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Mr. Wbhstkh's Spckch To the ex
clusion of almost every thing ulsc, we pub
lish this masterly production to-day, entire.
It is hardly necessary to invito the ntlen
lion of our readers to this speech, as its
high source and the importance of the nib
jocl, ui'iit secorn lor it . candid perusal;
and in j rc especially since it has been mad
the occasion lor an impotent attack on Mr.
Webster in the other House nn account
of which will be found in another column.
An English Brig of war arrivjd nt Nor
foils a few days since with dispatches from
the British Govornuv.Mit. The nature of
these dispaches is not positively known j
but it appears to be generally understood
that they contain an overture for tin me
diation of England between France and
the U. States in relation to the vexed
question. A few days will undoubtedly
put 113 in possession of the facts.
Mr. Adam's proposition for a eommitloo of
investigation, although originally favored by
the administration mcnibols, his turned out
rather unfortunately, and thoy are very an..
ious to"dodgo" it. Mr Cambrolcng thinks
it inexpedient to investigate tho subject any
farther. No doubt. Hut not no with the
Whigs they seek investigation and aro doler.
milled that tho facts shall bo known. In tliu
mean time tho debate has taken a wide range
end drawn forlh some of tho first talent in the
House. A correspondent thus speaks of the
first day's discussion:
Ap n spceimen (if Mr Ad-inis' turner, ibis, re
tu.iikalilc speech w is inn- til" I lie wi fiuct hi; ecr
ulleicil -liciit distinju sli 'd fir puinti'.l s.irc-i'iu
mid c'nqtienl iinectiic ami :it the Mine lime in u i'
nl mill nil I tie epctkci 's felicity uf language an I
v uiely of illustration.
Mr Wcbier u:is pinseui iilnifi! fnnii I tie com
nii'ticentcnt nflliedeli.il', un I ihi Ltiby w.ir riud
c.l h iili ?:cii.iliirs 'in. I ndier diiiitiii.lh'il indivi In. its
Mr tVebstei's piest'tri: in llio llmi-e ric.itc I sie.it
iiileiesi, mi I m-i ti v .nixi mm mi I ruiiiiiM cv weio
ciiiitiini.itty tunic I In the lilu ti.iinl il inr ulicrc tie
u-.ia kmIciI; hut mi rnic w lin s.ie tlitlil-nk bimv
un i.di't-p el et; tun JimM 'i.iw fell ii'siued tif hi
niiiinu un ponei iu susi.iiu uuiiseii iniier.tin .'gied
Mr Wise nuirli nf Ids .snndierii cldv.diy
in rustling lo lln li-jlil .'ifitT llr Ail.inti It id c.inrlii.
ilo.l. Hi-in k up tin- il'li'iire of liii pnl) .i.iiii-t
llie.r new nnd if ii ltd i ns-.til.tnt wiili nu alu'iirj
mill viiinr nf ilcfi nee wl.irh s .,n .ill iii'l.iiied defi'in
siir. fni" the mii'l g li! ml an I ami i in.r species nf
nfli-iis t! . ul in1. Hi seleriril .Mr. ly.iiiiliii'len,
u I1ns.1t 1 utnC'liiili'ly befi m Iiiiii, nut lin .im-I
114 1 11, d 'i-piie tin.' nileip 1 iun nf the -piMkr-r, lit'
1 mil 1 ri In lite .itt,ick, ad lics-iii. Imii in ili most
kiTi tfil ti.iitiior liy ii.imi', mil lifr'itiily rli lUin
I1111 u.i;ei' iii iiis Tire. Air. U.untiu'li'it time it Ml
Irl) Eiu I hum ircill, an 1 ficii'itMlly iu teply In Ins
i-eieie pcirinn.it iwci mi 11m ies, jh oimi'il In iii
lluu. i' a Cull .111. 1 f.ilii'f.iflnrv i:pl.itiiii.iii. 11 lliu
inipftiio-i'v nf Mr Wise's el-n; i.mi;i'. in tic v.i.t tun
ill d.t cried power, in lii fni ions eeiiini nf 1. 11
moii-p menu! si en'll, un 1 in itli mii-tiei'ii uinu anj
iit.mii uliirli li" oee.i-iti nf I .1 110114 .id i.mks, liu if
sein'ili'd nolliin. s 1 liiucll ;14 ml iului 1 iti'.I dull tiinke
In i-t 1 1 .1 .Sjl.l'llsll "in IH 11 m ni 1114 Ml (i.lllllll e
i.,f r'i.t 1 r '.t ll-.ii'i-ij iu'ii 1 lie air
nam, 1 in M- A 1 1 111 In ill" d in .nd-iiin uiili
IU'l lU lll-U'il'lli 1. Il'lll llf'k, .III I ll,)!)!!!.! I.iil.
d.i-lrui in lull nil 115 iiii'1 tin; Hi".iki'r Iiim-clf
11111I ei(.iliu in all .1 'lceics nf iM fe.n lul uu
mill 'led with .iniu.ruiciil.
