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F20JT TJIE NEW YOHK nEBAI-D.
To iht Hcmse of Represenlalives of Ihe Uniled
It is with cxtrcrae rcgret that I foal myself
ccnstrained by thc duty failhfully to cxecule
Iho oflice of Presidcnt ofthoUnited Statcs,
and to thc bcst of my ability "to prcservc, pro.
tect and defend the constitution of thc United
Statcs " to rcturn to that Houso in which it
originatcd, the bill "to providc for the better
collection, safe-kccping and disburscment of
tho public rcveniio by means of a corporation,
to bc slyled tho Fisnal Corporation of tho Uni
ted Statcs," with my written objeclions.
In my messago sent to the Senate on thc
I6th day ot Aucust last, returninc thc bill "to
1st. It may jusiify sub3lantially a system of
discounts of tho most ob'jectionable characler.
It is iO deal in bills ofexchango urawn :n ono
itatc and payablo m another without any ro
straint. The bill of p.xciiango may havo an
unlimited term to run, and its renewabllily is
no where guarded ngninst. It may in fact,
assume the most objeclioinble form of accomo
dation. It is not rcquired to resl on any uc
tunl, rcal, or substantial cxchange basis. A
rlrawer in onc place bccornes the ncceptor in
another, and so in turn the acceptor may be
come the drawer upon a mutual understand-
injj. It may ai the saine time iuduhie in mere
locnl discounts under the namo ol uiIU ot ex
change. A bill drawn a'. Pliiladt'lphia on
Carnden, New Jersev at New York on a
incorDorate thc subscribers to the Fiseal Bank border lowr. in New Jersey al Cincinnati on
ofthc United Statcs," I distinctly dcclared Newport, Kfntucky, not to multiply other ex
that "my own opinion has been uniformly pro- nmples, mishl for any tliing in this bill to re.
claimed to bc against tho exercisc of thepow- strnin it, bccomo n mere tnnter of locnl ac
ar cf Congresslo creatc a National Bank to commodation. Cities thus relatively situated
operate per se ovcr the Union," and cnterlain-' would posscss advantnnes over cities olherwise
iag that opinion, my main objcction to that '. situated, of sd decided a charactcr as most
bilJ wasbased upon thc highest moral and rc- jusily to excite dissatifuction.
lijrious obligations of conscicnce and tho Con- Second. There is no limit prcscribed to the
ttitution. I prnmium in the purchase of bills of exchange,
I readily ndinit, that, whilst thc qualifkd Veto thereby corrccling none of tho cvils under
with which thc Chief Magistrate is investcd, which thc community now Iabors, and opera
thould be recardcd, and was intended bv the tinc most injuriously upon the agriculturni
v.ise mcn who made it a part of thc Constitu- i States. in which the incqunlilies in tho rates of
mscrrative principle of our exchange aro tnost severcly felt. Norarethcsr
tion, cs a great conscrv
evstem. without tho exercisc of which. on im- thc on.'y consequences.- a resumption ofspecie
p'ort&nt occasion, n mere rcprescntative major-; paynients by the banks of thnso Statcs would
iiymighturgc thcgoveriiment.in its legislation j be liubtc to indffinito postponemcnt Ibr. ns
rycnd tlie limils nxcd by its iramers, or mighl
eirt its just powcra too hastily or oppressivcly,
yct it is a powcr which ought to bc most cau
Jtously cxcrtcd, and pcrhaps ncvcr exccpt in a
casc imeminonlly involving thc public intcrcst
or onein which thc calh of thePresidcnt,actir!g
under his couviclions botb mcntal and moral,
smpcriously requircs its exercisc. In such a
casc he has no altcrnative. Hc inust eithcr
cxcrt the ncgativc power cnfrustcd to him by
the Constitution chicfly for its own prservation,
prolcction, cnd dcfcnce, or coinmit an act of
gross moral turpitudc.
Mere rcgard to tho will of a majority, must
not, ina Constitutional Rcpublic likc ours,
control thissacred andsolemn duty ofasworn
rfficer. Thc constitution irsclf I rccard and
cherish as the cmbrdicd and writtcn w 11 ofthc i
wholo Pcoplc ofthc United Statis It is their
fkod and iunt'amenfal Iaw, which they unani
mously prcscribc to the public functionaries,
their mcrc truslees and servant?. This their
the onoratioT of thc iiencii'.s in tho uiterior
woull chiefly ronsist in selling bills of ex
change, and the purchiKes could only be made
in spccio or ihe uuti's of batiks payiug specie.
the State ISanks would eilher havc to continue
with their doors closed. or exi-t at the mercy
of tlii s nationnl monopoly of brokerage. Nor
can it be p.isscd over witliout rcmnrk, that,
whilst the District of Coluirihia is madu the
snat of the principal batik, its citizcns uro cx
cludcd from all participation in any benefit it
might afTorri, by a positivc prohibition on the
bank froin all discounling wiihin the District.
Thc..e arc snm-j ol the obj-ctions which
prominr-ntly exist ngaingt the details of llic bill.
olhnrs might be tiruvd of inueh furcc bnt it
would be unprofilabe to de!l upon thctn.
