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T " It U T L A N D HERA L I) .
THK KUTI.AM IlKItAM).
Tunnn.1 y, mut r.ti r '. i aao.
Tr. two cornTTion. (AmimMtwc U Whig)
width meet at Montprlier to-morrow, we hue
trorg hope will pUee the political rtlitieii.e f
Ufa Hute upuu footing which ill leave our rtrtl
political opponent, tlio Vnile4, without hook
JafY to hang a hoc o upon. Tbcie t-ffurU la keep op
tbt division between Ihe ktitiinouui tttj the whig,
tilth the IJ of fomc of I be t readier n antirnaaatnc
editor, and aomc f'ctv ofiSrc-occVing ruttcnhetrtcd
whig, we think will aval' litem nothing.
It nuy b I flic, t neighbor Iljrber iscr!i, "that
thei will U few ditnotratit (Van Uaren t.tim-tt-c
l A!ont!icr on ihu Ut:h imt.," but not
cuovgh f .eat 'm hand' the vhig 'in order"
tif the iionetl antimo&ut t.ctil.cr. Sbo!d the
eJIr etcn attempt to diturb these convention we
hotild not be snrprived if they wire handled pret
Iliuiii.t iMroaTaxr ! Tb new. Uum I'twc by the
Ittml arrivtlt ii, that frag-M ht Jtci'' J thc.Vci'ia'rien;
tblt tb President' I'cul tuf if hat arritaj in lhl
ivuniiil thai id illiaroixl of insult id uitniee In th"
ro.Mje woulJ tt.iuMltti Leteiitfeclory ; tint Initnl
merit on lh Indemnity Uill wwild ( paid tin demand,
and that the American Ajrutt (ihe Rolhchd-ls) would
receive the, monry, Tli s uei 11 rt uttVial, lut tomes
ia that authentic liac whioh cm leave harJIy a doubt
of Ha roerrcineti.
Wa man Hint extracts beluw in aJJillin to what
will b found uuJrr our foreign head, atvl iu cxirubora
tlnn nf the abut p'eaiinj iiiwi,
V Af.it, Jan. -1th.
The nieaaeige it considered, by all parties, an full
Mtiafactiun to the demand of the amendment falaze;
hut it u-cnif that, with the irue spirit of Trench
Livurdage and procrastination, Minuter havo con
cludml tu let the Chamber take tho initiative, in
tcad of coming forward thmolvc, and admitting
tho honor of Trance to he intif lio.!.
To Iht Editor aflSe .V. 1. .hnrriean :
l'Ann, Jun. 0.1830.
(t it aiid that tho Clurnticr Till, in the addreiia
to the Km;, ctprfsa a wish tint the money he paid;
the mraiiga of the l'roidi-nt hiunj been found
perfectly tatlifactory .
It ia believed that the diplomatic part of the bu
aineaa to get things' e'ratht, uill jiass throned
The llntmehild Itttrrt nboro ullu.Jcd tn, wo copy be
luw. A King! mciirnjcr rcnc'icJ Xew Voile (it u luid)
laths .S'( .ludrnc, from Lit cipo1, on EturJay neck,
with deipalcbei aou uuciug, probubly, that the nianiy
wti piJ, or abiut to be.
Kilrarl of a Utterrum .V. .U. UntfiieJtiUI, tinted Lon
don, Jan. 0, In Hurrt. J, L. i)- S. Joiejih ij- Co.,
Tho meaage of your President ha produced at
Taris a favorabln an crfocl aa could be desired up
on the qucation with which Trunco lia beon ni
rianca with your Government, mid I am happy to
inform you that Ihe French 0 jvermncnt is now
prepartd to make the payment pm account of the
indemnity, a a coon a applied for. All kinds of
lock and American recur i ica will experience the
benefit! of this rerull.
Ltlrict rum ILncn de Itol'itdi'dd't Letter, dated
Piirir, Jan. 7, addretted to Mean. J. L. ij- S,
Joteph ij- Co., .iic York.
Wo felt much obliged fr your kind attention in
acndlng ua the ir.e!"i-ae, and have the jj.-catMt p'.oa
aorc in announcing to you that that document bo
itdmirablo fur the considerate, dimlk'd and concil
utinjf manner in which it proieuts tho facts hear
ing on the point about whirh h.i much anxiety m
felt on all (idea, ha produced here the most lavor
ablo tcnaation hi every quarter, raised the temples
of thia Government, and determined them to inform
youra through tho Knsliah Cabinet, th.il thoy arc
ready to fulfil the financial as well a the other
clauses of the treaty without delay. We expect
aocn tu receive tho instalment due, and have no
doubt that tbU happy reault uill be received by the
American nation with as much joy a it ha? created
"Tin Lit llutlaud llenlJ cu.itiim H ilic kuiv tt-
tacki upon the cililor oftlic Trie l're, which hive been
rpctiatca Jurnij vriai weeki oy me raiion "i int
I'arm 'ot Witehiiun and Yt Cn'ir.cr lici ami oil. I;e
llaratd itaa aiiprvpr.ate ilnp bi l fir tho fillhuflhe
ktclimin aitJ loumr, iu tile whi.i-idii li mote pa
ytit ar alxiut mu Ujr icoiijli to iloa the tola of srJi..t
fjthtr Tay." MiJJMurv 1'rte Prut.
