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Af .Mr mm 4m Mr Clay w
'Wi n.-i ' -iiil, ai.-l rwfcJ.
Mr c ol -tl- bf rrnl Ul IV nh 'r
rnnfl tn u!fire. th.H the cotir of Air
l.i. . t Jv ,rn8 an,-. ,..,,, ,,f mlr.' ! K"? uncnrbtronly oJ ronapilr
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t - J bif i-n l altrmpKiJ ') ri4 Km"
bmf n h Ii I roppomi muM w chnl
lr. Il Iiotrw, i-vidTitly lx
nocii ri.-iirl (o Wf. 1 1c thrctr iIohh tup
"ti uri I r(trirtl ihM h wnoU nU rfplp,
.nt iri-itr, .,'.,) he bfwulii notice the moiitr.
TIIUUSDAV, AU(ii;ST 1 l
) ha- In all a;. war' 1 - prrrr'f
i it J niriN in met) Mi 1 1 ; t lor"
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.h nnimaJ dunr mid nrirn- m ih" prv j ., , J( ri(liwio i,,vr,n ,fKiC lH0 g, ,,,
of fonnilalion. jpvo nfT Hi nm- m , f Ci)Urm!t , xciira much fee ling, inorr
cntni'.m) in Uir winf nil ifli- cUIUuge Jrom Mr. King
, .-.:r! l t!u' (tuny, vliir!i s nn-; . op cud wi nil hUs The irwpwiM-
Ihf irwimn- w inixl Willi vimo ,f i'iM. howcrcr, look the matter in
unllmir In M-taiii II. Sn:iw wnlcr Imrol .with n virw to prevent the challnirgp.
mi avrnc!tiir;J rlnmiilry liavt- adviwd Mr. Kinj !mit under bonJ to kr p tin-
rtiHf tn ftlrvw iidulcr ovrr tfio litUr , pnce. An.l with a view to prrvi nt tin' tic
( tin HblAr, nl on llic 1m yard, in cptanee of it tlionld out U gm-n. Mr
'.r.W ilwt it inljihuric ncid limy seize ; clav w P" on,,''r 1,0"J "Im I" M '
.,iiti lli wienrmi? wiimonm. Ik I )ana uo,,,, V,,V,J0US 10 P,occ 'lIr- K
. ry corrwlly a-rl tlmt them i no; Jwn "ithont pmiinp Mr C. m it
-i r n. v,...,. i '- i challanac over puMl 1 lirwigh
fnl! or ci.l.c urm.. ,-VHrnlas W' of Iricnd, th,, dir&uliv w?.
. .i.:i. .. . i 'iidjn; ln cj public rvil.iinlinn took nlticr in
r.-,.,Mrr Mmnoiiw. w iH-h jnnot h ,, & m,8 , tlu.rmaU(,rs MldtdJ No.
. in luraiutic htHlc by llic 1 'f Uv , lwJ , Mf CJ .ollIlJ ivt.
'.t; 1m r llie tnif, MMentifir, i cJai,t Mt ,t ,M fxprtl( f,om ,Mr.
1.. r !ikrood? of wvmir nmniiinia ; in(f, tlio Lco Tocos linvo fii.l.-av.
MiniM-, i th frn your lwm ynnl, !orHJ to throw iho whole odium upon Mr.
i..M-, raid stfnUc collnr, with pfonry of' cIj.
i-'iild or Ioaiii, tjml (Jits mninonin of 1 Vc y resn c fillv vvim
in- will foftk llic M'lioic mass into
i inml doirHlrfu food for nlnnfc ; iiii-
ss dmtaf nnd nriiio nro mixoil fiom ; copy ihu followin? fiom
' ir first atiit! of fcriiu'iitntion, a Chariion Mercury ol the 27th tilt:
rrc jKirtion cif tlir-aininmiin contoin-
i in and t-wierated liy it, is uisijkiUM
run vick I'miiiit.VT.
