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mn tmkJumo. withaot tf toramwiti i f oor oti;
cartlmf. lbt do nit o rea.lilr mtcritr hjr Uni
u&taata riojlBi. hiuU iWrBje tlie AotimiK.u.c
Jirtr, mf tlua Iht tlttWi wlndi'lur rwnll) UViu
j'Uc uiothir iUtri forrtatn purxu. Tha nnion(
(or lotitxr, lo Hln-lt litattJ.of Itir JacVioo patty and
AcUmM0l to elirtmtmWri of Conjrrtt, sod in Coo
cticut Jlowff, If toch kmJi f uoioni friars
UbJiocy tu i icfi(,l (lit fuUit Mtirtl, tf think it
treKwJU', iw!iMi!iSt inTli.Jto Miiergtn-
"To reul Aiti,a1nc Slat Convention in Pon
ijtr.oU, (mti Oi Pre 1'tin,) in opivtltion fJ J'fi
BO lo tht eiprcil vUihei aud reutobitrabecs from
lhir brethren io 4her itller, lit uvl oulf tinmtaaUJ
Uo, llamtoa for Pre.(Jeul,botl.se alio rwtlftJ that
it l intip'JiLl tu UM a ,NtHi)l Atitimatonie Con
v rntkm, Tfiii rtli e-urw, on the prl of our frifi.Ji in
IVnoiyUtnie, it fricght will" dutrurtlon to thr- Ultimo
tonic party national or;nitlon. We do not icr,
taJitJ.but it puti in end tu thtt orjanieation."
Tut Vtt I'reii mm, iu hii article, leemi injlipied So
upporl 0a. Ilaintoo, l all trtl.ti, in J pmti tome
high tocomiumi on Mr. Wcbiter. Th readen, centr
ally, of Iht Tret Prei, we thin., ara not decaivtd Iu
Iht ulterior objecti of the editor.
Or Tilt. Va.i Ucrcv Mttriso. l.tlJ hert Wit wttle
ptrhtpi isioi ofour rt Jen wjll expect Ui lo jive lome
ooount,nJ hence we ihtll enJetvr lo comply, tlllio'
rry briefly, from tttriJiiicircuniitoc.
Wo were not preteul when the mtetinsorginiiea..bul
from thoit nut in the tfler pert of the dty it wti ob
ttrrrJthatil wai well elUnJcJ i couU litve been
eipeetej from bJ trevcllio,;. It ei Jiificult, howeier,
lo determine Tery near Iho prcciie number of real cultar
men preteitt. There were probably ti many who hail uol
beta ntlarid ki htj, who merely came in at ipcclaturr,
d4 the whole number in Iho home might be 150.
JoffAt Cf.tNK Utr. appearej to pretule at the meet
in; tnJ Woleoll II.Keele'r,ufIieialeil a"ccretry Coni
mitttrt, it ppeareJ,htJ been appoiutcd to cut and dry
mttlrrt for the cceaiimi, wh, while we were prcietit
Firitty, about a dii'n reiolutiont were, introduced
(rather on the j!al iry.) and rrad.ar.d llicn read ugain.
and ptwed ntm rori. very few tayin; yea and no nay.
However, we think the rci&lulloni "every way wtrthy
iht pirtf which ajjpted them. Liudin; Andrew Jact
ion and Ail adiniuUtration, of cou rie, "right or wrong ;"
approving the Daltimure Convention and the nomiucci
lur I'reiident and Vice I'reiident of llio United Statci of
that convention, Van Iluren and Juhmoti; denouncing
the Bank nonter, and applauding the gold htmibug;
approving the I'retideul't cnurte in relation to Trance,
Ac ic. were amongtho topict euibrtced iu tlio rcio
lulloni. Another cominillee appoiulid forth purpoir-, report-
I favorably oa the iubjct of cittbluhing a preii in lhi
town to help "the party," and the office tetkcri, and
toenJeavor to periuade the unflinching Green Moun
tain boyi tn turn (ritri to their cnuie and country,
put oj the Dutch ttllar! und hurrah fir Van Iluren and
Johotouwheieaithev might at ue',1 expect, by ettab
llibiug a api, turn the mountain) thcmitliei l"ju-a-lurtj
On thii rebirt there watiome diviiion nf rectinicut.
