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nnd indencudcnt Btand, and save this noble Bc
outlic from the frigbtful calarnitics tfhich lhe fla-
grant ambition of a rash dique ofpoliticiahs who
noff wield the powers of thc gOTernmem seem ue
lcrmined to bring upon ns.
Faiiukes. Wo pcrccive from our ex-
change papcrs that failurcs of extcnsive estab-
lishments of cotton and -vvoolen are constaniy
occurrin" in lhe East. Sovcral branches of
manufactures,hitherto rendcred succcssful un
der the fostcring protection of formeryears.
-;ll pnntinnc to nrosDer. tariff or no tariff.
Uut those great cotton and woolen cstablish
nients, in many of tlieir most important ranii
I'l! nM nlmiiK' fnfUllT lllO pflWt ff tTlP
JiCaUUllO, 411 OJI O
lowtariffof 1846.ThcdividcmU bavc,in n great
juanv instanccs, decreased, and tbe stocks faL
len below par. Without the advantagcs of a
ECvcrc famine in Europe, and yrith the contin
uancc of the Subtrcasury,the cmbarrassmcnts
and bankruptcies of 1840 ivill soonbcupon us.
The consequcnce is,as will bc sccn from ac-
counts subicincd, tbat wagcs must bereduced
nr bilmnrincr mcn -will be soon tbrown out of
Hnluciion of Waaes. Tlie Boston Manu-
facturing Company at "Waltham rcduccd the
wbcs o? their piccc hands on tbc last pay day,
and have givcn notke of a rcduction iicxt
month iu the pav of thc dav hands. Quitc a
numbcr of thc girls have quit iork and gone
to thcir homcs. 1 raveller.J
Similar accounts are often mcclin;.i our cycs,
altbough not so oftcn as they ivill in a few
wonths should the prcscnt enomiously drain
jng var bc continucd.
A sad accidcnt occuiTcd in Starkbborough
on thc 28th ult . tcnninatiii'r in thc death of
Mr. Azial White. Mr. "White and scvcral oth-
ivcre cutting niul piling logs on thc moim-
lain, whcn the fonner gentlcnian steppcd bai-k
n fcw paoes to gct a ir.casuring jhjIc, and while
procceding to ineasuiv. a trcc just fallcn, a dry
tree, abont 13 inches throiigh, dcsecndcd up
on his head, vrhich fraclured his i-kull, and n
limb nf thc ramc tirac breaking his back caus
cd his dcath in about five hours.
PEACE KUMOBS AKBEST OF MU.
It turns out, at last, that thc pcace rumors
both in Mcxico and this country, have ariscn
from the fact that the .Ucticun commissioncrs
hr.vc submitted a plan ortrcntyof pcace to
Mr. Trit, cmbracing thc propoiitions which
l.c ofTcrcd at Taciibahn. Mr. Trist's powers
of negoliation having ceased he has submitted
to bcrninc r.n agcnt to transmit thcse proposi
lion? to the (!ocniuient at "Washington, sup
Tiwing that they would be favorably reccivcd
br the rabinet. 15ut, alas, poor Trist, hc was
nv koiiing withput his host. It had ncvcr en-ti-red
hi.t her.d that noth.ing might now bc far-l':.-r
from thc vi.-hes of A r. l'olk and his co
a'ji'tors ihan a pcate trith Mcxico. Ile ivill
p't r.inre kicks than coppcrs for his jiains.
The raiuor now is that a speciul messcngcr
has heoa dipatihed to arrc?t Mr. Trist and
bring him home, or bnnWi him from Mexico. j
65T Our thanks arc duc to lhe Ilonorablc
f:roi:oc P. .M ai:sh for hU Adilrcss, delier
i'd lAjfore the litcniry fxirt:es of I'nion Col-Ii-fe.
It i. a senib,.e, lcarnod and philo?ophi
ral proilurtion, and lo younger tatesmen vrill
be aa exrellent guide in apnlytng the toach
ings of lii.i'ory to thc chr.raelcr i:nd spirit of
our frec and iibem! in:titnt:ons.
Tlie Editor cf lhe rosion C'curicrh.niilafcd
.Tiidge M'Lcan of Ohio, at the head of his col
ur.ins a3 eandidatc for Pri-fident. Ile givc
reTcra! vcry just nnd spiwblc rcasons for this
pur.c. In the lirt plac-c .Tudge M'Lcan
i-hr.ractcr and jio'ition highly tomiiH'nd l.im to
thc u!rra!res of hi fellnw e'tizens. For fortv-
eyht rears tiie slavc 5tate have had thc IVes-i-Icn'y.
thc fiec .states only tnchc, and lhe
North West ou'y or.c. 'n-.fsf fai-ts te!llc the
(i'.iestion from irhatscttion thfjl'rccident thould
rcmc, and abovc all should he bc a nortftern
vmn, and other things lecn equal the next
I'rividcnt t.hou!d 1k; tnkcu from thc Korth
M'ctcni Siatcs. Ucsidcs thc Locos fccm to
bc scttiing upon that point. They are tur
lr.ng their ejes upon Lewis Cas?, of Michigan,
a northorn man witli slaviili principlcs.
I5ut Mr. ISuckinsham makcs this nominalion
fubject to thc dccision of a Xational Conven-
tion. witli the condition that he must be sound
and reliablc an thc qucstion of slavery.
1 Gcn. Pierce, in his Concord Spccch,
claimed Col Martin Seott as a New Ilampshirc
inan. Ivota bit of Xcw Ilampshire about him
he was from old Bennington. "Wondcr if
tlie old Gcncral fired as wide of the mark in
AVnir. Xatioxal Convkntion". It -n-ill
he ccn that the "Wbigsof Congrcss withamost
exccllcnt Fpirit .of Union, liave agrced upon
the time and placc forholding a2sational Con-
lention, ou"Wcdnesday the 7th of Junc ncxt,
at Independencc Ilall in Philadclphia. Xoth
jng couldbc so inconsidcratc and so certainly
lcad to dcfcat as to sufTera qucstion so momcn-
luous to be decidcd by some partial indica
tions of popular feeling in some scctions and
forthwith adopting thcm as the roice of tho
whole pcople. Such indications in nine cascs
ut of ten must be partial and can posscss no
w'nding force upon other scctions of thccoun
The "Vcra Cruz corrcspondcnt of the Dclta
givcs thc following particulars of Yalencia s
Col. II. M. "W) nkoop, of the 2d Pcnnsjlva-
ma Yolunteers, having Icarned b- a Mcxican
friend, that Padrc Jarauta and Gen. Eca were
at Tlahiepanatla, about fivc lcasrues from the
euyot jMCXiCO, appiieu io ueii. ocoit jor per
niission to takc twcntv men and capture thcm,
Pennission beinar sranted the Colonel set off
on tlie 1st witli 38 Texas Eangers, under com
mand of Lieuts. DacECrt, Burkcs and Jones.