We aj iii) c.i'l ilif aili'niioii nf ilu pulili,! Iu t It u
buks vf tile CnMitwcr m inuf iciuriu Ciiuiny,
wliicti. it wilt bs ft'en, are (0 lie eln-e.l in a few
di)s. If ve me coiteclly infirme.l iti?ie ate cap.
il.ilesls nil 1 -Man 1 re 1 ly t t ikn die ti it nice uf I lie
slurk, Hliilder il 111 ly lie, bill it is t lie ilfsiie of
t lie Cuuimiltec Iu k ite il ilisiriliutc I gpiicrally
nmQiig tlie people of liie rounly, and p 11 liriil.ti Ij
a nong llie farnicip1 nin! wool gruwcii. Tins we
are glad lo fee in a f.iir way to lie nccoinplU'icl.
Our leaders know ill 11 we me not in llie li.iliil i f
obtruding our nduce upon them iu nutleiri uf pri
vate concern, hut llii.- we d i my, lint, li id we
(lie means we would fooner lineal money 111 tills
cntci prise llien any tiling elre alio 11, (hIw.ijs ex.
cepling silk.) The pi ice al uliicli llie priiilrge is
nowolTeied is ahsululely iiouiinal, mid we hope lliat
lliose wlio negleit lliu pie.-enl apporiuniiy, will
licreaftcr fparc llicir (oinpl.iints iilotii llie tclfirh
monopolieiiig fpii it of llie riiiililirla WilVni two
jc.irs from litis day, hundreds will curse their own
flupidity, for not taking stock when il could ho
got al par. "A woul 10 llie wijf," &5.
AFronebtnan, named Mitcuki.i. U.wjiou,
pcrMicd onthoLakoon Tuesday night, last.
He had boon out skating, and is supposed to
havo run into a craek, try .vhich ho received a
contusion on his head, and his boots being fill
ed with water, froio up so as to deprive him
oflhe powor ofiocotnotior.,
The ieo is now good, and teams aro crossing
Hie Lake in all directions.
Tho Indian disturb tncics havo assumed
a very soriou3 aspect. The Savannah Re
publican of Jan. 20lh says, "Wo under
stand from a letter read to us from a high
ly respectable citizen of Camden County,
that 500 Indians were within forty miles if
St. Mary's, committing depredations. The
letter docs not mention whether they aro
of the Crepk or Seminole tribe; we should
suppose of the former, as 11 rumoreu, inai
they joined the latter." At our laot ac
counts serious apprehensions were cxpres.
scd for St. Augustine, which is almost
defenceless. The ludiaiw are said to bo
about 1500 strong, well armed and provis
ioned, and, maddened to desperation, are
determined to sell themselves as dearly as
A letlcr from Washington to
the Journal of Commerce, after ppeaking
cf the recent massacre, adds;
"The next news. I fear will bo that tho city
of St. Augosline has undergone a woreo rale
than that of I'ompeii. Ah! ll.a.day!-th.s
is tho last tho most desporato Mrogglo oriuo
Indian Do fights now gloiiouly and gal
lantly, with tho spirit of o thoufcand Hons in
his liieast for tho soil on which ho was horn,
and which was his itift iohoritanco from his
ancoblors. Wo, by u forcod and corrupt troa-
ly, null it ouic Wo pond armed men men
armed with thuwhiiky bottle,. 1 weapon more
terrible than tlio rtllu lo pursuadu them lo
abidu by u treaty which they never made,
and lo cross tho Mississippi, never lo rulurii.
Tho spirit of their triho tho groat Spirit
walking in tho sky lolls them they must
parish. Tho voico of their fathers calls them
to their liumu tho only home which the
whilu man has loll them tho grave. The
preventive power of Ihis government' is nolli
nig; hot its venganco is tumble, us the poor
Indian has inntu than once experienced.
Preparations arc linking, not fm tliu di'.fual
(iithe 6'eniinolcs, but for their extermination.