Ji:t)'HtAII II. 1IAIMMS,
Polk snin5t Ihc Tnriff
in7'Tli following xtrart ftnm a Snerrh
ileliwpd hr JAMKS K. 1'OI.K hnforii rtic
pM-pV of Mjdlion Ciinniv. on the Id dav nf
April, 1813. utlifthmv ihm li ii nml nlwav
h!i bcon. n ttnrtirtiprtitniMiig opnmoni of a
rnciTircTivr I mrr :
"Tlip illWrrtirr IxM n'ern lirVinirp nntm
I'.ilillllll t'lirlt t till liliirli In- f Mi ll.i.
toi lliumy uri. nml mvrll f., u liill llicy
nm ip ihIiiii iiIi v nf 1 1 ! i ilmliiui nml n
I'mti rlni" 'I mill-Ui'iimi wlilcli I nm
IiIit mliinii to llif Intrn-st oriliv Cntiiitri,
.mil csm -lull) to tlio inli'irili nfthi' I'liinl.
Inv Mtiitro I lino Mnullly anil nt all linn,
( mto 'Jbe hoin? of us utlrr .'ulsiiy. Vet
u l rrr rsertioB u-rrt fo pwhivrly made
. imi ra unliitiiliinjflr held (o n tutor tin-
unth ha; hern made out. and ih niiompt at
MlMSTKIUAIv AND IH'LITICWL
We nrf n it ahlf lo give to our enrrrspm
dent 11 O. the nifiirinftfion lio asUt fur in
his conununicalion, nor da wo conccivo it
to be of the least possible conjoin nee
S S I'll ELI'S.
Hi;rt ni.ifw Ori iri: )
iah, July "2." 8 . M i
W'c rMrnct the following from the St.
Thom isfinnllior vulgar error prevn-, Augustine :Ne s, hxtra, oftho 23rd inst.:
nl. tit ov.'li ninoiyr inlelligc'iit fiirinerc, " nrnvnl m Key JVest, a few days
c.i wit. tlmt when Innds are much worn, SI,K'!,' r a ,v s'("' r,nm !,,L' sPa,"'h M.
Ihr-v lire cxhtillsKHl of their vogHnhle .wc ,or"" .,l,n.1 lho 1,rcne'1 Oovcrmnrnt havo
MintW.wherMwitiso.dythe nlkalinn bn nciirrlj. rngaged for the last tivo
. tinernl or v.-gotahlo, or nuinml, '"n""nS1 ,a'lnB ra,,i5; B'f'ng rind other-
"I linvf no lifOlnllnit In ilrrtnrliicTirA'I
i a .if is v nun or tmi: i.i.ui:ii th can not
." "I a i i io.i tn- i a.n in tiii; i;
M I i;i .STATIC." Jitmr K Polt to llo cil
iiiin ul Ciiil nifiali, April lvl 1.
The Nashville ITnion, llie orgm of Polk
and Jackson, holds the follo. in j Innrjiingp :
"Wo wi-h it homo in iniml. "lliat the np
pressivn Taiiffof 1812, ha lioen rnndctun
ed by every trueilemocr.it. ami In- none morn
decidedly than .Mr Van Diiren. THAT ITS
PROVISIONS A UK VI HWKD WITH A 1!-
JtUHIIiSNOK IIY GOVKIINOR POLK ."t
ALL II IS l'lilUNDS WE NUliD NOT
FARMERS LOOK HERF ! !
"The Wool-Orowers consiiler tlio duty
upon foreign Wool as important to their pros
perity. 'Vii.t opinion is founded in crior!"
James K. Polk.
"Mv opinion is thai WOOL should!,? ,h,iu
free!" James K. Polk.
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mm nru wauui g ... ..uicm-,, , m,,rr v . from Porto Il.-llo to Panama.
HIV lor , .nfinrctitir llin Allinlnn.l fnlC, n.n.....
I I 7- I
I'Mni, ihiw io geiicrrnr nun nii c uiiisu upon
. . r I .!.; ... . i..
lino a fcinte oi cu-coiii KiMiiiui, ready ior,. .,;,, ,ilf, Ail.iminn.l iy,r rw,....
