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subseriber Is wishing to sell lns
Vfl llll l il l llltl. UICIUHIIIIIV HimUltll
. . .. I .1.. ....... I
1.. w. n Witnlllllirtnn. Oll tho nulilic
rond lcading from Montpelier to Thetford,
fiitBCii miles from tlio cnpitol of tlio stnte,
und six iniles Irom tlio county sonl i
Chelsea, consistllig of 200 ncresofcxeclleht
Innd under n good state of cultivntion,
aiul well wntered nnd fenccd, containing
200 rods of stonc wall, with o dwelling
liouso 30 by 40, b wood hnnse, two largo
Imrns with shcds nttnchcd, n coni bain nnd
hogpen. Tho b.tildings aro inosily new
iind well ilnished. Snid fnim will bo sold
chemi fornimit of tlio mirohnsc tnoncv
down, niidtho remainder lu nnnual pay-1
rnenls to suit tho purcluscr. Tho subscri
bcr hns nlso ouo pair ol oxcn, teu cowh,
nnd two Imndred sheep ho will sell with tvs x)lcV tliought, umplu pruvision for sup
the fann if requcsted. Ho will rccomincnd lyiS ns grcnt a nuinber of subscribcrs ns
eiid fnim to bo ns good in every point of l!'uil' "lost llattuing hopes led thcni to hc
vicw ns uny iu tho county of Oruugo of "cvu would pntroinzc llm work undur its
071ml b'izc. 'Ihciincw urrnngctnent. They hnvo hecn
ALSO. deccivcd ngrceubly so,in their cnlculnlions,
Ono other furm situated at tho villngc in
snid Washington, contnining ono hundrcd
ucrcs ; nuout thirty acres clcurcd, nnd the
remainder covcrcd with vnluablu timber.
Ono 'good bnrn on tho premises. Clood
titlcs will ho givcn, und posscaaiun rnay bo
Tor further particulars cnquiro of the
KUbscriber 011 tlio premises.
October I, 1835. . 5!)
TRAVED from tho cnclostiro of tho
suliscribcr in Tunbridge, 011 or nbout
tho 18th of Sopt. Inst, two Heifers, both
tiright rcd, ono n two ycar old, tho othera
ycnrling. Tho two year old rathcr Inrge,
with high, crooked honif. Whocvcr will
:ivo iniormutioti whcro th$y mny Ue lound,
linll bo suitably rcwarded and all rcasona-
blo chnrges imid.
CHAltLES F. WI1ITNEY.
Tunbridge, Oct. 1, 1835. 59. Uw.
DAN BAJNARD'8 ESTATE.
THE subscribcrs, having bcen appointcd
by tho houornblt) l'robato Court for
tho District of Washington, Commissioncrs
to reccive, exnmine, nnd ndjust nll claims
and dcmands of nll persons apainst tho
estato ofDnn Barnard, Into of Berlin, in&nid
district, deccascd, reprcscnted insolvcnt,
and the term of six inonlhs from tho 26lh
day ot Scpteinlier, nllowed ly said court
to tho crcditors of said deccascd, to oxhibit
and provc their rcspective claims before us,
DO GIVE NOTICE, that wo will nttcnd
to tho dutied of our appointincnt nt tho
ilwelling houso of Asahel H. Nye, in
llcrlin, in snid district, the fourth Moudny
of .fnnuary, and tho' fourth Moudny of
March at one o'ctocl; uftcrnoon on euch of
CHESTER NYE, $ Com '
llerhn, Uct. Hd, A. 1). 183G.
DANIEL BATES & CO.
.Vo. 21 Elm-Slrcd, and 32 Union-Slrccl,
IIAVE FOR SALE.
Jl COMPLETE .ISSOIi TME.YT OF
TUST recoived froni tho Tauuton Fur
JUST recoived froni tho Taunton Fur-1
nace. of supenor nuahtv, verv hcht and
ttrnng, rcady bnilnd for rctailing, consist
ing of Lever und l'lnin, Tea Kettles, llake
l'uns, I'ots; 1
Dibh Kettles of all sizes, Basin!?, l'otato
JJibU KOttleS Of Ull SlZeH, Iiasjnt PotatO
Spidcr,Gnddles, Kettles, Mailiu Kettles,'
CookmglHirnacrs, &r. &c.