I pon arrivin-r at and chareinir Tlalnapanatla,
and finding no one there, they learncd that
Itea and Jarauta had left ibr Toluca a few
liours nrcvious tn tlioir irrival. Colonel r vn
koop hcre learned that Gcn. Yalencia and his
-3.1 were at a liaicnda some six lcagucs dis-'
anf. Ile immediatly sct off with his party,
'nd flrrivctl at the hacienda, which they sur-
rounded. Admittance was demanded by the
gallant little partr, but it was for a time refus-
ed. whcn Uol. Bilca. a toubucu luexican om-
l-ccr on parole)pened the doorandassurcd Col.
l-Wineoon that Gen. VaJencia had departed
thabday for 'luluco ; Dut tms vras not credit
cd, and lights were demanded to search the
building. CoL Silca then proposed to dclivcr
Gcn. "Vlchcia the next day if the party n ould
lcave. To this the Colcn -would not asscnt, &
proposea to seud an othcer and cight men witli
him to wait his rctnrn. This proposition conv
pletely nonplusscd Col. Silca, and convinccd
Col. W. that Valcncia was rcally in thc housc.
Search was accordingly made, but nothing
could be found of him. Col. "W. then declar-
ed that hc would not leave thc hacienda with-
out him, and that if Yalencia would trive him-
sclf up he would bc perfcctly safe, but if he
atterapted to escape he would not answer for
his life. At this moment a person stcpped up
ana saul, " 1 am Valcncia. ilc tticn said tnat
it was against thc usages of civihzcd warfarc
to attack a man in the peacc and quict of his
family, in the dead hour of the mght. The
Colonel answercd that it tcas lhe only icay hc
could bc captured. Col. Arrcta was nlso cap-
tured in thc samc uacicnda on that mght.
Thc followinj olliecrs roluntccred thcir ser-
vices in the cxpedition : Capt. Bcnnctt and
Licut. Clinton. of the 1st l'a. Rec't : Capts.
Diller and Ilarlcj-, Lt. Davis of Gcn. Cushing's
stait ; J.ieut. l crrj- of ucn. l attcrson s stail ;
Uapt. L.yucrg, lltli inl.and Lieut. lilton, v ol-
In Saxonv therc arc "5.000 icrsons who mnke
tlicir livinir, in onc way or niiotlicr, from lliemau-
ulucture ol musiral mstmments.
Accmn.NTS. On WcdtiCFday, i lic 2G:I; uli
m-ar niijlit. Washington Tilton. oversecr on
a Becliun ol lhe Vciinont Ccnirnl Knil Hond
in Iloxlnirv. wns itiMnni'y Killed by lhe prc-
maiure disclmrue of a steam blasl : his body
was nicrced liy thc lampiii; iron. About tlip
snnio liint, l'alnck Liynaci!: an lrisiinian,
was killcJ bv the raving in ol a bnnk in
Montpelier, llchad norchmvcsin ihis Coun
try. On the 2tn. Mr. Urrn JarKson, a res
pectable ciiizcn of Montpelier, and supor-
nlendcnt on a scclion in Hoxbury.was insiati-
ly killed by thc picmalurc discharge ol a
The Rovnlion liill etnca was upfcl he-
wccn Koyaltnii anil hnsl uclliel, on inc
mnniiiicr ol Keb. 1. Threc papsengcrs wcrc
i:itireil, nnd otift was not expcctcd to survivp.
riic road was icy. tho wagon slued, and
goin; dovn a bank, turncd two complcte
Pr.orEssor. Murse made Paciia. A cor
rcspnndcnt of thc Journal of Conuncrcc, wri
ling from (ionstantinoplc, savslhat adecora-
tun in diatnonds ol a J urkish Unler ol lio-
nor. eucli as is givcn lo pachas ol'lwo tails,
is actualli' in the IrinJs of our L:;aiion, for
Profcssor .Morse frnm lhe Sulinn, in rctnrn
fot the view of his Telcsraph. It willarrivc
Aincnca uilli a uoyal diploma at the
Spaue Minutes. Sparc minutcs are thc
old dusi nf time .-and Young was writinca
trtic hs well nsa blrilu'ngline, whcnhc langlit
that "namls madc thc imiunlain, itiomenU
made lhe year." Of all lhe pofiions of our
le. thc ppnre ininuleE arc tlie most irtiulul id
good or evil. They are lhe gaps through
whir.h teiiiptalinns find lhe casiest acces lo
bc gardcn ol Uic soul.
The Seiiators Anlouin and Uelva, fmcn of
color) jirt'scntcd to tho Jving of thc iTcnch,
ue.sday; Ielters acereditmg thcm as .hnvoys
3xtraoi-dinary and Ministers Pionipotcntinry
f tlie Hepublie ot llavti lo i'rance, lorlio
cxihane of the ratifications of the 15th of Mny
These colorcd Scna'ori could gain no such
r.diuis-ion to thc rcpublican prcsenee of the
Chief Magistratc of thcse frce pcople. Cour.
Mcxican Gcnerals drcss well if they do not
fiirht bravel v. Gcncral Valcncia's full unironu
is yaid to be worth S20.000, being loadcd with
gold and diamond,
lIS'TIie Magnctic Tclcgraph is in opcration
as l.ir as bt Albans.
'Thc stccd called Iihtning, (says the Fatcs,)
Is ownctl in the United Statcs;
Twas I'ranklin's hand that caught thc horsc,
'Twas Iiarnejscd by ProfcsorMorse."
STOP IIOKSE TIIIEP.
Thc annual mccting of the Bridport and Addi
son Dctcctmg Soru-ty was licld at Kavid Ilills in
Uridport on thc 7th inst. Thc mccting was well
attcndcil, and an unusr.al dcgrcc of intcrvst mani
fcsted in lhe wclfare of thc Socicty, thc iinancial
afl":iirs of the socictv show that it was never in so
prospcrous a condition as at prcscnt. The com
miltcc of safctr rcnortcd thcrc were 5132 in thc
Trcasury and that thcrc linvo bccn no cxpcnili
turcs thc past ycar. It i ovcr 30 ycars sincc the
orKiinization of thc Socicty nnd thc ofiiccrs takc
plcasure in saying that mucli good has rcsultcd
tlicrcfrom. The follon ing ofHccrs wcrc appointcd
for thc ycar enfuing.