(lie Awd of plants. Let fnrnior.s then nl)1J doingawnv for the present any nltemnt
te find .save those t)poI) cullir.,, (1 cnna , tlc jstnns
illialine will, viz : hv attending to the i
a.nin.mmoflhestnhhw.iLs Mam des-, SOUTH f'AUOLINA, l'OLK, THE
. mM: Krhnj) hv ridding charcoal to, TAHIFF A N ID NULIFICATION.
t!ie comtiost, which is an nhsorher of. hive the rccrnl oxtraordiuary Idler
.annu.nia, feeding iH.theaihon and am.'0''1""- lsycI- ""'.an, n.vpr.mj his
..Minn to iilants; hv appropriating their! "PP-'hionf that Chy would be elected
i I -i ' ' 1 I i and calling on the South to preniro lo nil
.Lshes leached and uiilenchcd, to the i ir ,. .i.,1:, (r; M,t i' i . 1
i , i i ntr i wy Hie J nnli nqaui. Mr.llo mts has been
N st advantage, m il nlmvunjl hy Inn- !rUIlmifl fod ,m b c of i
r,g those fields wh.ch Imvr lwn long t,.irms ,() hm lhnl 'k,l(or Th
: ix.-l I hy crojis of whant and clover. ; jith.nclosis with the fullowin? iiurstions
Lirnier hhotild never loose sight ( j. Are vou in favor ofthoelrciion nfMr.
"I Hi- all-important fact that his slnhle. pul! and 'Mr. Dallas, the Dt mocrnlic Can
i Utim- donhic its original quantity di Litis fir dip PrisiJ. n-y and Vice Pnsi
"i iiiininnincnl silts in the progress nf dency of the United StnPs? and are yon
'ii miuiositinn, which is effected in or no"t, of thcopininn lhatihe friends ofSouth
in vi'tiili. r. within thirtv davc Carolina, should be giun in good fiith for
' i. liii-n Mivc ihifi tre.ijjiire hv I're- 'l'1
qn-nllv thiowing into his ham-yardi Whatever may he your opinion of Mr.
uid stables in addition to his straw and , 1 01 Is "u"yi cvr."1 ol 'is rhction
litt'T. swamp niuck,liog-peat, charcoal,
or if these at tides are not easily pro
cured, Milistituto common mould or
loam ; the more cold and f-our the
earthly matter, the more readily it
combines with the volatile salts gener
ated by the rotting manure. S. Y.
HoilYohii Moi.assrs. When molas
ses is used in cooking, it is a prodigi
ous improvement toboil&skimit lieibre
you use it. It lakes out the imp!cn.nnt
raw taste, and makes it almost as good '
lo tfPctn repeal of ihe Tariff of 1812 and
to break down the protcctivo system, have
yon nnv dotihl of the sincerity of his oppo
sition lo the entire system of protection, and
that the influence of his high ofiico will be
in good faith exerted lo subvert it?
We are, dear sir.
With lho highest regard and esteem,
Vuur ob't seruants.
F. II. ELMOKE.
II. HA I LEY.
II. W. CONNER
J o this I tier .Mr. Ilolmrs replies:
For Lieut. Governor.
For Senators fur Rutland Countv.
K. N. ItKIGGS,
joski'h ii. ciiitti:noi:n(
SOLOMON FOOT, First District.
GEO. P. MAP.SI1, 3d District.
C!EO. H. CHANDLER, .hi, District.
Arc lho FrccniPii of Riitlnnd Conn,
ly luviiro of llic Hour iipjiroiidi
of ilic day wIipii llioy arc again
lo exercise their privileges, ni-d
vindicate their Wglits al the bal-lot-box.
In one week from ncxl Tuesday (lie projilc of
luiiium nn- iu in- riiiicti iijoii, onrp more lo
Mislitiii hy Uicir tolrs. nn'min'ri. v. Midi In
lliciit lire of llic most vilitl iinporlnnce. .Ire
Gi:Nii.r.Mi;N: I have
niucli in cook;
Where molasses is iisedi .vonr 'lttor '" liich two queries arc dis
king, it is well to nreivire ,i,,c,y Put aml ns distinctly u ill reply.
i- no or two galltJiis in this way al n! 1 a,n in '!vor ' 'he election of Mr.
l.tno. j folk and Mr. Dallas, nm decidedly of t)e
. I opinion that South Carolina ought to vote
27. IhavrnodoubtofMr. Folk's sin
eerily trhen he declared his opposition to
tic enure system oj protection, and if elec
i.i i .'ii . i ... . ...
fd i Vou ready for llic question 1 Here it is.
'rem the CahJanian,
CLAY A N D T 1 1 E "H 0 N DS" AGAIN.