Siifiice it to aild. tnat this clmrter is doigr.ed
to continue for twenty years witliout a com
petitor that tlic defccts to which I have alludfd
being founded in the fundnmentnl Iaw oftlie
Corporation, are irrevocible and tliat if the
nbji'ciions bc wc l founded, it would be over
8 o'clock A. M. for tho above purpose,
Motioncd that a public concert bc given in
the cvening of said day, by the singcrs of the
di(Terent socicttcs who may thcn mcet, free of
,Motioned that thc chairman and secretary b'
appninted a committeo to givc notice of the
above cnlled convention, and invitc all intcrest
ed in thc science to attend, and takc part in
the discussions, by requesting tho printcrs of
the newspnpers in tho County to pubhsh the
Geo. A. Miller, Cltairman.
C. E. Field, Seerelary.
Hyder Barncs, w
Abel P . SkiiT, vr
Wintcr H. Holley. w
Ebsn'r. Malhcwp, w
Bcnjamin Ferris, w
Justis N. Dart, vr
Joseph P. Ball. vr
Charles Robbins, w
Isacc J. Culwcll w
Samuel Swift, w
Russel Easlman, w
Alfred P. Roscoo, w
Silas Pond, w
Franklin Bump, 1 gain
Elisha Bascom, w
Benj. L. Knight, w
J.itn Pierpoint. I g
Charles Bacon, I g
Elijah G. Drakc, w gain
Fuller Brown, w
'V'U, and tho Jaw which thcv havc mvcn us as
tnc rulcotouraction, hasnoguard, noguaran- iiaziroous to pass tlic biil mio a Iaw.
tco of prcscrvatiou, protcction, and defence, ' In conc'mion I takc lenvc tnost rospectfully
but the oaths which it prcscribcs to public ofii- j t0 say, that 1 hive felt the most anxiouj solici
rers, the sanctity with which thcy ihall rcl'f- tudc to mT.t thc wihes of Congnpss in the
tausly cbservc thosc oathc, and the palriotism j ndoptiun of a Fiseal Agent, which, avoiding all
with which thcy phallshield it by their own sov- conslitutinnal ohjtjctious, should hurmnnize
Tcignty, which has mado thc constitu'.ion su- onflicting opinions. Actuatcd by this ftelin
prcme. It must bc cxcrtcd against the will of j ' have bt-cn ready to yield much, in a spirit of
a mere rcprescntative majority, or not at all. j conciliation, to thc opinions of others. And it
It ia alone in pursuancc of" that will that any I "'h great pain that I iiow feel compcllud to
mcasurea can cver rcach thc Presidcnt ; and to d.flcr from Conjjress n second time iu thc saine
ay that bccausc a niajoritj- in Congrcss have ! scssinn. At the eommencement of this scs.
rasscd a bill the p:es:dent should thcrcforc ! s,an- inclincd from choicc to defer to the lrgis-
inction it, 13 toobrogate thc powcr altcgrthcr, lauve w:ll, I submittcd to Cougrcss the pp-
a iiscai A01" wincli.
tho Constitution, would
separale the public nionpy from the Executive
control, ncrircrm thc cperntions of tho Trcasury
! j witliout bting burthensoins to the poopli-, or
nif or.vcmen!, or expen-ive to the (riivernment.
It is uYeplv to be regr tiru, that this dopnrt
ment of the Gorerninent raniuit, upon cons'i u
iion.il groundf, concur with the Lenislative De
paitnnnt in this last meaure proposed to nttain
lh"?p fttimhli nhlfrl: Ovvinif tn tni. liriofeTinM
dcclared could not reccive my sanction? Is btwien the p.'riol ofthc deatli of my lamcntfd
it iuch z bill cs calls fcr thc cxcrcise of thc 1 pro!eccss"r and my own in:all itio-i into ofllfc, I
negative powcr nuder thc Constitution 1 Dres . wa in fact, H'H leii t;me to prrparc ad suhniit a
it viclatc thc Ccnsiilulioii bv crcatiac a Na- dlir. tc rercmmcn lation of my own.in m rn-
svork of absolute supcrcrosation. Thc dutv j wi'.hout violnting
is to guard tho funddmental wtll of the pcoplc
themselvcs from in thh casa I admit uninten
tional change orinfraclion by a majority in
Congrcss ; and in that light alonc do I regard
tho cors'Kutional duty whtch I now most r-.