EIJEXEZEU ALLEX, Esqn Prcss.
Joiix B. Hustlev, Yice Prcss.
Ciias. N. IIatwari, Sccrctnry.
Ciias. Howu, Treasurcr.
Commillcc of Safcty.
Jas. C. Eldridjc. DanL C. Sundcrlin, David
llill, Bcubcn Gillctt, Jonas Hemimray.
Coinmittee of Pursuers.
Amasa "Williams, Jas. Fro?L Jonas X. Smith.
Danl. Jildridsrc. Abcl P. Skifl", Philander Joncs,
Socictv adjoumcil to Allcn Smitlis in Addison
on thc 1st Monday of Fcb. 18-19.
UHAS. XV. UATWASD, JCC
Bridport, Fcb. 10th 1848.
rV The most prolific source of discase is un-
uOUDlCaiy lmpurny ui uiuuu. iiuu iu ii uu peu
p.e are more subject than those ot this country,
from the plentiful and comparatively luxurious
diet in which their prosperity enables them to
indulge. Topurifylhc blood, and rclicve the
bowels fiom theunhealthy state prodnccd bythat
impunty, Brown s sarsapanlla ana lomalo
Dilters are extremely well calcnlated. They
will eradicale those impure hnmors which are
lhe source of so niuch uneasiness to the systpm,
and occasion suce deformity when they mnke
their appearance exleriorly. Tbe demand for
the above Bittcrs is rapidlv in all places whcre
they have been s-old, and ihere is scareely a day
passes but we have some ordered by our first
physicians, for dyspcpsia, indiestion, weakness
of the stomach and limbs, costiveness, general
dchility, rhenmatism &c. In fact ihere is not the
least donbt but ihcy are'the be6t allernative now
in use for a disordcred syslem. The vegetables
that these Bittcrs are mainly coinposed of are
too well known to hare thc least said in their fa
vor. Remember in all cases when you purchase
Brown's Sarsaparilla and ToVnato Bittcrs, to
seethal the direclions are signcd by lhe proprie
tor, F. Brown, Sn his ownhand-wriiing, without
which ncne are gennine. W. P. Russel, agent
FROM THE OLD DOMIN10N.
Waynesborough. Augusta County, Va.,
Mar. 16, 1S47. Dr. Fonle:
Durine the past year, my daughter was eick
iviih n fere about two or three months : this
eft her in a low and feeblo state, she then
was attacked with a most violcnt nnd scvere
cougli, rnised claily larje quantitics of very
bad corrupted niaitcr, accompanicd with con-
siderableblood. ShefrasafHicted wiihTreat
pain m the side and brcast, this continued
foraeveral monlhs, nniilshe was icduced
altnost to a skelelon. During this lime ehe
was under the care ofgood and skillul phy
eicinnBj who done thcir besh but did noi rc
move lhe symptoms which anncarcd lo be
luiui oiisuuipiiuii,uiiu wnreu inreaieneu ev
ery day to carry her off. At last, a friend
who had been afllicted wiih a very bad cough
i l i - t .
lor scverai years, iom me ne iras cllecluallv
cured with Dr. Wistar.s Balsam of Wild
Cherry, and reconimcndcd my daughter to
iry it. ane niu eo. and wlicn stie had (akon
n single bottlp, she began to lmprove. I
then lold her phytician that my daughter was
usmg Wistar s isalsam. He replied veiy
well, I ihink il a good preparation keep on.il
will not hurt her, she conitnucd to useit until
she was rcstorcd to good hcalth. I belicvc
il cavcd my daughter's lifej and do not hesi
late lo recomnicnd oihers who are afllicied as
my daughler was, lo try it.
N. B. Let those who have any douhis
about thc mcrils of this popular medicines,
go lo their own neighbors lor proof of its
53'Bewareof thc Syruns, and nll olher
prcparalione ol Wild Cherry. Buy nonebul'
thcgenuine Dr Wislar's Balsam, signcd I.
BUTTS on lhe wrapper.
V. r. JJUSSEL AgcnL
Jtnlce A. G. Sutton of Norwalk O. wriies
under dale of Nuvembcr 19, 1S1U. that "
Vauhn"s Vejietable Lithnntripiic Mixiure
is dning wondersiu all liinds of complninls.
Pcople invest il with propcrlics little shon of
the magiral. In 1 ever and Agne, in bilious
liseasoF, in droppy, in gravel. in fcmalc di-
flicully, lung diccasee, ci nsuniption, dispc
psia." &c. &.c, for why shoufd we go over
he whole c.talogue," it lakes all Ihese and
morc, and its bcucficinl fcfFect is apparcnt in
every mslance: " put lo wlmt must we attn-
hulc ils surccsf; thcre we slop, lhe whole
course ofits sueccss has puzzled us, we do
nol underlsand it. Mediral men slcp out of
thcir palli to rrusli it, ihcy liui their heel upon
i, ii csrapcslhem, they loo! about a lilllcand
flhnyare unohecrvcd. they throw ofTlhat
ignity and pompositv ol nianncr nhicli is
:ilf Ihcir capilnl in irade, and fall lo, looth
nd nail. lo put it out ol cxistcncc; but the
hardcr ihcy fight the slrongcr grows the
uslrutn, nnd Inc weakcr llictr own practtcc,
nd cliscmnfilted, they rcsume wiih thc air
f a brokcn down dandv hieoncefashionnble
but now rnjrged cln-ik. thcir dignily soiled
na lorn by tne Iray, and walk oll witli analr
fmaieslv. Reader gct n painphlct io lhe
lands ofAgcn's in tliia viciniiy. lhe adver-
iscmcnt ieiti our columus, under Grcal Amor
ic-m Renicdy. W. P. Russel, Agcul
A Commos Cold and Coucn. It should
hc rcmembcrcd that a cough is always au
videncc that some nnpuritv has Ioilged in
io Iun?iB, and which, if nnt Epeedily remov
cd, will so irriialc these delicatc organs as
soonor or later to bring on an iiiflummalion
fthc lungs a form of disease which we
II know is thc high road to consump-
Wright's Iudinn Vcgelable Pills. are a
mnsl dclighllul nicdicine lor carryini; oflfa
rold, becanse they cxpel from thc systcni all
inorbid and corrunt liumors His causc of
every kind ofdiseasc) in so casyand nalural
manncr, liiat the body is reheved ot all. its
suflcring ne if by magic. Fnur or five of
said Indian Vegelablepijls, lakencvery night
on going to bed , vnll in a pliorl time removc
io niosl obstinate cold at Ihesamelinie lhe
ijicslive organs will be restorcd to a heallhv
tone. and lhe b.ood fo romplelely purficd,
hat inllammalion ol tlie lunzs, consumilion.
ny oiher Ibrra ofdiseasc will be absohitcly
old in smglc boxps at o ccnls carli.
