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1 lbHtab mail iltmi
1 .1 au t yx
law i a art leaf M iMt i-hI al n.iee a' law .
Mtiii itM 'mm Lft e ita I tut
imM , at lt milt San- attg I
.oil. ir aane dais I attaia a a ri;n
ufiaaf ra.fiee 4fc but, w Mittr.Ull
Main beet, rate. !
TM ) .. fhia tfittsl it af derided in ;
liir-.t (I'KfxaiiilirliM'.Mliltllil Ires, i
a-vr .. Wer-ai (max) rwtVr isad rrrae-r.1 to
'taift.lftMTfc reeaittrnated M.nvrryb, 1 1,
al. Sfc-at t,.aa, tMtt fair aft I fa. iiaiafr
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it flMHII feetsttallno
1 k (tw)fti hat it Um re srVed fctfliftal
! I.4ilWr(li ft rtioa atird Hitttm t
Mark, A Aaje tw pr" d iiul Al UV l
tk a aanntwr ( rata anwinj ranaieta (!
orfrrl 'It lianrt f ! )t!i tajrt -
l"fcei fttatraira if tr rho!f.
laatl4 jrll. ) leirtalraea
f rftwa aiuett. I'Hrlir Itia Caf !(
i rat ,Mw4i;. aJ maaiinir! :a 09t )
fir at jritfirf'i. ant jbaruei.l W Iba
lirfrtrrn rra ntpaflr1 Ui ak. t fa
wir Jf t Silurrfar on) Artltiad
airftrd Oftrn llinotf hi Haiti an .Matodar.
mii artrral ci ot ailarta, anj nnc Uul
ca en taaiaf. 1 ia raiet nf rholer a tnJ
irrrajriral In Iht town Iiul ihov wtie onti
i.irlf ltt la bf raaaa o(iha rooimon
(dih cWalrfi. ami that nn ria ol Aauttc
Mtaxa hial tcn braid of ihera
Th Cuatrai Th rim paper ofiltr
lh M 'I l fajjt.tx fiioriMr rlungc in
tr HMinri, H i iu (- h.iprJ. lua (lixcLrjil
il.e fitvcirat of Utal chtilrra ca. in the
rwifuiMMit. uimj ne i.mi caaa naa r-'r.,.
uA jr,l,i4aj-lht ol t pri.on la Ibo luw.
rr lUiela3lalMllirwl ieurieo
nbraamrrotlt and trrrre, nun. ha?rer,
aaiy a.lU(f.lof) autfnirl.la ol Ihe auffeia
of mr IKilnirnt irommeiKl-d for cherkuiR
tti? dl.ent al oner i the Crtl aucoorln lit
III rmtmltllf T llinlU.ma. I
II tr.ilai boi Intle alarm, at it lui only
mi de Ha appearanro anion; lit lovtvat
cliaa.
Tfa Karl of f'ai'.ald died on tha Tlh, at
rattle llnvrard, aprd S. Vitiitunt Mor
prtli amrcerdt him in hit lit! anil rttalri,
aanl nf cuajrar laket bit I'Ure in Iho liouafl
if Inrda. Mr D'niaon, Clulrmao of the
(iraat .Wralrin liai iray, u apvkrn of aa l l.
auctrattir In thr- Coitmnna.
I)td lliouiha-n hat pub'.lahtd pamphlet
on Ihe l'tcncn lU-tolotion
ihanii:
In the l'rrnrti Atttmbiy on iho 11th.
drbair nat had upon llic prupitlilon to It
attc ntri guiranlird by landed piopfiily,
upon which the Committee of Agriculture
iniJc J latylllU ivpull. and whn I. M. Thl'lt
oppoird in a lon nd ablo apeocb. Th:
meaauir will probably be rrjt-cted.
A mtniatcrial eri.it tec'tit in have artlicd
and Ihr papert are full of tpeeulalion: n to
th neY Cabinet.
The folloMliip iuildent la related hy tho
rorretpnndenl nf the Cluonlclo :
'A dltificeabin irrne took pl.re loHay In
the Sallo dea I'ardua. .M. Thuuiid,
who irai icc pirndnt of tha (clohriwcj
HUnquI t'luh, i amo li llir lull, ai lie aalJ,
lo meet M llattt lr. th Miniater of l'oreisn
Affair. A toon at M. llatllle ("bo n
acrnmpinifd by bit ehefo dr cahinri, M.
llatiel) appeared, M 1 hound appmirht-d
lid. and S('ltew pill lli'ir liVud'a in In'elr
pork eli a a if in tean h of j run , but tho guard
romiap up, M. Thouaid wn al on'e arret
tad. II appnart ihl M. Thou u J bid bern
appointed Viee-C'iintul at N'aplet , but, oiler
he had cone at (ar a Nlaiteillea, towaidt
thai ilettiniltnn. he kii reealled and order
d lo gu in OuaTifjoil Thrre day af-.et-wardt,
boworti. he naa dmniaaeii from the
laltrr Ktl, and ho lua uice n iilten In-lli to
M. .llaaiide ami M. Ileiel, ll.reitrning lo
pol;nard itirm.'
A joorml announrra ilut M Jnlot I'ivio
ht birn for aomo day auflenng from an
afftcllun of the bum nfan alarming rhirac
lar. INSUIIHKCTION AT V V. S N A
1'aoM -mr Iwmiioi Tinr, I3lh.
We hare rerrtred tnfoimtliun of the out
hraak of ne and terrible inauneeiion at
Vienna on the OTi ir.at ll apprart Itom ihe
accnuntt in the (irrmtn pipera, that the
military liarlng irfuttH to mairh nc. unU the
lluiljtil.ini, pari nt Ihe National (iuarJa
Joined in the mnlinr, bariicadrt warn f'oc
t.d, the loraln vraa tounded, the artenal lom
barded and aaikrH. ihe Mlmtier of War.
