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"WHY AM ! .NOT A RICH MAN P
"Why am I not a rich man I"' ssid i ery inlrl
lifent person to u. while Idling it splendid
quipage which rattled down H-oadnty. Il wit the
qulptge oft rata of wealth t rum of jealerdty,
parronu In the mere fathionib'e ph'aae. who
bide fortune toddenty bjr buying f.rn.t and telling
them cot in Jot, arid who u determined by the
plrndor of hu bouse, th magnificence f hi sinter
laloment. lb richness if. J varieiv uf I tUni.
lilt loud talk tnd consequential tir, to show tint lit , duclivofoil of tho Wrttcrn Slatet, tiidcd by their
co mil otiuny io tlie quiei utilities of soui hundred : extensive Internal improvement, are holding out in
"lt-n til PltU Jmrnal.
' 8tatk internal imphovkmcnt soci-
j At a meeting of tbe friend of lntrritl Improve-
nif nt.liolditi at tin) Court House irr Montpelicr.Oet;
,27. ISM. Hu Honor. DAVID It. CAMP, was
j cilled to ll,r chair Piwudfnl, and iho Hon I.t
j Fiitii.and dpt. J. Kni:r.Mn virrr aproint-
td Vice Pitrldcnlt, and Cius.li.i Pai.h;, Secte-
Tbo following prrmabte. and resolution were
, then introduced by tlie Hun. Il'illiom SUde of Mid.
Wktitat, lho Internal Improvement of a Country
by Road and Canal, it among the most important
meant for the develnpmmt oflti resource, and its
j advancement in wraith population and general
protperiiy ; and w licreao liiu mild climate and pro
) Art U Thit constitution enr be altered
amended, by a t0te oflU Socitty, at any annual
Tbe report km tiken np and acted open tectinn
br senior, and afler an anitnattO di'cusiisn upon
tbo general aiilij.wt of intcroJlSmprmcnicnt. nat
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"""""'"'"J conrurreu in.ana ;me cunilllullon a- ; read a ;ij time and passed lo t revnl ctreut
din; and thttlncal exlubilione.
Ilripct, llut it oiichlnnt to r
yean of diatindlon and wealth, whonem oflcoded
by otlnlation.or elnbit a heraldry to uhicli they
are not entitled. We Kated at letcral of tiimlar
growth the rirhet which tpriinf; op over night
like Jonah' a (Jnjrd eome by tpeculalion, nthera
by occcfiion i tome by fortune marriage, and
aome more creditably by mechanical labor and in
(Tenuity. -Why am not I a rich man 1 aaid tr.y
friend. ! must purchaac land tornvvilicie in th
doct menU wl.ieli a rapiflly ilrawipi' olTlhe pop
ulation and ueallh tf Vermont, to new and more
proriiifinc fields of rntrrpi'ue. Tberefore.
Iltiilrttl, That It It expedient to form a Slcttr
Inltmul lrtf.rlrmnt iyWrlV. fl the purpop of
conccnlrntmj; I'lliirt.fxcitiiic a fplnl of inquiry.and
ciiibod)in tuch facta in ri-nrd lo llm aneoltural,
roinmcrcial, ineniifocturmj , walor natter, and min
eral ictnurtca of Una ataie, aa thall enable it poo
dopted with amendment.
Tor Pretidei.t Hon. S. H.UKN.NISO.V.
Kur Vice Prrii!(ntc.
Win. C. Ilradley,
D. M. Camp,
Win. A. Palmer,
1'or Secretary K. P. Wallun
Aaat. " Ij. P. Pea.
