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Verm nt Legit latere.
Tut'MHAr, Oct. 10, 1W.Q.
IV Senate as calU-4 in ontcr bt
u Hon. IloWrl ricrtsuit, ihi
prayer wm of rd by lUf. K. J.
."oU of MentpriWr.
TW rvll m thru called. Mrj
McIm of Caledonia and Lapham ol
Kullaivl Wing aWtit, wJ tLc oath
11m CoUeainti re Uit minrt of lit
ramtant aMo-niilcd U cwmm thr
vU Pi tititenxjr, Lirot. tiovcniu,
an I TrraMrrr : -
Mcmci. Rjaney of Bennington Co.
Lrman of Windsor,
Hyde of HntUnd,
Tufu of Windham,
Seymour of AddUou,
lligclow of Orange,
I Halt of Chittenden,
Tri of Wadiirigtwi,
Jos of ''alcdoni,
Foster of Franklin,
Itobinvm of Ijmoilc,
Hstrs of Orleans,
Dtcjf of Kwi,
Man in oft! rami Isle.
Mr. McL:an came in ami took lii
On motion of Mr. Currier the Jv'ti
ate iirvcecdcd to ballot for h'ecrctar.
with Uic following result:
Whole number can ii7
1. W. C. Craike, IS
K. A. StausUurv, 8
cn. II. Paul. " 1
Mr Clarke wan therefore declare
duly elected and received the oath.
On tlic ballot for assistant Secreta
ry, Samuel M. Conant was elected.
The House tuet at ten o'clock and
wai called to ortler by V. V. Merrill.
Kp, Secretary of State After tin
roll had bean callcil, tho Secretary
stated that a credential in due form,
certifying to tho election of I von
Lucfl as, icprescutativc of M.-.nsfiehi.
had been presented to him, which cre
dential, in accordance with a dcci?
ion Uit year, was rejected by the Sec
retary, on tho ground that Mansfield,
is now a ail of the town of Stowc ;
and the oath was then administered
to the members elect.
Mr. llridges moved that Ivory i
Luce be admitted to a scat until his ;
eve can be decided by the llouso ; j
rejected unanimously. (
The House was then directed tm
the election of Seakcr ; when Mr.
Warner nominated Thomas E. Tow-)
ers of Woodcock, Mr. Hatch nomina-'
ted Win. Mattock of I'eacham. and i
Mr. llridges nominated Issac 11. How
dish of Swantou. The ballots were
Thomas E. Powers, '.;"
Wm. Mattocks, 7a
Isaac 11. liowdish, l!l
lieo. V. Crandcy, 14
Win. llridges, ' (5
Joseph Warner, t
Koyal Hatch, 1
IMerick Kichardson, 1
John Coibv, 1
I). A Hcald, 1
111 ballotitl'M were aftctwards had
which etood about as tho first, when
the House adjourned.
KnHi.sv, Oct. 11.
Prayer by Dev. E. J. Scott. !
t ii-i .ii i .i i
.'jr. arKcr caiieu up me rcsoiu-, franklin
tion providing for a joint assembly, nuhhcll.'
ami it was so amended as to make Lamoille
the time this afternoon at il o'clock t. ii-h
On motion of Mr. Chandler the
mSarl W f if"' WT.
made a choice cf Dev. h. h . rutnam,
xu'V'll'T' i .i . .i c-
Mr. Crowley moved that the - en -
sto choose standing committees, which
motion was agreed to and the follow-
ing aro the names of those elected.
Cvminitlet on Finance. Went-
voiUi, Seymour, Hyde,
Commit tee on Judicium, Chand
icr, iwyce, turner.
Committer r..;.. v-. i
Committtt on Kducxition.
Committet on Manufacture!.
tcr, llanner. Keith. i
Committee on Flection. Ijv
ham, Martin, Town. I
Oommittet on Military Affair t.'
Crowley, lligelow, Goss. " (
Committee on Ji'oiult. Holbruk.
Dcwer. I'arkcr. -
CommiUet on Ifanl$. l'latt, Hates
Committe on Land Taiet. Dcw-i
eyColbani, llobinson. '
A communication from the Secre-
tary of Sutc wai read, infonning the(
Senate that -100 copies of the journal I
of tbe constitutional convention of
1850, were in hi office to bediitribu
ted at the General Asscmblv tnav
Mcatnu Chandler and Parker were
appotnted as committee to infenn the
Ucut Governor of his election, and
conduct him to his seat.
Acwrdingiy the Hon. Julius Con
verts appeared, and after rcceiiing
tho oaUhofoSct comtncticd(its duties,
addreeeing the Sttiatc.
The journal luvkig Utu read, the
Hou4 Kwucnvd lallolmg f jr Sak
Thomas K. I'oicr,
I. It. Howdiah,
Geo. W. (iiandry,
J. A. Vail.
Tlicrcti0o, THOMAS K. PuWKKS.,
Ki., of Woodstock, was declared to 1
lc elected Siakernd Mwr, tlran
dev and Maitwks were ai iinted to
notify Mr I'oncn of h tlcction.