I'ratlr well Joua f.rour giand toy .VtWy. Soiniart
ijuib ciutthat t-etn "revutd an J corrttti J" by r onu
of bit new il'pi e r) -elm r.'nirJi.
Uut buw it lUtVidJ Do you r nlly thluV it im.r.;
JrJmx to b tht -il"l t.-Ml" uf tlis Wbtihjiau and
Countr.tlun the ttvtr of IUllotl f.lthy Advocate, or
cut uf Van U'irco'i collar uen. Oil! Ni-IJr! vrlut u
traacheroui, wi;linj, iily litlla fellow you hrr pot to
L, iloct jou lutJ jounclf to the Dutch ! Healmod
with you had been made Cttrk, Statc't Attorney, iciptct-
brof bi'pt, or anmrthtug rite, if that nuulJ hate made
jou a lilllt more civil an J kept you in thf traeet of your
patty. Thit iujrtituJo luJ treachery, you will fai l it
bad buuuaia. It uot only rruirat tlrun' ottt'er, but a
fiji.tu; u.iuJ to itrm tha torrent of public iodijoal ion.
Ilaaca you ice, .Wiij, we "hat a good deal of charily"
for you jet.
t.atH afile.oturryt all will oat mint hit pejrti
l.e uill ceaiaSc nntbiet: more, a&l t hope, ia ruerey,
ntktng ti. than Htll .VfcUy Uat r, E4ir. It wl
htte U tern, that we ytt -hate oJ dial of charily "
f.r all.l.r NUdy!
Ily fhc lant AiKhCN .tfail.
rl !' tvvi tlj. XV Botireati artWUlo the
latt II jfliojl.u utind, itttmaifodir. ( Couuti..ti t4
I'Jiloit and I'rintert.M the p'trute of takirjitito en
tij train. o tha CMtdillvn of l,e buiineH of 1'rinllnj, with
a tiaw to iaiproremen.. We tike tho tnotrmenl, atid
t'teuU BiottttaUll; n)uitK iu anything reatouallt and
ptaetieablc. An A'tt itferat jtatiayouf thit nature
w at atttciptti, anj tlioujh parllilly put in operation,
frt the ifjuUtiout wrre lonuditteaidatl by ine otte or
two of tht men but, ami it all felt llirou;li.
Iluweicr, we would tay to tho trait, c-ilt acvurenlien,
ngftl amt f ahead !
.Vr.vr-iitMMHtne waKlac ir. Tha Whi; of thit
Matt have had a Contention aud tioruiuated the llwt,
Ciaikci. Si'i.l.irA. uf fatter, at a candidate for Guv
rruor. 13tttlou Oth of March.
j We l.avo rredted our repular aupply or London D&STKUCTl VB t'llli: S
- Pr". feaya the It-ttton Tatrmi) to lee. 31, and The apseloua five atory buildmp in Mnlbfrty-al.
of Liverpool to Jan. 1, Tho I'tendenlS Mcatagc ' Stw York between Spring and llroornc, occupied
' wa received at I.norpool on the USih, and wa throughout aa lhe printing:, binding and puhliahinp
j publiahed in lliu London pufraorthrt aOih, I roonu of tho ".Mdhodiat Ihwk Conreru,' cn-
Tho French Chambw met on tho 20th, aud tho Ihely dcatruyed by firo on Thnrday ninminj; ol
: King'a apcoh on tho opening, will bo found a- ' lhi week. The firo broke out before ft o'clock,
inonj; our rxlracla. lie mention the oflVr and I and raged throuphout the morning, conauininj the
acceptanic uf the mediation of the Drill. h govern- I entiro stock of hooka, atcreotype plalca, paper,
rnriil in the queation with this country. The eartio piinting materials, (including one great power priHa
fact had Icon ncforeoflicially announced in the. Monl ! and fifly common printing prce.) binder' utotk,
u appeara thai the inatructions for tho oiler . fie. tJniy a very mII portion of the prop.
J Our miliboi .S'tiJyil tht Trta Prut, coa.jJaii-i
that ws luva copied divert attacUt uoa Into, from cer
tain prenet. II Jt why ibould be Cai f.ull with thit,
when he isiittt the promulgation aoJ reittralioa .f tutu
fvori." Hear bun, reader, aaJ wa ait tare you will
tay that he ou;ht d1 to cosp'ia.
"Tli latt Vu Watchman containenl another thowtr of;
tvotioei of the taoior tjitur uf tha Vet I'rttt, and ill ed-1
tlor it tberafora, totitleJ to a renewal of our tin ok t fur
tbt cootiouaoe of hit larort. ill ht be to gooj at to
belij ui a liltl mora ia hit out. We thall account it a
tiraal rtke, ifh will." MJ. Fret Ptot.
