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Vol. XX 3 V. Whole No.
LAWS OF VJ2UMO;T,
Dcslguntctl for piiblicntiott by the riccic
taiy of Slate
No. so. tx ,'inv ix KF.r.vnox to
jippii.usixg damages foiitiie
la vixg our of iaghiia vs it r se
lectmfx. 11 is herein cnueleil, Sfc.
Six. 1. U heucver the selectmen of anv
town in this statu shall lay out or widen any
highway, and a considerable portion of the
damage to the owners of adjoining lands, in
the opinion of such selectmen, shall consist in
the removal of walls or fences, ami this persons
interested in the laying out or widening such
highway shall oiler to remove such viall or
fence and reconstruct the same cn tho proposed
line of such hiirhwav. tho selectmen shall con.
sider tho same in tho appraisal of damages,
and shall award such damages as in their opin
ion shall bo just ami equitable, exclusive of tho
expense of removing such wall or fence.
Six. 2. In all ca--es arising under the pre
ceding section of this act the selectmen shall
have full power to cause such wall.? or fences
to be removed, at tho expense of the person or
persons interested in l.ivor ol such highway,
at the expiration of the time now rrquiri d liy
trees, as provided in section seventeen of than'
..... .w. iii.i.v.ii in h-ir-us, muiimt, wi;ou,or
ter twenty-two of the Compiled .Statute".
Six. IS. In all ea.-es of appeals from the a
ward of the selectmen, as provided in chapter
twenty-two of tlie Compiled Statutes, if it shall
appear lo me rnumiissioners In whom the ap-
peal is taken that tho walls or fences have been
removed and reconstructed upon the now linn
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they were before such removal, then the com-'
inissioners niores.uil shall so ailjuilge, and a-
ward to the person soappo iling from" the award
of the selectmen such sum a.i thev shall deem
jusi aim ru.isonaoio iur ii.iiiugc.s actually sus
taiucil. Kkc. 1. This act shall take effect from its
Approved November I!). S."i.
No. 27. AN ACT Ulil.ATIKG- TO TIIK
ACKNOWLRDnKMCNT OF DKIODS 11V
It iv hereby cnnc'nl, i-c.
Jsec. 1. All acts and ntrts of urt. heretofore
passed and now in force, requiring married
women to acknowledge any deed.-', executed by
them, separate and aput trum their husbands, j
and that they executed the same without any i
fear or compul-iun of their husbands, are here-1
by repealed. j
See. 12. All deeds and convevances bnreaf. !
icr executed uy married women in conjunction
with their husbands, if executed and aeknowl
edged in tho manner required of other persons
fchall be deemed valid and effectual in law.
Sec. 3. Tins law shall take effect from ils
Approved November 15, 1851.
No. 28. AN ACT IN ADDITION TO CHAP-;
TF.R TWKXTV OL' Till? rntim i i.mi I
STATUTES, RELATING TO THE
WARNING OF SCHOOL MEETINGS.
U is herib; eiuiral, cj'c.
Six. 1. It shall bo the duty of the clerk 'or
prudential rommitteo of any school diirict, in
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appointing and notilying ameetiugnf such di
i.i i - ... v. .......... ..... V(, . ..... , . tvuu.i mi; tj t.ijiuui
iricl.under t ie provisions ol chapter twenty of , sixtv-threo, or section five of chapter one hun
Ihe Compiled Statutes, to give at least seven dred and eighteen of the Compiled Statutes 0f
i,ays, and not exceeding twelve days notice for 10, shall be construed to require notaries
H1C I ineellmr -. mid even- t;f riot olnrt- .1.1:.. ... .v... ., i , ' .. . .
, . .t.i .. ... f. ..-
. tiiniai imiiiiiiui't', who snail vioiaie i nc provi-
Fions of Ibis act, shall be sub.ect to the penalties
impoed inseclion fifty two of said chapter.
Approved November 17, 1851.
No.Sn. AN ACT IN ADDITIONTO CHAP
TER S1NTV-FIVE OF THE COMPILED
STATU'l'KS, RELATING TO THE
ll ii hereby rnncli'il, cfe.
Snc. 1. The iruhate court may auth orize
the guardian of any in-atie worn in, under tho
legulations now piovided bv law fur the sale, b
fMiardians, of the real estate nf their wards, to
tell and convey the inlere-t ol bis ward in the
1 ome'tead ol her hu-b.iud, whenever such sale
tlnill be deemed conducive to the interest of
Midi in-ane married woman.
Ski. a. This act shall take effect from its
Approved November ID, 1851.
No. 30. AX A CT TO I'llFVFXT THE
SMALL Hill US.
It is hcrcoy enacted, cj-e.
Sec. 1- If any person shall shoot, or in any
oilier manner wouipf, kill, destroy, entrap, ei"
mare, or otherwise capture, upon land, not
c wned or occupied by him-elf. anv of the fol
owing birds, in wit: the robin, blue-l ird, yellow-bird,
cherry or cedar-bird, cat-bird, king
I rJ, sparrow, lark, bobolink, timid:, chickadee,
jewce, wren, warbler, woodpecker, inanin,
swallow, iiighl-bawk, whip-pnor-ivill, groupii
Lird, linr.e', plover, latler, p.ia-be, creeper, bunt
ing and humming-bird, or shall destroy the
nest or eggs of said bird, he shall forfeit and
ay, fur each offence, the sum of one dollar, to ed
io sued tor and recovered
in an action nf i f it
, .. , .,, ,.
ly ,y person who will sue for the same with
Sir " 'I'lio nnmn r.i, f i t i
tjLC. 1 he name ofcacl bird, herein be-
fo e described in tins act, shall be taken lo mean
t e birds ol the particular species to which
Sec. No action shall be sns ained against
iniy person, who by accident shall violate the
I.rovis.ons ..MhU uct.
hi. . -I. 1 ins act shall take eflect from its
Approved November", 1851.
No. 31 ,.V A(T IX RFLATIOX TO
Till: COMPILED STATUTES,
ll is hereby cnacUd, (J-c,
SEr . 1. The public acts and laws of Ibis
Mate as compiled by Charles L Williams. In
quire, and recently published, in pursuance of
...... ,,. nu,iiiu iur i;iiiiiiiiiug
the laws nf this slate approved November l.'liu
A. D. 1H50, may iu all citations thereof and ief-
renccs thereto, iu any act or statute law passed
ul the present or any Inline scsmoii of the Gen- i
i.li net nrilitl.i.l I.,.. ,. n.i.aii.ln r.. l:
1 1 .u .issumiiiy, ne uesignaled as llie l-ompiled
S Intnl. to i. .1.1,.... Ir. ,1 1,....,. r.