Is this bill, now prjsontcd for my nj proval
r.r difapproval. stich a bill as I have atrcady
ionai uank to rpcratc vr se over the Union? wmwj mu, mv im i a-. i.-h uuwij
titlc. in thc tirst olace. describes its ncntra! " a.os,l anxiooa atl. mpt to co,.lorm
naracter. It is "An act to nrovtdo fcr thc :...:... i c..., i
ui'nerciiiieciioDr.ieKCCDin2aciaist)iirscmciu ,nn.i;iiin.i .,),;,..; i.. f.i.. i.:n
of ihep uOiic rcvcr.uc Ly mcans cf a Corporation ,ut ihe perioil of tl.d r gjlar sess on wili co-.n ar
to be stylcd thc FUcal Corporation ofthc Vni-' rive wl.en it will he my iluiy.undi-r aiiohur clause
trd States." In stylc, thcn, it is nlainly na- iftlic constituti m " to give to the Conjrres-i i-
tionai m its chcractcr. Its powcrs, funclions, ! formati'in otthe tate of tlie 1'iiion, r.nd rccoin- !
and dutics arc thcrc thatpertain to thc collcc ' n,fn ! l-ue'' "'cuies os I hall jud-e necessary j
iing, keephs, and dislursing thc vubhc rcvc-' ?nd y.- And 1 .u. si re.pectlully sulmut
tt, i... . j l. Tt. . i in a spir.t (iriinraiiinv. whether the prfsfnldiffer-!
nuc. Inc means by which thcse arc to bc cx- "..i.i u .-...i r...,i i.:.
-5 1IHU WL l(i').U lUiillLl ltliJI 1
cnea, u a erpcrauon, to bc stylcd thc l'tcai tillei am wie lt;r tlie p,.Cu!iariy .ifmy ituati.m
Corporation of the Uniled States. Itisacor- .Joes not cntitleme 10 a no-tnoi cmcnt ui this snb-
poration created by thc Congrcss of the United j-.-rt to .i more . Uipicinus piriod fr dehheraiion.
Statcs, in its cha'ructrr of a national lcgisla-! Tnc twoHnusesof Co-jrres-i hare distingui-h-1
turctor the whoie Union, to psrform the fiscal r" uiemiives :u u.is uxir.ioruina y sessi -n, l.y
parposes, niect the fiscal wants and exigencies, , ' P"'""""" of an in.mcnse ina-cs of lahor at
' 'i j . r , 7 i season verv untavorable, Iioth lo healtti and
ft th " ' niCeTrt.thf"aSe"-incti0n; audhavepnss.d mnny laws, which I .
cies of the Trcasury of thc United Statcs. .vlli irove u:hv heni . .. ' inIprHSla
Moscs L. Colton, I
Wm. A. Griswold w
Aaron L. Bcacb, w
John Webstcr, 1 g
Elijah G. Stanton, I
Hcman R. Smith, w
Alcxandcr Fcrguson, w
Zebina liliss, w
S. Boardman, w
Ransom Joncs. I
Robert White, w
Silas Isham, w
II. A. Naramorc, I
Alson Landon, w
Horaco King, w
Nathan T. fc'prague, w
Joscph Sheldon, jr.
Jam .s Flagg,
S. W. Adams,
Bcn. T. Necdham,
David B. Lewis,
C C. Stonc,
H. N. Barber,
W. W. Thorp,
J. II. Hubbard,
Slich IS Its own dcscription of itself. Do ' nfihn rnunlrv. and fulK-anr.wrr ilt iiiQi iTwrih.1
its provisions contradict its own title? Thcy linns. It Insliccnmy good liirtune ai.d p!ea-,uie
it istrue, tnat by its hrst scction it to concur wun uiem m au incabun-s exccpt ttns.
provides that it shall bo cstablishcd in the Dis
trict of Columbia, but thc amount of its cap
ital the manncr in which iis stock is to be (
subscribed for and held thc pcrsons and bod
ies corporate & politic by whom its stock may
bc held the appointments of its dircctors, and
tneir powcrs and dutics its fundamcntal ar-
And why boald cur diffeimccs on tliis nlone bs
pushed ti cxirenies? It is my iinx'.otw desne
that it shoulJ not be. 1 too have l en bnrdene.l
with extranrdhary Iabors of late, and I sincerely
drsire time for deep and dcliher.ne rtfl-ction, on
this the rc'alest ilil&culiy of my administration.
Mav we not now pause, until a moie favurable
time, when, with tlie tnost anxinu? hpe ihat the
ticlcs, cspccially that to cstablish agcncics in Executire and Congress may cordially unite.
my pnrt of thc Union thc corporate powcrs some measurt ot hnance may be dfliheraiely
and business of such agencics thc prohibi-, adpted. promotive of the good of our cominon
tion of Congrcss to cslablish any other cor- c"Vn',r i i , , ,
poration, w4 similar power, forO ycars,whh ! itS navV "btL'K tfc
cxprcss rcscrvalicn, in thc same clausc. to
modifyor crcatc any bank for the District of
Columbia so that thc aggregato capital shall
not excced five millions without enumera
ting other fcatures which are equally distinct
ivc and characteristic clcarly show that it
cannot be regarded as other than a Bank of
the United States. with no power seemingly
more limitcd than havc hcretoforc becn grant
cd to such an institution. It operalcs pcr se
ovcr the Union, by virtuc of the unaided, and j
in my vicw, as assumcd authority, of Congrcss '
as a national lcgislaturc, as distinguishod from
- ----- v. K, unytcsa ior ine iisinci
those of ascttVd convciion. foundeil, in'mv opin-
- :...: r . . - n .
iuii. uu u u-si vicw 01 me uDinuiion. xuai in
arrivins at it, I have bi-cn acluated by no other
motiv-p or dpsire, than to upliolj the instiluticns
ol ihe rountiy, as they h.ive cumedown in u from
the hands of our God-like ancestors and that I
s!ih1I csteem my cfTorts losusi.-iin them. even tho'
I perish, morf liopor.ible ihan towin the applause
of men by a sacrifice of mv duty and my cnn
science. ' JOHN TYLER.