Some thought it would b iuipractici)lo to at
tempt toeilablith a new preii htd better hoy one al
reajy citabliihnl, or leiveil with the printing commit
tee to detigntta between Hutltnd and Cmlleton, and
thui the report wei ultimately modifled aid adopted.
Mr. Sawyer, Mr. Kceler, (Woolcott II.) Gen. Waller
Mr. M. M. Strong, Mr. Drew ry, were the ipcukeri prin
cipally. Mr. Drewry, a Van Iluren printer, termed to
Miiderittnd better than tome other, about eitabliihing
a pre! i in thii county ; he hod once made an incfftctual
attempt to luilain one. Mr, Kecler told about being at
Montptlicr in dreadful itormy timet, alluded loold party
Jutinctijui, calleJ upon the "dcmucralic party'' tomui
lir their Arcti and revolutionize the itate laid it
wti the Ittt time be thoulJ addrttt (he party in Ver
mont, aod that he wai going to llie'weil. We did not
notice In the pathetic part of Mr, K.' remtrkt, whether
he "dropt a tear or two" or not. Gen. Waller remark
d upon the metultr, and iuiiited that it wai not deadior
never would be, illho it mijhl trpire .' Mr. Strang ap
pltuJtJ the Preildeot (and . doet every body die,)
for thecoune hehai takeu in relation to France.
When debiting abo-Jt railing money tneitabliih a preii,
rnte gentlentn rote wit), gi eat Zealand laid he would
give u-e dollar. Another grntleaitn, iu alluding to
buying out a prof, iak lie unJeritojd that all the Whig
preuri in the iltte were for talo. Tim may be ro, but
iv guru the little Dutch ptity In Vermont would have
to draw rrctty harjaplal'i:ir dipmltiiul ixlra aUw
encti to purcliaic them.
J How the meeting termintled, we have not parlieulir
ly learned. It ii preiumej, however, without toy great
jj-a war AinssAGi:::
A rumor wtt tet afloat in a New Vork penny piper
ofTued.y Utt. that the I'reiident received by the Syl
rU de graue aoit importtnl detpakhri frcm .Mrllnr
tco, our Chtrjed Afhiri at Parit; thtt a cabinet couq.
cjI haj been called at Wathingtou 5 .o.l that a tpeci.l
(War) Memg would be the remit. "Great excitement
wai beginning to prevail at Waihingtcn aod a colluiou
with Fren" nearly certain," jayt the paper aferttaiJ.
We have only to add, that the itcry ii without doubt a
1JT t.u 14,1,00 fr altering the Costtitutioo of
rawt dim 11 at Mentpelier to-morrow.
VOICB OF PENNSYLVANIA.
ornrirff, 17, IMS.
Mr. I'ouUon: Tl.e AnUbiaioiric Conrention
wtnt traroectateljr tlii morninr; into the noinlnt.
lion of c andidttei Tor tbe Prrtidenry. The namoi
of the delegate Here tilled, end it appeared Wil
ham H. Iltrriton, nf Ohio, had 60 volea; Darnel
Webettr. of Mtt.achuK.-tti, 20 ; IVanci Granger,
of New York, 3 ote. Tiie toto wi then ukt
ff a ciodidat for Vice Prealdent, when I'rtncu
Otmser, of New Voil, had 102 vote ; Wilhtm
A. Paltoe?, if Vermont, 7 j William SIoV, of
Vermont A llgb IM White S. WILLIAM II.
llAKKIriU.N ted FKANCIH UKANUCK rte,j;o mj tit at to offer to lodlhVtmmcy in the
ieitivelr nominated. Tio rccmticr for tub t hank f Inclod, er the Ilritiili Trtiwjr. The
(VuCirtionl dittrirt in tli Hate, were then p- American Cbarcc d'AfTaire bat not ret h(i town,
rweted ft committer to telectctndidatce, to be ' nor il lie until the let of December bat hit
i Wrtil en tle eJeeti.rtl tirkct uJ the ccmenltpn ewng ut tta;in, ltliiu(jhconnectrd wild the (pit-a-
i,iMi,Atfu4 fat llit. .. fl .. n . . I..ll.n. lt.dtM.A,t l, , rt .iff.kl inlt.i-n.. II in lit. i.iil..-,
cf ihe rommitiiH?.
