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RETOUTED FOR THE GAX.AXY.
EifiliT M8 MTER
ARRIVAL OF THE
Farther Gommotions in
Paris !-Revolution in
ed in the Streets of Vi-
enna ! ! Bisturbances
in Prussia ! The Feo
ple rising throughout
Surope I I
N. Y. April 7, 6 o.clock 5 m. P.
Troy, 8 o'clock 3
In ilie IJouse of Commnni Mr. Hames
motinned ihat the Income Tnx shnll he iin
iiosbiI for one. tnstead of llireoycar. It was
iic-irativcd 363 toI39. The Quecn ias cldiv
ercd of a Priucess on tlm 18lh ultioio.
The Canlc o! Francc has suspcnded spe-,-ir
payment, by a decree of ilie Provifiona
Ujrrrnment. M. Rolliu issucd a circuliir
liic!i created constdernble exr.itemcnt a
..,nn,r the neoiilc. A dccree for troops carre
' r. O'l...
Ticiir upseiung uie uovcnioicau ' iic iiui
(.urJj weregreatly t;nraged,und SO.OOOrf
i.cm marchcd lo l!ie Holcl de Villo, and de
i-iaiuled a rccall ofthe nbnuxioua decrcc.
o jiriiiiiif :jscivcn, aml they ihrentencd
totaketUe mattcr into their own hands hut
their requesu were not complied wilh. The
fullowing day, the 16th, ihe Guards, to tlie
liUtiibc.-irlu 50,000. nppeared unarmcd. Thu
j.ce also Bsscinbled in niuliitudes, nnd
l.Usc.i them. Thc Government still rciuseH
10 wnhdraw tlie decree. which crcated great
exei:Mut!iit, and aterribleeollision was amic
ir.ned. A atajoriiy oftlio Prnviaional Gov
r'rimient uctnAiidcd'ilu- rcsignation of Rollin.
'i'jiifhe rclusnd, and they threaletied tua
jcal t the people. M. Pnjes dieiv a pistol
bm l!ic maltcr was linally luiahed up.
M'!n had nf.naced the mnnufaclniing cs
taMi.hmcnls in the vicinity nf Havreand
i iliri parlsol Frani:e,threateiiinjr thctn wilh
rotifl.iration. unlcssall the BritiVn workmcn
The New Government of Fmnre is being
rtiau-tfbat ucakencd b Cuimiicicial and
SeverM large cstaTjlishmcnU hnve been de
, lartd banlmipt, and oihcrs nrc closing jusi
There were nbr.ut 5'J,000 inen outofeni-1
p'mment inl'jri &. tlie principal ciiics. ae
i,.:c as ihe ldih tiit. I'aris U iiihv tranquil.
Accounts frr.m Madrid, slate tlmt Itine
t.sliici)iiiri!l nn on;; ihe neople agninstlhc
A' t-ounts fiom Rome stato that tho Topc
Ln 1 rtvxntly maile n lonj: speech in wbieh be
.miai5;il wmn to -:ive the Jieople a new fonn
i.,,;owrnn-.cnt, -.vhich sbould bu s.ntisfactory
TUc constitijUon of tlm Sardinian States bas
1 1 en pro.-laiaicd The Kinjr has avioi!itod .
rcMi'iioriiT to forai a Cabinet, irhich shaii
.-..J-ti t'ie jieoplo.
! '.' Nespolitau niinisJry hai rcsipned, and
: I.ai ' ccn fonscdproiiioun!l'. TheKiug
is i.: p.irin :;n ixpcilitiuii apiiiibt Sicily.
; j.' King of Napk-s has lousciitcd to tlie
('(..lsiitution of Sicily, as a si-pr.nitc State. A
j n.:;ii-al Icspue li:u Lli'ii formed bctv.ocn the
ii-Mid DuLo of TuH.my ar.d the King of
The Kmcror dedared for jion-intcrfercnrc
ihh l'rancc. The pmjeclcd Allicnic bu
;i(i ii Aaftria, 1'rusj.ia and l'uva, h aLan
daued. Confllcts have K-en takinj; place r.t
fl'e Austrian Capital bctween the peciple and
:t; miliiary, ihich l.ae rcsu'.ted in iiiipoitant
i i iiceiiions frcm the Kwperor. It ft'eias Ihat
upward3 of 15,000 students bigned and prt-:rn;i-J
pctition to the Knipcror for unliniit
id frecdom of the prcfs; to ivhich Le replicd
l unk-rinj; the stndents nnd olhers to retire.
0:u!.cir icfuingto obej-. the mih'tary fireil
thom, killing scmc 20, aml wour.djng a
- !v lari'c number. An iniluontial citizen
.-tcj'pcd torw.ird, dippcd a white handkerchief
m Sic blood ot tnc iiam, insicr.cu n. upun uis
wa'Aing stick, and cxclaimed, "Bc thia the
iulk-iu of our futurc liberty V The roob
-on swellcd to 20,om, mshcd upon the sol
licrs, and gaincd the uiastery of them. Some
::-(-ouiits fav as manv as wero wncn in
iht eiKouutvr. The viila cf Prime .Mcttcr
i:kh was dcn'olishcd. The immense ronoourse
.,'ain n;.cmblfd before the Imperial residcuce,
-.hcn a gcntleman camc out and declared, in
i'.ic i;sr.ic of thc Kmperor, that his ministry
' ad checri'ully granted ctery dcmand thepco
t.iu hail inade: Full libertv of thc press a
ore C3tcn.io reprcsentativc constitution ,
I'ublieitv of all public domgj, m courts of law .
-inal uv jury ana nnany inu uiMiiiMai oi
t!.a ho!c Alctternieh Cabinot.
The Emperor subsequcntly ordeicd a cabi
i'Ot to be formed nnon thc most libcral princi-.
... , li .1 l- r i . r
i !es, and publishcd a decrec, aliolishing thc (
i-nsonhip of the prcss, and estabhsuing a ?a
There were scrious disturbsnccs in Berlin,
f;".n thc Kth to the 19th ult., bctwcen thc
u ilitarv and tho pcople.
Tiestrccts were barrieadcd for thrce days.
Two or thrce persons were killcd by the troops
and secral woundcd.
