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tht tif !. l.ftJ w J in H f ,J mmedtato ptifetnt. ' Abttit midnight.m they aeon-
ik. rmcj ..-. o tMirJ ih tli ef hit irutiT ttrofJ. t a thofl dutancc hcriifo them, and thirty Indian
i1 ntt rrltTitioj to l'ro mi iillitr ih "k. ; vnm, ipiaiuj iu or i. nnciw, hh u --(-lUorr.
Wt 'lin ln ""'It 'o e-'vrrt, wlitrr j nr ,0 Pat nn a fallen Irco, her head buried in
th llfht -oiM " p-tut l.f in nut li Ibr antrrln; aim lini anij Mc, f lricm ecircd an arm, hiith
u( ,ct.M.l m.ii...o,thui Wfn0 thro. : J clamm.e tin. mimnor. Hut the smaller of the tu
"A time uftualhid, indeed, arnedc arc '
uf rounded and atehcl by a band of UMirrxnj; a
iiiimii, diubtiea outniiiiiliermj ok ; and peifcrtly
acjuainled with all the patha and iincdinienta
ulncli aurround ua , but, in thia hour f trial, let
ua act liat) men ; and. if it fall to oyr lot to fall bo
foraj tlwir mcrpowering atrenpth, let ua die, if die
t0 muit, lUi the COnullllj ruflne.Hn. thai Ufiihd
not batclr. lcnl,,y "bniit."
Scarcely bad ho craned. u Lcn, like a thunder
bolt, thir fc wero umn tlicm man to man they
torn), in dautitlena alrifo. Swurd and dapper
planccd alofl ; and, aa they deaenrded, occaaional
ly a deep, epulchral groan uaa heard, and a lilb
leaa corpnc foil to the ground. 'I'hu air wan illu
mined with tho b.aic of fiic-arina, and their horrid
ahoula.mliiplcd with the proana of the dying were
rchocd with awful diatlnctnciK. Tho acrcam of
tho tullurc, aa he soared alofl, or sat, with cnplo
tycl itnpatiencc, on tonic juttiup crag, cheered by
the well known aymptoma of n rich rcpaM, foil,
with el'npinp horror, on tho car. Ily depreef tho
.etrifo prow fainter and fainter. Anon, night took
upUicr noinbro, unbroacn rcipn cich ono ignorant
whether ho alor.e of all mmved ; and awaiting,
with intenre anxiety, tho coming morning, (sud
denly a mull mi heard, and a ehout, loud and ter
rific enough, aa cihocd by tho oterhanging rock,
'to waits the alumbering silence of tho lonib each
me ro.hcd toward tho dirtiction from which it pro.
.cceded ; and, cIom; by the expiring embers, recog
jilted their leaders engaged in deadly end single
handed strife. Tho second in command of tho a.t
'vaaain band had rushed on to the aseistanco of his
superior, who, in frantic accents, exclaimed, ' Hack
varlet, back '. by this lone arm thall Herbert be
tlcfandod or 'lie," al tbo aamo time making a thrust
at Itia opponent.