When tho (Vimrntinn met at three o'clock, the
fuL-jvitng tlcctotal ticket we adopted ;
John Getf, 0 PhiUdelpliia.
AlcxstiiJcf'I'luu.incr, of Otmoitland.
1 I.wii I'ntmotc,
2 Charlet Watrti,
,3 Join. Gillinghtm,
4 William Johnion,
5 Jamn Paul,
0 Ilrnjtuin llirgle,
7 Jacob Weytnl,
8 W. C. Livingtlon,
9 David Grim,
10 John Io,
11 Charlct DkI.I.
2i Thome Camo,
13 LWM I'.vaix,
14 inutl Rugrr,.
15 Chetter HmUtf
16 Ner Miudluwarth,
17 liatc Meyeri,
10 Frrdrrick Gebharl,
10 llenj, A. Merchand,
10 Thomai llughtf,
31 John Krad,
23 Andrew llayne,
S3 Ptmiiel Orr,
'.'4 William S. Rankin,
A committee contitting of MerCox,Grovei
and Cochran, ivae then appointed to nddresi the
randidatt'B iiomiiiatod, ami rcjurat their acceptance
of the nomination. The convention then adopted
resolution', ami appointed a committed to draft an
addict tu tho people. The contention then ad
journed Wir riV.
W1110 Comvk.itio.1. Thii" convention this ccn
Ing adopted the nomination mado by tho Aiitima
tons, and the whole electoral ticket. So WIL
LIAM II. HARRISON and FRANCIS GRAN
GHR arc the Anti-Van Iluren candidates for tho
Pie&idency. "God und Mrm a xhriovr election."
SENATE Tiu'Miar, Dec. 24, 1805.
Mn. llunnAiin intruduccd the following resolu
Iluvlted, That the Committee on I'oiifiona bo
instructed to inquire into tho expediency of so
amendinjr the act of Congrcfl, npproved l''cb. 10:h,
1833, (which is is an net in ai'dition to !ho act for
the relief of certain aurrivinrr officers and soldiers
of tho Revolution, paused June 7th, 1832,) that nil
(r$W! entitled to pensions for any disabilities in
curred in tho wnr of tho rcvoliitiun, shall have a
right to claim and receive the eamo in addition to
any pcnioii or annuity to which they may ho enti
tled under any act of Congrcs fur "revolutionary
I)y Mr. IIr.,riiRitKS Racked, That tho Com
mittee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire in
to tho expediency of fixing by law tholimo of tho
commencement and close of every succeeding ses
sion of Congress.
Tho Sonata spent a short time on Executive
business, and then adjourned till Monday.
HOUSE Tiiursoat, Dec. 21.
Mr. Joh.n V. .Maso.t obtained the unanimous
content of tho Iioutclo consider tho motion and
refer the constitutional documents of Michigan to
After tho election of tho Rov. Thomas II.
Stockto Chaplain, the House adjourned over to
"We be,ic)ti we are warranted in aseertinjr,"
nay the Pan National, "that order li0 brr
lamed for fitiir.j out a naial force of fifteen tlnps,
which will bo under the couiiiiAtu) lif an Admiral
and two Hear Admirals ; and'ft.rtlier, that the llnd
gct for the Marine Department ,tn bo prccntcd at
the next ten in 11 U now prrparing upon the footing
of a war eitabluhrr.ent."
The opiuion of ths mcrohanta of Havre, as to
tho actual position of affairs between France and
(lie United States, is inferable from a single fact.
Several merchants hating aikfd tho luiurancc
Companies to iiamo a premium against war with
Amuiica, the ituurcri named tlirer per cent.
Between France and America, the Paris Tempi
thinks that a regular war will not lake place. The
two nations will never ho mad enough to compro
mise all their political ami commercial rotations.
The catiKe of Dun Carlo it now regarded at
Paris as no deplorable, that reports wore, it is tald,
circulated that he had made an otl'er to compromise
with tho fuceii's party, and had solicited Louii
Philip tu act as mediator.