For folate Central" Cflm'mlltce,
J. P. Miller, Dan Carpenter,
N. I'. Satrypr,
(!. T. Hndet,
a"'eMl M. HiUthj Mr Pierpoin. to pty ltufot Campbell
Hr.VATC milt incorporating tlio Clarendon , ih tnm meniioped , a bill In portninca f a rrao
man'ifacliinnjr Co., with amendmentt, which er ' lulloo from the hou.d, emponerinff tha Treaauraf
adopted, and lb bill paaaed to bn encrodf for of tint atate. to rereitetl." portion t.fmrrlua rl
lha relief of Allen Kmilh. lelating lo victualing of thn V. B. to hirh thit Mateuuy be. enll
hoiuea in Vergcimei.b.itli reported to Mr Hammond iW read and ordered to U encroi.ed i br Mr
n. Kinrioan, lo pay Kliphalet Heit Ihe auin mention
roporied by Mr ed, tcferted (n com. on rtainm ; ar eitalnltij; tbo
on rnn'Kin of Mr i principlrt on whirh lb Grand lift ainll be mada
Howe, laid upon tl.e tabic relilioj; In the appoint. op and eonaidcred reetlen by lertion, tarioMt un
i ment of elector of Prtiidcnt Ue. tttih. aitn-udmrnl , ucci'Ail proposal, of amendment made, a.ul after
j including the ballot ofKierulite ilepailu.enf, rn- much drdiatc In hlcll mutt oftbe b'loalurt parli-
ponere ana ouiri r oi ooiu nuiisea ; conrornu ir cipated, Win
wat,or in tho moon no mailer whcri ; I muni i pie lo dclermino upon the expediency of euioring
plunge inln the current of apt eolation, and ittim 1 on tuch a tytlrin f Itilernsl linprotemeiit a may
on to fortune anj eminence. I mutt be rich c- ! ten) to adtance tho value of iti staple prnductiunt;
ery body triei to be rirh: r.hy fIhII not bo rich ! ' retain its populaiionj gitefnih impulse to its cn
l am liberal In my diepoH-.nn, hoapiublu and flee, j terprite.and dieclore now objects forv the employ
I thotlld like to hate audi a cotch and nair a I merit of thu caritol. iiiL'cnullv and induitlrv ofita
boots of cnrrcaihindiiiL' magnificence. I abould
)ikt to thrjw it open totcral tiuu't yearly, lor the
jray and fathionable thronj; I nhould tiki you to
dine twice a week with me, and puniah a few bot
tle of old, very old, Madeira. Why am I not
rich 1 I detcrte to be rich ; I mutt bo rich,' aaid
lit muting and at interval dropping hi voice, aa
he alowly withdrew hit eyot ff0in th long catal
cado of coachet, and phutuns and tthiakcrcd foot
men. Hundred, no doubl, llmughl aa lie did; hundred
eiprernc" the same feelingo and felt tho tame dt
Iret, and all undor the delusion that money is
Wealth that thec'r, palpabtn gold and ailver conj
titote rlchet, and it is under tl in delusion that thou
tarrdt of mir ciliretii are rarking tbt.ir brains by
eight, their IhoiiRhtt by day, tu!ini and awcatiiij",
ind managing, and twl-tinir. tnd turnup out of the
common, tettlcd and regular order of thinge, to
Rt gold and ailver, unJor the iniprcaaiun that with
their poiacMion they will be rich. Statesmen,
pilitieian, nay th-j povernment illr. in inoculated
with the tame mania, and if all could auccccd, we
liall be compelled lo Maelioo our own bn-ilr ii'l
wait upon ourtclvca at lablo. The dcliiriun, how
r, contiataaimply in litis. in cnn&idcrinf; a piece
of gold the only reprcrcntatitc of ttcallh, and dia
regarding what wo oiirteltct potfrcs, which in an
equivalent lo tveallh. Wo aro for '.he most part
rich, without exactly knowing it. The anvil of
lL blackaniith it to him, with his hadicrali, a val
uable weighty lump of j;old he liven by il, and to
hit mind, habits and tvialiet, an well an he lite whu
paya out hit eaglet and half eaglet in the uiirket.
So with the painter to with the professional man.
the sculptor, the murician, tho man of talent, all
who poaaeM tho mmnt ofacqnirin wpalth arc ac
tually wealthy ; for, if tcmpcralu and iiiduatnout,
II their facultie aro convertible mslcriali into
wealth nay, arc moro talunblu and c'urable and
available, than the mire man of gold and filter.