Tho people demandcd tho liberty of the
rres and the King finslly concluded to a-
!i-h thc censorship throughout all his do
The kinr of Uelgium- reems dispoed to !
srant anv reform the people mav deniand
nnd uven to the abamlonmcnt of inonarchy
The king cf Holland has scnt a raessage to
tho Chamben, desiring of the Uouse to prb
; ise nnvmeasure of rcfonn they might decm
"t, assuring them of his coopvrstion. His Cab
".et immediatelr icsigned.
ilRRIVAL OF THE HIBERNJA! !
Ilcvolutions in Lombardy, Han
ovor, Dcnmark, Luxcmbtirgl),
Polarid, Bohemia, and Hun
gary ! ! !
UltEAT EXCITEMENT IN IRE
LAND AND SWEDEN !
Y. Monday April, 10, 1 1 o'clock A. iU
The stcamship Hibernia arrivcd last i
ni-i., m i j r e i -
JgUt, at 10 o'clocs, after a passage of lo
'ii Irattce, nothing starlling is going ,
1, hut thc fnnncinl difiiculties continue. '
ret-!utjon has ta'ucn placc in Lom- J
hnrdv The Vicerov has fled from Mi-
lan. ThenenDle there are triumphant
Tlm lroons'arc neffotiating wilh them to
At Ilanovei, there had becn an emcutc,
but order has been maintained. The
King aHolished the censorship ofthe press,
and promised other reforros.
In Dcnmark, there have been distur-
banccs. '1 hc constttutiou has been re
Prussia is making military preparations
Luxemburgh has declared itself a re-
Ireland is tranauil. The Ieader of
Young Ireland has been arrested, charged
At Cracow, a republic has been pro-
The Gennan Dict has reicctcu tho ivmgs
nlan of unitinr them with Denmark.
Lola Montcs has beenin Munich again, and
has bccnscnt awav to Switzerland.
Ilungarv and Bohemia are all alive, and on
the noint of rcvolutionizinir.
Thc Pono has sranted a full Constitution
to his nconlc.
There havobeen great rejoicings at Vienna.
All tranquil there.
At Berlin the nconle are triumnhant. Thc
Ministry has been dismisjed, and a Constitu
tion has been promised.
The King of Hungary is rcported to have
.New Yokk, Monday Ee. 7 1-2 o'clock.
A Schooner brings ncws from Central A-
mcrica to the 24th ult Alfairs in the Pcnin-
sula were in the most wrctched condition,
when she sailcd. The Indians wcrc thrcat
ning the whole Spanish race with cxtermina
tion. Arallado!id and Izaracl, afier bcing ile
fendcd for a Iong tiuie, at hst despaircd ofas
sistance, and earlyin Mareh, theirinhabitants
rctired to .Merida. When the Schooner lcft,
Indiansto the number of 50,000 had surround
ed Merida. An attack washourly anticipatcu.
T hc inhabitants held a mccting, and sent pc
titions to Commodorc Perrj-, praying him not
to leavc, but to protect them from their savage
encniies. Commodorc Perry, however, rctired
from Kisaltato the island ofCarman, on thc
ICth, and on the 21th sailed for Vcra Cruz.
AVc have accounts ftom New Orleans to the
Sth inst. Tlie Cliarter Eltelion had resulletl
m a dtcidedly Wiug Tuiusirn !
FABTHEIt PAKT1CULAKS FKO.M EU
KOPE. Ibcland. The monstcr llecting came oR
on ihe 20th, and was convencd on the rerpri
sition of 3000 pertons theLord .Mayorhav
ing refused to calt it. Thc number prcsent
was estimated by some of the Young Ireland
Icaders at 10,000 but thc reporter for the
Morhing Clironide cstimate3 them at 7,000
In one ofthe large towns,on thu lth ult., tho
inhabitants illumtnated in l.onor of tho victory
ofthe inhabitants of Yicnna over Mettcrnich,
and the announcement of a Constitntiou to
Auitria. An addrcss of congratulation was
signed by numcrous iuhahitant?, to the broth
ers in Au jtria.
Swedex. Thc ncws of the proclamation
ofthe French Kcpublie created great cxcite
ment iu Htorkholm. Thc Studcnts assem
blcd, and had a great torch-light proccssion,
crying "17re htlilcrtie ! Abas les Jcsuits!
(down with thc Jesuits!)" Tho police very
wisclv bstalntd from interfering.
Cir'ltwill be observed that our ncws is
brought down to a late hour last cvcning in
stancotwlg rtceivcd from Aeic York! the wircs
having bi-en connected, at Troy, with the
Xew Yoik lhie, j ett'.'rdty, for jthe first time.
cive tlie newj from New Orleans down
lo Saiurday last !
JCf' Wo are Forry to letirn. that Gov.
vJ.'ade hns rrccivcd a tevcre injnry in hi
rijlit bhouliler, by thc upscttin;of uslnc in
Mirliian, nn hi way to Chicago. and thut,
altcr heir !etaii,ciUccral days,helms hccn
conipclleil to yive up thc prosectitinn orihe
joiirncy, and return loDi-iroit. Ilo isc.ipcct
fd hoiucthe lattcrpnrt oflhis nionth.
CorcciL or Cnxsons. Thc rcturns como
in tlowly, but there is little doubt that thc
Whig ticket is clcctcd entire.
Kiiom: Island. A few rcturns from IL I.
indicatc that the Whigs have carricd thc State.
The Clcction was on thc 5th inst.
t5sSAnothcr rumor has been ctirrcnt that
i)r. Coolidge died in Jail at Augusta, two or
thi-ce days aftcr his Scntcncc. It h not truo
Afier rcturning to his conGncmcnt, at thc
clo?e ofthe trial, he. remained for many hours
in a state of stujior, from which it was doubted
whcthcr hc would revivc. Ilo has sincc been
removed to the State Prison at Thomaston,
however, and is nowlearning the Shocmakcr s
TEACIIERS OF COM.MOX SCHO OLS
In the County of Addison, wishing to bc
csamincd by the County Superintcndent, arc
rcqucstcd to present themselves at ono ofthe
foll ovxing placcs, on thc specificd days :
Leicester, Saturday, April 22.
Shoreham, Monday, " 24.
Middlebury, Tuesday, " 25.
Vergennes, Wednesday, " 26.