Washicgton, Sept. 9, 1S41.
In convention of delegates from the Singing
of Columbia, as the local legislature of the Societies of Middlebury, Salisbury, Bridport,
Distrist. I Whiting, Shoreham and Cornwall, held at the
rZrnS !W' has House of Truman Parkill, in Cornwall on
as local aiscount. Both werc privTleces con i Sa,urday ,ho 2Sth of AuSust 1841 G- A
icrrea, ana nom cxercisea oy virtuc ot the a
fbrcsaid power of congress,ovcr the whoie Un
ion. Thc question of power remains un-
changcd, without referencc to the extcnt of
pnvilcge granled. If this proposcd corporation
is to bc regarded as a local Bank of the Dis
trict of Columbia, investcd by Congrcss with
gencral powcrs to opcrate over thc Union, it is
obnoxioustostill strongcr objections. It as
sumes that Congrcss may invcst a local insti
tution with gcneral or naCnnnt With
the same propriety that it may do this in re
Erd to a Bank of the District of Columbia, it
7,7Jr -7 , uaDk' "t, whocan in
fulk hl10 ,d fa-thatthis Government can right
iSth "?,n,8atato Bank its fiscal agfent,
to thedebailsof thc IZtly doTot
mend ,t strongly to my adopdon. AWrfS
tico of eorne of jts provisions will mffice .
Miller was appointed chairman and E. C. Eield
The object of the mecting being stated by
Mr. Lavake as follows, viz. to take into con
sideration the propriety of appointint; a Coun
ty convention, for the purpose of discussing
such matters as may relate to the Science of
A motion was passed that we will sustain
such convention and at said convention wili
discuss the following queitions,
"Should singing be performed by the whoie
congregation or by aselect chdir."
" Should singing' bo sustaind by the Society
in the same manner as' preaching or by the
Motioned that a county. conyetion be held in
Uornwalt on vvednesaay tne 20th of Sept. at
Arlington, Ilarmon Canfield,
Bennington, Asa Dotj-,
Dorset, Wm. J. Martindale,
Glastenbury, Asa. G. Hewcs,
Landgrove, Calvin P Mead,
Manchester, Lconard Scrgcant,
Pownal, B. E. Brownall,
Readsboro', Jocl Houghlon,
Rupert, Seth Sheldon,
Sandgate, Roswell Tuttle,
Searsburg, Ashlcy Stonc,
Shaftsbury, Simeon Martin,
Stamford," Ira Stroud,
Sunderland, Edmund A. Graves,
Windhall, Francis Kiddcr,
Woodford, William Alverson,
Bradford, Alvin Taylcr.
braintree, Jabcz fcinith,
Brookfield, No Election,
Chelsea, L. B. Vilas,
Corinth, Danicl Dearborn,
Fairlee, Zebulon Norris,
Newburj-, A. B. W. Tenncy,
Orange, Horace Fifield,
Randolph, "Wm. Ikbard,
Strafford, Danicl Cobb,
Thetford, II. H. Kiles,
Topsham, Charles Grow,
Tunbridge, h. roster,
Vershire, S. T. Wiggins,
West Fairlee, Geo. May,
Williamstown, Enoch Howc,
Belvidere, R. Tillotson,
Cambridge, J. Baker,
Eden, E. Hinds,
Elmore, Seth Town,
Hydepark, Almon Boardman,
Johnson, Asa Andrews,
Morristown, George Small,
Stow, Nathan RobTnson,
Waterville, D- C. Hulburd,
Wolcott, Porter Cranc,
Albany, S. S Hovey,
Barton, II. Pierce,
Brownington, Elisha White,
Charleston, S. Colc,
Coventry, Elijah Cleveland,
Craftsbury, D. Dustin,
Derby, J. G. Chandler,
Glover, - Wm. H.. Martin,
Greensboro', N. H. Scott,
Irasburgh, Charles W. Prentiss,
Jay, -W. Charlton,
Lowell, W. S. Flint,
Newport, William Moon,
Salem. Jo3iah Lyon,
Troy, J. Burnham,
Westfield, N. H. Downs,
Westmore, Ethan Blodgett,
Grand Isle Co.
Albnrgh, N. Kinsley,
Norlh-Hero, J. Hazon,
South-Hcro Hector Adams,
Concord, Nathan J. Grarcs,
L. C. Turner,
H. N. Baylies,
F. A. Wright,
S. Davis, jr.
Joseph W. Carpcnter,
Sam'l A. Chandler,
James Ilall, 2d.
