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dcrsigned lo bo unnntural nnd inconvcnicnt
and such as is not likcly to promoto the besl
interests of Ihc country.
The prcbablc cfi'cct cf tho ftituro opemlion
ofthc act of ieS3 upon Ihc manufactures and
ihechanical tradcs of thc country, particulafly
if no hcme valuation bo fcund, makcs thc in
quiry tooimportant lo bc ovcrlookcd.
lt is fully acknowledged that all dutfcsUiould bc
laid with priniary rcference to revenue ; and ii
is admitfcd, withnut hcsitation or rcscrvc, tha(
no mcrc moncy thould bc raisedj under any
pretcr.cc hatcVcr, Iban such an amounl as is
licccssarv for an cconomical administration of
thc Government. But wilhin these limits,
and as incidentalto thc raising ofsuchreve
nucs ishi'av bcabsolutcly ucccssary. At isbe.
hcvf:d that diserimination may bc made, and
imnr.sml in such manncr as that.whilo no
part cf prolcction will bc cxtcndcd to thc labor
nnd Jn.liitrv of Ian?o masscs of thc pcople
ivhile thc who'.e countrv willbc rendcredmorc
prcsperous in pcace, and iniinitcly strongcr
and Lcttcr prcparcdif forcign war should
conic upon us. Thc principlc of discrimina
tion has obtaincd from the period of thc fouu
i!al:on of thc Government. In many cases
it tnay bc found to bc indispcnsablc to
thc iiitcrcsts of thc rcvcnuc, if in fixing a
systeni of duties it it consUts with lhe
truc pohcy ofthc country so to apportion
them among thc various spccics of imports as
to favor our own manufacturcs at thesamc
limc that tlic rcvcnuc itsclf is bcnefittcd, and
noinjusticc done toany. it would sccm propcr
-and wiso to rcject nrbitrary limits and thc idca
of a forccd and unnatural uniformity.
Thc undersigned feclt no difFicdty in ad
mitling that a duly of tiventy pcrccnt ad valo
rcm, assesscd upon thc valueof importcd nrti
cles in our oivn ports, would in mauy in-ta!ices
bc a ratc sufficicnly liighfor tlic bcncfit ofthc
rcvcnuc and also aflbrd rcasonable encourage
mcr.t to home producers of the articlcs. As lo
lhoe, thercfore, the object of the act of 1S33
will bc accomplished, if its provision for home
i-alualiou bc carried out by Congrcss. But ho
still supposcs that there arcseveral descriptions
ot imoried manufactures and producc, which
would well bcar a higher duty tlnn twcniy pcr
rent. upon thc home valuc, and thus yicld n
grcater revenue, to tho Government, white, in
regard to somc of thcir., it will bc found thal,
wilhout such incrcased duty, thc labor oflarge
classcs, engagcd in producing similar artic'cs,
will be greatly deprcsscrf, if not cntirely sun
nlautcd. It is niiqucstionably true. anu well worthy of
inmarl;, that tlic act 1833 uas avowedly con
servaiivc in its objecls nnd charactar; and,
v.hile it was dcsinncd to rcmovc what was cs
icctncd a grkvancc by onc part ol the country.
it was not inlendcd tliat tho in'crosts ofnny
o'.her hou!d bo vjcrificed by it. O.i t'.iu con
trary a reasonable sccurity was tn'.cndej for
it'.l. Its truospirit, llicrcforc.v.ill bcbnl carried
out by aciing. under any new sta'o of circuni
ttunccs, vviih refercnce to tlic saint! grcat ob
j'.ct.s, and doing justico ahkc lo all. Thc tireat
.priiiciple of tliM act was muderation nnd con
riliaiion, and liiis shoulil nevcr bc lo.st sight of.
liul thc nicasurcs propcr and neccsiar 10 earn
out ihat principlc may be changeJ, tf ihc allerid
circumstanccs of thc country ci!l fur such
chsng, v.ithoutany drpsrlure from thc princi
Noiliin; is moro cstablisItKJ by our cspcri
et ce and the c.pericncc of oil.ot na'ions-, t.'ian
i!:r.t iho aogiM n'.ation of dulies does not au'.
n.ci.!, in an cqual dcree, thccost of llic articli
lo thc coniuintr. In man3' i-ascs it appcar
j.ot to iucrca-jc Ihat cost at nll. Very oftcn
t!.c price :o the consumer ia kcpt down, not
uithstcucii: an iucreasc cf duties, partly by
lhf grii-.U r iupj ly of the hntne produclion, and
psnly by thc reduction of the price in the for
cigii'niarkct. It is bclioved, indced, thUllicrc
1:ave brin cases in wliicli tha jaint opcralio.i of
l!.e iwo causrs l.as occasioncd priccs to full
lowi r tl-.mi lhcy v.crc bifoic the incrcaic of Ju
tics was laiJ.