UcA'urc of CountrrfeiU of all kind5 ! Snme arc
coatcd willi fugar, other arc made to rcscmble in
omward appearance lhe originaljuedicinc Thc
bafcst course i, to purchase vt the rcgiihr agcnts
only, onc or morc of wliuni may bc found in ccry
lllagc and loivn in llie aiaic.
v. j. . itussci, ana o. Jioouy, jigcnis.
Tho Addison Conntv Medical Socictv will hold
mcctinu at the Vermont Hotel, in Middlelniry,
on lliursrtnv thc l.tl: msUat 2 oclock, 1'. il.
lhe oiijcct of thc mcctins is to takc mto con-
idcration thc mcasnrcs liropcr to be adontcd in
rclation to thc ucatli of thc late Vr. Jonathan A.
Thc mcmlicrs, and all medical practitioncrs in
lhe County nnd vicinity arc rcqucstcd to nttcnd
with their ladics. UllAb. L,. bcc
Middlebury, Fcb. S, 184S.
TIIE Ladics of St. Stcphcn's Churc-h Middlc-
lmrv, will "ivc a TEA-rARTT on Wcdncsdav the
ICtli inst. at half pat six o'clock P. M. in thc as
scmbly Room of thc Vermont Ilotel. Thc Gcn-
tlcmcn and Lailics of Middlebury, and thc ncigh
boriiis towns are rcsneetfnllv invitcd to attcnd.
O" Tickct3 admitting a Gcntlcman and Lady
at onc dcllar, may bc obtaincd at Mr. J. llagar's
Book"!torc, at II. A. Sheldon's Storc, and nt thc
V ennont Ilotcl.
Jfondai, Vchruary llh.
Rcportcd for thc Boston Travcllcr.
Atmarkct, 152 Cattlc, 172 Shccp, and 52
Prices Bccf Cattlc A fcw cxtra, S7; 1st
quahty 50 a 0,00: 2d quality fco a o,io.
Shccp $3,25 a 5,25.
Swinc 54,50 a 5,50.
At Bridport, on thc 2d inst- bv Reubcn
Gillctt, Eiq., Mr. Jamcs F. Wng of Roches
ter, to Miss Mary C. Pratt, of Bndjiort.
In Panton, Jan. 12, Mrs. Lucy, wifc of Ilon.
Samucl Shepard, aged G2.
Thc subject of tlnsnoticc was aworthymem
bcr of the Baptist Church, which rclation she
sustained morc than thirty ycars.
As a wilo Alrs, is was an agrecablc compan-
ton, cvcr devoteu to thc lntcrcsts ot her tanu-
ly, both temponilandspiritual,di3charging tho
dutics of mother and stcp-mothcr with Lupar-
As a neighbor, she mcritcd thc cstcem of all
who knew her. Tender of the reputation of
others, dctraction never dwclt upon her tonguc,
and nianr, grateful for past favors, will rise up
and call her blessed. By her dcath an aiilict-
cd husband and children and a wide circlc of
fricnds arc called to niourn, but not without
hopc. "Wc trust their loss is her cternal gain.
The Spring Term of this School will com
mcncc on Wedncsday, thc 1st day ofMnrch next.
nnd continuc cleven weeks. Thc nttcntion of
'hose who arc qualifying themsclvcs for Cummon
SdwU TcacJters, is particularly inritcd to this
sdj00.1- E. S. BAKBETT.
Leicester, Fcb. 7th, 1 84 8. 42,-w3
A lot of EXTRA SUPERFINE FLOUR,
oneof the best Weslem brands.
Jtist rcceived by
feb- 7. FRANCIS &. SON,
About twenty-oneacres of excellent land, sit
ua(ed in Cornwall, about twomilesfrom Middle
bury Village, on the 1 roy roadj and about the
same aistance irom cornwall Meeting House.
Saidlotbasa house and good barn on it, with
gooa lences, ana is weu waierea. Also a delach
ed pieee of ab&utforty acres, grass land, on which
j a laie iriug ui wiici wuicn never ancs.
Forfarther particulars enquire of Z. B. ROB
BINS. on the primises.
Cornwall, Beb. lOtb, 1818.
A small lot of 4 acres of land sit
uatcd at the crossing of the roads on
the old Turnnikeleadin!? from Mid.
dleburj1 village toEast Middlebury, on which is
crected a small yellow barn. Terms made easy.
Middlebury, Fcb. 7, 1848,
IN CONSEQUENCE OF
Gouds will bcsold at New York Prices by
TTALLET. CUMSTON& AI.LEN.late IIal
XL let, Davis, & Co., and succcsors to Beowm
aud IIallet, continuc to manufacturc
of various st vlcs, nt their old stand, No. 339 "Wash-
ngton-St., Boston, whcre fricnds and patrons of
ine old fiiui, arc mvnca io can,
Iicfcr to lUnvET Uell, Esq.
Dcccmbcr 1847. 34:6m
Notice to Contractors.
PROPOSALS will bc reccivcd at the office
of the undersigned al Burlington, orat tbeofricc
ot ueorge l. Hodgcs, i.q.a: umland Vt.until
the 15th day of March I&18, for Grading and
Masonrv on the folowins scctions oftheRutland
divisijn of lhe Rutland and Burlington I'ailroad
to wil: sections l,'-',;;, !. l, 1U,L'0, !J and 23.
Satisfaclory sccurity will be requircd from Con-
raciors io wnoui me worK may bc awarded.
Theesiimatesof woikon thc scctions above
named is as follows, 313,820 Cubic yards of
T ' . I T"- a, .nn -i i i " n
nanu .cavauun. oini ouuic j'arus 01 ooiui
Uock Exeavation. 1,200 Cubic yards of Loose
Kock- Jxcavauen. i.oiu uubic yards of Cul-
Plans.profiles, and specificalions may besccn
at thc Engineer's Office in Rutland, whcre all
necessary explanations will begivcn.
32;w5 T. FOLLETT, President.
Stfew Arrangements !