Exnmination. cach dav. will commenco at
10 o'clock, A. M. This'plan is adoptcd, in i
prcfcrence to visiting evcry town, from the i
fact that, hitherto.in many towns no candidatcs ;
have pretented theirelvcs, on the appointed ,
days, and that tcachers rcsiding in the vicinity '
of thc towns abovc namcd, ivill Cnd it no great
inconvenicnce to be present at the cxamina-1
1 he 1 own fcupenntenuents are requcsteu ;
t0 ;ve ti,;s not;cc :l3 cxtensive a circulation as
practicable, and at thc samc trme to designate
the placc for holding the examination.
E. S. BARRETT,
Sup. Com. Schools for Addison County.
Leicester, April 10, 1848.
THE Summcr term of the Sehool for Younjj
Lsdics and 31isse's, at the chapcl of the Old '.
Academy, will commenec on Wcdnesdav the ,
26th day of April, 1848, and continue efeven i
wceks and a hali.
Course of instruction, Tcachers, and terms
for tuition ; thc same as during thc past year.
Arramrcmcnts have bccn madc to furnish
board on rcasonablc tcrms, at thc school build-
din3, for pupils cominc from a uistancc.
"Middlebury, April 10, 1848.
Middlebury Female Seminary.
'liie Spring tcrm of 14 wceks openson Mon
day next, April 17tb,under morc than usually
favorable circumstanccs. Miss ilartha II.
Rlcr'Cr of,tllc v.Jona. Clemcnt,
" Ml "l anu accepiauie icaciier,
anJ Mks ciiarlottc J. Landon, lo well and fa-
vorably known in this community, are cngag-
cd as tcachers. A limitcd number of boarders
can be accommodatcd in thc Seminan-.
S. PEARL LATIIROP, Prindpal. (
Is oden braught ou by want of exeicise.
close confincment to business, &c,
MATO B1TTERS will gtve a tone and
activity to the stomach and bowelj, increase
tne circuiatiou, anu operatc as n nnld ca
tharttc, and arenotliable to leavc thc patient
(as many iticdicincs tto atter taking) nioro
costive than hc was beforc their use. By
usin; them a shorl tiinc, they will bc salis-
hed ol its virtues; ilie eneci is alniost nn
mediately lelt. It purilies and nuurishes thu
whole debilitatcd systcm. ONE TRIAL
will eatisfy the most prejudicedmind.
This we knor from the experience of hun
dreds. W. P. Hnsscl, Agcnt.
BRIGHTON CATTLE MARKET.
Jloxnir. April 3.
(Rnported fur ihe Allas.J
Atmarket 125 Beef Cattle, 212Sheep utid
Prices. BeefCattle Extra nnd 1st qual
ity 36,50a"; 2d quality So,75 u 6.25; 3d qual
ity S5 & 5,50.
Sheep Only one lot in mnrket, and they
were ol'poor quality taken at$2,75.
Suinc Atwhtlesalo 5 1-2 u 6 1-2c; se
lected lols55-S a 6 5-8 c.
Thnrsday, Apr. C.
(Heported for the Cuuritr.)
WOOL. Duty 30 jier cent.
There has hccn no chanjje in thepriccs of
donicfilu'. llecceaiidptillco; Wool, iluringthe
pasl week; sevcral emall lots h.ive been ta
ken by purchasersatthc forincr quoted rates.
f nme aasony Ilecces,
washed Ib. 43 a 47
Amer. lull blood do 3S a 42
do3-l blood do 32 a 35
dol-2 do 30 a 32
(iu 1 4 & com do 23 n 30
Iu Middlebury, ol cunsuirption, Wednes-
day cvcning. Mnrch 29th, Misa Ellcn M. Sci
leck, ajjed 22 years.
At Fort Wavnc. Indiana, on the 7th ult..
Mrs. Vir"iuia Hough, wife ol John Hougb,
Jr.Esq., ugcd 20years.
At Milton, Vt. 7th inft., Capt John Bas-
com, 76, a native ofMassachusclts.
At Coburir. Canada, 11th ioet. Thomas
York, a culored mau, aged about 101 or 105
In New York citv. on the 30th u'.t. ofcon
eunipliun, Mr Charlc; Bciijamin. fonucrly of
i't. Albaus, Vt.,aged 31 jcars.
In Glover, ouihe 31st ult., F. A. Garfiefd,
31. D., uged about 30.
On Wedncsdav. March 8th. in Lcnos,
.Mass.. wherc shc had been a few mntiths at
bchool, IlarriclL. Bellows, daiighter of Ahcl
Bellows, Keq., of Walpole, K. 11.. tiavinji
nearly complelcd her 17th year. Although
anuulv and darling daujjhler, shc was un-
fpoilcd and unspoilahle ; pure. loving, trcth
lul, liigli niiudeil nd conscientious; defercriti
to lier clders, and lo those in authorily ovcr
her. and conaiderate ol all wilh whoui she
was, in any way, associated.
Betwccn Middlebury and Cornwall on the
17th int., aladiei black muQ". Whocver has
found it, willconfer a favcr by leaving it wilh
iliddlebun-, March 27, 1S4S.
AND WHOhESALE DEALEIt IN
PAI.XTS, OILS, DYES, CHEMICALS,
VAllMSIIES, JiHUSUIiS, Wl.WUW
OLASS, SP1CES AXD PERFU
MEli Y, 31 A XUEA CTURE11S,
FORE1GX A XD D OMEST1C.
227 RiverSt, Troy, N. Y., oppositc tho
- Kccps constantly on haud a full and coui
pletc assortmcnt of coods, bclonging to jhe
Drug trade, to which lic invitcs the attcntion
of mcrchants and othcrs, making their spring
Articlcs furnishcd at this EstablLJimcnt
are of tcarranted purily, and willbcsold at thc
lowcst Xew York and Bostoc markct priccs.
Troy, March 28th, 1818. 49: 8w.
STOCK SELL1NG OFF
tjli. "Cr X3 'iJ W
FRAXCIS . SOX, are sclling a large quanti
Atless tl.an cost, iireparatory to leaving for mark
ct. " April 4th 1S4S
300 pountis TableButter,
For Sale by F11AXC1S & SOX.
L1ST OF LETTERS
Rcmaining in the Post OBice at Middle
bury. Vt., March 31st, 1S1S.
Miss Harriet Amidon.Edsvard Hall.
William Arnold, John Highlatid,
Jonnllun A'wnter. Utchard Kane,
Miss Chariiy Bryant, Maria Johnson,
Henry Be dle, Miss Harriet Lucas,
Ira Brown, Miss Charlotte Lewis,
John Bradshaw, A. Millcr.
