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GREEN MOUNTAIN FREE 31 AN, APRIL 16, IH61.
I)c EDathj Jfrccman.
The Freeman .
With his hand upon hie charter,
And hisfoot upon the sod,
He will stand ordie a martyr
For his Freedom and his God.
C. W. WILLARD, Editor.
,T. W. WHEELOCK, Printer.
T U ESP AY, APRIL 16, 1861.
A DAILY FREEMAN
Will be published at this office until further
notice. Two editions will be issued, one to he
ready for the mail West, and the stages that
leave Montpelier in the afternoon, the other in
the morning in season for the morning mails.
Each edition will contain the latest telegraphic
news to the time of going to press.
The Terms will be,
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Tillage subscribers paper delivered at their
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Advertisements inserted on reasonable terms.
Orders are solicited. U. W. Willard.
Since the call of the President for troops to as
sist in maintaining the Government, and in pre
serving our Liberties, in the war now begun by
the Slave-Power, wo have seen and heard
nothing hut the most determined spirit to vin
dicate the Flag of our common Country. The
lightning has flushed from East to West, and
from West to East the news of the gathering
muster of Freemen to defend their inheritance.
The Northern armies are moving to their tents.
The angry, and now exultant South will very
soon hear the tread of the advancing battal
ions. Washington will be filled with Northern
The conflict can no longer bo avoided. And
now in this great peril, in this most threaten
ing and terrific prospect, Liberty is ngaiu strug
gling for existence. There is no longer any use
in attempting to blink the real issue now upon
us. It is simply whether Freedom or Slavery
shall triumph ; w hether African servitude shall
be, in the language of Seuator Hunter, " the
black marble cap-stone of the arch ef this Re
pnblic," or whether the fair, white marble of
Liberty shall be the key to that arch. This
issue is now forced upon us at the point of the
bayonet. Shall this Union bo free or slave?
Vcrmonters, that is the gage of battle that the
South have flung defiantly at our feet. Let us
tako it up, not in any spirit of revenge, not
tauntingly like the men who have attacked us,
but with a'solenin trust, a confident fuith that
the God of Battles ever fights for Freedom.
The taskmaster's hosts were overwhelmed in
the Red Sea, while Israel passed over dry shod ;
and God is the same God now. And when the
Nations of Europe are one by. ono shaking off
the chains of tyranny, and advancing into the
light of a larger and more rational freedom,
let it not be said that in America the day of
rational, educated, intelligent liberty is reced
ing into the darkness of the night out of which
Montgojierv, April 15th.
President Davis's answer to President Lin
coln's proclamation is rich and curt. It is us
" Fort Sumter is ours, and nobody is hurt
with mortars, paixhans or petards.
We tender ' Old Abe ' our regards.''
Is it not fully time that tho insulting arro
gance of such arch rebels as Jeff. Davis was
terribly rebuked ? How many more such taunts
must the North submit to? Thank God, we
believe no more.
The idea prevaleut that tho Government has
no power to accept volunteers, or to call for
aid from the States, or that it lacks authority to
use all the reserved forces of the Country, is an
entire mistake. The Government has no doubt
of its legal right to enforce the laws, and to
collect revenue, in such a manner as the exi
gencies of tho caso may demand by blockade
or otherwise. No Cabinet that has existed for
Jears embraces more legal talent than that of
Ir. Lincoln, and on that point it is a unit.
N. Y. Timts.
If the abovo is correct, as we believe it is, it
seta at rest a great deal of talk about tho ut
ter inability, ot the Administration to do any
thing till after a session of Congress ; and it
also accounts for deferring the extra session till
July. This will give time for the loyal States
to fill up their delegations, and for the Country
to so unmistakably instruct its representatives
that they will have n3 halting or hesitation in
the path of duty.
Tho decisions ol tho Post Master General on
the proposals recoived for conveying the mails
for fouryears from July 1, 18G1 in New York,
mid tho New England States, will be announced
at iho Post Olfieo Department, Washington,
Thursday, April 18, 1861, at 10 o'clock, A. M.'
