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Til!; I'OLI I II L PHIXS
rnr u ho has lem in h- h..!nt
. i in ,1. at '.he d.tTertnt pil 1 mrnii
' I i' 1 -i v , can fml 10 lutra hs-cn slrii -it with
ihc rem-irfcablp fict. that H-hiU the Whigs
confine ih' naeivri to n diac union of tli
, 1 uiiti Martuj iNt'iin ri rniA
r,t t , by th ly It-r i.j . ..1 pi iv
.Miilial, for UiO of iii.n-eonimi-i'
SHI, .III i:Ni. I.M
1 C-Uit '1 1 Hi- iiniiini tent ptorirt-t nfllin
il-.mal of Hherb rn 1-1 the ro.i dy of III
IIU! 1 1 .
1 ll.UUU Lul
fiheir rfliti upon ihc welfare of the people,
;s of Indiana, havo ohfiimsd a glorious
!i over their opponents. The thing
d Indiana ultcls a whig U.S. Sena-
I; i conc-ill on nil Immli, thnt the Uib Locfoco! indulge profusely in tha hit
wrest portotulcalumnirs ngamrt our can
didute. Tell them that llio Whig tariff Ims
betn beneficial 111 in operation, and ought
not to ! repealed anil thry reply by asscr
ting that i Mr C1 1 v plinnol the murder ol
Gilluy. Talk oCn national bank in opposi
tion tt their atrocious sub-treasury schune,
.mil thoy revive tho cxplodi'd tnlo of "bar
ifnin anil corruption" in tho election of Mr.
Adams Point to the abuse ofthc vito pow
er under Locofocoism, and tho retort is, Ik;
J I iygnlatura thereforn will ttnrrd :
Scnim 21 whig!, 2ft Lmos,
Mouse 63 -17 M
I,nt year 1 oco majority in the Sonata 2,
the Homo 10.
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irti tiMJa v iiinn m i.a ii nt inr ' . .
house of C.i in Ilubtll. vprdir. Tip
thi l-.ro rari;" n r.frr.nc to K'"' would coni of ,Uor Ol niftier
! hold a irnmbtur nnd ;i duel Visit Indicate
l.i 1 Aru r'U..'-r... .1:.
... m. 1 t ilt U1U Utliailtui;' g ui till. wni 9 imuii lUi u'
I h, S aih.ngtun G1U remarks. 'W 0 ! Ubulon ofJ,)c (l()(U
',:nli ihf Whig will Imvoa MifReiont ma. j nmong tho Siat s. und you aro miswcrcd liu
I'vin ho I !!! to ocrcoine tha dimo-. 14 a Snbornh brtaker This is not twic
1'' in .fity in the Senate tlcrlamation. liying flown the Uotnocmt
SmihIc is upiilly ilivalrtl 25 to 25 with
tin ciMin" vote of tho President in f.ivor of
:!..- I - tt.-l I.I
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I'll i mil rmiuti. iiiuvui "'l0! ",u i r i i .....l n .1 i
ly printed roluiiiusdovotcd to tho often '.inns
Unproved story ol bargain nml corruption)
Wo turn totlio Oloho of thonoxt day. nnd
find its editorial p.igc ilisirraced by n puerile
conceit, which cannot f.u'l to innlfo even
Lncnfocoijin blush. The firurc of a man
in outline formed by types' above is on cs-
, ciitchron, on which is pictured a brandy
and .Small, with C.t.iin lUgncf nml tjieuts
Uiller ami Kockin, as niiditinmil or nipor
numernry mrinlrs Sevoml members of
volunteer companies attached lo tho rrgi
mcnt will bo brought before tho Couilupon
charges ofcownrdico and dcseition, in run
inns from their coninamrs under tho firo ol
the mob in Somhwark. A conviction of
these ofTences wmld subj'Ct n soldar in
repular service u the ntiuishtnrnt of death;
and as the act of Assembly placts the mili
tia and volunteers of tho fetaie, whrn in nc
dial ji-rvicf, upon the same fo tin;r as the
regulars ol the United btatcs, a couvicuim
of these individuals would icarranl the in
fliction of the same penalty.
A Pickwickian Explanation. The
Richmond Enquirer contain" a corrcsponj
dencu between .Mr. 1 homas Uilcine. jr, aim
a Mr. C. C5. CJriswold. which furnishes n
beautiful illustration of the nice distinction
ofchivnlry. Mr. Oriswold, it sccius, made
some offeii'lvo remarks during a political
speech, and Mr. Ritchie addressed him n
"Sir: Will you do mo tho favor to state,
whether the remark you mado in your
speech yesterday, which escaped my nlten
rtaln l.o tm the prtnd list of IH'2 rrmuin ei
( ilicnn ih.l r in pari uniW,nn the Jultmv-
mg ufKtisx-a inJ in au tunn.to wn ;
321 aeiet on tifrhl No. 15,
!27l arte on richt No. 10,
Ml acres on rtjjht Nn 17,
fa.1 acies on nphl No, 88,
100 ar re on right No. 57,
V2 ar i( on tlglu N SS,
1.17 SCI01 on j,(t Nd no,
1 13 unci on liqhl No. -I",
171 seie.i un nlit No. 8, it In the ftrnnil
h-tto Albro Anthony's hints, lav $11,11,
liijMay tax, U.Pi)
;)lM ;u re nn riilit No. 51, ct In the praml
list lo Alexander llrndfiirtl, who was the ori
ginal tttniilee, tat $l,P0, hiuhway tux $1,02.
rRTva im Tin
ih'ut tr or tlje Lalu,
lit I I.AM). Vt.
ornrt rr.i ntMcu Aa act.i.'f Tr.
