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Mr. Polk upon the party in 6tead of Van Buron,or
Of subserviency to the dictation of Southern over
seers, more contemptible, and heart sickening then
was manifested by the Northern members. The
South feu red that their strength was not sufficient
to rule the convention though they weropcrmitted
to have more than forty members in the conven
tion to represent the slaves, unless by some strata
gem they could make fools of the northern mem
bers and get the power into their own hands. This
they accomplished by adopting a rule, never heard
of in similar conventions before, that the candid
ate should receive two thirds of the votes of the
members present in order to obtain the nomina
tion. This undemocratic rule was adopted by the
help of the Northern members, lor no other rea
son but to please the slaveholders. How was it
With the delegation from this state? One of them
since his return has had honesty enough to tell the
facts as they were. lie said it was fuund that the
Southern members wore determined to ride or ru
in the party, and the North or South must bow.
A meeting of the delegates from this state was call
ed, and this, member allinns that they concluded to
cast three votes for- and three against the rule,
and thus have their votes in fact count nothing.
What was the result of all this political maneu
vering? At the first ballot Van Buren received
one hundred and forty-six votes, whilst one hun
dred and seventeen were cast for oilier candidates.
After eight ballotingi similar to tlio first, the free
states all gave buck, abandoned their favorite can
didate, because he was not sound enough on the
Texas'question to please the Suuth, u n I i-otcii for
a slaveholder, whoso only chiimt i democracy was,
that he hud jilo'lged liiinsi'lf to go for immediate
annexation and for the perpetuity of slavery, and
being the most fit exponent of the principle! of the
party, he was nominated by that convention, and
has just been elected as a Democratic President.
Here we have bypocricy incarnate; one moment
professing common brotherhood equal rights
opposition to monopolies man before properly
and the next moment voting for a man who
in the bodies and souls of bis own brethren, and
perhaps his own children, and can boast of being
as great an aristocrat and tyrant as ourcourtry af.
fords. Is this real democracy ? Let honest men
understand this fttibject fairly, and we have no
doubt but that the will answer this question right
by their conduct at the ballot box.
over 500 miles) and the repeal or modification of
the franking privilege.
On Wednesday, the motion of Mr. Adams res
cinding the 25ih Rnle, was carried by a decisive
majority Yeas 108, Noes 80. The entire New
England delegation, except Messrs. Burke, Mor
ris and Reding, of New Hampshire, went against
the Rule. Against the rule, 48 Northern and 5
southern whins and 55 northern democrats; in fa
vor of it, 48 Southern and 16 Northern democrats,
and 16 Southern whig.
On Thursday both Houses ndourncd over to
The Caledonian arrived at Boston on Saturday,
with Liverpool dates to Nov. 19.
In England tliei e is a movement of some ear
nestness in favor of abolishing the duty on raw
cotton, which now yields a revenue of 4,000,000
sterling. Free trade in the raw material is repre
sented as necessary to a successful competition
with American manufactures in South America,
"Mr. Ciishing has publicly announced the con
clusion of a favorable commercial Treaty with
China, and is expected homo from his successful
mission every day.
In Spain the new Constitution was still under
debate in the Cortez.
Selling a Wife. A man sold his wife, on
mondav last, in Bant'or. for the naltrv sum of ten
dollars- The. lady has higly respectable connex
ions, and leaves' in the care of her late lord
two interesting children. The understanding be
tween the parties was of the most amicable char
acter. How look the laws of God and men upon
such a beastly bargain.
By the ofliuial returns, the vote of Indiana stands
The Liberty vote last year was 1684; Liberty
gain, 422 o r 20 per cent.
Hord Drinker. "I understand," said a deacon
deals ' 10 n's neighbour, "that you are becoming a hard
drinker. ' "1 hat's a slander," said the neighbor,
"lor no man drinks easier."
Here is another witness to the manner in which
oui vote effect the slave-holders. Bead it, ye
who would have the Liberty party desert its prin
ciples? From the Dcmocra'ic Freeman.
Interesting Letter from Kcntuck)
'Josmk's Couneks, Madison Co
November 18, 1844.