The radcr will seo hv lho f.illouinrt
thut lho infamotu fabrications ofihePolkius! ''i hcwM endearorlo subvert it,
tMpccting the flory thai Mr Clay acceptidi Having answered your epilations, I might
n chalcnge to fight n duel with Mr King,1 here stop, but I may be permitted lo express
ami was put under Bonis lo prerrnl hit ' my surprise, that any doubt should have ex
fighting, are sc. t erod to tho winds. As to ' ,!,ed of my wishing success to fhe 'Annex
our admission that Mr. K. chnlbngwl Mr ' "J0" Candidate? as I deem iho incorpora
C. we have only to remark that vc maJe it j 'n "" Texas into this Union as vital, mid
upon locofoco authority. j the only hope I now entertain nf nddin?
M. Ciiahwick There aprvears to be 1 'hat gnat and valuable Torrir rv- to our
much minpprchrnsion rilatno to the af- vonlcjernte hmpire, is through the success
iiir in the U. S. Senate be tivern Mr. King. ! oftho Democratic pirty.
cemcprning which so much is now said hyl ' remain, gentlemen,
Mr Claj's epponrntf. Even you, sir, liij With great respect, your ob't servant.
jour rrmatks on this subject in vour lust 1 E. IIOI..MKS
Ppr, wm'toadmitthecorrcctnsoftheiri We call tho attrntion of A'jjkjioxt
A X I)
I'l'OlCCti O II I-' V f 'B' ! fi , r.
NCI AS-UMI'TInN Of
to nnxuFiT tiii:
ANIi PUT TIIK
on a level ivilh slavi;
AXD A WAH WITH
j pirsml Tiiriir. and ih doctrine ol iretoction.
HE IS HY THESE MEN WARM-
I LY SUPPORTED AS THE OPPO
NENT OF SUCH A MEASURE A"
IK ELECTED HE WILL .MOST
: fSUREDLY CARRY OUT THEIR
j PRINCIPLES. Are there any who yd
! elool.1 this 1 We nsk such to read thn Ipttcr
of Gov. Jones which we publish on the out
jideof thispaper. If his testimony isdeem-
oJ insuflieiont, wo refer to the stntemen's
maelp hy Mr Holmes a locoloco mrmher of
Congress ant! a tnnsi bitter opponent of pro
treticvi. Tho ANNEXATION QUESTION
isalso most important in this election, and
slt-mld not for a moment be lost sight of.
It is deeply to be regretted that upon this
qiustiwi tho entiro vote of Vermont
hn given where it would be most
effective. Put 'our enemies have sown
tarts, in the whig liinks nid we are now
unable to present an undivided front in np.
position to this project and it would appe'ar
that our vote in reference to lliis important
matter is to be patlially neutrsihzi d. Let
every one be once more reminded that eve
ry votu cut fur the Third P.nty candidates
o just half a vote for POLK Si AN
NEXETION nnl AGAINST THE
TARIFF while, onecast for the Winn
No.mixi;i:s is a full vote aoainst thciu
VILE MEASURE and in FAVOR of
PROTECTION. In WM. SLADE, the
Whig nominee for Governor we all be
hold a firm unwavering friend to the
full protection of AMERICAN INTER
ESTS while he is the uncompromising ene
my of the project of Annexation nnJ tho
extension oftho Slave power. His aboli
tionism is of a much older age than is that
oft he new bortiZcnlols who now profess so
much love for this principle, and yet, who
invariably condemn ull action calculated to
speed it onward. In the name of common
sense, we ask who are the leading nbo.
litionists of this country? Whoaiotho
men who have 'plied tho laboring oar,' in
this cause, and given to the 'spirit' of aboli
tion its present tone nnd character ? Is
it Mr Birncy, Hon. Titus Hutchinson,
Judge Shnfior, 11. It. Thrall, Rodney V.
Marsh 1 Mr Nicholson I of Wnllingford,
andlhcmiscrnblo political 'harpy' St.Clair ?
oris it such men as John Qui.ncy Adams,
Wm. II. Si:waiid, Wm. Sr.ADr;, C. M.
Clay. Edward Evukijtt, Mr Gin
nixus, and a host of such men who arc de
puting their mindf and energies to this sub
ject? We cannot believe that the inte'lligeni,
the honest and sincere abolitionists of Ver
mont are to be much longer cheated out of
their votes by the cant and twaddle of such
men as now control the action of the liberty
paity of Vermont; nor do wo believe they
r - . .
can i. iii iii seeing tne true issue now
seated in relation to this question.
