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elfOtrin tbrrH fbtough tho whofe Whig ar-
tLOUgnoui me uuiuu, uuu iuu4i prupur-
:.Mv dcnrcss onr opponcnts.
Threc uiora Lofo-Foco Congrcssmen
sftwithont Conatitucncics. Now.gcntlc
'ia Lccos, go on and put your TarUTde-
trojioK hill throup.il "B House, nnd thcn
'jnigb tbo the Beuate if you can!
r:J--TloAD Statistics. We nrorcqncs
.1 13 tsil upon the Town Committccs to make
,1;-. iyiorna of Rcil Road statistics as soon os
THK QUESTION IN CONNECTICUT.
Jv'cver was there a party vfho have succcc"
icito wellin blindiug themselvesas tho loco"
focracy. So completcly cnfatuated are tlic
fri.ctra3elocoa of N.Y. that tbcy darcd lo scnd
out tfccir doic icith the tariff Iracls, into old
Connecticut. Vati Burtti himself was equally
f.at.e ivhcn he aKcmpted toscolTat the prin
cipics, details of thatsy3temofprotcction,
ts uaintaiaanco of which alono can sustain
t!.oteiIing arm of Americaaindustry.and givc
prcsperity to tbo country. The attempt in
be present ongress to remoddlc tho tarilFis
rolling iho loco party swift over theprecipicc
cf diitniction. The fatal blast from the Con
necticut whig buglo is only premonitory of
the fftte to which their 6uicidal policy is hur
rjicg thcni. Tho battlo was fonght by the
Lijf in Connecticut under tho banncr of
Clay and ihe Tariff. Theknavishtricksprac
tlced to eatisfy tho people that Van was a
tiriirmaD,especiallyiti many instanccs thcir
c-Jeavors to surprcss tho substance ofthe
tVitchie lctter, eouldnothoodwinktho major
it of tbat enlightcncd Statc. Ilad thc locog
3c:ed houestly, and 'orought thcir free-trade
j-rinciples to the polla instcad of surpressing
l-.cm, tho majority against them would haTe
cn cocnted by thousanda.
-,AKE ROOM FOR LITTLE RHODY.
I doJc Island since the disgraceful course
flocorocoism in relation to the Dorr compi-rs-cv
toovcrlbrowhergovernment and fill tho
Sto,to vrith anarcby and Mood-shed, has bceu
to eutirely whig as to create little auxiety and
rjicit little attentlon. The clectiou for Govcrno r
crcarrod oa Wednesday hst, and rcsultcd in
ia ovcrwhleBirag whig majority for Govcrnor
sad nlhsr Stato officers.
(fJ,s'Says tho Watchman, "Paul Dillingham
ii franking Anios Kcndalls bypocritical ducl
tracks." Paul you are bcsido yourself. Once
yoa snpperted the very Ilenry Clay thcDuel
lst. You havo also supportcd Gcn. Jackson,
the most savngo of nll duelists if you own an
thor 5 to be beliered. You associato ia
pnr party nith multitudcs ofDuclists. For
shame Paul, consistcncy ia a jewell, and
this attempt to make flcsh of one nud lish
of atother ia uttorly contemptiblo acd mcanly
Tkt- FTOBtitT Senlinel, is tho nimo of n
IVhigTmpsr recently cstabliihed'at Ogdens
lcrgh, New York. h is a very respectable
ehoet, and prbuiiscg a warm and ardcnt sup
port to whig policy and tho uuiversal hig
party. We hail this papcr vr ith deliht from
& rcgion hitherto involvcd in ciramerian dark
e3 by tlle Binlster iufluccces of the Sage of
Ceaion, Bided by tho mystifyingiulluecccs of
ths Albany Argus. This is nn addition to
ifcirty or forty new vvhig Journals establislied
wiihin o fcw inoths to carry outtriumphautly
thocampaign of 18-U. Theworkgocsbrave.
ly on. Let St. Lairrcncc at least be cleared
fross th:dcadly miasraaof locofocoismivhich
hafl long infected her at:no sphere.