The Lniierur of Russia is repotted to have
mado n barbarous speech (o tho dopulies of the
citizen of Wareavv who had ncmbletl to address
him on his visit to that capital. Hot Ii thn r'rrucli
and English papers are filled with indignation at
tho tone aesumvd by tho Czar, and a vvor Ulwce.i
Russia and France is represented ti bo by non ear.s
improbable. It is a tupic which excited as much
discussion in the French and English papers, as tho
Of the People of Teim, in Cencral Council
IITiereas, General Antonio Lopez do "Santa Anna,
and other military chieftains, have by furco uf
arms, overthrown tho federal institutions of
Mexico, and dissolved tho social compact which
existed between Texas and tho members of tho
Mexican confederacy : Now the good people of
iexas availing themselves of their nuturul
1st. That they have taken up arms in defence
of their rights and liberties, which were threaten
ed by the encroachment of military despots, and
in defence of the republican principles of the fed
eral constitution of Mexico of 182-1.
2d, Tint Texas is no longer morally or civilly
bound by tho compact of union ; yet stimulated
by the generosity and sympathy common to a free
people, they offer Ihcir support and assistance to
such of the members of the Mexican confederacy,
as win iaKo tip arms against military despotism.
3. That they do not acknowledge that thu pres
ent authorities of the nominal Mexican republic
hivo the right to govern within thu limits of
4th. Tlii they will not ccaso to carry on war
against the caid authorities whilst their troups Hre
vvithin tho limits of Texas.
5th. That they hold U to bo their right during
the disorganization of tile federal eyatein, and the
reign of.lospritim, lo withdraw from the union,
to cstablUh an independent government, or to
adopt such nifcnsurcs as they may deem beU calcu
lated to protect their rights and liberties ; but that
they will continue faithful to tho Mexican govern
ment, so long that nation is governed by the
constitution mid laws that were formed for the gov
ernment of the political association.
6th. That Texas is restionsiblu for the
Congiiers. In llio Senate on Monday
Mr Crittenden, in behalf of Mr Ciny, gave
notice tliatlio designed to ask leave to intro
duce his bill for thu distribution of the
avails of the public lands, on the preceding
day. Mr Wright presented a petition from
one hundred and twenty citizens of Nuvv
York, rnlntimr tn 1 1 1 r Into fln !i flmi ..W,
and pravinc for relief. Mr Webster inni ufi,(;r a"WC6 now i,, ,hc ,icl''-
scd a wish that it might be printed with all ! J.' V't' "IT, P!', 'C ,1 "( Te is, ,,e,,r1
possible despatch, and expressed the opin-1 t Ji? V J y debts contracted by her
ion mat one 01 tno moucs 01 rcliel sugges
ted by tho petitioners, viz : such an invest
ment of the surplus revenues at Now York,
as would be advantageous to the commer
cial community, would be the most ready,
plain and cfl'octnnl. It was understood
thtit some millions were lying in one of the i "eaui1 "ho-uld wa prove guilty of duplicity
ucpositc banks in Wcw York, locked up ' lucre luttow the signatures.
from all public use. He thought that those tT1',is W8!i l,uuli'llcJ a' Son Felipe on the 7th ult-
funds ought to be so disposed of, that they I l'd' U,l
might be the basis of a discount to meet tho ;
new created wants of the merchants. The "EVIL TIMES."
memorial was referred lo the committee on Verily "ao have fallen upon evil times." Per
Finance, 5nl is no longer to be looked fur iu the
Mr Calhoun gave notice that he should l'rolcclion ofour laws, a man is tutjietleJ of
on the following day, ask leave to introduce ,ia!nS 00110 something without court or jury is
a bill to regulate the depositcs of the nub- , 10 RU,ner tuy P0""" w,,id' an Murium
lie money of the United States ; and a bill ' ',y 'Zl !i fi e ,e,,r" f:m"."'c llBt Su Uuis
in relation to the mail, and for other pu 1 ?, , crvtr ",at u, .Kov- f
poses ' r OU,Cr "ur I ll,at P'pcr, in putting up a box of llibles, to send
I tt,... m . . 1 1 ' 10 ,cir(;ron cy. ''ad ud some newspaper, and
,n r t , SC ,f UcPrc8C'lta.t,vcs Hie dc- , among then, was found a number of the Eu anci
bate was resumed on the motion to refer to p.tor, when the box was opened. Tho new. waw
toinmittccs the Menage of the President , forthwith convoyed to St. Loui. and f,.r this ,U),.
the btatcJConstitution and other documents . l"ed ofTetict, Mr, Lavcjoy, it is said, would have
from the Convention of Michigan, held for , bi;c" nught to the tar barrel or whipping post,
niu purpose 01 lormtrg n fttate Uovernment. "ou "Ul aoc"co irom tno city saved htm from the
The Speaker stated the question to be first, i,0Pular fur)'' Lovejoy has addressed himself
on the motion to refer the sub ject to tho 1 ,u l"'i'",;low citizens in that firm, candid and Chris -
8tb. That she will reward by donations iu land
all who volunteer their services in her present
struggle and receive them as citizens.