Count I.Moor, wji ki'led,and hit ntked bo
dy aipoard nn a c'hhet. The !:ilrtian and
Herlln papert are filled with iho following
daiailt of theas altroriout piocrcdinca.
Oreal eicilement prerailrrt in Vienna on
the Mi Inat., in rona'(fuent e of the publica
lion of the Kinder. ii'a prielamatmn ajilnal
tha Munganant. I'oblie opinion had alrea
dy been put on the aleit by lha cnncrnlia
lion of Inge mattet of troopt in Ihe tirmiiy
of Ihe rapiial, ai.d the feime nl m r anil in
cieaaed aahrn it at tald that the dlaiolu
tfon o' thr llut.rjiun I'aruamr fit, Ihe ap
potBlmaitt ol llifon J e ' i a Inch In Hie litil
ljrulrnaney o' llonjary, aid all 'h other
tnraturea (oolamcd iu the late pioelamaiion
were bait the Imkt ot a tbam "Inch iiai to
bind Anuria Jmu la what alia wn prenoo
to the day of March, ll mi wtutprrit! at
firat by l be drmaji-r net, and afterwaidt
loudly proiealaat lint the military, and rape,
llally the Griman Citnadivf. nrre in fa
mr nl the popular cut Kaur on the ntoi -nln;
ot the Tufa Hie Gicntdirrt wee oideird
la match aod ynn 'be ripralilinn agaiuat (lie
lluacaiiant '1 : i .hj not, iiideed. Irfutf
la qaatl ihrlr bana kt. but (be) nrre lore
Ktrarai f their nin li and ila ttbject, and
had raMHMtalCatrd wilti tb rottaaol Nation
al Gaaiaja of the aaibtjfti of nmp-oiot(, in
wfaMb their borrarta wane alio ate, and writ a
tha Aeaatetniral Ireiuaa, from both of wktcfa
Ifaey ireeiteai a protnur tfaal aa'atoiet wauld
be itkrn to aiUNit lawir diMiture
finch, .KPllttlfl aie laatreaj lakra. Thai
NtliMtal Goaiata Iron Uie IlnaaiatBufaa at
mbrd at t, o'i i k aa it.e naofmnd of to.
Ufa at tha Uiiulaait a' il NoiUirru Kaunaad
fiaam wb.cti tiiary !. . axl tb laila, for the
VMirpnir of pfren;i( itae di-paiuie wf iba
GrraiaftVra. 1 tm taller arri.ad laea ahn,
and tba oaanamindiatf caffiret, taH!t( the r
rnoral avf tit traann l.y rail at 1apoibba.
Cava aitttMa far ibrii pirrolin o iu
Ranaerndoft, a auitaaa am lave line, (ma
at bene, ha Y.ap4 u naautd ne faaataat ao i.j
feel Ihrlr ruatirtani. by Ida raiiioaat Btil
ttwa pi a. too. wat isolated by Ihe N'a'luca!
(;iiata,lae aomoara ol MUrb lavertaaatl
ret y minane. A banva ae ataWlotl'y to-
pad -
tyar latWft
d tM HtirrEi m im tatgiaaeai a.ir ia T
Oraimt were e.vrn for Use aloraailnr f this
barHeade, isl ifa. Wtr-oAee Ufiaf a war
W ISO wattintwia dittxtStiaaa of tne (reaa
diera, aeteral Wsualia.na of ratalra were ta
atisriod in raeaaee in Hat Uac Orrca
diata envaieal liae Wa;, t'tafd list Isarrl
rade, and aVettftvred a. am tasr Hatasseel
Gosrds Ta latsr-r tfoutajajd Strt ti lb
arM(. th MM.M the eat airy (rem
uKtinf . Recsce) ef lafaasiry th tfcea
'r"B up i it-alsie th. mtiifreivtt, anil t
'etmc. , .'. i I iimin .ndaoflhe
"tetharrei I. ami IWe srliliriy alli'eal al
le
'm'iVmV, w ! th. utrt wrtr auttiiryred l
aerrrn.ler, ti.it ibry t- . (K lf r
taaJ metnHt.i'.r tee frm'or.raj br Ih Ara
! " liuf) I ll p. filet d t'j
I raM4 tat H' an .thr r. aMIt mdf of wwk
warn tfiKmir4 ifr a a..wdt warm and
ft, "IW'i Maer rfteriesl rw, ni any
oftMtixffl if. a tin m.irrvMien lint iw
'"r tT C"r. rififimnm, me
1 t"if eunfiaei
I N es lnl' try .Vrd Ihite aswrettm
) "' " a.urtsd b; iad rheera
th Na abal ilit (;'rnadira. Tha Sat
U(Mu MfW In retire, and
oaUlsjf eharjr ! wllh t? ba irl. thnlr rrt-
nag-fad naoicHitnl Uf f m a ti inii)(ht itlfhl '
'Ora lllfdr, laWii ainiatHir, naa tfant.
"fhs tf.-innmriil trwijo tifad S LiUed j thr
lnurfrrn . I !.ie were biji.i Miufxlrii,
bail lb if nuroVt r titd tut at ret been aicef
Uin'J.