Th:s rciu'.t in ihc r.perallon of l udc and
biiiincss mijii.t rcadily bc Iraced to iti cduscs;
biit a f;;'l c:.poition of ihoic cnuscs, ar.d ihf
niodcs of thcir opcrrtion, would too much swcll
tliis rf port. Stdncc it to say. lhut v.licn an ad
dittuiv.tl duty is laid on an articlc, in a country
iti v.hicti t!u articlcs is c.vtcnsivcly conscir.cd,
the burJciit always fills in part, and sometimes,
1:3 t:.peri.-nco shows, altog-ther, upon hc
forcign pioduccr. Thc roreign produccr musl
soli; acd ilin thc place of salc. hc fiuds an nr-
ticte produccd on the spot uhich comcs into
advart"cous comnetition with h:s own. bv rea
son of pajing no duties hc s'ill must s-.-ll ; and.
for ll:c sjkc ot bciny ablc to bcar ihc U-jrden
ofthc duties himsolf. The duty bornc by thc
forcign produccr in suchcascs is like thc cliargc
for iranspurtalion a soraclning wlncli is
nectsiary to bring him into thcmarkct ol corn.
pctitinn. AnaUious iiiatances occur in du
mcstic tradc. The whcat growcr of Indiana,
-w 1:0 incurs iicavv cxpcnscs in coavcyui; nia
lloncr to an Atlantic port, expects no highcr
jiricc for it uhen it arnvcs ihcrc Ihcn is paid
ibr flour ofthc samc aualilv to producers in
the imm diatc neisborhood. The cost of trans
poriaiion, thcreforc, does not opcratc sf muoh
to ra:su thc pnco at thc placc ol sale as to ui
iniui&h it at the nlacc of production.
Now thc grcat law which rcgulates priccs, by
c'emand and supntv, is sternty obscrved in cases
of forcign importation as in this inttancc of
dompatic tradc. llic undcrsigneil cannot lor.
becnoadd, that vastly thc grcater poition of
thn agricuhural population ofthc unitcd biatcs
is obligcd to rcty mainly upon thc honic inar
;ct for a sale of its producls, allhough a large
part of thosc products, (wheat for insia icc,) is
sucii as oftcn cnters c.cnsively in!o thc con
sumptior. of ihc uorid. Thc quaiitit-of flour
nnd Indian corn cxportcd from this country is
sutogelher iacor.sidcrablc, in comparibon wilh
the quantity consumcd in thc largc citics and
tnanufacturing towns which havc cilhcrentirc.
ly grown up oradded largelv lo thcir popula
tion under the influcncc of laws of Congrcs.
passed sincc the end ofthc lasl war, upon do.
mcstic labor and industry.
Thc innnensc intcrchango of products, nli
bcingthc rcsutt ofiabor, uhich 110 w takes place
bctwecu producers of subsistcncc and the pop
ulaiiou abovc mcntioncd, shows thc advanlngc
which onc class is to ihc other, and thc esscn
tial impoitance to both of preser.'ing theirex
isting rclations. If tho consumption of flour
ond grain in thc manufacluring districts, cspc
ciajly the orlh and East, dcclinc.to that cxtcnt
there is an absotulc loss to thc whcat nnd corn
growers ; s,incc the quantity consumcd by thcm
uillfiHd a maiket no whcrc clse. To say
nothing, in this conncxion, of (hc incalcutablc
Iir1p0nar.cc ora home markct to the producer
orihc grcat articleofcotton, and limiting lus
n marks to the grain growers ahinc, tho under.
. signcd cannot but pursuadc himself thal all will
iscc and acknowlcdgc thc great valuc to that
dass of producers ofthc Northcrn and F.astcrn
marhel thc only considcrabte maikct, indced,
Wch ia pcnnancntly opcn to them upon tho
Jice ofthc cartb.
So long as the policy of other couutrics shal
continue to escludo tho products of our agri
culturo from iheir ports, and thus deny lo us thc
advantage of a fair reciprocity in tradc, it would
appcar to be equatly tho dictate of noHcy and of
ju.itice to our peopte to secure to them, a3 far
as may be rcasonable and properly uone, a mar
ket of consumption for thcir producc in their
PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS.
Wc have asyet very little newsfroni Wash
ington for the very plain rcason that congrcss
has donc very little but to organizc, and hear
thc rcadings of communications from thc va
rious departmenfs of thc government. Weck
boforc last lhe Houses adjourncd ovcr from
Thursday till Monday,nnd last wcek madc the
holidays an cxcusc for a similar procccdtng.
Tlic Fiscal Agcnt wlnch our readers will nnd
1 , , , . ... . n enpmcsfotake
skctched in this paper, gcnemlly socms 1 to lake 1
well with the whigs in congrcss and the busi-
The rcport of the
secrclarvcf the Trcasury rccommcnding it,
isamaatcrlydocumont, nnd contains a con-
vincing argumen'- in its favof ns a safe depost-
tory ofthc puhlic monies, and mcans of fur-
nishind safe and uniform circulating medi-
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umaswcHasregulat.ngthe cxchanges and
currcncy of tho country Its succcss howev-
crjj tiigtii proLiemaucBi. ji w oenevi.u mguiy ,
M.i.tlnnnhlo ns rnnfnmn" a dahffcrous aii"- i
mcntation of powcr upon the c.xccutivc. Thc
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new Papcr by Mr Plcasants, calls it a mon-
st.ous schenie in this respcct, and thinks it ut-
tcrlv impussibtc foranyparly to unite upon
impossiulc lorany parij' 10 unuc uuou
A corrcspondent of thc Tribunc adviscs
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bolhpart.es South ofthc Potomac, and
West of thc Allcghanies will oppose it;
that soon wc shall find Calhoun, Wright
Buchanan in undisguiscd opposition to it.
dccd it appcars by thc last Express, that
Ioco'a in caucus had detcrmincd upDn
coursc; and as the whigs havc no powcr ofiihyof thc famo of Ticonderoga, tlic Saranac,
cohcsion upon this subject, and scldom sacri- and Bennington.