A hog the lirgcst 22 inontbs old, was kil
led fnei Tveek by David Paine of Leicester,
which wiighed 800 lbs. drest.
JtHOE ISLAND LEGISLATURE.
A special session of thia body commcn
ced st Providenccon Friday, callcdby the
Gqvcrnor, pursuant to a rcquisition of a
largenumbcr of tho members ofboth IIou
tes, to adopt measures adcquateto the e.
aergcncy in the affairs of thc Ststc grow.
inaoat ofthe interference of tho Housc of
Rcpresentatives ofthe Congress ofthe U
aited Stales tlierewith. Gov. Fenner, in
liis message, dsnics to the Congress of thc
Unitcd States any authority, under the
Constitution, to interfere with the internal
aEairs of a Statc in the manner, ju the
fortn, asd for the puipocs assumcd. He
is ofopinion, that thc attitude oftheState
on this occasion, should be indicatcd by a
silent eontcmpt of all the eflbrts made to
disturb ita peace, by persons in or out ofthe
House of Representatives of the United
fitales. But anticipating the most saluta
ry result from the deliberalions of the Lcg
Islaturo,'ho confidently commitsto its wis
doTn and patriotism, the protection ofthe
rights, tho honor, and thc dignity ofthe
"This Messago iras referred to a Com
mittee, lo talic the same into considcration,
Sndjeporl wbat action wasproper to be ta-
kca thereon. The Committee consists of
Messrs. Chace, Ames, Branch, Updike,
Dixon, AHen, T. Whrpplc, Smith, and
Ilabbitt, on the part of the IIousc,& Mess
rs. Lawton, Greene of Providence, Ilarris,
J. B. M. Potter, and Bowen, on the part of
Speaking of the interference ofthe Uni
ted Statcs JJouse of Representatives, with
tho internal and domcstic affairs of Rhode
Island, the Providcnc Journal says :-"This
interference hs been provoked by menty
eix members ofthe General Assembly, men
rhp have callsd upon Congress to exercise
an aneonstitutional power for the purpose
of putting dovn the constitution of the
State, whicb these very men have solemn
ly 6worn to eupport. Neyer before was a
Rhode Island Legislature called upon by
etronger motives of principlc and duty to
talw the etraiuht path ofitisticc. The mem
bers vrho havo cornmitted this violation of
their ttroro dnty, are unworthy to occupy
thBseata wh'mh they havedtsgraced."
KrTha Legislatura proceeded to adopt
atrong Protest aeainrt the right of Con
grwa, or oitbsr House, to interfere with
Wirpf that State, and dclaring their
determlnation to maintain and uphold the
present Constitution. Resolutions were
then passed censurinn' in tho ;trnnoi.ci
terms short of expulsion, the conduct of
ine mcmoers oi tliat Assembly who mcmo
.rializcd Congress, and "Ieaving them to
tne coniempt and mdignation ofall just
and honorable men." Such is the languagc
of the Rcsolve. Wc should Iike to know
. what the Dorrites in the Housc (Congress)
will do about it. Mr. Burke has aterri
,blc wcight on his shoulders, it fell lo Ncw
Ilampshire, the best ally, to bring thlssub-
(UaThc Northcrn Abolitionist dcsire
10 aooiisn siavcryevery wherc, and sothey
do all in their power to elect, indircctly,
loco focos known to be for sustaining sla-
verv. If Texas iq annovnd nnd slnrnrir
perpctuated.it will bethrough thc votes of
tucii men as are scnt trom XNcw liamp-
ciiiru. jixcnc acr.imei.
05'Mr. Calhoun arrivcd in Washington
on Saturday last. Mr. Clay had vislted
Augusta, as wcll asSavannah, in Georgia,
and was last atColumbia.S. C. Mr. Hen
derson, fromTexas, says oncnly, that, fail
ing at Washington, hc 13 commissioncd to
go to England, and .sec what kind of a
barsain he can make there 1 Dnn't thrpnt.
en so. Sentincl.