Bright lightning gleamed in Ilcnry'a eyes, as,
tt'ith almoat unearthly power, hi tore himself from
Herbert's graip ; and, gathering impetuous fury,
lie plunged forward, and, with a well directed blow
ibureid his dagger in tho icy heart of his antago
nist. One piercing shriek, "Tis done," escaped
ifrom Herbert's lips, and his lifeless body plunged
orer a befuro-unobaerved precipice into tho pulp!i
3olow. His few surviving partisans tied in terror,
and soon the fearful stillness of tho night was bro
&ot.tmly by llm byono'a lmlo ui liia insiigluO' bo
dy. Day soon dawned, and tho surviving party again
commenced their journey, and, in due Line, rcach
iTIenry again entered her walls with vigorou
(health. An opportunity offering, ho engaged in
,-proflitablo speculations; and, at tho end of two
-years, act sail for America, the possessor of an in
Jcpendsnt fortune. After a prosperous voyago, ho
landed on his native shore. Having beforo deter
mined never again to visit Mr Dixon, he located
himself in a small country village in the notlicrri
-part of Massachusetts, ilia afluctions wcro too
closely united to her who slumbered in the grave
to think of bestowing his hand on any other. Ills
retiring habits of life, while at Carthngcna, had nc
customed bim to solitude, and he now resolved to
lire a recluse from the world and tho facinations
of society, which would only wako up in him the
dormant r-pirit of affection. The famous stamp
uct was panted, and .already wcro visible the symp
toma of that determined resistance, which a pcoplo
jealous of I hoir rights, will not fail to exhibit. Hen
r resolved, should resistance prove necessary, to
join heart and hand in tho contest. It was at this
juncUiro that the battle of Lcriigtoi roused tho
dormant spirit of thccolonies. They had, for yoara
borne innovations on their rights ; they had peti
tioned, remonstrated and pleaded, but to no pur--pot
; their embassadors had been spumed with
contempt from the foot of the throne, and their
prayers and supplications ouly produced new inju
ries and new impositions. Hut, after these accu
mulated evils they could U look to England under
lbe appellation of home, and exclaim, ''Willi all thy
faults, I love thee ill." Vet, when they common
'Ccd an unprovoked slaughter of their friends and
neighbor, forbearance was at an end, and they ral
lied round the consecrated standard of Ltlwtr.
oay 01 June, ana immediately benn an einbink. '
... . . .
rneotonllrved'.Hill. On the following day, tho :
over mcmorsblo battle ofllunkci Hill was fough'.,
.d Victory perched on the Amei.cn standard-an
vichi inii irpuinp iijc fcucccti o Uie Cftuc. and
i. rStvklni' Ihroun
the division of country in which Sir JJnon rf.id..d
Ji they were entering a neighboring village, Jlcn
sj't horac becanio afTrighted by the ditcharge tf a
piece of aitillfry. as a welcome to il.o irrm.. u..
etl aiioP, nd throw him. He usa so much inmrod
L. .1.. i.i .1 . . . . .
pany of rolunteou, it Maa deterraiDed that he ahoold
- - imjj m, tuiii
tEa. ,u ,ora.. wl,je tttln impi.
tienUy for recovery, a be wa, glancing over a pa
per. b aw tbo following advcrtitemtnl :
t !!l5 "i' '? I,U l"t,e, "loaUe bouK and
4a4d prty Uloapajn, Ji, jj ),luf4- UUUK
!Ie immedutely calW )u ih, landlord, and, on
teeoiry, found tbat, on,oS to the failure of bis
prter at the South, Mr Duoo had become bank--mpi
to a larjre atngnt ; and hi. other property hav
'lee been Vefore dunoaed i. omV mnrr,,- hi. .....
,;jee was la bs sold,
AI.I.A...W l. It I..J ' r.
m Ike rxtiae cf . L hv
-M nvtt ,Dh " l hiw J-e
mi. iuivci iui i iic ucicocc ui me coionv wcro or- ' v" F" a ce ago, ami toe firing or a amall
dervd to tiwet at Boston. Ht-nry, l the held or ; rVU,trji ." our "lProJcb ,nJJ of favorable rep.
. company of voluntas from h,a fl.ee o residence Wfr&Z1
commenced his marcti. They armed on the 10th ?'w'ile attitude of the neiphbofinf Indiana, who are i
jnspinng, with new real, ctcry fnci.d of his coun- h,.'."' 'toainc ihutenilioutand Mei-
try. Arte, remain,,,, some time inactive they
were ordewd to tho defence of New York, td im- ! '''"J "wt atut two thmmnd are e.nbod.et I at .Melamor
ancdialcly commenced thtsr march. rsini. Ihrout.b J... ""!' 'ra'. d"ly Increumg in itrenith and eonfil
CouVj but eatrrni Mm the guardian of Ms rounder
dift, aid I tic father t-fbcr he o much lovt-d. Ncl-
ther caM Ih- endure t!.e thoophl, thst one, who
' ' ..lil,
prided b..n.c f so much in hia Immense "'
,.ai nrc-crt-dr-d fr brfcrc tl e report reached him,
l)ut j (omfnj nf Indiana, w ho hd prowled about
"J dc.tft.yine the defenceless village,!.)