.tlJl roBilnj ihe (forernment iroojn, llir
luiirjruu maiibed lfmi Ihr auliuiba intu
th luan, ulifm ihfjr plarH ih eir Run In ;
idr inMJlt nf ihe l'..ireralt) ."miate ; the,
ol lb. t'jn wna juardrd by lirlacti
nienlt of ludriit an i National (iuarJa, tlie
lyin mi auuiiJcd, ami a central cimiiiul- j
fci larmad fur can) in; on Ihe nar
tt fine o'ciurk a iirlr of ttir inaurccnl
National Cuwit Hftc artirkpj on Ihe Ic- :
f.liana l'tatz by a pir.r ot :j n National
Gmidt, ha ataoj Oy iho (inveriunrot, but1
1 adri i aknut tit ili hurt nno loireJ to
tlie dtmta of uhiofa titer than bariicailwj (turn .
mibin. Hut ll.r imui--ma ballrird duwn
ihr clunra. enteie I Kin cliuteli, and ilialnuged
,hf ,r ,ni,20nliH, wh.i.c lojdei mi killed
00 1P Vf (y cpJ uf lhe ,,Bf
()rf 0 ha ( ll
rthlpa. llif HurMhoi. till
rf.m,,d u, p i.iea.lon of Ilia (ioicrnjicnt I
,r,.t,(l,. - tlfe(, compitnea of upper and
,lh f, rUBIi ficrtd n.u gate at
3 (.vi , ,ie .tiemoon. I hey wore Af
onrfJ jiuftcj ,nd tutally touted, t it spite ot
ll.. n... .,..1 . nlrl. Ilia,. I,t,l (mm I
i Hip Krape anJ router wnteh they bred from 1
their pirn... Jmiijt ol llicm "ere rapiuted,
di.amird, and io..l,..ed in llie Un.v.ia.l, I
but dine. I uriiiua'i.e barncaJet weio con 1
.irartedtTl,.ieil.i.fliMnaS going un. The
olJ (ortifica.ioii nl thu c.iy we ic occupied br I
the ailitlery of Iho National (iujids.
itfter ihn iho tide oflnaurrection roto lo
an unemiuuerablo l.aigln. Tho rioter en- !
mml thr W.i i iiltlri brlwrn tna hnura uf i
fi.o and air. ae.zed ,be oannon and aim. dc,"'" 01 l"c tSalionu. AUmmi. ral.on .or
pnaiird 111 thtr buiMing, and captured Ihe
ed ,nVnr i w !
then he waa murdered with blowa from at-
et and alede hamtncia. The people lore '.
M
nlieieit rriminol auapemled for a whole i
day. during nht Ii the Nalioml Guaida ml
died it iriih musket balia. l.'uunl l.alnur'a
iiirr wero seizeJ and biouglit lu the l.'iii-
eisily.
I Al half-past in o'clock thero was but one
place of rePije loll for thu troopt and Na
tional Guard who sided ilh Hit Guvrrn
mcnt that place was Iho Araetial, famous
for its loriout linphiea (nun tho Turkish
waia. I he people surrounded the Arsenal,
and demanded Iroiu the (arritnn that they
should give up tho anna nlucli ll contained.
neVou'iv;: -tviii h u;;;a;:;;; ,nVthe!
Ilenngaaso with grape and canniaier, and i
aargentt, whose fury
uiituccrttfiil attempt
increased after -.!,
i f.. .....
lo gain poiseumn ol
luv building, the coiiimillee of students
sent seteral flags of truce, summoning lhe
ganlson lo suircnJor, but thu bearers were '
shot dead on ihe spot. Too people ill en
eommeurttd bonibarilin; lhe Atsruel, and
the finrirj' rontinund all the night through,
till 0 o'clock on Ihe in truing ol the Tlh, w hen ,
Ihe pair.nnn surrendered. Those aiming
tho popjlir pirly who were not provided
wuli weipons were then armed. Tho num-
ber of killed and wounded H said lo be te
lygieal. ,
In the midsl of ihese scenes lhe I'mpernr i
' and the oltur nicmln rs of lhe (mpetul I'am- ;
i'y left lenna ai about foui n'clbck p. in. nn
balurday 'Ihry were escorted by 6,000,
cavalry, and look Iho road luwaids I.inls. j
When lhe post left. on the Tih.lho ri;yif ,
Vienna w.a all in arnn, and great en tie- j
menl prnraiied, but there seemed to be no !
disp- s.tion to x;rpeir ile 'Ibrlher outrage. j
The I'luusaitche Suaizinreigor publishes
the following proclamation nf the Dial. !
'Ti.e Diet hit been informed of the fatal !
erenla which hive occurred In this carina!, i
It has met, ana appeils to Hie population of,
Vienna fur assistance lit Um oiutu:i ,ii ofna ,
arduous uulirj. 1 lie uiei it deeply atuicted
at an act nf unw arrantnbto tiolrnrr. hv .
which iho dean, ol lhe Minister of War has ' mitlo do not wish lo disguise lhe deep inlcr
been caused, but ii trutia, ami in an trusti.ig ' ctl they feel in lhe result of your action on
ll proclaims us firm resolution, that from ' ,i, ... . ,r. ,,
this moment tho Uw, and tho fear nf the th great , ,,,0 presented. Iliey arc impell
same, will and shall bo paramount. Tho ', LJ n0 le "J 'heir nlirm at tho contcquen
Diet has declared itself permanent ; ll is uk ccs thai might follow u neglect of your duty
ing measures for the proieclion of public or-' a, l.'fecmon ot ibo ballot botot, than hy lhe
der, safely, and liberty . and il will provide . , ,..., .
for the unrotvdinontl execulioii of us reso- 'r"a"n political stability nnd integ
Ininin.. Ills now making an appeal tu the t rity, which your inflexible adherence to
sottreejn for the temnval of ibuso ol his tri6 n6 Principles and the noie Men of
riuncillart who do not posats lhe conh- i., ..... . . . ,
dene, of the coonirv. The Diet places the 1,16 U h' P3M' l"" iM "l our S'". '
safety of the rtiy ol Vienna, the inviolability I Urge you In (he Polls. VtltMONT r.xrr.CTS
of the Diet and the Throua), and tbe wellaro ( trcKV Wmo TO no INS M'TV
Ul Ilia rMUHlll. aia,ui .nr. u(UIDIIUH Ul HIP
National Guard of Vienni.