flcc to expcdiency to securc succcss, the bcttcr j For this object.arrangcments hav. becn madc
. , , , . , ... lo commana the most valuablc and competent
opm.on is that the Exchequcr projec. will c-1 ass;slanc(1( ; cvcry blanch of litcrary and gci.
vcntually fail. I cntific intcrest in a papcr; spccial corrcspon-
The tariffqucslion hasatrcady beon broach -
cd, and in somc shapc is dcstincd lo occupy a
largc spacein the annals of thc prcscnt con-
jrrcss. upon its ucci&ion ucpends tlic ulli-
malo solvency and prosperit-, or bankruptcy
and ruin of tho country. With an cmply
trcasury, and tho absolutc ncccssity of devi
sing ways and mcans lorcplcnish it, wc have
grcat rcason to hopc that thc tarifT will be ad
justcd in.i manncr which shall aflbrd a fair
prolcction to domestic industry, and thc intcr
csts of the North. Thc whigs gcncrally at
thc South nnd lhe West will unite in cfTecting
this grand objcct. But the loco party, as a
body, as they ever have becn, are dead sct
against it. In the rcference dcbate, now on
the tapis. Rhctt, of SouthCaro'.ina, has alrcady
blown his blast of nulliflcation against Ihc doc
trine of prolcction. Thc poor slvort sightcd
creaturc denounccs the tarifTasa mcrc systcm
of plunder, to takc tlic property of one man to
givc it lo anothcr. But wc ougtit to do him
thc jusiicc to say, that his rantings arc tamc J
in comparison with thc ravtngs ot thc Ulobe
and other nrgans of thc pnrly, and evcn thosc
of th? Spirit of thc Agc, printed at Woodstock
in this State. But whcthcr tlic Prctidcnt, who
is now at thc hcad of lhe legisktlivc dcparf mcnt
wi!l approvc of prolcction, is a qucstion which
no strctch of human wisdom can solvc. His
incssagc sounds well fcr discrimination in favor
ofmanafacturcs, butiome of hisinterprctcrsin
Congrcss disavow anysucti inlenlion.
Tho long thrcatoncd attempls of thc dcs
ttuctivcs, to rcpcal lhe Distribution and Bnnk
rupt bitls, tiavc alrcady becn madc, but proba
bly in both inslanccs will fcil. The
fcrocity with which Bcnton has assailcd the
Bankrupt law, is charactcristic of thc unrc
lenting dcspotism of a party, who, aftcrrcduc
ing multitudcs to bcggary, by thcir rcckless
nicasurcs, would havc thcm to bc putsucd by
scizurcs and imprisonments, to thcir gravcs.
Facls for the curiou's Noles from Talmadge's
The rcvcnuc derivcd in Europc, on Amcri
ican tobacco, is upwards of 30,000,000 dollars.
The cost of which hcrc is 7,000,000 dollars
on 18,000 hogshcads of our tobacco.
The duty on rice is lCs stcrling, bcing morc
than onchundrcd pcr ccnt. on the cost.
Flour, in ordmaty timcs, is subjcclcdfo a
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Salted pork pays six uollars per barrcl, about
its present pncc m th.s country.
Lumbcr is subjectcd toa prohibitory duty.
Every articlc ofAmcrican manufacturcs isi"
met bv Fohibitory duties.
Evencotton payspays 2s. lld pcr cwt. and
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as soon as shc has succceded in getting her
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inuia pianiaiions io urouuue uio rcuuisuc suo-
..... .'.: tmA -m 1 t .n-ih r, .
wr. it .nnfintl.
n cdHcd, willbring about this (tothcm) de-
sSc cnd. India will drive thc cotton and
rico plantcr Jotn her ports, as she did thc pro-
ducers of Inditro.
Thc cost of produclion in Ind'a is nothing,
as compared with cvcn that ot slave Iabour.
ManilIa sugariS n9V.-selling in Bostoe, after
Latest FiiOM Texas. It " seems tiat
qtiite an active busincss is now carried on
n the articlc of Texas salt. Immense beils
ofitarc found m the "West, and procurcd
with no otiicr troubtc ttian carrying ii a.
AU the Texas payers proclaim their clisi
belief in thc latest rumor relalive to lhe
Santa Fe Expedition,
The report of their
safc arrtval and pcaceablc rcception, as re-
portcd by the Monteray papers, is most
likcly thc trulh. Vehope and expect lo
hear sometningdcnnite trom thcm m afcw
Consrees isdoiiiR but little at present
nrobablv waitinc the inaucuratton reconr
mendation of ihc new President. A bill
has oasserj onc or two readings in the House
lo recalloT step the Navy from uniting wilh
. r . i T .1 m. t -t
Yucatan against thc Mcxicans but I hopc
and believe it will not bccome a law.
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place, on thc first Nonday of January ncxt, a
Newspaper ofthc abovo title, to bo coutinued
weckly according lo thc favor with which it may
be sustaincd by the puhlic. It will be printed
on an imperial sheet of the'bcst papcr, with nor
typc, and is intendcd to bo surpns-;ed in mc-
clianical exccution by no papcr ofthc country.
