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... T R T L A N"D II E II A l P
ft'rnlin Letter FoHmtry.
HP I IK reduced cot of tho nntcnal Msed
( MtmruuiiiAn nf minims trfrcs, '
wh! the iiBproicincnU nod incrca.rd facili- j quett'd to Ihe follow lnj valuable nod high
ttefcfUn them, haic induced the sub- U approved seties of School Buck t, vir :
rtihert to mlont the foilowinc l"t of
Pict : Al u tnontln ctctlit, for appro
vd pper ; ox at t tliM-.ounl of fnc cr cent
Mtri4itn tbi H f!tl a Ufcr, f 0
DonliW Orrtt I'lmtr,
Ivd Dd otioUtlnnt,
Otltcr kind ( of type rctlucctl in proportion
01I typ rcccitcd in exchange atJ ctnl
r potimJ. ,
'Flic ntylc of their largo nnil mall letter is
mwlem, and of the mt elegant kind. The !
metal will IKS lounti to uc very nam unu u
f Hunk nnil Joli letters. !-o tlinl
they are prepared to txecnte orucrs tor en
i "tin nffir.. nf mli noivaiinner or hook lirillt
ing on short notice. They nrc thnnkltil for
the patronage they have received, nnd will
be happy to rvcvno the order of printers
which will receive prompt attention.
Merchants and others, who have order
abroad will be supplied not only with type,
but with presses, chases, composing sticks,
nnd everything necessary for a printing es
tablishment, and put up with care and ac
curacy. Printers nrc requested to publish this ad
vertisement a few times in their papers and
receive in payment $2, or in the settlement
of their accounts.
A. W. KINSLEY it CO.
Albany, March 8, 1835. 52
AT CIIII'.MAN'S POINT, Obwell, Vt.
T"THE subscriber is now opening a very large
JL and general sssoilment of GOODS, at the
new Brick Store, few rods north of V. Chip
man A: Co'a Slone Store, which he offers for sale
for cash, all kinds of country produce, or on ap
proved credit. Having purchased the mott of
his goods at auction and by the package, ami bu
inc situated on the lkc hore where he is at a
..!: 1 I.!. f3l. rr,,o,
rJu ,nf,.i.J . t .. il.m l,e
n..im I... I l n.,l...
WIMKII UUUUl IUH,WI lUlltl lll.l. ..lilM...
in the State. He would Invite bis friends and
the public generally Io call and sec
C for litem-
selves. Storing and forwarding prom
ded to, and done on Ihc lowest terms,
The highest price paid for Shccpa
Orwell, Oct. 19, 1835
Third and last Call;
E7-.V mis lr.ir.a
ALL persons indebted to the subscriber for
Meat, Tallow, &c. must make immediate
payment And unless due and immediate a t
lention fa paid to this request, he will positively
Icore his accounts where the delinquents will
have to pay cost.
Rullaud, Dec. 21, 1S35. 52
ffi AME into the enclosure of Uie lubsetiber about tha
13th of November lait a Urje black Morse, suiui.
txj a be about twelr je.rt id J, with tome marks about
him which the owner can describe. The owner is tir
by drilled to call, prose hit property, pty charges and
tike hi m away.
SIMEON CLARK, Jr.
BhtrWoe. Nth Dec 1B5S.
(rnllK rnetl rtlu.ble remedy diecorcred for Couy.i,
VL CU$, Centumplivni, .litkmt. Spitting ef biutd,
Jlwfing ttugh. and pulmtnaty affttin o mry linif,
RecimBeodeAl by many physicians and gectlernen of
tha first rftpctabilitr. Thirty cirtficalet, detailtngthe
ptrticuUrs of rrmarkabla cures, may be examined on
the wrapper to each bottle. i'nee fifty cents per
COVXrr.nFKlTS! BKirjIHE or IMPOSITION.
Each genuine bottle it enclosed in a blue wrapper, on
whieh it a yellow label sifne-J Paxrton Hsini. None
ether can be genuine.
XT The great celebrity of the (7rnuine I'tstlalU I'ul
ternary '(Intra hat been the cause of attempts to Intro
dace spurious aitscles. which by partially assumiog the
bibs oflhe genuine are calculated to mislead and dec-else
the public Amenglhesa mixtures ure tha".roer.
(can retmuoary tlaliam," "Vegrtable rutmaaarr I)a.
tatnle 8f rup," and others, rurchsters should iwiuire
far the trtu a it arte by its vAafe I tine, the
VEOUTAHLE I'ULMO.NAltY UALSAM,
and ms that it has the marks and the lipuiturt of the
f ermine, Kach loltle aoj teal is stasied t'rgtlaiU
rsawHij isueeas. 21'ly
rf sale In UuUatsd by DANIELS & HELL.