Lei aucb a man awim to ifie ehore from hi' thlp
wrccked vcttcl, with the mechanic and tho man of
mind, and tee whu can acccetd in earning that
mortel of bread necettary to mMain life. What
doea the man of princely income do, which give
to him a.i many auppured tdtantagrt, tnd opens
the door to to much mooted happu,c T He uta
late turna day into night datt dlst hit time away
in trifling finikin employment drivej hii horses
and dogi givet grand dinner for ortcntation. and
large partlea fur faahinn, and it at beat a poor, dis
contented, dytpeptic patrician, ret peeled only for
hia gold and titter, anJ of no potable ut-o to the
community. Tako the nun of moderate meam-,
ana he employs life at life aught lo be employed
a mixtore of employment and recreaiion.of rational
ptcature and ditcrect hnrpiialiiy; godottnto what
It called the poorer claer, but which we call cub
atantially rich the hardy iiirihamc, and ee how
lie enjoy a life. Hum;; wilhlhcaun, hia labor dnca
not ceaao until tbe aun ainka into the weat. lie
returna to hit little family and mug tenement at
tjight, and nda an amplo board tpread by a frugal
wife; tbe amoking aleak, ihe good cup uf cofTce,
the while bread and butter, and an appetite thar
ptned by labor. Hit reptat nter, he ttket hit
cbobby boy on hia knr.', pmchet hit dirty, roty
The Hireling was thru addrcr-tcd by Merrrt
Sladu of Mlddlebnry, Story of Caven'ry, Pierce
of Woodstock, I'onboriKs of St. Johnobory.Cahnon
I.jndou and Stctcns of llarnet in la tor of the re-,
culutiun, which wne iiiiamiuuukly adupted.
Mr Fairbanks of St. Juhiitburry, then moved
that a committee of one from each county, be ap
pointed, to nominate officerr, for the society, which
motion mi adoplid.and the following, named gen-
llcincn appoil.lcd Esid Ccmmittee
. White, II. V.
G. Dana, J. A.
. Porter, Thorno
Vallett, I'.. 11.
Grand Me "
John V. Sickliujr.
C. W. Conant,
V. li. Phelp
A. 11. W. Tenny,
I.. It. Vil...
Mr Sladu moved the appointment of a coinmil
tec to report a Conrtitution for the gotcrniri,e.tit of
the Statu Internal Imprntcmcnt Society, and Mcttra
Slade, Coolidgo and Richmond were appointed.
Mr Waterman, of Montpolier, then intrudjeed
llic following rcaolution:
llctatetJ, That a committee of three be appoint
ed by tho President, to petition the General As
eenibly now in teuton, to appropriate ouch sums ah
may be nccersary to defrat tho expense of surveys
of the eaatnrn, western end central railroad routes,
now under contemplation in this elate.
The rcaolution ttau adopted, and Messrs C. Paine ;
of " urllilielil, Henry of Uockingiiam, and l oot ot
Kiilland, appointed eairl comdiittee, whereon thu
meeting adjourned till I'riday evening, Oct 29ih.
rixday Ecrning, Oj. 23.
Tho Convention met pursuant to adjournment.
The comnitiee appointed for that purpose, reported
the follow ing
Of (he Vcrmtinl Littrnal hnprovemenl Society.
Art. I. The Society shall bi denominated 'I'ht
t'irmont Inlrrmil Injiroremt-nl Syeitty.
Ait. Tho officers of thix Society thall bo a
President, 11 Vtcn Premdcnts.t Secretary, a Hoard
of MMiagfrr, and coinmillecs in each county, at
Art. 0. It shall be the duty of tho President,
and in caso of his abfence.the Vice Presidents in
order of iheir appointment, lo prerido in all meet
ingr of the Sociclt; and the Secretary rhall keep a
record of tbo proceeding.
Art. -I. Tho icu i'reidenls abail bo selected
from each county in the state, and shall hate power
at tny time to call county meetings, for purposes
connected with ihe objects ot this Society, and
thall preside i i audi nucting.
Art. 0. The Hoard of Mancgrrs, which thall
consul of three u embers cf the aociety, shall cor
respond from lime to time, vith the county com
mittee, and with tuch other persona as they may
For County Committees,
liennmgton, Stephen Hinsdale, Isaaa Donlltll
N. II. Ilultom.
Windham, J. C. Holbrook, V
Ilutland, Hanibal Hodgot, A.
riiaW, F. E. Pbelpt, S. W
Oianqt, Asa, Lowe, Hiram
Additon, Samuel Stvifi, Utirscl
Chittenden, Heman Allen, Harry Uradlcy, J. N.
tl'athini;lun, II. F. Janes, Thomas Ueed, jr.
Paul Dillingham jr.