I'very Indian and every negro siispculed of
having been allied to the Indians, will he
slaughtered iu less than two mouths from this
.Mobile papers nf the Ulli tilt bring lis
tho painful and distressing intelligence "I
tho surprise and M.iseacru of two enmpa
niesoflhe United States Troops, under
ihe command of Major nidi;, consisting nt
112 men, by Ihe Seminole Indians. Major
Dade had started with his troop to Camp
King to join G 0 11. Clinch, when un the
evening uflho 2l)th Dec. al 0 o'clock, they
were surrounded by a large body of Indian
supposed to number from U00 to 1000, and
were cut to pieces. Only tlircc men of the
112 escaped, badly wounded, to recount the
lamentable story of tho butchery of their
fellow soldiers. Major Dade was shot 01T
his horse on the commencement of the
attack. Captain Oardenr and Prasersoon
after fell tn irtally wounded, and their scalps
wore taken by tho savages. Lieutenants
Bissinger, Henderson, Madge, and Koan,
and Dr Gallin, surgeon to tho detachment
were all slain. Lieut liassingcr was
wounded on tho onset, and was discovered
by a negro in the party of savages, crawling
otTto a place of concealment and tomahawk
ed. We dinot rcmcinbsr tho history of a
butchery m ire horrid, and it stands without
an example in the annals of Indian warfare.
Another account says, lint nbjtit 3 o'clock
on the morning of the S.Hh, they were at
tacked by an overwhelming number of In
dians Maj ir Dade was shot immediately
Capt Fraser rod.; forward and was also
cut down tlie reiniin ler maintained the
conto.-t lor an hour until they were reduced
1 1 cb.mt 20 in number. The Indians then
retired, and the survivors, almost all woun
ded threw up a slight brea-lworlt, The
Indians returned to the attack at 1 1 o'clock
and completed the slaughter of the whole
corps. The three survivors who reached
Tampa lliy, after travelling sixty miles
throii'rli the woods, add, that the negroes
rushed in and bitcheredlhe wounded,
Tlioy deseribi the conduct of the noble fel
lows who p.'rished, in the highest degree
I'allant. Th.'V obeyed every order, ami
Htood their griitiiid In tin: l ist. The fight
was so close, that the Indians cut ihi'in
down with koives. and ttvy were obliged
to throw away their gnu, or strike with
U- S. Sbnati:. It is stated that Jr.
Mralke: administration, is elecled Senator
from Mis-i-sippi Wee I'oindexter, whose
term has expired.
II. C. Nicholas has beeen elected a
Senator of United S'nles from the Stale nl
Louisiana, to fill the vacancy occasioned by
the resignation of Mr Giyatre.
Duki.m.nc!. A bill has been introduced
i ito the legislature of L'liiiiiana, which,
it passed into a law, will effectually prevent
duelling in that State for the future.
Among the previsions uf the bill arc the
"This bill "uaranties to the creditors of
fie deceased, killed in duel, a full payment
It inn the property of Ihe surviving party and
righ in sue for the same. In case nf injury
sustained in body, whereby tho party is
unable to labor for his, or his family's sup
port, or In make good all legal demiuds
against himself incurred b 'fore or after
said injury, the party injurnii; shall be com
pt'llcd to support the parly luiu'cd and his
family, and to make good at the hazird nf
the law s displeasure any demand fur I ho
ame Shall forfeit to the nearest surviv
nig relative the bum of thou-and dollar.!
and should they fail to claim for one year,
ih.' claim shall be legal 111 tliu hand ol the
ni'Xt eldest relative. That 1I10 evidence
of the dying purty is'lenal with regard
1 1 all claims against him-ulf, and the tcsti
inany of Ins second valid and placed he
yorul impeachment, for whaleycr evidence
he may under other circuni-lauces have
given. Winch bill was read tho first lime
tind ortb-red to he printed."
Attention tho Wliolo!
n.NSIO.VKItS on tho Hull of tho Ver.
inout Aguney, ( hor as Invalids, Iluvn-
lulinuary, or under tho Acts uf 15th May 10.'!!,
or 7 June 1U32, are notified that their Pensions
will ho paid at tho Hank of Durlinglon , on tho
production of tho proper vouchors,
K.T. r-NGLHSBV, 1'rest.
Hank of Burlington, ) andl'onsi n Agent
Fob. 5, VM, I
TBI 11 K uuilnr-tgued wi-ltes lu contract
X for 5000 While Oak Stuves, for which
a liberal price will bo given.
N. B. Persons having unsettled accounts
with the subscriber are invited to call and
adjust (lie sain", and all those indebted are
earnestly requested lo make num-duiie
payment. C. SUV Kit ANC1J.
Burhnglon, Feb 5. 1 030.
LYMAN & COLE
HIIAVK Ihis day received a low bales
BUFFALO IIOBKS, of n superior
quality. Buckskin Mittens and Moccasins.
Wadding, Morrucco shoes, Kid sandals,
Burlington Jon. 'U0.
M'Uia STATU UONVKNTION.
A Coiueiilimi of llie U It ins of Veiinont will tie
liokleu al the Vill.un uf Moittnrlii'r, on Wi'ilncnl.n
llie2llh d.iyol eVIiritniy, 1S;I6, nl 9 o'clock, A.