A rr inttaoee, w believe, of a ratu'i tein- In a con
diUcn to wtiiB it a "tijol tert " to have hu fallow j
dtuaot -Utiv him in tbe public jourcili, lor lb pur
pota of beiovnj him into uillce, lie may Cgure away
for Yes Dureatiaa exert hit ultnott to make tbt Auti
matoiii Ulieet thatJaekKA and Van Uoren,anJ alltUir
kdtttraaliara good A ut I mi toot that the uiurpen of tbe
Cocutitalloa &1 all law era fit malenali fer Antnnoni;
that. altb ri ba hat dettrleO tba AtttucaKMieitaodard,
aud Joked kdsuelf body and leetl totb MaKMitc kdoli of
Jackcacd Yaa Unrea.bt jyty iorilt aoJ prorpke crim
We tec no conftrinatiou of a report which hat been
omailjir In ureulatioo that Audrew Steitmou batbreu
nuiiiHiat.! at mloiitrr to I'.aUa J,or tlut of John II. B
Ion tu Spalu.
LATBST FIIOM KLOKIDA.
It will be perceived by our extract tinder tho
TnUahimee head of Jan 30th, that the Indians have
agu'ni been defeated: and in this instance by a corps'
of I'utiinteirt. They niut have been composed ol
very dilTer-nl matuna'.s from thoo who stood quiet
ly in their encampment dmI without aiding in tho
severer battlu o'" QnUhUtehooeSer.
This rcneontro u to id to havo taken place on
the 12th Jan. and is published ut T.itltihussee on
the 30. h. Iftriio, we tannol account for thudelay
in receiving tho particulars of it. The Charles
ton papers of tho 8lh inst, however, givo it as
aulhmlk, though wo are cnclincd to doubt.
The friendly Indians who have arrived at Talli
luaacc from 'lamia Hay, report that 1'oicill, the
loader of the Seminole, died of his wound receiv
ed iu the battle of IVitMncooehet. Very doubtful
CiMiaiTo.N, This. 8, 1S!I(3.
Wi'rW ( Tioopt. Tho following troops des
tined for Florida, havo arrived by tho rail-road since
our last publication:
.Seventy-four men, including ofiicera, from Auhe.
villu distiict, commanded by Capt. Thomas Tar
hnr. Thrcu coiupanie, consisting oftwo hundred and
eight men, under tho command of captain James
Jones, David Denny and Thuinas G. Hibbler.
nxtluct of n letter received in llm city, dated
"St. Auuustim:, Tr.u. 2.
"Wo ore stiil without employment, except such
as regular camp duly, and guarding of pickcte rc
ijtiircd. A false alarm was Treated the other night
the signel gun at the bridge piipiol having been fired
by mistake. The volunteera in the garriaou turn
ed out promptly, and in bucIi a manner as to inspire
thcgrcaieiit confidence in them, if indeed any evi-
nencu tt tneir zeal vvero waiting.
"Thrro are reports of Indiana havinii htsen soon ,
over llio hridgo yostcrdnv; hut little contidonco is
put in thcao rumors. Captniu Merchant's company
of about -10 regulars arrived here yesterday, from 1
Savannah, and will probably remain until General
Bjetis cnir.es on, unless in the interim ho receives
urders from Gen. Clinch to join him.
"A company of mounted men came in to-day
from I'icolata, bringing despatches from that place,
and nlo from Gen. Clinch. Wo learn that accord
ing to the best opinions, tho main body of the In
diana are concern rating their forces at I'owcll-tovvn
in tho west, that Micanojnj, a chief Ins joined l'ois
ell, with 000 men, that they numbor at leapt "J500
uarriort), and that they an- making great prepara
tions for an early and decisive battlu with Clinch.
Their object is to engage him to advantage with nn
overpov. ering force, before he can receive reinforce
ment!?. "The Udio of St. Au;uiline have pancda teries of
coinplinii-ntiiry ictuliilioni iu homr uf thn volunteer,
unJ have orauiieil thcuiielvci into n tnciety to render
any tervice that nuy be rrjilircd. They are emuli.iit.iii
Ihoir hntpiuiity, aod the un'y lliin; thut dclrctt from
our enjnynicntr, it the tense that the mcaiuro of their
jrutitude fur exceeds our poor den-rtt.
"The eietachineiit,at regxrihbelth, it hildy favored;
only u fsw complain if flight coldi."
TAI.I.VllASaKi:, Ja.v. TX).