'Pur the Dial,
Tb. rreiiH.r.t. FRANZ SMOLKA.
'Vienna, lltt. 0.'
The O.aterrrirhticho 7.eiion menllerit
ih stnval of the ilan nf Croatia at Itaab, I
with sn army of 90,006 men, and SS piece 1
of atullefrx Th arpraai h nl this anny in i
tbe confine of Austria, and the direction of I
irvtjir march haing from Raab lo Wieaelhoif. j
ana,, ronaja.qn.nl! a nn the high toad lo Vita-1
a, apneiri oi ,eti iinaaorwnr. lo i IJaMI-1
erreirthseh. Zr.lort,
Gnieral f rim has arrltad la tendon from 1
Pvrso Ri (i, '
Arerdmf to a Mw okas J.r. . are nm
Bfrtmiisvd carry on vradr lhrourool th.
whole of Ka.ia. !
AUI-et Ksder if abnrtW tn kw rrmored
frm Pao tu ill. Ct.ateaii d Aaaboiaav, oo the
Iv.lt. I
Tn Qneet af the fie'eiaras it bow ai Clare
CuKia, lha- fraodaiieiU etvHItK-tasr lot S.lfnrd ;
In del. ul ol b.r'. vwios TeeaJaj roaaasit- J
ted to Kirfcdal '
r taiwv a a sa atvi nra ! IH 1W aaWaWJ PSJaVall
let itv Norwegta Ganrtaoaent tpuarars (or
M. 14 Ee Vt.raa. Eivay Rttrtnrdiatn
sad Mialalei P1mpoairn:iry frasaihe Fr.nrh
1 ResMtMfe le Meticn, took has a. p. re err ii
tb. myal sswll alranwr Orel Weseetn it
, Vn Cret.
I Tbe Orftnte iet Fseilifra Ih, wfaas hd
kaei rtsarfed wkh htnntrt tMhaad a aoaMaa
r-irtutaf ihe penpL la reti.'i, waa triad and
aaMSSlaud at Djasa-lJajr', ran lb- ftrd ISMUal
lew tmnt , iatwe etnavWr of
Dye ireaat a cessd eM sMirsyfi mk at
teamijed fetf trs
i
i
T...1. .lo L...t4fr
rliwiwe'ii.wnv, I'tanls, Ofwkt.
lurktioJ Amt(in hi fl
tl (.trot, itltrvali, wl cornplrle
nahi in hat alfffl l Sfnlfnu.
hnfnii .wirnii.
A iit imilf lo that mtJe with H'
, . 1. 1 ,t (...t
nuiiaaoi iiornran.il ' i
rtbth j!in eiSo e. Thrrt huoJirJ
tKr 5a!-,io nrfe iiftly kiUtd in attack t
!-. ,.tcff ,af.rrcked AintrK.u thiPllBf ,mwil contrst-atid aU that i. now ;
nr ibr-y aiarj noMr.i.au ol .he e'RO. I
ike U Udn tnail Mr in tl1t irpott ,
n ma .i.ont circulahon in Horn bay, ,
f .-. ll . t L ul) I I
Tiet.mi" to tare h.rn Dr. Wolff under-
took hif iiiiftiion m Uokhara, wat Mill a-
hr, and rendins "I K'-khan n rolunUry ,
t lilr 1 1, report alio ilaiod I ul ho hail
. i i i. L i if .
tutnol Mnhornmtiiaii, and for Hat wwi
wis nat inclined to leare the couutrv of hit .
xdopliOl!.
T11K JIEUA11).
Wednesday Evening, Nov. 1.
Aittional Whif? Aoinhinlions.
ton ruKBiuu.sr or Titr v. tzirr,
Z A CHARY TAYLOR, ,
c Louitiana,
ron vici: I'r.Kniir.NT,
MILLARD FILLMORE,
of Sew York.
ron pninDiNTUi. rl.rrTom.
.V .. ...... .A . &' I At larce
w..,.1 .,, ',w '.V'yi , I
" '; ' "' ' ; T1 "
" . ' - "'
A . U H. U I L hV 3 1 I f l.
iw.u a u i.i-.m i.i.a. if, tin uianici.
---- "
WllllIS Of VCI'lllUIll ! ,
-.,-,,. . ;
0" the i il of November, you will bo
called on lo aid in fixing the political char
. ... ... 1
, lone
ytnrsiocomr. x ho pcr.ou is near nt ,
lhilreiil(aitivillrl.tnrrTiinfinrnminh.
U muK, determ.nenro m.3l,
' J 110 Breal siuc is between 1 vi.on
and Cass. They are, poluicnlly, wide ns
0nc oflhJmmu,! hoi
elected. Any other ixpcclalton is too idle
for serious eonsidero lion. particularly called fur; nnd not only in tho
Sustain Gen. Taylor, and you sustain, ' present instance, but in numberless others,
as you have ultvnys done, tho true Ameri- ( the name admonition might with good rca
can Republican Policy ; lit Gen. Cass be , sou have be en given. Vermont has for
elected, nnd a Domcttic nnd Foreign Puli- quite a timo bcon regarded as a tolerably
, cy, destructive of tho prosperity and danger j rcliablo ftt.ig state, nud wo aro quite suio
I ous lo the perpetuity of iho Union, will , that it will not continu c so ft day longer in
have received a sanction thai w ill immense
,1v nir'jrnvale its evils.
s.,a,nGcn.TAv,.oR, ad you ..id i
gimg lo the cnuse ol I- rcedoni and Arncr-
'. Jn.liiati v. nt the head of llie St-rmn. nf
'''""'"'ly, at the Head ol lhe
' "'"-u oiam-, mu uun.u. .-J r.,criut i
ue.e.uer oi iho American JanlT of 1SI2, ;
M.llauu I'n.LMont; of New York. Let I
(.en. Cars bo elecied, nnd tho canto of,
Muvurv Lxtcnsion and Free Trado wi he.