Friend Tucker: For the edification of some of
our pro-slavery f'cu.'ntls vh- now anil then attempt
to justify the "peculiar in-titutions" of the sunny
South, and for the encouragement of our Liberty
party voters, I send you the following extract from
an old friend of mine in Louisville, Ky. (where I
'formerly resided) for insertion in the Freeman. I
have been acquainted with the writer for a num
ber of years, and know him to be a man of honor
.and gooil standing. & hat lie says on the follow-
, ing, or any other subject, can Le depended upon
Being a member of the Common Council of Louis
ville, and having filled other important stations in
the city, he has abundant opportunities for learn
ing the sentiments of the citizens of that place on
all subjects of a public nature. I am quite sorry
this letter did not reach me before election, as it
might have done us some good in our late contest
but better late than never, it will do our cause
no harm now.
Louisville, Kv. Oct. 28, 1844.
Friend Touscy: Thanks for your long and in
teresting letter intercstm" in more ways than
ne, as vou will presently perceive. I have also
received two or three Liberty papers, which are
very welcome. And first, I am truly glad that
you are a "Liberty Man;" if I was in a free state
I should be one myself. I have been a constant
reader of the Cincinnati Philanthropist for six
years; I am now in this city as a strong anti-slavery
man, and I never keepljack my sentiments on
that subject. There is n great deal of anti-slavery
sentiment in this city, much more than you
would suppose. 1 know the real sentiments of
most of our leading men, and I believe next year
a decided step will be taken to amend the Consti
tution of Kentucky, with a view to the extirpation
of slavery; it is ruining us as a people, impover
ishing as a state, and poisoning our public and
private morals, and I hope to see it destroyed even
in Kentucky. About six months since I wrote to
C. M. Clay, at Lexington, suggesting a plan of op
erations to bo (foinmeiiceil immediately after the
Presidential cletions, on the part of the anti-slavery
friends in various paits of the State. He coin
cided with me, and a plan is matured and the ball
will be put in motion this year. More of this here
after. I am very sorry that C. M. Clay has taken the
part he has in the Presidential contest; J-think it
will tend to weaken his efforts in Kentucky and
elsewhere in the slave states. 1 do most sincerely
hope you Liberty men in New York, will stand
firm a great deal depends on your firmness, more
perhaps than you imagine. When the Liberty
vote of New York and Ohio reached Kentucky last
year, it put the slaveholder! ntt ntiack they began
to seo that you nrc in earnest; that hereafter you
would control the elections, and in view of these
facts, began to speak of the Abolitionists with more
J wish I could say a word to every Liberty man
in the Union; that word should be persevere,
don't falter now stand firm to your principles &
you will command the respect of the slaveholders,
and merit the appiobation of Heaven. E. N.
At a meriting of the friends of Temperance held
at Chelsea on the 28th of November for the pur
pose of nominating Conimisioners for Orange
County, under the new License Law.
Harry Hale 'was nppointcd Chairman, E. C.
Levi labor, of lopshaui, N. laplin, jr., of
Corinth, Phineas Walker, of Strafford, Samuel
Worthy of Washington, E. C. Redington, of Chel
sea, were appointed a committee to report the
names ol three persons as candidates for the office
of Commissioners. The committee reported the
ASA LOW, of Bradford,
JAS. F. GEORGE, of Topsham,
HARRY HALE, of Chelsea;
Which report was accepted and unanimously
Jason Steel, Lemuel Bacon, and E. C. Reding
ton were nppointcd a committee to inform the gen
tlemen of their nomination and to fill any vacancy
that may occur.
Voted that the proceedings of this meeting be
sunt to the publishers of the Patriot, Watchman,
Freeman, Universalis! Watchman, and Protector,
with a request to publish the same. The Con
vention adjourned to meet on Wednesday the 1 8th
of December, at 11 o'clock, A. M., at the Congre
gational meeting house in Chelsea.
HARRY HALE, Chairman.
E. C. Redington, Scerelary.
In this town, on the 5th inst., by the Rev. Mr.
Templeton, Harry Dwinnell of Johnson, to Miss
ilhodu Ann fisher or tins town.
In Waterville, 21st ult.,' Mrs. Lydia Lownter,
aged 64 years Printers in Mass., N. II. and Ohio
are requested, Sec.
EScccipls lor he Fi ceinaii,
NOT PBEVIOUSLY ACKNOWLEDGED.
E Ashly, J Swnsev, W L Thomas. G Wilkins.
J B Robinson, L II Hode. C Goodenouh. A
Beechcr, P Palmer, J Wriirht. J W Perlv. 1.50
each; C Warrington, D T Clay, $2 each; N A
uearnnrn, uv Calkins, 75c. each; J S Thompson,
"i J cwuiiow, jj ionium, 0.
Ladies and Gentlemen!
5 HAVE now in store one of tlie most extensive stocks,
and the largest variety of 3SUM2JS. GOODS,
of every description, to be found in New England.