VJ$t t. OrmtUc, .V.ri Eiftrfn
STATU Ol VUIIMON r,7J R it trroem
rJutrii t ofJuilUml, i. t'eroil Hut
M a probate fmiti held at lltitlaittl "itld" "el
for id ditirlct on tlmSOilnUy ol July, IH 13.
lfPcnt, in. Hall, Jtnh:e.
J ihn Ilryant, nrimmMrator uiu ' .
I ite of I'Miiiuiid lltynni, Uio "I Mom ih.lly
in Mlid dittnrt, ilocoued, Intotif, wiwny
I! lack Uivtr Actulcmy.
It V rl.AHK.A H Prineipil
Mim Miasn W V.nir. I'irpitir4,
1. 1 t'Uflr. ,mnni in UnglNti Uerwitnieul,
A. 1' Murnnril, IVoiliei In Vtxen Mn(r.
Tha IMl Term ol thi Ihrnrlsluni; Irmiiu
thm iill rnnmiriire on Wi'lnrH3, lint 4ih
of iVptamher. to ronilaoe chttrn net I..
ll t the ileijn in inu iii-iiuiiiiHi l.i atT-r !
Suirleel the riM intpr nf a tkorrxtg h and
I prattitat Udiieminn ; snfarM lonl a It dt
) penile upon Dm Jan ami ability ol InMuiC"
DeMdc' the nllnitlfin paid la tho l-.nclMi
made .inplication to aid routt fur hrone to ' 1). pniiment, no pain will he p!pd on thonn
c!I all l ho real osiilo of said decerned, eon- !-'uidcnis pursuinj: tho Ancient m il Motlefii
s.!.lir.(5 nf anes of laari. ilh l'e liulintnp
ihoroon, ltu.1Iod in said Moiinlhony. pneum
hcred with tho dower of Amu (Sravc thoiolP.
i and n)o two news in .Mounllmllv faulh
y i eie-4 on ri8iit M. 611, set Iti Rrami McP,(l, n.nur. rcnrovmiim! lli.it tho ite
J'. . "." l,'nw"' 'Jm ur,8nl cr.intee, u1(rof Wuul, Uo beneficial lo ilione inuuest-
the Ijcjs, Tho souiB paper states that the
Whiles have G majority in the House.
KENTUCKY WI1IO IJY AN OVER
'!'!.; tV'tiin ?lnlrt mnil tinliK' linliU her
n,vn Owslev Whi candidate for Gov- hmtle, n corkscrew, n pack of cards und n I tionlhnt you were spcnkin to tho honest
OA it. Otslcj, h.0 Candida l lor , (( . this country people of Chesterfield, nnd not lo
t uior, although unpopular will bo olecte! hasl(J jesitrn nro thn wortj3 -Hvar. prstilcnco tho Editors of the Knquirer,' was intended
by njlf.tr Irom 3,1)0) majority over IJntlcr. 1 nl f,imnv while the letters, disposed so to be pcsonal to myself, or cither olllieJvli
a very popular man. Tho Whigs have , ns to form the figure of ii man, embody nil
gamed largely in tho State Legislature. ; '' cronst libels that hnvo been published
iur iiiu nisi iwcuiy yt..ii5 iiuiiiai .in. wi.iy
I And nil this appears in the official organ nt
Washington ortho great party who stand
.VOR TIB C.'3St O Jj 1 Y. B.
TilUBl ST IH:
Noktii Cawoi.ina. Graham's major- opposed to the hig.si
fly in the State, will not vary much from! Wli.lo wo regret, for tho credit of the
' ' J I country, to see the press decrniud by such
' i)r- I nn exhibition of wilhss and malignant buf-
Missouri. Although wc never elaimrd fooncry, wo nrc rejoiced to find that the rne
Mi?outi. nnd dn not now vet. the St. Lou- mv's causn is so incapable of beintr sustain-
is New Era expresses its conviction that Mr ''i' "lid argument, and by manly nppeals
.,, , , , , .i to the good sense of every honest man, that
Ai.i.r.Nw.ll bo el. cted Governor over the ,llf.v co,p.,,l to ndopt the most dis-
nominee ol tho "lvco ! nens," but thinUs creditable, devices in order to excite tho pas
that the independent Congressional Ticlot sinus of the people, and mislead their judg
will not receive so strong u vote, brcauso
in some portions of tho State tho Whigs rc
liiscd to vote for it on the ground that they
conidered tho election illegal
The Whiffs gain six members of the
Legislature in five connttrs
Alabama anii Illinois aroof course Lo
cofoco. Same ns in 1810.
tors of that paper?"
Mr. Griswold replies:
"At tho time of vour interruption of me, I
did not know you personally, and so could
not then hnvo intended nny personal disre
spect to you individually. I certainly did
intend tho remark ns 'disrespectful to tho
Editors of tho Enquirer, ns Editors as
such nlono I now know them."
This nice distinction between the person
and the editor was unite salisfictory. The
insult was intended only in the Pickwick
tax 5.1,10, hmhw.iv tax $0, 03.
321 acres on right No, 30, sot in the lift to
Archibald Ctuii-bull, the nrigiii.il grauteo,
tax I. ID, highway tax 50,(18.