Caledonia, Craalua Fairbatiku, Harry Sietcnr,
Franklin, Humer II. Hubbcll, Horace Hatun, A.
Ltiex, JohnDowey, II. M. Wcad, Win. Hay
OrUtmt, S. C. Crafts, Lemuel Richmond, J. A.
I.a Moille, Tho.Tiaa Waterman, James Tinker,
(irund Itlc. Samuel Adams, Hector Adamn.J. M.
Thin report was accepted, and the t-oininattona
ofthu commitlec confitmed.
On motion of Hon. Milton Ilrotvn, rcsoltcd, flint
all editors of papers in Vermont, friendly to the
caurc ol'inlciiial improvement be requested to pub
lish the foregoing proceedings.
Dvii M. Cvr, Chairnum,
Ciiaiu.ki I'ai.ih, h'icrctiiry.
IifffiNlaiure ol Vermont.
l'rcm fo'altom' Daily Journal.
I and Itie bill ordered to lie egrosred fr a !ld read
ing relating to the clecllioti of Senator in La
i muilo coutitv, reported by Mr Hrigg", ajd mi mo
I Hon of Mr Young, laid upon tbo tabta Jly Mr
, Phulp incorporating the Groat lVIsCo.,for man
ufacturing articles ol iron and bio, lefrrrod to
com. on nmiMifactote relaling to rcmnmn srlioola
rerxirted by Mr Walson, and laid upon tin; tuMc
to pretenl lurclblc entry cml .l.i. n, , i,r
1 Mr Henry, and on motion of Mr Hell i,n amended
that tin) rourl coimtst ofbut one justice of I ho peace
inul upon lire latile telaliiig In tho election of
Gov. tic, railed up by .Mr Merrill, read a H.1 ilcoe
to met it half paat l tlna
TllORfUAT, Nov. 3.
SKN'ATF. Rrporti of conmiltcct W, from'lhc
house laying lux on land in Newark, with amend
ment, reducing tax to 4 cents per acre, and pub
stituting Isaac Dentitsoii for Mr Sponrcr, as col
lector, amendment agreed lo and tho bill read a 3d
time and passed ; from l be linixc, bill relating to
Judicial proceedings, with proposals of amendment
discussed by Messrs Ilcbard, Pierpoint, Briggs.
Palmer and Sheldon, amendments rejected, and the
bill indefinitely postponed.
Rctulutiont Mr Pierpoint called up the resold
lion from the house, appointing a committee to re,
tie with supcriiilendanl of Stale Priton; to report
to the Gov. Mr Steele mmcd an amendment, re
quiring the superintendanl himself lo make a de
tailed report annually to the, Gov. and dispensing
with a com. for thai purpose amendment concur
red in, and on motion of Mr Phelps, iho renolution,
as amended, laid upon the table.
liillt To pay Amos Thompson the sum men
tioned, sent up from the house, non-concurred in ;
ptntiding for an electoral balloting by Ilia mem
bers ofthc houcc and senate, al Ihe court house in
Monlpelier, Nov. 8, 1830, read twicn and referred
to Judiciary committee ; Ly Mr White, incorpora
ting ihi bank of Pooltney.read and refcricd lo com.
on banks ; authorising Turnpike companion totrans
fcr atock lo towns on certain tcrrnt.rcfcrrcd lo coin,
on roads and canals ; incorporating Middle Falls
manufacturing Co. rrad a 3J lime and passed ; in
corporating Rutland Railroad limit, amendment 1
and parsed rclatit.g to appointment of elector of ! ''"f Franklin bu'lding"
Prnaidrnl, called up bj Mr Hripgs, rule suspended,
and thi bill read a 3d time and puseil relaling
to noli and bill of exchange, called up b Mr
Heuy, amended by glting three diva grace on all
demands except lor specific articles, ordered lo be
engrossed foi a 3J reading relating to bills ofdi
torce, called up by Mr Howe, amended, read a 3J
time and pasted another bill of a r.imilar uile, In
definitely postponed. ,.t,(!j,
HOUSE. The M-tcrol bill lo incorporate Innks
at llrandon, lleiimujioti, Poultney, Hlark River
bai.k and Washington eo, bank, were con-ldcrcd
and laid upon the ta'ilo.
UilwiLi. Hill taxing Lmvel recommitted.
