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at the thought of the annexation of Texas. But
what could Texas do worse than Maryland is do
iag! Why, the rascality of Maryland and Vir
ginia cannot be added to, because it is infinitely
great. They enact villainy and cruelty, and pun
ish righteousness and mercy. And what have our
whig friends to say about it? Just nothing. They
are lamenting the defeat of Henry Clay, who com
promised slavery into Missouri, where three oth
ers of our fellow citizens are working out the pen
alty of a similar act of justice and mercy. They
have no tears for their countrymen in chains, nor
for the Toneys, Walkers, Works, and Thomp
sons, who would relieve them, but are full of lam
entations over the disappointment of the great
slaveholding statesman. Statesmanship! What
sort of a country have these statesmen, their Jack
sons. Van Burens. Clays, Websters, Tylers too,
made for us ? A country where a man's holiest
and noblest feelinss, if acted out, will bring him
to the penitentiary ! Aye, such a country have
the whis nurtv and the ilomocratic party, and their
darling statesmen made for us. They have long
chanters of lamentations to write. I hey may
hurrah Polk into tho White House on one sidt
they may set up Henry Clay in marble and in
Mount Vernon on the other;but we tell them their
occupation's gone. The time for such miserable
vassalage is drawing to a close. This question,
whether our republic is to be a nest of pirates,cod
ifying and living by the moials of Pandemonium,
is now coming up.
Sorry and sad are we that some noble friend of
liberty could not have stepped forward and given
bail for our persecuted friend, and found the way
to brinjr the question before the U. States Court.
But, as it is, we pledge the honesty and consciences
01 our country, to menu i orrey, uiiu slavery sunn
be demolished before a six years' sentence can be
worked out. We will come down to the peniten
tiary with two millions of votes it beins our pol
icy to try what virtue there is in grass, before us
ing the harder material. Let the slaveholders well
understand that we are not going to disolve the
Union, nor let them off in any such way. They
, must restore our heroic fellow citizens, and make
honorable reparation, before they can be allowed
to set up for themselves.
We are not warring with the people of the south.
The body of them are innocent in this matter.
They are themselves slaves the white as well as
the black. We are at war with only 250,000
slaveholders, who hold t lie whole country in bond
age. They are the Moloch jforcinir down our in
nocent Torreys and Walkers with their murder
ous jaws. Let them pursue the bloody occupation
n little longer, and see what becomes of their ein
jiire their boasted 'lion's share' of federal office.
I'hey will by and by, find at the North other sort
of men than the dough faces, who would comfort
them by buying estates and marble statutes. There
is a limit to the sycophancy of even our Grangers
and Vau Burens1, our Ewings and Websters and
there are striplings coming forward whose necks
never felt the yoke. lb.
Enlargement of the Freeman.
Our friends in different parts of the State have
expressed a desire, if possible, to have the Free
man enlarged at the close of the present volume.
W are now making arrangements to do this, but
the expense will be a number of hundred dollars,
as we shall be under the necessity of obtaining a
new press and type; and unless our friends fee'
more responsibility in the matter, are willing to
make some effort to send us an additional number
of subscribers, and to pay us what is now our due,
or may be soon, it will impose a heavy burden on
us. The interest of the cause demand a central
State Paper, and one that is larger than the Free
man now is. It is for the friends of the cause to
say whether it shall be done or not. Our appeal
is to every liberty man in the State. Some are
now taking papers published by the other parties,
but no liberty paper. Others send their funds out
of the State without feeling any responsibility to
support the press at home. Others still, feel too
poor to take any paper. We trust our friends will
remember that our cause is one in which all ought
to have a common interest, and let every one feel
his personal responsibility, and we shall have but
few orders to stop the Freeman at the close of the
year, and no liberty man will be unwilling- to take
at least one Liberty paper. If we enlarge the
Freeman, as we anticipate, it will be a little larg-J
er than any other paper in the Slate. Price of the
paper will be the same as now hut we must have
a larger list than we now have to go forward un
embarrassed and give our readers such a paper as
the wants and the increasing strength of the party
require. We throw the responsibility upon the
friends of the cause let them decide.
Let there be immediate action, for the 1st of
January is at hand, and several weeks will be ne
cessary to effect the arrangement.