1 1 1 acres on riRht No. 02, tct in tbo list
to Jul n Dennis, the original proprietor, lax
sSlBO; highway tax
U20 acres on rij;ht No 71, set in the IM to
John Dawinp.the original grantee, lax 32,10;
highway tax SI, 10.
121 acres on rmht No. 70, set in the list to
Uriah Lyon, tha oiiginal proprictur.l.'tx 50,92;
hiehwav lax 50,51.
321 ai res on rijjht No. 72, set in tho list to
Jeremiah Philips, tho original eratitoe, tax
S3.fi"; hiehwav tax $2,01.
321 acres on riehi No. ft l, sol in the list to
Daniel Pierre, the original grantee, lax 51,19;
highway tax 90,08
12.1 arics on right Nn. 57, set in the list lo
Nathaniel Kusscl Joshua Paul was the ori
ginal grantee tax SI, 19; highway tax 8.03-
321 acres on right No. '15, set in list to
Hubert Stevens, tho oricinal crantee. tax
81,80; highway tax 81,02.
53 acres on right iso.in, et in list to John
Tiohy, tho original proprietor, tax $0,01;
highway tax S(),:i9.
P. 100 acres on right No. 0, set in the list to
llobert Elliot, tho original proprietor, tax
$0,07; highway tax $0,39.
25 acres on right No. 37, set in tho list to
td therein, and ihc hoits in thit Nlalo by
thcni'plvev and guardian having consenlod
Iheieto in writing;
11 Is ordered lu.it said application tie roler
red for hcarinz and dcciMon in the first Mon
day being the 2d day of September next, anil
111.1t a copy ol nils order 00 puuuiied tn 1110
Rutland Herald, a newspaper printed nt Hot
land, threo weeks successively, previous
tborcto, that all p.juons intorented may ap
pear ami object to the sanio if they eo caiiku.
A tmo copy of record,
32:31 HKNUY HALL, Ileglster.
I.neU Clark the
STATU OF VI'.UMONT, ? p U it remem
DiMncl of Rutland, ss, J- bered that
at a speei.il probate court held at Rutland
wiihlu and for said district on tho 1st day of
Preseni, Wm. Hall, Judge.
Jacob Mutton Jr.. administrator of thn es
tate of Klisha ISultiiii, late of Wallinglord in
said district, ileci nf-ecl, inte&tale, having made
application to said court.
in wtilina repre
seining that the sale of all the real 1 stale of cmmn1 Knfiijs, Hmnchcs
said dceuaod, ronsislmg of tho reveision "f ii . " u
.1. .1.,. ..r .1.- .. : 1 r :.! .1 1 .
1111; uuvvcr 01 inu t.iainv 111 s.1111 uri uinciii
Young grnilcnicii preparing loiColli-pr at d
Ftodenls In the .Natural Sen i.ers, wishing
t.. ii'sito them utider the advaiili;e of ftr
quen. and Intr resilnc IflntiK, nml nxpcrl
mouts, cannot well do belter th.in to avail
thenurlvci of tho priviloges aflnrdod by lliN
The Ornamental branches u 111 alto recelvo
their proper share of attention.
The nrcsonl state of the inttitutlnn in pros-
! peious boyoiid any former period of list histu
I loiy ; nnd llie board of trustees are happy to
I acknowledge tho ronstnnlly Inrrcinlng pat-
ronngo as an incontesli'ilo (iniol 01 purine
oonfiilcnce, both In tho merit ofihe limtitii
lion and tho ability of ihell.iardof Insloello".
To llioso who b.ivo shared Us bemliis,
personally, nothing nee. I be Uil; but to
Ihuso who hnvo not, tho board of unstops
would cordially say, Oommo and see;' hop
ing that the ensuing term may ItncM an un
parallcled iugalheririg to lis enihraeo.
Tho expenses ol tho student aro light-
Hoard, including room, lue lipids and wash
ing, in the best families fruin 01,25 to 1,5')
indents preferring to bond themselves
can find good aeromodniions,
. . $3,0.
r.d.i.nidlttf ri.iftli.ril 1 illfirniMl. I. .11.1
utiiii.tiiniii; .iLiiiut uiitiy!i.i hi n n iiiiu inn-. nnd (..reek
ijuuriers 01 iniiu, no inn appuriunaiRes uiuic- ,
if, and praying said court to grant him I..
eense to sell tha batnc, and tho heirs of said
JI.SBlin "10 IISl HI .., 1 ,:,i,r : t,, 1, ,., I...
Joseph llusiee-roiiipus nanimomi was mo i ,omsi.u.06 a, gViardlans consented tueitu.
original propriciur ia. 91, iu, iiiyuw y
Kentucky, will nddrrss the people nnd give
ment 'e have inoro faith in tho intelli- his experience ol twi ntv-si.x years servitude
gcricooniio American peobletlian toimag-las n slave, nt the Mithodist Ohnpel 111 Oas
ine, however, that they are lo be blinded to ' th ton on Thursday evening 22d inst, at 7
their interests by any such outrages upon
decency anil truth A'. Y. Republic.
Diti:Airui. Loco-Toco OiirnAoi;.
About tuur o'clock this morning. Mr. Tur
ner, llio city Marshal, informed usofndread-
Till .inti-nn r.rr,.r . 111.. xl L.t ni'ijnliin nl Ql 111.