11. Inr llie nttipose ul 1101111n.il tit a ItcKet lor
Htnie Ofiico s. mid an 1 U-t-roi .1 1 Tit-kel lo he ic
t'ointncnileil to llie iuii(iiil'd stipputt uf lli.it por-
tioiKifitie fiei'incn, 41 williuul itislini'tioii uf pmiy
11 inn's," who me upp i-ed lo lite iniMrmcs of llie
ftalinnal Ailinini?!! ulioii.
I'lie couiitiiiice n-i'iiu un just r.nt"C for further
"diiiun unions hieilneii (if the s una polilir.il
I.111I1, cniili.illy in 111: llie aim A1i1111111.slr.il 1011
fi Pt'ini'ti nf eiei tuwn in llie Sl.ile lo send delegates
in irpie-enl lliem in the Cnuirntlon. Iu making
iin.se ill, the rnmiiiitiee act at itic lequesl of oilier,
and 111 designating llie tune of iiiecling, are gniern
ed liy no oilier inutile 1I1.111 a deflii that such ac
tion inn be had sis will irsiilt in milling 1 lie utes
of all those of itift same national politics, upon one
and the same liikel for Suite nftieets timl Ijlerinis.
II. II .Ili'.KI). Ceinriil
11. P. WAl.i ON.V Slate
JO.S IIOWCS. jCom'le
Maiupclicr, Jan. 23, 1S"0.
DUMOCItA 110 AM'I.MASOMC STAT1
A neninrriilic State Comcnliuii will be hotden
al the Slate Hoihc in Munipelier, on Hrednesday
the 2UU ilaij of February, 1S3G, at 9 u'olurk,
A. M. for die purpose nf nniiiinaiing a ticket for
Stale Ollicers for lite political j ear ensuing; 11111I
to lake into consiuVrnlioii whether liny or wli.ll
action may lie expeiliem nl tins lime ret. Hue in
i'. in. lid He for llie National I'l csiileiiny. Ingeilter
with all oilier mallets cuunecteil with the adtaiice
incut of ilio-c priueiples, for which Aiiliuiasons
have pier co ilenili'il.
The Stale Coinuiitice, seeing no catt'e for relax.
11U tlioc cei lions winch line til 1 e.nlv uchiFied
s 1 mucli luw'.iiils 1 iiMiiiy: (lie cnunirv of nil iiisiint
lion ilecmcil ly us iiicomp.ilililc wiih line liuerlly
an I nil piiuciples wlncli repulilieans fIkjii Id most
clii'i i.-li, eainesilv lerniesl llie alleinlaiire of 11 full
leniejenliiliou of the scleral I'nwus in ihis Slate.
'I'lie Couiily Cuinmiltee me recptcsled lo notify
l owii Uouiiniltee.s anil see tli.it all uic sca.onalilv
apprized nf the contemplated Cniiieiiliun. And all
llloe who are opiio-ed iu Seeiet Societies, and
arisiociatic munnpulie.s, without distinction of
li.ntv names, are invited 10 assemble in ilieir res
pecntc ion ns an I clioo'e delegates to attend and
rcpifsent tliem iu llie Coiiieuliuu.
MAIM'IN I'l.INT, )
CAI.Vl.V ilLOOCCrr, Slale Committee
tn this town 011 llie lliili ult. Mi: Samuel Hill
htcof shelburn, a soldier of (lie Revolution, aged
THE proprietors of tho water privileges on
the Colchester sido of onion River falls,
having generously offered Ihoir purchase at
co-t, to such persons as would associate with
thim under tho charter of the Colchester
Manufacturing Co and subscribe $01,000 for
said properly and foi the erection of a Wool
en Factory having advcrlised in tho papers
primed in this Inwn Iheir proposals and
having-subsequently taken tho trouble to is
sue circulars to most of the business men i:i
the Coouty. and inioy out of il, with a view
ofgivtog all. so di-posed, an opporlueity of
in iking a pa"fitiiblu investment and promoting
the hui.1 intercuts uf ibis part of the Country
would now give farlhoi nolico that about
JCO.OOO have been subscribed and that tho
bonks still remain open at John Howard's
Hotel, and will so remain until Saturday the
Kiih instant, when ihcy will bo closed and no
further subsciiplions received whether tho
slock be taken or not tho proprietors con
ceiving that they will then have fully discharg
ed all the duties, in this respect, which can ho
claimed from lliein liy the public.
samui:l iiickok. j
SION K. HOWARD, Committee.
SIDNEY IIARLOW )
Feb. 4, 11)30.
E 1 C11
i. ) An
HF..MAN LAKE. ) August Term, 1835.