Tlic situniion of .Middlebury is such, as iho
ccntrc in Litcrature of a diversifipd nnrl nros.
nprnn cnnnlrv lii ii m. . ...... i
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nortion of an extfmffor! mnonnnli.. ...k I
lished and favorite seat of learning, as to induco
the belicf that a conceniration of literary abiliiy,
' "uuo" J V" ,(-r liimuuny auministcrctl as tlio
C0Untry to which it looks for maintenancc. and
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of whose cducational and busincss interests it
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"s prcsemauve lauroaa, may liere
TIlis district of country is rcmole from tho
influcnces of the great commercial cenlrcs. Its
mosi itnportant ( relaiions connect ihcmsetes
chiellv wilhin itsclf, includtng its social and
moranntenat9 and ; ,ho thoso
0f production alsa In iheso the competition
is amoug incmscivcs, thc comparison and lule
l advancement, and no rcnrcsenlalion of thcsc
na! s ourcc can be rcccivcd with
lanyportion of tho intercst of 0:1c emanalnig
from aalongft tht;m TlQ histofy of lhIg por;
tion o' couitry is markcd wilh sirikifig pecu-
j uariues , is suciai ciiimnauuns, ariiii jiuiii
j lle eourse ol this hislory, tho characlcristics of
I natural scenery. and lhe exclusion of influcnces
J COtinteictivo of lhe moral effcct of thcsc. are
. Iianties ; Us social eluninations, aria'.ng trom
hardly Icss deflnite and distinguishcd. It has
sccnr.cd to lhe subscribcr an ohjpct worlhy bo:h
of sacnncc and efibrt, to atd the devclopment of
nualitics bclicved thus to be peculiar, in thc
1 'el'nK l'lat.,a lnorn' garden perlains to this rc-
idcncc in the pnncipal commercial marts will
llir.Cn.fipnrt nnil i.rfiitf rlntivinntu rF ll.n rn.
V.L4II.JJ UIIU IkUIUI O.Ulllll.llia Vl .I1U I11UI
kets given ; professionat informatinn of intcrest
to ihc lcarned callings will bc communicalcd
and inlcrchangcd ; statistics of home industry
will bo given, cspecinlly as conncctcd with lhe
progrcas of production, and lhc7 uscful arls.
wilhin our own borders ; thc inlcrcsts ofcduca
tion and morality, ofohjectsof ariiflcial im
provcmcnt, of dcfencc and publc policy, and
of religion also, tho soul appropriatc tosDcicty,
and of refinement, its ornamcnt and gracc, will
rcccivc frccly, in their turn, thc attcntion invi
tcd to thcm through thc wants, fcelings, taste,
or enlightcncd curiosily, ofthe public.
Thc papcr will noi aflcct lo conccal its pri
vatc partialitics on the most dclicatc subjccts ol
jiublic inlcrcst, but is not dcsigncd (o bc culis
tcd in tho bchalf of any dcnomination or party.
Iljwill not avnid topics of tl.c most cr.cro"sinir
inlcrcst, in defcrcnco, mcroly, to a division of
icntiment upon thcm, uut subjccts ofsuflicieiit
importar.ee to divide thc opinions of thc corn
munity, will be sought out, cspcciall', for cs
aminaiion in its columr.s.
In litcrature. tho Tonaz is dcsirned tn exer.
cisc thc office of a libcral Rcvicw, cspccially j
111 relatton to worl!9 of laslc, scientific rcicarcli, ,
A: ofAmcrican history; thc local hislory of our j
own district will bc opencd minuti ly as possibtc
to its invcstlgalions.ti'ge.l.cr with its biograpli.v,
which only wc can rctain ofthe first gem-ration,
ar.d spccimcns in litera'urc ; thc discussion of'
prizi qucslion is conlcmplatcd. as a new fca- j
turc of the papcr, by which topics ofimmcdi-
atc or permancnt intcrest may be fairly cxarn-'
ined. 011 both sidcs, for an cqunl prcmium ; no-
licci ofthe prap.rcss ofArtin our own country,
ar.d ol Us lustory und achicv;mcnts abroad,
will be iuvited; and arrangcments, bv which ihc
Nolc Books of intclligent travcllcrs will be at
thc servicc of its rcadfrs. havt already occn
completed. An cxtcnsivc correspondeucc, in
dilTcrcnt portinns ofour own countrv, is arrang-
cd, and nicasurcs havc becn laken io sccure the
inosi s;iwsiui;;ury cuniinunicaiions ironi ir.c po-
I hc lonaz is dcsigncd 10 furnish a wcckly
rccord ol the ncws snd public history of tl c day, '
thcstaplc ofa family newspaper, and infornia.
tion, particu'arity, from which to estimatc l!u: ,
physical atid social advancement ofthe ccntral i
and remotcr, as wci1 as the ncarer portions of
our rcpublic. Its ficlJ of intcrest, in tlie first
placc, is that of its actiun : it is cxtcndcd u ith
undiminishcd sincerity by the rclations ofpat -
rio..isn,but diangc, bcond thcsc limits to
Thc conlcmplatcd cflbrt, it is evidcnt, ii sus -
tainable only through a unitv offcelin of thosc
in refcrencc 10 whom, cspcciallv, it has becn
undcrtakcn. Thc subscribcr hopcs that it mav
commcud itsclf lo this porliou of his fellow -
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1 with thc interests and iln iilK.-i
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vanccmcnt of 0 CQU f 1
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. Pr,CB,of ,hJ PaP w' rcquirod iava-
' " advance, t lhe ratc of 3 a ycar lo
single subscribcrs, four copics for 810. and fif-
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iccn ior 5u.
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i . Specimen i.umbers will be issued, if thc mc
?na'cal arrangemcnts can be scasonably madc.
oml. of December. which will bc scnt
. "3C"bcr3 whose "amcs prcviously
L, Kor. 10, IS
j iYoe by Mr. BalleU. The publication of
this paper has becn dclaycd bv lhe dctcntion
0f thc typc and prcss, procurcd for it, through
! thc badncss of thc roads. Thcsc however arc
dail-v expcctcd, and a commenccmcnt will bc
madc as soon as is practicablc aftcr thcir nr.