The Richmond (Va.) Enquircr is out,
atlast, in favor ofthe anncxation of Tcxas,
and so, probably, consult3 the intcrcst (for
a time only) of the State. Tcxan scrip
has riseii, and been inquired for, since the
belief of the submission to thc Senatc of a
treaty is so generally crcdited.
Resolutions egainst the annexalion of
Tcxas, have failcd, by majorities of from
3 to 10 in the Legislatures of Maine, New
York and Peunsylvania. Folloaing this
out, here would be thrce Korthcrn States
with 0 Senators in favor. New-llamt)-
shire 2, 8, to be added to the votcs ofthe
slave Statcs; buthalf the first G would jjo
against, ar.d many Senators also frora the
"One ofthe least of these consenucn-
ces ofthe aancxation of Tcxas is war.
war with JMcxico, certainly wilh Grcat
Britain, probabh-. Let thc People reflect
upon these matters wel! for to them thc
result is of no strikmg miportancc. A tcar
to protcct Slavcry against thc cicilizcd
tcorld, is thcultimatc point of degradation
to whicn a nation, boastinc to be free, is
likely to bc drivcn." Boston Couricr.
If Mcxtco, as well as Texas and Orc-
gon wcre desirable, and this country.
ammtious oi conquest, a treaty annexing
Texas would be just thc thing. Aftcr thc
conquest hy Cortes, thelndiau population,
with a singlc exception, were made slaves.
Since Mcxico threw ofTthe Spanish yoke,
slavcry has been abolishcd. It would be
a war, not only to protcct slavcry in Tcx
as, but to cxtcnd it to Mexico. Soruo of
the letters say no treaty will at present bc
submilted, it being wcll ascertaincd that
thc Senale would not ratify it.
1-Vom Uie Boston Alla.
Wo conimcnd to the considcration of every
mcmbcr of tho so stylcd "Libcrty Party," wc
zncan to cvery lioncsi member of that party,
all who incerely hope aud desire to promoto
thc ends proposcd by its organization-nll who
do not usc it as a stcpping stone to advance
thcir own felfisli and ambitious scbcmcs of
personal advantagc tho follouing su?ges-
tions from the Albany Evening Joumal. If
tho Tariff is repealcd if Tcxas is addcd to
thc Union, laz not political ubolition brought
about these diro calamities. Have you not,
pcrsuaded by such dcsiguing men, as Lcavitt,
liirncy and Co. contributcd to wcakcn and dc
feat the Whigs, and thus have you not given
to thc advocntcs of Southern intcrcsts, a fatal
asccndancy 1 Look at Connecticut. Ilarc
you not sent four "Korthcrn men with South
ern feclings," to tho Housc. Has not the
"Libcrty Party" bccn thc direcl means of tho
clectiou ofa Legislature that has prevented
tho choicc of ono who would vote against the
nduiission of Tcxas, and sclccted Johu !!.
Nilcs, who but for physical iuability, would
now bc in his scal to vote for its admission?
Havtf not the Liberty party been the direct
means cf putting Silas Wright into tho Uni
tcd States Scnate, from New York and Al
Icn into the Unitcd States Senate, from Ohio?
Have thcy not scnt some fifteeu Locos to tho
House from thcso Statcs-where, but for them,
Vhigs would have been cleclcd IfTcias
is ndmittcd, and the Tariff dcstroycd, who
havo done moro to briug these thiugs about,
thau the so stylcd Liberty Party ?
SCGGESTIONSTO POLITICAL AB
OLITIONISTS. If the bill now before Congress, destroying
the present Tariff, becoracs a law, its passago
will have bccn cffected by the votcs of Loco
Foco members who are iudcbted for their c
lections to thc action of tho Abolitionists in
Connecticut, New York and Ohio. Did the
Abolition Farmers and Hlechanics, in throw
ing away their votes, contcmplate such a re
snlt? Is tbo abolition nf SJavery, in the Pistrict
of Columbia, tho first step to be taken in tho
progrcss of Emancipation ? And if so, are
thc Abolitionists doing thcir duty in contribu
ting to the elcction of "a Northorn man with
Southern principles," who stands pledged to
Veto any bill Congress may pass carrying
out this greatly dcsired objcct.