HilU to settle lino bcl ween F.lmoreand Worcttter,
In incorporate Arlington manufacturing Co., rela
ting to interest, and lor pcrmiting tho member of
both houses, ollicers, kc. to tote for electors of
-'resident without going to tho ordinary place of
election ordered ro a 3d reading. Hills fur weigh
ing of hay, Sic. ond to prevent the spread of infec
tious diseaac among sheep dismissed. Petition
for tux on Wedlock and the bill relalite to grand
list laid on the I a tile.
Mr Stafford lisd leave of absence afler tomorrow
and Mr Pierce (audilor) alicr Tuesday ncx'.
Tbe committee to examine accounts ofptipe rin
tendant ol Slnto House made report rofentd lo
com, on auieiintcndants report.
The com. on Agriculture reported against any
law on Agriculture.
The Gov. announced, by message, the resigna
tion of Jud;n Klowcl of Lamoilo co. nud of Brig.
Gen. Utland Fletcher.
flie petition or citizens ororwrl! wns referred
to com. on licenses ; of Amos Spear and olhrs lo
com. of Way nud Menu-,
Mr Carpeelnr of IV. called up the resolution for
odjournincnt sine die Fndty, Nov. 11, agieed
upon and tbe resolution adopted
Mr Dewey of G. introduced u bill rotating lo
Stale Prison, referred lo General committee.
llilli .anrd. Incorporating Grunt J'djj -nanu.
factuiing co, and WlmUorjand Plymou h Ascutney
Iron t'o. allennjr the term of Sunrciue Court In
I Chiti ndt'm county.
! The remainder of tbo evening wa apenl iarom-
milieu vf uic w'iiiIo vit ii, i.iu ,.ui,v, i K,.j
1 lt. A.M.
HOUSE Me.ar Fool, Peek, Colby, IMibanka
and Smith nf C. were appointed com. on bill loei-
I'mtur, Nov. -1.
SDN'ATK milt incorporating tho Rutland
Railroad Bank, delivered to the Gov. for signature;
incnrporatu.g the Great Falls nianuraclimng Co.
rcpurtcd by committee without amendment, order
ed to be eug.-nsrcd for a 3J reading ; ascertaining
the priuciplu upon which tbo grand list shall be !
mado up, reported by Mr Palmer from tbo select
com. with lis opinion that the umondinunt ought !
not to lake plare ; lo pay H. licit the sum mention- !
ed, rcpuilcd by coin, w ilboul amendment, read a '
3.1 lime and ousted ! relatui" in iuiIik ir.,1 I, .11. ,.C '
I'etitom ij.r, Upmonnlranrn of citir.ens of Tin-
moiilh to uiembi-rt of Rutland co. petition of l ili
r.ena i.' Waitsfield lo coin, on military afljlr of
cili7eiu of Slinreham to com on licenses ; uf T.
Rust to select com of three.
llriorti. Snveril reports made ami the aubjticU
disposed of as follows ;
Ordered i third rviiirrnj Hills inrorporatinir
Hartford and Norwich Railroad Co St. Albant
steaiubual Co, Mutual, HI ck river marble and
t sonp stone, and Milli niiinofieturing rmnpanics
tirnnmar school at Riuhmond ; for llm relief of Ihi
town of Swarton, of Ihvis Culling, of lluoeh
Hall and others, and of Joseph Weeks; in addi
tion to act relative to leitbrr acalorn.
Laid on the tille. Hill to reclmrter bank uf
Montpeher petition ofsuinlrr person lo be set
off to Ilaltimorn oflniHteri of Ltndou and bill
bill for relief of Xcrrr.an (.'levelaml petition of
Mutual Iih. Co, with lentc to bring in a bill bill
relative lo Lamnile co. Grmiiumr school and laniN,
Nini made the order for tomorrow,
J. Way, D. Howling, John Proc'.or, ritieu of
Lyndon fur a bink, and mechanics of Monlpelier
hud leave to withdrew their petition.
Dimiisted, IIiIIh for relief of Phiehia Stearns.eii-
j imxing parti of sundry towns lo Ilnllimnre, repeal
i ing usury act, to incorporate Peoplr'e llauk, and Ik
disroutiuuo a road from Rutland In Shrewsbury.