To conlinue as long as lhe good Sleighing
Insls. Dry Goods will be sold nt n small nd-
vnncc Trom Cost, Jor Casli or Rcadyl'ay by
thc People's Agcnt.
Fcb. 7th. 1S18. W. S. JOHNSON.
Gi U-lld -SSt 3P 3ii '-ii Atii-IU
To Cash buycrs. or Ihose who have readv
pay, to know whcre they can buy Goods for
whal they are worih and nol bc iniposed up
on by lhe old fashioncd rule of sclling goods
at 33 1-3 cts profit. Experiencc has proved
rhat small profils and quick relurns arc the
only principlcs upon which busincss can bc
Goods can bc bought at ihePenpIe's Store
at 10 por ccnl. from Cost.
Feb. 7. 184C. W. S. JOHNSON.
100 Cords SEASONED WOOD,
Forsalc by W. S. JOHNSON.
10Q.000 Shinslcs for ssalc, con
sisting of Ccdar, Sprucc, Pine and Ilcmlock
manufuctured at thc factory of thc snbscrihcr in
East lliddlebury. lt. i.. l'iiUKlf s.
Fcb. 8, 1848. 32
For sale by
FUANCIS & SON.
Ttco Doors South of the Post Office,'
Have juat receiveda newStockof Goodsfrom
themarkel consislingof themostfashionableand
magniuccni siyies oi
(Illotljs (Hassimct'cs nn
and are ready to make tip garments in a manner
warrantcd togivc cntire salislaction,
a good assortment of
Orer Coats, Sack Coats, Pants, Yests, Collars,
Bosoms and Kcck Stocls.
made upon honorandof good quality.
Also a goood assortment of
of cverv descrimion. for Ladics and Gentlemen
Brogans for the boys, Slipreis for the girls,Cacks
for the children, and a perfecl fil of something for
every body. They can lake a man in his nalural
state and make him up to ordcr and,so far ashis
merepcrsonal appearance is conccrncd, canfit
or any other silualion in life. Bring onyouror
ders, and remember thc cntire salufaclion war
ranted to every cuxiomer.
53" A'. B. Panicnlarattentipnpaid.asusual.
O-io the CutliDgof garmcnls. Gentlemen fur
X3nishinglhcirowti cloths may rcly upon hav-Cy-in:
them madcup lhe same asif bought of us.
Middlebu.y.Jan.31, 18-13. 40.
ADMINISTRATION SALE OF
"Yill be sold at Public Auction, under a li-
ccnsc from the Probatc Court, that piccc of
land bclongmg to the Jvstate ot Itobert lt.
Hunsdon, late of Shoreham, dcccascd, Iying in
Shoreham, and boundcd West by Thos. Chc
nct, North and East by thc Dowcr, set to thc
Widow Hunsdon, and South by thc highway,
with thc buildinM thcreon, on thc first Mondav
of March next, at 12 o'clock noon, Tcrms
made known at time ot sale.
Kext Wkigiit, (.,.., .
Mauvut Nouth, f-Mmmulraton
Shoreham, Jan. 31, 1848. 3.w
STATE OF VERMONT I Be it rcmcmbered
District of Addison ss. J tliat at a Probatc
Court holden in Middlcbuiy in and for thcDistrict
of Addison, on the 4th day ofFcb. A. D. 1S48.
Lewis Hunt, named cxecutor m an instrumcnt
purportine; to be the last will and testament of
r LUCRETLV HUXT
late of Shorcliam in said Distrujfcdeccoscd, pre
sents the said instrumcnt for proWte: It is thcre
unon ordered, that said instrumcnt be considercd
lor pronate, Dy ims uuri, ui uic scssion increoi
to be held at the omce of the Rcgister of this
Hourt. in said Middlebury, on Thursdav thc 2d
day of March next, at one o'clock in theaftcmoon,
nnd that nodcethcreof bo given to all persons in-
tcrested, tliat they may appear and make thcir
obiections if any they may have, to tho probatc
and allowance of said will, by pnblishing a ccr
tified conv of this ordcr in thc iliddlebury Galaxy
a newspapcr printed atsaid Middlebury thrcc
wccks successivciy prcvioas to tne nme or saia
Jed. S. BiahneU RtgiUcr.
A true copy of record.
Attest Jcd. S. Buskr.iU, Rfgiilcr. 41
THE GREATEST 1NDUCEMENTS
Ever ytt oftrcd in Boston !
Account of STOCK TAKEN.
Over$200,000 worth of
To be SOLD and CLOSED UP
Prices of Clotbing'markcd down 25 per-Gent.
In consequence of lhe very M1LD WEATII
ER of lhe season. lhus faf, and the GREAT
Q.UANTITIES of GARMENTS made up by
tne unnersigned tnis lall lor
It has become necessarv that his Imjie.vse
STOCK OF GENTLEMEN'S
AND FURNISHING aiATEIllALS
Should be closcd up Immediately !
Arc Iherefure offered to lhe public. Kead this
and call at
A K H A L L
This will pav to take a trip lo
The Sales will continuc uniil
EVERY ARTICLE 1SSOLD!
Every article of the cnorinous stock of
GE011GE W. SIMMON'S
Markcd down twentv-five pir ccnt bclow the
very lowcst pnces now currcnt at this
Great Clothiri Mart !
This stock embraccs the most Extensire As
GENTLEMEN'S & BOYS
Evercollectcd together in any one cslablishmcnt
in this or any otber cuuntry. Those who wanl
AT AN ENORMOUS DISCOUNT
Will know where to call.forlhcse Goods MUST
evcr may oe inc &Aumi- l(Jii, thal this Great
IIEAVY WINTER CLOTIIING,
Now on hand in my establishmentl
SHALL BE SOLD.