J. P. Ingalls.
Richard F. Rowell,
E. M. Magoon,
H. H. Hcnry,
Sewell Fullam, jr.
Truman H. Safibrd,
O. P. Chandler,
Rufus K. Hcnry,
William S. Ncwton,
II. II, Barton,
S. L. Billir.cs,
J. M- M. Shaftcr,
John P. Warren,
Towns Paine, Smilie Hutch. Scat.
Windsor, 22 3177 2156 017 H3
Chitlu.tden, 15 1809 1639 138
Rutland 5 853 483 172 17
Addison, 12 1171 043 117
Washingt0D,16 1412 2508 264 10
Orleans, 10 629 055 109 11
Caledonia 17 1770 2095 50
Bennington, 10 10:13 1111 125
Franklin, 2 294 150 10 9
Orange. 16 2107 2663 402 2
Lamoille, 11 516 1089 191 12
Grand-Isle, 2 161 92 2
lsex, 1 118 46
Windham, 12 1527 1003 117 10
Total. 151 16577 10398 2320 220
Eishty.five town not heard from. which in
1840 gave Jonison, whig, 9441, Dilhngham;
In the towns heard from ars 131 whigs, and
77 locos, electcd to the House, and 20 whigs
7 locos to the Senate, leaving Bennington and
Essex counties doubtful.
Twenty.ono towns not heard from, which
last year clected clevcn whigs nnd tor. locos
to thc House.
week's quotations, viz : First quality, S5 50
a5 75. Second quality, 84 75 a 5 25. Third
quality S3 00 a 4 25.
Stores. Wo noticcd a small lot of Two
year old's sold for $9, and a lot for $10 and
12. We quotc Two year old, 83 a 14. Threo
vcar old. S12 a 19.
Sheep. A Iargo numbcr of siore shccp werc
at market, and many of thc lambs werc small
and ordinarv. pnccs Iow, and aull. we noti
ced lots of ordinary lambs sold for 50c, 80, 81-
00 and 81 12. Better qualitics, lo,Oia3,
81 62 Sl 75. S2 00 and 82 12.
Stcine. Dull. Lots to peddla sclectcd, 3
and 3 3.4 for sows and 4 1-4 for barrows. A
lot Old hogs. part barrows, at 3, and a lot of
barrows at 3 1-2. At retail, 4 and 5.
1 Addison County Cdiirt,
June Term, 1841.
1VI a r r i e d .
In Bridport, on the 9th inst, by Rev. Dana
Lamb, Mr. Jour G. S.xc,of Si. Albans, to Miss
Sor-niA N., daoghter of Hon. Calvin Solacc, of
In Weybridge, oo Suoday last, Mr. Abratiam
DnNNisa Jr., aged 39 years.
In West Poultney, August 29th, William
Hesrt, infantson of Rcv. Lyman Prindlc, aged
In this village, on Sunday evening, 12th inst.,
at 11 o'clock. ol thescarle: fever, Scsan Sopnu,
daughtcr ot Zachariah and Juha Bcckwith, aged
Bettrr tiat the tlnj etood mett in the rarrnilne light. than tr"
d throufh tbe voij iaj, to gatbcrin blacknenand endla
Mondat, August 30, 1841. . -At
Market 825 Beef Cattle, 1100 Stores, 5;
100 Sheen. and 900 Swine. 275 Swine were
reported last week. A large number of Cattlo,
Sheep and awine unsoid.
Pbicks. Beef Cattle. We continue lasi
GAICS A. COLLAIIER,
' Joseph C.Bradley, "6TTHEREAS. at ihe
TYuslee.J ' term ol ihe coun
ty court, held at Middlebuiy, ia and fcr tt e couniy
of Aildison.on the second Tuesday ol'Junc 1840,
Gaiii3 A. Cidlamtr, of Bristol, in said county,
cominenccd his action by fummons against John
H . Iluwden, late ol saiu Biiatol, an abiconding
or cnncealed debtor. in which Josenh C. Bradlev
f said Bristol was alsn summoned as truste e of
the said Huwden, in a plea ot the case, Ibr 500,
fur wnrk and l.ibot, care and diligpcce ofthc said
Collamcr, done and performed fur the said How
den ; also for S500, fur g"ods, wares and mer
chucdize sold and delivercd by ihe siid Collamcr
to the said Howden; a'so fur 8500, fur money
lent and advanced, paid. lai.l out and expendcd ;
also fur 8500, for money had and received by the
said Hnwdenof the said Collamer as per wrii
n fi'e. And tlie term aioresaid, the said Colla
roer came bv H. Needham, hi3 attorney, anJ be
cause said Howden wns outof this Slate, and had
not reronal notice ol suid su.t, dav thereof was
siven ccc, from term to term until the p'esent
term of said court; And now tl.e said Collamor
comes by his said atiorney ; and whereas, it is
not shewn to ihe rnun thal the said Howden has
had pcrsonal noiice of said suii. it is nrdered by
the cuurt, that the plainlifi cause nmice thereof
ro be (jiveu lo the said Howden by publishinir
he subitancc nf his decbratioc, nnd thi order,
wiih notice of the continuance of said ciuse, in
the Middlebury Tcople's Piess. a ne-.vspapcr
p-i:itcd in siid Middlebury, three wecks sucres
ivilv. the last of which pnhlications to be tliiriv
day befure the next term nf said Ccurt. And
day thereof was futther given, &c, until the said
next lerm io oe new oc im secoi.u Tuesdnv ot
December, 1841. S. SWIFT, Cler'k.