Hie Committee immediately irilmdu.
ccd to llio lloune tho Siieakcr elect,
it ho w sworn and taking the chair
addrmwil the Ilouo as follows.
Ocntlcman of the House of Kcpre
CTitative Tlic only return which I
can inw make you Ivr this rather tin
Mpected and tl,tit unmerited mani
festation of your j;encrou! confidence,
is an expression of my inot sincere
thanks, together witli an n-uiancc on
my part of an honest intfntivn at Icait 1
In .liPlf,r,.n th ,t,.;r l-f..r,. ,..
with impartial v
I tniM I am not alto-ctker unmind
ful of the fact, that the duties or the
lace you have aasi-ned mc, arc both
.rduous and rcsnsible, and that
.belabors of the session before us. I
llllit.ilt Willi li.nrrtf fkitrw.fri.iii in
oust fail to discharge them will
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'V A ..V,...VV. . I".
lowevur oi your jreiicrous ant-in tne
rocution of the woik iifon which w e
ire now entering, with that, and a
inn reliance upon Him who is the
iind dispenser of events, let us at
nee cuter iik;ii the task which it is
or peculiar province to perform,
vith an eye single to the welfare of
our beloved Coinnit-nwealth.
The House was then directed to
he election of Clerk, when Mr.
Hcald of Ludlow nominated Chalon
V. Davoy, Kmj., Mr. Mattocks noui
mated (Jiistavus A. Ilurbank, Ksij.,
ot Danville, and Mr. iiurliank nomin
ated Henry Clark, Ksij. of Poult
Clark, 1 t
Thos. Dartlctt, jr. 1
vhalon F. Davey, Esij. of Uur
lington, was declared elected, and
On motion of Mr. Warner, ordered
that the Senate bo informed of the
organization of the House, and Mr.
Warner was appointed to perform
The Speaker nominated and the
House appointed the following Com
mittee to join tho Committee of tho
I Senate to eauvass the rotes for State
Iknnin'iton County Messrs. Koot
I, .1 li r i ,
IIVnittamMcasra. Howe. Sheato. I
yHf.mJ-Messts. Evarts, Colburn, i
D7(for -Messrs. Hcald of Lud-1
law f)wt 'l't I ..li ll
.lOW. USgOOd, lWltcnoll.
Oran. -.-Messrs. Tcnr.cy, FiGeld,
"atc" 0' Strafford. .
n.,... v.-., , 1
.,..;,. .v.,a, ,U, wWu-
Caleil-nn'ii Mossra. M..nlr.i, . riill-. I
-Messrs. Leavens, l'latt,
-Messrs. Noycs, Wheel-
1 (Vmts-Messrs. Dickcrman, Wor-
lh; , r
.McsB Denton, Carruth,
I 11 rand hie Messrs. Landou, Dab-
lcoc.(. jjjh '
i ., ...
' ,r Pr08?nw, tne memorial
!,,f K,,i,, 1 aWS -s cat as rep ,
i rc.entativ . tllC ,0,v" ' - lielsca,
hich was referred to the Committee
The Chair announced the
tec on Ituleti Messrs. Grand v. Vail
i3"!15!1 - .
'"e ',a'r api;iitcl tho folio v
lameil jicrsoiis as oiheera
W. W. Noycs, Door Keeper.
ira A. l ailing.
G. G. Fish,
Officers of the
Luther L Duraut,
n , , , ., , ,
.::.1'a'r.:!1:a.I,,'V,". ?,, Ul
jiersous as Committeo
Mr. Dickcnnan of Coventry,
Held of Hrandon,
Keith or Sheldon,
Howe of Vernon,
Kiehardson of Waiuficld,
Hoit of 1'enmiigtoii,
Gaigc of Hnstol.
Ine Senate came iu and the Can-
vassiu conmitU-c rclortcd as fol
Whole immber of vote. 17,007
Chaa. K. Williams elected, '-'I,I8;I
Lucius II. Feck,
For JJcut. G Werner,
noic number of votes 17.au..
Juhui Converse, clectcl, Io ;
hole number of vote
..-iv,i.ie.i r uim, J n.'i'.'U cxUau.1 ivtlti.;n tU-y W ere mUjiumt
1 1... I ! ..I- l ifi.il.-i.il ii ., ' .
For Trent orrr.
Whole number of votes,
(ico. Howes, elected,
J 04. lVUn I,
Lucius II. Notes,
Tlic fknato withdrew.
me ryenaio wmuircir.
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jMendon. that the rodent clcr-rmctt
,ofIontlicr, ufficUuj as chapaina
during the sei.io:t. Arotcd.
Mo.Vli W, Oct. 1 1.