WHEREAS, Nathan Lake, of Shelburn,
in t li 0 county of Chittenden, at tho
March Icnn of this court, A. D. 1035, com
menced his action against Human Lake, late
of Shelburn aforesaid, for money lent and ad.
vanced, laid out and expended., Sic. demanding
iu damages tho sum of three hundred dollars,
which causo having been entered upon tho
docket of said ccurt, tho plaintiff tppoared
by his attorney, and tho defendant not
having notice ofsaid suit, and il appearing to
said court thai tho said lleman Lake was
without llicir jurisdiction al tho time of suing
nut the plaintiff's writ, said causo was by or
der of court continued to llio present time,
when Ihe defendant not appearing.it is further
ordered that notice bo given to tho said Ho
lilan Lake, fay publishing tho substance oflhe
plain tiir's declaration three weeks successively
in the Froo l'rcss printed al Burlington, tho
last uf which shall bo at least thirty days be
foio lliu session of said court lo be holdon at
Burlington on the Ia-t Tuesday save one of
Match, A. D. 10'JC, which shall bo deemed
sufficient notice, and Unit said caoso bo con.
tinued to tliu term in March aforesaid.
Given undor my hand at Burlington, this 27lh
day of January, A. D. 1030.
NATHAN 11. HASWELL. Clerk
WILLIAM KEN RICK
OF NI'.WTi IS, Ni:R BOSTON,
a AS a capital selection of purest kinds
of Fruit and Ornamental T R E E S,
Shrubs, Roses, I'monics, Double Dahlias, &c.
of most splendid kinds, .Moms Multicaulis,
or true CHINESE MULBERRIES, tho food
for silk worms, by wholcsalo and retail.
Orders addressed by mail, post paid, will
bo executed promptly. Trees packed iu
faithful order, for distant places, by land sea.
Cnlaloifiies gratis, 115M.
A Journeyman book binder may hear of
u situation and constant employment
v ap p I yini' ul this nllige. Jan. 20, 1030.
rtlllK Subscriber, having purchased the
JL Ktilire Stock of Goods belonging to
lata firm nf II w.i, & Si kahnu, will con
lintm the Business ill all its branches, at
the former Ktnrn, whero ho Solicits tho,
I'alronago of former Customers, and Pur
chasers Generally, l'leaso call and exam
iue. I'eteu II all.
Church. SI Jan. fi, 1030
INDIA HUB 11 Ell Al'ltONS-Ladieu'
and Children sizes; and India Rubber
Cloth Ovor Shoes. Just received by
Burlington Jan, 'il, 1030.
flj'A few pounds of tho ecntiinn While
Mulboiry Heed, warranted to be last year's
grnwlh, for sale at this office.
UNIVHIISITY OP VI2IUIONT
TUB Leclureis In Medical Student i"
this iiistilution will begin nn the tllh
day of March, 1838. anil couliiiui! fourteen
weeks. Lectures on Natural Philosophv
and Chemistry will hi; civeii by l'rof. G
W. Mcnkdici i on lieiieral nnu bpcciai
Anatninv. on PIivsihIol'V. on I'lithologieal
Anatomy utul on Surgery, by I'rul. i.
t'llKt.ps ; en 1 heorvand I'ranlicenl ftleui
eine, on Malcrta .Medico anil l'liarmacy
and on Obstctricks, by l'rof. Josuni
Pecs for all Ihe courpo of Lectures $50 ;
charge lor contingent expenses 82 s grndu
alion fee iil5. G. W. HKNKDICT.
Dean nf Ihe Medical Faculty.
toVThc North S'ni. Montpelter Watch
inan.lMalnne 1'alladium, Montreal Gazette
Franklin Journal, Rutland Herald, lien
nmeton Gazette, and Brnttlcboro I'liocnix
will cive the above four insertions and
send bills to G. W. Benedict.
rilHK subscribers having formed a co
JL partnership in business in the name
and si lie nl
1ATHHOP 8t POTWIN,
and huviug purchased the entire slock ul
goods of II. W. Potwin & Co., will con
Untie tho mercantile; business at the old
stand recently occupied by them in all its
Having made orrangemontB to receive
supplies of goods at all limes of the season
coro ullv seiectected by one ol the firm
they intend that their store shall at all
times be stocked with the choicest eclcc
lions of rich, fashionable,yinci and staple
Dur (joods tho market ntiords.
They have a full andcomplete assortment
of family Groceries, such as Imperial, Old
and Ynuns Hyson, Hyson akin, l'ouchong
Souchong and ISohea Ti:as; loaf, jump and
brown bUGEn; Popper, bpice, Ginger.
Cloves, Mace, Nutmegs, Saheralus, Cur
rents, Prunes, Citrons, Box and Keg Rat
They have also in connection one of the
first Drugg & Medical establishments iu
this part of the country, to whtch'dcpart
ment tho most particular ntlcution will al
all times be given. Phisicians may al all
times be supplied with any article in the
above line on the most reasonable terms.