.-ry Extension and Free Trade will be
fiirnislad, in ihcsauie ixalted and rcspnn-
i.ble .union , w tih a v.yil.uit and powerlul
adroci.e ,,, W,. O. HurLat of Kentucky.
linn. iAVLOit is n sound, noblo-henrie-d,
comor-ativoWhig- Gen. Cam is.he em
bod.mrntof.hewor.t f.a.n.cs of ' modern
democracv The former 'has no enemi,
:
to puiiiib nothing to serve but his counirj;1"
Uie luller bus no Irieuus but pnrlizuus
noting lo servo but his parly. Choosn ye I
Your Electoruil '1'icl.ci is before you.
ll it compoicJ ol men who never iibused
your confidence, who oic incapable nfcotn
promising tho true interests of the Slate nnd
the Country. You cav elect them by a
mijoriiy never surpassed
Will Voir i3 it 1
in Vermont I
Whigs of Vermont I Your Stale Com-
IIAKRY BKADLKY.l
P0IITU3 IJAXTEH. w. . ..
C. P.WALTON JR.. lJJh,BIlfu,,e
HAMPDEN CU'ITS, Uomralwec
A P. L Y.MAN, J
Oci. 23J, 18-18
THE SEVENTH OP NOVKMHER.
On Tuesday ucxt the ib inst the
freetrsen of tbe Union are called open to
. : .n
"l'"""
,n uPon b0,,M lml &rJ eoon.
try, and om wnt iatisaauly eenMCtod
whb a intrTfttt M , ...tu mrf , I(eopf.
. . iT"1-
where mil aastour be found iu this
eriaill
Where will Rutland Count w place
beretlf ia this, eotueet ? -for which meaaore,
of rliey1--the vaav tueUiag, slavery exteml-
, . T. -' v
"7 Cmi aVLu las follower or
tbe ore eecaaerrauve fiJiey of the Whig
pertjf
Upo. the banner U,, oae -rts
w l k.'
m iMeribed Hatr jor Conyuu. SUttry pieee of tributary eluqsstsnee He was -JUsmeiaM
Vase Trade and tkt comtinu- poiated Diuriet Attorney under John Ad
eUiM of Ae Polk PolUf Oo the other i saH ' Wa vWaeatlv a snessiber of the
inaaaribasd its hoid isiVn si ivpav' eajfebrated IUrtford Coeseotion ; wat a
EXTENSION; A TARIFF l'ORTIlK
PKOTECTIOS OF FREE LABOR ,
TUB REPEAL OF THE INFAMOl'd'
SUITRA8PRT OBEMX. k THR
RIGUTdor NORTHERN FRESHEN
Vf MMe w. art triUistf to treat
ill. lt.!1iirf.t freemen nf Vrrtnniit and tt I
.aDr of OU lloihrnl Cur firam
.t.iJ.. in,r.inl a J mn.
ctt. ,
u UfMreri. na iot oi our ik
uri nLocirn tii-ir twujr turati meir
.. . ... . .i
,1,r libor are all to intelllcont and too1
. ....
flr .iw. atrtl too carrful of tbrir onu n
" . . . ,
Vcrrtiflnl U m.lj with a "nA rvte
,.,,. js ,. t il be .ern to that a full tote .
,
iiotr w here a thorough organirauou lias
..t l.Mtiwi i.rrtawl tut ittdl Intrit Hfntiii
iuaJfat once. Give u a full vote and the I
),! nreo Mountniiu of Vermont, r-hnll
)ljek Q ,m,lle rr,,r,onf0 to ,r ol 0f
. . . , , , v. ,
irtnrr tlmt ehall reach tn from New iork
. ;
Machusot(f, Connecticut, dionthrallrd
I'cumjirania, uiilo, ana llic wliolo array
i of "hip Slates that ihall on the glorious
' aeTcnth of November, give in the cxprcs
'aion of their continue 1 confidence of the
coiiacrrftlivo ptinciilo of tho ttlng party
and tlicir belief iu tho niblonc, honor and
safvly of (ieu. Taylor tho man who never
b-at ii battle who never knew the word
ilupln ity rteur deceived a friend, nor was
ctcr known to rhiink from a responsibility
BSTho New Vork Tribune has twice
iritiiiuiirtl ihnt tho Hon Jacon Coi.i.iii.ii
ij lo he rlccii-d U. H S'-naior for Vermont
in place of Hon. Wm L'rn am ; and a New
I ti.iiupinirc paper p'jrpnria to nnrc nuuiun-
l,k,. statement . On .he other hand
ty for a
the Troy Post com- s to tho rrtcuo of Mr
Ci'iiAM. dcclnnuo that lie "is tho pirscnl
Encumbent, nndn Li ttor Senator, or n (inner
0r more tincrri! frimd of freo toll couldnot
,
i
tho U. h S.ml- G.-ntle.n-i. of the press
ouisjdeof rrmont I wo hog you to It-t Ver-
"-onlors sclilu this qiustion for lliernselres.
lt js of far more importance lo ihrm limn to
you, and n delieolo rpieslion which needs lo
. . ..,). .1 V'.. .A.n.ii..ll,, l,;..i i,.
' - - r -
jjev (Q unJeant uhllti younetn .)