IVIiiflr from 25 cents to 50 dollars!
The materials were purchased of the importers in New
York, early in the season, for CASH, and have been
manufactured in the best manner, under my own eye.
Also A very extensive assortment of
of every slvle and quality.
The readers of this paper are respeetinlly invited to call.
ICPVYholesale Rooms 2d and 3d Stories, 173 Wash
ington street. WILLIAM M. SIIUTJi.
lioston, Oct. 31 46
Monday, Dec. 9.
At Market, 820 Beef Cattle, 18 yokes workincr
oxen, 26 cows and calves, 1700 sheep, and 1500
Prices. Beef cattle extra. S5: first nualilv.4.-
50 n 4,75; second do. 4 a 4,25; third do. 3,50.
Working oxen Sales noticed at $72, $78,50, a
Cows and calves $22, $27, 29, $31, and one
extra Cow at $46,50.
Sheep and lambs, dull.
Swine brisk. Lots at wholesale, a a 4 for
sows and barrow. At retail, 4e for sows and 5c
a 5 1-2 tor barrows.
N. B. Beef cattle generally verv noor. but all
sold at the above prices.
VEOA'TPttTilEtfl SASH, BLIND
mmwrm I Oft Ii
rpiiE above manufactory is now in complete op
oration, in the building between the Arch
Bridge and Spraguo's Machine Shop, where a first
rate article of SASH, BLINDS DOORS, will
be kept constantly on hand, manufactured from the
best materials and sold at the lowest posssible pric
es for caih or Approvid Credit.
The avantages the proprietor possesses will en
able him to furnish Cornice Window and Door
frames advantageously, to those wishing to build
or repair their dwellings.
I. U. STUART.
Montpelier, Dec. 13, 1844. 8m.
WANTED, by STORRS Sr LANGDONS,
2000 yards of Flannel,
1000 yards of F rocking,
500 lbs of Knitt'ui" Yarn.
4 NTT-SLAVERY BOOKS and PAMPHLETS
of almost every description, just recaiTed at thil of
fice, and for sale at the wholesale prices. Call and ee
Orders fiom friends in different part of th itata will b
immediately attended to. 0l. 8.
Pure Winter Sperm Oil.
GALLONS more of that very superior Ii!B
OIL, just ree'd by Istorbs JlLanqdojh,
A FRESII SITVLV
Montpelier, March 14, 1S44.
S. P. REDMttJX
FOR SAT,!-, BY S. P. UEDFIELD,
SIINC Cut Smoking and Chewing and Plug Tobacco
. Lorrill.ird's and Snrrosers Macaboy and Scotch Snuff.
Montpelier, 14th March, 1844. lltf
K. Holman's Nature's Grand Restorative., for
sale at this Oifico. A valuable medicino for bilbous
complaints, &c. &c. Sec recommendations.
N Ointment and l'owdcr, " Inch together area
certain cure for Salt Rhciim, for sale bv
March 14th lltf . S. P. REDF1ELD.
CITRON, Mace and English Currants lor Cake, and
Extract of Lemon and Hose to season it vvilh, for
sale bv S. P. REDFIELI).
OARSJ-; and FINE SALT for sale by
lltf S. P. REDFIELD.
Baylor & o's Cast StecS,
Constantly on band and for sale at a small ad-
vaucc by BALDWIN, SCOTT Sr CO.
BOR GLASS of anv size or quality, call on
BA L WIN, SCO T T C O.
jail and ftlass,
T tlie lowest market prices, by Baldwin, Scott &
TJEDFIFLD'S Pictoral Bible Sears' History
of the Bible Guide to Knowledge Bible Bi
ography Wonders of the World Bible Illustra
tionsBible Quadrupeds, &,c, together with an as
sortment of Church works, which will be sold at a
Subscriptions received to the Columbian Maga
zine; the Rover, a weekly Magazine; Anglo Amer
ican and the New World, &c, by
At tho residence, of the late Judge Buckley, in Ber
lin, or by J. A. Some rb y, at this Olficc FREE
PLEASE OBSEK VE,
WHAT NO MAN CAN or WILL sell any desciiplion
in this county at less prices than at the Old Cheap stoic,
41 bv liALDWIN, fcCOTT & L.O.
ARK ICR'S Cough Syrup, one ofthebest med
icines for a cough, cold, or any disease of the lungs
for mile by . S. P. RBBFTELD.