Are the Abolitionists opposed to the asnex
ation of Texas to the United States? And if
so will thcy aid in the elcction ofa Prcsidcnt
and Congress favorable to that object ? Tex
as can only be anncxed orhopo to be annex
ed to the United Statcs. through the auspices
of Van Burcnism. Abolition, promoting, as
it does, by its political action, thc success of
men in favor of giving a fatal preponderancc
to thc South, must sliare in the responsibilty
of bringing Texas into thc Union.
Will not intelligent, considcrate men, weigh
tbc bearing of these suggcstions ? Will en
Iightened, philanthropic citizcns pursue a
course, tendingdirecllyto cxtendandprolong
tho cvils which they seek to abolish?
THE RECENT ELECTION3.
- TVeTroy Budget of Saturday accrscs the
Whigs of playing tho "gams of brag" m re
gard to theMcent olections, and then says,
-look at thc'tglKs," parading in staring capi
tals the folbwing
Ist. Thocity ofUlica.
2d. The city of Clevclaud.
Z3. The city ofDetroit.
dth. Tbe city of Chicago.
5th. The city of New Orleans.
Cth. The city of Harrisburg.
7th. The State ot New Hampshire.
So much for Weaselism, New let ui hear
a report from tho Coons themielTtt.
1st. TnE State or Georgia.
3d. Thb Stat or Martuisp.
3d. Thk citt OF BAtTlUOBE.
ilr ZUE C'TT OE PmtADlStPHtA.
oth. Tue citt or Taor.
Gtji. The citt kf Rochester.
7tlu Ths citt of BurrAi.o.
8th. Tue citt of Banooe.
9th. The Alleoa.nt District Pj
10th. &C.&C. TwELVEothcrGo'ngres'sional
Distncts in different Statcs, all of which were
To this tvc may add Jiund'rcds of Supervi
sors and other town officers gaincd Whigs in
Pennsylvama and New York ; fore.-hadowing
with comparativc certaiuty thedownfall of
x C??'m, m .lhcse Stxlcs at tbo Presi
There is uo ncccssity forthc Whigs to 'play
selves; nnd,hevrocTaimrn aq . Cl Cassimcres, VesUngs, Twecd Cas-
dcrthatHenrvClarwilIbethenpPr;,w's"ncrc3 and other Siimmer Clotbs for Gcn
of tho UniteJStntfs! nPidcnt , tIemen3 wcarjust receivcd at BIRGE'S
Loeosl you are in a pitiable condition.
Tho votcrs of tlie town ,r r
fricndly to the electien of Henry Clav. to the
. "i unueu otates and who are
m favor of a Prctectivc Tariff and other whig
liuusc m ino ccnter Uistrict, on tho 17 of A
pnl at 7 o'clock P. M. for the purposo of for-
.Signedby 32 ofthe whigs of Weybridge.
An adjourncd mecting in regard to im.
proving the Addi:on-Ccnnty.Grammcr.
School will bo holden at tho Tonn Room
on tnis wcancscay ereningat 6i o'clock.
1 ho citizens of this villano nro rcsnccU
r. .i i : . i , '
fully invitcd lo nttend.
In Bridport, on the 25th ult. bv Rev. O.
Sperry, Mr. Andrew J. Kebey, of Salisbury,
to Miss. Loraine Holman, of Bridport.
In Amherst, on the 23th ult.. Harript
W. wifo of Rev. Prof. Fowlerand daugh
ter of tho late Noali Wcbster, LL. D..
in Keading Vt., on tho22d ult. Mr.Paul
Stearns, Aged C9 ycars.
In this town of Consumption, on tbo 8lh
inst. Mrs. Adocia P. Mungcr, wife of Azro J.
Munger, aud daughtcr of JDea. David Boycc,
in the 27 ycar of her age.