, 1- t r
HZ,1:, Woodbndge, brother of lion. F.
h. Woodbndgo, of Vergennos, has been npoin
ed a paymaster in the Nuvy.
Extra Session of the Vermont Legislature.
The following telegram was recoived this
morning, by L'. S. Camp, Sergeant-at-Arms :
St. Joiinsjii'ry, April 10, 1801.
E.S.Camp, Sergeant-at-Arws : Extra ses
sion, Tuesday, April ,23d. Have the State
House ready. Geo. A. Merrill,
Sec. of Civil and Military Affairs.
Gov. Fairbanks has done just right. Ver
mont stands by the Flag, and will answer every
call of the Country.
Col. C. II. Joyce, of the first regiment, is
ready for action. He believes tho regiment to
be animated with but one spirit. They will
unquestionably show at once that they are not
peace soldiers only that their arms are not for
holiday use and sham-fight alone, but at the
roll of the drum, and the shrill notes of the
" ear-piercing fifj," they will take their places,
shoulder to shoulder for their country.
Col. Joyce exhibits the true military spirit,
and a fervid patriotism that is worthy of imi
tation. He is true 6on of Vermont, and always
stands by his colors. If the first regiment fol
lows him it will b3 in the thickest of the battle.
Life Insurance. We are happy to learn that
the National Life Insurance C'ompanv of this
town has decided to issue Policies at extra rates
to Officers of the Army and Navy, taking the
risk of warns well as climate, and all other
risks incident to war. This is a move forward.
Wc understand that heretofore life insurances
became forfeit in case tho party engaged in ac
tual warfare. c cannot too highly commend
the patriotic motives which have indue l tho
Directors of this staunch and reliable Company,
at this time to take such a step.
News by last Evening's Mail.
New York, Anril 11, Advices from Albany
say that Governor Morgan will to morrow issue
a call for 25,000 men, for the assistance of the
A private letter from Governor Curtin states
that Pennsylvania can have 100.000 men in
Washington in forty eight hours if required.
DOUGLAS WILL STAND BY THE PRESIDENT.
Washington, April 14. Senator Douglas
called upon the president to night. They had
an interesting conversation upon me conui-
tion of the country. The substance was on the
part ot Mr. Douglas, that while he was unalter
ably opposed. to the administration on ail its
political issues, he was prepared to snstain the
President in all his Constitutional functions to
preserve the Union and maintain the Govern
ment and defend the Federal Capitol ; that a
firm policy and prompt action was necessary ;
tho capitol of our country was in danger and
must be defended at all hazards, at any expense
of men and money. He spoke of the present
and future, without any reference to the past.
Mr. Lincoln was very much gratified at tho in
terview. The seventh and the sixty ninth regiments N.
Y., have volunteered their services to the Gov
ernment for the defence of Washington. The
twelfth regiment holds a meeting to morrow.
Coltmuus, Ohio. April 14. The Adjutant
General of this State has issued orders to carry
into effect the military laws just passed by the
Legislature, providing for six thotisana of the
regular militia, besides a militia ef reserves of
not less than 35,(100, subject to immediate
transfer to the regular forces.
The regular militia is organized into twenty
fivo regiments w hich upon a war basis makes
The offices were thronged on Saturday, per
sons irrespective of party offering their services
in support of the General Government.
Erie, Pa., April 11. There is intense cssitc
ment here. A 11 our volunteer companies will
offer their services to the Government to morrow.
New Haves Conn, April, 14 Evening.
The excitement in this city is intense in relation
to the attack upon Fort Sumter. The Palladium
office is surrounded by great multitudes waiting
for the extra edition from the press, which has
been running since last night. The national
flag is flying from the Greys' armory and in
various parts of the city. The Greys are hold
ing a meting in anticipation of a call for duty.