Ovcn Mouihs, A'sh I'it and Iloiler Donrn;
Snsh Weights, Sad Trons und Sleel Fire ,
I-ire l'rames nnd I'nrlor Stoves;
I'arlor nnd Ohniiibcr illantle Grutrs :
Itussia and English nnd Arncricuii Shect I'ublihhers to supply iback iiumbcrs, nnd !1 Mont)elier in the County ol Washing
Ironp j they will not wnrrnnt tho cniiio volume to ton aforesaid, ind by nnother deed ol'moit-
Cnuldrons-of nll sizes; Firo Iliicl; ; i thoso who mny eomo iu late with thuir gae in due Ibrm ol law, conveyed to the
Tinncd-Shect Copper; Mihsoripiions. Annexeil nre tho conditions said John Carlton said mortgaged premises
Iu addition to tho nbove, D. B. &. Co. j which innst bo strictly ndhcrcd to, us tho in fee, subject to a coinlition ol deleasance
nave consiaiuiy on imuii n largo nssortineiit
of ROTARY COOKING STOVES, for
coal or wood, with u geuernl nssortinnnt of
L-oolt btoves, such as Jumcs', Wilsou's
I'remitun, I'rophecy and othera of tho lutcst
N. II. Dealers in tlio nbove nrticles are
iuvitcd to rall and examiue tho nbove ussort
iiicnt,which will bc&old ou tho most favor
Thcso who buy al retail ure likcwisc re
questcd to call.
Boston, Mny 11, 183G. 31
THE AM EFUCAN
Aaii-SiJivcry Alinaisac For
TII1S DAY PUBLISHED, tho Ameri
Cail Aliti-Slnvnrv Almnnnn I'nn IB'IT
wnicn contnms tho usunl nstronomirul c.-.l-!
ciilations nnd chronoiogical tablcs used in
Aimanacs, whicli huvo bcen prcparcd with
Rrcat carc. Thera is tilsn ,u, h li.tn,....;,,,.
und uscful iiifonnntion ou tho subicct of
fcmvnrv. wliinl, U ;u it:...i ...!i,
...j, , uuiiuvcu wiii no mucu
to throw hght tipon tho question of imrne
dinto abohtion. Grent caro has bcen taken
to gutber all intoresting ovcnts nml occur
lenccs, nnd no labor has been withheld in
obtam.ng vnhiable articles from distingiiish
ed wnters. Tho Almunnc is nlso en.bcl.
&c W1 SCVCrD ni'l)rolniato cgravings,
Among the articles nro Frce Discnssion
Am. A. S. Suciety ; 8100,000 Reward E
inancipntiou in thu West Indies; l'rineiples
of Anti.Slnvcry Soeieties; the Slavo Fath.
er; I'roduco of Slavo Iibor: Cliildren'
Department; Temptntion ResistcdjuMoth-
i tho Uni-
very l'uli bcntidiiR. '
All ordcrs for tbo nbove work will bo
prornptly onswercd Adilress N. SOUTH
wLr D K 1UTC'OCK. eornl.ill.i
Jiottan, July 30, 1830.
For Snlo nt tho Slnto Journal Offico.
I'AYSONIS INDELLIIJLR INIC.
A Me,,v', al,d ml,c" "PProvcd nrticlu for
m10 r, v:- J'KENRISS.
Montpelier, Oct. 8, 183G.
w. a ; omvo ropuintion ii
tii ouues; I'.imgrnnts to Libcriii;
tipna ConMdcred : Oncdia Inttitutc
Goods at Auction !
THE suWrilier will soll his rciiiaining
stockof Goods, consistilii; of EnL'lish,
Domestic nml Wcat Indin Goods at auction
nniiniiallKinif llll . 1 11 tt n 1 nVilf
iuiiiiinim 1 .11 umuiuni uuii) w I ut.it
1. M. nt his storo 111 Middlesex, itml cou-
t'mtto thc saino every siiccecding Snturdny
until thu same bo disposed of. AIbo will
seu ui cusi i pnvmu saiu.
11. C. MclNTYRE.
Middlesex, Sept. 28, 1830.
' N. B. All deinandsdue the firm of Blnko
& Mclntyre, must bo puid inimcdiiuely.