II. W. POTWIN.
Burlington, Jan. 15, 1830.
STATE OF VERMONT )
Dipt 'iot of Chittenden ss.
The llmorqble the Probate Court within
and ftr the District nf Chittenden.
rriO the creditors and others concerned
JL intho estate of Nathan Allen late ol
Wilhs'On in said District, deceased.
Wh)rcasthe Administrator do bonis non
of sail, deceased, has made application to
this t'tuti, to extend the lime limited for
makttit payment of the debts of said de
ceased, twolve months from this date, and
the G diy of February next, being assign
ed for 1 hearing in the premises, at ihr
Ofiico C the Register of litis Court, and
it havm, boon ordered that notice thereof
be givei, by publishing this decree three
weeks iiccessively in llie Free Press a
news pticr printed at Burlington, before
the timefixed fir hearing.
Therc'oro, you are hereby notified, to
appear b.foro said Court, at the time and
place aftrcsaid. then and there, lo make
objccliot if any you have, to tho said lime
of paymr.t being further extended as a
foresaid, Givenunder my hand at Williston this
10th doyof January A. D 1836.
GEO. B. MANSER. Iirgi''r.
THE Place known by the
name of the Eldridgc Place.
It contains forty acres of good
valuable laud, has on it a large
two btor) House, two good barns, n cow
house, a torn house, and other nut houses
both Decenary and convenient. This place
is well cabulalcd for a tavern stand, situ
ted on the iiiuin road from Burlington to
Williston ind about two miles from the
Colleen. The locality and situation of
tho place, render it a desirable stand for
any one who may wish to purchase. The
terms shall be made known bv callitiL' on
thesnb-cribor, WILLIAM WHITE.
Burlington, Jan. Olh. '36.
GEO. N. SP 13 ARS
TENDERS his compliments to his old
customers and the public and respect,
fully informs them that he shall return to
Burlington about the middle of March,
when he wl1 1'-' happy to attend to any
orders in tins line.
JVtto York Jan. 1030.
STRAYEP from tho pubscribcr, or.
Monday last, a small dark red two
year old COW, with small, handsome
horns. She ;ave a small quantity of milk
when she went nwuy. Any informal ion
concerning Iipi, will be thankfully received,
and rsasouablj paid for.
Burlington Jan. 20. 103G.
Md Tom, which will be sold as low
Jfc" pacsed in Sound Barrels, as can
be purchased of our neighbors in bulk,
no charge lor Casks.
Jul). 7. HlCKQK &CATMV.
THE roonis,iver our Storo formerly oc
cupied by J. Mieck E-q.
Dec 25. LYMAN & COLE.
ALES of tho I'KHIiAGE nod Ihe
PEJlSJlJVllir. Edited by Lady
aDcre. 2 vnlumel. For sale by
Sept 25 Smith & IIarumaomn.
CJ CREWS. BUTTS- LOCKS Door
P Handles, in great variety nnd largo
-.,-.!:-- . V. I
iiuuiiuiii's, iur Egto inw, wiiim'fetnu unit
retail. WOOD $ ABBOTT.
10,000 Whltu Oak Slaves.
Apply to, 1Iici;ok &. Cati.in.
3000 lbs Clover Seed for sale tiy
Jan. 7. lliCKoic uatmn.
jf o r a:
or 3 Single Sleighs, by
Mouse & Lown
'ainlors of Sleighs. &c. C. St, Jan
T.T7K wish yoiii ifyon own us, to call &
T T sellb immediately. We wont juo
ucy and must have il.
1'A.GI10IIN CV UIU.NSMAID.
.4 TKINSON'S DEPILITORY for re
V tnovitiff hair from the face, neck and
arms of Ladies, without injury lo the tkin
Atkinson's Curlinrr Fluid, which will keel
the hair in curl whilst dancing or in damp
weather. Imperial Dye for changing halt
to brown or black. Oils and other prcpe
rations, to make tho hair grow on bald
heads: to produce eye brows and whiskers.
Milk of Roses for removing frccklois and
lun, and to prevent Ihe face from being
roogh. For sole at tho Variety bliop, by
pANGnnnN & Bhi.ns.maii).
Bank Stock For S.ile.
TWENTY SHARES of the Capitol
Stock of the Bink of Burlinzton, be
longing lo the estate of the late Nathaniel
Newel, will be Eold at public auction, at
Howard's Hotel, on Monday the 4th day ol
January next, at 2 o'clock P. M.
EZRA MEECI1, Administrator,
Shnlbnrne. Dec. 19ih 1035.
Boxes Glass, 3 qualities to wit:
W&vr 1st Lake Uunmoro
Various sizes, manufactured al Salisbury
Vt. just received by
T.F. Si W. L. STRONG.