I CH Velvets Silks Ribbons Flowers Tabs-
fee, Jut received by BAMwnr,ScoTT ft Co.
W KINDS Chewing Tobacco, cheap, it
9 Oct. 18. Storrs & Lansoons.
rTIHIS may certify that I have sold my Son,
Leonard Thayer his time, from and after this
date, and shall neither pay any debts of his con
tracting or claim his earnings.
Warren, Nov. 15, 1844. 47 3w
A letter from New Orleans, dated October, 29th,
says, " The crop of sugar is coming in. The cal
culation is, that it will reach 180,000 or 200,000
hogsheads. 1 he corn crop is good.
fTlHis day received by BALDWIN & SCOTT,
8 pieces Alpacca, (at our former low prices;)
Also: Rich Bonnett Ribbons.Stoves, Tabs, Flow
ers, Furs, Sulsbury flannel, Canton, do. do.
Cotton Goods cheap.
1 OO00,rd" 44 Coliola, tma 9 to 10 eent" pot
STORRS k LAN9DONS.
have given mv Son.
rpHIS may certify that I
Hiram Nelson, his time during the remainder
of his minority, and shall p;iy none of his debts or
claim any of his wages hereafter.
vv ateruury, nov. to, ion.
Ladies and Gentlemen!
1HAVE now in store one of the roait extensive stocks,
end the largeet variety of 3S-T)C T SOL GOODS,
of every description, to be found in New England.
MiilR from 25 cents to SO dollars!
The materials were parcha sed of the importers in New
York, early in the season, for CASH, and have, been
manufactured in the best manner, under my ow care.
Also A very extensive assortment of
of every style and quality.
The readers of this paper are respectfully invited to call.
ICJ" Wholesale Rooms 2d and 3d Stories, 173 Wash
ington street. WILLIAM M. SHUTE.
boston, Oct. 81. 46
WANTED, by STORRSQ- LANGDONS,
2000 yards of Flannel,
1000 yards of Frockine,
500 lbs ot Knitting Yarn.
FOR SALE BY S. P. REDFIELD,
BIINE Cut Smoking and Chewing and Plug Tobacco
. Lor ril lard's and Surrescrs Macaboy and Scotch Snuff.
Montpelier, 14th March, 1844. ' lltf
ANTI-SLA VER Y BOOKS and PAMPHLETS
of almost every description, just received at this of
fice, and for ssle at the wholesale prices. Call and see.
Orders from friends in different parts of the state will
immediately attended to. Oat. 8-.
Pure Winter Sperm OH.
GALLONS more of that very superior Lamp
OIL, just ree'd by Storks & La ngdohs.
DRUGS AMD MEDICINES,-
A FRESH SUPPLY
Montpelier, March 14, 1844.
8. P. REDFIELD.
MOURNING GOODS of every description, at
Oct. 1. 41 Baldwin, Scott, & Co's.
R. Holman's Nature's Grand Restorative, for
sale at this Office. A valuable medicine for bilhous
complaints, &c. Sic. Sec recommendations.
Result op a Joke. The N. Y. Organ states
that at Norwich, on the 8th inst. James Frost was
tried for tho murder of his four children three of
whom he dcsiioyed hy smashing their head with a
hammer, and the fourth, an infant, by putting its
bead in a jug' ul water.
The prisoner was acquitted on the ground of
insanity. It is stated that Frost was formerly in
temperate, but had for a long time been a sober
and exemplary man, and had been tricked into the
swallowing of a glass of liquor by his fellow work
men. The scaiidalousjote had the effect of pro
ducing the dreadful calamity which has been de
tailed above, and the poor fellow is now a perfect
maniac. Oh, ye tempters beware !
There are at this time upwards of 600 pnper
mills in the United States in full operation, with a
capital of $16,000,000, and giving maintainance to
upwards of 60,000 persons.
Boston Nov. 25.
There has been more demand for fleece and
pulled, and sales of both descriptions have been
made to the amount of 100,000 lbs, at prices rath
er below the average of our quoted rates. The
market is yet in an unsettled state. Moderate sales
of coarse foreign, without any important change
from recent prices.
Prime Saxony fleeces,
washed per lb.