that momlnff puffed i flwrt i)itnco from the
roto, trrjing mijn irmiic rapiivc. vu
j)r,gl ( , rrrned. from their mcnicinp pelure
bo a,caged m a dopnte. Soo
. . r . V .
oon two, from, the
inentipr their per-
,.rr...r, ,hi. as the other, from bin auporior
irrogtli. woulti, ooooi.cp?, uq iiio winner, roueu
Ins hand aloft, and .n in it ilcaincd a dapper. Al
ready had bo aimed iIhj fatal blow, when a bullet
passed through his heart. The stiletto fell from
Ins ncrvcloss grasp, and, staggering n fow psccH,
he fell to the earth a lifeless coree. Ilullul follow
cd bullet in ipuck Mici'erelun, and already one half
their number lay weltering in their blood, when the
remainder, recovering from tho Unpor of terror,
flrd with the utmost precipitation. As Henry's
iroops were totally unacquainted with thu country,
it was considered unadvisable to pursue them far
ther. All eyes wcro now turned to thu captive,
who t-nt riveted to tho spot where first seen.
As they approached, sho calmly raised hor weep
ing eyes toward heaven, and poured out n short,
but fervent tribute to the gnard:an spirit of tho u-
nivcrc fur protection ; and, Hinging neidu her ra
ven locks from her fair brow, her descending glance
met the piercing gazo of her deliverer.
"Tis he ! 'tis he !" she cried ; "oh 1 no, it can
n.it bo ! Merciless mon havo lorn him from me !
The deep bluo waves of the ocean cover him ! Tho
roaring waves prunounco Ms requiem ! Hut still
how like him ! True the freshness of youth has
given way to a more manly look, tho happy gaye
ty that spread a constant charm about him, has
changed to gloomy melancholy. Oh ! that it was !
It it. It is my Henry !"
As sho pronounced his namo tho reality burst
upon him, and in a moment thoy wore in each oth
er's arms. Again and again did they gazo on cac'i
other, to assure themselves of the reality ; nnd
then again and again did thoy pour out their emo
tions in a foud embrace.
Henry mado immediate arrangements to leave
the army and retire to Helen's paternal abode.
Tho old man welcomed him with gratitude commen
surate with obligatioiiB.coiiferrcd. It was that liv
ing, breathing gratitude which exhibits itself in
deed as well as word. It will not, thcrcfor-j, bo
deemed nurprising that but a few months elapsed
after hia return to that reaidenco from which ho
had foimerly been nxc.iidcd, but which a change
of circumstances had transferred to him, before he
ftmlil ,!! tho .fill l.vtttj. J -.til IJclvii In..
own. Happy in each othcr'd society and in the
growing affection of a father, on whom thoy bo
Btowcd unceasing attention, they dwelt together
in happiness while recurring years added ono to
their number, alike tho personal aud mental image
of her mother. J. J. i.
From tht A'ationat Intelligencer, stpl- 10th.
From ."Vacogiluchcs. Tho public has heard scarce
ly any thing from Gen; (Jainc.-'s head quarters
sinco his letter of tho 10th' July, announcing his
intention to march a pari of his army to Nacogdo
ches ; and from that post itself wo have not, until
now, heard a word. If the Government has been
any butter advised, their information has not been
worth publishing, or thoy havo thought proper to
keep it tu thunihcltcs. This long silcuco had, in
deed begun to create doubts in tho minds of some
people whether Gen. Gaines had, in fact, comprom
ised tho neutral obligations of his country, by a
military movement into the Mexican territory ; but
tho annexed cxtiact from a letter received yester
day by one ot nut citixcns, from an ofliccr at Na
cogdoches, settles the question, and shows that a
detachment of our army is in actual occupation of
Uiat Aicxican town ;
hxtract era letter 'from an officer of the United
States Army, dated Camp Nacogdoches, Aupust
"Sinco l lait aJJrcned you from Fort Townicnd.l have
performed mother much of near two hundred miles, and
upw, an a small hill which terminates, or rather on which
.ici;Joclic. tundi, our encampnieut it tpread. We were
,, 1 rompiining " march, which wn truly fatigu
.-. . ... i .u tramij oirr wnicn we pained Had nnter
uxn tratclcJ before except bv men on horfebirk i m.l
ws wcieencutnberidwith ox Icimi.aroad liadtccf.kanl to
v.. ... - which ciuicu great dclar.eteu when
no river wi to be crimed, and (hi. tm.il.la ,.r.i.... i . i
dug bridges and raflidid not occur to detam ua. Wo reach!