Matutes, adding to llin citation or reference
when necc.-s.iry, the number of the chapter and
of the section cited or relcrrcd to.
Skc. !!. Each and every copy of the said
Compiled Statutes, so compiled and published
in pursuance ol the said act as aforesaid, is
crcby declared to bo competent evidence, be.
lore ail iribunulsanil in ail places of the sever.i
public acts and laws therein contained, without
any lutiber proof or authentication tberonl,
.Sur. ;i, Tins act snail take effect from and
alter lis passage.
Approved October 30, 1851.
-No. 3-2. AXACTIIELATIXG TO THE
DISTIlllll'TIOXUF TJ1E COMPIL
ED Sl'ATl TES.
1' is hereby enae'ed, fyc.
S i. I. Tho ropics of the Compiled Slat-
Mcs, sub, vi to di tributioii agreeably to the
provisions nf scttion four of an act entitled "mii
act to provide fyr compiling the laws of ihi
Mate, ' approve November 13, A. D. Ih,ri').
shall lie distributed and disposed of as follow.- :
' To the librarian, for tbo state library, lil'lv
copies; to the ol5co of the secretary of slate,
five copies ; to th office of the secretary of the
Senate, two eopics; to the ollice of (lie c'otk ol
the Honse of I!cprscntativcs, two copies,
To each organised town in this stale, for the
use ut the ollice of ;he town clerk in such town,
i one conv
I To each county it the state, for tlio ine of
I 'ho ollice nf the cointy clerk of such cjun'y,
I three copies.
To each judge of probate, for the use of Hie
' probate court for his district, one copy,
i To the University of Vermont, Aliddlcb iry
' College, Norwich University, anil tho Vermont
Historical and Ahtirpuriati Society, each (jne
To the librarv of the Ww Vnrlr mains:-.1
Society and tl.o library of'llarvard University,
each one copy.
To the president nf the United States, one
copy ; to the department ol state, one copy ; and
to the library of Congress, three copies.
To the ilidn-c and clerk nf tlm ilitir!,.,
, each one copy.
I o the secretary of each ftale and (crrit rv in
the Union, three" copies ; Prodded, tint' no
"-tj' iihiiiult ui copies, cxceeuinc one riny
sliall b? distributed to any state or territory, than
ini.i- iuuii inroiMicii to m:s siate by such .-tale
or territory, of similar compilations of its own
Sr.c. 2. Afior the distribution provided fur in
IMP lint antti.t.. nf ,1... ..... .1 -
iesof the Compiled Statutes, snbine. i.. .iif.i,.
..... .,..,., , ,,., ,lllt ,MU remaining cop
ion under the aforesaid act, shall be denotilui
, m , tin , .1.'. r . i. . . - . I
... ..it. wihuu ui iiiu secretary 01 slate
h':c. ,1. This act shall take c llu
1'cct from its
, Approved November 18, 1851.
No. ACT JIEMTI.XG TO
noiruxa ,w,:i.s. .v .imfxd.
.VFXT OF SF TIOX TII FXTV.
vi ; of cii.i"Ti:n oxf mrx-
1)11 El) .IX) TF.X OF Tin: COM
I'll.IU) ST.1TUTLS OF ISM.
It is hereby innelcd, S,-c.
Si-.c. 1. Section twenty-five of chapter one
hundred and ten of the Compiled .Statutes of
1.J is so amended as to read as follows: If
the owner or kecp-.-r, or any person who shall
hero tiler become lie; owner or keeper of such
bowling alley, skill, after such ci-ititieatu of
notice is lodged in the town clerk's ollice, as
"fore s-iid, suti'er or permit the use of such
bowling alley, for any play or game, he shall
forfeit and nav lo tho treasurer of the ennntv
I wherein the ollencc shall bo committed, the
sum of twenty dollars, for each day or tune he
shall suffer or permit tho same to be used as a
foresaid, to be rccorered by information or in
dietment, before the couiilv cotnt in such
Skc. i!. This act shall take ellect from its
ns i go.
Approved October .'10, 1S51.
No. .'1 1. .'1X.1CT HF.LA TIXG TO XO
T.IIUFS 1' I' It L1C.
It is lurtbycnnctal, Sfc.
Nothing contained in section three
nl rliiuilnr I iirlf.litnr u.n.timt d..i ,tl ,.l
jHiinii; in .iiiiA ue-'ir nmeiai sen to anv olheial
net I k
net therein mentiotiel, in order to render the
same valid an 1 olleetual in law.
Sue. This act shall take efl'ect from its
Approved October UI, 16.11.
No nr,.-.1X.lCT HKL.1T1XG TO
ll is hcre'iy rnurlal, $,-r.
Src. I. Every notary public shall tike the
oath of ollice prescribed in the constitution, and
shall causo a ceititicate of his appointment,
signed by two or more of the judges of the
, i .i. .i . , . .
kjiiiii mini, i ill 1 1 1 l nun so lIM'tl PV llllll
to bo leeorded in the ollice of the county clerk J
in uiu tuning in which no sirtu no appointed, 1
u di.. I. Ll.oll I... .. !. ... .t
...t. .,! ,., m.ui aa mii uu, in me lonn
STATE OF VERMONT, Coi vn, ss.
I his is to certify, that A. 1! of .
said county, was on the day
A. J). appointed by tho judges of the
county court for said county, a notary public
within and for said county for tho year'onsuing.
O. 1). J) Jiulttts of county court, (or
E. '. (.Urk of county court, as
j the case may be.)
And ut in said county, on this
day of A. D. personally ai-
puared the said A. Ii. and took the oath'of of
lice prescribed in the constitution.
iieforo me, G. II, Jud;e of ,auntij court,
(or whatever may be tho designation of the olli
ce r administering such oath.)