, .,.. f,i,.,.n
rnosi'ECTUs of tiii: bf.co.vo olumi:
Tm: Publislicraof thcNcw-Yorkor coin-
iuenccd in Mmch litst, n weckly odition of
their pn blicntion in iiuarto fnriii. nnd inado
"""smuch ns tho fuvor hhown to the pnhli-
cntton rnpidly nbsorbcd tho wholc odition,
nnd constant orders aro rcccivcd furcopies,
wiucli tlio ruhliMicra liavo bccn unalilo to
supply. With n viow to obviatc this difli
culty, nnd mect the wishcs of tho itiany
who desiro to patroni.e tho work, tho I'ub
jishcis havc rcsolved to iicutrulizu the blauk
in thc currcnt order of the vohinic, by
cliangiugbo fnrthe prcscnt urrniigeinciit, 11s
to furnish two valumcsin a year, iu licu ofl
011c, ns stated 111 tho origitial prospeclus.
Ull 1110 IWCIIiy-l'OLrlll Ot bCDteillDcr
ncxt, thcrcforc, will be ijsucd tho iiist nuin-.
ber of n new Ecrics of tho Quarto New-'
Yorkcr, orNo. 1 of VolII. thtis nflbrding I
! la. n?w Biiuscriuers 1111 oiporlunity ol hu
S""""B " "i-i iinin.-,ciiiui;ijf un-
! eo.iuccicd wmi uie one picceuing, wiuio
, r original patrons nill be advniitnged ;
-'--"m ' -ui .1. iwm vuieiuuicii
, 1!o!tcr tor hinding 111 a eoiivcuient volunie,
thaii under tho old nrriingeinunt. Tho
I (istii)"iii3lim'r line betwetu the old nnd
new Seiies will bo iudiented nt the hend of
I the fir&t pago ot cvciy nuiuber; and ns no
j change is conteiuplatud iiithc siv.o or quul
' ity of tho work, no incoiiveiiience cau
resiilt to thosc who hnvo taken it from the
comincuccmciit ; white, 011 tho other haiid,
it prcscnts the fenturcs nf an cntircly now
ptibliciiti'jn to tlioto who niny date their
1 siibscription with tho how volunie.
j Under its improved urraugeiiieiit, tho
wholo editiou foronoyenr will eiubraee two
scnii annual voluaiep, eneh coiimining fbnr
hundrcd and sixteen pages of original nnd
sclected mntter such ns hus heietolbie been
prcsented to its readera, and whieh, it ia
hoped, has been of n eliaracter to mect the
full nii)iovnl of the literniy and general
tastes of the reading comuiunity. The,
iwo voiumcs wiit cominso eiglit Iiundicd
and thirly two pages, lilly two ot which
will be Music.
Tho nim of the I'ublishers is to prcsent
in a compact, ncnt, und portnblo furm, n
! literary nnd iiiiscellnncous juurnnl ndapteil
totlie iutellectual wants ol' their readers;
1 nnd from tho very flattoring buccoss that
1 has tlius far rcwarded their efforts, tlioy in
dulgc the hopc thut the New-Yorkcr will
dontiiiuo to receivo ihnt bharo of ptiblic
uvor wiiicn u nas ever ucen their i-ludv
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t nught regnrding thoir futuro intcmioiia,
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u shco which will 1
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To those who
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u wuu uny or 1110 periodicals
1 siniilnr ehnrnctcr.
liroiioso patronizinir the
work, promptitude in forwnrding their or-
dcrs is earnestly recoiiiiueiidcd, us from
prcscnt cppcarunces itisbelievcd that, largo
is the edition is which will be nriiitcd. btill
ap numerous ordcrs daily reccived lor it, '
I wiii quicKiy put it 0111 or tho powcr or tlio
will miickly put it out ol tho nower of llm
""u ui eouuuci inni uowri will govern tho
tiansaciion of businoss bctwccu tho pub-
iiMieio aim pniroiiH.
Tho Qunrto New-Yorker will he pub
lishcd every Snturday nfternoon on an
I'xtra-imperiiil sheet of tho finest quality,
compriMiig sixteen pages of three coliimns
each, nnd nflbrded to its pntrons iu citv und
conutry, nt THREE DOLLARS pcr nn
iiiiin, payable inllexibly in advnnce. Ordcrs
from u distnnce, unaecompanicd by u rc
mittance, will ncccsnarily rrinain unanswer
cd. Any perpon or persons sending $5
pcisitively Irco of postago or other churgcs
will receivo two conies for ono vrnr m- ,i
singlo eopy for two yenrs, nnd in thu snmo 1
liroporiiou lorn larger sum. I
mny dcsirc to tako tho folio ed
-r, , 1 - , , " '-""1'10 lor bindiug,
will be entitled to receivo hoih f'm- ftl .in
ndvance. Wu will chccrftilly preservo their
files of tho Qunrto for nny such who inay
desiro it. 11. GREELY & CO.