The indignation of the people against the rabels
Worcester, April, 14. The news from
Charleston has produced the greatest excitement
hero. This evening there is a vast crowd around
the bpy office, discussing the news which is giv
en to them in extras. Men of all parties ure
ready to sustain the Government.
Bangor, April 14. Gov. Washburn will call
tho Legislature together immediately. The
people are ready to sustain the Gouernment.
Chicago, April 14. Go?. Yates will issue a
proclamation to-morrow for an extra session of
the Legislature Tuesday week.
The Newark Advertiser says that a treason
able movement is on foot in New Jersey. We
"Rumors are afloat that secret movements
are now in progress in this vicinity for the pur
pose of precipiting New Jersey into the seces
sion movement, under the management of the
" Knights of tho Golden Circle," We under
stand that private meetings have been held
recontly in reference to this project, which is to
bo attempted in correspondence with similar
movements in New York."
Of course it cannot succeed.
What's Uri The military officers of this
State, thoso abovo Colonel, including Gov. Fair
banks, Brigadier General Juckman, and Gen.
Baxter, had a meeting in this village last Mon
day. It is understood thoy met with reference
to tho power and efficiency of tho military in
this State, but no particular proceedings havo
transpired. li. F. Times.
John Connal and Jauies Gorman were also
brought before the samocoun, charged with an
assault upon Francis Chnstin, Jacob Trank and
Charles Trank, and a breach of tho peace.
Thoy were fined $15 each and costs. Jiur Una.
ton Timts 29A J
; The Acquisition of St. Domingo by Spain,
j The Havana correspondent of tho New
York .Express thus conurms itie reporter an
nexation of the Dominican lieptiblic to Spain:
"Havana. April 5. The news in relation
to the Dominican Republic.and its annexation
to the Spanish Realm, are eoufirmed in every
respect. The army which will sustain this
movement is composed of about 7000 men,
and four Snanish steam frigates arc already
in the port of St. Domingo city, or bay of
Sameno, to luaugurate the acquisition me
Ulanca, Herenguela, Isabel la Catolica, and
Velascj and the whole matter ouly waits
the ratification of the Queen, by accepting
the fabricated donation of territory, jurisdic
tion and sovereignty, got up by Col. Font of
the Spanish army, acting under ministerial
instruc ion from Madrid. The proclamation
of Saotana.prcpared uudcr Spanish dictation,
(by Col. Font) has been published here, with
suitable laudatory and gratulatory notices."
We make the following extract from the
proclamation of Santaua :
Dominicans: The ambition and the re
sentment of one man alone separated us Ironi
the mother country ;days afterward the Hay
tien lorded it over our territory ; our valor
expelled him theref'toui ; the years that have
passed since then, have been very eloquent
Shall we allow ourselves to lose our pres
ent position.so deal to us, bat not sufficiently
strong to assure our future and that of our
Hefcre such a thing should happen ; before
we see ourselves like those other unhappy re
publics, incessantly involved in civil war,
sacrificing valiant generals, statesmen, numer
ous families, considerable fortunes, and a
multitude of unhappy citizcns.without findi ng
any means of establishing themselves on a
solid and firm base ; before that day arrives, I
who have watched always for your security, I
who aided by your valor have defended inch
by inch the soil that we tread, I who know
the greatness of your necessity, I bid you to
see what is shown to you in the Spanish na
tion, to sec what they grant us.
She gives us the civil liberty which her
people enjoy ;sho guarantees us natural liber
erty and removes forever the possibility of lo
sing it;shc secures us in our property, recog
nizing as valid all the acts of the Kepubiic ;
she offers to seek out and reward merit : and
will remember services rendered to the coun
try. Together wo will bow before the altars
which that nation erected before those very
altars which she will find now ju4 as she left
them , intact, and crowned even with her coat
of arms, her castles and lions, the standard
which, side by side with the cross, Columbus
planted in these unknown lands in the name
of Isabella the First, tho great, the noble.
Let us unfold the standard of her monarchy
and proclaim her our Queen and Sovereign.
Viva Dona Isabel Seconj Viva la Libertad !