Six. 'i. Section eighty five of chapter thir
teen ufthu Compiled Statutes L hereby rcpcal-
nn 'i I, :.. t i , . r. .,
... t.. .,. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. ii i .mi; inn uuiv ot me
severav county clerks to make out and 'forward
l" '"' ofhco of the secretary of stale a eertifl-
c ite of all appointments of notaries public
undo i their respective conn, cs , i d o f eh
terms f ollice, inimciha.oly aflr ch a ipoin,"
mcuts shall I.e made ; which certificates shall
be .ccorded in the ollice of the secret., of
state -'-wci.ui 01
Tli act ,,., , fl.
i rt d.iv of Deee.n'ier a n i-m
... ' .... i.
Apprised .November lc I.1
No. iJ'J. An Act relating to the distribution of
uiu laws oi litis siaie.
is lunby fiit.c!( I, y.
Six. 1. Every notary pulilic and master in
chancery, wlmso appointment shall have been
properly certified to the secretary of state pre
vious to tho annual distribution of tho laws
paSriCll lit Cliell session nf tlio I .eirisl itnn. til... II
i .-.t.t. .. . ' .
ue cnmicd lo receive one e.opv of such laws,
if not otherwise entitled to a copy.
Six. This act shall take elfvct from its
Approved November 1!, 1S.1I.
No. An Act relating to the distribution of ,
tho laws and oilier public documents among
the several towns iu this State.
. lunby inacttil, Sfr.
Sec. 1. Tho distribution of the nets and
laws, passed at each session of the General
Assembly, and of the journals of each session
of tho Senate and House of Representatives,
and of all public pipers and documents that
liny ho required to bo distiibuted, shall be
inailn under tho supervision and direction of
tho secretary of state, who shall be allowed
such charges for freight, expenses of packing,
and postage, as the auditor of accounts shall
deem just and reasonable.
Sf-c. All book, pamphlet", and docu
ments, that cannot be dtttribu'cd in a maimer
more advantageous for tho tuton-ts uf the
4 it", hi the opinion of the eeret-iry of stall,
Bin1' h ' di t-ilj-.tr u ,tt 'ollowiug inaiinr ti
wit: The secretary of state shall cause such
books, pamphlets or documents, to bo done up,
or (nicked, in separate parcels, or packages,
putting nil that arc to distributed in iinv one
town in a separate parcel, or package, properly
laiieiieu, aim snail transmit such packages to!
the clerk of (be county court, of the comity toj
which stich towns belong; and such county
uiuin, iiiiiiiuiu iLuiv ii ion roue v nig suci 1 ac ill- ll.., 1 . ,i . ' .
ges. shall notify the town clerk of en el town 1 1' " "0,'!! V1' ,Blw,,,.be
by mail, or otherwise, paying tho postage there-' " " f c '" ,,ul a. l" tho, n"
on. iw.tilViM.r snrl, i , u rinrlr ,Li nt .1,. , tal,t inspector geno.al, bccnty-fivu dollars
ago is denoted in the ollice of such county
clerk, and subject to the order of such town
clerk, and to use all practicable means toen -
sure the speedy transmission of such nackages.
ii I... ii,., .1 e :. -1...T. ...
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deliver such hoot
tiniihletf. or tinners hv
incut recetveii, to the persons entitled to re
ceive tho same. And each county clerk shall
ho entitled lo receive from tin; treasury of the
State, as an annual compensation for tbo ser
vices and expenses required by this act, the
sum of four dollars.
Si:c. .'). Section ciglr of chapter five of the
Compiled Stitutos is hereby repealed.
Stic. I. This act shall take ellect from its
Approved November l!l, I8."l.
No. :! AN ACT IN ADDITION TO
CIIAI' . Mil KICIITV-b'IVH OK T11H
COMI'IUH) STAiUtKS OK IS50, IN
UKNAIION TO MII-2RAKV AND
OiJIF.lt. ASSOCIA'I IONS.
isheriby utitrlul, $fc.
Si:e. I. Anv number of persons ntav asn
eiate together under the provisions and fegula-
S:." VJ"V?n "I? !!VC."' "'I'V10'1
b r ;. ; : , : n ; 1
tecting and bringing tn justice burglars and
thieves, and fur reclaiming snd restoring stolen
poopertv to tho rightful owner or ov. iters there
of. Src. 2. This net shall take effect from its
Approved October 30, 1S51.
No. .'!'.) AN ACT K ELATING TO AS
SOCIAIIONS, IN ADD! HON 'I ()
CIIAIIiKR FICIII V-FVF, OF Till!
CO.Ml'ILIll) STA I U'l ES OF If.lO.
1 is hereby cnnrUil, i,-c.
Six-. 1. Anv number of persons imv asso
ciate together anil have the powers of u corpo-
ration, under the regulations and provisions f
chapter eighty-five of the Compiled Statutes of
l.-.-.O, entitled '-Of societies for the support of
the -'o-pel. and literaiv-ind other as-oeiViimis" case commonly called loot rot, sha. hereafter ' ""'!"' ' cu order: rrmi,lc,l, such
I'lrtholol tofaf rum-insrat large upon any common. n" d "7"' -"h
digent widows ami orphans of deceased minis- 'm!,l,c. or hl,L'' "r la,l,ls mit o'ied or 'o Open any thtcl. while the ground is frozen,
teiTsof tho Gospel occupied by the owner or keeper of said sheep "or 10 liter the natural course of any water
Approved November 1') IS'il '30 'leased, within this State, thrnigh th ! de-' c"l,rfp. IKjr l d, aly "ct in regard to any wa-
1 ' ' fault or neglect of tho owner or k-cper there-! ter-couiso which they are not legally bound lo
No. dO.-Au Act in addition to chapter cightv- ol- MiA "l,Ccl rtet to any per-; J1". uAf c.um w' scl' t!ri!"
one of the Compiled Statutes, relating to so". " l,orOIH wl'" -la11 ta,i0 ". tl,u wine; l0" d,1b u,lcr ,Jel"S "Vcd with a copy
n.r. ,.it...i.. , i
ill., t.UjlL-i.llJII UI I.IAI.N I
is hcreb'i inuelcil, cj-e
Si:.;. 1. All taxes o'ted at the annual March
meeting ol any town in tlr.s State, shall be a-
ses.-ed on the prnnd list to be completed tor
that purpose on the 1.1th da y of .May following ;
and all other town taxes, voted previous to the
next succeeding annual March meeting, shall
be usses-ed on said list; abio, the highway tax
provided for in chapter twentv-three of tho
j'0111!'"0'' fawtulcs, shall be assessed on said
Six. Tho grand list, to bo completed on
the 1.1th day of.M iv for the assessmciit ot'towu
and highway taxes, shall bo the li-t on which
all school district mid vilbfro taxes voted on
the 1.1th day of May, or anv lime thereafter
within one v'e-ir. shall I.e assessed. 1
Six-. :t. 'All provisions in thn evistimr Imra
of this State inconsistent with this act are here-
' Approved November IS, 18.11.