THE urxierir;DJ, h,nB this dat, entered in
to x eopitniship, aa Attor'rte)'s alLaw,
unitr the firm or
Clark Ac Harrington,
ta-ouM tnot tetpMtfully guo ootic to the) public,
that oy buaineea, Intrusted to their charge, will be
ftilbfulty and promptly attended Io.
JON A 8 CLARK,
u, iiAiuiiaoruK, I
SfMlttoun, AW. 11, 1635. 47 '
sTV It i tll,aa,a.aa.a A
for for axit si the- RutUnd RooV-ator.
bj ihe Dojn or tingle.
nriVTI.n ... , -
A A. I s.Il st tius Osc tfiimeJiUclv. xjj An-
prank to th, PRINTING Kt'BlNESH J
C. lOVini: nrifWIIIKrClllCIll III UlOir com- ,.xr ,j ht umo iny arr cigui ur inn jc-r. 111 .Sri
. Koi accurncy turn litlll I, UIO ljrC .tf.fV.V .T,Vr.- IUr. C,ru, Mn. '
Rtt at tlicir louniiry nrc warrnntca cquni to i TJ ;,;Nriuu ci.A9S HOOK.-Tl.e princ.p.l
nv whalcvcr. Thcv lmc on linntl an us-, ,
Dm w- ik. eil of tlic ntliin which lmr
- - - I S... It ! I I ! I I I -I M ... M m W
HyTbe mientioo of Teachers, School Com.
mittrr, nnd ol til others interested in ihc im-
.ri.m utitrri f education Iti Common hliools,
J I Catl-wi f.r dnhlin. - lifts tittle bk r
eflb.isu.it wikim" l-ipieneiitt In thft branch of ,
education, that hti hitherto bu rewrtWd In ur,
,U,C..l." (Annals (,f Uuealioa. I
A wntsr io th" ClirwUin Regisler. ill a txiUo of ! ,
w.ik rts'rki fH I " That excellent lull wmkv
tfcr trtl lethal,. f lh l ,h E.liab language."'
THR IMPROVED RE.0ER. in regard to thit l.l
tl toJuOf, ll.mk lht it Jenrrtt le-rcmineuJatlo- J
as a highly v.laabl aunlli.ry In n altsntive partial 1
ot loiliuet-r'. "til c;ul(J to (.filiate Ilia labor id",
te.rl.iur. 0,1 to tn;,lS "l'l " Mt" ' "m',,'j
tha trpgrita J"1"' children. It l compiled In
great measure, upou a new n'.eo, hating tb excellent
Js.t.tag M t-irtiUiPg Iwtti le.tuer iuJ pupil ki
inoTttl trrf ul lh minJ. tlno it rrquiml in
.... .v. r..r rrtJui'. It ii ttie intialucliuti kicl uiv
of k 1V tliij.wliifh t to nJ tho lh UcJ
of ult.m.tim teibrt tuJ ptij.il."
I -m hnjipr lotjprtti xnj pprultioa ol Ilia lm.
JiuUxu Hf . S. M. Worceittr, Uto I'toftHor uf Rhc
tone in Atulititl Coilrgt.
In tcfinl In tl loiprorrJ llfiJf r, I knoMr of no pub
ti..n t.i woll ilpttl lu tlie Se for wli'di l Je-
.l ninlJtrn. who tlull UiH-cnllr HijJy Uilt mno-
I, ill prut-lr iuire t.ltrr Uoi. Utl;c uf Ungu
nmirJKl it. ci't in nmJ)ltion lotho capacitici
( , , M (l9 , Mr ir,tVtaM rrimry
tchwli." (1'rofnn.r llilcl.rock of Amhtnt Collrgc.J
u'"r tlto lnwir cl in rommno tilionli, wo hare
ron nultnnr niual to the Central CUi- Hook. Wc ail-
ru all to whom Iho kIccII.mi of bitoki it comuiitleil,
to gire it au txaunnation. V vrmuut Chronicle,
QfrTUc above are but a ipecimon of the re
commcndaiioiu that have been rrceivi-d relo
live to these books, as individually considered
i r m
The following reference to the whole as a series.