127 Nassau-st. Now-York.
THE subscribcr would iiiforin his old
cubtomers nnd tho public ihnt he has
rcmovctl Jiis Saddling Kstablislunent to n
new bmldmg erected near his ilwellin-'-hoiisc,
n lew rods west of the Bauk, where
ho Hitcnds to kecp as good nn ussortment
of work as nny other shopin tbo place, niid
will eeli ns chenp. Thoso wishiug fbr work
inhislmo of husincfc'H nre inviied befoio
thoy purchnse, to oull uiiil exnmine his
woil nnd prices. Ho nssiiien ilu.n. il,t
n'L"'0!!8 " !iia I,art slmU 1,0 wnuted, to
I'lensn thoso who pntronize him.
. Bn'1 assortiucnt of lIAKDWUtF
wis'h0;:, ":,d to r,,iiino,,
U VvTte'y ti or ptherwise.
ubovo business. ' 'M'l'renuco to lt,e
HF.NIfV ' 7, . Ilt.nr,
Montpelier, August 1, 163t;. t't
rpilREE PEWS on the lower floor ol
the JJrick Churcli.
rvr . . . - & J- WOOD.
Montpelier, Aujj. 10, 1330.
STATE OF VERMONT,
Washington County ss. 5
W11EREAS, John Spatding, ol Mont
pelier, in the County ol Washington
nlbresaid, liath exhibiled to me, Isaac F.
Redfield,oneo( the Assistnnt Judgesof the
Supreme Couit nnd Oouit of Chanccry in
thcStntcof Vermont, h!s bill ol coinplaint
vs. Wesley l'itkin, lale ol Mnrsldield in
said State but now cone to narts un-
known, John Carlton ol Tolland in tho .
Statu of Connecticut, Hawsel H. Keiih.
ind Ihomns Hced, Jr. ol Montpelier 111 said 1
ngton County, complaining therein
e said Wesley bcing indeblcd tovour
in the follmving demands. to'wit.
nnd Constaiit V. Slorrp, dated Novembcr
une nuiu iijuuu puvatiiu iu uunn nnaiuiuu
(!, 1833, for the sumol ninetcendollars and
Inrfir ntm minta fif tn lil. nn (lnmm.,1 tififti
inlerest annually; ono othei note dated
Deceuiber 29, 183-1, for the sum ol one hun
dred and twelve dollars and thirty llirce
cent3payable to Spalding, Storrs Co. on
demand with interest nnnually ; one other
note dated March 7,1835, for tliesumof
seventy six dollars and forty seven cents
j payabic to John Spalding nnd Constaiit W,
i Storrsnn dcmand with interestannualiyjont
other notedaleil JMarch 7,1835, lor the sum
of or.e b 1111 dred and three dollars nnd filtv
cents payable to Slephen Pitldn, the next
April with intcresl annually. The said
Wesley l'itkin in order to secure the nav-
meni 01 inc saiu note 011 ine in uay 01 iuarcti
tj&, being Biezeu and ossessed ol thelol
lowing tractor parcel of land with the ap
(,urienances Ivingin Marshfield anddescrib
e.l as lollows, to wit : One lot deeded to said
' WmW hv .Incnh M. fV..lia hu l.n.,l .Infml
Sejitember G, 1831 of part of lot No. two in
the fourth range, and alsoa part of No. one
inthcsixth tange, deeded tosaid Wesley by
stepnen rnkin, deed dated l'eliruary 2o,
ihjij alsoa part 01 lot Jo. three mtheMI
rangu (eedt.d to said Wesley bv Truman
; Pitkin in two deeds as lollows: One datcd
March 5, 1320, the other dated Scptember
ia, icM, togeiiier wmi the bmwings tnere
onstanding; also the clapboard and sliingh
machines, and all ol the tools and ainiurten
ancfs belonging to thesame, for thepurpose
ol rendering more ccrtain the navinentof
said notes, and as eollaleral security for tfie
same, cxecuted to the said John a morlgage
Mttti ui iue preinisfs aioresaio, conveying
tlii; nuuiu LU Jlllll, 1113 .tlKl USSIIIS Wllll
a condition thereto annexed, that the said
Wesley, his heirp, exeoutora or administra-
tors, bhall well nml trulv payorcauso to be
i.iiu iu uiu oi,iu jijiiii, his iienf, executors,
administratorsor assign?, all ol thealoresaid
uotef, then the same to have become null
and void, ottieiwise to have been in lti
loree and virtue. And vour oralnr liirilmr
rihows that the said Wesley was indeblcd to
uiic uunn iiiiruun m ceriam pronnssory
iwiu uiiiw t-n-iuuri o, jooi, ior uie sum ol
lour hundred dollars navable to ilii sn;,!