Tbo General com. report cd against tho resolution-,
relative to town piupera and certain tuwn
Tho Gov. by message, announced the real gna
tiou ofjudce Bottom of llennington co.
Messrs Msy of W. anil Scar obtained Icato of
The 'omliitiun (or adjournment without day e
licited a warm discussion, Mr Tracy ami others'
for, and Mr Filch ami others agiinnt laid upon thu
Kii'iiiir, Nov s,
SKNATH mill by Mr Briggs, for relief of
Louis Grandy, convicted of keeping a house of ill
fame in Veri-emief, fined $ I5().,md committed fur
want of bail rend twice nml lunl upon the table,
ll,poitt ofCommitttrt bill relating lo hichwayi
reported by committee on road and canals laid
on the table; incorporating the Harm manufactur
ing Co.; by .Mrllonrv, wilh nmni!iucnt reducing
the capital to S1GU 000 and providing fur the first
Hireling ofthc corporation within one year.ameiid
ment adopted and tl o bill ordered to bn engrossed;
Mr Hell, the bill iucurporatint; literary and tciouli
fic institutions, reported with ainciidmeut which
was adopted and the bill read n 3d tiuic.and com.
milted fur amendment ; by Mr Pierpoint, from llm
com, on clniiiis; to piy Jme Dei'V and Adol-
exchange, lead a Jd lime and passed ; alieriiig the 1
n-un ui mo .-uprcmo t.o.iri in ti.u county ot Ulul- , ,u Paul, and tl.e bill to pay Samuel B. IJoolh,
tunden, sailed up by Mr Young, and ordered lo bo i,e sum inenlioued in each, (claim growing out of
engrn.ted f..r n 3.1 reading fnrurpuralitig Fiank- atta of suspeiisiMiil bo'.h hud uoon thu toble.
Iin county Asylum for the poor, read a 3J tune and ; It.uilutioiu from the house, assigning u day fur
pissed ; relating to the Grand li-i, called up by Mr election or Brigadier Gcm-ralr Mr Phelps mov.
Vnn Sicklen, tbe ipie.lton boing upoti tho amend- ! ed an amendmuni, protidiug for the eleelioii ofa-
merit proposed by Mr Pierpoint, to rtrike out all
ailer ihn enaeting clause, was debated by Bell, Van
Sicklen, Sliclcon, Young, Waterman, Barnes
againsl the mutiuii to amend, Pierpoint and Rao
ney, in favor, and decided in the negative, yeus (I.
my 20, ihe Senate acting as in com. of tl.e whulo
Mr While in ilm chair, laid upon the table and
made the order of tho day for ihe afternoon.
Jlriolulton by Mr 1'lielps, requiring the agent
by ihe house, concurred in by senate ; relaling to
frrs of the Judges of ihe suprem. court called up , lcl,u ie co,Ce(n of t!)0 'Vunm,.i Suic Ltnk
uy ill Wilier, autneated rjy .tjessrs in n, iiamuiona ,,, e,,miil. . I,. u-i.i.i,.. .. .
; Convr reo and Pierpoint, opposed by Merrill, Steele prop,rly of (,id 1)Suk . vattl.A,
Banney and Sheldon, when Mr Hebtrd moved to j --,erporaling the Atcuincy Iron man-.-amend
by erasing H after tl.e enacting clause, and . h.ttlnt!, Ci)t loporic(j by cofll. w,, br(.H)tl.j
sub.lituling a tettlon to increase the salary of the memJlm,M wlicfl w adopted Ad..
1, 1,1. an.. A. ..Mm ntlll.n klllllJ.lj.l 11 . 1. I 4
.1 . .1 , ...