The midJIo dittKct in a tew day will have x huud
irnj niiri uiiJcr armi engaged in Hit Seminule war. A
number fully cijujI to oue third of the t-tTiCtive men in
Capt Ihudtrcn tho lower Suwacucc, a few dnyi
tiuer li..liu Hie oppotitc bank in potseniin ofulwul SO
liidmit, erutinl over with nine men to ntteil: theni. At
he l.rult.l Iwo ol hu men wire thot dnwn otic Willi nine
Imilt, mi J lln ot'ier vt ith fire. With hit remaining men
lie bol.lly cbarje.l on the euciny. Whilu thut eii'iisod
hit Loit got iijritl, aud he wui left with no aUeniHtive
but vietjry or death. After elose and deadly cooletl
oftouiu uuiiutci, theiivajtt were routed with tevcre
Tvvilvt fiie-ndlj Indium arrive dye tcrday from Tnmpa
they will act at 'unit t to iho cxp 'Jition which wilt
march ma few dajt from thn place they ttatc thnl the
bit of the Seminole t at the battle of the Wilhlacoothce,
wat oue hundrej and fuur killed.
Aumn Ihem wat Otee. la, or I'ow. ll, who thry tay,
received lw 1 wiiundi, and died twu dan after the action.
The reported death of Towell it not general! credited
by our cuiiein.
'ttalUnt.lJTair. On the 12th iutt. Col. Pariih. at the
hrau of two hundred mounted volunteeri fioui lint iht
tricl, lompoted of Ihe i-oir.j auict of capt. Alitou.Usllumy
add Civeell, lud u tharj encounter with u Urc body
uf lad ant. The attack comni need with the advanced
guard ucler capt. Iltil imy, who had been alhwed by
thx eueniy to pstt their main tudy, C- l. I'arith immed
iately hailt'ied forward to hit iupturt, when tuddenly he
fell alUcLcd on both Qankt by the enemy placed in au
buth. The toluctceri mid in uutuct;eiifut attempt to
cbarje on Iwrtabacle they were then ditaiounted and
forni'd iu admirable order.
'I hey ibeuelurad uivn the ecemy iu a manner wor
thy of v eutemut. la the mean t:mr,Capt, l!tUmv bar-in-
routed the illackioj p-rly opm,oj to l.ini, hi. baeU
uit tht mam Ixxly, I he enemy wat tooo lonMj in
lakt thtliiriu a thicket. Ily thu lime, uijhl commj on
It wat n .tthuoghl prudent tn follow tbera, wbcre the
loeahtirt of the plate and the darVtrai wouid have ;u-
a them treat ajuotajti. Our men retted on thtir
i roil iu the open pine woo.lt, prepertd to renew the t
tha at dayli;ht; but durioj tbt tn;iit,lh i.n;o effiil
ed their retreat Their lu mutt hare brcn eontiderble
at tlx dead Uidiea were counted tnone patt uf Ihe field
of battle. To dayi after. Col. 'ruh marched fur
Tort Kiuj. and arrived therein a.fciy. 0 iheu ito
ceedeJ tu I'uweli't lown. aod deitruyrd IU Tht voiuu
teen Iheu relumed to Tort Orsne, where thty are cow
A bill hat paMtdlbe l.TjtaJature of Indiana autl on-tin-
a loan of ten milllout of delta tt, tu be expended on
vartoui worktbf Internal Improvement wilbm that Slatt.
Dr Carty.lat from ThiUdelpbia, wat tuurdtrvd at
flool Hivcr.Cbicefn, ootbt Slrt bt. t a rM oaratJ
moat hate hern traiismillrd to I'aria, at the same
tlino as the deapatchr which woro brought to this
country by the deapalrh brig Pantaloon.
Thu paper furnish little new of mtcrcat relative
In tho affairs of Burnpc.
Vrt I'n f'arfr .Vmteur "Jlrtnt
Inpnrunca of ordeli from Lts Court, hi Kx
cellency Lord Granville Ins prortited to the King'
(tovernment, by a imtn da'ed tho 25th mat. tho me
diation of the Government of hi Ilritauic Majesty
upon the occstion of the cifTciunces that havo arie
en between France and the Drilled State of North
America. The Minuter fir Foreign Affairs, by an
answer dated ihe iI7th tmd. ha itifonned tho Bng
lleh Ainbastador that the Trench Government c
codoi to the proposition."
OPENING OF TUB SESSION. TUB KING'S
Pari. Due. 'dO. At half pat 1 o'clock precirc
ly, tho King ami their lloyal Highucnse tho Duko
do Ncmotir and Prince de Joinville, who had been
preceded by the deputation of the Peers and Depu
ties, and by Ills .Majesty's officers of Ordinance, nr
rived aud took their sen to amidst reiterated t-houts
of'Y ivc le Hoi." Tho Duke de Ncmonrit was mint
ed on the right, and ihe Prince do Joinville on the
left, at His Majerty, who Hoemud in excellent
health, nod it) a firm and impicMvc tone read the
"Gentlijmcn of tho Chamber of Peers and De
puties, In teeing you once more assembled around
me, I am happy to be able to congratulate niyt.elf
and you on the situation of our country. Its pros
perity increases daily; its internal tranquility teems
to he henceforth beyond the reach of uttack, and
secures its power ubroad.