TIIE FOLL O WIKG LOW PMCES,
Jj-And bring this adverriscmenl wiih you JTJ
300 Blue Pilot Overcoats, velvct colliis, at SC,
8, 10, 12
250 BlueMackinawBlankelOverco.-.is,S0,8. 10
500 Codrington Overcoats and Sacks, Sb,8, 10
500 FancyTweed do do S3,4,5,C
100 Pilot Jackets, Iined with flannel, S3 60, 4, 5,C
400 French Overcoats, made in Paris, c.8, 10 12
150 Duflle do andSacks S3,'4,5
oau saiinet ao ao Jigured, plain cnd
ribbed, 3, 150, 5, C
50 Camlc! (realgoat's hair) wrap-
pers, quilted, 8, 10,12
323 TwcedSacksatd Overcoats, S3.4.5 fi
r ti .r ii ' ' 1
iM uuiuiuy auu uusincss ooais oi Olic
Veh eleen,S2, 3,4
500 Singlc and Double Wa-e Beavci
Overcoats, each from S0. 10. 12. 14
ilj Brown Sacks, velvct colars&c. S7.8, 10
ish Ulive and Brown Castor Clolh
Overcoats. .cfi R 11)
u oiucimn ucaver uvercoais, uoid and oll
vcrmixeJ, SI0, 12, 14
450 Broadclolh Ovcrcoals, brown,
n-. Sreer., Wk S12, 14, 15
r-. i r . . . ' .
wiih woo'en 5?5. fi in IQ 14
100 Jackets, blue and blk. broadclnth, S4.'5. G, 7
iw uu oauuei,agoou article, 5'J illiU, J
3000 pairs Pants. Broadclolh. Dockiiie
and Cassimeres, assorled, 2 50. 3 50, 5
vw uu atuui OdllllCl, WUICU
and plain, 51, 1 75, 2, 250, 3 5,
IjOO Yests, ofsatin.iichfigtire and pl
Waclf, 5150,1 73,2,250,3
-wu uu iancy ana piain Velvet
and Oashmcre.Sl.l 25,1 50, 1 75, 2,250
1000 do Valencia,Marseille.&c
oOO Royal Plaid, all wool. single and
double'brcasled, 1, 1 25, 1 50
150 Dressing gowns.figurcd and rlain
velvet. Sl, 5, C
cuv uu uo x-rinis and Al. de
C00 DressandFrock Coats, blue, blue
black, green, brown, &e, 7, 9, 10, 12, 14,
uuoiucss uais, oiive,Drown, jircen,
57,9, 10, 12, tl
750 Cloaks. Opera & Fnll Circle, S. S, 10, 12, 1 1
200 do and capes made fnim nilcil
and l eavcr, S3, 5, C, 8, 9
"Ol UC r AfttiJUi2UL.li
BOYS' CLO T II I N G
Overcoats and Sacksul brownand Black Rroad-
cIotIis,each from 53,5,0,050; Overcoats and
oacKsui Deaver ana pilot srJbli,a,3oO,-l, 4 OU,b
Overcoats and Sacks. of Satinei and Twecds
52 75, 3, 3 50, 4, 4 50. C; Dress Frocks, of black.
Drown, green, otivc cloths. gli, fi 50, 7, 7 50, fc;
Jackels, orblack, brown, green, olivc cloths, S2,
225; 2 50, 3, 350,4; Polka suiLs, all colors.a grcal
vatiely, 34,5,350, G,90; Pants of broadclolh,
Cassimere, doeskin, &c St 75, i!, 225, 250,3:
Yests, of black and fancy coloredSatins, Velvets
&c., 50c. oc.SL 1 25, 1 50; Overhauls, and many
other articles of toys' chuhing, 30,37,and 50cts,
andan cndlcss variety of such Goods.
A3 FOLLOWS :
300 dozen White Shirls, linen bosem, collars &
wrislbans, eachC2c.75c.Sl; lOOdo White ShirL,
plain, 33, 37, 50c; 50 do Slriped Calico. 50, 02; 50
do Ttt illedStripe Shirts, 37, 50: 100 do Cotlon F
Shirtsand Drawers, 33, 42:25 doMciico and
Angolia Shirls and Drawers 02. 75; 100 do Ins
wichandPorlsmouth Shirtsand Drawcrs92,100j
50do Royal Ribbed Shins and Drawers 55. 75:
50 do Plain and Twillcd Red Flannel Shirls and
Drawers G2, 75; 100 do Guernsey Frocks 75,31;
io ao L,inen Uusoms, plain andrunplaii, ailK U:
25,75; lOOOdo Collars, plain and corded, lash-
ionable 8. 23; 25do rich hg"d Satin Scarls73,Sl 75
oa do batin Uravats, beavy Ikc. Sl; 20 do buper-
fineltalian Cravats 50c. Sl 17; 550 do sell-adjus-
ting uravats and btocKs, salinand siik Ji, id;
1000 do Braccsofall kinds and material 37,62;
73 do Mofllersand Comforters, figurcd and spot
led 12, 33: 26 do Kid Gloves, black, while and
fancy colors37, 75; 100 dofancy Gloves, super.
Aliltens 17, 50: 200 do Pocket Hand'ks, silk
and linea Cc. 31;500do Soeks and Wolen Mitls
M) do bmokingUaps,ol sillf, wool and vel
vet !2c.Sl;20do BrusselsandoiberCarpetBags
51,123; 1000 do Umbrellas, silk and Colton.all
sizes 37C.S230; 2000 do Caoes, with swords,dirks
&c, 12c S2t &c &c. &c, Together wiih an end
less variety of
1UOK irlEvE GUODo,
Which will bemade up in the most Fashionable
Manner, at short notice, as my Whole Slock must
beclosedup IMMEDIATELY, on account ol
the alteralions now going on upon the prcmiscs
and lhe mildncss of lhe season.
O Everv one who callsupon me to purchase
dnring the pcriod above named, may do so in lhe
conndent cxpectation oi gcuing
A GREAT BARGAIN!
GEORGE W. SIMMONS'S
ANN STREET, BOSTON.
(OPPOSITETHC tXCAD OF MEBCUAKTS 30W.)
Boston, Dec. 23. 3S:ly
FOR SALE AT THE
All kinds and slres of Wrought Iron, Stcel,
Jiorse ouocs and JNails, JNail 4003, bteu plated
oieign ana outier bliocs, Crowbars, Uhams,
AsrooKs Axes, v rought and Out JNails, Unmagc
butls, washers, Nutts, nutlscrews, cranks and roll
ers. Also door rollcrs, Mallcablc Iron wreaches
ana nutts, llny and JSIanure forks, Filcs, ShoTeU
ioags, namess llames, Axe llelres, &c ic.
iind rjmp. Plftwc ot-,i T;..- -..t-i,
Cast Sleigh Shocs, Irons and Arch months, Sad
Irons, Tsilors Irons, DongUss Cast Iron Pumps,
""lY"' f- ""V.'f '"'ary lops, xirass Ketlles, bhect
Lead, faheet Zinc, Lcad pi'pe &c, a full assort
ment of Tin, Shcct Iron and IIollow ware.
JOB WOIllv done asusual.
Wnntcd 20 tons of-old cast and wronght Iron
for which thc;highcst prico will bc paid
by E. C. CARPENTER,
Middlebury, Feb. 7tb, 1848.