Thete dteluratiom wo solemnly avow to the
world, and cail God to witness their truth and sin
cerity, and invoke defeat and disgrace upon our
a rigtit to discus under that constitution, tho . miena lltfCmlilA tll ! Ivt-ur.
rompmthn merit tf dramitlam and libcrt) t J '"rl,l 1 ! fw rry fliw aVn at amt 3U9h
And ir he Iu. HuenCQ and force of argument ' ,.V,30J l3J'.0ttJ W airUr.itl.i
autnclert, may 'C not peroado ua all locfi.xrrUin I Jji').Vt'-,-The !rttr a.V,l aM,t !U t,.
ourhiti'l It bnt Dila t)fO camo lo lbl ntr j iahcmi furmrar Mct nM nacf !. rrtvitrdt about
ami i nnuv vv rigui nuiowca ruin, oirnir prjciaim-i w 'mi .m wi '". o, j ivi 0.1.
Ing that tlie ttutMtiou of marrugc vaa a curie 1
thu community, ,ii'l ought to bo ab.iluhi'J.
wns utiiljubtedly an abominable duclrim.', d one, lot of bwutifol WrtlM warn tU ( abm t 75 csclu
ylvte aUonotiCfJtVfuW.ulitul Cw(t WtUifi UM0 at
ti V-Tha lil(th piirrt'btaltiMt ht lti f oalln, ll,
. ' liirr to rrriYlqwirlr uln r (toot snlwar; al III,
, 13. r,J tail t-lll )0.ltitM M IU 6.1, tftl kkJtUa 1 k
no ltl mil tl an htlffrltl hm lAI In
(out 33 4 1 Witi I 70 wen ritmlt.l. i.vCr
Sow 1 and 0 for Hariuwr,
which, if acted Cut. tvuuld spcrdilv rodnca curHr
to the If vol of barbarum and tho brutes 5 yet who! 'P.?01'1
tliouplit of driving Mr. Owen and h s dmciplo the ' ci Taboi
peritct rigiit 01 arontog such doctrines, or 01
mobbin? him fortho cxrrcue ofthatrirl.il And
iel, inot nurrly, tho institutions ot slavery ate tn , TKMPWIANCK SOCIHTV.
more iiitcrwoveii with the structure of out rocii, A int'cting of the Iltttlntid Tcinpcrnnco
than thou; of marriage. ( Society will bo held nt the Courthouse, on
Seu the danger, and tho natural and iuuvJtable Thurdny evening of thin week.
uult to which tho first step hero will lead. To J An addrcfii before tlio Society, will bo do-
J... . ...ll.IlM t.1A(t..M .I..I. . .1.. .I..II ..A. I!...- I 1 . .1 . ...
y . .UU imv.iuj; uvviann mac vuii piinn uui , jivereti oj' tiie ticv. i.. i Tilltlcn.
uncus uic suujcci 01 slavery 111 any ot its bear-:
lugs, civil or religion. Right or wrong the pre '
intut bo ulcnt. To-morrow atinther meeting do-' MAiThiI.'I),
claros that it is against the peace uf society, that l l),t,v mwn.l.lp, Madlsnn c. only, Olno, by
the principles of popery ahall bo diM Ued, ar.d the j R,v. Jeremiah Couvirrr, aged 87 years end 5 fort
edict goes forth to muzzle the press. The next .lay , 1 i,lchc. high, to Mm Thair.!! MeClotid. aged III
it, is In a similar way declared that not a wotd must ! jcatK, and 0 1-3 feet iu stature. The happv
bo said against distilleries, dram hops and drunk- , bridegroom W said to be a wealthy merchant, and
eniiess. And so on, to the end of tho i hipter. ' the bridn an urnban ,-Srl.