No. 11. An Act in addition to and in altera
tion of chapter eighty of tho Compiled Stat
utes, relating to tie; Grand List.
is hereby ninettd, y,r.
Six. 1. The appn i.jal of real estate in tho
several towns, required to be made by the lis
ters in the twenly-sei until section of the chap
ter to which this is in addition, shall be made
or before the first day of .May, A. I), I8.V.,
'"i" or ueiore uu: nrst day ot Mav in every
itr.l - .1 r. ...i.i .-. .. '. J
. iin-iu.iuer ; aim ine general list ol the
taxahle estate, as t quired in tho twontv-ciglith
section of said chi.pter, shall be deposited in
the town clerk's ollice each year on or before
the first day of May.
Six.1.'. The notice required to bo given to
any person who shall be asses-ed for money on
hand or debts due, in section forty-three of the
chapter to which this is iu addition, shdl here
after be given on or before the tirst day of
ay ;and all grievances on account of assess
ments, and all appeals either to the listers or
select men. iniu- nrni-e.1 1',.- 1... 1 .t...n i.
1. .... ..1 .. V', . f'.' ")'"".
uu.iiu .inn ucu'iimiied on or ueiore tho tent i.
a... 1 .!. I , .
.. ..i .mii . unit uiu gtaiid n.-t snail uo com
.-t shall bo com-
pioiod for the assessment of highway, town and
school district taxes, and lodged in tho town
clerk's ollice for that purpose on or before the
111'tee.iith day of May.
Si.c.II. If the valuation of the real estate
of any town. shall be altered by the board of
listers provided for in the forty-sixth section of
the chapter to which this is fu addition, or by
the eipiah.ing committee of the legislature pro-
wuvii uu in saiu section, ine value, as corree
... , . . .. . 1
ml hoard or committee, s h in t.-ilmn 1
. . . . . .. i
s t . the amount at which it shall be set in the
list for town and other taxes for the next suc
ceeding four years, instead of the orimal ap
Six. I. The list for the assessment of stale,
sum- seuooi aim couuiv taxes shall he complet
ed by the tune now specified by law ; an I if
uu- niiiuiiiu on which ino-o taxes are to ho as
sessed, shall any year vary from the amount on
which town, highway and school district taxis
aro asso.-seil, it shall' he the duty of tho Infers
to place the one per centum," mined iu the
sixth clause of the twenty-eight section of the
chapter to which this is iii addition, in two sep
arate columns, one to beheaded,
'Amount for town, highway and school taxes."
anil tho other,
"Amount for state ond county taxes";
and if the amount shall be the name only one
column shall bu required, which shall be 'head
ed, "Amount for town, highway, school dis-
trice and all other taxes."
Six. .-. If fho cashier of any bank or the
clerk of any corporation within this State shall
tail to in ike the return, to the town clerk of j
any town, provided for in section fifly.four of
uiu cu ipier io which ims is in addition, by the
twentieth day of April in each year, the 'bank
er eorj.jrutio whoso employment said cash
ier or clerk shall bo engaged, shall be liable to
Mien town, m an notion on tho case, for all loss-
os in ii sucil town s ha 1 sil ler in ninu nnsu
cl'sileh mint,, t j..-..-.. ,,, allUtv uu-s.iiuu in uu run iiiui a SCCU0I1 Ol
, " , ., , , , any rallrn.ul within this state; upon tho limo dc-
.,nr.,'.n, luJ V . i ,kra1,lr n;l,, n,ml,nt ,'7 cor-1 'KH'cd lor any other. -ngitio or train of cars to
r use I hi it I ", t0 ,bB ".lxr'yl,al1 '' "I. P" '"' action, in an opposite direction,
praise 1 , the iKca-s and set iu tbo grand list, without notice from tho conductor, engineer, or
at its trim ulue, whether above or below its other person having control of the last mcntion
p.ir value. 'ed engino or train of cars, authorizing him so to
M.... hi much ol llin chapter to which run, mch conductor, engineer, or other person.
IllWIIII'liMIITIi'tii miiii.i.'.Ki-l,...! T..I...
Mm, ..nil. . ...... ;"..; 11
V l-r Novc ib irl '
,l-r it Nouubcr 1-..
KimMiW'?V, FIHBI5AV EtrVDTV , DECEiTIJISKK SS 18.71.
ro. .1','. An Act in alteration f the Militia
It is hereby enacted by the. Central Assembly of
t'.c SI h of I'c mom, as follows;
Six. I. All acts and parts ol acLs relating
to the compensations of uniform companies arc
o 1 c
nmponsation n be hereafter
1 1'UL''"".,,",,',,M ,. , , , .
I ,! , , ai'l",'l"t' ""'Inspector general,
i ', "f7 , " Tto
'!L1, ' fJ,Kl" "'"'fr he appunted and elect-
' " 111 1110 sn'ic manner as
tnaur anil hni'ailier
generals are now appointed aid elected ; and
shall hold their ollices for tic term of one
year, and until others are eected in their
Sr.c. !. Any person holdiiif a commission
of adjutant and inspector genual, quarter mas
ter general or judge advocate general, who has
held the same for the term of one year or more,
shall bo denied to have vacated his nffien. ami
his commission shall expire on the passage of
Kt:c. ."i. All acts ami parts of acts inconsis
tent with this act aro hereby repealed.
Sue. i 'I his act shall take ellect from its
Approved November 18, IS.jI.
No. !:!. An Act telating to the offices of
Governor and Lieutenant Covornor.
1 I.J .. II.- t .1 . n
lh ' ZZZ'Z, I ' "' "J
, Whenu er, Irom tnv cause what-
t,icrc ' - y r
governor and lieutenant governor, and when
ever the governor and lieutenant governor, from
inability, shall bo incablo of exercising the du
ties of their respective ollices, the secretary of
state shall exercise the powers anil discharge
the duties appertaining to the cllico of gover
nor, until tho disability snail bo removed, or a
governor or lieutenant governor bo elected.
Si:e. !. '1 Ins act shall take effect from its
Approved November 10, iS.".