A fresh supply of the Boston Almanac, Eran
gch'ne, liy Longfellow, Gallatin's Lettcrs on the
war with Mexiro, Kirwin's Lettcrs to TSijbop
Hughcs, LockeAmsden, and Thompson's Rcc
Jlcctions of Mexico. L.W. CLARK.
Bonnet Satins, Ribbons &c. &c.
A fresh supply just rcceived nnd for sale
by E. VALLETTE.
Jann.iry 10th 1848.
HAS OPENED HIS
1V -V YVVV:-
At No. 7. NJOIIOLS' BUILDING.
Where he will remain fora shnit iiniesTlje
public nre invited locall antl examine
W A N T E D
Rail-Road Ties and sub-Sils.
TIIE subscribers wish lo contract lor 80,000
Railruad Tics, of tamarr.ck, white or black
oak, blackor swamn ash, ccdar, butternut, or
hesmut tiinbcr. Thc tics are rrqnired lo be 7
feel in Ienslh, for any wood spccified, (cxcepting
cedar, which must be "l lect,) and six inxhes
quare, or of fla good tcaring of G inchas top
&bottom, aud lu be sawed orsmnollity hcwn.
100,000 HEMLOCK PLANK,
To be Ihrec inches ihick and cight inches
wide, and foiirtccn fcet in lenglh, for Scb-Sils.
We wish io contract fnr the abovd spccified
lumber, tobc delivcred on the linc of the P.ut
land and Burlington Railrosd, belwccn Burling
ton and Urandon, on or-beforc lhe first dav of
Scpteniber ncxt. Address tbcsubscribcrs at Bur
lington. UI1111EKI1L1IN, 6TKONO &. Co.
Vec 27, 1817. 38;m2
STATE OF vermontTT
District ofNewhaven, s. $
Thc Ilon. thc probatc couit for tho district of
To nll pcrsom conccrncd in tho cstate of John
I!lis late of Monkton, dcccascd, intcxtitto.
Gkectino : AVhjrcas, Alnnson Collins Esa.
ndmmistrator of the cstate of thc said
pronoses to rcndcr an account of his admistration
und prcscnt Iiu account against said cstate for al
Iowanrc,nt a probatc court to bc holden nt tho
office of thc Judgc of said court in Bristol, on tho
Cth day of March, 1818. at 10 o'clock A. M.
i'licrefore you aro hercby iiotificd to npnear be-
forc said court at the time nnd place nforcsaid, to
show causc if any you mny have, why tho said
acconni suouHi noi no anowcil.
Givcn under my hand nt Bristol, in said district
this 19th day of Juuuarv 1848. "
40 IIARVEY MUNSILL, Judgc.
We, the sul)critK:r3, lieins aiii:ointcd bv thc
Probatc Court for the District of Addison Com-
nniouer. to rcccivc, cxnminc and adiust nll
claims and dcmandsof all persons, ngainst the cs-
late of Shoreham in e aid District, dcccascd. and
also all clainn and dcmands cxhibited in oflret
Ihcrcto: And fix months from the 29th day of
rovcnibcr ncmg anowcd liy said Uonrt for that
purposc, wc do thcrcfore hercby givc notice that
wc will nttcnd to thc f'itiiicss of our said anpoint-
mcnt, at thc dwellin boucof Jame- Moore in
Shoreham, on the 3d Mondnyi of March and May
ncxt from nine o'cloek A.M. until four o'clock
P.M ., on each of aid dnyp.
James Moore ( Commis
Asti Joncs ( sioncrs.
Datcd at Shoreham this 2Sth dny of Janusry
We, the subscribers, being appointcd bythc
Proba'.e Court for lhe riiMriit of Addiion
Conimissioncrs, to rcccire cxnminc and adiust nll
cl.iims and dcmands ofall persons, against tbe
late of Shoreham iu said district derensed, nnd
also all claims nnd dcmnds cxliibited in onVct
thcrcto: and six montli!. from lhe 23d day of Dc
cember being nllowcd liy said tourt for that pur
posc, we do thcrcfore bcrcbv give notice that we
willattend to thc Im.-'iness of our said apnoiutiniftt
at the oflicc of C. K. Wrhrht in Shoreham on thc
2d Mondajs in April nnd .Junc next from ninc
o riock si. uutulour o tlork r, Sl. on each ot
ciAis ll. Jrnison l l.ommis-"
Airnt II Vry.r. f sioncrs.
Datcd at Shoreham ihis 8th day of Fcbrunrv
STATE OF VERMONT. )
District of New Havcn ss. J
Bc it remembered, that at a probate court hold
en at Bristol, within aud for lhe district of New
Havcn on the 19th day of January ln4a.
Thc administrators on thc ol" RUFUS II.
BARNARD, late of Briio deccased, intestate,
made annlication te said couit in writinc rjrav-
mg for iicensc lo sell so miich of lhe rcal estate
j1 lhe said dcceased as will raise thc suui of
C13 9o wiih iucidenlal charres. for tbe pnrno.-e
if payingthe debts asaint said estate.
Whereunon the said court appointed a session :
thercoflo be holden at the oflice of the Judgc of
.aid courl in Bristol, on thetith day of March
1818 at 10 o'clock forenoon as the time and
mrl n 1 - rn fir l.an rinit rr u .1 nnTi.9f?nn -1 r- fl
made an order, thal llie said administrators notify
au persons intcresied to appear and snow causc
if anv thev have wbv the nraver of lhe said ad-
ministralorshould not begranled by publisbing
a ccrtibed copy of this ordcr iu the Aliddlebury
Galaxy a newspapcr printed aiMiddlebury in the
couniy oi Addison, thrce weens successiveiy pre
vious to said lime.
Ilarrry Munsul, Judge,
A true copy of record.
40 Attest Ilarcey Munsill. Judge.
STATE OF VERMONT,
Distlct of isew Haven, ss. )
At a probate couit held at bristol within, and
for said district, on the 11th day of Januaiy
Aninstruraent.purporting tole tbe last will
and testament of NATHAN MEADER, late
of Lincoln in said district. deccased. beine me-
scnted lo lhe courl bere by Jese Me'ader one of
the executors therein named. for probate: Itis
ordered by said coun, that all persons conccrned
iiiciciu uc nuiiucu iu appear at a session oi saiu
courl, lo be held at the office of ihe Judge of srid
courl iu Bristol, on the Cili day of March
1848, at 10 o'clock A. M. and show canse, if any
they may have. a?ainst the nrobatc of said will,
for which purpofe, it is funher ordered thata
copy of lhe record of ihis order be pnbjished
ihree weeks successivciy in lhe Middlebury Gal
axy, a newspapcr printed at Middlebury. in ihis
state, all wlilcnpuoncaiions snau oe preriousio
Ihe iaid time appointed for said hcaring.