, Jivmu, uoutf. jii.u
1 ',0,,w: mcct 111 J"1"1 assembly at
i i . . .i tr if i
' m 1H" "ir " "T" g
VI i'iHVinv v. uiii v f VVIIVKI -a III
Jt'tolation. llv Mr. Cronlev.tlmt
the I'lcsident noininato and Senate
elect one Senator from each congress-
ional district to canvass the votes fur
Uenresentativcs to Congress : which
mln.,t,.l ,,.d S4.,..,i,.r?ll!..M...I,l..r.
Lman. McLean and Weed, weic
elected as the committee. Hy Mr
ii! i .i i i
g0f " "OWI I10U5C3 IllCCt III
'jojut assembly at .1 o'clock p. m. Wed
J ucxt "tw cIct;t Sa, "Iri.jSoii.
,,t'"t ofmon schools three Dircc
1 lV aml a wre"'lent of the state
,l'r!f" a coinmiMioiicr for the Insane
" w" 7...v .nni ,.1.11111
l,?,"ar!".3 5 ordorc1 to llu 011
I The resolution for the election of a
C,., y.. ,
uuiiiM uiuiw .jvimiur uu ii cuir-su;i y
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at II. p. m. was amended in the House
making the time Thursday at 10
clock a. in. and agreed to.
Tlic Snkcr nominated and the
Home appointed the following com
To Ctnmm votesor Count; officer.
Hutlaiid County Messrs. Oaborno,
I I 11 .
Windsor County Messrs. Foster,
To Ct't(s cole for Member of Con
jren. First District Messrs. Crawford,
Johnson, Colburn, Green. Drown.
The Speaker announced the follow
ing STANDING COMMITTEES Ol' THU
n. .. m HOUSI'..
On llMlrt. Mr. Crandr of Vrrgcnnci.
Vail or Montpelirr, Unrlk-tt of l.vnrfon.
Howe or ViTtion, llichtrdson of Wniufieltl)
dlt-biiry, Cnwliird of Putney, HubbH, of
uf Wii.fwli. """ru,onJdati(m could have liecn ofil-red us,
OnMtttor,j.mh, Mr. IIoc or Slmre.
ham, llnrlow ol WmuW, llrunrnnf Slircni..
bury, llyilc of Itockingliam, Ilcrnck of
"Wj-rfW.,,. Mr Colby of S4li.l,ur,,
Crandy of Wrennp, Itartlott of Lyndon,
ricrann nf Millnn KmUm nC It a.!. it
i ' - i "Mivfui auiiuii. r iiitrm
'jJJ1! bu' ,Aikcn of "';., I
aVVin.'Ttr'ltfard of l.udlow. Mont.
?? of Walcrford, Hatch of Slrafliird, Wor-
ll""gl".n "r 'fab"'8h, iiarlowor FairiWid. t
V. mr Jonet or Corn-
w,, )rWoyor Hartford. Moore of H.n,ill.
n i.lgTituliun. Mr. Cnpron ofTiiimoutli.
Zu . WT&i? S ,
" UITitits. hit. CarrutliofConcoiil,!
tJjlr, r 0rw(lli Kl f Kl,tM "
Mr. Ifi:ilil ftf
li.x. IJcnlor WnrrVni KMlV'cf li.'rrc .
lluiniirry jf llurk-, (i.nild of Cabbot, CUi.i, ,
lowii, iirii.ii of Waicrtitif. T.mU of vitirr,
IliSltS'K KM ef A"'ur;:','
utntral (umtntttt. Mr. I.favtnn of Herk-
r siuw, c.rruih of Cone-,
ci..tfr, Benedict r Art:
iirVTK r mth..!i
n We.t win.i.or. tiiMji-. Pf st. Aiin.
HON. SOLOMON FOOT NOMI-
NATKI) U. S. SENATOR
Wc leant from a unm-nwr
1 .-nn ...'u o.. r
I "...i... vm ii- imi liuill liurilll"-
W-!.on,his,or,,ing, that telegraphic des-
i ri, joiinun n i Miart.burv, iinrcc u( Orr- ul pleasure, improving tne oppor-
v-.v.:;.T,, ";v "'t;rr..o.,VvVrtS?-. tiv,i!:vr l ccf taken
Wihnarth nf AMi.n, ChiM itf Kiirlrr, II itch liat PCt OdXO Calls "ft rMc Ul011 U
f llrUllLflitl.. VV'irfa i.r II..,l.,rl.tll .r Mil k l 1 .
t:;;;r;rorwv.i.;n:w;iVb,irv;;i;v;.e;;w;; ,c ry a" "oad to cas-
r tiMitrnni, tirxintrr r Huniineion, I'nor i,r tleton, on tho fii'st day of the Fair
I Newark. Stewart of Ilrm. 'tv."...' "V" 1,1:11 PlCaSaill Village
rd, Hill of hie u oi genucmen ica
I,, , i . oi tneir tieueu ana re-
patchc. had been received at I hat place, turned to the old fashioned mode of
a) ing thatjjn Legislative Caucus last travel. Our train wa3 led off gallant
evening, Hon. Salomon Foot received ly by an engine, not of "forty'parson
j ..v ..wiiiiiii.iiuii iui ii. n. ounaior.