'The measures which you adopted in your laid j
city w a aved. Tho w lmli edition of tho "Chri
lian Adectek Journal" for the rurrent week wa
destroyed. Tho mail-book were fortutialely saved
and the publication of the pajcr will bo resumed a
early a ponrjble.
Tho hu. bv tin ralamilr i estimated lo exceed
Tue, llwHdred ,ind ly Tkwnd Dolhrt. The
whole insurance doe not amount tu ono-third ut
this rum, and a great portion of it wa held by the
'lankrupt companies ofcouc good for nothing.
it is not probable that J 00,(100 will bo realliod
from this source. About two hundred poison ue
thrown nut of employment by tins lite, of whom
many will bo acrioua aulfcrcr.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF THE INDEPEN
DENCE OF SPANISH AMERICA.
A letter from an unquettionnblr sniireu in Hava
na has just been communicated tu us, from which
we make tho following translation .
IIava.va, 27lh January.
Ily now lately received from Spain, we knoic
that the Cortes havi: nr.r iu;i;n tho acknowledge
ment of the independence of Amcricn, and we a
wait the arrival of tho mail packet that was In have
failed from Cndiz tho 10th of last mouth, to know
in whit precise terms this aeknow lodgement is
made. Meantime, there is no duubl of the news,
and that tho ministry will carry oui the ilieporition
oftho Cortes in the order iu which Envoy from
the dillercnt governments shall reach Madrid.
scsMon lave attained the object which c proposed j day week.
CoAciiit:s. Wc hare not been enabled lo bring down
our regular Cuneenional iktlchct farther than the lllli.
From that ditc to do 15th, nolliinj veiy impoitunl train
pired. Thu follow ingii n br.'ertkctch of tho proceediugt
iu both hntito: on the lolli and itlth, Mun !y and Tuci-
iu concert with each other; they havo consolidated
public order nnd the institutions of the country.
" I havo hern deeply affected by tho Hcnlimentf
evinced by tho tiatiun fur my family rind myr-clf
when, at a moment uhlch it ii painful lo remem
ber, Providence thought fit to preserve my life,
which U forever devoted to tho service of my cuun-trv.
In the Senate on Monday week, lbs xliolition question
WHf further debuted by Mettri Tallmade, Swill, Nilet,
Hud I IIhi-U. At 5 o'clock tho Senate adjourned.
In the lloiitn, the day wat occupied in fruitiest debate
on the abolition ipit-tlion.
In the Senate u.i Turtday, Mr. llendrirki reported a
Hill fixing the com nencemcut and duiatiou ofConjruti,
viz; On the first .Monday in May, which wnt rcail and
ordered to nteco.id readi i. Tho leinlution iiibiiiitlril
lii-lr. Itf.nti.il In il io:ii-l llm Sornlnt 100111- llitvi-non
All expedition undertaken for the security of fr pumotes of defence-, ile. wa takcu up. and utter de-
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..ui .in itau 00-r-i.rDiuon hub uluii luiouu oo uiiu . .....c iniv. i, ,i..- in .in-.
hrouirhl to n close in tnich a manner ns becamo the
honour of France. 1 have seen with (.-motion I ho
eldcat of my race nartakinir '-- 1
gcrs ot our brave soIdierH.
'' I havo reason to congratulate myself nn the
state of our relations with tho European Powcrn.
Our intimate union with Great Ilritain becomes dai
ly moru close.md every thing inppirea me with con
fidence that tho peace whirh we enjoy will not he
"My Government has continued on tho Spanish
frontier, tn take audi measures 0 were best fitted
fur the foithfil accomplishment of Ihe clauses oftho
treaty of the 28th of Ajnil, IBU. I cntcrtuin j .Nonroti:. Ya. Feb li.
the tnoHt nrdcet withee fur the interns! pacificc- I'uneh Squadron i';i -'. U'.tt Uidnt Capt. Stowe,
Hon 01 the Peninsula, end lor tho consolidation ol "i tin Un(c liunlecr lid', at thu port from Auliguu, St
In the llooie, Ihe following billt were read twice nnd
committed ; 11 bill to t j .-h I the l-lth ttetton of the act
to iiii-orHratw Ilia uloiilflra tu Ilia It. H. Iliuik ; louu
llnirin lliu ijec-retary of theTrcaiury til net m ageiit of
the U. S. in nil matlcn relating to ttosle in the United
Statei Hunk; exte ndingthn provitioni oflhn pcniionlaw.
The New York Fire bill was then taken op, mi l made
tho tpeeinl eider of Iho day for Wcduetduy, and Ihe
I.steilfrom Ttiat. Tins .V. Orh-ani Dullstin, of Feb.