' ibtppfiiMin has inn tho mwiuntifipel condemna- whether the Her. Mr. Kinsman of Chester
titxi of ll honest mm. JA'S. K. POLK is tkt Rov. Mr. Kinsman to wlrrtn nl
wm nominalwl through tho influenco and , udes, or not. Tho Mcr oftho gentleman
by tho voters of that portion (2 3) of the as published in tho 'Age,' sufficient!;' (of it-
eofiKu parly who arc tnpit hostile to tho ' solf) condemns lho man, and if it noes not
toll wile, it nt least tells iu plain languigc
trkat the author of it is. This reverend gt.n-
tleman.w c should judge from tho character of
his letter, hclongs ton class of divines, f
which, for the peaco nnd well being of
society and tho cause of Religion ltsolT,
we have already in our community quite
ioj large a ntttnlor.
In our own County, wo have seen these
itinerating VagtlKiuds prowling about un
der the garb nf leligion and with the tit lo
of Iter, nffiiciil to their n itii''. ranting i.f
some fivnritc lueiuure of moial ten m
w bile by their tot il lis-egud ol'trit'i U
malice with which tlipy s'i wuiioiilv n.-sn l
all. who can not think pnviS' ly as t in-v do
and iu the shuffling, dishonest mentis by
which they attempt to win men over to their
cause, wpspc ton plainly through the shal
low covering that hides their I'ypocrncy,
and we find them devoid of Itcfigious prin
ciple not only, but of all tho elements
f common morality and decency: and these
are tho men, upon lho success of whoso ef
forts priuciplcs,of the most vital importance,
and questions oftho deepest interest to our
Country, arc to be determined.
We believe the main body oftho Liberty
Party of this section, to bo perfectly honest
in their belief of the necessity of keeping up
the dist net organization of their party. In
this belief in the opinion of abolitionists
UEWAIiE OF SPLIT TICKETS.
It is not often that wo have to caution w
Wing brethren against the nrCr ami udes
our own political friends, yet at tho .reW(
time wo feel absolutely called upon to do to
It is well understood lli.it in a eenain nnri,
in the Whig party as sincerc,nnd far more "-"tlio county, certain wliigs who have a rcr-
Wo barn that preparntu n- .
fur n large turn oat for Hrand.-n. r ,s
day next. Mr. Ctu.vrrt, the Mux's
Pit i:i.ps, and Hon. Geo P MAtn
positively engaged to address the i ,.
on this occasion, nnd n yprch from "i
of the nluvn gi lilloinui u w t
days rxcuision to hear.
Tho delegation from Rutland, .
Hand and 'Glee Club' will Ua.- !.,,
8 o'clock Saturday morning, mh , it
fvom the East, South nnd Wist i, i
r t . I . .
to i. in in, aim can no couvctn. r,iiv
r 'rjui steel lobe here nt that hour y,
gla'l to sec evidi nee that in all sriii,n,"
the Sfite, tho Whigs nre nriitmg , .
selves f'n the conflict, and nwakn,,nft, ,
impottaiu'e of the cfimiog elret t
. t . r r . r ...
hope. iLii o'a iu(itttu, will i,nt i
her sistef Counties in dmnir hi i ' ,
AXD xovr, ini: wohd MORK' u
i nirent t', every VN'htg, when hi r.ii
hiWnn fif)'-' Urn.'idotijwill nkr u i,p ,
" If i - ' . in ..' Mwu a tlii.r,,,, i
g mi im m is pi'ifecti (.' Is ibcrr ,
district in this county in w.'iirh tin r.. r
a committee of vigilance let ifiatj,... ,
nt'rnibd lo nt once. This shoi.hl U ,
if for no other pit rpose than to sen re a '
rote. Each Whig who would see ti
cause of truth triumph, will please com I ,
this as addressed particularly to lumsrii
not to his next neighbor. This matter lS
too often neglected by tho Whigs, ly i.