Delgalcs to Tcmpcrancc and Educational
Conventions to bc hcld in this placc on, thc 12
J nnd 13th of January nrxt, will be providcd with
accommodations if they wish, frco of chargc,
hy calling those from the south, at Mr. Am."
I on WiIcox's store, and those from the North
, , . . i r- j i r- . ,
ond East, at Mr. Gordon's ofncc nearthecot-
Accommoditions for a largo number will bc
Ch. eom. of nrrangom'ts.
State Uonvcntion of thc fricnds cf
Thc committcc appointed by the Edticatlon
Convcntiou assembled at Brandon on thc 5th
of January 1S41," bercby givc noiico tothe
fricnds ofcducation throughout thc state, that
aConvention will be hcld at .MIDDLEBURY
on Thursday tho thiriccnth of January, 1612,
comracncing nt 0 o'clock A. 31., to hear thc
report of the committce, and to takc into con
sidcration thc cducational wanis cnd intcrcsts
of Vermont. Thay rcspcctrully but urgcmly
osk a full and gcneral attcndance.
Thomas II. Palner
Wm. C. Killriilge
D. W. C. Clarkx
Ebencze." N. ISriggs
7? T U.tllnrl-
L,ec- '1 lail
auiiors m tlic SfatC arcrrquested to givc .
this noticc two inscrtions.'. 1
lne annunl mecting of the Mid llebury,I',c. i
malo School Assop.intinn. will hn tiniilpn Oii the '
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4th ofJammrv. r,i-,,1 m fi nVlnL-P.M.iat
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A . Wilc" 1, Ses'y.
Thennnnal mecting ofthc Middlcbury'Firc
Society will be hotdcn 011 tho 4th of January,
this evening at 7 o'clock, p. m., at thc Ver
mont Hotcl. A. Vilcox, See'y.
. Short Noticc.
fJCJ-Tbe deraands due me for Papers, adfcitising,
or printin;, previoas !o this date, are lodgeil ia the
Office of E. IV. Dhuky Eaj. for imaediate collee-
tion. (Too Iatc tocomplain nowA E. MAXiiaM.
M ;i r r i c d .
In Brandon, JMr Darius Crook to.MissAbi-
At Enosburg, Hon. Iloracc Eaton' to'JIiss
At Philadelpliia, Rcv. Andrcw Ilarris, pas-
torof Ihc sccond African Prcsbytcrian church,
acd 27 vcars, a irraduatc of Burlinirton col-
In this town, 523d u!t. Miss Janc Grovcs,
agcd '23, daughlcr of Mr James Grovcs.
Also, on thc 30th ult. 3Irs. Lattra Abbcc,
agcd 39 vcars. wifo of Mr. Harry Abbcc;
Also, samc day, Mr. Jonathan Ilunlington,
agcdaboutoO ycars, of dtlirium Ircmem.
On thc 1st inst. Liola, infant daughtcr of
iilr. Justus Cobb jr.
IIE parlncrship hcrctoforo c.xisting bc
twcen llic subscribcrs in thc iMarblc and
Limo busincss, under iho lirm of Case &
Spaldikc, wasdissolvcd byrnutual conscnt, on
thc 3Uth of Dcccmber, inslant.
ABEL 1. CASIi.
EPHRAI.M SPALDING 2J.
Middlebury Dcc. 31, 1641.
Tnn subscribcr havinx nurchascd ihc Quarrv.
stoclc and tools lutcly telongin lo the firm of
Oasc ccSpalotng, wiil coaiinuctl.c .Narlhand
Lwie busincss, as usual, at lhe old stand.
ABEL P. CASE.
.Middlebury, Dcc. 31, 1341. 35 !lw
fgHE subsciiber rcspectfully givca noiico
M. that he has opencd a shop in thc new
stonc huilding ncar A. W. Spaulding & Co's.
wcolcn factory, wherchc proposcs to conslruct
lo order, and rcpair, all kinds of
C'otton and Wooicn Factory machincry, Mill
Gcars of all kinds.and cvcry arliclc usttally
cmbraccd in his lii:c of busincss, cither of
Iron, Brass or wood, will bc madc on Ihc
shoitcst noticc, and inlhc bcst manncr.
Midd!cburv,;Dcc. 29, 1811. 35.
F C a tll Cl'S.
' u VE GEESE FEATH KRS o,. hand
and for sale by
! Djc. 13, 1815.
" r . . , . c c
; Hollow. Ware, CorrEit Pcjire. Liad n.-E, Zinc
1 &c. And Maunficlurer of
I m: ct,i. t ,j r
: r'"' SlieGt Ir0" a"J CoPPCr Warc5
' f,!1! conl!nucs ,I,e l)s'ns SHOnEIJAJr, and
:3'80" iho.Vn!?SO of ,B:tA.ND?V' i'"1 d"r "Cfl
. ofti10 post oiice, whrro ho inlcnds to maue ncr-
mancnl tland, and by liis good ivork and scvonable
; 'V .
ITN'ote. Ile is prcparcd tomako I1R1SS KET
TLES, to order, and nc-.v botlcm old oncs.
Wool, Pclts, KiL-:, ilcn and Gccso feathcrf. old
Pewtcr, Urass and Ircn, and Faimei's produco rc-
ccived iu cxchange fur moil tinds of uarc.
House, Carriagc and Sign
BY T. MOODY& J. iJc'DONALD.