.......iT... r.i:. ., : '""""uu' t"e."oaaie now
ZjO ... num. rtu Ihil ....1. . ... -
,!"'nu,'ek '""'" ' arrival of General Houtton and
Baa Jacinto confinei him ttill
furce thai can be brought againit them." 7
"Mr Rothschild died at Frankfort on tho 28th
July; .Mr Travers, tho eminent London surgeon
having srnved too lata to bo of scrvico to him.
. my , bi.ooth ye.,
Ho left five millions nf florins to his children !
A letter from Frankfort states that Mr Roths
child made hi will tiie day Loforc hia death, from
which it ia aaid to apear that his private fortune
amounts tu about l.OOO.OOO.sterlinp. That the
place that Mr Rolhachild tilled in Iondon may
not be cfl vacant, una of his brother. Charles, cal
led the Rothschild of Najtle, will leave Frankfort,
where he has tiie po.t of CoimuI of the King of the
two SiciIiw, and will fix hi residence in Cngland.
Mr. Poinactt is, aecordir.g to the Uce, appointed
' ' . 1 " V
-"u""'i uf ins rreaioeni, to examine and
'rport bPoa th poUu.l coaiiUoa of Tew
TIIK KIJTLANB HERALD.
TL'KSn.lV.Xr.l'TKMHKIt 20 1830.
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AVIMilATI II. IIARR1MOIV,
IXn VICE PKESIDtNT.
r i: a i t' i s u it a iv a K it ,
or .' vmrt.
iSCN k GKANGKR TICKT.T.
' roa r.txcTORB.
s.Mrt:r. sh ift,
ai m in no n r.,
rrrus n urcin.vso.x,
int. .?. r.iusiwr.i),
One of th stratngems of tho collarincn was to
claim every btdy w ho was not particularly clamor
ous ngainl tht Arch Intriguer; and if a single word
escaped the lqs of any one actcnting to a measure
or movement cf the Administration, ho was marked
as a Vonito end the iicwh would ran through the
whole length md breadth of "tho party," through
out the State; and this was ono of the grounds that
led some oftli; credulous to bclicvn that the State
had all gone ever to tho Dutch.
Another magical operation was to offer rcirard
to the aspiranti nnd tu fulfill whenever they had
them to bcsluvi ; and we have no doubt but hun
dreds of indivitualg had already began to arrange
matters to receive some "post of honor."
Tho gratuitous circulation of newspapers and
extras, was another wonderful operation resorted
to, to carry tin Stale. Such masses of libelous
productions were put afloat, that wa are sure the
State will not vant for waste paper, for all nccu-
ry purposes furmonths to come.
Frequent, held and round assertions with regard
to the result o' tho election, was another grand
scheme to gain proselytes. A distinguished nation
al office-holder u shott time before the election who
was visiting round about tho State, demonstrated
to a mathematical certainty that the majority of
tho delegates nf the county of Rutland to the Le
gislature, would bo Van Burcn men ! and that Urad
loy would bo oleotod Giiyornor bcyood a doubt 1
The reader will mark tho result ond see what as.
tonishinir Dronbots these Van.Uu roil tmlilinUim aid
It was asserted over and over again with appa
rent seriousness by Borne of tho Van Burcn antics,
that a certain cx-editor bolter known, perhaps, as
our grandson 'Niddy,' would obtain in the lato
Congressional canvass an equal number of votes
with tho present member ! The render cannot hut
smilo to notice how foreign this proved to bo from
the canvass. In fact, only a few scattering voles
were given to this little aspirant.