It is said that "Hope never dies," and if diror,,,, ,,,111, bout 7 1-2 miles froin tho city,
the Locos sec anything in tho returns thus on the Shepardsvillo road. It appears that
far received, to encourage them in their be- Stfindiford is a zealous Whig, and that u
Jicf that the Country is going for Polk, Wlritf neighbor named Hriscoe was nt a
, , ... ", .... Mr. I yrell s house, near the null, ns nlso
Dallas, nnd 1 l-xas, it is only a striking (Srvc or ti,lt ,abo;crS) in standimrd's em-
illustration of tho truth ofthc nd.ige. ,,0yt wIOi It was sppostd. would vote for
jl,,. Whig ticker.
Tor iho lleraM. About 8 o'clock last evening-, fifty or
Mr Enrrou, In casting my eyes over .sixty Loco-Focos, led on by Godfrey Pope
tbo Albany Weekly Argus of tho Kith inst. nnd a man named Adkins, mndo an attack
1 rio:ie,ediiii aiticlc taken from tho 'Spirit of ( upon 'J'yieH's house, broke it open, and
lb o Ago' and headed Renunciation from j beat Mr. Snndiford'sson, a young man 22
tho right quarter' which purpoits to havojor 23 ycais of age, Briscoe, nnd all the la
hcen written by one Rev. Aaron li. Kins. , borers in the most shockinc manner. Mr.
uy one icv. jvuron u. runs-, norers m llio most s locKmc
man. a profissed lolluwcr und minister or Tyrell himself happened to be nway. It
the Gospil of Christ. was beliuved that young Standiford would
It is not strange that a man who aspires not recover that "his wounds wcro moital.
to tho dignity of Rev. und chums to bo n The perpetrators of this outrage then took
leader of other men, and yet, whoso want Hriscoe and the laborers and carried them
of stability renders it impossible for him to . ul off h aving young Standiford behind,
hold fur any length of time tn any one re- who was loo awfully bcnleu to bo removed.
gmus rreeil, who is 'everything by turns, IJriscoo was placed upon u horse behind
nnd noil ing long' I say it is not strange (Jodfrcy Pope.
that sufh a man, should occasionally find . It js not known to what nhtco the victims
his politic il coat a rather 'tight fit' and feel were taken; it was the opinion of some thnt
disposed to shed that nlso, and cast olT old ( they would bo taken to some part ofthc
nnd tiresome pfliicnZnssociates and friends. ; county and compelled to vote for the Loco
If a man chooses lo become n veathcr- Foco ticket. The neighbors sent into the
cock either in Politics or Religion, or j city about 3 o'clock this morning, calling
82 acres on right No. 1, set in the list lo
Herman Crowningsliield't- cbtale Jonathan
if 1. .1 . .r-1 w,.
white fugitive from " Wd "''"lal k-- --i".
inuny i.i. ?u,uo.
100 actes on wliat was formerly called tho
gore, in the east part of the town, set in the
list to IScnjamin Mack, tax $3,30; highway
25 acres on right No. 32, set in tho list to
Samuel Pearsons Samuel Yeatcs tho origi
nal grantee lax $0,18; highway tax $0,17.
200 acres lying and being in the north-west
part of tho town, formerly belonging lo llio
town of Chittenden but annexed lo Sherburno
about 15 years ago, nnd set in the list co one
Reed, tax $1,03; highway tax $1,7(1.
100 acres on right No. 70, set in tho list
to i. Thompson Uri ih Lyman ihc original
grantee lax $0,05; highway tax $0,08.
And so much ol said lands will bo sold at
public auction at tho inn of Rufus Richatd
soo Jr., in said Sherburne, on the first Thurs
day of October next, at ten o'clock, A.M.,
as shall bo requisite to dischnrgo said taxes
wilh costs, unless previously paid,
Dated nt Hlierburnc, mis loin day ol Au
gust, A. U. 1811.
jv.m ii. maaua.m, 1' irst i;onst,H)ie.
o'clock. P M. and at the Baptist Meeting
house in Rutland, on Friday the 23d inst. at
2 nnd 7 P M and at Wnllingford on Satur
day the 21th inst. nt 3 P. M. and at D.inby
on Sunday afternoon and evening. All nrc
invited to attend.
TTMems Kumvlet ,t Ohrmcman, wlinto nanus
appear lelmv, are olil estnlilislicd riirrrliaiits nt
Knowleivillo, Orlcann co N. Y. Proofs ol the
ercat mperinrity of I)r ilir llilsatn pour in
from all pirt ol Uio rnunlry. roiiniij can iquai
Us guccctmn relieving iiuninn fullering.
KnowUvillo, Junn20, 1B-13.
This will certify that I hao been ofilicleJ with a
I, Ivcr complaint, general debility, nnd pain In my
ndn, lor tcveril jours, nnd forelnlitecn inontlis bad
been unablo to do any work. In December last 1
commenced taking DrWiitni's balsam of wild char.
ry and round imnireialo renci irom 11. i "' uu
ganlogaln siicngth, Um pain in my side, was te
Imtcd .- and I also bid a consh, winch was entirely
cured in a few weeks by Ibis ineilioine.
IIMXA Id. llUI'ltins.
The above cerllficatc is strictly correct.
KNOWI.KS Si CIIKUSCMAN.
I'or ra'.o by Daniels & jVcll, Itulland.
It is ordered thnt 3aid application bo refer
red for hearing and decision to llio first Mini-
lay being the 2d day ol September next, and
that .1 copy of this order bo published tliiee
weeks successively, previous thereto, in the
Kullaud Jleinld, a newspaper printed at nut-
land, that all persons inlerested may appear
nnd object to the same ifllioy see cause.