(fthop at tho north cnd of the bridgc, ovcr
S. .Moodi Dro2 Slorc.)
ALL ordcrs iu tbc:r linc nf basincss will ba cxe
cuted with dipatch, in a workmanlikc nranncr
and nn thcciost rcasanablo tirms.
PAPER IIANGING and GLAZ1SG to order.
0C IIAIRS constantly forsalo their shop.
Middlebury, Dcc. 21, 1841. 33;tf
TTUST rcccivcd at tho Middlebury Bcck Store, a
good ijsort:ncnt of
SABBATH SCHOOL BOOKS
from lhe now cdilionsjust publishrd by th: Mass.
S. S. Society, and seleclcd by liic Chairnian of lhe
Commitlco for Eelccting books for Addison Connty
S. S. Uniou. J. HAUAR.
Dcc. 21, 1811. 33;w3
UR CAPS, a largc nssorimcnt, just rec'd J
and for sale low, by ,.,..
A. $ W. S. JOHNSON. I
ALL kinds of Ftrn. Tbimjiincs, by
A. CHAPMAN 4-SON.
Novomfcer 16. 23
A SES SION cf tho Prclatc Ccurt for thc Dislrict
-a- ofAdJison, will bo hfld at the cjlicc of U. II.
Evcrest. E sq.," m Shoreham, on tho Crst U cdnesJay,
and at the oliice of thc Repster uf thc Ccurt, in Mid
dlebury, o n the third Wednctday in evcty monlii
bercafter, at one o'clock, P.M.,until fuillipr" noticc.
J. S. RUStiKELLfliegistir.
.Middleburj-. Deccnibcr22, 184
STATE OF VERMONT,
Distrtcl of Addison, ss.
TE IT KE.Mn.MBERED, that at a Probatc Cwt
JJ held at Middlebury, ia snd for lhe Dislrict of Ad
dison, oa the 22d day ofDccjailier, A D-1811,"
W11.1.IAJI DASs.executorof lhe last will and tea
I-.tn nt saM MiJJlebnrv clecfascd. raov:3 lle courl
' that (inalparlilion ar.d Jistribution of all the rcal and
persoiml eslate of the deceascd not bcforadi5lri'ouled(
he maae amon ' ine i.e"aice3 na!r.ca in lae xn
.- , ,: .1...
anu icsiau.eni vi iiic uuceaseti, accmuju i j ii.c jmu-
vi.jnns thcrcof, and that comraissioners he appoialeil
for that parpose ; It is Ihcrefoie ordcrcd, thal thc siid
executurcji.se i:oti:e to Le given to al! persons in-
Iere3'cd to appcar bcfoie said couit, at a seSsion
thareof, to L-a hol.lcn at tho office of lhe Itegisler of
aid courl, in Middiebury. in a:id for lhe District of
Addison, 011 '.Vcdnesday the 19th day.of January ncxt,
one o'clock in the afternoon, at -.vhich time and
place the said cazl uill appomt commissioncrs to
inake paltilicu ar.d dislribution of the ctate as afore
saiil. by publUhinj a ceititicd copy of this order in
lhe Middlebury People'i Press.a Jiewspaprr prinli-d
in said MiJdletury, (hree wecks succcssively, pievi
ous to the time of said court.
J. S. BUSHNELL, Rcgistcr.
A truc copy of rccord.
313v J.S. BUSIINELL, Ueghlsr.
STATE OF VERMONT,
Oistricl of.ldditon, ss.
E it remcmbered, ihat at a Probatc Couit
holdcn at MidJlcburv within nnd for thc
district of Addison, on ttio 29 h day of Doccm
bcrA. D. 18 U.
i Johii B. Coneland, adrninis'.rulor o( thc cs
lu'icof aid Middlebury dcccascu, prcsccls hib
pctiiiuii in wfiiir.g praying that hc may bc
liccnscd to srll thc rcal and pcrsoual e.-lac
of thc said dcccascd nt public auction, or
privalcsale, for thc purposc of paying the dcb's
against siid cstatc and expcr.scs of adminiMra
lian. and thcrcin scts foith thc uir.ouuljuf dcb:s
due from thc drccascd, of lhe chargcs of ad
niinislralion, thc aluc ol thc pcrsoual e.tale,
and thc s'.luation of thc cstalc to bc so'.i', and
that it is rccrs&ary to scll thc rcal and pcrsoual
cstatc ofthc dcccascd ; And it is thcreforc or
dcrcd that the said application f ir liccnsc to scll
rctl and pcronal cslaic at public auction or pri
vate "salc, be considcrcd at a scssion of said
rourt to "bc holdcn at thu ofiicc of thc
Ileistcr of said court in said Middlebury,
lou Wcdiicsdiiy, thc 19ih day of Januarv
ncxt al onc o'clock in thc afternonn: and
ihat thc said administrator causc notice llicrcof
to bc given to all pcrsons intrcstcd, by publish
ing n ccrliticd copy of this order iu the Middlc
buiy Pcoplc's Prcss, a newspaper printed in
Middlebury, thrcc wccks successivcK previotis
to ihc tims of said court.
J.S. BUSIINELL, Rcgisier.
A truc copv ofrccord. 33 3iv
Allcst. J.'S. tlUSHNKLL Riii.lor.