3Irs. Muncer was for some vears a worthv
member of tho Congrcgational Church in this
town. Her last sickness, which was of moro
than six months duration, was bornewith true
Christion rcsignation. Just beforo she expir
ed, she callcd her only child, and implorcd
her HcavenlyFathers blessinsunon him. and
sbortly after, inthefull cnjoymcnt ofher
rcasou, anu a Jivciv Ulinstian Iione. she rc-
signcd herspirit into the hands ofher Redee-
In Wallineford, on the 11th inst. Alexan-
dcr Millcr, Esq., of aponlcxv suddenlv and
uuexpectedly, in theCSthyearof hisagc, aftcr
scverai monms conimemcut irom severe rheu-
matism. He had bccn an iuhabitant of that
place from tho age of scveu ycars, ccd now
not one of his name is lcft in the place to oc
cupy the prcmises, from which he followcd to
the grave, his father, mothcr and wif?.
Early in life hc bccame thoroughly read
and affected by infidel publicp.tions; but sud
dcnly arouscd, he started back, as frnm thc
brink of tho dark gulf, and planting his fcct
soundly on firm principles, gathered all tho
books under his hand, of such a characlcr,
aud cornmitted thcra to tho flames. Ever
forward in sustaining benevolent objccts, he
ha3 lcft by Icgacy, for the bcncfit of the Con
grcgational Church, with whom he worship
pcd aud tlie world, scverai thousand dollars.
His friends have rcason to mourn his exit,
as thcy cau never forgct his worth as a citi
zcn, a guardian, a counsellor nnd a relative.
Ho was honorcd in life and lamentcd iudcath.
OF DRY GOODS AT AUCTION.
At tho sloro rcccnlly occupicd by I.
R. Cushman, consislinir of Marscillcs
quilts of (ho largest sizcs, Tablo ploths of
ati Kinas ! napkms and. J owels. plain
linen for bosptns and Dickays ; J-c.
Privale sale ?n day timo, auction cvery
"tnJILL be sold an Sat. ncxt April 13th,
V v at the Middlebury Auction Koom ths
following articlcs of Uouse-hold Furniture,
1 3 foot table,
1 Cook Stovc, Elcratcd Ovcn,
2 Frcnch Bcdstcads,
1 Small Pine Table,
1 Dressing Table,
2 Wash Stands,
12 Din'g Chairs.
1 Raiscd SeatRockiog Cbalr,
2 Tin Pans,
2 Looking Glasses,
1 O. G. Alarm Clock,
1 Large Map. U. S.,
2 Sad Irons,
1 Tin Oven,
1 Set first ratc Cane Seat Chairs,
4 Joints Stovc Pipe, 1 Elbow,
3 Scwing Chairs,
3 Prs. Bellows,
C Napt Hats,
Lot Scelet Caps, A'c.
2 Sincle harnesses ncarly new, (can be
uscd as doublc) Single and double lines Neck
Yoke straps, long and short Whifiletrecs 5cc
Sale to commence at one o clock 1 . 31.
Z. BECKW1TI1 & Co. Auct.
The celebrated Risley 6c Co. GardcnSceds.
Also the Shaker Seeds from EnGeld, warran
ted snpcrior and ofthe growth of 1643.
For saleby Z.BECKWITH & Co.
pnu s a r. h .
A lnrorA rf Winrtnw Ttlindnnrl SnqVi nt
very low priccs, by Z. BECKW1TH &Co.
Middleoury .pru otu, ic-i-i.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
C. BIRGE, is nowreccivingbisusualVa
ricty of fashionable staple&fancy Dry Goods.
New Spring patterns, and chsap as ever of
fered for Cash.
April 10. 1844.
Ladics and Misscs Florence Braid, Straw
and Cyprcss Bonnets, Artuicials aodRibins
April 10 2344.
HATS AND CAPS.
Spring pattern, fice Mota skin, Leghorn I
Uouuie ana ciagio uiiui, ciin, v circt anu
Cloth Caps at " BIRGE'S.
Apnl 10, 1844.
Notice ! !