, n" .11 .1.
Yo shallccrhiinly have early arid ,.flicil
no'tco when the elrclion is completed.
Watchman and Slate Journal.
eSTW. think U,o advisatory remark,
'of the atchman, 111 tho ubovo case, aro
consequence of any foreign interference or
intervention.
Wo eivc tbeso special 'news items no
greater consequence, from the fact that they
.,...n.. r. .1 . nrimn nml
usuau. iiiiciiiuiw i.w... .v. t " "
ottentimes indiscreet friends of ihosepartic
uary interested.
Wu tlillU our friends out of tho State
jlftl,u . . r ,
. ....
ing these matter? uf o)imun thus expressed.
Ultensh.e icry.-We learn' that tho
je;vccr of
i , f ., , , ,", . ...
: V k ' m T ' ,w" enUw,,Vll,tUrl
&U" " M"nda' and r"bbci1
of nlmo!t ,,,c entire contents. This was
u., .nt. -i.i-i .fl
"u ",u l-"-s'-u oaiouiisinucuia oi (
tho kind in Vermont,
property taken must
anu t tic amount ol ,
thcrcfuro ho very
large. Col. Itussell is now in town using
.
the telegraph, and it is to bo hoped that tho
culm-its' mm-fall into .he hand, ,,fi,..i!e
'
, r , , ,
1 ray Conference Academy lly the
notice to bo found in another oolumn. it
will bo seen that tie commencement of tho
winter term of this excellent institution is
toeornmoncc on the I Oth inst.
Tho high reputation 60 long held by this
institution affords a sufficient guaratiteo
that its walls will as ever, during term timo,
bo well filled and though deprived of its
former head the popular, indefatigable and
never-tiring Dr. Peck wo nro happy to
say that in the selection of Pi of. AVie
man as Principal iho patrons of the insti
tution may feel a perfect asuraneo of its
conl inuod prosperity.
I Death of Harri'on Gray Cti. Tho
Ration papers of Mnndsy morning announ
j ced the death of this di.tinulbeii citizen
jof MaeeaehuseUs. The Transcript gives
the following brief sketeb of Ids life :
1 He was a defendant nf John Otis, who
came front England to ibis oountry, and
sell leu id itincriam, .'lass, in the rear
1680; and a nephew of tbe celebrated
James Otis of revolutionary memory, to
wboec etoqiieoee ami rwtrtotira the cause
of A me Keen ladaipeniieuce was to largely
indebted
Mr Otia was bora in this ei y. October
8th, I7').', arid was emseouonlly in hi
Mtbjrw. on lbs the cloning day of hit
! "e 1,,wwa1
in 1 1 j mow w. aaaai viauamsata-ai -liu aur
vivehim: Asa Andrew Jeremiah S. H use,
and John Esrine. Mr Otis hat filled many
irnpnrtant public oAesrs. Hp has rejweeebt
ed Mtvtaaelitietts in both housee of (Jon-
II:. 1. . la! t : .i r-
J- '"p. 4 af,otlt
m ltu Mtauuiri t fiMiiiiiiiin ia .
I'rwJetit of our StaU Seoate. Judge of
the lWnai Oswt ef toeaasoa PW, aad
the third Mayer of IkaMo.''
The hvat aublae a Uaia grt U
sasrMtUssUka splatter
: ai .7 . - .
fatMeitag tb
f Oaaawl Teylor,
we pmbitebed wm
fT Wblp wlH Jo well to look cot for
J RrJ Jlnit Uing JewhtU bj II
wrtd of aeerDttu between
Mt
lime of dejoiting llietr roto on TnenUy.
-
A now lanJcr ctuiccrtiing Ocn. Tajlor'i
tlate prt'ptrty hat lcon inucd from ono of
! th freo toil offices ami we douut not tint
(alrintion will bo thrown
manv moro
"luon8 1,10 I,,:ol"0. " "u 0,w
. I 1 1 r ll,M nlAytllnii
lV ,!,c "P,of w lwo cnac..a..
Iao,k out aUo to tee tint vour tolct ro
all riglit. .yplit tickcta, and crery variety
,
vote may bo looked for on tho day ol
election.
taST I'd no Whig r'l to read the ad
drcait of tho Stato Committee, and tho able
apecch of tho Hon. Daniel Webster pre
paratory for tho dutici of Tuctday next.
11tension oj Slavrry. Among tho
lVf-n'nlpiita nlin Imvc sirncd bills to tirohibil
Ulavery in tho territories ol the U Statii
are :-
George Washington, a hlavcholdcr
J 1 10 in as Jcllur&on, a slaveliuldcr.
James Madison, a rlovuholdcr.
lames Monroe, a slaveholder.
Andrew Jackson, n slaviholdcr.
That (ion. Tajlnr, another slaveholder,
will, as President, do tho same thing, wo
have no doubt; whilo Gov diss, a non-
slavcholdjr, says, if clectod, that ho will do
no such lLl"B-
In tho published 'order nf pro
cecdings,' for n rccont display in Now York
citv it was ordorcd that tho proprietors and
driven' of public earrings anil all ouncrs
- .
of private vehicles, should not enter or oc
cupj-the streets through which the proccas
ion was to move, during tho litno nf its
paiisaec. We think these gentlemen might
; t0 witne tllis
provided they did not bring their -carts'
.... , 1 1
! ,vilh t!icm
out. as orders arc imperative
we suppose the rocular pedestrians had it'
1 nil to themselves.