Santo Domingo, March 10, 1861.
In view of the intelligence that this Island
hud been re annexed to Spain, tho following ac
count of the Dominican portiot: of the island of
Ilayti will be interesting :
The Island which is, nest to the Island of Cuba,
the largest, richest, and most important of the
west Judia islands, lias, srice Us independence, !
iwfn f 1 i I'iflf rl infn tun Ttnrt ii.na (!iti . I
mer French colony, occupying ibout two fifths I
of its area, and the republic of Dominica, once 1
a Spanish colony, holding the remaining three J
?orh?,nnTlr0 l'"1" i""? PPu,allion of out
lob,000 of whom about one tenth are whites, i
Itsupports an army of 20,000 men, and has a I
navy consisting of seven small vessels. In 1852
the total exports of this part of tho island!
chiefly mahogany, ebony and other precious
woous amounted to one ana a halt milliong, and
the imports (in great part from
states' to a little more.
Tim Dmninipiin VJpnr.MIrt hoa i
.wi.ui.v nun hub maiij im; i into in niu uuuiueru vuiueueniey , inreatenin"
commercial importance of Ilayti proper. In j us with death in its most horrible forms. These
1857-58 tho United States exports to the Ut- revolting States are swarming with desperadoes
tcr amounted to over two and a quarter million ! and assassins, who would be altogether happy
dollars, and our imports thence to a nearly i in bathing their hands in tho blood of Union
equal sum. Since the llight of Soulouque the! men. A more ferocious and malevolent bar
llaytiens have been reorganizing their govern-1 barism cannot be found on God s green earth
ment, and have held ojt inducements to free i than that now dominant in this '-Southern
colored people from this country and Canada to j Confederacy." Private worth, public virtue
remove thither. France, which lias acknowl- j age, and experience-none of these can soften
edged the independence of Ilayti, (in 1825,) or restrain the multiplying and relentless bru
has no authority over her former colony, though tality which is engendered by the mob spirit of
it is likely that the Spanish government would this " new form of civilization " Talk about
prefer to have the consent of tho Emperor Na- riding a Union editor upon a rail ' Why the
poleon before attempting the subjugation of Prince of Peace, if he were on earth again
the negro republic. . couid not traver8e th dominion8 of th
St Domingo has always been a tempting coys, Ilhetts, Davises, Sl.dclls, and Wigfulhj
morsel to Spain. The island is separated from and live, without repudiating his Sermon on the
Cuba by on y fi ty-four m,les It abounds in Mount, ami proclaiming this Southean Cfod
valuable natural products, and if Spam could : eracy to be (iod ordained, Christ begotten and
succeed in once mora enslaving the free blacks, ; Heaven at proved s"eu, ana
(which is not at all likely) she would make of I '
St. Domingo Btich another vast slavo planta- ued IIim. Rev. Jas II. Stevens of Land
tion as Cuba has become. grove, has sued the Post Master at North Ixin-
trnerry-, 'rho1 Plttiut'ff ho deiHWited
o ci x .. I .loU in the Londonderry IV ( in a roo-isri.rn.l
last. Light or 900 men and boys wero present r, . . money.
to witness the brutal exhibition. Tho tiger wus1 t-1P'lUnfc was made yesterday to Grand Ju-
ii small uuniiai, weighing atiout J5 pounds, htid
the dogs weighed 50 and 85 Dounds resn(.cr.iv0i
The light took place in a cage. At lirsi the brouht l)'ore Justice trench, and fined $80
dogs were nearly scalped, and long ribbons of a,ul t:('st8 Mar''n rai(1 part of tho line and
hide and llesh were stripped from them by tho Wiis allowcd t( gl t hirge on his own reco-ni-tiger,
who not one of the dog's paws in his zanc0,
mouth, and was crunching it dreadfully, when I A Tnmore p,,, .