! SIR JOHN Fit AN KLIN.
...iilih: uine lccu rccciveil in
I i . .
England, from Sir John Uoss, :.ninlalt3cnc two diuk colored vehicles
'I... a .... .1. . lO.I faliuil - !- - . !
thai nn ihe 13th of Aug., three Eiui.
maux wt-ro funud on thu ice off L'an!
( York, ami on beins ijuestioned, they
stated that in ihe winirrof IHIG two
elups weie biokeii by ihe ice iu the di
rection or Cape Dudley Digg, and af
ii rnsnl burnt by a fiene iril uf natives.
Thl the Miips iu ijiid-tion were not whaler.-,
and tliat vtaulctiu vetv worn hv
i . .i .. i .,1 . . -
- i . . i
i-Muc vi mc n juic men. i mi part ol the
cn-Tia acre iiv.r,el, tlt i)k remainder
rre Kiuctmie m houa us imU, aiiart
. -I - .1 .
naS .he Baiiv ; tht they hI gilu
but - ,!ia't u?s in a weak "Zi
ly much I iim rtiallti iUi
Till- W TUM) II KK A 1.0.
tiiuksijav, ocr- 17.
CF lrri.'.aliee procetiliiiRS recvived
tip to the time of poing loirtM,ill be
i found in ur rper of today. It will
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bo Mo that On rrar lUllnttnt lint
"S,,n P' ,onfi ,,:nm nm'
t th aJduional nrigtlj--but bow
well he may be nblc tn guide il, remain?
io be iccn. l or ouiJf wo no not
rvaion to doubt bis kill in handling the
iblmiu, and juiling from bi first mcs-
M1?c, t ,,uhluheI, wc think ho will
,nnUu ft nt rate or W:.Son boy
io piiidc on the Slate car.
1 ,n,u "J 'V bo"1 forl",, n"J
lencthv nolicu of this muis:ise at the
pre!iil time s but that it i fueh a doc
umcnt n. ilioutd satisfy the piojde of
Vermont, will bo apparent to every in-
(cl! , n who n.nd, iu in
"'"S'S1, r in any ucl.oti that he may
ber.-ancr pursue, any wi-ong is done to
,I,U fieesoil democracy, we shall probalily
i t : .i. i. i . t
iroiu n inruugii mrir ui jj.iih. c
wait for Uic first cntisism on his Mcs-
rngc. Let all n-ad it.
w- Wl. B;v ,,1h.o to the following
oumillll,lic:ili(m of all c,tWmed friend
ILH wu 'WI'I,C"W' w ',:IV0 '"'l'u l'bii'ed
( in tlic smiu (nm with our corrc-poiiilent,
on tho occanou ivfom-d to, wo foci hound
., ... .. ... . ..
hi inaKo n lew rcitiurKK in reiaiiou io nif
article. This we do in justice to' oursclf
and the company, as well as to Kiften the
feeling of di.s.Miti!fiiitioii of any other
' Tickets' that feel in like maimer aggriev
ed in regard to the matter alluded to.
In the firxt place, it should be taken
into eum-ideratioii that tho track of the
road was but jiii-t laid, and the excursion
or aceomniodatiou trips wero run en-
tirely for the convenience of those wish
ing to avail thciiiy.dvcs of the ride Umhi
the mil,' and not for any profit that could
accrue to the company. In the next phu
none of the furniture of the road had been
placed upon it, and consequently, iu or
der to give this aceomniodatiou, they were
obliged to hire of another road, such rtm-
ning ' machines' as they could. As it
' turned out, they were on the first day
- . , . . '
, disappointed ill getting paj-bcngcr cars.
T1' l'l?'fbrm car alludcl to. is m,c!i as
wo believe is used on like occasions,
thrm.K1,out the eountry-and if it icoi.M
Iiavo htojurod nuning, mo letter accoiimm-
iiation eoutil nave neon otL-red us. As
for the gentleman who thought he ' unelt
Ma't'I) hc or baggage car, we think
f? ""f ,,,U,to11 !,t'iU,C'1
hiiiiself, or at least, nomewhat t-heepi.-hly
inM- H c"u,i h:,w i-
flHIIlll fill tltn ' i.iii11' If ,n l.n,1 ,...1.. ....
riiivia it iiu iiiki iiih irii
"-" t t tbe fair.
our correspondent had occasion to
1,avo m'",0 a cxeur-ion to the
fair, he would have found a ideasaut seat
!n n a,llon,1.i ' ... .......
r....Su. i.u, nun Circi
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nh Mieh company ns would have left
For Hie Hcjald,
V' completion of railroads in this
region lias greatly increased the a-
tni-vlitif nP rKniml nn.l ........ .
,""v"' ""'"eio.n par-
Till A I M i .