American full blood washed,
do 3-4 do
do 1-2 do
do 1-4 &, coin, do
Smyrna sheep do
Beunos Ayres, unpicked,
do do picked,
Super. Northern pulled lamb,
No 1 do do do
2 do do do
S do do do
20 a 22
B A KERSFI ELD
r"pHE Winter Term will commence on Wednes-
day Dec. 4, and continue eleven weeks.
Lectures with experiments as usual.
Books are furnished at reduced prices by the
Board iucluding rooms, wood and washing from
$1,00 to $1,25.
Rooms for those wishing to board themselves
may be obtained.
Tuition per term from $3,00 to $4,00.
Ornamental branches $1,50.
J. S. SPALDING, A. B.,
F. V. Powers, Vt. University, Assistant.
Bakersfleld, Nov. 9, 1844. 47
F. C. UOBBIJVS,
ttototeij, tf) ciwiSeiLt at
A N Ointment and Powder, which together area
JTJLcertain cure for salt Kheum, for ssle by
March 14th lltf
S. P. REDF1ELB.
CITRON, Mace and English Currants for Cake, and
Extract of Lemon and Rose to season it with, for
sale by S. P. REDFIELD.
OARSE and FINE SALT for sale by
lltf S. P. REDFIELD.
TJEDFIFLD'S Pictoral Bible Sears' History
of the Bible Guide to Knowledge Bible Bi
ography Wonders of the World Bible Illustra
tions Bible Ouadruneds, &c.,t02etner witnan as
sortment of Church works, which will bo sold at a
Subscriptions received to the Columbian Maga
zine; the Rover, a weekly Magazine; Anglo Amer
ican and the New Worhl, Sic, by
I. H. STUART,
At the residence of the late Judce Buckley, in Ber
I'm. or bv J. A. Somebbt, at this Office FREE
YOU are hereby notified that
and the highest prices (as usual) are paid for all
kinds of SHIPPING FUU at the Drug store of Clark
& Collins where you will find a large assortment of Ki
He Powder, Shot of all sizes, & Percussion Caps.
Blontpelier, Nov. 12, 1844. 46
A letter from an American citizen residing at
Vera Cruz, to his friend in this city, says the Bal
timore American, has the following statement:
Vera Cruz, 20th October.
Things look very gloomy in the political hori
zon of this country. Some harsh correspondence
is going on between the American tmimster and
this government in relation to Texas; aiso, be
tween aanta Anna nnil ttie Uongress, vvtncn it is
thought will be put down, and cause himself to be
invested with dictatorial power. Some great e
vent is not far off.
Later. The schooner Creole arrived at New
Orleans on the 4th inst. from Vera Cruz, which
port she left on the 22d ultimo. She brought over,
says the Picayune, a large number of passengers
the greater portion of which are the late Perote
prisoners. Three senmen came in the Creole,
saved from the ship Elizabeth, from Liverpool to
New Orleans, wrecked off the south coas' of Cu
For the information of their friends, we give the
names of those who have been left behind in Mex
D F Barney, Daniel Davis, Charles McLaugh
Iin, Wm Winne, T Parker jr. Wm M Sheppard
Win H Moore, James Wilson, Wm Atwood, A
Masters, I D Walthey, left sick in Puebla.
The Bulletin says: " By this arrival we learn
that a very large amount of ammunition has been
already received at Vera Cruz, principally from
England, preparatory to an invasion of Texas.
The army destined for the same purpose, was
slowly increased by forced recruits. Two new
vessels of war, it is also stated, are building
England for the Mexican navy. It was not believ
ed, however, that any demonstration would be
mane until spring. Santa Anna had a triumphal
progress with his bride, from the capital to his
nacienda, near Vera Cruz." Tribune.
The latest news from Texas is to the 26th ult.
The only matter of consequence that we notice in
the papers, is the statement that a treaty of peace
and amity had been concluded between the Texan
Government, and all the frontier tribes of Indians.
This will be very important to the Texans, in
case the threatened invasion by Mexico takes
place. There seems, however, to be greut doubt
whether this invasion is to happen, at least, during
the present year. A gentleman of integrity in
Gal vet ton has received a letter from a highly re
spectable source in Mexico, which states that there
will be no invasion of Texas this year, and that
the citizens of Texas can depend upon what he
says to be true.