. ,
,. , , , , ,
rSy- Uil.i:t, the popular keeper of tho
' .tlhambra,' at Whitehall as will bo seen
by his advertisement, has removed from his
old minrtors nnd taken his nosition in a
now establishment. Ilut tchat of thitt T i
every body will find him his beautiful i
i i
frcsh isters his sweet 'taters, fruits, and , turn. No wonder his soldiers have confi
all his excellent assortment of nick-nacks ;dmce in htm. No wonder ihnt victory
just as well as ever,
I
"
' County appointments for this county :
C.r.r.i.... n i i
dortlou NtMTvIl find Klifiha Allen. Asm-
latit Judges ol the Coniity Court ; Jacob
hiigertoii, Rutland, Sheriff; Moses Hawks.
High JiniliO : Wm. (J. liittredu'c. State's
meornuy; tiarvey litilton, Aliuun tvar
iier, Judges of Prohotc; Edwin Edgorton,
Martin U- Everts, Charles Hurt, Juil Cuin-missioucrs.
E- We regret to learn that Mr. Car-! 'l he Locofoco papers ore publithirig nu
penter, the member from Pownnl, died sud- "i"0"' ceit.ficnies lo proro Gen. Cnsi a
denlv at Monlnelier on Momhiv Isst. Mia
, ,J
i.waitii J i . J - v. iiiiuuu iuio jii.ivv lu.i lilO,
HEAR TOM COK WIN.
I lie said ho would vote fur Gen. Tnvlnr
would use all th inrntiH in liiu tinwir Ii, an.
.... - - .v. v-
. .1 ,. i i
cure his election. ' because. iiltliou"!i
' slaveholder Gen. Taylor is opposed lo the .
' S.xtc,'!iun ?f l?ry because if elected'
i I'resulunt, be will not use hn Veto nor his
nifluuiice to establish slavery in any part
our territories, North or South, aequ'rc l
of
or
to be acquired. And here again,' said Mr.
Corwin, "1 tpeal: what 1 A-note I jponk
not without authority, and I tell you I
fVnotc Zachary Taylor will not uso his per
sonal nor official influence for the puriu.e
of extending slavery into any of bur terri
tories 1 h-now it. Think not, my friends,
(ho continued,) that I om here to 'maku a'
. . .... ..
Haltand Halt An Anecdote w.
heard a good one a few days imee, of an old
German woman, w bo kes-ps an inn soma.
Hher.m ihe Whig eouoty of Somerset
He ii remembered ibai. ibougb the widow
h.s coieenosigh m her paf.u r l, sh,
was ooniKlerably not of son on M.'tie.'
maueis. Hav you any Case men m this
ike widow -nae
caeb ,. -A, Tavlo,
I i"ivj
men, I taippoee then,1
j .
aid llie stranger.
lOO. IIUWIlJ lb.
t-vae, nae if ivior men
old lad. -What .11 U. v.m fl.." . . T,
i .
troatan hi v an rnreo too laid lb. Kll
a. r it is
Well, thea, who the smaxhief are ihey g0.'
a larr i iiujoumi in ira-lr, ho had
t mu time, uein to ihiak the old
saay
l ;-J ? "JUr dev calb'ugt
J.' for
, aothrr vaiier ties- caita OU T-fc-t ii
lalal avattaa. .aV. "l""r"
!?! "T ,.,7 P r
case lor Gen. Taylor. Havel not sacri-1 ces,Dnt ,u" lurte-niimiis carried torehes,
ficed as much as any of you in defending I ,v''' numerous bsnds of music niilnl in
the principles of Free Soil? In their dc-' 5,vr'fJ a novel and extraordinary ifTect to
ftuco I have battled, when few battled with j display.
me. On this platform I took my standi C""he citirt nnd towns which turned out
when lodo so, I had to soparato forever tJe'"eal'onat wu observed Lowell, rcpresen
from dearest friends friends who for twen ,c" 'er ' 'B''1 hundred, with excellent
ty long y ears had slood by me through gocd mu"". end all sons of banners; Charles
and evil report Upon this arl I oast my- ' lI1lv,n- " nurt":l'0" delegation, with Hunker
self, with all my hopes freighted, and bur- I " Monument in mininlure, borne on tho
feted, almot with single arm, the waves of ,I0U'')''' "fsix men; MMldcn.eirie hundred
popular indignation. Think not, therefore ""Y "rong. with music nnd banners ;
that I will abandan it now, when in full he,,rV,i Cimbridgc, EistCumbridge, Iynn
tide of popular favor. No.no; I support l"lGljm- Cohaseei, Hrooklioe, Unghion,
Gen. Taylor, lcause of the throe eandi-i ,f ,TlCin' Wa,e"oWn, Waliham, Roxbury
laics for President now before us, with," -vrc strongly renresenied in the pro
biro, and bim alone, I am willing to' tmst 1 ce"'on- Every ward in the city turned out
the eberiibod principle which you and I n.'u" I"01 of voters upon the occa
have aoloog approved. ceAaf Cotum. I10"' . ,.
ot'aair. Among the bodies which atiraelcd mott
alteniion, was (tie 'lvenhoe lt-ni mi,
iuhr...WHietfiflB C
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN
John Van Hutrn ion of Martin, nnJ a
and the!b'J Ueturrf fjr bit Dad, hm wrturn a
letter to teme or hit political Irirtnit in
AUUtna, and the following n the doting
piragtaph
The tecantj of the tihu of SlaTholdert
in Slarihulding Stain wi confititirJ by
the unanimoui toice of tho UulUlo Con
Tciiiion . and the touth would uctificc iheir
true fticndi, thcmtflrti, and the (Jnien, if
1 . . . '
l hey jo.nrJ in lurcra.Iul ctui.irie aRmml
u,f notntnera or pnnr .pit I ol mat unpiccr-
of
freemen.
i I m., r.. It .. .......
wjn Hi mi nui 4iiJiy )uii
j. van uuiu:n.
New York, Spi , 8tS."