jonn, or oruer, in one ycar Irom date, with
inlerest annually, and altenvaids tlie said
ariion assigneu anu oruerea the amount
of said note to be paid toyour orator; and
your orator (uither shows that the said
wesley nlterwards, to wit. on the 21th
iNovcinuer lbJj, loi the purpose of render
ing more ceitain the payment of said note
and as collateral secuntv for the snmc. ixi.
cuted to the said JohnSpalding a deed ol niort.
gageoi ttie premises describedaloresaid.con
veying the same to him, his heira &assigns,
with a condition thereunto annexed, that
said Wesley, his heirs. executors or .nltnln.
istrators &hall well and truly pay or cause
iu ue paiu io me saiu jonn, n;s heirs, exec
tors, adininistratois or assiuns, all ol" the
a'oresaid note and interest, said deed to have
neconie voiu, otnerwise to have been in full
force and virtue. And the said John Spal
ding lurther complains to the said Court,
that said Wesley l'itkin hath wholly neg
lected to pay said notes, although they have
long since become due, and that by ineans
inereui, uie saiu )ienuses nave uecome
vested in the said John Siialdincr. And
your orator further shows that said Wcslev
li'itli fnfTtltnp,) t(t nml tt.itlt T.l... i...Un
ol Tolland 111 the state ol Connecticut, and
liawsel ll. Jv.eitn and Th
Rawse II. Keilh and Thomas Hep.l.ir
thereto annexed. And the said Itawsel R
Keith, al'ter the e.xecution ol said mortcrairo
deeds to the said Jolin Spalding, levied his
e.xecution, issueu on a )udgment rendercd
in his lavor in the namu of Thomas Reed
Jr. against said l'itkin, as his property, and
set oll the same in due foim of law." And
your orator further says that tho said
Thomas Reed, Jr. claims to hold said land
by virtue ol said levy and set ofl, as before
Btated. And whereas it appeara to said
Court that said Wesley l'itkin cnd the said
John Carlton are not withiu the rcach ol
process within thi-j State, but without, to
wit. at Tolland, alorcsaid. and that said
Wesley Piikin and John Carlton, cannot be
f, ,,,msamo served with Ihe ordinary process ol subiKc
Ihelcwwho na: WHEREFORE, the said Weslev
d.tioi. fr im- PiHdn and John Carlton are hereby notilie'd
to mako their personal appearance belore
the Suircme Court of thebtateol Vermont
on the Cth Tuesday, next alter the -1th
Tuesday ol January 1937, next to be holden
it Montoelier, within and lor the Oonntuol
Washington aforesaid, then and thertr to
answer lo said bill ol complnint, and to
r.tand and abide such order as shall be made
in the premises by said Court.
And it is hereby lurther ordered by me,
Ihesubsciibingaulliority, that so much ol
said bill ol cnmplaint as abovcset lorth, to
gether with this order, bo published in the
State Journal, published at .Montpelier,
three weeks successively, the last of which
to be at least six weckt before the sitling ol
Given under my hand nt Montnclii.r. in
the County ol Washington, this 21st
uay oi oepieniber, A. J). 1830.
ISAAC F. REDFIELD, Chuncellor.
Azr.r. Sr-Ai.niNu, Solicilor.
Anewcdition ol the Awlul Disclosures
ol Mnrinh Monk, of the Ilotel Dieu
Nunnery ol Montreal, revised, with an Ap
pendix, also, a suppletnent givint; more
jiauirulnra of the Nunnery and Grounds
illustrated by a plan ol the Nunnery. Just
received and foi sal,by
E. P. WALTON & SON.
ANTI-SLAVERY ALMANACS, for
1837, fur snlo at thb oificc.
HAS just reccived a large Jot of English
Caipeting ol various Pattcrns and
Also, Splendld CA11PET RUGS.
October a, 1830.