Locos ! Never.
numerous that themselves they aro mista
ken. And herein consists the only material
difference between the abolitionists of the
two parties. This difference of opinion
would long sinco have been reconciled (us
wo belcive,) but for the cunning art the
frauds, deceptions, and miserable falsehoods
and misrepresentations of the hypocritical
leaders of this party ; who nut themselves
forward as the exemplars of modern philan
thropy, while they care no moro for tho
principle of abolition ! than they do for tho
laws of lho Medcs and Persians or the
clerical portion of them do, for tho cast off
robes of their ministerial office. And now
in all candor and with all duo respect, wo
ask the members of this pirty to look at
the general character of those of this county,
who assumo to govern and control tho no
tion of abolitionism, nnd who aro so vocif
erous in their professions of philanthropy,
while they so arrogantly condemn tho ac
tion of those whom, in point of Patriotism,
viitue, intelligence and experience, they, in
comparison are a3 Pigmies to Giants. It
has heretofore been generally supposed that
ono of the distinguishing characteristics of a !
Philanthropist was, an enlarged and libetnl
minl nrniii.llnA n..!.. . . ,
......... M.ju,,iiu uiiMl.li UIIU Ol IIIU Wing 10m.
ineos for Senator in older to inirnlest their
hostility to ibis gentlemen have promJt.i
themselves with tickuts for circulation, m
which another gentleman's name ii inscrle 1
instead of tho one regularly nominated liy
tho party for that section oftho county.
Wli liaVO roeeiveiT Ihrr nnminnn...,
----- ....... U.'I.IUIUIIII rfotlllt
upon the subject, each of which, in our judg
ment, aro decidedly objectionable, and not
altogether calculated to produco tlio effect
which wo havo every reason to believe w,i,
tho object of tho several writers. Tho inn
mation of one of theso correspondents that
the gentleman, whoso name is thus substitu
ted, is a party to this oporation and an abet-
tor of it, is, in our opinion, entirely unfound
ed, and if so, is doing htm great injustice
Wo think wo know this gentleman better,
and we boliovo hi.n to ba as ardont, unrcm
promising and solf-sacrificingnWliif,'! M,n
oo lounU m the county, and tho last man .,
would be found lending his name or influcnie
in encouraging a defection of tbii character.
Nor is it truo that thnsn engaged in this mu
ter, aro the personal friends of this gentle-ran.
They havo cvidnnthj as little regaiel to thi
effect which this movement will havo upon
him, as they havo to the consequences which
will rcult to tho Whig parly from their
acts. It i5 not tint they love him rnotp
but that tliny lovo another less. We huno
to tins development. Nay, we ask all who
heltevt) tint some sort of Protection to our
Industry is proper and beneficial, to consid
er what this advocate of Polk savs of his
candidate's position nnd oninions.'
I Read Laborers, Farmers Artisans, every
I where I andjudg whether thty ure not
account which rcpiesmt that n challenge
jrtsl beiween theto gcntlintn.
For the purpr of satisfying myself and
friends of Mr. CUys true powiion in that
innwtUn, I recently ioIkUhI a dejerip
t ofkftom tU MiMi.S S. PiiKtru, who
w at the time m the Smle CtumLr 1
Uke plraieir in cemnnunicating hit reply ' perpi traiing n molt impudent fraud who
tacaiuc io the fiitt pl.tcp bit MutPtnent. ti. j u II yuu that Polk is in favor of Protection I
iff feoiil wim . it . mkM to impbc '
nWliW, awl foeMt!ly he exonoratr Mr! , Dahk fe'iwr. The fedlowing
CUjr froes blmne, and ihows ctmcliuivplv!(,t),UlI','Seoiitigii(itiB tprritorv, and sit-
u-t i marte purtifii wt enttejnt I ihmmi hi me Aortli ljitern u-irt nf
- ntewm a termmaitonf -onn lrolinn, allow a j roporliejii of
iZtZZ e oi awnii t ire lxsofoco voters lo one
Wc learn with plcasurc,that the latn com
miltce, appointed at the iato Rail-road con
vention, nre determined to prosecuto with
vigor, :hc duty assigned th cm. AVe cannot
suffer ourselves in the least lo doubt that the
friends of this route will second tho effort
of tho committee, in this cnterpeise, and
that wo shall soon see the result of the char
acteriitic energy and liberality of Green
Mountain Boys fully developed in the com
plete succcs of this great project, of con
necting Burlington with Boston. We can
not suffer ourselves to indulge the appre
hension that there will be any holding back
among thoso who r.'.ide in the neighbor
hood of the contemplated road.as the feeling
seems to prevail that the timo has arrived
when there is every encouragement to go
on which this work, so important, so vital,
tO tho interests of WVlern Vnrmnnt
w UHI3IUII Ul llie IH'O I C i Snv then ..I lh c m m,- ,n 11 1 I ii
- . . . j - -j .w. vm uiuuu, izu uneau.
itTSrP ?,T h fatC 0flhc lanJnot 10 fears of of the doubt
present 1 ARII- b. I his is a question to i mg nnd we shall succeed,
the Vermont FARMER, of .he utmost im-1 Since the above was written wc learn that
", tv Y LABORER j the proceedings of which were reported in
A U I UOH MAN, it is cmnhat call., n let ,v,.f.t nno, i. e.-.i .... 1 .