Extract from the statement of a gentleman of
Philadclnhia. made cit the I encliers' Convtn
lion in Andover. " 1 have long since attended
Hie examination of a School in i'hiladclphia, in Xfliich
th t'raukhu I'riaici linproicd UeaJcr and General
Cltii-I1kjU Ii.hI hern inlriolucrtl, ami I a attomihnl
t llio great ehnnje which hail been fleeted, nut only io
,1. m.tinf. f.f rftiilin lull nlin 111 lllft illtrrftl vlii(!ll
Ilia liumli luanifnt in tluir lritom. They eio cx
' aniioeJ throuzli a lery Ur'e liurlion of tho hooks, nnil
inch prumpliluile anJ tlrcp inter, l 1 have lelJom ircn
cihibitoJ i.i aoy Kliooi." Line icunnnny oi a genue.
man Ironi New Yurk, who wnt acnuainlril wilu the ef'
fm:t cf the huokt in a iclioul iu that city, iratofthc
From Joln Campbell, Esq. of Montreal
Canada " 1 have examined these books with
comiilerable tllrntion. nnJ coniider them admira
bly adapted to the instruction of youth."
From a Female Teacher in the Slnte of
Massachusetts. " I have no books so ndrnirub-
sr adapted to tt B H' V" ,!"".kl,i," v''
ImprnicJ Header, and (jcneral Clan-lW.
' These books havo also received the approval
of a convention of mure than two hundred ladietand
genllemeii, leaehen and other frii-nds of education ;
ihev ars at.ii rreomineiided br tho Hevue Ennvclo'ie-
jjque, one of the oblcit icieutillo journali nf Europe,
and aim, by the Xorlh Ameiirn llcuew. They have
! aim dten favorably noticed hy mauy of the most dn-
, . "T
linuiinca proiciiart ana lucccitiuu n tuiui iu ,,tn-
Tho foltowiti); article hns appeared i.i several
ixews-papers ; it is given as n lurlher illustra
lion of Ihc met it of the books in question.
lurr.ns.ariNfi Tact. We deem Iho following re
marks worthy of the particular notico of the friends of
: cilucatii.il in common schools, as it goes to show most
roncluritcly, lhal tho method of leaching the English
I align ape and acquiring the first elements ul n lilcr.i ry
c-diiratu n. as adapted and iiursued in tho Hooks in nucs-
tion, is founded upon correct principle;, viz. the I'lnlo
tuphy of Ilia Mind.
A Frenchman recently arrived iu this country, acd
pursuing his tludiet with, gentleman in a town i.c.ir
Hostoo, for the purpose of acquiring the Ku-'lish an
age, having heard of the seiies of School HooUt known
by the narao of the I ranklm Primer, Iho Impruved
Reader and the Central Cl5sHook, procured them,
and stated that he derived more benefit from the uso of
them inlerrninglhc Knghsh lan-uagn, than from all the
SpclPug bonks. Grammars, and Lexicons, pill together,
I lit is a high tribute to tho txcclltnct ol Ihtts bH.ki
and what we hare not heard suid uf any other set ol
elementary b.ntj of our language. A fact like this it
worth a thousand recommendations, acd deserves to be
recorded and hnd in temembiance,
Ki.r tale at the Rutland Hook -store by W, FAY.
T ROKE into the enclosure of iho stibsctiber
JL9 on or about tlru 12th daj of November,
THREE YOUNG HOUSES, of the following
descriptions : -One brown mare with w hite hind
feet, shod all round; One bay mare, thud before
anil some while in her lace ; and one bay horse
villi a white stripe in ihe forehead and shod nil
round. Tho owner is rrqtieated to prove prop
erty, pay charges and take ibem away.
Ira, Not. IS, 1S35. .jo
BANK or BURLINGTON"
"jVI OT1CE is hereby given lo the Slockhold
X ers of the Hank of IJurling'on, that on
each share of the capital stock of raid Hank
eight doll.irs is to bo paid in, on the fourth d.iv
of January next : and that a fouith tilvmpnl nf
. cie.ui uouars on eacn snare is to lie made on
the 4th day of April next, at llieir banking house
Ry order of the Directors,
H. G. COLE, Cash'r.
November G, 1635. dw
npilK subcribr.r, once more, comes befuie
J- Ihe public and ofPrs for sale al Ida old shop
in the East village of Rutland, a UrtU ihe best
Mioilmentof HATS that he his ha.l
a - ' """
years : consisting of
aps and Felts
Bt ,olv a8 can De
putthijed in the country, for cash or produce
and those who want reasonable credit can have
it. Now be has only .o desire that those who
aiit to buy, will call before thev buv eUrwhere
iiniennn tiMmii.i ..ii ..ii s . ,
fDd. Lc ,hi,lk, ,1't he cu eouvincc them tha!
do tjs staled truly. .
fscii ... I
PING FURS 6 ORFt rnZv
Sixth Yrnr eflkc
PHIL A UI'I.IMIIA MONTHLY MAOA7.INK
or hi kratuiu:. rAUinoNS, ani
UtEtADVanOOKrwMlU pnWlcMlen In Ih
I, I to latrodure aad pen! a iati ir wwinr.i.
i i-r ril'TIII! PASIIION8, and lit anherttl popu-
Itritt .hKh ll. U oUalaed, l! 'a ortle t.u
Ufu tS rtly etnUlh.hmeBli.tllWgli thejpppareil ete.