Another amusing affair is also worthy of note, in
relation to the Congressional election in this Dis
trict. The two V. Huron competitors of Mr Slade
having some doubts whether cither would bo clec
ted the tirst ballot, it is said it was agreed that the
ono that should happen to obtain the lowest vote
should decline on tho second ballot in favor of the
other. Tho result shows that both together have
less than one third of the votes of the District.
'I'l,r ,..-J : .1 ..U -,. ..
. ..v.v .mo ii, ,uK uiisui uircc nciicis inr denaturs
put forth in this county, with the ukuuI formality.
Tho Antimasonic, tho Whig, and the Van Burcn
Ticket. Thu V. Huron party made so much blus
ter that some of tho more timid opposition became
alarmed Tor fear the Dutch party would obtain a
plurality and carry their ticket; and in consequence
thereof union was strenuously urged, and indeed, so
much anxiety existed about tho matter, that the
candidates one and all on the two ami Van 'Burcn
tickets, except Mr Hammond, who was on both,
tendered their declensions to their friends ; and
Judgo Kittridgo seemed desirous to withdraw oho
gethcr, for the ssko of forming a union and crea
ting unanimity. In fact ho poreielod In makin" a
formal decleneion and so authorized the editor of
this paper to gire notice. Hut wo took tho liber
ty to withhold hia declaration from the press as a
matter of expediency, because many of his friends
would not consent to his withdrawal; acd it is now
quite probable, if there had been no movement to
wards a union, tho Whig ticket wood havo prevail
ed and Judgo K. would havo been elected, he le
ing a very popular man, and equally qualified with
any of the candidates for the office.
The town of I'ittsforJ, as well as many other
towns in lh;s county, are entitled to much credit
lor tneir pmriuiic exertions in sustaining the real
Democratic Republican cause. TitUibrd had been
so divided on unimportant grounds for somo years
that it was with great difficulty the whole opposi
tion cauld be brought together to bear against the
van uurcn Aristocracy. This year, howetrtr if.!.
mportant object was accomplished, and the town
will now doubtleas, tcttlc down on pood old-fsah-
Republican principles again, without any groat ap
prehension of being disturbed by the min-worshlp-
pera oftbelutlc Dutch Aristocrat.
Tho Whig od tbe Antimasons of the town of
Clarendon, also, nobly sacrificed all minor consid.
erattons for tb take of auataujinj thoae priDeiple
which pauarantca to tho country security of the
Constitution and tho supremacy of the law. " Tho
effort of the little Ilarber-on iwiachiof-niakers to
create discord and confusion waa like chaff brfote
Tho editor of this paper exerted his best efforts
to rally and persuade the freemen to attend the
polls, and it is somewhat mortifying that it had but
little effect upon the town of Rutland, a not two
thirds of the freemen could fwr fimr to exercise
the elective franchise. Wo could almost wish that
the penalty for audi a neglect of duty should nVi-
franchiro a freeman without a cood excuse-
Moat of the towns were more punctual.
There is much vulgar boasting among the Van
llurciiitcs because thoy have carried one member of
Congrcr-s in this State. Tlo-y had better not br.ig
too much, or otherwise thu Whigs may ptacticu
their examples and instruct him out again.
In the town of Wallingford some time before c
lection, onn of the wonderful competitors of Mr S.
in this Congressional District undertook to revolu
tion:?. )ho town'nnJ tranpfer it to the Dutch and raise
the V. II iron Antimasonic flag, lie did'nt quite
succeed! and his fritmls there wc arc told feel a
little coul towards him noA-.vdaye.
Tut r.i.r.criu.t. The Van lluren Ariitocracyinthlirtate
nntwitlutanding they liaio been neatly annihilated by about
two thirds of the Whig force, are cracking up intrucbrnga-
dotia style, because thry hare just aqueejoj in one member
'1 hia member elect, however, (Gen. Hatcher) it niil to In)
tcry liberal in hia public., a high-minded clcitr lollo, n
rry iinpul.ir man in the Oth Ditliict and nut a full blooded
Van llutcnilc. And llieae arc taid to be thu rcaitim why
ho outrun MrJanca.