V - .A Company llOIll .Moilt
real VlSltCll DoStOll, and the COHllIi
"ft returned by a similar visit
to ..Montreal by the Dostonians. There
id "? moro excursion which deserves
until IIOIICC. At tllO Opening Ot
!, a party
ing the old
nous mode of wagon travel
might pass over the new road and
. . a a
tI,c sl,Iu',iJ tho Falls, and
return again for tho trilling sum of
Kkct ero Enchased
for tho trilling sura of
gentlemen of all professions, and
. - I
occupations ; merchants and mechan-
ics, the pulpit and the bar, and one
1 i'a. v.
Jhcic was some little Uisap-
jomtuicnt when the steam coaches
i . .i .
uroo into tne Uenot tor nasscn-'eiK.
, . . ., . .. - o J
ad fastidious -gentle-
ii,,, says, uui oi iwcn-
ty "orsc nowcr, the crank playing iu
the middle like a hand oran. To
this owerful locotnctive there were
.yvuv uk II0 0I an omnious, with
steel springs, open only at the door
way, and accommodated with feats of
unplaned hemlock. The eiiuippsgc
was completed by the addition of a
platform car, which gave a fine open
view of the country. Some unman
nerlv fellows called in the passengers
by the cry of nan,uan and cadda, tak
ing the outlaudish idea from tho re
ported fact, or tbe imagination that
sheep and cattls lad been lusK-nger.
iu the same car. It wai even af
firmed tiii oath by a few out spoken
utcn, igi.oraut of tic good breeding
jl tlic w jild, that out- of tho rari c.
miucil a strong tarr'iaA ""rfl- Ot
tli'u, I have no knowledge, fofl er
ecived no savor ef the kind iin tlic
ear I had the honor to.eccurr. All
OH board giving the skrill signal like
the scream of a mountain eagle, c
twunded off on the conre. Our
i-Miuuuyr h K5m iHiiiy , mi
i.li.rn.liAM In Mil tli l-.taiinitrtM
I.... !. . I.. ....I
iy tho perlonoancc f his duty ah
Uiougti no was employed only tor tlic who nave not icceivtd discharges, or
day having conscntccf for the occasion have accidentally lost them, may not bu
to leave his regular lino of business, j disappointed In obtaining their just it
Tho distanca run over was nlmut iiini! ward.
miles, and wc reached the stop-jio in
,tu.t Tr.-!.. ,:.,. fi'i.
iww. iwjr kiiiiiufrvi Jlliv lunula uii
tho opjKMitiou lino kept pace with us
it part of the ay, but wo distanced
them in the end. On the return wu
were only M minutes by the watch,
running time. A more pleasant ex
cut sion could not bo desired. The
high bluffs and sugar loaf peaks by
the way mado a fitio appearance, as
wo leisurely viewed thcui by the side
doors of the cabs ; but wc envied the
platform passengers who with a sky
roofed canopy had nothing to obstruct
their vision. Through the long cedar
swamp tho ride was beautiful, but a
few limbs from the trees whipped us
as wo passed, as if they felt ashamed
of our cruipjingo for tho first time on
the road, ho accident occurred and
kind be advertised, it would be well
to Hccurc tickets beforehand, as there
will be a rush for scats.
For I lie Herald.
Mn. Editok :
A few days since, in company with
my friend Killington, I visited South-
erland's Falls, and in the course of
our rambles we visited a cave in that
vicinity which has lately been discov
ered, and which is commonly known
as 'Munger's Cave.' The entrance
is on the 60uth side of a loibro of rneks.
0M few rods north of the rcsidonco of
T William Humtihrcv. Esn. Wo were
not supplied with any of the 'fixius'
necessary to such an undertaking, but
our curiosity would not allow us to
leave it without entering. The en
trance to the first apartment is suffi
ciently largo to admit a full sized man
without difficulty. This room is about
ten feet equarc, and tho walls nppcar
to have been formed by water run
ning down the sides, impregnated with
something similar to lime. The walls
were once hung with stalactites, most
of which have been broken off. Iu
this room we found a candle which
wc lit and proceeded to tho second.
The passage between the two is very
small so small it was almost impos
sible for us to mako our way through
it. Tho second room is about the
size of the first, and very similar to it
in appearance, and so with tho re
mainder which aro five in number. I
llio cave is 85 feet in length and
llio cave is o lect in length and
St okn'r V i i . ."-y
about 200 feet below tho 3inface of.
.1 I tlV.I . I I
v. fa.v,u,.. ii.iua ,.Uuaiuuiir
arc obliged to the nronrictora of i emanation ol tlic intents, nro void, and
road for the special accommoda- will be disregarded by the (iovernment. ' s nZZx Tl Zn
. I will only add in conclusion pecumior nro tiiereloro mlmonihed ,.,..,, .7""
at should another excursion of the ' ,at "'7." "r.''!"ru 1,0 "R" ly lr-! the ..roiled, hnfiun .I...J . . T i ... '"
gist,an excursion thitherj think would State, I enter upon the dutius appertain- wild and nhsurd theories of many nf
bo very pleasant. After securing' ing thereto, with a fearful distrust of' the radical reformers, aro fn-ipicnily
some specimens of the rock wo left 'ny competency to discharge them in an i the result of reflections upon criN ti
the cave abundantly repaid for the "cerptnblo manner. IJut ever amis- isting and apparenl.'and of niinakeii mn)
csoublo which we had taken in visit- ,on,ed to respect that voice, regarding in judicious attempts to reform tin in.
ing it. I'iCO. the confidence and approbation ol (In: ! TJiey tee what should he oliwmis tn
peopje as the highest honor to which all, that there is n great nelcct tn pro
Hmck Silks' Jewett . Veen auy ilu,ivi,llal can attain, nnd having iu vide for the mental as well as tlie iliy-
..sit V s r:ii. c. l i 1 .