Andnow while the above issues arc pending
we ask what Freeman will withhold his
vote and w ho that has at heart tho best in
terests and prosperity of his country, can
fail to sec upon which side, in the present
contest he should be found 1 Tho com
ing fall election let it be considered is
one of no ordinary interest to the people of
Vermont. Unon the decision ofilie nem.li.
mind. Look now nt the modem Willmr.
.. i.nij iuu aiiuiiier less
forcers nf Thithmd (tminitr Wl... I w il,-,i tin ... , .
J 1 ' " mgi "no leels an interest in
saw a day or two since, the name of n j tho suee.-is of Whig principles, will adow
man announced in the largest Capitals as n , himself to volo any other than the tegularty
"bright, paiticuhir Star." who would nd- """'"".' Whig ticl.ct. Upon that ticket for
M-n.itois for Itiithuul fountv will l.n r..nn,l
f.a.W -J ll. UMrW
aj&ir betarem Mr. Clsv na Mr Kmj, j
UOtK M MCII SB Wai-N (rtrTl 9114 kft V'if,r
Jy theie :
laeoufK of a dtbatt lb Staateapnn,
KWie talaVet I da nat reiarmUr what
tlip diiBtixi asiarartl n patty cbameu.
Mr Kiag. of A Ubair., and ptacccdMll
io indolgfin iwnr 'iy pwrilfd and baith!
if mails in re Uiiai Ij Mr Clay '1 he rrt
xivettotrci i hew itUJiLs. 1 ciu'.A a'
cwmot rtwl and i write, (accordmp lo
dice, suaof Ileitis n,,,i ?i-.
ihn.il.1. ..r ""Vr
Thix coniu,, We. i!n,riv,u f(1
Pi'M-j. ule.. , '.'.iJh, ISJij.
'queation of BREAD!" Upon which side
then shall be heard tho voice of Vermont
upon this question? For nearly twenty
yoars site has nobly lustoincd thisprinciide
I he e nergies of hctbcM men have been free
ly spent in carrying it forward against the
combined attacks of Southern nullifycrs,
Southern Slavocrals and Northern dough,
facts ami it now remains to be seen whrth.
er she will fold hor arms and stand by, to
iee hollered up a sacrifice to southern' ra
pacity and insolence. It is in vain tlmt the
locofixeMoftbo north attempt to dode this
laeuo, awl equally futile will their ; tit
tempt prove to convince tho intelligent free
men of this stale that they too, rccoguj
this prioeiple. The atiernnl to naw Mr
Hulk off a a 'tarilT man' and as more)
fri mlly to the doctriiwi of protretion than
Mr Cl.iy is a i u nri?!,t nsut ,0 ,lp
t-'f f'inr. m .l son nt'empt at mif
-f -.i w. r.y on y cf Locofocom, '1 f(l1
last weeks papcr,have had a meeting and ap
pointed an agent to go to Boston and cm
ploy the best Engineer that can be obtaineel,
to commence the survey, ns soon as possible;
probably by lho 1st of September.
To defray tho necessary expenecs the
committee have mado an assessment of three
thousand dollars, and distributed it among
the different towns upon tho route. All that
is now wanting, to have the survey com
menced and prosecuted with vigor, is that
dress and direct the intelligent p"nplc of Rut
land County in rcgnid to their future no
tion on this momentous question, the little
ness& penuriousness of whose mind is such
mat wc will be bound, it never contempla
ted an object as large as a Spanish mill dol
lar since tho world began. No, tho
brain that noio is so intent in weaving webs
wherewith to entrap nnd bind the most pow
erful 'adversary' that the county has ever
had, until w ithin a few months has hern in
tent upondivising means of citcumventiii
'fourpenco ha' pennies! ' Who has
before seen such gushing streams of philan
thropy, springing from so diminutive a
fountain ? The historv of the world wo
imagine presents no such nnomoly.