Ij qnrt only, t BBptfrdetilel nd anr sampled. rl,e
Mohttier, emiwUtatJ by hit Inajeiperlrtice, and ll.e to").
ee. bifh h "r.Ml l.ufofiner effolta Io tipaalitc hit
l i.i.n. i,l. ,k mmiitii vDlume to Introduce aller
n.leU rteir ntl.er monlh, In Iho eoHrre ontie f, 8lA ,
si'i'tMiii) ri.ATi:s or Tin: imhuions. rfui'r.Hit. ;
I.V i;01.0KU). Tl,e .agritlrji will be topied Ironi ory
lotl!eSn, prepared eipienl) for tint pnrpote i theirbj
rurnhlilfif the putuh. i.l ll.e Kiua tunvs, ru inn......
Infi.imttlon ol the lilnt acd m..t approted atylei for liniea
dreift, they (bine nut. Tliitairaojcment will outeilal. i
I. ..tnre ll.e vilue nJ bniulr of hit work, and allliouah
ll will add conxiertbli to the nnWiiher'a huaty cnjlltji ho .
limit wilh rvnMebcs Io ll.e hbenhiy ofa di.cernlnc pub- i
and nniolaun, efforl. to keep p with tie rap.d nroiren f
ofllio Imprnreii.enti of lie sje Tre following it Iheoider
which will lie adnpted lut Ihe l.meiiisi.menii oi sue i.auj
I'.ooV for 1036, Tit .
I'll DVAILINO 1'ASU IONS,
U'ilh the June sml llerember riumUert will be fntnlalied
tlelr ENGRAVED TITLE P.iaKH.aod a general
Table of Content, for each Volume.
A V A II I l!TY OF
lto.,.l. eterv number will be enriched with a Plate from
il.. pmiTllA! V (iAI.I.KUV.ciinlainins the l.ikcnertei of
twodislingulslied iiiuisiiluilt. In ailditionlo which, othtr
and rart'out 'ngrnrinjci will bo regularly added with two
pjges of popular MUtl?. .
The publisher haa al present in ll.e lianda of an excellent
artist a slid j'.ngraviiiwliich will contain a likeness of all
the pif sent reigning (lucent of Kuropo, which will be given
at an eitra in the January No. .
To meet the to cspcnane engagement!, it it absolutely no
cnaary that remittances tlmufd be promptly made, At the
end oflhe last til months, nearly six hundred names were
erased frnm our list, in consequenco of Ita appearing from
the books thai each owed two yeart tubecriptlon. Many
har sinco paid, nd some had previously stilled with agents.
Tlicic and other grrvinus inconveniences a publisher hat lo
encounter, which should, as far as tho Agent is concerned,
ho remedied by hia rendering an account of all the sums that
he hat rcceised, al lc ist once in cveiy tit months. Subscri
bers become snnojed when their nainee are erased for delin
quency, and when Ihey settle, they will not again renew
their subscription. This, consequently ii a ecriout loss to
the proprietor. Tho following suggestions are respectfully
tendered for Ihe consideration of persona who are now In
arrests: Let thosn who owe lo vears , or that will oue two
in December or June ncit, send a five dollar note, on ac
count. .Many icfrain from forwarding their duct becausn
they cannot remit the ciaciaum ; this is not necessary if
Ihey continue their subscription. It it only whon a person
slops the work, that a liquidation of the whole amount due
(IAI.I.KHY OF PORTRAITS. Under this head will
be published cveiy month, likenesses of distinguished Au
thors in lids country nnd in llurnpc. .Striking resemblan
ces of llulwcr, llrougham, lloggt Cunningham, &c. &c.
havo heen giicn. The following aro now ready fur press,
and will be published two in each number until the whole
is completed Shelley, Lewis, Moore, Coleridge, llndgert,
D'lsraeli, Nccle, .Mid, de Klacl, Jane Porter, Chairipbcll,
ltoscoo, Southey, Ac.
Fsc similles oflhe writing of Washington, Jiffcrson,
.Madiaon, Alonroc, Adams, Hymn, cScolt, and other distingu
ished iwrsomi hate already appeared. Those of Napoleon,
Franklin, l.a riyeitc, ..r i prprati.tn.
The publication of icws of beautiful scenery and remarka
ble public edifices, will bo continued as heretofore.
Kicry number of the work contains forty eight large oc
tavo pics, printed on line white piper, in the whnlo neatly
stitched in covers The postage lor each number is 3 cents
for any distance under 100 unlet 5 cents over.