C. E. Bowcu, Mirhacl Loughlan,
Miss LydiaS. Curtiss.Otis II. Miller,
Clnribsa Chillenden, Andrevv R. Mills,
Mrs. Lucy B. Clark.
William t avie,
Jot-epli Mc Kerd.
Philip Mc Grath,
Michel McErnej ,
h rancis Cnrrull,
Mr. Sarali Douglass,lfrs. Anna Pnlmer,
S. Uuch. JNeU-on Pnge,
Danicl Dcgan. JJr. Portcr.
AVilIiam Doreey, Peleg Richmon d
William Duitori, John A. Kichnrds,
Mons. Louis Dupont, Mrs. Betsey Robbinn,
t..l: r . nrr r
Miss Julia Evarts,
jnes jiary au oniin,
Cornclia A. femitl!. "
Miss Jenpitc Smilh,
Daniei W. Smilh,
Charles St. Germin,
John L. Sawyer,
11. L. Enos.
Gco. W. Eldiidge,
Miis MarlliM Foot,
.Miles l arr.
St.Siniclte Forgcrom,AIonzo bumiier,
Henry W. Foot,
D. S. French,
William P. Turner,
R. William Wilcox.
Persons calling for any of $he above Let-,
ters. will pleasc to designate them asadver
tiscd. Two rcnis in nddition to the postage
charged on afl advcrtucd Ietlcrs.
EDW'D D. BARBERj P. M. i
On London, Livcrpool, Dublin and Edin-
Durga, m sums to smt purchasers.
For salc by J. & J. II. PECK & CO.
Burlington, April, 1818. 50:6m.
Oash paid for fat alves,
On dclivery by
JOHN P. WIIEELER & CO.
31iddlcbury. April 9th, 1848. 50: 4w.
Tho Conarfncrshin hithcrfn p-rTstTn ,,nflr
thefirm of Hurlbut & Bacpn, is hereby dissolv
ed by mutual conscnt this day.
JllHA.un. llUliLBUT, Jr.
Ripton, April 3d, 1848. 50;tf
The subscriber will SELL on easv terms. a
PEDDLING ESTABLISIIMEXt nearlv
;w. Also, a Singlc Harncss. Applv lo
ALSO, a 2d Hand Stccl Spring Waggon
an" bilvcr JL'lateu Harncss, nearlv new.
P. W. C'OLLINS.
Vergennes, April 1, 1S1S. 50:Sw
ESTATE OF J. A. ALLEN.
The Administrators fiad it ncccssarv to re-
qucst all who are indcbted to thc Estate, to call
at tne nousc ot tlie late lr. Allcn, and settle up
as soon as possiblc.
Chas.L. Allen, 1 , , . . ,
Ozias Seymour,) Mratars.
N. B. The Commissioners on tho abovc
Estate will hold an adjourncd mceting on
Thursday next, April 13th.
Middlebury, Apnl 10, 1848. 50
STATE OF VERMONT,
I Bc it rcmcmbered
JJistnct ot Addison ss.
f that at a l'robate
Court holdca in Mlddlcborv in and for the District
i'f Addison, oa the 4th day cf April A.D.
John Simonds and Lymau P. White ad-
miuijtrators of iho estate nf
late of Whiting in said Distiict dcccased.inake
applicat'tnn to this Court, lo have ihe time al
lowo I ihein for ilie payment ofthe debtsof
the decensed exlendedntie year from the ex
piration of iha time hercroforc limited by this
Court : It is thereupon ordercd bj this Court
lliat said applicalion bc considcrca by this
Court, at the scssion ihcrcof to he held at tho
oflicenf ihe Keister of this Court in said
Middlebury, on Thursday tho 4lh dy of
ttlay ncst, ai nno o ciock in tnc nltcrnonn.
and that said admiuistrators give notice
thcreof to all persous iutercstcd, that they
inay appeat and make their objectiotis, if any
ihey may have, to said time being exteudcd,
by puMbliing a cerlificd copy ofthis orderiu
the 3Iiddlebury G.ilaxy a uowspaner print-
ed at said Middlebury ihrec weeks succcs
sively prcviuus to the time ofsaiu Court.
J:d. S. Bushncll It'gislcr.
A true copy of rccord.
Attcst, J:d. S. BuskntU, Regista: JO
STATE OF VERMONT,
Uistnct ot Addison, ss. J
Be itremernbered, that ata Probate Court held
at Middlebury, in and for the District of Addison,
on the 20!h day of March, A. D. 1S43,
Carlos IL Samsoa, administrator of thc estate
of HAKMOX SAMSON,
late of Cornwall in said Diatrict, dcccascd, prc
scnts his administratioa acconnt for allowaucc :
It is thereupon ordcrcd, that said acconnt bc con
sidcrcd for allowance by this Court. at thescssion
thercof to be held at thc olliec ofthe Itegistcr of
this Court in said Middlebury, on Thursday thc
20th day of April ncxt, at one o'clock iu dfc nf
tcrnoon: and that said administrator canse no
tice thcreof to Le givcn to all pcrsoas intcrestcd,
that they may appcar and make their objcctiocs,
if any they ma j have, to the allowance of said ac
eount, by publi-ihing a ccrtiiicd copy of this or
der in thc Middlebury Galaxy a ncwspapcr
printed at said Middlebury thrce wceks suc
ccssivcly, prcvious to thc time of said Court.
Jed. S. Bushncll, liegister.
A truo copy of Rccord,
48 Attcst, Jcd. S. Bushnell, liegister.
STATE OF VKItMONT, )
District of Addison, ss. (
Bc it rcmcmbered that at a l'robato Court held
at Middlebury, in and for the District of Addison,
on the 21st day of March A. I). 1S48.
Alanson S. Barker, cuardian of
CRAWFOItD S. CKOOK
of Salisbury in said District, a minor, son of
William IL Crook, latcof said Salisbury, dcccascd,
rcprcscnts to said Court, that it would be bcne
ficial to his said ward to scll all his right and in
tcrest in the tract or picec of land in said Salis
bury which was assigucdandsct out to thc cstatc
of the said William II. Crook, dcccascd, in thc
panition of the rcal cstatc ofEpliraim Crook,
late of said Salisbury dcccascd, bcin an undivi
ded shareof said picec ofland; and movcs said
Conrt to grant hiin Iiccnsc to scll his said wardi
said iatercst iu said land : It is thereupon or
dcrcd, that said applicalion be considercd at thc
scssion of this Court to be held at the ofEce of
tiio Ilcgistcr ofthis Court in sajd Middlebury, on
Thursday, the 20th day of April next, at ono
o'clock in the aftcrnoon, and that said guardian
causc notice thercof to be givcn to all persons iu
tercstcd, that they may appcar and make their
ohjcctions, if any they may have, to said license
lieing grantcd, by puhlisliing a ccrtiSed copy of
this order in the Middlebury Galaxy a ncwspa
pcr printed at said Middlebury thrce wceks suc
ccssivcly, prcvious to thc time of said Court.