STA TE OF VEKMONT, ?
DtsTntCT or Addiso.v. 13.
E it rnnftul'ered that at a Probate court, held at
at Middlebury, in and for the district of Addison
on tho8ll day ef Scptember 1841,
Laurin Drakp, of tyeybridgc, in a:d diitrict, ad
miui strator.of Ihe cstatc of
late of said Weybridge, deceased, presantJ hia petition
in "ritina, prajing that he ciay bn licenaed lo sall
the whoie ot the real eUU of Ihe said deceaacd for
the purpuse of payinif the drbta against said estate
and expen'es of adtninistration, andtherein stti fotlh
Ihe amount of dcbt9 due from the decea:.cj, of the
chargesof administratiun. Ihe value ofthc personal
estate, and the situation of Ihe ctatc to be sold, and
that it h nccessary to sel! the whnle real estate of the
said dcceised for the purpo?vs aforcsaid ; And it is
Ihcreupon ordered that the said application Ior lirense
to sell real eslate be considered at a sessiun of said
Court (o be hoMtnat tho oflice of the Jut;e ofid
court in Middlebury in anil for Ihe district of Addison
on ihe 29lh day of Sepleml tr, inst., at one o'clock
in thi afternoon, and thtthe said administralor cause
notice thereof to he given to all pnsons inturested, b
pubhshinga. ccrtified copy oftln's uider in the AliUdls
bury Pecple'd Pres, a newpaper prjnted in said Mid
dlebury, thrce weeks sucessivelv, prcvious lo the time
ofsaidcouit. S. SWIFT, Jujge.
A true copy of record,
S. Swift. CltrV. 19 Siy
BANK OF VERGENNES NOTICJ5.
A GREEABLY lo an act ofthe Lctrisla'are, passfd I
Octoutr 1310, hy which evrry Dank vliosechar-
ter shall he exlendrd, is rcquirnl lo call in Iho hnle
amount t-f its cjpitdl stock nilhin nr.c year fiom its
rencwal, the steckhoMers of Ihe liank o'f Vei"ennt3
are hereby notificd that tn ilolbrs un cach shaiv of
thc capilal stock is rcquired to be paid in by Ihe 13th
day ot uecemocr next.
Bv order of Ihe Preidcnt and Dircctors,
1SAIAH SCOTT. Caihier.
Vergennes, SepterabcrS. 1811. 198.V
'T' HIS tnay eertify t bat I haveglren mytcn, Sk
Hanks, hu time to trade for bimie'f, ontil l
shall bfcome ofthe ge of 21 jcars. I iball neithcr
exact snv of his waga s or fy iny debts or 1 h ecn
tracting after tl.is dale. ALVIN HANKS.
Lincoln. Sept. 9, 1841. 19 Snr
QAME into the enclosure of the subscnbcr, aboet
the 20lh of August, a hright red iwo years clJ
Heifer. Tha owner ia requsited to prore pioperty
and'take ber away. OTIS GOODRICH.
Middlebury Sept. 7, 1841. 19 3vr
1"S hereby given, that a petition will be pre
11 ferred by the subscribers, to tho Legisla
ture at thcirnext session. nt Montpelier, in and
for the state of Vermont, in Octobor next, for a
ta.x of four ccnls pcr ncrc, on all the lands in
Avcry's Gorc, in the county of Addison, to dc.
fray the expense of moking Roads und buildinu;
Bridges in said Gorc.
Avery's Gore. July 13, 1841.
WiLLuai S. Swa,
David S. Gseek,
17 3r and others.
HE Dwellinff House, and Lot
latcly owncd and occuoied by
B. ShurtlilfEsq. in this villngc
For tcrms &c. inquire of
0th. 1841. 3:w.
COTTON BATTS by the bale,
Middlebury Sept. II, 134 1. ' 9 tf
New Fall Gootls.
BIRGE is now recjvinig 1 li usnil sudpI
of yi '
Fancy and staple BRY GOO US -
Those who wish to buy Good GooDs'CHEAr,
wi I pleasccall and exsmine them.
Hrpt. 13, 1341.
FIRFt FIEE.'f FIREH!
rin.'lE membcrs of tho Vermont Mutual
Firc I.nsuranco Company nrc hereby no:i
cing that the following asscssments have becn
madtjby tho Dircctors on all nolcs in forcc 00.
the fillowin days to wit.
Sept. 13i!i, "
" 18th, "
iVarch Gib, "
1-2 ofono pcrcent.