To conri'nrr pertain icisMng to tubicribe for Ihe l.ady'i
Hook, that it it equal in point of embellithmenti, the inter
eit of iU amfiid, nnd general beauty of appeatance, to
the description repeatedly given at large,' and the flatter
ing noticee that hare been made of it by editon ta differ
ent fictions oflhe Union, the publisher will forward uny
monthly number at a specimen, by tending him a letter,
The work 'will in future be published and delivered on
the first of each month, in Philadelphia., New York, Hoston,
Baltimore, and Carletton In New Orleans about tho 5th.
Subscribers missing a numbei n il I please inform the pub
lisher, free of postage, and a duplicate will be sent them.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, 3 dollars per annum,
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Til 12 LADIES COMPANION
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AMI Tllll ARTS,
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rllIE Indies Companion contains onic.t.vu. and selected
JL Tales, Sketches, IJ)s, Poetry, Biography, Sic Al
together w'lh a choice collection of Music, and is embellish
ed with splendid Engravings, Drawing, Embroidery, &c.,
with an accurate description of each plalo. In addition to
which, escry tilth number is accompanied, with an elegant
title-pige and index, which is intended lo perfect two a ol
nmcaaycaror SIX IIN.MIREI) PAGES, The Steel en
gravings which hate appeared ,n the w ork Ihc last year, are
beynnJeoinpirison with those of any aiinilar publication in
THE MUSICAL DEPARTMENT
short period of its existence.
The selections sre tnsdc from the following European Pe.
Blackwood's, Metropolitan, Frster't Msgatine, New
icininiy .aiajatine, .Monthly Mizstine, United Service Jour
tleman'a Mtnxinc, l7inoe of the Beau Monde, Liverpool
Albion, Bell's Weekly Messenger,
uO The Indies Companion is published on the 15th of
even monlh, md is forwarded to suUcnucisby the earliest
mails, enveloped in strong double coseni Poatmaster. re
raitliog Si will be eetitled lo two copies oflhe work and
Ihtae remitting 515 w,j be entitled to six cops and a set.
talh grata r
Notes of all Ik soher.l l.arl. tales al It.eir rvr
Specimen BumLu. r.r 1 1.. UA,t r,....i :. 1
lhe L'aitett Kiai "w - w. -..wmj aw part oi i
XST All loiter, on btuinett must be coii aai'J, or thev i
ill oc-l be taken from the Post Office. 7
Address, WILLIAM W. HNOVVDEN,
I'ultMtr t.adiil Companion.
.Vo. 3, Uttkna Street, NEW. YORK.
OTSUnSCRimONS ieitd at the ReTlA.ti BOOK
STORK by w rAy
DONE IX FIRST RATE BTYLB ATTIHS OFTIl'E, ,
It under ihelmmedialcsuperintrndancoofaPnorissioiAL M cove'e0'' '!un'fr cooiainmg iwcn.y imperial ociavo
,,,,, ,,, ' ,,, .','"".,. iiors.asio.iat, p,se, with double columns, making two volumes annual y,
"e.UnJ 7l ,'1. i. I., rt fJ.l t i ? "al.V m "rV ' 'mo'e than 520 octsvo pages eacn volume J and at the e
dsvJ rsaLeS I for ,ePl ill r '.,b 7 ' Us,'U ll 1 piration of every six monVhs, suUcribcrs w,lt be furnished
I sd e. rim n,!" , ZT.,"" IT, 7tn ""boo amount of matter furnished in a single yesr will bo
n elK Uj 1-"u!,!,',and equal to more than forty volume, of the common sited Eng.
ftvorrt the wo li wVih iJJ.r.l n.. .??,"?.BCe' ''"a ' I"1' dunuimo books, the cost of which will be at least ten
Tj& VseCn'brnade 'wtcChF t.Vbe FuZtftffc
eo"t,nued fi?alion to iu reader. Tho nti ? , ,. d 'n,ra,,, "UP r"r "iinS- A' lhr 'iP0 ' "thely new.
not takethobert and or a neit sppearanceT each volume, when bounu, wil
I, .. future etTort. to sustslo the high snd enviable standing M"yA?L ' 7 ' "nUm'
I I. .'tfLtt h"'"'!Dt3 10 lhe . TcoiiionVr 20 per cent, will be allowed to .cent. ,
Tl. f la '. .. ... . nitil A U-AI1UIUII1U IIUO 1)4 I'll ttlsU tslUlU Ul kUIILCULB. 1 IIP
, , ' , ...iirm, L.iuri jiiganre, unrnlsl lleview,
l-nndnn Minor, IjJ.e. Pocket Msgttme, Udies Jluieum,
World ori-sahinn. Translations from I.s Revue Frsocaisc.