The crops are represented as very abundant
throughout Texas; and we notice the usual preva
lence of murder and scenes of violence.
Sandwich Islands. By three vessels which
arrived in the Columbia in May last from Hono
lulu, accounts were received of great Rcioicinz in
the island consequent upon the acknowledgment of
. i : : i i i . i it-!. i c . i
meir iiiiiejmiuciu;o ny wc uuueu Dimes aim me
Mr. Record, a young lawyer from N. Y. city,
who accompanied tho Oregon emigration of 1843,
and passed onward to the islands, had been ap
pointed Attorney General of the Sandwich Islands
' by King Tainmeamah.
The other confidential officers of the Kino are
also Americans, as well as the most enterprising
planters ana niercnants ot mat nourishing little
The next Convention of the Lamoile County
Musical Society will be holden at Wolcott on
Thursday the 12th day of Dec. next, commencinz
at 9 o'clock, A. M.
All lovers of Sacred Music are earnestly renuest-
ed to attend, whether residents of the Couuty or
Several distinguished instructors of the science
are expected to be present.
It is expected thut entertainment will lie nrovid-
ed for all who may attend.
By order of the last Convention,
S. M. PENNOCK.
Secretary of the late Committee.
The friends of Temperance of all political par
ties, and especially tho members of the Orleans
County 1 emperance society are requested to meet
in Convention at the Court House in Irasburgh on
the bth day ot December next, at ten o'clock A.
M., for the purpose of making a nomination of
1 emperance candidates lor License Commission
ers. Let the friends of Temperance Turn Out
and make a nomination of men of character, and
if the friends of Alcohol are desirous of convng
out, let them meet the question fairly and abide
H. HASTINGS, Secretary.
Troy, Nov. 22, 1844.
Jesse Cooper, Adm'r"!
of Thomas Wiggins,
Amos C. Robinson &.
IRON & STEEL!-
ONSISTING of BAND, from 1 to 6 inches,
ENGLISH HOOPING, 5-8, 3-4, 7-8, 1,1 1-8, 1 1-4.
ENG. and AM. ROUND IRON, from 3-16 to 3 1-2 la,
do SQ.UAKE, do do
OLD and NEW SABLE,
SWEEDS. JACK. SCROLL. HAME and DRAFT
IRON, of all sizes,
A MLR. and RUSSIA SHOE SHAPES,
Old Sable Nail Rods, Crobahs, Sliioh-shi.
Eng. ai d Amer. Blister Steel,
Round and Square Cast-steel, (Sanderson's bsst,)
Toe Cork do
Spring, do, eto.
We are weekly receiving additions to our stoek whistv
we offer at extremely low prices.
Purchasers will do well to give us a call.
41 BALDWIN & SCOTK
riMIAT NO MAN OflJVor WILL sell any description
ot urv i&jm- n-aBa m jbvi,
in this county at less prices than at the Old Cheap store,
41 bv Baldwin, Scott & Co.
ARRER'S Congh Syrnp, one of the best med
icines for a congh, cold , or any disease of the lungs,
le by S. P. REDFTELD.
Monday, Nov. 25.
Prices about as last week supply small.
Receipts lor (he Freeman,
not previously acknowledged.
G A Thornton, D Bagley, R S Currier, S B
Goff, P Bliss, J Spaulding, 1,50 each; T Dudley
75c; W Seaver 25c; J Scott 30c.
J Smith l.oo.
S Wilcox, A Norton, C E Nelson, 0,00 each; E
Winslow, $1,08; C E Hewes C Matteson,L Slye,
L Bottom, T Hutchinson, F C Robbins,R Fletcher,
F Dyer, D Roberts, R Paige, R R Thrall, R V
Marsh, R L Fuller, S Jewett, $1,50 each; P E
Ball, O IN Bostwick, 75 c. each; U Wakefield, J
W Harris, $11,75 each.
In Royalton, 11th inst., F.rastus P. Williams.
aged 85. We trust he 'died in the Lord,' and is
In Vergcnnes, 10th inst., Sophia Shipherd Lea-
vitt, oniy uaughtcr ot Key. 11. t . Leavitt, aged 20.