........... j mo ui-iiueu iu contest. ih
first dog. released by this attack, sprun, upon
thetieor s back, and cominanrwri '
his neck from the top. After a wl il the do
were removed, when the tiger staggered a few
pace., fell, and expired. ' ,
TO THE FREEMAN
FB0M OUR MORNING EDITION.
New York, April 15.
Washington despatches to the Post state that
the Cabinet is in session and a call will soon be
made for 10O.0C0 additional volunteers. Gov.
Curtin had an interview with President Lincoln,
and offered him immediately tho services of
Boston, April 10.
Two regiments will leave hero in Iho morning
Very Latest by Telegraph !
Montpelier, Apiil 16th, i o'clock. P. M.
The Southern Confederacy not to be Recog
nized by England or France.
SEW YORK IIERAlTTfOE THE UNION !
Secession Flag in Boston Harbor.
VOLUNTEERS FROM BALTIMORE.
Washington, April 10. 3 P. M.
The Cabinet was in session until a late hour
last night. Gen. Scott was with them. This
morning the scene at tho War Department was
quite exciting. The mustering is still goingon.
According to official statements a quarter of
a million of soldiers have been called for.e and
500,000 have been already offered to Govern
ment, in upport orth? Union.
The Government has received advices from
England and France, stating that the Confeder
ate States will not bo recognized unless first by
the United States. Letters from monied men of
Europe say, We have no sympathy with the
South, and no confidence in them."
The New York Herald having found the Un
ion sentiment in New York too strong to be
overborne, come out this morning with a strong
anti secession article.
All the statements of a difference between
Gen. Scott and the War Department are untrue.
One thousand volunteers from Baltimore have
tendered their services to the Governmeut in
New York, April 16.
The Governor of Kentucky has refused to
furnish the Government witU troops to aid in
subduing the rebellion.
Governor Goodwin lias issued a proclamation
directing the Adjutant General of New Hamp
shire to appoint recruiting officers stationed in
(several of the large towns. No doubt is ex
pressed but that a regiment will be filled in less
than a week.
Boston, April 1G.
Ten companies have arrived, and are quar
teren in Faneuil Hull. Great enthusiasm every
where manifest. This morning the barque
Manhattan arrived from Savannah, and th
Captain, learning something of tho war news,
hoisted a secession flag, bearing fifteen stars and i
a rattlesnake. It was soon noticed, and peo
pie began gathering on the Jwharf. As the
crowd increased, the murmuring of the multi
tude became louder.
The ship's officers refused to tako it down,
and as the excitement increased, retired from
th deck W''en thtcrew. t0 S;ivd their
the flilg down, and threw it ashore, when
with tremenduous cries the crowd seized it and
tore it in pieces. The Captain says that he
, . ,
conslders the flilA' (ls a private signal.
Parson Hrownlow of The Knoiville (Tenn.)
Whig continues to pour hot shot hto the
bouthern traitors. In his last paper he suvs
We frequently receive as many as half a doz
en letters in a day from the different Principal
;;t. in t..i i r..j
I.. t..i w t i..-r..j - '
u , morse, unit Joseph Martin was
unlawful dealer in intoxicating limi.r IL. ,..
and thr Hi nil ' l,a ),.. r n
- n- i '" ruunsnea j.no editor is
thVnt . e oouipoH.tors are dmf and dumb,
.1, I'hW ,lw blind'
SZZ bU,'d ttD(i PPcd bJ
MONTFKLIEIt M A It l -T, A pi ll 15.
Provisions. Butter, li to 10. Cheese, 7 to 8 Lard,
H. Tallow, 0 to 9. Dried Apple, 4 to 0, Eggs, u.
Potatoes, 20 to SO Beam, $0,75 a 1.O0. Maple Sugar, O'.at
Onions 100. Apples 25-good, $',00-to 3,00 per bbi.
Flocb Western, $6,00 i Extra, $6,60) Double Exira,f.:,50
Hollister Mills, Kxtra Superfine, 0,0O. Extra Family, 6,50 j
Double Extra, 7,50.