JOHN 1. 11 A Li:,
SOUTH East corner of Branch Bridge, state-street,
N. B. Particular attention paid to Cutting for others
Oct. 9, 1844. 41
1 T0H C3i.C00i '
CHOICE brands of Chewing also Lorillard's and
Chapman's fine cut chewing and smoking.
41 Ualdwin, Scott ,& Co.
Corner of Main and Slate Sts.,
fiOI l INUEs to perform the various operations in
J dental stjrgkby, neccssarv for the preseivation
and health of the Teeth and Gums, Alto superior in
destructible teeth inserted, from one to a full set
uv engrafting on the fangs of decayed teeth, or on Gold
Plate, as the case mav lequne.
Particular atlention given to Ihe prevention and remedy
i irregularity of leelh in Children and Youth, which is
often the cause of premature decay and loss of tlie leeth
Monipelier, September 12, IS44.
T O B A C C O !
KINDS Chewing Tobacco, cheap, at
Oct. IS. Storrs k Lanqdons.
STATE OF VI'RliO.T.
TO THE FREEMEN OF THE FOURTH
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT OF SAID
V HEREAS, the officers Appointed by law, to
receive and canvass the votes, given on the
second Tuesday of November A. D. 1844, in said
District, for a Representative to represent this
State in tho Congress of the United States, have
given notice to the undersigned, Governor of said
State, that no person bad received a majority of
sanl votes given in said District, ana have tor-
warded to mo a statement of tho number of votes
given for each person, as follows, to wit:
For Paul Dillingham, jr. 5,937
peorge B. Chandler, 5,471
George Putnam, 1,030
L. B. Peck, 6
Kiah Bailey, 2
' ' Charles H. Cleaveland, 1
Daniel Dodge, 1
Now, therefor, in consideration of the premises,
you are required to meet in the several towns in
said Dirtrict, on the first Tuesday in January
next, at one o'clock in the afternoon, at tho same
places whore the meetinas were last holden for the
election of a Representative to Congress, to elect
a person to represent this State ni the Congress of
the niteu StatesJ which meetings arc to be con
ducted, in all things, riccordins to the provisions
of the Statutes in such case made and provided.
mi. un.lur my haiiil, mid the seal of said
State, at Middlobury, this 30th day of.
JM oveuiher, Anno Domoni, one thousand
eight hundred and forty-four, and of the
independence of the United States, the
By the Governor,
Geo. P. Beaman, Secretary.
a i r Dresser.
IKCfl'S building, opposite tho Bank, Stale Street
Keeps on hand cheap for cash,
igs, 1 op Pieces, rcezctls, Cttrls.S.
in a great variety. Johnson's Vegetable, Mahone's Pre
servative, Dcfluile Antique a la Rose. Also,
ME DIG A TED CO MP O UND..
The best article ever offered in the United States to re
store the Hair that has fallen off, or become thin, lea. and
will ellectually cure scurf or Mandrill.
Montpelier, Jan. 10, 1814. 6tf
.SO bbls. Tanners Oil,
for sale at a trifling compensation, by
STORRS &. LANGDONS.
Oct. 7, 1311.
Trusses and AImI'S Supporters.
rrMIE best assortment of Trusses and Abdominal
Supporters can be had by calling at the Dru"
SOU A CI ACKERS,
at STORRS & LANGDONS.
BS'OUItNING GOODS of every description,
H. Oct. i. 41 Baldwin, Scot r & Co'i.
IRON & STEEL!
CONSISTING of li.VND, from 1 to 6 inches,
ENGLISH HOOPING, 5-8, 3-4, 7-8, 1, 1 1-8, 1 1-4,
tiG. and A.M. ROUND IRON, from 3-18 to 2 1-8 la,
do - .SCUTA UF., do d
Old) and NEW SABLE,
SWF.EDS. JACK. SCROLL. IIAME and DRAFT"
Iron, ot an uc.-,
AM Ell. anJ KUsSIA HIIOE SHAPES,
Old Sable Nail Rods, CROBAHs,SLEicn-98Bi.
Eng. aid Ami;r, 13lisikii Steel,
Hound ntul Square Cast-steel, (55andei8o 6t,j
' German do
Toe Cork do
' Spring, do, eio.
Wo ma weekly receivm;; additions to our itc' wMsft
we offer at extremely low prices.
Purchasers will do well to give us a call.
41 BALDWIN & SCOntl
fji AVE great pleasure in giving notice to our fiiendst
-M. this vicinity, Lamoille, and oilier sectiena of tit4
State, that we have received
5 bales SHEETING, at 6 1 4 per yard.