VII . i 1- i .
AO. 1. An act ltl mldltion to Clantor lllllClV- I
. i i -ii.. i 1 i." I
six o the compiled statutes relating to dis-
It h harhy cnueleil by the General Aiscmbltj I
nf ihc sinklf lr,mm , ,,,
, c. , , ...
hlx- U !1".V fheep, mlc
infected with the dis-
and the owner or owners ol s.-ul sheen, m 1
t 1 , . ,,
,0"Ml1 r,ln1"1 l huge, shall not be entitled to
a"v ",ctin" "l lil,w or L',l",y.for the recovery of
any sheep co taken up as aturesjid.
Sr.c. 'I his act shall take effect on the
fir.-t day of May next.
Approved November IS. 18.11.
No. 1.1. An act relating to Corporations.
It is l.rrthy ewiclrl by the Gemrul .Issimbli
of the Stole of I'ermont, wt follows :
Sin.. 1. Every act cre.it uiir. continuine:. al-
tPr'"-' (,r, 'i"0"'"'?! a"-v uorporation or body
l';'htic. which shall here ilier bo passed by the
('c,ll!:l, Assembly, may be altered, amended,
"" repealed, whenever the public good may re-
,1'"J''-'' sm-li allvnition endmetit or repeal.
Z1'0, '! '"' lcn" " corporation," as used in
t,lls act' illa" l,u construed to include every us-
80Clal," or joint stock company, having any ol
the powers or privileges of corporations, not
possessed by individuals or partnerships.
Six. II. Tins act shall take ellect from its
Approved November I'.i, 18.11.
No. !'). An act iu amendment, of chapter
seventy-two of the compiled statutes, relat
ing to the inspection ol Hour.
is hmby emiclcil by the General .tssembli
of the Hale of 1'irmon , us follows:
Six. I. Clnp'.cr seventy two of the Com
piled Statutes shall not be consulted to extend
lo any llour brought into this St ito and trans,
ported out of tho State, either by the importer
of such Hour, or the person to whom sueli Hour
may be sold by the importer, whether such
tluiir shall be s.ilil before or after it shall be
landed within the State.
Sr.c. '.. It shall not be lawful for any Hour
inspector to draw more than two ounces ul'
(loin fiom any barrel by him inspected.
Sr.c. 15. Each Hour inspector shall bo enti
tled to receive one cent, and no more, for each
barrel or cask of Hour by him inspected.
Src. !. All provisions in former acts inemi.
Sistct .!.!. It.is n, I. I
.. - , , ' Ul;l,;") ii j;.ui.ii.
,"' ' ' 1 1114 "ct thM lal;u lt:f
Appioved November 1!, 15.11.
No. IT. An act relating to vendor
the sale of real estate.
1th hereby rnnclrd lytic General Assembly of
the Stale of I'lrnmnt, as follows :
Six. 1. 'I ho vendor of real estate shall
have no lien thereon for any unpaid purchase
....t. n..rt....i ...... I. I ' .... 11 I
i.i.'ti. i.,tt,i in, nc ii m-u ui iiiu .is sum ne
...t i ...:.i t i... i t ,
t-it-u t,-i, tuiu ui niuiiuL-ii n uui-u, uAeciueu. ac ;-
nowledged. and recorded, iu the same manner
as iiecus oi conveyance ol real estate are re
quired by law to be.
Six. 'i This net shall lake efl'ect from its
Approved NV 't.'ier 1!, IhMI.
No. An act in uinenduient of chapter
ei'h ecu of the Compiled Statutes, lelating
to sick or imprisoned paupers,
ii hereby enacted by the General Assembly
of Iht Slate of t trmoiit, as follows:
See. I. The lirst paragraph of section six
of chapter eighteen of the Compiled Statutes
is amended, so us to read as follows : If such
stranger, so ordered to remove, he sick or dis
aided, or confined in jail iu such town, and
cannot bu rumoved without endangering his
life, or comuutling jail breach, the overseer
shall provide for his maintenance, or cure, at
the charge of said town j and after the recov
ery of such stranger, or his discharge from
such imprisonment, shall cause him to ho re
moved under such order
Approved Niuember 10, lP.II.
No -I') An Act in amendment nf, an I in nil-
dilion to chapter twenty-six of tho Compiled
is hereby enacted, i-c.
Sec. 1. If and conductor, engincor, or othor
person liming the control of an engine or train
of cars, shall run such engine or train of cars,
... lt... ..... - ... i " .. ;
. . . " '
' "tJM,i'"' "0 injury ensue
' 1, ' i PXCe V"n ,nBJ Vi,m,fan"
.dolors, tier than one hundred dolkrs, or
imprisonment in the state prison not exceeding
five years, in tho discretion of the court; and if
tbo death of any person thereby ensue, the per
ton so offending shall bo deemed guilty of man
slaughter and punished accordingly.
Sec. 2. It shall be the dutv of cverv railroad
t,ui,i(uiy wiiiiiii tins 6iaie, lo nave a printed
copy of tho foregoing section liini!? or posted
up, on cvery engine, and in every passenger car,
when in use, and in every passenger and freight
uujui uuioogingio such company,
Sec. 3. Jf any railroad company shall cm
ploy, or retain in ils service, any conductor, en
gincer, Urakeman, or switchman, who shall
make use of intoxicating liquors as a beverage,
biii.ii 1,1.1 ueius Known 10 mo president, super
intendent, or anv one Of tbo directors nf snrli
road, such corporation, upon conviction thereof
in -no county court, shall forfeit and pay into
me treasury oi i lie Hale, a sum not less than
thtco hundred, nor more than three thousand
dollars, together with costs of prosecution ; and
shall also be liable for all damages which any
person may sustain by the employment or re
lentioii of such conductor, engineer, brakcmaii.
Si:c. !. Any person, through whoso lands
any railroad p.uses, may, after said road is put
in operation, make complaint in writing to the
commissioners provided for in the net to which
this is in addition, that he is aggrieved by the
neglect or default of any railroad company, in
erecting, con-tructing, or maintaining fences,
cattlc-yurds, or farm crossings, which said com
pany is bound to construct or maintain ; or that
bo is aggrieved by their stopping, impeding or
altering any waler-coursc, or bv their makimr
or stopping any ditch. The complaint shall re
quire the corporation lo appear before tho com -
misMoiiers at a tunc and place therein appointed
to show cause why the commissioners should
not make tin order in the premises, and shall be
served upon the corporation in duo form of law.