J. S.lSushndl, liegister.
A trne copy of Rccord,
48 Attcst, J. S. Btahndl, RegUicr.
To the Hon. the Probate Court for tho District
of Jfew Havcn :
StcphcnL. Ilinds, guardian of
ADALADEaxd JIARGARET IILVDS,
minors, rcsiding in Bristol in said District, rcprc
scnts to said Court that the said Adaladc and
Margaret, are seizcd in fee of two undividcd fifth
part of fifiyacrcs ofland lying in tho townofi
-Monkton inthc County of Addison and State of
Vermont, being thc same fifiy aeres that was j
willcd by Hannah Johnson to Weltha Ilinds, and
thc said "nardian further rcprcscnts to said Court, I
that it will be conducive to thc intercst of his said
wards to scll said real estate, for the purpose of !
puttmg the procccds of such salc at intercst.
xuv uiu gujruiau iui:n:iore prays saia L.ourt to
grant him license to sell thc "said rcal estate
pursuant to the jirovision of thc statute in such
case made and providcd.
STATE OF VERMONT, 7
District of NewHaven, ss
' At a Probate Court holden at Briotol in said
district; on the 20th dayof March 1S48,
The forcgoing applieation being prescntcd to
said Court, it is ordcrcd that all persons con
cerncd bcnotified to appcar bcfore said Court, at
asesaion thercof to bc holden at thc oflicc of thc
Judge of said Court in Bristol in said district on
the rirst Monday jn May 1848, at 10 o'clock A.
31. toshow causc, if any cxist, why thepower
and authorityrequastcd insaid applicalion should
not be grantcd, and for this purpose, it is further
ordcrcd, that the copy of the rccord of this or
der bc publhhed threc wceks successivcly in thc
Middlebury Galaxy a newspapars printed at
Middlebury in this'Statc, all which publications
shall be previous to the said time appointed for
Ilarveg ilansitt, Judge.
A trne copy of Rccord,
H. 3lansiU, Judge. 49
Hea! Sstate for Sale.
The llousc and Lot, pleasantly siiuated
on Seminary street, belonging to ihe Estate
of the Late Jcrusha Frisba. will be sold at
public auclion, at the Hotiso. on Monday
the 24th ofApril inst.. at 2 o'clock, I 31.
3tv fK.V ALLEN, Exccutor.
MRS. R. CLEVELAM)
Takcs this metliod of infonning tha citizens of
Middlebury and viciuity that she is fully prcpared
to continue successfully her formcr business at
the same placc she has occnpied for years.
llaviug rcccntlv returncdVrom Boston with the
she is nrenarcd to cratify thc nictst taste. She
has on hand a large and choice assortmcnt of
Bonncts of all qualitics and styles. Also a large
and bcautiful assortmcnt of liiblons, cmbracing
thc latcst faslnons.
K?- Repairing dono as usual.
3Iiddlcbury, April 8th, 184S. 50; tf.
if 'wmm l
This old es:ablished line of CAKAL BOATS
betwccn Vergennes cc Troy, having changed
proprwlorahip in part, will again bc put in read
iness for business atthe opening of navigation.
Thc undersigned propiiclors of the above
Line, have after much excrtion on theirpart du
ring the pasl winter, piepared themselves torun
in the old way, two Uoats a weck Irom each
place, Troy and Vergennes, in the following
manner.viz: Leaving Vergcnr.es Tuesdays and
Fridavs at 7 o'clock, P. M., and Troyevery
Tuesday and Saturdav at 4 o'clock, P. M.; ar-J
nving at vergennes xuesaay anu t nuay morn
in.'js. Having also leased the Storcs and Wharf,
formerly occupied ty P. CnjirMAN ; and altcr
puttingall iu thcneatest posvible order, wilh al
tcntivc and trusty men, in cach department,
will be prepared to forward, receivc in Storcor
oa dock, all, and cvery kind of propeny, on the
motrcasonable terms" Ashare ol'publicpat
ronage is respeclfully bolicileJ.
P. S. All goods intended for this Line,
should bc markcd.Care ot E.J. L.inR.BF-E,Tro)
All Freighl payable on delii-erv ofthe jwperty.
COLL1NS &. HALL, Propiieu-rs.
. , 7 COLLINS & HALL, Vergennes,
Agents, J E j LAKRABE.1K RivcrM,Troy,
James II. Hookkh, Troy, 50
Jonx HCXTElt, "
3Lvr.LARV & Doucn-n-, Trov,
A. S. Pkp.i:v, & Co., "
Popk Catlix, New York,
O. Bascou , Whitchall,
Bancs & Co., Loug Wharf, Boston.
THE subscribcr havinp parrhafeil of C M.
his entire stock of GOODS. which cora-
pnses a good assortmcnt oi
lass and Hardware,
Offers tho same on as good tcrms as goods of
likc quality can bc obtnined iu this vicinity. for
CWi, Produce of most kir.ds, or apprortd Cretiit.
R. L. FULLER.
Middlebury, March 25, 1S4S. 48
Pork & Hams
MAY belound at
R. L. FDLLER'S.
WE ihe subscribcrs, being appointed by
thu Probate Court for the Diitrictol" Addison
Cotumissiiincrs, to rcccive, examine and ad
juBl all cl.iims aud dcmanda of all persons a
yainsl the cstatc of
lateol Cornwall, in said District, dcccascd.
nmlaUonll claimsnnd ilQinands exhibiled in
ollsct llicrcto.- And si.t montlw from thc 3d
dayof Feb. 1S18 being ullowcd by said
Court forlhat purpose. we do thercforn here-
by give notice thatwe will altcndtoihe busi
ness ol our eaul appoin:mcni at tiio uciiing
house of Romeo Peck. in Cornwall, on ihe
Crst Wediicsdaya of May nnd August next,
from one o'cluck, P. M. until four o'clock P.