Burlington Deo. lGlh 1035.
TOBACCO & SNUFF.
T ORILLARD'S Macaboyand Scolch
JLifenult. do Chewing and btnoking To
bacco al Factory Prices.
T. F. &. W. L. STRONG.
Iron, Nails, Steel.
QA TONS, manufactured Iron con
'fciil inr. tC n pnmnlnln nacnrtmpt.t nl
Round and Square, Band and Hoop,
Shoe Shapes, &c.
20 Tons Foreign Iron, tucli as English
tire, all sizes, Swcedes, Russia. Old
and New Sable, Russia nail Ruds,
500 Setts waggon, cart, carriage & coacli
Boxes. Hollow ware, of every dc
10,000 Pounds Getman, Spring Swccds.
Last anu linglisli blistered Dteel,
50 Tons Cut Nails assorted from 3 to 60.
Potash and Cauldron Kcllele?,
Cast Iron Ploughs,
Brass Keltlcs &c. Sic. which make a
complete assortment of Ironmongery
and which will be sold on as favorable
terms as can be obtained a', any cslab
hshuicpl in the State.
Dec. 10. 1035. 'I'. F. SzW. L. STRONG
rxALL Sz STEARNS, havo iusl icturnod
JL'J from New York with a Fresh supply of
Winter Uoods, winch thoy will tell low lor
cash, as they wore recently purchased al re
duced prices. Wo invite purchasers lo call
end examine our extensive assortment of
Fashionable, Dry Goods; consisting in pari
of French Marcnos, plain and figured Cir-
caiatis, llotubazetls, n largo assortment of
Dark I nuts; plain figured, and plain bilks of
all colors and qualities, plain and figured bal.
ins, French Botnbazino, buck Beaver, & red
Gloves, Ladies lined Gloves, niarcno and cot.
lun Hosiery, black and red Marcito .Shawls,
chally and imitation Shawls and Haudker
chiefs, taffeta Satin, Lutestring and Gangc
Ribbons, silk Velvets, botnbazino and satin
Slocks. An assoitmcnt of Cloths Cassimcrs
and Vesting, G, 08, 1.4 linen Diapers 4 1.4
Irish Linens, eoloored Cambrics. Lace and
Logins Ladies down sleeves, cotton Wadding,
Church si. Dee. 21. 1035.
Lint Seed Oil,
For sale by
T. F&. W. L. STRONG.
D.:c. 10, 1035.
GO Chests, Ilvsiin, Hyson Skin, Young
Hyson and Souchong Teas.
Sugars, Spices, Tobacco, Rice,
Molasses, Liquors, Wines, Herrings
Raisins, Starch, Indigo, Sal-roralus,
Ginger, dried. Currants, Ahuouda,
Filberts, Brazill nuts. etc. etc,
For sale cheap, hy
T. F. & W. L. STOXG.
Dec. 10, 1035.
rflIIE Lessees and doblors'of tho town of
-L Burlington will lake nolico that thoir
rents and interest will become due on first day
of January next. Punctual payment is expec-
leu without lurincr nolicr,
NATHAN It. HASWELL,
Burlington, Dec. 17, 1835. Treasurer.
A LAD of about lOycars of age, who has
been iu a stoic sufficiently to bo already
well acquainted with business may find a situ
ation advantageously calculated fur ronudo.
ling his mercantile education, by applying to
o. 1.. HOWARD.
Burlington. Dec. 17, lfl3.
Lvinnn &. Cole
avo now a lew doz, of cxlra sea Ol.
tor, Seal and imitation Fur Caps; Si
also mens hair Seal Cups, large sizes,
Asmall quantity of 6prucu Shingles.
Burlington Dec 25. 1035
4 N elegant assortment of Diamond, Jet,
XX. Pearl, Topaz, Emerald, Amethyst,
Cornelian, Gold slid other linn PINS,
IlllO.ICIIES anil f.VOS, ju.-t received
at the variety mmp.
I'Artouon.x & BniivsuAti).
npIIL Copartnership heretofore exiting
JL between thcHttbscribcrs under llie firm)
or II. W. Potttin &, Co. is this day dis
solved by mutual agreement.
11. W. rUTWIW.
Jan. 7. '30. J. S. POTWIN.
N. B. All notes and accounts due thd
late linn will bu adjusted al the old stand
where the subscribers have commenced bu
siness under the firm of LATimoi'&Poi wiwi
I L W . POTWIN.
JUST received, bv stage, some Watches',
and very extra plated Spoons; also, silk
Boot Lacings, and steel shoo Ornaments,
All who wish for a good arllelo of plated
Hwons, can bo accommodated at the Variety
Shop, by Panodoiin Si Brinshaid.