Persons havinff accounts for Cardinc Wool
by Mr. James Jcwctt, and thoso having cloth
drcssed aro licreby notilicd tnat tbe accounts
that are not previously adjustcd will be fouod
in the hands of au attorney for collection on
tho Ist of May. IRA STEWART.
Middlebury, Anril 8th, 1844.
Oilcd floor Cloth, Alatting and Carpetings,
April 10, 1844.
Balzorinc, Sup. Mous Dc Lainc, Ging
liams, Prints ifc. just received at BIRGE'S.
April 10, 1844.
Apnt iu 1B4-1.
PAPEIl 1IANGINGS &c.
1,000 picccs Paner,
60 " Borderinss,
Just received and very cheap at BIRGE'S
rT?rYDT7 O SWim'
triiiORGE S. bWlFT,
ATTORHEY AMD COUMSELOR AT LAW.
OJlcc in the Jtoom occupitd ly On Covnly
Clerk, in WainicriliVs hrick JJuildinff.
March, 2Cth 1844. 47;tf.
A good Stand for a
in Whitins. a littlo south of il rAA Wn'krr
"t:ln,' Ihe buildings consist of a cood fra
,nB.A iTmik. t.. ...,iii..i i ci -.i
med House, Bam audBlacksmith-Shop.with
a good Coalhouse, togetherwithhalfan acre
of tood land For Terms cnouire ofthe sub-
A. A. & J. RUSSIGUE, Assignecs.
Whitii'g March 2o. 47;5w
cithcr to thc sub-:cr:bcrs
or D,M. Russiguc on Book or Notc are rc
que?tcd to make immcdiatc paymcnt to
tho suhscribcrs All unsctt'cd accounts
must bo immcdiately closcd, either by notc
or paymcnt. no inistake, or cost will foll
ow! A. A. &. J. RUSSIGUE Assigncs.
Whiting, March 25, 1814. 47,0
THIS mny ccrtify that I have givcn my son
Sandford Johnson his time from this datc till
he is twcnty-one years of age. lle now is
at liberty to transact busiuess for himsclf, for
I shall claim none of his carnings, nor pay
anvdebts of his contracting after this date.
ROBERT A. JOHNSON.
Salisbury, 11th March, 1844. 45 3w.
BLACK CAMBRICK; Bl'kCloakfriug
cs and cimps, just rec'd by
BROWN & SHELDON.
...,-, 300 buahels Corn forsale by
ol 11 P. W. COLLINS.
Cornwall, Feb. 20, 1844.
AP AUGERS A new article of Cap
Augcrs Avhich cvery farmcr desirous of
good fcnces should have, forsale by
P. W. COLLINS.
Cornwall, Fcb. 2D, 1844.
ePRUCE CLAl'BOARDS AND PLANK
A quantity of Spruce Clapboards and
clear stuff, Spruce Planks wcll scasoncd for
saleby P. W. COLLINS.
Cornwall Pcb. 20, 1814.
Tho house and lot situatcd a few rods
North of the Jail, on thc road lcading to Jo
seph Dyars. Said house isin good condition
nnd pleasantly situated with a small bam,
woodhousc, cistern, and garden.
For furthcr particulars cnnuiro of,
Middlebury, Fcb. 2R, 18 14. 43;tf
L1ST OF LETTERS rcmaining in the
P. O. at Mddlcbury Vt. March 30th. 1814.
Solomon Abby Ebcn'r Moultou
Clark C Abbey .