"V"E lhe subscribcrs, beinjr, appointed "by the Ilon.
lhe Probate court for lhe d.sirict of Addiion,
Cominissioncrs to rcccive, cxasiine and adj'ist all
claims andilctnanlsofall peiscnjasaiiist lhe islat; of
. ORAMEL IlAKUIiGTO.,
late of Whiting, in said district, cleceaseil, rcprescnt
cd insolrer.t, and also all chims rml dcmands cxl.ib
ittd in offet Ihercto, and six monllis fioin'lhc 22d
ofDecemb;r inslant, bcinj alloned b said court for
that purpcse, .ve do thcreforc hcrebj givc noticc t!ut
wc will atlend to the busincss of our said aiipo:nt -
menf. ct tho house of Cyrenu, Harrinlon. nf Whit-
111, or. tho3J Thursdays of January and June nc.t,
froicone o'clock P. Al., on cach nfraid davs.
M. W.C. WIMGHT, Commh
JOIIiVM. ORMSEE, X sinners.
Wlii-injr. Dcc. '-'2d. 1811. 35 3iv
"PIIO.M thepasturc of Col. Hcnji.
-- min Allcn. in tho norlli parl of
Lincoln, iu Jnltr or Aujin.1 Ls1, two
reJ Ihreojearold Slccrs in.u of
v.lncli lia a wluto bully and fjcc, llia olhcr Ilrindlo
v.ith vhito ficc And, ono red ycarln'ig heilVr from
tlic noilb part of liri&tol, all of wliicli havc a picco
lakcn from thc nj.p- r pail ofthe InA car. Any p?r
sou who vt II givu infoniulioii uln ru a p-t ur all
may bc found, shall b: justly pid fur ixpunsi and
tronblc. T. DU.NTO.V.
Bristol, Duc. 13, 1841. U3;.3
atllE sebscrilcr havinj niadcarranj'rnciitt which
disconnccls him with tho st'Au biisincis in lliia
lown fur lhe prcscnt, di-iirps all llioic who arw owc
ing him on liuok or olborwie, iiunediatcly tu ca!l
and sctllo wilh him at liU biick kluie lhe srcond
door 1101th cf thc Vermont Ilutel. Atli'iiliun lo
ll.tJ noiico may 8dVC Irouhle nnd rxprnrn tu llmsc
concctncd. JONATHAN WAINWWOHT.
Jliddlbury, Dcc. 13. 1311. 32;tf
EAVER rj- Pilnt Cii'ihs, ISiuad Clntii.-,
Black and Faucy Casiimcrcs -New und
fashionab'c stylc Vciling, :.ll well udaptcd for
this anu tlic approaciiui so.ii.on, fur salc at a
small advancc fioin cost nt the siorc of
'.. BKCKU IT1I & Co..
Ocl. 1811. i5
IJC nlil rf.nllf nf llin nT r. Ilrr.?.-trif C. fl. !
'M'"u '...... iui
salc of tho bet kinds of SUGARS, SPI-
CES, MOLAS3KS and ull s,orls of lee total
Grocorics, will bc nmplv sustaincd ni thi. old
stand, by Z BECKWITU & C0.
Oct 1611. 25
EESVILLE round, squarc.and fl.ii Iron
of all iho sizcs ninnufacturcd .t thc
j works. arc co-stautly on hand, and foi alc by
! snbscriber. IRA S'lKWART
.1iddlebury, Atlgust 8, 1641.
xtcusive asMirtiiicnl of
OCKERY rj- GLASS AVARE,
j u now reaay for inspcction and salc at thc
: Clicap.for-C.ish storo of
! Z. BECKWITFI b C.,
fF you .vant any gatmonts of unv color or
qualily worn in a civilizsd connnuniiy,
you will do well to purchase lhe cloth ar.d
Z. BECKWITU & Co'
Oct. 1841. 25
ALL thosc indcbtcd' to thc subscribcr are
rcquested to cali and scttlo immcdialcly.
Thosc who do not accept of this invitation,
will bc furthcr solicitcd in a less agrccablc
mannci'. Fosttive ncccssity induccs this no
(;co. IIARVEY WILCOX.
iMiddlcbury, Jan. 4, 1812.
Fure Winter Oil,
AOVED to le of svperior qualily, just
''fltfl Barrels superfine Flour,
j --J'-r rcceived and for sale by
the barrcl or lcss quanlitv, by
C. E, TURRILL
ITAS jiist fcCaived, to ssll on Commist'ioi), a gocJ
" usiortisci.'t of
Clocks, Watches, Jcwelry,
Siltfcr Sutton!1, T!iirjbJ:y, Pencil ca?e?, Watcli r'
tablisb.-nenly, Ftetl Pciu, ' I'crftrnnry, Hiir 0,
ClJth, IlairandToolh Uriuhs, Shiv'nnj and F.nry
Soai:s, Ejad.-i. 6'cissory, rjn-kniv"i.t QWxfz bnw il
Spjctacli-?. WaHtts. Cjrd cases, ic fnt!i w.II Ut
sulJ very chcap fir cash. Tho3n v!n arc 111 wai t
of any cfthp abovo nauicd articlrs, will dn well U
call and cxaminu l.-fue purchasinj clscwhtrc,
Dcccmbcr 6th, 1641 "5
P. ?. Clccks, Wi.tclic. Accr nlii'ns and allwoi'J
in I.U Ii.io.orbufiiicss CAREIULLY REPAIREO at hot&
noticr. C. K.TUnMLL.