1 no irom is, my iiiiiow r111zcus.il you givegiounil
a Miiglu inch, there is no atopping place. 1 deem
it, therefore, my duty to lake my stand upon the j
constitution. Hero 11 firm ground 1 feol it to be
II. (ii.i'.Kn Hi-errUry.
Al Kurt JucIison N. Y. Oct. -!7th mi beard cn
ual boatdennessco, Mr Tlmnias MaUihooi1, of
isiirntoga, lo Mrs. a widow lady from Ohio.
Allen, Mrs. John
Harncs, Win. jr.
such. And I do most respectfully, yet decidedly
declare to you my fixed determination to maintain
this giouiiil. Wo havu alavcs, il is true, but Jam
not one. I am a citizou of these United States, a
citizen of Missouri, free born j and having novor
forfaited tho inestimable privileges attached to
such a condition, I cannot consent to surrender
them. D.it while I maintain them, I hopo to do it
with nil that meekness and humility that becomes
a Christian, and especially a Christian minuter.
I am ready, not lo fight, but to suffer, and if need
be, to die for them. Kindred blood to thai which
flows in my veins, flowed frroly to wator the tree
of Christian liberty, planted by tho puritans on the
rugged soil of New England. It flovvod as freely
on tho plains of Lexington, the heights of Hunker
Hill, and fields of Saratoga. And freely too, shall
initio How, yea, us (rcely as if It wore so much wa
ter, ere 1 surrender my right lo plead thu causo of
truth and righteousness before my fellow citiens,
ami in the face of all their opposere
i-viiow citizens, wiiero arc v r, Mm in wnai ago ; , t ....;
.,P .1 1.t Kvnl r ti, 1,.,,! ri ":"efc Xj ll'"'s
freedom or despotism? Is it tho ninth or nine
teenth century T llavo the principles of fatter
de Cachet, drivon from Europo, crossed the Atlnntie,
and tulicu up their abode iu Missmir.l Lewis
XIV sent men lo the Ilastilo on siisploum ; we,
more humane, do but whip them lo dcalh, or near
ly so. But theso things chiiuoI last long. A fuw
may he mado thu innocent victims of luwlcss vio
lence, yet be assured there is a moral seme in the
Christendom nf tho niuntrcnth century that uiSI
not long endure such odious t transaction. A trc
incntiiiiiB rL-nction will take plaro. And rciueiiiler,
I pray you, that as Phularis wa6 the fitst man roast
cd in the brazen bull he had ennjtructi'd for the ty
rant of Sicily, so the inventor of the guillotine
was by no moans tho bbt, whose neck had practical
experience of the keenness of its edge.
I do, therefore, as an Amciican citizen, and
Christian patriot, and iu the name uf Liberty, und
Liw, and Rklioio.-i. columnly ru itet against all
these attempts, however or by whomsoever made,
lo frown down the hborly uf tho press and forbid
tho frco expression of opinion. Under a deop
60110 of my obligations lo my country, tho Church
and my God, I declaro it to bo my fixed purpose lo
submit to no such dictation, .'fad 1 am prrpured Iu
tioiac ihc coniequrnec)
constitution and law ot my country j if limy fail
to protect mo, I Ai-niAt. to Gun, and with him I
chccrfullv red in v cause.
I'liu lady came on board at ttulTalu and the gnntlii-
manual Jurdnn strangcru to each other. After
long courldiip of 1 l!l mile, li"y proceeded to tin
the unptiil knot a mngistiatu tt Fort Jackson otll-elating.
I) IK I),
In tliii lnwn jrMtriUy iiioinini Mr Abnar MiK'ii, cpit
uboul 69. Mo ImJ a pnrnlylic lit abiut .1 11II11 mien
ami bail broil liflpb'u n'cr liuco. Aimtlioi thi,ck nijlil
before In,! lariinl linn If.
LIST OF J.ETTEUS
litmuiniiij; in the l osl Office al HntlimJ, tl. J.in-a,y-id,
Orcntt, Stephen 2
Pinker, Jonathan I'.
Powers. Isabel L. -Packard,
Ensign Milton Pot
ter, Conn. Cont.
Line Army of Re
Holins. Mi km l.tir.v
Choll'ee, Miss Salontt Kisdcii, Isaac i!
Conant, C. W. iV. Lieut. Joscpli Iltiu-
Blaucliard, Mrs. C,
Hrotighton, A. W.