Upon the hearing, the commissioners may make
an order in writing, thereby requiring the cor
poration to erect, construct", or maintain in gcod
tep tir such fence, cattle-guard or farm crossing,
within such time as they may require, or to
make or alter any such water-course or ditch,
ui iu reiuuve sucn impediment to the same with
intj may ifiMiirf. i Ml; COT-
nnrnlinn failimr in .,,mnl., ..- I .. i ii
in sue u nme as they may require
' , " "ihjm nun eii.ii wrucr SIMM
forfeit and pay to the parly aggrieved the sum
f twenty dollars with costs rXn,nrinn in
' c recovered in an action on the case, and shall
iciurlher lialile lo the parly aggrieved for all
u'"nllSe3 110 ln'!.v tnvtain in consrquence of non-
Sec. 5. No railroad corporation shall have
tho power to take, otherwise Hun by nurcbiise.
any water or spring of water which the owner
thercol shall require lor the reasonable and con
venient uso of bis own premises: and where
such owner and corporation cannot icrce as to
wh.il water is necessary for the reasonable and
convenient u.-e of such owner's premises, tho
corporation shall lira apply to commissioners to
determine the same belore taking such water,
.uiu give sucn owner iweive day-notice in writ
ing of the time and place wheie such applica
tion will be heard.
Sne. G. No land without the limits of their
road shall be taken by any railroad corporation
ferlbe requisite and convenient accommodation
of their road, without the permission of the
owner thereof, unless the commissioners, on
the application of the corporation, and after
twelve days notice lo the owner, shall first pre
scribe the limits within which such land shall
Sec. 7. Whenever any railroad corporation
shall, iu the laying out, building, grading, or
making of their road, cause any obstruction to
the travel or means of access to any manufac
tory, mill, place of business, or dwelling Iioujc,
or shall continue Mich obstruction, sucn corpo
ration shall bo liable to pay to the person there
by injured such reasonable compensation as the
coiiinii-sioners for determining railroad damages
shall deem proper. The person so claiming
to bo aggrieved shall make application in writ
ing to the cotnmis-ioners, setting forth sttcli
grievance, and such application, with a police
Irom the commissioners to the corporation ol
the time and place ot bearing, shail be served
on the corporation iu due for f law.
Approved November 19, lbjl.
No. 50. An Act relating to banks.
is hereby enabled, i-c.
Six. 1. Section seventy-four of chapter
eiglity-four of tho Compiled Statutes is hereby
amendjil so as to read a follows : No individ.
ual, company, or corporation shall at any one
time be directly or indirectly indebted to any
bank within this -late in a greater amount than
ten per cent, of the capital stock actually paid
in, except fur deposites made by such bank, for
the purpose of redeeming their bills at the place
of redemption, or in the banks in commercial
cities, where such bank keeps an account for
the purpose of deposile. collections, and llie or
dinary business transactions with said bank, or
oil tho purchase of bills of e.whinge; nor shall
any bank take, hold or receive, the n ime of anv
director, or other oliicer of such btnk, either as
principal, surety or endorser, to a greater amount
at any one tune, than live percent, ot the cap
ital so paid in, evcept on the purchase of bills
of exchange; nnr shall all the directors and
other officers In- directly or indirectly indebted
to the btnk at any one tune, in a gretter sum
in the aggregate aim. tint than three per rent,
for each director, except on the purcnaso of
bills nf exchange.
Six. 1!. The annual inspection of the ll.nks
in this slate by the Hank I'oiuinis-ioner, now
required to be made between the ,'iLi day of
July and the I lib day of September, may here
after be made at any time lietween the 30th
day of June and tho lirst day of September.
oec. .i. i no amendment 0 the said 7 I'll
section by tin's act shall not be construed to af
fect any rights, causes ol action, or remedies,
accrued or existing at the time this act shall
take ellect, by reason of any violation of the
provisions of said section sevenlj-four.
Approved November I'.I, 1851.
No. M. An Act relating to Jails and Jailors.
fl h henby enacted the General . tssim ly
of the State of I'ermont, as follows :
Six. 1. Whenever the Jail in any countv
shall be destroyed by fir or other casualty, i!r
shall become so much injured as to render the
same insecure for the hi o keeping of persons
confined therein, the sheriff of such comity
shall have power to remove all such persons
conlined therein at the tune of such destruction,
or injury, either upon mesne or final process,
civil or criminal, to tiny jail in anv adioiiiiii"
Skc. ',. In all cases where any jail has been,
or may hereafter bo. so ilr strnvi.'.l us i,,;,,r,..i
the court auditor nf the county in which such' I
jail was, or j-, situ Hi d, shall audit, the account
ol the ..Iteritfof such county for all necessary
'SPnsM "Inch have a.-rrurd, or imv hereafter
accrue, to nidi rbcr f.r V r 'uov.il arid
keeping of such prisoners, in consequence of
such destruction of or injury b, such jail, and
for which no provision is nnv made by law,
and allow so much thereof as hi shall deem just
and equitable, and ho shall deiignato sucli al
lowances as are made against the Slate, and
such as are made against the ciunty, separate
, (, m ..p., . rt
Sec. if. llie clerk of the tountv court of
such county shall draw his irdcr upon the silent, while her brother avA upon her beau
State treasurer for such allowaicos ns may bo , tiful countenance, and resolved tint, however
tiiiiilrt (limit! t llin Utnlii nttil Htm , ...... i . . .1 .!!. . ' .
made against the State, and moil the county
treasurer for Biich allowances ai may be made
against the county.
Sne. d. '1 his act shall take effect from its
Approved November 11), 1851.
" iwuiuoinug uu iiicmuors oi
the Senate of tins State to tin several conn-
It is hereby enacted by the Gcreral Assembly
of the Slate of 1 cratoiif, its fallows : '
Sr.c. 1. Tho several counties in this State
shall be entitled to elect and have their sena-
tors in tho following proportion, to wit:
Ilennington county, two ; Windlrun county,
three : Rutland county, three : Windsor conn-
A- S-O .. ..... . f n
tv, four ; Addison county, two ; Orange county,
two; Washington county, two; rin'tenden
county, three ; Lamoille coitntv, one ; Calcdo-
niaconntv, two; Franklin countv, three ; Or-
leans countv, one; Essex County,' one ; Grand
Isle county, one.