To all Hatters,
A" THE STATE OF NEW UJIMV-
snuiE JjYD VEimom
rrMIE Suhscribcrs hcreby givo notice iliat
I ihey have purchased ol Kichaid Pike,
ol Wilton, in the County ol Fairfield, nnd
ttsing and Ivending Ind I'atent Ulock, or
, u"i "i vwiiiit.-um.ui, iuu r.i-iusivu iii;iii
1 jMaclune lor coloring ar.d cooling hats, in
nnd tlirnimhnttt thlt Sfflfnl nt MIoYlnlilti
'shirc and Vermont, during the term of said
Tho Ulock or Machine is nn open C.ylin
der or framcd hat hlock made ol wooil or
metal. The cylinder is first made open,
and isa simplecylindcr Irame. It can be
bctter used by covering it with a thin cover
of wood ormelal perforated with numerous
holes in such a manner that tho air and the
coloring mnttercan pass freely through the
hat nnd block, either when 1I16 bat is
immcrsed orcxposed to tlio alr tobecooled.
jThe advantage of this framcd or open block
(nbove thesulid one is, that either with, or
wnnoui iue periorateu covering, the liquor
and aii pasnnorerapidly and freely through
the hat, so that the same iscooled and col
ored more thoroughly and quicker, in a
ucutrr niuiiiicr anu wnn iess expense than
enn ue uone on ine aouu blocks now used.
And the subscribers, from lontr exneri
ence in the nse ol said block or Macliine.
do most confidently recommend itasgreat
anuuseiui im)rovemenr. They will sell
thesame to companies or individuals on
very easonuble terms.
SANGER & WILLIAMS.
Claremont, Aug. 2lth, 183C. 54
WILLIAM T. BURNHAM, has pur
chasedtheShop atthe South end ol
the Arch Bridge, lately owned and occupied
by Joscph Freenian, where he will be readv
nt all thne to attend to anyoidersfor wor'k
III II IS IIIII-.
EDGED TOOLS, nnd all other kinds
of BlacksmithingjUt the shoitcst notice.
rendering his arknowledgments to ihe
public lot their very liberal patronage here
tolore, he will endeavor to meril,and hopes
ncreuy iu ensure a conimuanec ol the
WILLIAM T. BURNHAM.
Mny 21, 1936. tf
ALOT of NEW MUSIC for I'iano
Fortes; Flute Instructors, Clarionet do.
Violin ilo. ,lust reccived and lor sale hy
Aug, 20, 163G.
E. II. PRENTISS
AS just received an unusually full sup
ply of Medicine. consislinfT In nnrf nl
the articles mentioned below, all ol'wliich
will besold at a small advanre from cost .
' Gold Su nh
Sup. Sarb, Soda
Montpelier, Oct. 8, 1830.
TJMOTIIY MERRILL'S Eti
TATE. TIIE snbscribers having been appointed
by the honorable 1'rnh.ifn Cnnrt tnr
the District of VVashington, commissioners
to reeeive, examine. and admst all nlainm
und dcmands of nll persons against tho
euaie oi i imoiiiy merrill, late of Montpe
lier, in said distlict, deceased, represenled
insilvent,nnd the term of six months Irum
the tenth day ol Senlember. A. D. 1330.
ullotved by said Court lo tho crcditors ol
said deceased to exhibit nnd prove their re
snecve claims before usj Do give nolicc
tiiat ive will attend to the duties of our ap
pointment at the dwelling house ol widovv
Clara Meriill, in Monlelier, insaid dis
trirt on the 5th day ol December A. D.
193U,and on the 0th day ol Mnich, A. D.
1837, at ten o'clock forenoon on each ol said
GEO. WOUTHINGTON, )n ,
JAMES R. LANGDON, iCom
Sejitember 10, 1630.
A Biographieal Sketch ol the Lifu and
XjL Si'iviceuol Gen Wni. Henrv lliiiri-
son. togeiiier with his lelter to Siiuon lioli-
var, lor salo hy
U. I'. WALTON & SON.
To School Tcaclicrs nnd
YOUR nttention is a niomcntcalled toa
little Schhool Jlook entitled the
to a knowlcdge of tho Ucogrnnhy nnd his
toryol Vermont, by S. U. llali. Ithasal
icadv passed tlitoimh six larce cditions, and
is now oflered for sale by the publ'whcrF, j
with the belief that itia ono ol the bcstele-'i
mentary wniks ever put into the hands ol
children. Theprescntsystcm of putting a
child tostudy the Geographjj of the Il'orld,
before he can even boimd his oicn toicn or
county iscerlainly wrong. How many thcre
nrc who can answcr almost nny question
resjiecting Ihe Gcogrnphy ol the World and
aro yct unablelogive the boundaiies ol the
Countv 111 tvhich thfv l!vp. mniih Ipssnf the
scveral counliea in the State! and how many
have a a compcnd ol'Genetal llisiory, while
they rcmnm ignornnt ot the liistory 01
their native Slale I This book is intendi'd to
sujiply this defect in the cdiication of the
children ol Vermont. A child should first
btudy the Oeography and llistory ol his
oivn Stntcand then Bime elementary Geog
tanhyol the World: and next hemay take
a larger Geography.