'1.2 " "
per cent &cis
ment, fur tho year said pcr Jcentogo to be
.is 1 on uie origimn nmount 01 tho premium
notc, without refb'enco to any endorfcincnt
and to bo paid ro the Trcasurer.at his ofiice in
Montpelier, on or beforo thc 20th day ol Octo
bcr 1831, being thc day ofthe annucl mecting
ofsaid Coinpnny. Membcrs ofiho conipanv
will pluuse bcnr in mind that a good chiiuco
will be given them lo forward nnnpy by tho
membcrs of the Legislature, and it " is hopo
Ihat none will fail to avail themselvcs ofthe cp.
portunity, IlARRY VAIL, l rcusurer.
Montnel;- -. Auirust 9ib. 1841. 16:3w.
The 11:0 ii highly approvcd Meuicm
now in gencral use for Coughs
Colds, and all Diseascs
of Iho Lunffp.
I Addison Couniy Couit.
June Term, 1841.
Joseph C. Bradlev,
Joiiji HoWDE.f ,
AT the prfsent term ef this ceurt, comrs Jo?cph
C. Uradley, of Umlol in Ihe couniy of Addison,
inhisOKn pcuon, and lirins into Court heie, his
certain nril and declaration against John Howden, 6f
Bristol afortsaul, and a rrturn offrrvicc thercon, in
an action on bookaccount; and because it is sinrgcst
ed to this coutt, that the said John Hoaden is ahsent
from this State, and has not had peifonal notice cf
said suit. it is ordcrcd by the coutt, that the said
plaintilTcause notic- thereof to h gircn him by puh
lishing Ihe s'lbstancc of his declaration and this order,
with notice nf Ihr continuance cf baid cause in the
Middlebury People's Prcss, a newspaper prinled 111
Middlebury in said rounty, three weeks successively,
the last of whicb publ.'cationi lobe at least thirly day-.
hcfore the next term of said Court ; and day thereof
was given hc, unlil the said next term to te htld on
thc second Tuesday or December, 1841.
19 3.V S. SWIFT. CUric.
EOWIM H. SPRAGUE, M, D.,
RESPECTKULLY inlorms tha citizens of MiddU
bury, that he has locitfd hiintelf in this vdUge,
and now tenders his profestiunal terwces to all such
as may desire them.
The underigried will o devote himseK particu
larly 'o Ihat class ot in-lividua!. who msy reqmre sur
gical aid. hc will howeycr attend in all tuo depail
ments ofrne.lic.il practice.
He wuld tlso take tbis opporlunit) nf Informln;
Ihe public generally, that the various operations up
on Ihe EYE, viz: for slrabismus orsqintin, eclrop.
lum, an I other deformities, cararact, aitiScial pupil,
will bc performrd on teiscr.ablc tenr.i.
Hc is alo willing to insure succrss in Ihe opera
tion for rcstoring Club-fcet to a perftctljr uitural po-
sitiun, and all individuals in th:s place, or the country
around who are laboring under this deformily, are
respecllully Invited lo give tnrr. a call, wlio may aian
times be Ibund by inquiring at hu office, or buarding
place at J. C. Huntington's.
E. H. SPRAGUE, M.D.
Aliddlebury. July 1811.
STATE OF VERMONT,? "
Ditlricl of Addison, is. $
BE it remtmhered, ihat at a Probate Court
held nt Middlebury, in and fcr ihe district
ol Addison, 0.1 thc 27ih day of Aunust, 1341,
Jacob Dewey, administintor ofthe eslate of
late of said Middtehuiy, decease.l, rcpresenfs to
this rourt ihat the said dereased. ia his Iifet:me
was under curifact lo deed to tiqnirc J. Howard
of Bnmdon in the cnumy of Rutland, sevecleen
arresoHand itibaid Middlebury, being part ofl.its
No. 27 and No. 2S ; and thal he was also under
cnntwci 10 deed 10 John Lamphere, one half acre
offfrom lotNo. 27; and prays that he may be
lirensed as administrat..r aioresaid. to convey
said pieces of land nccrdini t siid contraru ;
It is iherffore ordeied thit said application be
c.msfdered at a probate cnurt to be held at the
office of tbe JiJ'lge ofsaid rourl in Middlebury in
nnd for the District of Addin on the 22d day of
Septcmbermxt. stone o'clock in the afiernoon;
and ihat noiice thereof hy be given 10 all persons
inrprcste.. 10 aopearat aid Coutt, and make their
objectioii to irranting such Licensc, by publishin;
ctrtifiid copy of this.ppier in ihe Middlebury
ennle's Fress. a ntwsparnrprinted in said Mid
dlebury, three weeki successively pre'viousto the
time of said eunrt. S. S WlFT, Judge.
A true copy ofrecord,
18 3w S. SWIFT, Judjfe.
qnHE VEGETAI1LE PULMON'ARY BALSAM ii
neuevra ko oe ucxtvcciy tin mot popnlsr Mei.
icine everknown in Amcrici, for coughs, colds, asth
ma or phlhisic, cansumplion, whoppmg cough acd
pulmonary affjctions of eery kind.