A c ic . La lletle Aau-mM. I I ..!. -.i.:...
ffcwnnd Valuable School lloek.
dtSr-Tbc uttcnllon of Instruetot, School Com
milleo, and olhcfj inleiesltd in die subject of
Kducstion, is rctjucslcd In the ollowli.t new
and aluablc wlk, entitled
The Popular Header,
Inleoded at a rr.ditig Hook, for the u. uf tha high.
et claires in School and AcaJemict, throu?hout the
Unitrd Slate. JTll'e work it y the author of the
celebrated mitt f Sthool IlixiVr, known -y tli nmr
of ii.. -riiANKi.iN nun:icihe ;iMPuovt:i)
HKAUr.ll," and tho 0 EXE UAL CLASS-UOOK."
The piibli-her of tint work it aware ihat high com.
i.i!. fr.inicnilv hotuwed uiou Hooks o
lilll,.nr n merit, that the public are not always ablo to
determine the charattsr of a xork from the n-CTjaitnen.
d.iiiiin l.etowed uion 3b Hut in the ease tho notices
,)rc,currJ are from men who are XNell ijualilleil to Infill
' ...;, .) mtn lm. whom the public Will
bellcre. -ould not rrronimcud n Schoul Hook,
"V"'..,' ..ii'.-j I, Jccrriiif.
unletithej liellerca It ucierrn n.
prom (lie IleV. N. Lord I). D. l'residenl Ol
I have examined the" Popular Reader," a recent pub
llcalion, and it jives me pleasure to commend it at a
work well SdatKHl to the purpose nniclt ll contaupiairs.
The work in my opinion, detents to stoud in the first
class of School Hooks.
From the Rev. S. 11. Hall, Principal of the
Teacher's Seminary, Andover.
I have examiucd with tome care llie " Popular Rren
iler." m well as tho " Frauklin Primer," - Improved
Header," and "General Clait-Hook," by Ihe same au
thor. It givet me pleaturcto say, that I discover in the
preparations of all, a degree of knowledge of the real
wanlt ofitho young not olftu displayed in picparnig
books for their me.
The liopular Reader will not I truit, be found less
useful than the iireitous volumes. Il it adapted for the
older eiosscss' in common schools and Academies; and
will, like its predecessors, bo " popular" with those for
whom it is intended.
The Chrisrain Register, in a notice of the Po
pular Reader, speaks thus of the whole series.
"No series of schoool books for reading lessons, with
in our knowledge, is so well adapted to conduct the
child from tho very simplest word, and combinations of
wordt, ouward by regular gradations, to n relish for taste
ful and elegant writing."
From Iho Rev. Eaimerson Davis, Principal of
Weslfield Academy to the publisher.
Tho Popular Reader in my opinion, surpasses all
oilier rending books, in defining more avords, annexing
illuslralioes to Iho words defined, and in reference
throughout the book, to tho definitions given in preced
ing chnplers. If the school teacher docs his duly, the
scholar, who uses tho Popular Reader, cannot fail to un
derstated what' he rends.
llTThe Popular Render is also recommended by the
School Committee of Nhrthampton, consisting of Rev.
Dr. Penny, and Rev, Mrs. Todd and Stearns. Professor
Ililchrockuf' Amherst College, Pretident Allen of How-
doiu College, tho School Committee of Greenfield, who
sny:"ni il regards usefulness and adaptation to the
wHt.ts of our Common Schools, wo hardly know of its
cquul," the Boston Recorder and various others.
For Salo at the Rutlund Book-Store, by
jE. Ii. Carey's Library of
rilO nav mat this It a reading ago, implies a desiio for ins-
J. truction, and the means to irratify that desire. On
tha ilr.l point, all arc agreed J on Iho second, their ia diver
sitv both or opinion and or practice. We have new. -pa
pers, inngatlnes, reviews, in lino, phamplels of all sizes, on
ncarlv all subiccts. which have severally their classes of rea
ders and supporters i and yet, copious as are these means of
intellectual auppiv, more are sun nceucu. in auuuion io
the reviews of the day, and pissing roticcs of books, the
people, in large numbers, in all paila of our great republic,
crave the possession ofllio books themselves, and details,
. r lt ..1 rj; :
ocyonu mcro parsing uuusion, oi me progress oi oiscoscry
in art and science. Hut though il be easy to ascertain and
einrcu their wants, it Is not easy to gratify them. Kipcnsc,
distance Irom llie emporium oi literature, engrossing occu
nations which prevent personal application or even messa
ges to libraries and booksellers, arc so many causes to keen
people awav from the fsaat of reason and the enjoyment of
! i ...I i : . .n. i t. . I. .. .. : ... -r ,l. ....i
lllO CUVCll-U IHVimj ainiivtii. i, ia kiu .iui vi iitv ,.uuiijiii:i
or the Library lo ouviatc mete aimcuitios, anu to enauic
every Individual, at a small cost and without sny personal
effort, lo obtain for hit own uso and that of hia favored
friends or family, valuable works, complete, on ail branches
or uselul anu ponuitr literature, ana in a lonn wen auapico
to the coiniuri oi me reaucr.