iiuiiiur urig. noil, on uio tatmj uay,wiiicli was a
dopted, and the resolution, thus amended,' ao con
ViVj the bill ascertaining the principle upon
which tbe grand list ofthia ttntu thill be mide,
was taken up, senate in com, of thu whole, consid
ered by secliuiK, furtlmr amended, reported thj
amendments concurred in, and the bill, when
Tint bill, In itt pretenl shape, excluda bratt
cloek and tiiini pieces from tloi lial placua ttud
horses, except those employed aolely fur labor at
S.'jO taxes foieign biuk stock, ateain boat, turn
pike and other corporations pliers capital cm-
cheek, and runt hit linger through hi mailed I deem proper, for tlie purpose of eliciting tuch in-
hiir lalk with hit wife on houtehold afliirt, read
the ptptr, or cotivertet with hit neighbor on the
belt maa of sating the commonwealth, and when
the hour ofltat amies, he stirtchra huntelfou hi
bard, but bttllhy bed, tnd toon hi serin, are
tletped icio lorgenuincsa, and m sleep it tweet
formation in tegard lo ihe Agriculture, Commerce,
Manufacture, water power, and mineral, and other
resources of Vermont, and also in rrgard lo the
, eflectt upon tf.ete interests, in other Slate, of im
protemeotaby rtilroada and canals, aa thall be
deemed useful in determining whether it will be
and aound, until tbe thrill c.'tnon of the cock awa- fur ihe interest of the people f thit State to under-
Vena him on tbe morrow to renewed labor.
Out then Le baa no cotch. Hat he nut 1 He
baa onlr to go into iLe street tnd hold op his fin
lake such imptotcmrnls.
Art. 0. There htil be appointed a committer
of three persona in each county in tbi stale. whose
i Judge dollars per annum, adtocated by ilr I ployed by merchant and other, hjlher owned
Sheldon, opposed by Mr Bngge, when Ihe blaul: HOUSL Mr fitch moted a recontidoralion of . or burrowed, al I) per cent upon the wholo amount
was fillod wilh 9200, on motion uf Mr Pierpoint. i the resolution fur adjournment sine die agreed to I invested, and taxes building upon public lands.
j Mr l'licl;)i called for thu ayes and lists, when Mr ' and tho rtiolulion Lid upon the (able. , Th-(e ac tbo essential provision j uf the bill that
Kanney again addressed tlie senate in opposition iiuu intro'iucea. jiy cir uarpenier, ol w . in- umer irom iue cxu-.ing jaw upou wig tuojeci oi
to raising ibe salaries, followed by Mr Hobbcll.and ; corporaling Waitsfiuld manufacturing Co. by Mr luxation
Mssrs Porter and Briggt in fttor. Mr llebard ssk- lUtliinao, fur Warren manufacturing Lu, by Mr
cd Ihe palieaac tf Ihe seiic row imiuh iiIi, and I B'Jckmialrr, ful Mttslfeld n ii ijiciunri. By
gate his reasons in favor ol tbe aniendrnent.at pro- ' Mr Adim of G, I. adding Grand Ihr en, to 3 . hi
posed bv himself arid against the bill- Mr Mernl dlcial rircuit, and Lamoile co. to Ihe fllb- ordered :
alaled bit reason for voting in favor of the amend- , to n 3J reading.
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ment would be. tliat .1 nxeu no amouni or com- p.ii......... . ,hi up toe .., .orjti.og rim- , Uij,ty, , cmn, ,l0 ,(. ,j by Mr
pcnsat.on lobe added-nt thai he w at opposed , Im coamy builJings, and Mr feroilh of Si. A. re- I pftrk rr,n,, , Vt. Muts.al Kue In.urai.ct. Co.
' HOUSK On mulion, Monday fioviiodil wt
fixxd fur a joint comiii'tice to cltvt Gcneials in 'JJ
and 3J division of 1st brigade.
IliUby Mr Carpenter ol W. to prevent i-ainbl-
I ing.iHfrrrcd lo Gen Coin.j by Mr Cjnve;se,ie!sluig
. ..ijt.i mi r.... . i. , iinii il .hsi' to. t n itis-iint inniiirie in in!r is. .
Ell. .u . .uimuiu uiimi.ui luu mui iui' .. ... , . . . . v . v ..... - r. . i , . .. .i. i . . . i i .. . .. j .. . i.
I,, drive, as . ih ..,!...!, .,l y.. i " i , toective counties, rela.ite to ll.o tariou. ...b-ecl. i " 4,,"? ' Ju" " l"IU'? ""..r" nu,u" ,u "."""-"I'H- - " to Judiciary com.; fr rlif of Norm... CUarel.