M. on cach ofaid days.
Ilcrace Janef, Conmii
John Hartford sioners
Datcd at Cornwall, this 20th day of Ftb-
riary 1813. 40
Thefirmol G.MVCsand McKcand, is this
day disolvcd by mutual consciit. This ar
rangement will make it iicceasary ihnt nll
persons having unscttlcd accounts wilh ihe
lirrn, should sclile Ihe same withnut dclay.
Middlebury Apr. lstlSlS.
N. B. James McKcand would lake this
opportunity to infbrm his IbrtnerJPatronsand
the pubhcgenerally that he will continue thc
Tailoriug aud Cloihinj; husiucts at the old
stnudol Graves & McKeand. aml respect
fully solicit a coutinuatict ol ihe libcral Pat
ronage which has hereloloie heen bestowcd.
A good assoitment ol'Uroad Ctoths, Casei
mcres, Vestings and Trinnnii'gs always on
Parliculnr attcntion paid, as tnual. lo tlie
cullingaiid making of garincnts ol'all kind
in his line, atter thc latcst and most approred
I, H. mm
Will offer ilie halaace of bia tock of Boot and
Slioen at COST ! -J inanyol Iiio goods ad.iplcil
to tlie WinlerTraJe, will poatitcly be eold at Ies
ihau )st. for ibey raust go at ouic price to rlonc
up tlie coacern.
Tlie folluuing low priceH will convince cvery one
that now U the tiuic to buy cbcjp for Cath:
Mrn thicktBoou, 2,00 I S2.50
Uob'ICalf OoubleSole3 to S,50 373 to4,25
CalfllootJ, 2, to 375 I 20 to 5,00
" Leallier aml Veltct lip,5Sc 63c 75c. 83c.
Woaicii's CalfBootee, 96c. 1,13
' KidWalkers. 1.00 1,10 15,. 11
Slips. 5Sc.73o. 67c,. 1,00
Moroccol'olka Boots, 1,37,1,50 1,63, 1,75
Boj Boots and Slioes of all kind at the aror
raics. ilso, Missesaod Ciiilihen Sboea and Boot?
, Thone who make an enty call will findjall
gooJi a ad?ertied,and il bavc lle bcttcbance
to get ibe best bargiuiw
Jliddlcbury, Fcb.21, 1S4S. 43
This may certily that 1 have given my son
Andrew James hisiime until hcshall become
ofthe age of 21 years. and shall noilhcr claim
any of his wages nor pay any dcbts of Iiij
contracling afier thisdnte.
Staiksborough March 27th. 1343.
49 3r JOHN JAMES.
iberationi j ,.
This may ccrlily that I, Harlcy Sunderlin,
havn given my son. Henry L. Sunderlin, his
time during the remainder of his minority,
aud that I shall claim none of hii enrnings
or pay any ofhisdebts. contracted auerthis
Ripton, March 31, 18IS.
49 3w HARLEY SUNDERLI S.
A-FEAViM O RE BARRELS OF
EXTRA SUPERFINE FL0UR.
Warrantedtobeofvcry beit quality, for
Apfil 1. -FRANCIS & 50K.
Boston Business Sards.
The attention f Countiy andSeiport M?rchant,Mn
ufactureni, aml otacri ab-ut vUi.fttg Baon ttpnrehate
Sprln? eiij.pllcy, Is in .,l repecttutly; rcatitailed t Ihe t I
lawiti C.MlO.c-.cij.risIj Merciiant, Maa ifactutc lc
Il-InK (uXty pnpRTcd ln Uie varlnu- bf jihcIips, we on
tracetht faciJitie .f the untry pws, KKOlicit ynur
trarly culb ; &nd wc nsure"our New Ungtand lriiiUi.itiat
no p.niu t-!ia(l bc spami n our j-ari (u U.aA Nirh oM and
new cuiumen. 5x7
tloimftcturer. i; Wholeaale I)eal"r In evcry Ureerlpllon.ir
ltliAlY JlADE CLO T111NU
Granite Bnildin. 40 & 42 Aiu street, Bosi
J08.J. WniTrsa, fl. Ktno,J; C. IV. Gu
PHOUTY AND MEAES'
IMPROVED CUTTINO EDGE, CESTRE
Designcd (or cminmn.nr KiTnt nr !n(lilnz At
si.acniiiplrleaHoilimnt of Acrlcullural and llnrticnltil
ral luiileiiie:ils: llovey'j I'alrni llar Cuurr. &e , tc . ;
Uras', Cai&n, Kiei!ai:d Fl'incrbcrdi, n atnulrj rta
iwn'Kt A!sn I'nrlable mid Uilck Funmccs. fr fteat
liis cliurrtm, ha-pilBl, hnux-a and tmbltc buiMinz-
Whuimale an J retali, 19, 33 auj Xurdi' Maikut ktrcct,
Importcrs and Dcalers in Woolcns and Domcstic
Dn GociN, bv the paekaco or piece.
93 Mili Strcti, opjMite Kilby StrttL)
Gco. G. LijsDtnT, Wm. Otis Epmands,
S. F. Paiiucu.
CHARLES A. WHITE & CO,
Importers and wbolesalc dyalers iu Cloths, Cas
simeres, Ve'tintrs, c.
8 3Iurton BlocL; Jlilk Strctt, Boston.
X6. 11 A'lVty Slrect, up stairs.) Boston,
Importers of Fancy Goods, Frcnch Ornaincntal
China and Bohcmian Glass YnrC
Frcnch nnd Gcrman Importing llotuc, 15-cna1 17
AYiy St. Boston, Wholcsalc dcalcr in French,
Gemian and Enslish Faiu-y GootU and Toys,
i"ine Cutlcrv, Combs. liruihes, Fan', Pcr-
fumcs,Violins,i arricles of Amcrican inanul'acturc.
" """jriCllALL X CO".
Xo. 1 L'nion Strett, Ilavc forsale.oh the best tcrmi,
a gcner.il assortmcnt of DRUGS, J1EDI
CINES, .c. They are alsojgcnts fur tho
salc of Swaim's cclebrated l'anarra nnd Virml
fuge, and all popular I'atcnt Medicines.
Jlanufacturcr and Dealerin
IIATS, CAFS, FCRS. UMBRELLAS, &.C.
Xo. 6 Diamond BlocklIaiJver, near L'nior. street.