In Southboro', F. P. Laton. of Bradford. Vt..
In Monkton, Mary E., only daughter of Chester
jjoot, agcu iy.
In Berlin, Volnev Butterfield. need 17.
Near Pass Christian, Miss., Edward Mortimer
uraunury, ot Woodstock, Vt., aged 17.
In Norwich, Rev. Samuel Goddard, aged 72.
L,ut. Sweeds steel, suitable for
Sleitrh Shoes: Alan H( nnim Plntnrl
eu . . .2,. '.. . . "
ouoes, iroin ist to ou IDs., selling low by
BALDWIN, SCOTT, CO.
Pay We Must Have.
C TORRS Q-LANGD ONSgive notice that all de-
mands due them, of over one years standing,
will be put in collection on the 1st of January
next, if not paid previous to that time Special
Nov. 25, 1844.
Vacation after June Term.
(A. D. 1 844- Pl'ff. pro. fee.
Whereas, Jesse Cooper,
Administrator of Thomas
Wiffsins, late of Barton, deceased, at the June
Term of Orleans County Court of Chancerv afore
said, tiled his bill ot complaint against Reuben
iggms, Amos j. iiooinson, anj Horace fierce,
of Barton aforesaid, stating ffcat on the 29th
nay ot uecemoer, a. u. loaa, me said Keuner
WWms executed and delivered to the said Thorn
as Wiggins, intestate, his deed of bareain and sale
signed with his hand and sealed with his seal, da
ted thedav and vear last aforesaid, ilulv ncknowl-
edged anil recorded, and in and by the said deed,
the said Reuben did give, grant, bargain, sell, al
ien, enfeoff, convey and confirm unto the said
Thomas Wiggins, his heirs and assigns, the fol
lowing described piece or parcel of land situate,
lying and being in Barton uforcsnid, and described
as tollows, viz: a part ot Lot INo. U, in the 3d
Range, beginning at the southwesterly corner of
said lot, thence running easterly on the lot line
until it comes to Roaring or Grovers' Brook, thence
down the Brook on the bank until it comes to the
River, thence down the river on the westerly bank
until it comes to the westerly line of said lot near
the northwesterly corner of said lot, thence to
the first mentioned bound supposed to contain
fifty acres, being the same land conveyed by the
said Thomas to said Reuben by deed dated the
day and year last aforesaidto have and to hold
the said granted premises with all the privileges
and appurtenances to him tho said Thomas, his
heirs and assigns forever: which said deed had a
condition thereunto annexed, that if the said Reu
ben should at all times provide (or, maintain and
support, in sickness and in health, in all things the
naid 1 bomas and Nancy Wiggins, his wife, father
and mother of the said Reubeiuluring their natural
fives, in such manner as would be most for their
ease and comfort, then said deed to be void, oth
erwise of force to convey the premises. And fur
ther stating that the said Reuben afterwards, on
the 14th day of Nov. 1840, by bis deed of mort-J
gage duly executed according to law, did convey!
to Amos C. Robinson of said Burton, the aforesaid
premises to secure the payment of the sum of
f427,00, and that on the 13th of! December 1842,
the said Reuben by his deed of Mortgage in due
form of law, did convey said premises to Horace
Pierce of Barton aforesaid, to secure the payment
of $177,92, to Harry Baxter, and to indemnify
said Peirce for signing said note ffith said Wig
gins, and that said premise yrn ot the time of
the aforesaid mortgage, to the said Thomas, of
the value of $800,00, and that nothing was ever
said by said Reuben to said Thomas for said
premises, except the undertaking to maintain and
support tho said Thomas and Nancy his wife, and
that the defts., and each and all of them have ev
er and still do, neglect and refuse to provide for
the. said Thomas, and Nancy or the said Nancy,
since said Thomas' decease, any support whatev
er, and praying a decree of said court that the
defts. pay for such support as has been otherwise
provided for the said 1 nomas and Nancy, and for
a sufficient sum for the said Nancy's further sup
port, and on failure for a foreclosure of the right
in equity of defts. to reclaim said premises and for
The said Bill of Complaint was entered at the
June Term of Orleans County Court of Chancery,
1344, and continued for the answers of the said
Robinson and Pierce, and it (not) appearing that
said Reuben had been personally notified of the
pendency of said bill, and thohe was out of the
State, It is therefore ordered by said Court, that
the said Reuben Wiggins be notified of the pen
dency of said bill by publishing the substance there
of, and a copy of this order, three weeks success
ively in the Green Mountain Freeman, a newspa
per printed at Montpelier, tha last of which pub
lications to be at least twenty days before the next
stated Term of said Court, to be holden at Iras
burgh, on the Fourth Tuesday of December, A.