5 do do 8 do
10 do do 9, heaviest and best in martotJt
20 Ps BROAD CLOTHS, from 1,75 to 4,50 pec jrd
100 Ps PRINTS, bora 6 1-4 to 1 s.
50 Ps ALPACCAS, from 2s to 75 cis.
10 Ps ZEiNOBIA, 3s lo 5s.
26 Ps CASSIMERES, 0s to 9s.
100 SHAWLS, French styles, from $2 to jjfc
50 do., winter GLOVES.
100 UMBRELLAS, from C7c to 1,50.
20 Ps havy PILO T CLOTHS.
In fact, we have all kinds of SJ-CSCBfflBED&SSJ
that one can ask for to keep off the cold an i pallia storrk
10 rolls CARPETING, having been appointed aget tar
selling Carpeting, we can furnish at Doston prie.
20 Kidderminster and Lowell RUGS.
3 Ps beautiful FLOOR CLOTHS.
8 Ps COTTON CARPETING.
2 ps STAIR CARPETING.
20 doz. Fur and Fur trimmed CAPS
10 bales BUFFALO ROBES.
Oiie of Ihe mosl beaiiliful'assortrrients of
from New York, ever olfcred'in litis market, m4 at cg
Furniture Ware House.
Ily A. W. Calthvc.!,
Sofas, Secretaries, Dress and Com
mon Bureaus, Centre Tables, Book Cases.
and a general assortinsnt of other FURNITURE, manu
factured and sold at a large discount from former prices.
A. W. CALDWELL,
Oclober 1, 1844. 40.
AID for Halting and Shipping Furs, by Wm. T.
Montpelier, Nov. 5, 1844. 45,3m.
Sheep's Pelts !
C"i ENTLEMEN call with your PELTS, at Burnbam's
ff Hat Store and roeeivo the Cash and the highest
Monipelier, Nov. 5, ls44.
tiPERM OIL. Best Bleached Winter Strained.
CLARK St COLLINS.
Sperm uii, lor sale ny
Montpelier. October 30, 1814.
On Monday, Dec. 2, the two houses of Con-
cress commenced their session at Washington
Twenty-seven members of tho Senate and 181 of
the House were present. Besides the usual pro
ceedings of form, Mr. Ailatns gave notice of a mo
tion to rescind tlie Gag Rule, and Mr. Holmes
moved the appointment of Chaplains. To the
motion of Mr. If., Mr. Petit, one of the infidel
members from Indiana, moved an amendment pro
viding for the the payment of the chaplain by sub
scription,, which he urged in a spce'-'h against tiiU
ing : the people's money for the support of any re
ligion. No reply was made to his remarks, ex
cept by the vote on his motion, which was as fol
lows: yens 20; Nays 150.
On Tuesday the Presidents Message was com
municated. Tho Postmaster General, recommend a reduc
tion of the rates of Postage to 5 and 10 cents (10
A meeting of the Orange County Medical Soei
ety will be liolden at Chelsea, December 19, com
mcuciug at unit past ten o ciock, a. jvi., and as
there is an address to be delivered and business of
importance to come before the society at this meet
ing, all the physicians of the county, and all oth
ers who wish, are earnestly solicited to attend the
same. JAMES 11. MOUSE, Secretary.
Chelsea, December 7. 1844.
The Yolmi Mkn's Lyceum meets next Mon
day Evening in the Vestry of the Methodist Chap
el at half past 6 o'clock precisely.
Question -Would the re-annexation of Texas
to the U litod States, be just cause for the dissolu
tion of the biiiou by I bo tree States.
Ladies and gentlemen respectfully invito 1 to at
tend. J. J). Johnson, Secretary.
FOIS OVER COATS.
Pieces moro of those beautiful Cloths for over Coats
also a few paterns rich Veslingsat
CJ'IVI I . T XT.-. '
Nov. 5. 184-1.
LPACCAS, Bome very low pricesly
ILvlbwiit, SeorT, & Co.
?ri LBS. Swecds Steel, suitable for
'lW Sleigh Siloes; Also 50 pairs Plate I
from 12 to 50 lbs., selling low by
BALDWIN, SCOTT, CO.
Pay We Must Have.
fel TORRS LANG D ONSgwe notice that all do
mands due tln-m, of over one years stanfling,
will Do put in collection on the 1st of January
next, if not paid previous to that time Special
Nov. 25, 1814.
ransday received by BALDWIN & SCOTT,
8 pieces Alpacca, (at our former low prices;)
Also: Rich Bonnell Ribbons. Gloves, Tabs, Flow
ers, Furs, Salsbury flannel, Canton, do. do.