CIIKAP FUR CASll, BV T. HUNTER,
MiUiufactory 42 Congrcss strcel, nnd Storc 81
llunurcr strett, eorner of Blachsione.
Jlanufacturcrs and tchclesale dealcrjiu Peujiiuji
BELr-AUJfSTIXO CUAVATS, Nct'K StOCKS,
SmnTs, Bosoms, CoLijus, &c..
9G Washington street, up stairsjBisZ.
AVholesala dcalers m Foreign Fnrits, SaU,
Buttcr, Chccsc, Bcans, Dricd Applcs and Firt
Xos. 19 and 21 iterchmts' Bov.
Dealers in Foncicx jlmi Dohestic Wootr.is,
and Tailoks' Tuimjiixgs, 2 Sarali BlccU, Jlllk
Emr.Ais! Allcx, AViluam E. Allbx.
GEORGE V. ALMY,
Xo. 52 Xortli Markct, arul 19 Ana Street.
Who'.csale & Retail Large Stock Lo;v prices.
18 aud 22 Dcvoashirc Slicil Bolton,
Dcalers iajrroighl-iron Stcam aud Gas I'ipes, tu
bular Stcam ISoilers, Stcam nnd llot Watcr
Originators of that rao.;t itnportant improvcmcnt in
stcam apparalib for wanningfaetories, by which
, sinall tcrought-imi pipcs, in conucction with
improved valvcs and arrangcmeut, aro
substitutcd iorlarge cat-iron nnd copperpipes.
Stcam Parkiag, Engino IIosc, aud aU orti-
cles madc of Viilcauizcd Rubbcr.
cncavcn &. itcncEXcr, Xo. 2 ZJhcrtg Spiars,
GI R1C Co" ,"T uom Paris,)
II A I R CUTTERS& WIG MAKE II S,
Cornerof Hnnoccr aml Vouttstmts,
Formerly at 250 Washington street, Boston.
AXD CARKIAGE TIUMMIXGS,
ncsitY r. rAinnASK", ZiPPearl strett.
(Formerly Fnirbanks, Loring & Co, Bostea.)
Thc most c.iicnsivcii-ortmi.ntof rauictobo
four.d ia the eily Abo, sccoml hand
l'iauo Fortes. at thc lowcst priccs.
A libcral discountto tcachers.
JIARTIN- i ijeal. 13-1 Washington Strezt.
(Succcssors to thc Fulton II. W. Co)
manufacturcr of narrantcd
CAST STEEL SAWS,
Of cvcrv dcscription, wholcsalo nnd rctail.
Xo. ZO t'ongress street, Boston.
V' ZEN AS" VL TjIjnC
31 Sehool Street, offers ntwljolcsale ond rctail, a
splcndid vanetv of frcnch anu Amcncan
at very low prirc.
Purchasers arc invitcd to cxamine this stock.
j i. wnii-pi-E. 90 H cshunton itreet.
l'lates polishcd by steam powcrbcing moro pcr-
tcct, taua Mttcr nnpressions. i.ii:iic3-
cs taken single, or in groups of two
to twenty. Sati.-faction warranted.
DEALER IX HAIt IROX. STEEL.fic,
Ao. 2 Market uare, uosion,
Opposito south side of Fancoil HalL
247 Washington Stieet, Boston. and 257.
Wo have exccited FORTx THOUSA-i
LIKEXESSESind posscssmg cvcry lacmiy,
cantakefiom one to fifty on the same
platc, unsurpasscd by any in tho
23 Xorth Marlet street, Dcston4
Imnortcrs ofSHOE ..MAXUfAtJTUlli.K&-
LEATHEK AXD FIXDIXG
At Xo. 12 State Street, Boston,
t irMlTl-TIIXEr.'fl PATENT ATPAIlATCa
Foronaiinr.rhutiluE nnd UliMt fliuiij.ln auy ae-Ufl
iids, wil'lwu: raising lll- a''- Tli clilwi(,cor.Ti1iiicr
....1 ..,!, ,.r tliis liiTi'nilnn will rommrnd ii 10 pu!.lie uat-
roniie iPau-nlid Joly H.ldlS ) Kictcjfur SlsM.t'oun-J
llwandtimn for Hle by E. Sl . Atso. VTllrw-J
aud firnch tndows Kcorva-
lliiitthcadoiutflouof wlnd, dut,rninandnow.
"CARPET3 YOW FOR CAh7
wtrnTT-ttAT.p. avii 'nr.TAir
At Xo. 102 Uanoeer, eorner of Blaekstone-stBostm.
(Sateuian wauttd.) tt M. V. TLASCY.
KELLEY & LEVIX, (succcssors to E. F. Fol-
lansbce,) 5 Kilby St, Importers ana ucajtu
m English, Frcnch nnd Gcrraafl
Pcncrmrr, DrMt..Wriiln? Dckr, Caardi andTnr
btM and Protll. Kantjf S, Ceimxa
Tori uf all lnil.
rt ..m.,riv lnl:. ln rxamln U1I1 ciKtuIVs
st-jk. Jffsrrn B. KritiT, Sxsts T Utnx,
Bostcn Business Clards.'
XORFOLK AVEXTJE.'REAR OF 1S5 WASU
IXGTOX ST. ,
When in Boston be sure to call ; yoo will always
Snd tho bet cating, cLeap aud cicc nnd
clcan Lodgings at 25 cents." Opcu day
FOREIGX 4 DOME8TIC CAIU'ETIXGS,
Bromjield, near Washlngton'strtet, Boston.
THE ONLY ENTIRE CAS1T
JOBB1XG BOOT AXD SB.0E ST0113'
in Boston, is
Thoxas C. Wales,
19 .y 21 Broad, j- 46 j- 48 Central slrtets.
Cosh BuyerJ, come and ses for voursclvc.