Tho Journal of Education, one ol the
most deservedly celebiated literary publica
ions,8ays of this work "This is one of the
most judicious and practical books lor a pri
mary school, wo haveyet secn. The Geo:
graphical delails are well selected, and the
chapter on natural history will furnish much
food (br thought, and wi'll aid the early for
ination of good mental habits. The civil
history is sulficienlly copious lor the purpos
cs ol such a volume, and the account ol the
liardships of the caily settlers ia liighly in
structiveand entertaining. Books, such as
tliis, contain the true elementsof enlighten
ed patriotism, and possess a much higher
value than is apparent at first sight."
Zailock Thompaon, Jl. ,M. says " I am
much pleased with the 'Geoffrnphv and His
tory of Vermont,' by theRev. S. R.IIall,
which you lately put into my hands. It is a
work which 1 beheve nnght be niofilablv
introduced into nll tlm iwimnr lrUr.nU Al
Published and forSatcbv
E. P. WALTON & SON.
Montpelier, July 5, 1830.
rlIIEncxt rourse ol Lectures willcom
JL mence on Tuesday, Novcrr.ber the
first, and be continued under the lollowing
Practice ol Medicine, Na th'l Chapman.M .D.
Chemistry, Rohert Hare, "
Surgery, William Gibson, "
Anatomy, VVm. E. Horner, "
Institutesof Mcdic. Samuel Jarkson, "
Materia Medica, George B. Wood, "
Midwifeiy, Ilugh L. llodgo,
Lectures on Clenical Aleuicine and Sur
gery aredelivered at the l'ennsylvnniallos
pital, and at the PJiiladelph'ia Hosiiital.
The whole amount of lees is the same as
herctofore paid, notwithstntiding the aug
menlation in the number ol Prolcssorshins
and improvcment iu the course ol inatruc-
tion. w. li. IIUKNF.R. M. D..
Dean ol the Medical Faculty.
Aug. lb3G. tNovl
ESPECTFULLY informs his liiend.s
and the public that he has eiectcd al
large and commodious house ol Enlertair. -
ment upon thespot formerly occupied hy the
"Union llolel," on Maine stret. and thut
every thing is now in readiness for the re -
ception of the'weary traveller.' and sucl
othera, whelher weary or not, as may be
picascu to lavor nim witn tneir rompany.
Every refrcshment lor man and beastcon
stantly on hand.
Should any one be (Jisposed to doulit that
the ' Union House,' in point ol si.e, neat
ness, convenience and situation. is entitled
to a rank among the tery first hoiels nnd ,
public housrs in Vennnni (or N. En jlniid) !
hcisonly mviled to'CALL AND SEE. i
Mr Mann takes this opportunitv to ten-
der hisacknowledgments to hisold pations
anuirienus, ior pasi lavors, and torespect
lully solicit a continuancu ol their patron
age. iMonliielier Village, Aua-. 19, 1S30. tf
rinHE Subscriber would inlorm the pub
jL lic that he has made, duiing the past
senson, many addiiinns to hisestablishment,
nnd will coneequently be nlile to offer
npcommodations to a largei number than
usual during the nppronching session o the
Legislature. Tendering lo the jiubliu his
aeknowlodgniems lor the liberal paironage
here'iolnre reccived, theiefore solicits and
ill endeavor to merit a continuancu ol' ihe
same. The travellinj comraunity are invi
ted to call.
Gentlemen desirous of obtaining board
can be accommodated at the abiive.
Montpelier, Aug. 31, 193G.
AY'S Intuiry, Mrs Child's Appeal
Bourne's I'icturcol Slaverv. Phehison
Slavery,TlieFiuntain, Right und Wrong
in Ifos'ton, Rankin's LetterK, Lile o Wil
herlorce Prints Slave in Chains, Slavo
Mnrket, also, Channing on Slavery, for sale
ut the Montpelier llookstore, hv
E. P. n'ALTOjYl,- SO.Y.
N cxdellent urticle, also, Lucifer
Matches, for sale bv
E. P. WALTON & SON.
Aug. 10. 50.