A true copy ol record,
32:31 HUNRY HAM., Register.
h-ih surelv it is his own business and I
do not feel disposed to question his right to
do so. Bui wheic a man leaves tho 'vin
yard of his Lord nnd Master, enters tho po
litical field to assail the character of others,
nnd brings his Rev. cognomen wilh him to
give himself a character winch wc of tho
fold do not possess ; I do insist upon tho
light of enquiring whether he has so hon
ored his clerical title, as to give him nny
additional credit for honesty, sincerity or
stability over those who do not writo Rev.
to their namrs. Who, I ask, is this cleri
cal gentleman who, in 1311 & 2 so deeply
'nniirneJ and lamented' over the 'rioting,
upon the civil authorities for a sufficient
force to nrrcst tho authors of the ontrago
wherever they can be found. Wc trust
that justice will bodono. Tho most intense
excitement prevails in tho County.
Louisville Jour. Aug. 5.
At her residence in Wnllingford, on the
12th inst., Mrs. Mary Ives, relict ol Lieut.
I vis, in the 81st year of her ago.
In nil the varied relations of life, her
character was without reproach : but in
her domestic relations her character shone
-pre eminently ; and her numerous dtsccn'
uants have abundant cause to retain a grate
ful sense of the innumcrablo favors she
kindly confercd upon litem ; and theuflec
linnate solicitude wilh which sho watched
their course in life, and contributed to their
Her life 'gives assurance to thoso who
know her best, thnt since she has passed
from this to nn eternal stato of existance,
with her, all is well. Communted.
Tin: Illinois Canal Loan. No ma
terial progress bus been made in tho nego
tiation respecting the Canal loan, up to the
sailing of tho Caledonia, since the depart
ure of Col. Oakley. Tho bond holdeis
were to have held a mctting a fortnight
proviously,lo detorminc whether ihey would
take tiio unsubscribed balance ol tho loan
duelling and gambling' of tho Whigs ru j but wcro obliged lo postpone it, owing to
Washington, and yet with singular minis- i0 continued absence of Gov. Davis, from
tcrial consistency delay id until the Win oi . whom some important statements were ex
July 1M 1 to sound tne ai.ucn to ins know
men ? A watchful guardian upon the
'walls of Zion1 ht must be, truly I If ho is
ns tardy there, lo nnuonnco the presence of
sin. I fear he will prove tin unfaithful and
unworihy servnnt of llim who ho prolpsses
to soi vp. ns w II ns lo those committnl to
peeled in reference to the value of the prop
erly. Ihcuovornor rdnrmu Irom I'uris,
just befjrc tho sailing of the steamer.
Messrs. Ilopecc (Jo., ol Amsterdam, have
subset ibid $500,000, and other new
his ehargp. Agninl nsk.wdio is this Aaron
B. Kinsman, whosu moral sensibilities are
fo shocked at tho contemplation of ihc im
morality, ihn dt hauchery. an intemperanee
of the whig nominee for the Pnsidiney ?
And who "Jeemt it an insult to tho intelli
gence and moral sense of the community'
tliat llr.Nuv Clay I should bo presen
ted b'-fore them for nnv offico of
trust or profit. I risk is this the Aaron B.
Kinsman who in 18231 was letting 'his
light shin-' in Wells, in thu county as tho
Paior of a Univcrsahst Sociily nnd who
ran away and dijerled his sanctuary while
a convention was in session in his own
church, and where were in atlednnco upon
l is own invitation, such men as the Rev.
Hosea Balou, of Boiton, the Rev. Mr
Skinner ti analog! and other distiiiguised
gi ntlomcn ol tnni persuaiinn. Is this the
R, v Mr Kinsman of whom Mr Balou
eaid upon that ocration ' lie is liko n feath
er in the winaauu ims not bili ist enough to
keep htm long in any one piuco" nnd v iio
niter am '0 appupu i ana wag refused or
.c in th Epiteopal Ch.;.ch? I inquire
that I may know what eoifidtnee to place
in tha political opinion of thit Mr K. who
now ha ill f.om Cle i a and should it prove
to b-' the stme an, I certainly must bo ex
ru. I trom git ing any voil.t wln. ter t
,;., n I'hor iip m P I t r -I lit J -MO'it
, , I 'i.i t ' 1 - R (;
I?-'. I Ai? P I -'II
vs. label for a
REUBEN LAMUERTON, Uivouo
II UREAS Sally Lamberton of Go
shen, in the county of Addison, has
this day presented to mo a bill (or a di
vorce from Reuben Lamberton, staling that
they weio lawfully mairicd on tho 23d
day of July A D. 1837, by Nathan Capon
Esq., a justico of tho peace fur the county of
Addison al Goshen, in said county, nnd that
from thai tioio sho lived with tho said
Reuben, duly observing tho marriage eon
tract on her part until tho 1st d y of I'Vi-
ruary, A. 1). lull when tho said IN nben.wil
fully doerled her, and lus never since
returned or contributed in any way to her
support; and that sho was po-scscd, at llio
timooflxr rmriiage, of about five bundled
dollars, whieli the said Reuben has nearly
expended, leaving her almost destiinto ol
parties have come in. A litter from Mr.
R van says, tho neo-otiation wears a more nronoriv or means of support ; and prayiu,
favorable aspect than when Col. O. left.- Ilhat a divorce from Ihn salJ Reuben may be
Ar. Y. Jour. Com.
The loeosnrethp greatest chaps foragrec-
ing upon ony point that ever we did see. Lit
nun expres an opinion upon nny quisiion,
and in a short lime you will hear tho same
opinion by sundry others, in various places.