OU, Ao. - Milk Street, Boston, are '
always in possession of a complete aa-'
sortmcnt, and tho large attention giv
n ,n H.w l.M.,..i. r .1 1 j
cn to this branch of their business,;
ensures the richest and most durable
., . ...
.1 i:v y 1 jIV!i. 1 rim iniYinnu ennn.
T V nil M
..rvCcr M c.rt ft, ?.
present in JJoston, on Saturday eve-
u nt)(j jc)artur(J on ytQn.
Vrlmn alir H linvf in limr I r.
w..v ji iiv.i w c-hiq, out
cess in Uoston lias exceeded the ex-
pectationsof Darnum himse.f. At
iii-i i;ihl rn rnrr. n r irturih cii. n-inn
l.- I... . I.I .
.. .u..fe 0u wv.,,
pied the large hall over tho Fitch-
bur" denot manv who had ri,.L-..fa
our uepot, many who had tickets
were uuablo to obtain admniio:i so
great was the crowd, and it was feared i
atouctime that a serious riot wnnld
at ouc lime that a serious not would,
THi: 150UNTV LAND It ILL.
Der.tKTifn.HT or tiik Istkkiou,
Uclober ;i. )
Tl.n f,m,t, ,.r .1... it..:...j o....' .
- vw,.,.,!,, u. mi, uiutiu iviiuli'.
at its late session, having in a snirit of." .7 . .
justice and liberali.y 7,a.scd an acllV V; ..'V . S r.e'
ud liberality pa.sed an nct'senf, is intcrestl.iz ni aAV,L,, ',i.n'
bounty aim to certain bflicur. '
nnd soldiers who have been engaged in,
of tr uSua '
lias esteeiiKd it
aiiu iiiiiiiiii j 9LT JWU OI
uu anrit ibT ZnTd, -
..ii,),,. ,,; . ,. ' .
K a ai ; -
I deem it prorier,
nouiicc to thoc entitled
of the law-, llmt with I
have rawed all the new ,ar fom7 An.
imtruc.ion, to guide claimants iu apply '
in- for and obtainin,. ibeir ri-.l.t .. L
nreparfd, and they are now
hands of the iirirtttr. At the
praciieable moment cojiies of Ihvse
i. wsii 1- r 1. .r... ...... :
..... .rv ivinniuvu iu e.icJl ill c 111 IX; r
of Congress, and to the clerk of tho
courts It ever criuntv !,, .1.. i'i,i
it will be b! purpose
the law in och ftumuntrr. to male limine but liuln .
what IWM 4eslgn4 it to U. n tn ,1 t LIl''n'M M''
iKiunty toW, an J agen,. m.d V . A'tln?' "
,c.,..lom. j., nualmcvnL-e.I.l.,l. ' i.l'L6" R"
! forded to anpliciiut. to cs.abli.h their
J ju.t drmanJ,. Clerks arc now engaged
ju dematwls. Clerks arc now rncaccd
,.. . . t rf .. .. ..n e
tlnttif nerTiw; In order that those
' .The policy of this law in all its pro
visions is to uisomrnue snccuhitinn ii
tliscimrnue snccidntion in
ine liuimi in soiuicrs. iinj act nro-
vides that sales, mogg, letter's
attorney, or other inliuments of writ
ing going to unect tho title or claim to
nny warrant herein before provided for.
mode or executed prior to the issue,
shall bo null nnd void to all Intents ami
puiK)ses whulMicver, nor shall such
certificate or warrant, or the land ob
tained thereby, be in any wise nffeiled
by, or charged with or subject to the
payment of nny debt or claim incurred
by Mich officer or Koldicr prior to llio
issuing of the patent."
In his judgment lh uiie content
plated in thu twJy of thu above reeited
clnuso of thc.Iaw is the itsntof. tht pa
tent. Consequently all sales, transfer,
ii'siRiitnents, and incumbrances of sol-
diers, laud claims, made beforu ihe
reeoLMiiscd hv ihu
V . " '
i leel it to lye my ilnly nl.'o to warn
I ennse wincn will bo recoiruiscil iv i Ut i... . '.m ' ' "u
the frank and connding oldier against" -I '' K,m, l'J T'
the arts and devices or,,qon.s wha will 'ind I e ao CH I V .,"Wr'
seek to exagernto the diuicultics of ob- ! 2l ",u"; wbu..M..
mining tho land in order enhance their I r'lammenl ol ,ml,
own charges'. Tho evideneo of service I l' 1 ' "'i "
exists among the achives of the country. , H T lrl'
In nine casts out of ten the only proc.f 1 . ' s.r ,h 1 ,S 1 7
required will be of the identity Vf the ,J'iA'''rn'
mm rani, i.r nf innm'.. ..M...
hood, heirship. These are facts readi
ly proven, mid, therefore, the dilficullirs
will, in most csne, bo merely nooiinnl.