"UST ADDED, Inklingaol Advcnturc
9 Tnh'B ol'our Neighborhood,
A Year iu Spain,
Elktutawa, or ihe Prophet of tho West,
I'mU und the Paii.ihinf.
Ternip, 0 cents u volume.
Arrirno assoslmcnt ol 1300TS and
I.adies' I'unips, K'd Cniter Boots, Slip
and CliilJten'.i Shoes and liootces.
Tea, S ugar, and Md
lasses. PLEASE cail and examinc 1-2 Ton of
PrimeBrown Sugar j Pepper, Spice,
nnd Ginger; and a laige supply ol GRO
CERIES, pxcepting liquors.
China Tea $ets,
of the most splendid stylesand pattcrns,
AUo a large aasortment of
Cvcckery nml Cilass Warc.
October !, 1830.
New Fall Goods !!
BALD WIN &. SCOTT
HAVE just recoived a rjcncrnl nssort
mcnt of GOGDS, auilablo for tho
senson, nmong which nro
Black, Blue, Brown, Green &. Drab
French & English Mercnos;
Ciroassians; Calicoes; Silksj Shawis;
Ilandkerchiefs; Camlcts; Sliir
tings; Shectings; Balting;
Cotton Yarn; Papcr Ilangings;
Looking-Glasses, &c. &c.
Together with a general assortment
of Groccrics, Crockcry, Ilardwarc,
Paints and Dyc.Stuftd, Iron, Glass,
Nails, Salt, Fisli, &c.
CC3-A1I of which will bo sold as chenp as
ca" "0 purchased iu thc County.
J: & b- nro wn,lt of n" kinds of
urain, isuuer, onecsc, i- laxseed, and Cnsli.
Villngcof Montpelier, ) r
Scpt. 21, 1830.
A Mare Chance;
ripHE subscriber will seil hij sltuation in
JL Middlesex Village, chenp and on liberal
terms containing about 1 3-1 acres of
excellent land, a gooddweHingriou.se, shcd,
, oarn anu snop, an acqueiluct ol good water
j &c. all jn good repair and ronvenicnt for a
i prolessinnal man or mechanic.
W. D. iMcI.NTVitE, Agent.
Middlesex village, Se)t. 20, 183G. 57
RlTFUS K. ESISiEK,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
AS just receiaed from New York,
supenor assortment ol
Blnck, Blue, Brown,
Black and Blue CASSIMERES :
Dlack Silk Velvet; Black, Biue and
Brown Cut VELVETS;
Black and Brown Fig'd SATIN:
( Blue and Brown Woolen Velvets;
lilaclc UAMLiKT ;
Gents. Ilorse skin GLOVES ;
Merino Sliirts, India Rubber Sus
penders. and a good assortment of
tocether with a cenernl asssortmi.nt -,r
MIL1TAR.Y TRIMMINRS -nll nf tfhinl.
! will besold cheap lor cash.
Montpelier, Scpt. 23, 1836. (57.Gw.)
1 T-ivif i Hftwno At fT1
AVE just reccived their agsortmcnt
which they arc selling on thc most
w,ir,,,i ; ,u r, r,i,.
. ;V an.tel.ln ?xcll"nSQ for poods,
I'lannel, n oolen 1 arn, and ioot-
October 6, 1836 !
JUST RECEIVED nnd for salo by
liAYLIES, STOllllS CO.
CUIARLES LYMAN has received tho
' largest lot ol Fall and Winter Goods
ho has ever oflered iu Montpelier, and ai
lower priccs than can bu bought in thb
Montpelier, Sept. 193G.
rfKFFER lor sale cheap for cash tr np-
vJ'provcd credil, r. eu :iici assortment nf
of the most sppioved colors. Also an exten
READY MADE CLOTIIING,
Ncck Siocks, Gloves, Fancy Ildlcfs.
Cnivals, Huir Brushcs,
Collnrs, Bosotns, &c.
Tho SPRING KASIIIONS nre
now icceived liom New V'ork, and gentle
men who want their gnrmcnts in the brst
Myleund warranted to (it, are ref.pecilully
invited to patrouio the New Jt,sti.blish
iii e nl.
N. H. Pnrticular attcnu'on paid to cut
ting lor others to innke.
Orders fromadistance gratclully rcccivcd,
andiiroinpily atiendi'd to.
Montpelier, xMay if, I8.10V
CAKH. SODA, for warh'ng. for by
E. II. PRENTISS.
Montpclior, Oct. S, 1E36.