And again, we ask all lo mark tho char
acter and nppcaranco of a certiin ministe
rial emissary from another State, who has
been prowling about us, -who3o pres
ence has ever been the signal for tho com
mencement of hostilities, and whose track is
maiked by scenes of strife, contention and
exhibitions of violence, far different from
such as follow in the path of the truly pious
and philanthropic man. Look at the course
of this man. Listen to his malicious slan
ders, his misrepresentations, and notice the
utter recklessness with which ho assails the
character nnd impugns the motives of those,
who, thank Heaven arc far beyond lho
reach oftho poisoned arrows which he, with
such malice discharges from the 'bow' of Air
philanthropy. Mark the personal appear
ance ofthis man. The equivocating eye
the treacherous look the sinister express
ion of his whole face and ask yourself
tl.H M ining ..f V N 11 i
1'iuiius, nisni'ii il. l imi-
TKNDUN, and FueueiucK Uutton.
LIU ERA L PAUTV NOMINATIONS.
At a meeting of tho Young Men's Liberal
Party of Rutland, on Tuesday evening last,
R H. Thrall was called to llie chair and II
W. Dennett appointed Secretary. After e-on-siderablo
diseiission.upon a vote being taken,
AVERY HILLINGS was unanimously nom
inated as iho FARMERS' CANDIDATE
to represent this town in the next session of
the Legislature of Vermont. Com.
Too Good. In one of the Eastern towns
in our State, a meeting of the Loco party
was called hy hand-hills posted nt the cor
ners of the streets, bended in largo letters
loung uicl.-ory.' The meeting wns not
very well attended, & and on enquiring of
the leaders the next morning as to the cause,
they were astonished to find a general com
plaint of want of notice. 'Why, did'nt you
sec the bills posted about the slreels hcndi-d
'Young Hickory?' 'Why, yes, indeed,
wc saw thoso bills every where, but we
thoughl they were horse bills.'
Democracy consists, nccordmg io tho
Locofocos, in opposition to Henry Cluy. If
so. they ought to pray for the long f0 0f
.-ii i iiarry, ior wiien no dies, Democra-y
Will be dead nit n llnnr umiI I !.. I..:.. I. I.
" IttUitllMJ l
the call of the commiue unon thn i!ifT.rni
- -. i ,,, ., , . ...
towns tor their proportion of tho expenecs ! ""JUl"roP aim labelled him thus- We
shall mettn rrndy and choalul response, cam,ot """'t so, nnd in conclusion we have
which we doubt not will be the esc. ' mh' "W that il the members of tho ihird
The character of the gentlemen compo- are '"nined upon keeping up their
sine the committee from the different trm-n. Pr(Sent organization, we hone lhev will
j upon the route, is a guarantee that nothing I ,nwnM,vesofuchiW as being reproach
pan win ue lert undone. I UPU" Priy, but upon the s.i.
thorough and comnhte
surv.y and ..nethat we trut will s.lenee all
!:.. "jti,, f.Jt. iy anJ ,J(rrrr
'ft'.' . ' ni .tJ r.'j'
lie who runs and trcts nwav.
Will live to itu.v another day.
Theeditorofthe Jonesboro' (Term) Whig
says the Ijcos must not talk of Polk's ser
vices on the field of battlo, or ho will noun
lliiln. f ll. .1 ...l..'l .1 .. .
tr.i,. o.i r . tin iu tut? ljy on wuicn tne valiaut Lol.
ii mo vjon oi naturo ever created a true fled (torn Rnthcrford POIinlv In M.'.nri'
hirii u young man, to avoid being drafUd
anil called out into the service ol his coun
try) Mr Polk lias rrown up Ly tho siJo af
I Polk' Biography.
So has the I Vhig parly of Tenneaaeo.
Mr Polk hire, out Justa its by the day,
cred cause, the succes of which.
T , u" "8"' 1,-t"" "t devout-' month, oi year, as chances olh.r, iho saniu
1 lKp- anJ pny for ; , bo-gi s or cjlile ifoisasoit o
of hum .ii bc"i"s .
n . j -livery M.bh Ii -per
"J nbt fo'S '"0 whig meeting thi evening.