D. 1844, which shall be deemed sufficient notice
to tho said Reuben Wiggins to appear at said
Court and answer to said bill of complaint.
Dated at Irasburgh aforesaid, this flth day of
November, A. D. 1844. n. uus, uierfc
Corner of Main and State Sts.,
CONTINUE3 to perform the various operations in
DENTAL surgery, necessary for the preseivation
nd health of the Teeth and Gums, AUo superior IN
DESTRUCTIBLE teeth inserted, from one to a full set,
bv engrafting on the fangs of decayed teeth, or on Gold
Plate, as the case may require.
Particular attention given to the prevention and remedy
foi irregularity of teeth in Children and Youth, which is
often the cause of premature decay and loss of the Teeth,
Montpelier, September 12, 1844.
Furniture Ware House.
By A. W. Caldwell,
Sofas, Secretaries, Dress and Com
mon Bureaus, Centre Tables, Book Cases,
and a general assortment of other FURNITURE, manu
factured and sold at a large discount from former prices.
A. W. CALDWELL,
October 1, 1844. 40.
J AID for Hatting and Shipping Fare, by Wm. T.
Mon tpelier, Nov. 5, 1844,
Sheep's Pelts !
g-i ENTLEMEN call with your PELTS, at Burnham's
TJC Hat Store and receive the Cash and the highest
Montpelier, Nov. 5, 1844. 45 3m
JtV IVTJ.f.V A III JVC,
AVE great pleasure in giving notice to oar fiieids lit
this vicinity, Lamoille, and other sestiou 4 UM
State, that we have received
5 bales SHEETING, at 6 1-4 per yard.
5 do do 8 do
10 do do 9, heariest and best In atari
20 Ps BROAD CLOTHS, from $1,75 to 4,60 pel yas
100 Ps PRINTS, from 6 1-4 to 1 s.
50 Ps ALPACCAS, from 2s to 75 els.
10PsZENO8IA,3s to 5s.
2 Ps CASS1MERES, 6s to 9s.
100 SHAWLS, French styles, from $2 to fc
50 do., winter liLOVliS.
100 UMBRELLAS, from 67c to'1,50.
20 Ps heavy PILOT CLOTHS.
In fact, we have all kinds of CT 4ECB4X3
that one can ask for to keep off the cold and pelting statist
io rolls CARPETING, having been appointed agaatsto
selling Carpeting, we can furnish at Boston priaas.
20 Kidderminster and Lowell KUCiS.
3 Ps beautiful FLOOR CLOTHS.
3 Pa COTTON CARPETING.
2 ps STAIR CARPETING.
20 do. Fur and Fur trimmed CAPS.
10 bales BUFFALO ROBES.
One of the most beautiful'assortmenli of
from New York, ever offered in this market, as 4 at sass.
HARD WARE, of every description for family
5 cases Thick Boots, be?', articles, 2,29.
3 cases Calcutta Boots, 2,50.
100 prs India Rubbers.
50 do do Fur lined.
30 prs Misses Rubbers.
It would be impossible for us to enumerst the many at
tides which we have for sale but will giva tie thai
we shall have this week
3 tons Portorico Sugars,
1000 lbs Loaf do.
5 boxes Havana Sugars,
10 bags Coffee,
10 thesis Tea,
50 bags Pepper and Splee,
5 hds Molasses,
1 ton Saleratus,
10 bbl Rock Salt;
Which will he sold at Boston cost, with the freight
added no mistake! We have pursued the Cask sys
tem the last three years, and we find it gives much bit
ter satisfaction, as goods come so low all must besalisdse
.Montpelier, Oct. 1, 1844. 40
JaSPERM OIL. Best Bleached Winter Strained.
Sperm Oil, for sale by
CLARK & COLLINS.