TA'S? OULD ltiform his cust"nit-H
7iFF;P?J'J3, rcrcivpil hU
'I'l'Stll'in.i i-nt nf rbh ht Will m.n ufht!ur.
jilwkfand ktvp consianily cn lian.i or
J2!iiSi makc lo order, on short no i r. tlf
Q li'Kovving ailicles, via :
Saddles, JSridles, .Vurlwga!s,Carje:-tegsa:iJ V,t
lices. bi as3 cnd copper Riveis; Frcndi and center,
folh, bag lop und common pkin TUUNKS rj
rarious dcscripliaus ; eommdn, plain, dciilh
and sinlcjcpancd, lintied. Lrass cnd rj
v. r mnunled 11.111. YV.S SES ; Cudid
Uair; India rubber CUih ; I'aUn!
Lealher; oen, polished cnd round 11 E L L
.Y;at'i-fbst OU ; Cttrnj Con:bs,
J.'crss Ccrds cnd ISrltsles ;
and a gi od cstorlmenl tf
ll'hips and Laihcs.
Hc wruld alo infurm lhe Suddlcaiiu Hnrr
Makcrs in t. i vioio;ty. he has jut rcc ived .1
good a4or'tnent of Sadislerv, Haiid-w
Coacii-lack nnd all kindsnf Csrriasce trimmins,
which hc will sell cln-ap (or cash.
Genlleiiieii wishing t purchase any of il "
abiive namt'd articles, will p!i nst- wll nt Iiistl.l
slaiul ls doar north cf the Cburl .!. and
examine Goods and 1'iices for ihcme've.
JCREl'AIRS d..nc on shon n.nire, nd all
Orders promptlv a'.ttndcd 10.
Middlebury. "Novembcr 2S, IS 1 1. 30 tl
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
"fB"7 EEP3 constanlly on hand, Gnld nirl
Silvcr I c vcr, l!"orizonlal nnd Vcrtic
Watches, Silvcr plaied Cake Buskets, Hntuui
Tea Sclts, Lndics Cameo.Mosaic. nnd Loct:
el li. 1'ins, Gcnls. Ii. Pins, I'iugrr Ktngs.
Gold Chains and Ki-s, LocLcts, Bractli tt,
Fcrconicrs &tc. &c.
Silver Tca and Tal.'b Sponn:!, !iilttr ICn
diid Sugsr Tcns of Sotithcru Mnmifactiu' .
and Hf.rrantcd in qunliiy cqunl :o dollars. ANu.
Consisliny in part, of cloth, hair. tcnth. nai -
rnJ Comb JRUSHES, 'v"ry 1,1 liJ r r'
ci,cs nud nccdlc Hooks. l'i ckri Hnol.s. V ..'
Ic:s nnd I'urfcs. Shcll si.lc.birk as.d Pm k t
, QOMBS Work bo.cs, Spoo! Ut'.-U, Ut. ,
, ii ' r' ,, mh. i: i , .1.... i .
llair U'",lH- NccJ!os',I '. - -
zors nim razor Mrmis, 1 ob.icco uoACi, Aciur-
dious and Iusiruciiou Uu-jks.
Of thc riclicst Frcnch and German -xlr..i,'.
atso Gr-rman and Frcnch C?nttu Iloixy -Icr
and Lavcndtir. Pomadc nnd llahn ol" C
iumbia, Mnccussor. Bcars. unil BLiriilu Jl''Ii
OILS, ReriiiiMid Crcaiu, Oienphnno nni Vi -cial.lo
Any ariiclcs of RICI1 GOODS if not c...
hand. will bn obtaiuud tn unlcroii slioit noi .
03" P.irticular .i tcnlion paid t.j U'ATCII
Brandon. Nov. 1811- 2S;'f
AID for Shipuing Furs.
LL PERSONS ind.il.tid to ih- sul icr -
jA. bcrs by Book nr Noic, ar Liwllq rc-
quci'.ctl to call nud M'lllc Ihc sntnc n itln u' n
r.o-all dcb's.uiili'.S ofiTri' n cuiu rinHn.r n i.
j will bc icfl wilh nn allorr.cy for a- t.li-inem,
) uol paid soou.or olhurwisu ailj'ilcd. Lcl n
i coinptain. Promr.t iw ineuts arc to t'ic i
i chant what tjood ciops are lo tiic faruic;" i
di?pcnal'!c to succcs-..
Middlxburv Nov. 1,
CM1NE CARDS will bo kept f ra
by llic subscribcr, and madc to tic
at short noticc Also forsatc habd and lor
Cards, Card-tacks, cmery and ccmb p!a!
all kinds. Also ScnnEX for fanning mill.-'
all kinds in tisc, and scrcen for S.vri.a ; n
iron and brais mcal Suivks all of tho I .
qualily and scld low fcr cash onlv-
SAM'L li. BE. F.
Middlebury, Dcc. 7, 1841. 3I,0x.i
! Croekcry,Ghiss & Chiua .
A LARGE assorlment now opciting n. .1
for salc at the lowcst rate bv
MOLJIAN'S Sarstaejlla rojtrtf
lOoz. fursiilu by h- doz. or at ru
tail.by JOHN W OOI).
1'L.ASTER & SAI'T.
Hfj. subscribcr has now on hand ci.d :or
si.'tO vcrv low
3,000 BusheU C W. Salt,
1,200 do T. I. do
.'.200 do Lisbon, do -
200 RbK finc Wcslcrn S..U.
200 Tons Nova Scolia Plastcr, In
Bulk or Bags a purchasers mav wish.
10 Boxcs JloutdiCandlcs,
IU do No'-'lrSo'ap,
2 do do Spcrm Cundles.
Mrchants r'u .ing to purchase S A Is T
will have it nt ror.uced price.
Vergennes Oct. 41 64 1. 36 if