Ilarcey Jlunsm, Judge.
A true copy of record,
II. ilunsill, Judge. 40
CROCKERY in complete SETTS
- CUTLERY LARGE MIRRORS
AND VASES TABLE
GOLD F E V 8,
6 CHESTS TEA,
2 HlIDS. MOLASSES.
1 TON StJGAR,
500 bushels Mill Teed,
WITH STAPLE AND
IN WAGOON LOADS
now offered and srllingat cost at
Also For Sale
20 TONS N. S. PLrASTER
FLOTJR, SALT & F ISIl
P. W. COLLINS.
January. 21, 1S47. 39.
ATOW otfeis for sale at lhe Cah Store in Vr
L gennes.- one of tbe rithest and mcfi,t dcsirabla
ever been in Vermont, and at snch extremely
low prices astodefy all eompetin'on. He noiV
offers at reduccd pnceii
50 BROWN, OLRT34 GREEN,
BLK. and BLUE SURTOUTS, ,nd
OVER SACKS, from S12 to S20.
150 BEAVER, PILOT, AND SAT-
INETT, do. irom 4 to 10,00
275 UNDER SACKS & FROCKS
ofall Gradcs and Color3,from 2,75 to 9
500 Paira Pants. from 1,50 to 4,00.
SOOVeats, " G7cto5,00.
15 doz. Wool Slnrta and Dnnvor3r
AND A FRESH VARIETY
Of Gextll,mes9 Fincf isinsa Goous.
Of All De3criptioss.
Vergennes, Dec. 20, 18-17.
InexcIiKnecfor Cnsh and Goods 50.000 Shtcn't
Pelti for whieh Uis bighcst pricc will !e paid hr
KASll & GOODR1CIL
r cood assortment of Cloths eiiaWn for OVRR
COATINGS, in Black, Browns cnd Blue, at-o,
a few pieccs SUI'EU GERMAN PLAIN ASI
rWJLL'H CLOTHS AND DOE SK1NS. fof
Jalo chenp by E. VALLETTE.
4 BBLS. PATLNT BUKNTNG FLU1D,
2 CASKS WINTER OII
4 BOXKS COMI'OSlTIONi SPERM CAK
DLES, in store and for salo hr E. VALLETTH-
Fish and Frait.
SUPERIOR GRAND BANK CODFISlI.
No. 1, HALIFAX SALMGN
No 1 and 2 MACKERIOL, in Bhl.ls.A- half Je.
FRESH BUNCII BA1SIXS, in whrfo atfd qiV
FRESH RICE, J-o Just rcceived In itore. ntid
for salo by K. VALETTB.
Dec. 6th, 1847.
WATER PROOF Leatiieii PnEaunrsB.
A Superfor article for Harneses Cbaisc-tojm
Boots, Shocs, &c., for sale by
JAMES M. SLADE & CO.
Niddlcbury, Nov. IC, 1847. 30; 3m!
Satisfied ihat the best place lo buy
Olothes, Olothing, and
DRY GOODS. IS AT
W, S. JQHHS0K?S.
Thesteady iucreaie of his bntiness andihs
Ezcellent Fitting Garments..
with which he iadaily supplying bis cusiom
ers. lhe f uprrior etyle and durabiltiy ofhis
work aud ihe
which he sells Iii-t Gnod't, shrmn lhn( lhe a
liorc slateliinit can be rclied upnn as Hue.
Dcccmbcr fii Ii. 18-13'.
10 Picces SUPEE FRENCH MERINOSs
The mopt dcsiriibte nrtirfe lor fur
LADIES CLOAKS &.DRESSES
A,fiesh supplv just received hnd for al
bv E. VALLETTE.
' Dec, 7, 1847.
GOOBS ! GOODS V
New GooUs, notoldunca, but all fiesh and new
of every d:scription, consislingof a'tapleand fan.
cy Dry Goods, Mnlfs and Boa., Vicmrines Bnf
falo Itubes, Cjrpets, OlterCaps, Boots &Shoei,
lopiher with 15 bhds. Sugars, lOofMolasses, 26
Chcsts of Tea, hnd ten thousandotberariiclesare
j now ollcrca sl unr.eaidof low prices, rU 31IS
I TAKE. Great induccmentsto Cash Cnstoniers
nowoflered. Now isyour lime toclothe Snd fecd
yoursclvcs cheap. P. W. COLLINS.
Vergcnnc.4, Dec. 20; IS47.
200 bushels hdavy crey Rock Salt on hand and
for sale by JAMES M. SLADE 4 CO.
Nov.23,1817. 20; 2m.
STATE OF VERMONT. 1 '
District of NewIIaren fs. J
Be it remembered, tlit at a Proliato Court hol
den at Bristol within nod for the district of New
Havcn on the 3d day of January 1848.
Wintcr II. llolley Esq. guRniian of Watter C.
Dunton and William Dunton, minors and children
of Ezeklcl Iv. Dunton hitc of Bristol afurctua,
deceascd, made application to said Court, for Ii
ccnsc to sell thc following described land) of hii
said vrards Iaying cnd being in Bristol fn tho
County of Addison and State of Vermont to wif,
onc Etiual nndirided fourth part of tbe tatr-roill
and pniilcpes thcreto pcrt.u'ning, held. by hU
said wanls as tenanls m common with Unah i.
Aruold reprcsenting to said court that it irould
be couduciTC to tlie ihterest of hii iid trards to
tosell the aforesaid real cstntt for the purpose of
pnliingllic procccds of such sale at intcrest,
Whcruptm the said Conrt appointed tho 6ih
Sfarch 1848 at 10 o'clock fore uowij at tho
oflice Of thc Judge of aid Conrt, for the time nt
place of henrinjf nnd decidiug on said applicatiot',
and made ah ordcr reqniring notice to be givcn.
to all persons interested, to appear and object to
the erantintr of said Iicensc if thev see uilv. tv
publishing a certified copy of this order in tho
JCddlebury Galaxy a ncwspaper printed at Mid
dlebury in the Conntv of Addison, three rretki
successivciy all of which publications shall b
pretious ta the time- sppoinled for hcaring.
ATrne Copy of Recof d.
40 tAUat irrv.y MuxsiH, JuCge,