Montpelier, October 30, 1844.
BROnYS FIT DfSOPS!
IF you have Fits, Gravel, or any disease of the Kid
neys, Worms, Bowel complaint, or any Nervous dis
ease, buy a bottle of Brown's Fit Drops, and you
will find immediate relief and permanent cure. They
are also an excellent external application for Bruisea,
cuta, rpra ns, burns, &c. , also an effectual cure for Piles
Although his medicine has been known and need by some
few in thiscountry for nearly a century, owing to a want
of exertion or the part of the several proprietors during
the time, it has not had that general circulation and esti
mation which so valuable an article desrrves, and will
command, whenever it is fairly tested. In order to induce
people to try this remedy for Fits, and the other above
named diseases, we annex a few of the many certificates
which we have of the efficacy of the medicine.
I Jiava u?ed the above Fit Drops in many of the above
diseases, snd I hereby certify that I have seen msny very
happy effects from their use. I am happy to be able to
recommend them to any one afflicted with any of the a
bove named diseases, and in particular Fits, in which
they act like a charm. E. Brewster, M. D.
Craftsbury, Sept. 26, 1844.
I hereby certify that for the first part of my life np to
1832, (a period of nearly 30 years,) I wss afflicted with
Fits, at which time I procuied of Miss Brown, (the pres
ent proprietress) one bottle of Brown's Drops, which I u
sed accoiding to the directions, and have had no fits since.
Burnet, Oct. 19, 1842. Wm. S. Brock.
We hava used Brown's Drops for four years, for Grav
el and Fits, and alao for sprains, bums and braises, and
galled and corked horses, snd w hava found it a sure re
medy, and recommend It to rthers.
Craftsbury, Vt. Or linda Carts R.
CJP" Sold, wholesale and retail, by the Proprietress,
Craftsbury, Vt., and by her general agent, S. P. Uedfield,
Montpelier, Vt.; also by Pk Jt Spesr, Burlington; Dr.
Brewster, CrafUbury; E C Brown, Joha Mai'.in, fc Isaac
N. Li. All genuine Fit Drops n ill h signed bv Mary
Brown in her own hand writing. 47 IN
STATE OF VERMONT, ) A T
District of Randolph, ss. Court
at Randolph in &forsd District.on the 19th day of
T rtsj n tl v . t r t
rvov. 1044. rresent, nan. L,evi u. Vilas, Judge,
Win. H. Harrison Poller, Executor of the last
Will and Testament of Benjamin Portfr, late jof
Randolph, in said District decenseed, testate,
makes application to this court, for license to sell
all the Real Estate of which said deceased died
seized Rtid possessed within this State, and repre
sents thut the same is necessary for the payment
of debts and Legacies against said Estate: And it
is ordered that said application be referred to a
Probate Court to be holden at the Inn of Calvin
Blodgett, in Chelsea, in said District, on the third
Wednesday in December next, and that notice
thereof be given to all concerned in said Estate by;
publication of this order three weeks successive
ly in the Green Mountain Freemen, printed at
Montpelier as soon ns may be, that they may ap
pear at said time and place, if they see cause and
object to the same.
By order of Court,
PHILANDER PERRIN, Register.
STATE OF VERMONT, ? A T a Probate
District of Randolph, ss. Court holden
at Randolph, in and for said District, on the 19th
day of November, A. D. 1844, present Hon. Le-,
viB. Vilas, Judge Elisabeth Yocko, Guardian
for Charles E. Young and Andre w A. Younjr, mi
nor heirs of Alexander Young, late of Randolph,
in said District, deceased, makes application for
license to sell all the Real 'state of her said
wards, and represents that the same will be bene
ficial to her said wards, anil it is ordered by th
Court, that said application be referred to a Pro
bate Court to be holden at the Inn of Calvin Blod
sett, in Chelsea, in said District, on the third
Wednesday in December next, and that notice
thereof be given to all concerned by publication of
this, order three weeks successively, in tho
Green Mountain Freemen, printed at Mont
pelier, in this State, as soon as may he; that they
inny appear at said time and place, if they sea.
cause and object thereto.
ry orner oi tne v-ourr,
PHILANDER PERRIN, Rf&i?.