Thai s their mode ol woihing. u roiu
says Texas; they siy Texas; if one supports'
Dorrism the whole can support it. No
mattor what it is, or whether they under
stand it, what one says tho other cries out
amen to it. It might no bo very inapprobri
me lo call them the '-Echo Party."
Death or IIon.IIe.sky A.MuiiLE.vnnRo
I have the painful duty of announcing
hat Hot. Ulsuy A. MuLr.Nniruo, the
Loco Fuco candidate for Governor ol this
Slate, was struck with npopLxy last evening-about
S o'clock, immediately after in-
tcrin? his house nnd exnired previous to the
departure of the cars fir Philadelphia this
morninc I hc death of Air. Aliilenber
must bo deeply Ijincmod by all, but more
particularly by the parly to which no nas
been Ion? connected bv strong- political
ties His d'-nth has ciused n dup gloom
immig Ins ft uds in this city eud:en anJ
uncxprc.rd .is it aimtarsto have been Toj
i ) '.n II r.i.Jstcll owoare in d- l'
Cor A' TrMne.
granted to her and that ihe bonds of nialriino
1 1 y beiwccu them may bo disolvcd.
'Tho slid I'eulien. ihe pirty complained of,
being without tha Stale, it is ouhred that be
be summoned to appear beturn the supreme
Court next to no iioldeu al .Middlabury m un
('ounty of Addison on the -lib Tuesday ol
January, A. D. I8l5and answer the alore-
said libel, uy the publication nt llio suusian'e
ol said libel wilh ibis order, for ihrco weeks
successively in thn Rutland Herald, pro ted
at Rutland in tho County of Rutland, ih lat
of which shall beat least forty days previous
to the setting or said Lourt ; whicii siuu
Given under my hand at Rutland tins min
day of August, A. D. 1811.
CIL K. WILLIAMS,
ChieJ Justice of the Supreme Court.
E. N. Urioos, Attorney 31
MUNDON LAND TAX.
fjlllE non-resident proprietors of the town
JL ol Alcnuon, In the county ol Kullaud am.
folate of Vermont, aro hereby notified that
the taxes assessed by tho Legislature of tho
State of Vermont at their Session in October,
1813, on the town of .Mcnuon, for Stato and
Stato SehoolTaxes, and also Highway lax
cs, assessed by said town, and school district
taxes, assessed by the several school districts
in said town, within the year next preceding
this date, either in whole or in part remain
unpiid on thofollowing described lands,towit.
335 acres No. 5, ol the 3d division of tho
oticinal right of ThaddcusCurliss, tax $2,28.
385 acres, No. 0, of tho 3d division of the
oricinauicht of John Daocclt, tax $8,28.
385 acres of No. 7, of the 3d division of llio
oiiL'inal right of John rorbes, tax 77 cts.
385 acres of No. 8, ofthc 3d division nftho
original right of Nathan rislior, tax $1,51
985 acres of No 9, of tho 3d division of the
oricinal tight of Clement (.lark, tax 77 cts,
385 acres of No 10, of the 3d division of
tho original right of David Hale, lax $1,51.
385 acres of No. 11, of the 3d division of
the original right of Aslibel Cook, tax $3,02.
385 acres ol No. 22, of tho 3d division of
the.original right of Gorshani Olds,tax$1.0l.
385 acres of No. 29, of the 3d division of
tho original tight of Simeon A very .tax $2,59.
385 acres of Nn. 38, of the 3d division of
the original right of Josiah Hale, tax $2,59.
200 acre i of undivided land, supposed to
be owned by the hens of Moaos Slrong, tax
2913 acres of land, called Parkers' Gorrf,
suposeJ to bo owned by tho heirs of Moses
Strong, tax $9,00.
100 acres, No 31, oflho 2d division of tho
orieir.nl right of Clement Clark, also 50 acres
i of .No 32 '' U.e J 1 division nl the i.ml.j.
CI i M oi ue.i!) oiiong, v i. o-. in.
"iD acres of No. 9, of the 2d division or Un
original right of John Porbos. mpposed to be
ownod bv Moses Perkins, lax 21 els.
IHO acres nf No. 1 1, of Ihe 2d division of
the .luminal rigid of I) ivjd Sinrges, supposed
lo he owned bv Ilenj iinin Parker, tax bO ets.
17 acres of No. 17, of the 2d divisiun of the
original light of Henry Strong, supposed to
be owned by John Pierce, lax 18 cts.
17 acres of No. 17, of the 3d division of tho
original right of Henry Strung, supposed to
be ownod by John Pierce tax U5 cts.
II aires of No. 3, 3d division of '.ho origi
nal right of John Andru.s, supposed to be
owned by Hiram L. Cheney, tax 10, els.
And so much of said lands will be sold a.
public auction nt the dwelling house of Ed
ward Mussey, in said Mcndon, on Iho first
Thursday of October next, at 10 o'clock fore
noon, as shall be requisite to discharge said
taxes with oosis, unless previouslv paid
EZRA UDSON. Eirt Constable.
Dated at ftlendon Ibis 20th day of August,
A. D. 1811 31-30
State of Vermont IE it reinem-
District of Eaiihaven, ss. ( J bcied thnt at
a probata Court hidden at Cnsllelon wjlliin
mil loi said district on tho uutli nay ol July
A. D 1811.
Present, A. Warner, Judgn.