The Vrgetable Pulrconary Balsam his becn vcrr
extensively U3J for about fific.-n years; and ilj re'iu
tation has been constanlly incretiin;. So universaP
popnlar has Ihis attUU bccorn, that It xay now ba
coiuidereit as a slamhnl atticlj m a lare part of tha
Unitrd States and British Prjvir.ces. Many families
kccp it constantlyby Hicci, considerinj it the most
safeas well as cerlain lemedy for the above cornpliinU.
The piopnetors have rrceivrd & are receivin nurair.
nus recommcndalions from miny ofour best pliysxiinj
irho makc use of it in their practice. The naraes ol
a few individuals who lme giren their tejlnrioay in
fivorol lhs arti:le are hore sut.joined, and.-fjra mora
fu!l aCeount sea the envelope to the botHcr
Docl. Amorj Hunliatr, : Doct. SamUL-I vJorrill.
Truman Abcll. : " Tiruothy Uaylnu,
. " Jtrc. Ellsworrh, : Albsrt Gu:u.
(From Dr. '1 homas Bron )
Mcsjrj. Lowc & ItccJ, Gnt The Ve?atablj I'ul-
monaiv BaUam, has been extrnsivrlv ued in ifi.s v
tion of countr)' whtre I reM'de, for scveral years pis
and has jutly acquired a li'gh reputation in coniua;
lie comjlaints. So far as my knowledie cxtcnds. it
hjs never iliappomted iha rcasonable cxpectation of
those whonare useu it. 1 noUAi JinowM, M. i.
Concord, N. U., May 11,1831.
Mcssrs. Reed, Wingjc Cutler GontlemCa
I feel it a iluly I oive tolbe publ.c.acd estncUVitti
hundrrds of my feilow b:ings who are now suffnn
under diflirent diseases of the lunzs. tocire vou a.
statcmsnt ofthe good cUects I Inve e.Tperitnced fmia
the usa of tht Veetable Pulmonary Uiliam. Hnn
from my joulh up beea troubled wilii diQ-rent coni
plaiats of tha langs, such as spiltingol blood, a troaSlo
souiecough, frcqucnt hoarseness, wilh seere fiu of
couxh'tii. and iniecd all ihe svmplonu of consumntio.-i
and from tirncto lima I haveconsultcd sereialemmrnc
pnysicians, and hive takcn much medicine, but I r--ctived
little or no reLef, and at last they told m j Inprj
was no help for me ; that my casa was heyond thi
reach of their medicines. In the spring of 1S27 1 wa
advised by a friend to try the Vegetable Pulmonary
Balsam. I obtained two boltles. an I on trial ( wai
surpnsed tu find so suddenandelTcctual rtlief whichi:
gave me. and aftet usin 4 it about five weeks all my
complainls wcie cntirely remnved, an 1 I was rortiiral
to good hcalth. Since that time I hav kcpt IC cn
stantly hyme, in case of Ihe appeanacs ofanyyflh
I have knqi a laro numter of cases tvhsre all oth
er medlcuiJHe laded of affirdin; any rehef, llu
riJtfHngth resorted to, anJ speedily erfcct
WBould Ihetefjro rccommeii'l to ovrr
tSeTJorhtSot has any of Ihe abore- complaints, on their
first appea'rance to Vike tlie Vegetable Pulmunary Bal.
am, whrchetbcy will find a safe, convcnient anJ po
itivecure. " Rcspaclfully yours,
T. P. Mkrbiam.
NewfledforJMa., July 30, 1841.
Cj.ConMTrRr.EiTS. Beware of impoiL'on. Esch
rjenurnebot'le isenclosed in a blcc wrapperon wliici
u a teluw label, signed by WM. JON'.V. CUT
LER. Xone other can be gennine of a laterdate than
December 1829. The s:gnature of Sampso.t Rcau
will Le contin'jed for a short time.
The grett celebrily of the Vegetabta Pulmoniry
Balsam has been the cause of atlempts to intruJuc j
spurious articles, which by partially assumin; the naan
of the genuine, are calculafed to mislead and de:eir
ihe public. Araons thrxe mrxturei are "CarUi!
L'ompound l'ulmnnary Baltsm," 'JJmcrican PuU
tnonary Balsam," " VegelabU Pulmonary lialram
ic Syrup," "Pulmonary Balsam" and others.
Purchasers shouM enqaire far tho true article by itt
whoie name TitE Vccetablk Pulmonarv
Balsam, and see that it has tbe marksand sigmtutM
Each bottle and seal ii stamped " Vegetabl: Pal
Tor salc hy REED. WING & CUT!,ER, (lals
Lowe and Reed) wholesate deaters in Drus, Meli.
cines, Piints and Dye-stulfi, No. 61. Chatham ftreei.
Bustoii, aml by Druiglsts and cuuntry inerchanU gn
erally in' New Enclind.jand in the princfpal placr
Ihrougboat tha United States and British Protlnc.
Priee 60. cents. 80H by S. M00DV-
15!ly Mlddty Vererqnt.