GRAia mo lUr. Corn, 0,75. Oate31to00. IIcrdRgrass
8ecil,$3.00to ,000 per bushel. Clover. 10 to 12 per pound.
Hay, $10, to $14, perton. Rye, 0,90.
Miscellaneol-s Dry arid green hardwood, 2,25to2,60
Shingles, $1,00 to 1,59. Wool common 00 to 0J. Merino
00 to 00. Bark, 3,0 per cord . Nails 3J.
C A Tit II l DGK MAHKKT, April O.
At Market 411 Cattle, about G50 Beeves and 93 store.;
Cinsising of Working Oxen, Cow andone.twoandtljree
PricesMarket Beef Extra $0.50 a 7,25; first quality
$0,25 ; 2d, $5,50 , 3d $3,59.
Working Oxen &5a
Cows and Calves $25. 30, !o 62
Calves $353 to 6,00.
Yearlings- 0 to0 .
Two years old $15 to Id
Tu 'yeursoid $1" to 19.
Sheep a-vl Lambs 2151 t market Prices In lots, $1,50
a 2 00. Hxti ,2,50 to 5,50
nides,4it5. puis, : 0,50 $1,25. Calf Skins, 10 to H
Tallow, 6J to 7c.
BOSTON MAHKET, April lO
Flour. Western, 6,37 to 8,2a.
Pork. I'ritr.e, 13,00 to 14,50) Mess, 17 a ,03
Beef, 9,00 to 12,10 Lard, 10 to 11. Hams, 10 to
Putter, 17 to 20; Cheese, 7 ra 10. Eggs 14. Potatoes
1,25 to 150. Dried Appie 8 to 11.
Wool. Saxony fleece, 43 to 55; American Fall Blood 52 lo
84 ; Half blood 43to 46; Common 40 to 42-
Corn. 77.. Oats, 37. Rje"5- Herds Grass Seed 3.76
Clover, 11 a 12 per lb. Hops 20 a 25.
BKIGIITOX MAKKET. April lO.
At Market 1075 beef cattle,175 stores, 3H0 sheep and
Lambs, 3400 swine.
Phices Bee, Cattle Extra $7,50; first quality , $0,55
2d quality, $5,60 i 3d $4,50.
WorkingOxtn 92 to 131
Slilch Cows $00 to 43, common Jo., $19 a 20.
Calves $3 00 to 6.00.
Yearlings i" to 9.
Xwoyearsjld $10to 12.
Three years ild $24 to 26.
Sheep and Lamps $2.50. to 3,50 ; extra $,450 to 6,00
Sirine 6 a 9 c.
Hides-ct per lb Ta'low-TJe. Calf Skias-H.
Cattle, &c, Shipped from Montpelier Depot.
For the Week Ending April 15, 1SG1.
Whjle number of Cattle, 11. Sheep, 81. Horses, 13.
Veal Calves, 65.
Pricks, (live weight ) Beef, 3, 3J, and 4 cts. Sheep,
3i, 4 cts. Veal Calves, 2, 2J, and 3 cts.
Notice lo Teachers.
OTICE is hereby givi n, that the publia examination
for Teachers desiHiiini! to teach in the Common Schools
cf the town of Berlin, will be held at the School House
near ftlontpelirr village, Ihursuay, rtiay tnti, at 1 o'clock
P M. All ciiizens are respectfully and cordially invited
to attend. J. NliiVTOX PtKKIX, Sup't.
Berlin, April 10, 186U iiw
Faces .U; uli; Clean!
By one week's use of the Magnolia Balm. A perfectly
harmless but elegant and effec ial prepaiation.
price 50 cent per bottle. Sold everywhere. r277m3.
W. E. HAG AN iO., Proprietors, Troy, N.
In Amei li a (he Liver is tho best abused of alt
the organs ir. the body. It is made the sadd e of all other
organs. As a consequence, it is o ten out of order and
not uiifreiiueritly nearly inoperative. This need not be,
on the contrary it is quite u necessary. A little common
sense and a sufficiency of ('ukkiev's Bourbon Bittbrs,
will keep the Liver right, and make many a man and
woman i. ow n.iserable. quite happy. The Bitters regu
late and strengthen he Liver, no less than purify it.