KtxtlTfiib.rijiori. toall Atuerlcn and clioicr Ecx
Hsii rerinJIeaU, sn4Acuard Ihmi In advaucu m ritivc
njeatbjr nuil r Un rvrie, to any partof ibe aiatiirr
lle fiatter Mni-lf t.VtJ b loii rxprrifitci!, and" id
sprcad rejHitaiiuu (or rir.Ncruiur and fUKriip.ff itiII
rrtmnnicuJ hlii t' pro(tviof)aleHitIinrantidprivan; ludl
liduab, OiiXvrs (or any iintluf Boolu whauvcr wrompllf
attdctl (ii. ,
Addrtai l. ViLn7, Ja'rubfUhcr, COSi&tettrcet.Ow-
A CUEMICAL MIXTURE, prcpared tnd toldf
br W. C. XORTH,
142 Washington street, Boston.
It produccs pcrfoct hje-Uka Dagucrrcoiype Mln
Manufaeturers of Dearlmrn's PATEXT BAL
AXCE, PLATFOP.M S. FACTORY BAL
AXCES, Countcr ScaIcs.Town Stacd
ards. 72 H'a.'cr street, 2 doors below Lilertg Squcre.i
BADGER & RYAX,
WholcialS dcalcr m crcrv dcscription of
Rcadr.made Clothing and FumUliing Goode,"
A'o." S Ilitchborn Block, Ann street, Eotltm.
6Yi v fTrS II OL M A N w
Xn. 124 Slate street, BuSton.
ACCOUXT BOOK JIAXUFAC'l UUER,
And Generaf Agvnt for
Perkins' Superior 1'riiitiug uud iting Cnris.
"clil57T kfTjTy "
CHIXA & ULASS WARE. PAPLR HAXO
An cxtcnsivc assurtiucnt fnrkale hv
MIC1IAEL MKT.LKX & CO l, tS snd If
Taken single, or in groups of two to iwcnty, or
raure, in styla and liuUh cqual to ar.v takeu in'
tlie citv, at
Xo. 113 Washington 'St., by PETTEE J
Wholciftla dcalcr3"iti Fdreigirciid.Dcmcitic I'lcco
Goods, Uosiery, Threads, Bindiisgj, Mauufaa
tiircrs of Woolen Vnni,
163 Waihingtm St., Vvtoa
A. F. BAUTI.ETT,
Manufncturer of al! kinds of Inijmred S-'ppcH-ers,
suvh as VUxpin's, FitcKs, tngalt'y, iunuiijfs Ijs
iand othcrs of his own improvcracrrt; alio, I'a
tcnt Elastic Slwtildcf and Sirspcadcr Braccs, and
121 Washington Slrut, rxcr 3!arllvro' Bottl.
MARl'lx L BrXdFORD,
142 Washington St., Boblun,
CDTLEHY, lIARDWARi: & FISH
So!e Agcnt for Jckcsoc'a I'atcn! Tis Ecils,
WITH S1LVER PEXCIL AXD CAfcE,
uarrantcd for S1.25.
. WHITE fi; l'UTTER,
-15 (South Side) S:a!c St. Bot'.otf
COMER'S IX1TIATORY CO LXT1XO
Xo- 1 7 Slate S'.rcet,
Iiuornifajr and evnii. Utr practical n;.tnlctliio ln all
ll.r rFituliiiri of a iicn-ham'tf crk. Au clatt &traf.
yindml" alffrj ln 1'inciilirii sat alile t nip'i,yii.f-n . ayi.
o&tiiin In nll hs briin l.t;ii, iitse . 1 tntrunivii;, tuiui (iiaf
cllclc tailii:, .r. &.C , taithl tborotth'y.
rireatz' ftir litui; i.uihI nrcial, lb;il FnY.j by n targtf
nnnibfr ut tcitiitilc and practtrai nnd 'inii, lu
u-n,in lif ha jM-rmiiloii 10 refcr; anardda JM4.iua at
tletftst Mcclianlrfe rMir.tiNd pfoiiouncrd Uvc.ilrdly fcupe
rbir lonny lan; yfi Inimducnl Manutaciurnl aLifi. i
fa.'e, with a (nrghkiift:(t air furncna, kloi-t, &e,c.f
At 25 Vcronshire St., Boston,
JOHN M. DEAKBORX.
COSTUMER & REGAMA MAXLTACTUB-
IapoaTKnor Gou5.Sh.vcieLces S. Furxocs
Xo. C Court itrcct, (tiear Washington.) Bo:.cn.
Xo. 1 Old Stitte-lunst, Boston, Jronting ort
DEALERSisFI RSTCLASS READYMADE
Adapteil to evcry cmergccey and scasnn. wilh tht.
Iicst re'.eetion of um-ut gooda for order ti iu!e.
TlIOIIAS WlIITJtAJUl!, CllAnLLS A. Sjiitu
Mannfarturers of DiAoxr Pointed
GOLD PEXS. SILVEK HOLDE11S AXB
?30 1-2 Waihingfon street.
LEADlPIPE AND 'SHEET" LEAIh
Patent improvcil Lead 1'ipe and Shcct Lead man
cfartcrcd nnd for salc at thc Lowcst l iiccs,
for cash. AI50, Engli-h i Amcricau
GEOr.cr hrtcxt:r.s, Corntrof Watcr cud Cost
RUTLAND & BURLINGTON
Two assessmcnts of fivo dollars eaph have he m
ordcrcd by thc Dircctors on each shareof thc cap
ital stock oftbe Kntlnfidand Brfrli'aRton Railroad
Company ; ono made paynhle on the first dav of
May next, and thS otlier on the tcnth dav of said
Paymcnts may bc made to thc Banks of Bur
lington, Vergennes, Jliddlcbury, Rutland, Black
Rivcr or Bellows Fall ; to the Ckeshire Bank,
Kccnc.' X. II.y to Edward Pickerlng Esq, Xo. 6a
State Strcct.'Boston, orto tho Trcasurcr a: hb
ofScc in Middlebury.
.SAMUEL SW1FT, Trcasurcr.
March 18; 1343.
WE, tlie subscribcri, being nppninlcd hv
the ProbaleCourllor ihe Uistrict ofAudion
ComiiitfKii'iiers, to rcceive, rxnmitic nnd nd
jnst nll claimit and deniandi of all persons a-
gainei the estate of
late of Orwell in said District, dereaml nm
also all claims nnd demands cxhibited in otv
setthereto: And six months from the Hilt
day of April 1S4S being alloweJ fcy wiiil
Coart f.rthnt purpose. we do ncreby cTJi;
notice that wc will nttenJ lo the businrsa
ofonrsaid appoinimem, at ihe d wellingjiouso
of Zcphantah Nearing, inOnHrnn thelast
in Sept. (romuine o'clock,: A. .M.unlil ur
o'clock, P. M. said day .
Eli Root Cemtnh
Rosicell Botfcm Jr. y tioners.
Ta'ed nt Orwell this 10iJv daj hf A-ril
181S. 30 3