ErThe Vermont Walchinm of to dty which nrrivrd lit!
awning, gives rrturna for riKi-iti.si.KTATlVKa fruin 2W
towns and irprcicnta the ptrtita to stand thui '.Vhiga
137, V. Ituic-o 72 J ThcSiNATK iho editor think, from
tho information obtained, will stand 13 whigs to 12 Van
Tho Watchman also gltca returns of vutea for Governor
from 170 towns nndinak.es the footing 17 ICS for Jcnniaon
and I377U lor Uradlcy.
OmCIAL CANVASS OK THE VOTES FOR SEN'
ATOR5 IN RUTLVND COUNTY.
THOMAS D HAMMOND.
Wii.i.iam C. Kittiuiigk,
Daniki. S. Kwinu,
OFFICIAL CANVASS Of THE VOTES
A'l OltS IN ADDISON COUNTY.
E. N. ItlUGGS, 7Ci
HARVEY HELL, 15C5 S Elected
JEsbE UHU.MJY, 1720
CllAIU.ES I.INSI.KV, C72
J. II. Siiwiiiwi.i.,
U. II. Eveiikst, 6.32
Several olhirgcnllemcn received some sen ttering voles
UK ii ViX." ' K CANVASS. W. SENA
.....i.u luiuaw uiciUVNir OK wtNuaoit
SAMUIU. W. PORTER,
FRANCIS E. PHELPS,
THOMAS T. HATtRETT,
n l-a '
VOTES FOR GOVERNOR AND MEMBER OF
Jcnnimn. Bradley. Slade. Clark. Hurler
Benson 158 57 151 44 3
Brandon 200 50 107 51 7
Castleton 154 84 141 74 1
Clarendon 153 05 140 32 47
Chittenden 34 34 1
Danby 54 01 42 14 7
Fuirhavcn 57 25 47 20 4
Metidon 51 20 22 14 27
Middletown 03 52 70 72 7
Mt. Holly 140 8 172 8 4
Orwell 174 42 133 42 7
Powlctt 135 89 130 85
I'ittsford 103 81 111 80 1
Poultney 105 29 129 10 4
Rutlond 230 83 101 63 19
Sherburne 39 23 30 5 8
Shrewsbury 38 118 33 112 9
Sudbury 27 100 14 05 0
Tinmouth 79 33 2
Wallingford 130 58 03 20 49
Wells 00 39
West ha t en
Addison 88 41 St 15 '20
llndport 132 51 107 -15 12
Bristol 75 100 81 72 33
Cornwall 111 7 113 2 11
Forrisburgh 128 25 133 20 3
Granville 0 5
Hancock 51 22 51 17
Leicester 03 10 1)2 10 1
Lincoln 73 23 2
Middlebyry 22 lv 118 221 00 08
Monkton 31 ,52 60
Ncwhavcn 151 23 125 19 29
Panton 03 43 02 31 3
Riplon 23 . 2 23 4
Salisbury 70 45 72 23 20
Shorebam 190 -19 181 30 "rj
Hlarkaboro (JO 25 27
Vergennes 77 53 78 41
Wallham 0 0 20 2 1
Woy bridge 01 32 54 18 20
Whiting 01 03 01 10 40
C. W. Conant
Dr. J. Shaw
T. J Lt-onard
;. W. Wilkinson
S. II. Krllngp
E. ('. Rubbilil
J. Hill, 3d
TWn lltprcttntalu tt.
fuln fur (imirnor.
Arlington G. Canfiold O. 12U 70
Bennington S. Dewey O. 300 302
Dorset R. Bloomer O. 131 78
Glastcnbtiry A.G.Howes V. 5 11
Landgrove A. Bonson O. 32 It
Manchester L. Surgeant " 132 100
Pownal Morgan " 02 211
IVru M. Bachelor " 63 8
Readsburo W. Slallbrd V. 29 71
Rupert S. Rising O. 92 43
Somlgnlo J. Tutlle " 08 40
Searsburg Morse, Jl. " 7 11
Shaftshury None 109 190
Sunderland E. Bradley V. 19 49
Winhall F. Kidder O. 43 23
Woodford S. Morse O.
D. Alexander V.
L. Whitney O.
D. Dexter, Jr. V.
J. Duncan O.
W. Bullock "
B. Woodward V.
T. Go.idalo O.
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