And, to remove even.tliese slight obsta
cles, and to give more full and complete
effect to the munificence of the Gov-
eminent, I beg leave, respr-.etfully, tn
i . . , - , , -
reco nmend to. he proj.er authorites
eaeh county and ow.uh.p to employ
county, to supervise tlw preparation
I... r. : .i
unniiij UUUItl llllll
, i. ., r . r i-
great caro will bo used to miurd asiiinit
undue preferences of one clao of ai.i.li.
rtrZ sum'-' 'r'iianer Zre ZT2
ita rs. .o a:: t: rj. . n aud .t ,"ncilii"
tilieates with the leLt t.ossiblo dXv. ' fe ' f,,n,,'",,t""'1 " "r
so Hint all may Imve nn coual clutneo
ol making .wjvmitngoous loentiona.
ALKX. If. II. STUAItT.
, . .
and Home of llrpnuntativu :
rcin,.,,.,! i, ,i, i,.-' ,.r ,i i..
. ' -V. ' nm itu .io
10 UlC OIIICC of Ullief fllau strate of lH
' . .. .i.-ii-jiii.un muir
partiality and friendship, I ehall obey
,nL'" '"c'1 tommnnds, and coninn.nre
'i',0 'Yws. at,1".i:l,,cd, '? ,ho responsible
situation in which their suffrages have
placed me, trusting that .hey will duly
appreciate an honest and conscientious
endeavor to perform them, nnd that they
i.wl" with charily and candor, veil any
I mmif,.niinnr . ,1 ...
"- .-nwii, turn iiiiiiiiciiiiuiiaii lirrftrx
ed individuals who have heretofore been
placed in this office ; and more purlieu-
mv !inmn.1?n( i,.rA.lAAr ... I I, i
"v in -in;ui;ur nun fJibCiliir''
f'1 ,,,e '1"l!us thereof, I feci that I shall
JS ' tL,l
. . . '. . - --- - J .
nun, luir u-iii..... -. i-i....
n.iMuu, i,j, luMuiiLiii cxpec-
,,''."M' '.hat 1 bnll be able to leave the
lnicu,w"li the sriiio repulution which
they have carried with them on their
F .firdt oljIigaiion imposed on the
,v eonsiiiuuon, is io have adopte.J, mako such a icraliorn
,et.t Wl, n,c CenMaI AtivmUyai ihliouy, as experience demonstrat.s m bo
"'"5 a,,u Pmct'. wiiere tney are reijuir- I'eeessnty to improve and petff.t llio
ed to meet, hy the constitution and system. If it doe not at once proiluco
aws. It is with plensure that I per-, nil the boM-fit expected, make itill fur
form this obligation and meet you at ther trials and improvement, and not
this time iind on this occasion. Tho as- abandon it, unless it shall be found in
Ucmbl.ng of tho representatives of the I capable of further aiuendmuits and
people in their legislative capacity, to i undeserving of further trial. There-
!' ... " -ri'u cii paeiiy, io
'nnnanir ir i 1.1 w..ir.... i i...
beauty nnd unnsicuiaiii.ua cl.ara.-t.r ..t
"ur(reIl"b,,C!"' '"s'.itutior.., and impor-
of their rneasurci. i mi u-tr;.rn ;,. T.
,0 uvpcuua. Joei ucai in 1
L. FTT-, h U..tnt .!'e i
"'" ZZU irTZ? ' "f ' lat?f,
. . . - - - T. ' U 8'JVcrn-
1 .. -1---
.V ,T ' ,n?'"y above all
I r . "Ul!,"S f0r. W.e,fttre of ft1
I ' 1 ' ' f 01',C' ,We haV "w"y
. 1 i"v '"
enJavor lo fonrnrni tn il ...I r
chrtrtta mora?. Sd lk i? m !,wf
. .u' ! " . - .' ? . r ,0. In for
(llf,, . -i.i, ii 7 iviii uiiii nun iiiem mo eiuzens, anU llio necessity of sue 1 a
therefore, Io un. Ii. t imMi:nn. . .1 i. .:n i. ..... t ... . " 'v .
to the bf.if.fii 11 "'" t ikiu- niiiiiia 10 ino security of a free W
, . b' n Vnc.crc ?,re 10 l'.r.omole . w recognized by all,
... . . " ' ' - 1 .w.. mm ,, IJIIIIUM M"
t I 1 'ana''ttn,,tr.'bom"kingi'nowIen, wc hate not dim-ganM i
reign and j.rmces durcc jtuiicc." b ! law, of the t'wiid S ties m niler.5
,m' UeM,".v '
f r , Ur Intcr-T rii, U . "ST"8'
tn 'm Zl ' ''I'l. "h
Umllwr. that 1 apprehend no iucouvr h.