They enable that Important organto perform its functions
and without this is done no person can be healthy. For
all diseases of the Stomach and Bowels, rever nd Ague,
debility or any weakness of th-; Svstem the Bitters are
unsurpassui. Kor sale every where by druggists and gro
cers. Levi F. Pierce, Agent, Mon pelhr
A F It I EX D IX tlfO. TRY IT.
DR. S.VEKIS INFALLIBLE I.ISTME.VT is prepared
from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut,
the great bone selter, and has been used in his practice
for ttie last twenty years tvi h ths most astenishing suc
cess. As an external remedy it is wiihout a rival, and
will aleviate pain more speedily than any other prepar
ation. For all Kheuinatic and Nervous Disorders it if
truly ii fallible and as a curative for Sores Wounds
Sprains, Bruses, &c, its soothing, healing an 1 powerful
strengthening properties, excite the just wonder and as
tonishment of al who have ever given it a trial. Over
four huudred Certificates of remarkable cures, performed
by it within the last two years, attest this fact.
See adr- rtisement.
In Williamstown. March 28th, by Rev. James S. Spin
ney. Mr. Leander C. Ellis of Williamstown, and Aliss
Adelia S. Young of Koxbury.
Also, by the same, in Williamstown, April 2d, Mr. Par
ker 1. Edgerly of Middlesex, and Miss Carre E Seaver of
In Northfield, Match lr?th, by Rev. L. H. Stone, Will
iam H. Walbrigeand Aiisg Fanny F. Burnham, both of
Also, by the same, March 2it, Horace H. Church and
Miss Aiiranda Harlo, both of Kannolpb. Also, March
28ih, C. D. Walbrige and Miss V M. VVi.ey, both of Kox
bury. Also, April 11th, Horace H.Thayer and Miss Al
raira E. Ditty, both of Brook tie d.
In Williamstown, April iM., by Rev. P. F. Barnard. Mr.
Chauncey l.ougee ef Washington, and Miss Armina A
Benedict, of VV.
In Hmesburg, March 27th ult. by A. D. Kcod, Esq. Ab
ncr Buel of Jharlotte and Miss Clarissa Goodrich ol Fer
risburgh. Also by the same, April 7th, Wm K. Patrick, and Mrs.
Sarah Jane I rewell luith of Hinesbuigli.
At the Methodist Parsonage in Sheldon, April 4Hi, by
Rev W. R, Puffer, Mr. Johnson Stebhiua of Enosburgh,
and Miss Cornelia J. Eldred of Sheldon.
Iu Williamstown, on the 13th Inst., Mr Aaron Martin,
aged 8a years. One of the early settlers of W., having
lived in town about 68 years.
In William-town, April 7th, Cnpt. Samuel Abbott, aged
84 years and 0 mouths.
He was a native of Holden, Mass., and for 61 yeari a
resident of V. '
In Hineshurgh, April 4th, Philip Rublee, aged 87.
In Plaintleld, March 21, Mrs. Abigail W. Stone, wife of
Ira Mouc, aged 44 years.
Valuable Ileal Estate in liar
re, lor Sale.
rpilK undersigned offers for sale a small Farm, (in Barrc
X Lower Village.) containing X5 acres of land, with a
good tw..-story house, barns and outbuildings on the same.
1 he place is but a short distanco from th new Aoadeiny,
Churches, lie , and Is one of the most dePlrble In the vil
lage Also, for sale with the above, a lot of Waodland. For
particulars, Inquire of Willis Keith on the premises, or
of the undersigned. ABU A 11 KI.I I'll.
Montpelier, April 14th, 1861. gif
r,.v ,.(iuPr'l!'' IhrccFlya.
t i vn a''A1 ,y' now Pning by the NEW ENG
LAND CARPET CO , Boston.. .