Hishoji, II. A. eti.
ltaruus, Caleb II. or
Ulake vtCo. Win. H.
Chencv, JamcK K.
Drako, Theodore II.
(If) I fll1a-
, .I .... :-'i '! u i Iircnch, Lcvitis
drill, Conn. Cont.
Lino Army of Ke
volution Lieut. Jonas Rico,
N. Y. Cont. Lino
army of Revolu
tion Lieut. Chas. Rogcin,
R- Ifilaud Cont.
Lino Army of Re
volution S '
Smith, Chaw. R.
Committee on Territories; second to refer "mot fail to command respect. 1
it to thc.Committce on the Judiciary, and ",c"tract CMomng from his nddres. : 1
last, to refer it to a Select Committee: ! ror0 VZ ? t Wy ,l,,inR 1
Afir-r .l,.l,r,io m.: proper. Whether, therefore, ho has the mora
I'rim the Si Leuit (.Viitouri) Republican.
A MODERN DEMOCRAT I
Wo have learnt on uiKpiestionablo authority,
that the Messrs. Knowles and Thayer of Amhertt,
Mass., are const ructing a magnificent carriage fur
Col. Thomas II. Iicnton t-enntor in Congress from
this Mate. It is to be delivered lo him nt Wash
ington, and will bo equal to any uf the beautiful
carriages tho calerprising mnntificturcrs have
made. In an ordinary case we should not have no
ticed to trivial a circumstance, but connected as
this is, with a man in whom many of wr TitizopK
have much interest, wc deem it our duty to put
them in posscKHion of thu fact. The Col. vva, at
toast, prudent iu not contracting for the vehicle on
this hide nf the Missindppl
This demagogue during nil his life has had
democracy' upon hi lips, and has hoodwinked the
pour man into a belieflhat ho it his especial friend,
while he had nut refrained, in any instance, from
pulling his hand into tho pocket of tho industrious
farmer, or tho wealthy merchant, and even taken
from tho widow her support, while ho is an ac
knowledged defaulter tu tho government, and in
deblcd to many of his coiiMituentb he nevcrtho
less contrives to piirchaco spledid carnogei', In ,
Van Iluren, in which he may roll along I'cnniylva-1
nia Avenue exciting the wonder, and perhaps tho
admiration of tho dav !
' Freeman, Miss S. C. Shaw. John
, I'rcnch, Maynard Stone, Asu M.
Gilden, Rev. L. T,
Flowes, William J.
, Houghton, George
, Howes, Charles
Johnson, Rev. L.
Leonard, Thomas F.
Mayor of the town
Snow, Mrs. Maty
Whitcomb, Mrs. Su
sail Webb, Isaac C.
Cont. Lino Army
I-'arniim, James M.
A ftftr At.nin (tin ... n I .. .
....... wuutu, mi; II1IMIUI13 IUU bUiUCl C(HT1- 1 I: ... .u .
mittee, and to the Committee on Territories, 1." lZZ .Zrl
" -.uiiiiu. xc.is wneincr no lias Ibe norr. Hie Duliiiral rihi m ,li.
A'nvs 77 .... "I"" "
. ... buaa ii, ur uoi. rtuu mis is a
Trialfor xaurder. Mrs, Peake, of Randolph,
charged with tho crime of administering urteuic to
a number of persons in her family, last summer,
was tried fur llio sumo at Chulica, last week, and
found guilty. CouiiMil for Iho State. Messrs.
Weston k llcbard nf Randolph for prisoner,
rt..i , ,, ,. .(,. ! .
.iictitr. uimaiii ami in ui .uouipeili'r.
HAS ju.t r.'ccived Stanley", Uotary Cooking
and Parlor Stove all sizi., which will bo
sold at the lowest Cah pneo, also 000 llu. South.
crnTannad Solo Leather, a largo smorlmcni Rock
Millings and Mocca,in, Troy Super foe Flour,
Lard, Lalt, tie. lie. winch uill bo rvld very low
for Caih or Citd tt,
Jan. -fill 1830.
,nr.. .. ,.r 1 cn. Unli&iii mill I'i k or V unlw n.r lj. . .'J1..V UJi .