7r . , j" 1 1 - - ' Mr Wlnic opposed I he ainenomeiii, ami t pune in .Tiinin ui ai. a. rrtcy and rtek, aiw nptsosta by ,,,.,-,-
i. hit coach jibile rte ojcuple. .1, and be leaves ,t j .pev.fiej in the foregamg ariicle. and to rrport tbe , J PP f . Uimi y s o(L WJ "' ......
ben.Dd where be please. Can the man of geld ,!' " oint. u, Ihe Hoard nl Manager. ' ' .,, ,Kb . ! f i,.. r,ltl .d ,vt,. ,nJ i lU. Several rrtde tnd lU.d-po.td of :
trad .liver do more Il ,. all . error, a mi.con-; op r before .be f.r.t day of Se,slen,ber annually. hM f - amcjll. ; M w- refM(;, u , w (f ; U,der,l to A ready, tending Ih... of
ccptloo, t delutioo. We are all rich when we 1 B"rJ of Maa.ger thall, at each annual meet- m..n,. 1n,nd L,, jail yard in Washington county; nseuiporat.i.g
r" wllliia oaraelve. the me.n. of eeqn.riog S ! S..ett . m.ke . repor. embodj.ng such ' 1 I fa , , , , j. ,Ieelo s,, , -f.etgrinr compn.,s, W.rre,, Walt, river,
wealth. W. hue no poor rxcrM the idler and .nform.lMn a they may has. ..b ained from tbe by Mr Sheldon. V.id w yes. I I. , died up and pas.co. Adj. ' " n " VT J T ' u
ih drunkard. t raid cnuntr cowwutcei.tiHicIiinff the objtcU uf tlui u B cro'',J "J "' . ' r i j Moilir, Felcbrille bttinrl, tiotiU hprifitfseld.
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There .lull be
m i .i . k r l.j
. it .r.V"' il . . A . "I" " the totietytt Monlpelier, or. tbed.y next turceed
t.lt Ihal h. raalA not aland us nut of doors n I ' ' . r . .
cald to be tothin in lb tire that bere coold but
co pcrtan look at bira al a time.
y .1 . I .-li -1 . j: It.
annual meelin- of w V i"r K' ' - "J "o.-K.
,rrA Watermin moved mat me yin uo .iu opoo too .-irceeo-
L. o.uum... r ..j il,-i.
. ... .s.. i..f-.),. ltti.:.Ur.at triers oVlwl PPnco oy .m, ur" - -
SHNATE llqitrli of (ommitlrti Mr Young
from Ibe corn, on road, and cto.ls. tbe resolution
from Ihe house requiring the Gretu Ml. Turnpike
I Co. to she causa why tbeir charter should riul bo
Tuulridg-: end Williams rlvrr intnufacturing Cu's.
and Bltck Rirtr rtrd Co.
Isiid oh Ihr la'At. Bill for distribution of sur
plus revenue lo tbe several towns appropriating
P. M.. at wlmh time the President. ice 1'iesi-
dectt, Scretary,ltVard of Manager and covuly ; HOUSE Mr Smith of St A. ral.ed up Ihe bll ; varated, .hat Ihe aarce ought not to pits. Mr 000 fer Stale Muum. (final tpproprutionj
commitlee thall be chosen. I rechtrtering the bar.k of Su Alb.n tuppnled by 1'ierpoiol called Tor a staleuitnt or Tacta, and in- u pty lebbetia Ljerlon 9i.l 07 recliartenoif
A k.3JKt sua. One Mr Foot, t plout tract Art. 6. Every freeman of thit title la to le I Smith of S. A. Foot. Vila a, Hale tod Sawyer ot rj.irnd af ihe chairman of com, if it t pp.. red that bank of CVad tt ineorpouitog Blaek riser Bink.
pedlar la Coaneellcut, .ai poetted ofaoUrgean ' considered at basing H'btof metabcrtbip in ibis II. opposed by C. K. Field, Fitch, Htoiil on arid tbe r'd had beeu indicted tnnut.ly for the la.t 10 petition for ttx m Hruniwick, and bill taxing
BttdtraUodiag. I. c be bad to isr-e feel, tbt be Socitty.and entitled to vote lo lit mtetiegi, and Dee, and ordered lo a 31 reading, yttt 100, uo jearal Aoawer. that . I hid bu frtrjotnt.y ! L-jwel.
Ui tP fell fait paatalooM ua ot er hit !wd' J p.rticipttt In its dehlxratioos, 94. House adj. ; dieted , Itid uep lh ttb'c. , Z7.ttntt.-y B ' OMmeaer bool at Ilce-