Six. '2. Section twelve of chapter one ol
the Compiled Statutes is hereby repealed.
Approved -November IU, IS.jI.
No. .13. An net to divide the State into Con
II is hereby enacted by the General Asscmb'oi
of the State of )rermonl, as follows :
The first congressional district in
this State shall bo composed of the counties of
Ilennington, Rutland, Addison and Washing-
Six. 2. The second district shall be com-
posed of the counties of Windham, Windsor,
Orange and Caledonia.
Sr.c. :i. The third district shall be composed
f the counties of Chittenden, Grand Isle,
''ranklm, Lamoille, Orleans and Essex.
J. his act shall take ellect Irom its
Approved November lit, 1
No. .11. An net making provision for the sup-
port of Government.
it hfrihll r,irtr,l . f:.r,l .,1.l.l
of the Stale of Ytrmont, as follows :
. Six. 1. A lax of fourteen cents on a dollar
is assessed on the list ot the polls und rateable
estate of the inlnbitants of the State, for the
year one thousand eight hundred and 1, ty-one
to be pud into the treasury by the lirst day o
. line next, ,n money ecrtiheales or netes issued
bv tho treasurer ol tlio St;ili onlcrn drawn Iiv
tie county courts or in orders drawn by county
contingent expenses of the General Assembly,
arm sucn salaries a are provnteii uy law, aim
such sums as are directed to be paid by thn
treasurer by special acts of the legislature.
Sr.c. .'1. A sum not exceeding fifty thousand
dollars is appropriated for the purpose of p ty
ing such demands ng,iin-t the State as may be
allowed by the auditor ol accounts, the expen -
ss of the supreme and county courts, and such
drafts as may be m ule by the county clerks, n.-,
provided by law, and such expenses as hive
been or may bo incurred under tho militia laws
of this State.
Six-. 1. The treasurer of the Stale is au
thorized to borrow a sum not exceeding tiftv
thousand dollars in the whole, fur the purpose
of defraying the expom.es of the government,
and paying such appropriations as are or may
Approved November 10, lc.11.
No. An act for the preservation of li-h.
11 hereby enacted by the (hntr.it .'.-.o i.iW
of the Slate of Vtrmonl, as follows:
Six. I. If any person or persons sh ill h -re-ifter.
take, kill or destroy any trout or lunge in
my lake, pond or stream of water in tins State.
in any other way, or by any ollu-r means, than
by hook and line ; or Jest toy any trout or lunge
in any way or manner between the l.'ith day of
September and the 1st d iv of December in any
v -ar. such person or persons slnll forfeit and
piy to the treasurer of the town iu whirh siu-h
offence is commuted, the sum of one dolln for
each trout or lunge s.i taken, killed, ur destroy
ed, one half for the benefit of such tow u, and
the other half for the benefit ol' the complain
ant, to be recovered iu an action founded upon
this statute, together with full costs of sun.
Approved November I'.I. IsTjL
No. .)G. An act in relation to the State School
Il is hereby enacted by the Gmcral .IsumUy
of the Slate of I'trmant, ay follows;
Six. 1. The tietsurernf this State is here
by directed to collect all monies due , the
Stale school fund on or before the lirt day of
October, A. I). I8."-.', and credit the si to-
pother with all other monies connected with
said fund, to the Sl-ile.
Six. '. This act shall take effect fiom its
Approved Noyeetber Ii, l,7il.
STATE or VEIl.MON r.
S r c iu'.t u v ii e S r.v r t 's O i-r i e i
Mnntjielirr, XovemLer li I,
Iterebv ceitil'ythtt the fnre-iroiiiL' liliv-six
.Inpleis are correct copies uf Mich Acts ol'tlie
General Assembly, p i-sed at the October ses
sion thereof, A. I. l-.M,as h-.ve been desig
nated uy ine lor puuiii-itiou in lite new.-.
FEUUAM) i MEIUUI.I.,
Seen lary of Slate.
The .lliiMC of Oilier Daj-.
nv I'li.u-r.sson ai.iu'.n.
. Cll VI'TKIl I.
'We shall be very happy here,' said I ouisa
Unmet to her brother, as' they sit down hi a
neat nppirtuient, tho furniture of which ihey
had just been putting in ordur; 'I only wish
your room was as lu.itly Inriiished.'
'As I shall I.e asleep during tnoU nf the
time spent iu it,' s tid her brother, 'the furniture
is a in ittor of little consequence. The room is
in cveiy way eouiforliible.'
'You ntuslh.ivo your ollice neatly furnished.'
'It is furnished as I dedirc it to be, except iu
'You will soon be able to purc'iisc some
books. I do not intend to spend another cent
lor any article ol dress this season.'
'I had rather go without books, thn ji It -vr my
ister experience the (.lightest want.'
lou have mule such a sacrifice for me. that
I must and will deny mvself for your sikc.'
'1 shall not permit yon to do j, r.iy dear sis.
ter. I shall cherish ny only e rth", tress ire
just as cnrcfu'ly as I c' o-1 '
cents, pi u i uy court and. ors. v2 WMom , Kc t, ,Mrl -H
Six. A 1 he sum ol orty-l.ve thousand , . fl)r (mt of J . . "
dollars . appropriated lor the purpose of pay- , h.jd ol fu s , confidence it. my son, if
...g the debentures ol the lieutenant governor, , lla(1 , for ,, , ;
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fVeir Series, Vol. fi tfo. ti l
'I wish,' said Louisa, with a tear in her rye,
'that our poor mother could know how pleas
antly her orphans aro situated, ami what pros
peels are before them.'
'I'erh ips she watches over in now as tender
ly ns when she labcriiar led in the flesh. Her
spirit iniy bo present now.'
. fa "tw.t, tin. iiiiuu in uiu
rrcnt o rir . She rinsed Imr n...i
A leoling ol awe stole over the mind of tho
ine worm inigui go with lutn, no thorns should
lie in her pathway, if ho could remove them j
that no storm should boat upon her hold, if ko
uuiiiii suciier iu
If,' Said Lotlisa. 'llie Snirlt nf nnr ilnmrto-t
mother be near us, what joy must it give her to
SCO tllO son nf Iter unlinitii.tn nt.,1
. t . . . unit lii.ivuiS ll
, tenderly guarding her (laughter, and ' her
, full heart would not allow her to finish the
j sentence ; she leaned her hoad on her brother's
bosom,, and wept tears of gratitude and joy.