Joseph Perkins administrator of the estate
ofSelah Gtullnv, late of Exolcr in Ihn Slide
of New Hampshire, decenseil, proposing to
.. ..e ii. ..! !..:
runner an nicouni ui ins nuiniiiisiiuiioo ui
It is ordered that said account bo received
and examined for allowance on thn lib dav of
September next, at the probato nflire in bald
Castlcton, and that this order bo published
3 woous successively previous thereto in the
Hutlaiul Herald a ncwspapci printed in liut
land, which shall be sufficient nntico to nil
persons interested in the lime and place of
examining said account.
A true copy of Record.
32-31 H. F. LANG DON Register.
NKW stokk- ''.'HIV 'aa:n
MRINSM A I &DU0TH E R 3,
PANG HORN k. HRINSMA1D,
ARE prepared to sell at the lowest Huston
or New York prices, nt wholesale or re
tail, Watciies, Clocks, Juwer.nv, G human
Silver, Plateo, Huitania and other Metal
Goods, Gold Thimbles, Spectacles, Chains,
Rings, Pins, Uroochcs, anil all Goods in the
line: and besides the: finlm- description of
Goods, we are kccninix n ereat variety of
Goods at wholesale, to supply peddlers and
others to sell again, and wn invito calls and
orders from abroad, nssuring onr customers
that thoy will find tho Goods low, and ol Iho
nualitv they nro sold for.
We import Goods, or buy them whoever
wo can eel them to advantane, and shall sell
o that we nan givo customers satisfaelinn.
Orders from a distance ullended to prompt
ly, and a.-t good bargains given, to say lh
least as by personal application. Clocks or
Watches by tho box or single. We aro
aucnts for the Diamond pointed Gold Pens,
Fly Nets for horses, and Morrison's Pills.
We havo IViWoio Ware, Combs, Ihnslns,
llouichecing Articlrs, Itators and other Cut
Irry, Communion I'urnitnri, I'tshwg Tackle,
Jlaskets, Mocks, Scarfs, Collars, Suspendeis,
We havo Dressins Cases, Wfirk lit res.
Musical instruments, Jlass and Ih.uhh ll'ni
!'(-, M'loiliam, an I mi'sl Mnaller Instru
ments and Musical Merchandise.
In short, wu would just xny that wn have
a i very exlonslve nnd varied as.sorlment of
American, Enithsli, German and Paris FAN
CY ARTICLES, and wo aro fully aware
thai iho wny tn II thorn is lo put them so
tow that lloslen or New York will not lie a
uiuro favoralilu phro to buy thcrn. Wo buy
lor cash, anil sell lor cash. Onr customers
can buy ns choip hero ns at any other place.
II any one chooses to send us Iho cash lor a
Gold or Silver Watih, from a distance, or
any other article, nnd leave ihe tuleclimi lo
us,lli-y shall havo an article worth ihe money
sent, and if it does not suit it can bu exchang
ed. Our Silver Spoons aic made in our
Particular attention paid to fine Watch ic
pairing. URINSMAID t I1ROTIIURS,
21:35 Bur linyt'in, Vermont.
French and Italian, each extra - -
! l'aintintr and ilrawmcfcicli extia.l
I Music on tho Piano Forie, with uso nf
Instrument, - 0,0 .
i Vocal Music, - - 1,01)
incidentals, - i.i
It is desirable that Sludenls should bo pres
ent at tho commencement of tho Term. Nn
reduction or Tuition will lie made for nbscncu
n few days, at tho commencement or closo
of llio term.
A. ft. TAYLOR, Sec. pro. tern.
Ludlow, Vt., July 30, 181 1. 33-35
i'lmiD-Forlf, Clrgnsi fc Sinir
WM. PEASE, Professor and Teacher ol
thn science nnd practice of .tiusic, front
cities of London, Ihisinn and New Yoik, ro
sieclfully aiquaints iho citizens of Rutland
County nnd its tiiiuiiy, that having received
ihn nppniiitinont af Professor of Miiiio to iho
Tiny ('(inference Academy, West Poiiltney.
Respectfully givis notice tliat Iho next (Fall
'I orm) of tliis Institution commences August
29ih. Terms lor uiiisir, Piano-Fnrlu and
sineinn. $10 per iiuatter, organ tho same.
Tho price is fixed at ton dollars, so that per
sons wishing lo obtain a bmsiied muslin; ed
ucation enn receive it, without being obliged
to go to large cities to obtain llio samo at
a greater expense. Tho subscriber hav
ing received his musical education in
tho city of London under several of
the first masters, (foi seven years) waiami
him in saying to all wishing his instructions
in this science that they will receivo a thor
ough miiMcnl education on the most srictilif
n pi.nciplcs. Tho subscriber would nlso
say, that, tho Troy Conlcrcnce Academy in
in (lie most flourishing condition. The Fac
ulty consists of six experienced Professnn
and tho board as low as nt any other Insti
tution of tho kind in this County.
Dated at Tkov Com-eiicnci: Acaiiemv,
West Poultney, 1811. 32:lf
- AlirtF.TT .t CO. havo fur sale coarse
and fine Western and Livcipool Salt.
WE the suhaciibers, bing appointed by
the Hon. the Piualu Conn for the
WE tho subscribers, being nppoinledjbv
the Hon. Probato Court for tho district
of Rutland, commissioners to receive, ex
amine and adjust all claims and demands of
all persons against the estate of
Aztibu Jlitwhtns late.of WaUinpfortl.
insaid district, deceased, represented insol
vent, and nlso all claimsaud dcmaudi) exhib
ited in offset therein, and six months fron.
the I. Mb dav nf July last being allowed bv
said Court for that purpose : Wo do there
foro hereby give notice, tliat we will ntlc-
to the business of our said appointment ,t
the ofliro of A. Cole in Mnuntliollv on tv
ISth day of December next, from i) ..'dock &
"in. until 1 o'clock p. m. on sni I days.