iMire from my wnhl uf rXH.rrncr
nud farther ila, highly rr,o)ato:t
reilirtioti, thai whaieser difT. trnfr ,'f
opinion thero may Im; on other Kohrrt,
a great unanimity ol frniimi ..i '
in what rt lates to the prtwpciity of tl
t'1,11,.-. II l HOI HJ IIU I
. r' ' i.tti tin.
of ' . ' -
' n (Il).f ... am .1.!. .1 . .
other important subjects, mifing fWn
mir rnniii'i-iiitri ill. il.A. i.1.. . .
iter one general goscrnmrnt, wc km,w
there is n great diversity of riu,m,m
Henloni of investigation ami ,u
sion, whii h l neeessnry under nnr f,rt,
institutions, to i imblo men to umh-Maiul
what U required ol them. tir.moMjtT
leads to thu formation of panic. It
not in human natuio that the niiii.N ,,f
all, iilihniigh aiming in niinin (.
end, rliMiild nrriw at tho same result, (
ngren in live mniMircs to he adnpl, ,) 'for
Us attainment. The 'exigence of j,ar
tie, arising from a difference of
honctly eiitcriiiiucd, is nut wiilmut in
benefits a well ns evils. If nun;..,.
ereic n watchfulness over cadi other
.uiuLii. a una iiar iinriira n,
I Uenelicml mttiieiice ; but uUen ikre i.
. ' -... "vi'.-i mill n,
Ioiich approximate to the ve
's the fi
ol civil war. At such tinu
of parly may truly ho considered ns thu
pirit of diseord, faction niul diMinion
The lesson inculcated hy thi hv ot
the nature nud eireet of parties, canniit
bo misunderstood, it leaches us,
(-.inn,-! in , i-.-M ,"jiiu nun rnininc' :imi
of ., R irit of,(mt ,;,
:, m,d-cl.arity towards those who E
umi I' I tuveslinlu with en iiiiicm :m,l
of "X, "''f' "T.u. V
I "' ""'J iroeeeu iroin a iicr-
chanty, and enneililion, does nut rt--
"T. "i ..fi" ' . mI " rc lw
Ifi " . ' uv '' " ? TV
I n !i-A'. . .. ....
, ..., ...,,t j,.,. , ' ,, '
r " j -i.wii iinv.li J nil" i Mil"
i aim iiumaiiily. At no prcviou
has it so much occupied lli-e iiltenliuu of
mi eimscs of community, holli in tln
country and in Europe, The wise aw)
i intelligent see tho importance of itiii"
an early nupulsu to tlio mint!, in fawn
of fc ence. v Hun nn.I rili..i.,... 'fl
.! inuM-1 ui ihu uTtm mashes 01 nun,
J and asimun.noidable result, hmor,,,,, ,-,
vice, oppression ami wretchfdnf are
loo prevalent. It is the plain duty nf
government, to provide tVir the fdura-
lion of the whole body of people,
from whom their future I iators awl
J magistrates nre to bo ehoM-n, niul so t
provide for education in the nnmarv
I I .1 .
schools, Hint nil may be tilted lopt ifonii
the duties which may ordinarily be ex-pc-clcd
from them, and may lay the
foundation of higher and nunc exten-
mvo attainments iu literature, ami the
principles of political science. 'Iliij
subject has been j-o repeatedly bniu;;lii
to the notice of tho legislature, that I
cannot entertain a doubt but that liny
will give it duo consideration j that our
schools, academies and rolli-sis will rc
- . ,,
ceive an ine jiatronngc and i.-inoume-
ment which can bo extended to them by
an enlightened legislature, and al,ov-
all that thoy wiH guard nffiin.t umtiaJ.
,wu ;u ,ltir t.gi5laU-(JI1olip0ll iUu ,uh
ject, perseven; iu the system which tliuy
I ",.u. ttUUs. "'i'1 m1 d
a- . i ....
(eiidcnt will probably tuml further
and other views on this subject.
i irum mat it will not be thought in-
appropriate for mo to advert to the stale
r.nl.li.. r .1 .. 1 1 1.
,0 be appri-hei-I-
en irom stanu ii" itrmies the iinfiorlar.W
of pi a"KK
V1 composed of our fellow
'bodied in the organic law ?
?. ' T I- ,L m"1 ,,eLi":1
.Slates. On Ibis account I may attach
...... v wnni uuiiii III UIII tUKJCll
is con-jcnul to the times in which 1
,ive- 'rbo tot ot the militia, A
receiving -real share of the attentl
receiving a reat hare of the attention
i r i i , i
" fu,rmer, Jef'fU,urM; " !0,y
ndoiied. Il it worthy of couwlero-
na-lliou wbellr, as the militia
t.u-a . ...