'I trust our mother would approve what I
)mve durloihut I am promoting my own happi-
; ,l0,n-s ,vc11 J'ours '
I . . 0,1 wcrc evcr tlic ri,03t aolf sacrificing of
! bc"W except my mother.'
i V,ot 'ii1'1 80 ,mlcl' ns yourself; but let m
1 , ," il ""P"1?. UVP" "Pon such a question.
't lllcrc aliy lllnff else that needs attention here?
J H-,norro,v to fl'Vo myeolf, heart and
-V' to the labors of iny profession.'
1 . .'illPro 1-5 nothing else for you to do. If any
i ""si.uia, i uu miuuu io n wunoui iroub-
4 )'ou' ...
I. ,10,v""nl you employ yourself during tho
.r, 1 , , . ...
I 'I have the books which vo.ir km,W l,na
furnished, and my sewing, and this beautiful
landscape to look upon, und I shall have to
watch tho hour which will bring you to me.'
-Mrs. Hale came to tho open door, to inform
them that tea would sonn he mmii- a
rose to her nvo. ns it lell im.,.. .!. ;,,.. ;.,.. .
brother and s'istcr. It was not unobserved by
Louisa, who invited her to be seated.
l miisl. sit ilmvn ii i.li v.iii ,, ,,,,! :.i
the widow .'for he reminds" ,n c '.. 1
, 'Is he no longer livin'r?' said Louisa
ne was so Kind and attentive, not seeming
to notice the question, 'tint it was often said to
ine, af ter mv husband's death, ' A hat a comfort
i yuu have in' your son!' I had no more thousrht
tint he could ever leave us, than you have that
your brother can desert you.'
I Louisa clung closer to her brother's hand,
I and made no remark-. Tin- u-nnlo ... ,l,o
wood imply that her son was a wanderer : she
j feared to ask her. The silence became painful.
'Vmr son is not living?'
i r.t i ... a.....
hor ,w was e b Z gla tole X ?ol
i.N ...... .,,. , ., ........T
' . '. " ' " . " "t niv io
,inar-.at:ll j ,llve bk fur tIl:lt ; , "ft
.. cxp(.rit.n,u 1Iiake9 , fed anximl lle, ,r
, n)et, , , ;
- ,.r .t. .).' i: . .. . J
,,;us mo t() - , . . .... ' "'f i
1 did not intend to SDcakof lhaui
when I sat down. love to see young persons
happy. I hope you will enjoy many hanpy
hours under this roof. It has been to ine the
see: p of many mercies.'
She then invited them to walk down to tea.
The sister leaned on the arm of her brother,
1 and lo,.!;cd up to his face with an expression
' that told how entire was her confidence that ha
would ever be the faithful sunnorter an,! .mi.l,
which he now was, and had pledged himself to
the departed one to be.
The table w as spread in an apartment which
was shaded by the convolvulus and sweet scent
ed honeysuckle; an air of perfect neatness
pervaded the apartment. A spirit of subdued
cheerfulness reigned in the little circle. They
felt that then; was sympathy between them.
They felt that there were some quiet and peace
ful spots, even in the storm-swept world.
Th? lather of the orphans died when Rich
ard was -i-, and Louisa three yeirs of ago
The in it her- -a woman of energy, alfeJtion,
and filth--though left with slender means, sap
plied tho necessities of her children. The
wants of their minds were tut sacrificed to
those of their bodie--. The son received the
advantages of a collegiate education, though
at llie co-t of great self denial and sacrifice.
Ho was not insensible to those sacrifices, and
re-olved that they should not be made iu vain.
A mo-t diligent attention to his studies secured
hint the highest standing in his cla-s, and a
steady and succosiful resistance of the temp
tations of a college h'e. gliddenod the heart of
his devoted mother. After completing his col
legiate course, he engaged in teaching, pursu
ing, at th-; same tune, the studies of the law.
He had paid tho debts contracted for his edu
cation, and vv.im ju-t prepared to enter upon his
professional duties,, when his mother was call
ed away. O death, why dost thou delight to
enter thusa families which, after long struggles,
are jint piepared to live!
The brother and sister were now alone in tho
world, and weie wholly de-titule ol' pecuniary
means. Louisa resolved thai she would not bo
a burden iipjn her brother. The labors of a
school, or even the drudgery of dome-tic ser
vice, she would willingly bear, sooner than in
teifere with his profession il protpccK Ho
was as firmly resolved tint -he should not lead
a life of toil, and tint sin should lut be separ
ated from Iiiiii. An eligible situation was
promptly declin 'd by linn, bee m-v u would in
ulve a sepiratiuii. Th" arguments urged by
him to injure a concurrence wuh his plans,
failed to move her. She yielded to an appeal
to her infection, and his eutroity that she would
not leave him nlon
It was divided, after many consultationj,
tint besh.mld i!abhh him-Hl m the villago
of I, -, whnie the prospects of success
were far less nronusiu .r th in the hones held out
.... . . . . . : . t,...-w
I n. M!l :irict atl'eclion to his eoiitiduiir sister
Lodgings were engaged and they removed
tlutlier. With s.eite uf the events of the first,
day of their lesideuce, tho reader is already
Itich ml was not wilh uit his fears that his
resources would prove inadequate to the sup.
ply of his sister's wants, but he carefully con
cealed them from her know ledge. To her in
quiries respecting his -uccess, ho gave encour
aging replies. hy,' thought he, 'should her
fair face bo clouded with aiivietv? Why
should shadows fall upon herpaih ;'' It shoul'd
not bo ; his should be the toil and care.
lleautitul, oh brother, is thv fond alfection!
but far better were it tint it be not exercised
at the expense of truth,
Tho summer flowers had displayed thoir
beauty and exhaled their fragrance, and de
parted; and aru-et hue began to steal over
the landscape, whirl) was viewed, each pleas-
ailt I'Veninir 111- Nldl-int nlnl I.nmsn. frnm thi
heights ilia" overlooked the village. The sister
leaned a little more heavily upon the arm of her
hrolhpr the .ii.-niulei! llin emiMpncp. nnrt lw
.cheek acquired additional transparency. There
was something in her peneral form and carriaca
' wbica attractei tho unention even of the
tr0 tnued on Foi rth pig-