I'hc rulo was suspended in favor of a re- I fact. Iu Ituia in Turkev. in Aim.., . . I understand that hc was tenicnced tn b. h..n ii... ' W H'lREAS the Lerfislaturc of Ilia Ktaln nf
consideration of the vote referring the sub- j ln Prance, this right most certainly does not exiat. of Pebruary next. '. Cor. " T Vi-nnont t their lemion at MeUiJtlKr in
jeetofthe disputed boundary of Ohio and 1,ul iM il exitl Misiippil Wo decide this' , the year 1 933, ancased a tax of four cents per
W. -1 . "i . . . .... I k.. . . . r, J . I .... . . . . , . arte in kit it, l.. I. .... i li , .. ' .
iii:iiigu(i ion sciccicominiliec. 1 Ho voto p1"-"'""' ') lu'"i"g io inegconuitution of the j rmii it uiuir, un r rluay nigljt, llio lf.li tpiauc iugs ciropieo) in
was reconsidcrcd.and the subject was refer- I u,e Tn0 10th cc'""iMt.il3th uf tlw consti-1 '' building in Albany, K. Y. formerly known . " Mendon, In iho county nf Rutland, in
rea to the committee on the judiciary, and ; "iippi rcaos ursm,
the House adjourned.
as the Connecticut t'oflto Houie . and au adiuiiiin,' "J. talc r"r l" n of makina and rcnairin
That the Jree comroumcatToii of thouchts and ! tore. -ntirely commued. The iifurtuer vva . r, SDlJ uni'i'ing bridgee. Thne are to warn
opimoiis la one of the invaluable rieht of man. t owned bv Smith Wed, and I be latter by Prnci . r'P'Kl1" nd lnd
i.i . . ....- . - n ... . ah ...
rranco have brouahi
pipers to th evening of Salurdsr. N'or. tlt
TIkj Indon Morung Herald of Nov. lOih, con
tains a letter from it correspondent at Pain, which
ys ; ''The American question U, I may aver, in
tram of tatttfirlory adjuatmeot. The llouib
GoierbUicnt hsa orlercd it mediaiioa bciween
Prance sod tbo t'nited State. It bi been ac
ceptd J 'be Cl.titt of the Totlenei, which cvtn
OUners tlf lr4 nrn i.l
j'Mendon, wli have cot paid iheir orooortioa of
said tax in labor or otherwise, Jo the cormaatta
ocAo. The PHoJ to supfnntenj tho rjnenJiture of tho
Here, tben, I find my warraot for usinir. as Paul ' Savannah (Jo.irgiun ay, that Col. James C. Ter- ; . ' r 10 ,uu '"baenbor, that inueli of their
I fttlU lliSt Overt liirinn tntv frtnw a...,!- I I MrnAtt4n,A whn u r ntiiriuf
IOSTiCRMT. j print on ANV SUIUECT being responnble for
liroT.ST raow I !.k. Alr,..u rrom r-n. . the abueo of that hbertv. I
iohu .iiu fUlivv na.c uiii'2Hl Iotidnn anil Pane
did, all freedom of speech. If J abuo tutt light,
I freely acknowledge myaoif amenabia to the
laws. But it ii an that tho riirLt la hold tlavec first int. Iiu diaeato was couiumnlioa.
is cootitulionl one, and therefore not to be csl- - ----- -
Jed m ijuestioii. I admit the prcmiie, but deny CflaUtOlt IHai'titt Mo.irur.Dw. 23, 1B3.1.
i he coucluiiun To put a i-trong cafce by way of ' (ltp riJ lh Daily AJveriinrauJ jvinut )
u.ut'raiiori. Th cioititotmn dec'are that Ibis ' At narkt,ieact' Cattle in Mmi, 3j blieap.
shall te a (trptuai rp ub ic but
OT CI' I
rell, elected Ual year a member of Congress from . "I1 4t I'ubl'0 vendoe, art tho duelling
that alate, died at Cerneraville, on tlm night uf the ' " , 01 twd Muy, io laid lown of Mendon,
.u uw tonniy or ituusno, ou llio rh eUj of March
lao at 0 o'clocli m the forenoon, a i b
r.Hjuis:te lo difcchirge their rr-sj-cUi Ue wilii
to I If.
Dicl l MnJri thu I5;a i.y uf Daendcr
A- I' l3r
2 P :V Ii 'JiEJO; ' CJs ' r
A' un' .tOEwise bt iirea Lcf.ie a'