The charm of variety, as far at It Is compatible with mor
alitv nnd cood taste, will lie held constantly in view in con
ducting iho Lihrary, to fill Ihc pages of which the current
literature of Great Britain, in all its various departments of
Biography, History, Travels, Novels and Poetry, shall be
fiecly put under contribution. With, perchance, occasional
exceptions, it is intended to civc cntiro tho work which shall
he selected for publication. When circumstances authorize
the measure, recourse will bo had lo the literary stores of
Continental t-.uropc, and translations msdo Irom i-rench,
Italian, or Herman, as inc case may ue.
Whilst the main work will be reprint, or at times a trans
lalion of entire volumes, the cover will exhibit Ihe misccal
Uneous character of a Magazine, and consist of sketches of
men and things, and notices or novelties in literature and
the arts, throughout the civilized world. A full and reirular
supply of the literary monthly and hebdomadal journals of
Great Britain and Ireland, in addition to homo periodicals of
a tiimair character, cannot ian to prove ample materials lor
this part of our work.
Tho resources and extensive correspondence of the pub
lishers, arc the best guarantee for tho continuance of the en
terprise in which they arc now about to embark, as well as
for the abundance of the materials to give it valuo in the
eaes oflhe public. As fir as judicious selection and arrange
ment are concerned readers will, it la hoped, have reason
to be fully satisfied, as the editor of Iho Library is not a
airancr io u.cni, out nsa more man once ouiaincu llieir ia
vorablc suffrages for his past literary efforts.
The work will be published in weekly numbers, in stitch-
j and any agenl, or postmaster furnishing five subscribers snd
' remitting the amount of subscription, shall be entitled to
the commission o tO per cent, or a copy of the work for one
A Specimen of the work, or any information respecting it
uiij ue coiaiueu oy anaressirig llie pumiinors, p-itl paid.
Editors of news-pspera, to whom this proapeclua is for.
warded, wilt please insert iLe above aa often as convenient,
send a copy of their paper containing the advertisement
marked, ana entitle tbems!ves to a free etcbange for one
E. L. OAREY tc A. HART.
Philadelphia, July I7lh., IBM.
Jj&st: coy h continues to pay such as are
restored, scd to tisneict all business fur ocn.
linn. . ...... 1 . i i... n: n i .,. c . i .
, u.uw, u. , unite, uuurs uursii vi inu
Court House. Rutland.
,,,, . !...!. i ...
STRAY ST E Ell.
BROKE into the Enclousure of the Subseri
ber, about the 3d Dec, inst. a three year
old brindle Sicer. The owner is requested to
oropepro pert) pay charges and lake him away,
Rutland, Dec. 10, IW5. 52
HOOKS & STATIOtVA V.
JUST rrrcired from Hoston, New; Yoik tad
Philadelphia, large adulilonn lo our former
siock ol DOOKS sr.d STATIONARY, which
makoa the fullest and most complete assortment
that wo have had for many ycais, and which
are now offered for sale on the most rcasouable
Vc have not room to enumerate only a small
part this week. Among the miscellaneous, are
embraced some of the most elegant
London AmiualN, for 1836.
The DRAWING ROOM SCRAP HOOK.
The CHRISTIAN'S KEEP SAKE-atid
ACKERMAN'S FORGET ME NOT ;
FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING ;
JUVENILE FORGET ME NOT i
l'he MAGNOLIA TOKEN & SOUVENIR;
RELIGIOUS SOUVENIR ;
The LILY, a Holiday present ;
The HUMORIST'S ANNUAL; TheNew
Year's GIFT ; The PEARL ; The Odd Vol
time; and n grent many smaller works, suitable
for children's Chriilmas iSr New Years ptescnls.
.v.v. -:.1LSO :.v.v.
Young Christian, by Abbott , Harlan Pago ;
Memoirs of Mrs Harriet IV. Winsiow; Matthias
and his Impostures ; Spurtzeim on Education ;
Youth's Letier Writer ; Infant school Manual ;
Cobb's Lexicon; Life of Cobbcll; Dr Ucacher'ts
Pica for the West ; Conversation on Common
Things ; Set or Purley's Library The Way lo
be saved, &c. &c. &e.
December 10. V. FAY.
Benjamin Kelly's Etatc.