Of courto u mcani that Vnn it begging
for Slavocrntic rotrs.
SBC )I. Jificnon Davn, of Musinlppl,
a dittinguiihrd Democrat, who wai wound-
j ed in the battle of Uiiiun Villa, recently
i made a iprcch at Vickibmg, in laror of Iho
'election u( Urn. Cut, for the (Jolontl, aa
, it well know n, it n atrong lA'mocrat In
' the couric of hn l.arrancue hn alluded lo
' iho Whig cnmlidr.tr, and rrmaiknl, Hint it
any peuun rxpecird hun to rprak rtil of
(ieu. Taylor tlivv would be ilisannoinled.
He knew no ovil of the old hero, nnd spoko
of hun ns one of llic purr si and tioblr-M mi n
the world had ever seen. The Colonel
itemed greatly ninrtd in speaking of (Jen.
Taylor, and his eulogy on iho old man was
received ttith thunders of involuntary np
i plause. He rrferrcl lo Iho kindness and
, almost pttcnnl regard shown by (Jen. Tay
i lor to thu Mutissippinns under Ins coin
I maud, and ives again inlcrrupted by a norm
I of cheers.
"I It-stid, ihatlhrnld ficneral stood god.
! fnlier ,0 I)f) .onJ nf MlJ)Mnm u ). nn)j
"tho nar nud smoke tf Ihe fight, they wero
l'p"z d in blood on ihe lir ijjhts of Hutna
Visia-nnd a. gnu. romptllnl to pauio
I.v n hnri lfnn,. nf niifilanae I I e.lltl that
I " II " '
during ihe iiKiLTiis of Iho bottle, niter hu
(C'ol I v is) w us wounded, Gin, Taylor
c unr nnd ?ni don n befido him the firm
determination on his brow seemed strug
gling wuli an erpresiion of derpsorrow for
tin- Ir.ive fellows who had fiilb-n. nnd those
who were ytt lo bi'e Ihe dull when, on
being interrogated as lo his purposes, ho re
P lr(1 "i"etiio liro of on unconmiercU will
! Clenmcd in his eye 'mv ununited tire be
Ai'nri me, and J rhall never pass them altvc I'
I -uoiil Ihu lime the crowd bi-camo so excitMl
imitt1Py werenlmost ready to carry tho
Colonel from the ttand "
! This touching and most heroic reply, siys
lhe ''"'nnre American, has never before
come loour knowledge. Ii is one of ihoto
clnrnclertf ic sayings which so strongly
murk (ii-n. T.ivl'ir's firm, yet generous nn-
. went with htm, and perched upan his stand
urd, wherever it
floated over a contested
Ifield
I iO Wt ISrlllO TV.altntjtai Kit n n n n a n
dc-
rat an w m a eHillt.1, Wf w I a ' 1 1 1 I V J
Clhi-tt t tint nf nnmri
I P..
IVnch Crfr, Ln.n, otiduo ) D.finiiion
lo qumlto drfeni, lo uuiiiil . (Ohsoleir.)
, Sue Wi
Poor L is ! irnnsilivr in diameter nnd
obsolete in nnnie quashed. ,i-frntei nnd an
nulled in siynifirntion. Ho mint ho a goni
case w hi n lhe Dictionary lumi against him.
1 " ' '"l "u" . ov 'oub'o' any
.man wnoinniiiu imve
the
prcsu mpiton 10
(Vrn . Taylor'
offer a certificate as
bravery 1
to
A fig for these certificate heroes I We all
remember that Jnmcs K. Polk obUiincd nnd
1 m hltali'-tl n ....iiifinin r, r I.!m . ...... .. r...
.. u ...... h . ,,,, .,.: ui it i a cuii.ur.j niiur
1 . , ,, , ... . "
n having his nose pulled by Wise Lou. Jour.
Torch LinriT Pnocrssio.v at Uoiton.
Thu whig torch light proct ssionMondayevc
limp, wjs one of lhe largeit nnd moil bril
liant demonstrniioos, of n political charne.
ler, tvr eer recolloct lo have seen Tho
procisiion, from (our to six and eight deep,
was one hour psising our office , and the
duplay of burner, moilos, devices, &.C., il
luminated by a continued blaze of fireworks
nnd rockets, inrcslcd tho pugonnt wiih a
moil lirely, exciting, and imposing degreo
of interest Of thu vast number in the nro.
.il. I r .. ..
dreiicii en coatome, with a beautiful banner
jlhe hoarders at lhe 'UnitH States' an impo
! , M '"e procewion, but
I t ', " , . nlumr- 'nthiisiasm iho
' . ? L,hi 0""d ""f
'T
,femulo,H ,how fof 0ii Zk turel
' ( rtVM'
i i lis iiiin BiiiM I rnm iiiu iiaii . ik. i
,-a-. Ur N." v" i....." . .. 7 "
' est-r j vim, uqtifijr VO 1Q
(be tlh Rsiraw,, 0f nfcr ,ora P.sa-
I .L a- rv
" 'ue com,UBa "'"et .Ma.
a severe storm
caxeipelled to pot beck, and artieed faeie on
the I Gib insuiii. Oo ihr &fa uiscanl, svl,,ie
iha storm wee retina, Liftjt Chuttopher
Ii. Peirr, ft lhe Ah InCanlrv r
a.i.. . . . . 1'
ir.e men rjirq on saeerd, and eoa man was
,h. M eelefaV.ud CcmmlZ
p.ny, from NewponTli I
i... I'm J.S '' m
Perry was a son '
re (!ner II.
avnd was a a
JiaWir. I P l(f arneaJM
-err far Kesr Yawk a. t.
will leave to
the Cratceoi C
i'"
O. ChSMkW, iTHt.

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