Cotton (ootls cheap.
QQQQ 5 IU('S 4-4 Cottons from 6 to 10 cents per
Nov 5, 1844.
STORRS St LANQDONS.
P. C. UOKBINS,
MxMvcij, If) DoiML&cCCot at
na 63 K. 13. T jfeg 9
PAINTS, OILS, DYE
Will spare no pains in selecting tho
Purest Medicines, and the Choicest Gro
Prices warranted satisfactorv. Also, a genaral aisort
ment of I'ATKNT MKDICINES. . .
Corner of Slate and Main Streets, Montpelier, Vt.
March 8. 1844. . lOtf ;
F o x - II ii n t e r s !
OU are hereby notified that C3 .MKJt
and Ihe highest prices (as usual) are paid for all
kinds of SHIPPING FUJI al Ihe Drug store of Clark
& Collins where you will find a large assortment of Ki
lle Powder, Shot of all si.cs, & Percussion Caps.
Montpelier, Nov. 12,1311. 46
'BUIlS may certify that I have sold my Son,
Leonard Thayer his time, from and after this
date, anil shall neither pay any debts of his con
tracting or claim his earninus.
JEREMIAH TH AVER.
Warren, Nov. 15, 1844. 47 3w
HARD WARE, of every description for family lw
5 cases Thick Pools, best articles, 2,25.
3 cases Calcutta liools, 2,50.
100 prs India Rubbers.
60 do do Pur lined.
. 30 prs Misses Rubbers.
It would be impossible for ns to enumerate tha naay tr
tides which we have for sale but will gift ati tkkt
we shall have this week
3 tons Portorico Sugars,
1000 lbs Loaf do.
5 boxes Havana Sugars
10 bags Coffee,
10 chests Tea,
50 bags Pepper and Splc
5 lids Molasses,
1 ton Saleratus,
10 bhlltock Salt;
Which will bo sold at Boslon aogl, with tha frelglt
added no mistake! We have pursued the Cash t
tem the last thr?e years, and we find it gives much bet
ter satisfaction, us goods come to low all must be satisfied
Monipelier, Oct. 1, 1844. 40
STATE OF VERMONT,? AT a Probata
District of Randolph, ss. J Court holden
at Randolph in St forsd District,on the 19th day of
Nov. 1844. Present, Hon. Levi B. Vilas, Judge,
Wm. H. Harrison Poller, Executor of the last
Will and Testament of Benjamin Porter, late of
liuiioipu, in said uisinci in-ceasucu, testate,
makes application to this court, for license to boII
all the Real Estate of which said deceased disd
seized and possessed within this State, and repre
sents that the same is necessary for the payment
of debts and Legacies against said Estate: And it
is ordered that said application be referred1 to it
Probate Court to be holden at the Inr, of Calvin
Wodsjett. in Clvelsea, in said District, on the thirii
Wednesday in December next, nnd that notice
thereof by given to all concerned in said Estate by
publication of this order three weeks sccssiTe
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 cnuso and
object to the same.
By order of Court,
PHILANDER PERRIN, Resister.
'PHIS may certify that I have given my Son,
Hiram Nelson, his time during the remainder
of his minority, and shall pay none of his debts or.
claim any of his wages hereafter.
Wntcrbury. Nov. 15, 1344. 47 Sw
STATE OF VERMONT, T a -Probat
District of Randolph, ss. Court holden
at Randolph, in and for said District, on the 19tlt
day of November, A. D. 1811, present Hon. Le
vi B. Vilas, Judjre Ei.isabktii Young, Guardian
for Charles E. Younjz and Andre .v A. Youn, mi
nor heirs of Alexander Yuunj', late of Randolph.
in said District, deceased, makes application for
license to sell all I hi; Heal Estate ol Iter saitl
wards, and represents that the same will be bene
ficial to her said wards, mid it is ordered by the
Court, thai said application be referred to a Pro
bata Com t to be bohb ii at the Inn of Calvin Blod
frett, iu Chelsea, in said District, nn the third
Wednesday iu December next, and Ibat notice
thereof be given to all concerned by publication of
this order three weeks successively, in the
Green Mountain Freeman, printed at Mont
pelier, iu this State, as soon a may bo; that thfy
may appear at said time and plnrr, if ihey
cause and object thereto.
By order of tbr- Court,
, PHILANDER PERRIN, Raglster.