Slate of Vermont ) fTIHE Honorable
District of Hullani, ss. ) JL tho Probate
Court for the district ol Rutland.
To the heirs at law lo the estate of Benjamin
Kelly late of Danby in said district, decerned,
Whereas, Tho executor of the last Will and
Tcrtamcnl uf the said deceased has made applis
cation lo this court for license to sell so much ol
the real cstnio of tho said deceased at-- will be
sufficient to pay the debts found due against said
estate and the cost of settlement :
Tterefore, You are hereby notified to appear
before said court at n session thereof, to he
holdcn at the Probate Office in Rutland within
and for said district on tin 1st Monday of Jan
uary next and shew cause, if any you have, why
said license should not be granted.
Given in Probate Court ut Rutland, this 7th
day of December A. D. 1835.
51 F. If. HOPKIA'S, Register.
LARGE assortment of all kinds of Blank
Work, well bound and good paper, will
always ue lounu at tue
November 17, 1835.
Rutland Book Store.
KEPT constantly on hand,
and for sale, by the sub.
acribcr, who has been appoint,
ed sole jlgenl for this vicinity.
Rutland, September 22, 1635.
LOST on the road between Rutland and Cttotlc
ton, about tho 14th inst. a small bundle, con
taining some hoys Shirt Collars, Ilandkfs., and a
Black Lace Voil. Whoever may have found it,
will have the pondness to leave it at the Bookstore
in Rutland or Castleton, and they shall ho rewarded
for their trouble. Dec. 22, 1835.
Pills & Aperient Powders,
ADAPTED to the Hygean Phosiology, from
Ihe British College of Health, London, can
be had genuine only of the agents, who are mads
klltlWn 10 the nulllic ns Sll.-ll. All llie oi.nnlna
medicines sent to the United Stales, by the Brit
ish College of Health, have to pass through the
hands of H. Sbenhonnl Mnnt thoiranli. lelvmi.
for the United Slates; and each packet of Pills
nas ms signature on the label, and by him is sent
lo the several Still,, or District nn-pnta. nnil In nr
tier to protect the public from base counterfeits.
a. 11 lit t a. a
an extra yeuow iauei nas oeen added, winch for
Vermont Acrr-nt. must brnr thn urrlfi.n linniinr.
of S. Gage, State Agent; nnd also of tho sub a-
i;riii, wuu sens it.
Whatever slanderous reports, relative to the
above medicines, mav iinva ln-pn inaldinnatu ,.rn.
pognted by mtdicistsof the old school, or of those
subservient lo their thraldom, will eventually
nrove unavailing: as il shows. mni ,-li.urli, tl,-.
liiey are aware their esculnpean Babel stands on
a sandy foundation, and a consciousness of thesu
periotity of (he Hygean aver the esculapean sys
lem. 8. GAGE S'ne Jlnenl for Vt.
H. FITCH, Svp. Jlgentfor Vermont
State Depot, Rutland, Nov. 13,1834.,
Duly appointed to sell tho above medicines, and
msu uie uj gean puoiications, in the State of
Vermont: Col. J. Ellii. FiiuMpi-iIIa Sin
E. Burt, Danville: Josiah Gare. En. Sr 'jni.n..
bury; E.Houghion, Esq. Guilford; E. Lyman,
i-crrishurgh; James Grover, Poullney; E.Durin
Esq. Sprinisfield: Elder W. P. Uevnolda. Man.
cheater; P. Clark. Braintree: Ca'nt. J. Rlisl,
Woodstock: A. Riiusmaio. Btirlint'ton. O A
Keith, Esq. Sheldon. 47:if.
C7" The Lancet, published in London, the ora
cle and advocate for nrocurinrr in the. tl,.,,...
strict monopoly, shows to what a stale of despair.
ills rinrli-lta. in l-ttnlaitial t.-u . . t
I , , , .7 -8 . ... . c l"J are "oi up.
held bv then own nliilitn-a nr nr:j..i..
- - , an. .UUUUCIICO
that the public have in them but hy tho Legls-
aiiey musiuuve acts of Parliament to
procure, them patients.
nVriaClfrm "Tl,e ncet," Julv 12, 1834.
If the sale of secret remedies is "not abolished
by law, no new pnar-lmsinr fnr. .(r..,t-.. ...i:
. , . ,w, vi, I, j- IJltlul.BI
reform w, possess the vslue of the paper on
........ i..vi.na 0C vrriiien,
Jiilract from "The Lancet," July 2C, 1831.
"If the Sail! Of a-rrl me,!!,!...!,.., .'
jed hy aw, the work of medical reform will not
uc iiiiurreu compieie in this country."
Query: Have not the Doctors in the United
Slate caught the panic? ? )