Tin HE Filbsciibcr having closed his mcrcan
JL ti to business, requests all porsonsin
dehli'd lo him on booV to sotllo by tho first
of Januaryi and all whoso notes aro now duo
lo pay them immediately. Those who neglect
ihis call will find Iheir Holes and accounts with
an attorney for collection.
Doc. 15. 10.35. L. LOOMIS.
NE Cose now patterned fur lined Shoes
1 ' Rob Roy Shawls. Just re-"
ccived by II. W. POTWIN & CO-
Dec. 11. 11135.
LAMP Oil ol a good quality for sale at
Dec. 10. 1035.
Worsted blond Lace.
A Large quantity just received at
Dec. 10, 1835.
Tons of white western
Js s ground and in bulk.
30 Pons of Novascntia
For sale cheap lor cash, bv
do in Bulk.
FOLLETT & BRADLEYS,
Dec. 0, 1035.
Farmers can supply themselves by find
nig their own casks, which will be a saving
nf J$- per Inn.
December 11, 1835.
RECEIVED a new supply of Fancy
Goods, such as, Embroidered Thibet,
Cashmere and chally Shawls; Splendid
Figured Bonnet'. Sattins; Brown and Ma
roon cold French Merinos; Merino Shawls;
Salisbury Flannels; India Rubber Aprons;
Merino Trimmings; Bonnett and Cop Rib
bons, by LEMUEL CURTIS.
UT 1 1 E R "LO O M IS has just" received
and offers for sale at his store in Essex,
i large assortment ofG O O DS. Those
wishing lo purchase may save both time
and money by giving him a call, as tho
goods will bo sold uncommonly Cheap.
November 4. 1035.
Champlain Transportation Co.
The stockholders of the Champlain Trans
portation Company aro hereby notified, that
llio annual meeting for tho purpose of chops,
ing Diieclois fur tho ensuing year, will bo
huldcn at tho Hotel of John Howard in Bur
lington, on Thursday tho 7ih January A. D.
1030, at ono o'clock I'. M.
By order of llio Directors,
P. DOOLITTLE, Clerk,
Burlington 21st Dec. 1035.
rpHE LAST DAYS' OF POMPElt
A. By ihe ntilhor of Pelham, Eugcno
Aram, England and llie English, &c. For
saleliy S.mitii &. HAnmisGTON.
CORN BROOMS, just left
fur sale ul HOWARD S.
rip HE highest price fu Cash will be paid
JL for Sheep's Pelts, by
W. R. VILAS.
Pearl st., Burlington,
Hetil. II. 1035. f
Important Information !
TO rEHSO.NS AfFLICTED WITH TllE rotLOWI.VO
S C V R V F. Y,
St, Anthony 'k Fire.
Fev. Sores.cven when
the bones aro afiVcled
Violent Eruptions af
when mere, has failed
and all disoiders arising from an impure stato
of the liluod and Humors ate assured that
continue unrivalled for Ihe Prevention, Relief
anu cuio oi inese complaints. Jn proof of
which reau the loiiuwin' :
ILr Jiunarkable cure nf a case of 12 vean
standing. Extract ofa Idler. Sir Mlv In
which befuro did not look hko a human limbi
is now entirely healed up, (after resisting
every other application for 12 years!) Pro"
vious to laKing your Hello h fiolanic&l Orons.
w I....1 II I p f 1 1
i iiuu ivun up un nupu ui ruuei.
Another Cuse. An agent writes "Them
is a person taking the Botanical Drops, evi
denliy with tho greatest advantage." He dc.
dales, to uso his own words, Jt is doin"
wonders fur him," and, us it were, 'snatching
him from tho giavc,'
Numerous instances have occurred uhcro
persons wo-o pining away a miserable exist
ence, nothing they could procuro affording
t lie in a permanent relief, until (hey had made
use of tho above invaluable Medicine
Thoy aro also the best spring and autumnal
physic. Price $l,or G bottles for five dollars.
llUMFKIts' r.KJIKDV FOR
One of the niosl thorough remedies known
for this troublesotuo complaiiil. 11 has mora
perfectly answered Ihe purpose fur which it
is intended than any oilier now in common
aso, and affords immediate and ptrmunent re,
lief, both from llio disorder ilcclf, and its
accompanying symtoius of pain in the loini
vertigo, hcadachjoss of aipctile,indigeslion, and
other marks of debility,
D"Pricc$l for bolh articles Ointment Si
Elcclury or 50 cents when but ono only Is
JUST Received at Howards 15001b. Good
.5- Common Cotton Batting,
Eec 17th. 035.
TTXlogaut Oiler Caps, Seal tkin Capj. at
lithu Varied- sin. p.
DlC. Si. I ('34.