2J,cor.tiiiiii ti publi" document, datoil Goliad, Din.'i-'d,
nnd signed by n greut numberof ua.net, chiatly Amoii-t-auf.decluriu;
Text 'a free, luvciin aul inJene-uJeol
tho throne of Queen Isabella 11. :
'I regret that the treaty of the -tth of July, 1831 j
with the United States of Amcricai should not yet i
have received its complete execution. Thu King I
of Great Ilritain lies offered to mo' and to the Uui
tod Stutcs hisfiieudiy mediation. 1 have accepted
it ; and you will bharc in my du.-iie that this differ
encu bhould teriniuate in a manner equally honor-1
ablo to two great nation. J
"The stalo ol the finances is satisfactory. Tho 1
public rcvcn'io increates by the sole tfTcct of the
general prosperity. The l-iws of finance will he
presented iu a few days to tho Chamber of Depu
ties. "The laws which havo already been announced,
or presented to your examination, as well tb thote
which were roserved for tho dolihcratiuiis to thu
"I trust, gentlemen, that the moment is come
fur Franco to gather the fruits of her prudence end
her courage. E ilightencd by the patt, let us prof-
Kill, and fit, Ilurit. inforini ut that fleet of five nil of
thu hoe mid tix friulct, had arrived at 1'orl tnydl(Ml
tuiique) from I'lince. and lli-l he left at Ml. Hart Ihe
Treiieb mnu.of wartclwoncr Mutiny, ttaliuu-.d nl thai
r.xTUACT hiom Wasiiimitoit. "Mr. Yuil lint in
formed the I), purtu cut of State, thut the wholo tuntru
verty with France ia tetllcd that the French Cubi.iet
satitlied with the I'rirsidt-ol't .Mottnge, arc reaJay tu pay
the initahnrnti duo on ill 0 Tiraty, nnd renew llm dip
lumulic relation with the country," N. Yorker. Feb. SO.
Hank of the United Stulei, Newt wai received at Phi
ladelphia unTortdiiy, by cxpret from llarritbuig t,that
the bill tu charter I ho stockholder! of Ihe I! ink ul the
doted Slato had fin illy patted the Senate by the lame
vote at on Ihe teeond reudinj, except thai one member
wat ab'cnt that the Home I1-.1l eouciirrcd iu the a
inenjnie-iitt, aud that it wat lent to the Governor for hit
it by cxncrioticu to dearly acquired : lot us apply 1
1 . 1 .1 . .1 ...-I..,.., iu vuinoarianu, iu. jacuu 11
ouraolve. to culm tho parMloue, to perloct our laws, b(jh ,r,,t, .a'clliiti(. ct)lll,,
to protect, by judicious incaiurc, ill the tntcrcets rHiuu,r, joih imt. by
of a nation, which, alter an many ttnrms, prcocnts 1 Mr Samuel Dulton to Mitt t-yl'
to the civilized world tho talutary example ofa no-' Cib. Ira.,-. Page to Mm Alvir-,11
hloinr.dcr.tioi.-the sole pledge of durable socce. f'". .'i I:'',,W'
Tho enre of its repine, of it hbeitv, of it gran
deur, la my that duty ; iU happir.e will be my
l'romlht Journal ft Path.
The King had scarcely cc-atcd to speak when the
iivcleat ccclainattcus burst frurn all parts of tho
M A It III KM,
Iu Ilentou, oil (he Itlth int. Doctor J, A. Snr.M, of
Sprinfiold, Matt, lo M.n M.vli KTTX, dutiable r of Uoct.
It. P. Conlt-y.
In Cumberland, Md. Jacub I tr. nheart to Mitt l.lira-
tho Iter, Lhai. Walker,
Mr Samuel Dutton to Mitt t-ylvia French alio, 00 the
to Mut Alvira llennett,ol 1 ulni y
Alcxaudtrto Mill Uiana
I Iliadley, both of Uratllcb lru
I In I lot tick,, . V. Clh nut. Mr Lyman Patch en '.0 Mm
Harriet Albr.i, lulh of Dannintoo.
! In lleadtboru, 14 h u!l. Joy liohop, Jr lo llboan
.Sl-nrm, alto, Atapli llarwoo.1 to Cyntha bloiksveli.
I In Moiitpilie-r, Dili imt. Mr Htej hen Wri-hl, of Uarliu
lu Mitt Laura J. I'e-c'4.
In tier town.nn Friday l"it, Mrt Carolina Hatch, wife
,1,. I of Mr A'ahel llateh.aged '2'J.
l.'iterfrim Uvrope. The packet abip Jlhutie 1 Alkiumn, Cxakiel Ikl.nip. a merilouout uffietr of
arrived at Now Yoi on FriJay lat, bringing Par- j thu lUw.lntion, ovr ICO yert of kc
is papers to Jan. 7. The iWcnt' Mo.s.ge wa Jo llraltUUr... tilth mi'. Ralph llrrriek, J.-Al.o,
II . , .1 Oflili Jn. Mra Paruielia (joodenoii'-li. 4.