Ethan Poikst, Aiiijaii CoLU, Com'rs
Mountholly, Augi.si, 1811. 33:3j
HE the subscribers being appointed by i..
Hon. Prob.ile Court for the distill" i
I'niihaveii.commissiiiners lo receivo, exnn i
and adjust all claims and demands of all pc.
sons against the estate of
Hurl H'r.H n hll' 'f Vairlrl,
In said i iti u i, f.'.i c.ini ii, . ' ,i;;' all'! ,.
and demands exhibited in ollVul iberrlo nnd
six months from the 1 0th day of July 1811
being allowed by siid rnnit for that pur
ose, we do therefore hereby givo notice ll
wo will attend to ihe business of our said ii(
ointment at ihe House of Joel Slovens in
I'.iulol, on iho firsi Mondays of October i. '
January, next, Irom lOo'clock a. m, unli!
o'i loi k p. m. on eaih of said days,
A'atiian Allen, S.MIIM II in-, Com. 33
disliict of Rutland, commissioners lo receive,
examine and nrijufct all claims ami demands
of all porsons against Ihe estate of
dSardts UntJcruonU late uf Hutland,
superfine Finn by iho load or iingle barrel, l n Uwrtei. deceawd, iepreser:to.J ir.soi
"' .. ,.' .. enl. and alto all clan.. and ilein.mc t exhib-
codf.t',. salmon, tjc. &c.
SI one Ware.
LARGE sortment of butter pn't jars
t. Al-c.. and a few dnz. superior milk funs
from the llennington Potterv. on hand and
for sale by BAR RE I V CO.
"VNE bo- ond
v new and tn j eric ' o
August 20, 1511
.... 1 Cooking Stove, nearly
ir us e y
UAllRLI I if)
lied in ofi.ei thereto, and six uioiiihs Irom the
Ist day of Aug. inst, being allowed by aid
iouM for that purpose; wo do therefore here
by liive notice that wo will attend tu thn bu
suits of our said appointment at iho I tie
residence of the deceased, in Rutland,
on the Lit .'.fondajs of Se ember and
Jinuary nex . from one rAlo a to i o'clock,
ii. in. on eai n of aid dais.
j .i r." r i jii , r (
JA Ml 1 Id I II A I 1 it J
fast 1c (on .Sctniiiarj v
TBI II E next term or the academic year i f
.L Ibis Institution will i niniutoire on
Thursday, 'August 29lh and wi.l ciii.iiiivih 21
weeks. It is very dosirahle that all who pro.
pose lo alleml should be prs-ni ai tl open
ing of Iho school. ZI Villi iiO'A , Cirri.
(astleton Aueost 10, IMI. n3.'l
S PATH OF VERMONT, I UK il lemerc
Disliiit of Roil mil, ss, bered t
al a special (irobalo court held al Rutin
within and for said district un tl.o 30th da'
of July, mil.
Present, Wm. Hall. Judge
Moses Perkins, administrator of the csti'n
of Am Hale, l.ile of said Rui Und, du cae l,
intestate, h.iing ma-Jo njipln aiion to Mid
court rcprekeullo lliit tbu personal oslato
ol said deceihed is iiinf)icieiit lo pay tho
et'ts and ciiensos if administration by about
ihu sum of $5000 1)0, niel prating slid ci uit
lo grant f tti ii license to .tell mi iiiiu h of the
real chute of said deceased as will raiso that
Ii is ordered that said application be refer
red for hearing and decision lo U.e first Mon
day Iwingihe 2d day nf September noxi, and
i ibi.1 a ropy of ibis order bo published in ih.i
Kunand iierulu, a nevtspapcr priniud ar tiut.
land, Ibrtiu weks sum iively, piot'ioos
theret i, that all person inicres'fd niiy up
1 pe ir and jjive bnmU forlbe prrnent ol ml
' dehii and expense or olherwis) objerl lolho
Hue if ihey se ra.ike. A tro "jv r.f rnord,
3J31 IJE.Mll IUI.I.I iiogisur.
31 .0 Ru.hnd, A115 1 J-ll
Lead I'jpr ami Empt'oved
rMIIU subscriber informs Ihe (.nhlir tliat lie
JL ronlinues to u.aiiii rturc- Lead I'll at
Granvillo ('ornera, W .i i.ig'on County, N.Y.
and will furnish any nuaii'ity at short notice.
lie will also furnish and ;.ut up pumps of1
different descriptions, on such conditions as j TtTrfTtfCt S it 1 2 1
cannot fail to satisfy purttmers. I JlJ O fl. iv-'fls
Having bad long expeiienen in the busl- J rjniIIH may certify, lhat I have piven my
nets, he will be aide i. sell Pipe and Pumps J. son John II. Knburn, bis time arid tint
'heater than can bo re 1 .in"!, f iho kamti t I thai: claim 1 lie if lis tar if,, nivr pa
jja'.iiy fr nn aj y c".e es'a'. is'aie ary dt' ' o( I. is tei.ua' i.ri.' a''p- lli die,
J MLM' 1" 1 1 Y "amiii Kitseas,
Grant e Mi' !. ,7 lhll J' Hit ."hrwY U ' Ul