I .1... I .1 IT U ... .11 Uill. .w-.-- " " - ' -
roeeiveoai rune 011 1111-
general taiiafactinn, u atforihiig a proaf-ccl o! ar.
adjudrnent of the dilficulueb between the U'u gov.
o Nrwfriie, I lh ult. Jamt l.auib, in.
In Dummcritun, lOlhult. Mr Ava Dulton, "5.
In Iturlmston, Ltth imt. Mri Avitu IUiiki.vctoh,
t-i CIS. Mri II, formerly the wifcuflb lair Guv, I-
It 1 alludodto in the addieaa fihe Chamber uf nvi.i. !-riTii. and for m.nyye.ri.midenitfthi. town,
11 ia oiiduuu iu 111 iiiv .... tuUiUiiilly mair.ed the late Hon. Wni.C. liartinjlon
'ccrs, in reply lo the King . .Speech, as juMilying wlll)te' wlJo,v ,,, tlU.r a,c.
thehfi-e of a sneedy adjuaiinent. Tho paragraph
was objected to in the dobate by M. Duboueinge,
on the ground that the government ought not to
. be satisfied with the explanation gnon in the Prea-
, idont' Message, but tho paragraph wa adopted
without a diwiion, and the whoin address waa a-
, ioptcd by a vote uf 99 lo 6.
I IUpungtng IttulutioaJ have been pattej by the I.;-it'.-tuictof
.New York, .Newjeny aud Ohio.
. A letter from Wathioftoo mtntioLi that Geo. (-all lu
l-een Dcminattd by the I'rettJiot at Got truor of Florid
! in the Jct of John II. Eatoo, nucoinate-d Minuter to
Weara reejuetted lu ji notle that Ihe Kv. Mr.
Tin A Jtn.n i'rt.ao party
, HU fill 'n ia Gonrter.
In Wahxile, Duel. Stephen Juhnico, one of the Jud;ti
guprcrue Court of ,N'iw lamhire.
luEhafttbury, lOlh intt. Charily Cul. widow of the
lata Abraham Coir. M.
lu Uenuucston. lOlh intt. John Gibwn. 40. Ou the 9th
David Wright, CO.
In Georgia, l'Jintt. Abi;ail, wife of Luther Kihop,4(J
lo Herhn, Jan. 9,Jeiah H.njarriir., l.t.67.
In llatre.Uh ult. Hon. Drniion Smith, aed alx-ut 5r).
In Windsor, lit nut an lufant child of Geo. C. Plait.
In lloyaltou, I4ih Mi Bltnor Traey, wife of the Kv,
Juteph Tracy, ohlor of Ihe Uutluo llccurdtr, 33.
lu Chtltea Jail, I5.h intt. ItcUtca peak, cvufjueJ no
Jet leeitttiee of death acid wat tu havo been executed on
IheCUtb I'ab. felie. It 11 said. figud ll Inert ami applied
to ph)ticli-ii, who furuuhtd her eettooally with puw
deia eeintaininz I'pium. luitead of lakinr thera, at wai
until alie lueJ aitaiccHl
Weara reejuetted Ui Jl" iiotiea mauiie ll.v. Jir. ,u.,1K,j ,.,e i,fMrvd tbtia until alie UJ attai
.each of M.taaebutttli, will reO in th Couit lloutt . a,Xa tffw;1 lltf f,ul purpo., wlildi alie ttot l
ia Oh a hat noraieattd
la Morilf-t'l-e, Ulh utt. Lacuna wii
f 'It V.MIirn
COUNTY TE.MPBIIANCE CONVENTION.
At thti Itutlaml County Temperanets CnrBtloo,
held at Holland en llwftth of Match ISSft.a com
mittee, wa appnlnted.be that txxly, whi' duty ll
ihould he" to call another tcmpctance enntfntinn
whenever they ahonld deem It rtpedlent. Thr
committee hiving derided In call a contention, In
It" held at the Ct tigtej a ional meeting. hnnta in
llrandon, on the ecnnd TtrWay of .March, tu tern
menceat 10 o'cJoek, a.m.
Tho Temperance Strcietieaofthedifrcrcnt tour
In Ihe county are tequratcd lo appoint delegalea at
their "timultanceu mectintr " or at any oiher cpi'i
venient lime, to attend aald convehjlon. .
At a meeting of the Irlend of Tenuxtranee. from
different part oftho count t, hehi at Rutland nn thit
2d of February, it wa proposed lhat Iho fulowlnjr
eubji-cl bo dicurtcd at tht cuntenllcp, vi.
I. 1 ho duly of thu Legislature lo prohibit iLrt
traffic in ardent spirit.
J. rha Ir.tmeraMr ftf the trafSc in ardent trlr-
iU. and the cmIU irtulttng from inch iridic. -
3. Thn duty of (empctatice men to abstain from
all intoxicating drink.
It ii particularly deired that every town in tho
county ihould bo fully represented, as tho abovn
subject, nnd oilier, involving tho deepest interest
of the temperance cause, will bo iliaciiaaod.
WM. C. K1TTIMDGE, County
3. W. HALE. TVitwreiitti-
HORACE GliEEN, ) Committer.
Ifaj C . A I V O It ,
A T llm old stand 011 the Iviat aidu of Main-st.,
J. JL ltullund, keeps constantly on hand, for sale,
a great variety of tho most elegant nnd
finiHhcd in ae tical style na can ho' found in thn
country or city, and will bo sold on as rcaaonabli
All Apprentice tn tho nbovo htuiuc ia
wnntcd.iiniii'.'dialclv one of good, steady and in
dintriou habils, 10 or 17 years of age, would of
courao, ho prcforiblu.
.JOCM) fcctorcURLor PIN-MAPLE PLANK,
half ol which to be sawed 1 1-2 and the other 0 1 -2
TO RENIi A good two story dwelling
houso in tho East Village of Rutland, for 0110 year,
and possession given immediately, if desired. For
further information, Inquire of said Alvord.
ltullund, Feb. 22, 1830. 0'
IMPORT AN T lNFOUMATIOtN !
TO PEnSOKS AFFLICTED WITH THE FOLLOtY -
iko complaints, viz :
St. .InrtMii'j Vie.
Feirr Soeet, ertn lehen the
btmti nre afftettd,
I 'lolenlKniptvmijifler men
h'tntl Fettering h'.raptienl.
Pimpled S. CtiibaiicltJfuui,
.Seuld lie. ut,
I'tncteal Tainli, when .Hrr
mri lull f. lite d
and all ititorderi arisin; from an impart itutc ef tht (Vol
mi l llarwin are asiure-d that
BOTATATIOAL DIOPS 1
Continue unrivaled, for Ihe prevrntioii, relief, and curt
of these complaiuli, in prouf uf which, read the fullow-
STfitniarkable rate eute if lytari ilaiuling:
Exlrart of a letter, Sir "my lej, which before did
not look lik a human limb, it now entirely healed up,
falter rililtin; every other application for 12 yeanl)
PievioUl to taking your Relfu'e Uotauieal Drujn, I had
in 11 up all in pe 01 relict. '
Another Cate, An Atenl writes "There Ii a nanon
taking the llotanical Diupt, evidently with the (reatttt
idvantae.' Ilndeclirn, In uto hu owo words," II it
doin? wunderi for Ittrit, t.idii,aiit were, Tnutcbing
him fiorn the grave."
.Numerous imtancei hav uecurred where peitoDi
wero tiinlnc away a mitrrabla cxittrnce, nothiua that
thry could procure alTinlid them permanent relicl, un
til thoy made uui of the nbnva invaluable Medicine.
I hey aro alto tho neit sprm Hod Auluinntl l .iyiia.
Price l, or C bottles Ur f'i.
DUNFRIK'S HE.MKDY FOIl
Jlof the beit anl inott thorough remJiet known
vLi fur Ih'i iroubleinne complaint. It hti mure per
fectly antwored the uie for winch it wat intruded than
any other now in common uie, and alfirdt imnedlalt
au.l permanent relief, both of the ditordtr lllf, rxl ila
acconiranrmf tvniDtomt of rani in tht loini. lertitv.
luuduthe, Ion oftippeMe, indigeilion, and other oirki of
aiTPrn-e A for both uliclet O.n.nieut aod Llectu-
nrjeir 60 cents wheu but 011a is wantej.
UJNnne aregeuuine uniest Hjn-1 r. KinriKR,nn nm
wraen'r. dole proprietor and rureeisor to Dr. Conway,)
by whom theyare fur ule. at hit Counting llou.11. No.
99, Court ilrt llosbui, and by hu ipcial appoiutnitut,
by Dauitlt ti Hell, llutlau I ; Levi Liw.t, Wells ; and
Adams, Warner i: Co., Ludlow,
,Vo, 1. Feb. 3. e6w.
WE, Ihe tubioriber, being appointed by the
lion. Probate Court for the DUinel of
Itutlund, coniiBiioiier lo receive, examine and
adjust nil cluiiiiii and demand, ol all penon
uguiriat the estate of
late of Holland, in aid diitricl, drceaved, icpre
(cnte-d involvenl, and olio all claim and demand
exhibited iu olTte-l thereto ; mid tlx ruouthi from
the Grit clav ol Feb inn. being allowed by ald
court for that purpose we do therefore, brreby
zive notice that we will attend to Hie uunneii 01
our (aid appointment attire dwelling liouie of
Mrs Hannah Moon 111 laid Rutland, on the intra
Tuesday ol March and June next, from 1 o'clock.
until 4 o'clock P. M. on e.ach of ald day.
It. IMEItPOINT, I Corner.
D A N I H L G 1 4 K A S ON, Commr"
Dated at Hulland, this ICtb day of FctnJif
A. D. 1831. 0
DANIKLS U BELL, have for le THOV
lU-Und, Feb 9 , 1836. 7