5lrs. I3abcl Moflit
Mrs: P"Breckinridge Mrs.MarthaLNichols
hllenry Bowdish Mrs. Plouff
J D Burwill 1'inney c& bibley a
Miss. H BartholocewMrs. Mchali l'ratt
Rev.BBrierly 11 Mrs Almira Pinncy
Gaius Collamer P Phalar
Capt Edson ComstsckMiss Snrab A P.ansom
Hannah E Ricc
Mrs Sally Dcwcy
L J Dunuing
Silas W Elmcr
Col. Nathan Fostcr
Aaron A Fisk
Capt. Joseph RogersS
Mrs. S Sampsou
Dan'l W Smith
Miss. II A Spaulding
Mrs. Franccs Stearns
Miss. Ruth Stockwcll
Erastus M Fitch
Mrs. Sarah Goodrich Wm. Sawyer
Jos. C Huntington Jonas Trcfren
Henry Hamilton Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor
Samucl Hill James Tuckcr
Miss. Laura F HeathMrs. Harriet Thomas
Mrs. L Harrincton Ann 'Winchcll
Mrs. Lovina Haight
J M Hawkins
S W Jewett
Mrs. Lucy Johnson
Wm. J Kellbgg
Lyman V oouwaru
JSliss. M S Williamson
Geo. F Wainwright
j Mrs Layburno
I iiirs. ituiu iuooro
48 CHARLES BOWEN, P
I TEIE uaoccnpied part of thc buildins directly
.,,, of .1. 0u Coiie bolldinr. and tlie Iront part
ot tSC ncase aitoaieu m uie nona hcji wiixr vi me
, collcgecomraon. Bodi prcmises well calcuhtcd to ac
' cornmodate faeilics. 'Applylouw undcrsigocd for
TI1E Subseribcr bating opcned an Oulceforthe
transaclloo of J-aw businscs, would inform tbe
pnblie tbat b? will be ready to wait upon all wha
roay baieo:cuion for his profeional errlcei at
his OEcc orsr the Store of Ira S:eirart Eiq. a
few doon south of the Tost Office,
EMERSON R. WRIGHT.
Middltbory Jan. 8, 1841.
S1LK, Cypress.i Willow Bonnets, just
raceivcd, and for sale by
Nov. 27 1843.
URBSprcrmW. S. Lamp Oil war
Mtifpd in hc thi vprv best also Lin-
seed oil Flannaean's best for sale nt
20 ps. S. W. St C..W. Alpacca Lusters,
150 do. Calicoes,
SCO0 yds. Shectings,
500 do. Ticking,
For sale by P. W. Colliki.
TO FARMERS AND OTHERS.
TheSubscriberwiHkeep onhanda full and
eompleteassortmcntofSTOyES,of the most
approved Patterns. Together with a general
assortment of TIN, COPPER & SHEET
IRON WARE-, which will be'soldat a grcat
rcduction from formcr pnces.; JVIso flth-
tcr Mass. snpcrior to any thing of tho kind,
cvcr offcrcd in these parts. Also Sash, Door
Blinds &c. manufactured in Brandon.
J. B. WILSON.
Intho green Storc, formerly occupicd hyR.
D. Farr. 49;tf
A HOCSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
Tho subfcribcr offers for salo hb housc
lot pleasantly situated ia thcvillagc of Mid
dlebury ncar the new College, now occupicd
by N. B. Harvey. A Iiberal crcdit will bo
given and price reasanable for particulars
cnquiro of JD. Wostcr.
Sliddlcbury Fcb. 10th, 1814.
ACKEUEL CodfUh and Table Salt of
suncnor cmalitv. for sale nt.
RUSSEL.L 5- GRIDLEYS.
D 4, 1843.
Miss. Loosiis, Miss. Dcsimo, hare opcned
a shop sccond door Piorth of tha Conirrccational
t -' I T . t . ... l. ' .1
Alcctjn? Houe. uhere ther intcud to carrv on tho
busincss cf Jlillin'rs nn.l Manlnamnkers, they liavc
the Latest Fathions which wiil be nude un in thc
most approved stjlo anddupatch, they soLata .hare
of ratronage. 43:tf
Uiieese-. ?S ' - v"iC"c a "rsl raiu
lor sale by
W. S. Joiisso.v.
Soorl Onfe 500BUSHELSUats.
lvU a good nrticlc to sow.
I nf. BUSHFLS CORN. by
- W. S. Jonsso.v.
Aptil 1st 1814
OWHIDE acd Cnffskin Bouts,
J CntandWroughtNails au assortment
or sale lower tbaa ever by
Oct. 1G, ISia, W.S. Jouxsox.
Jlas. Rjlwso.v & Sister would inform tbc La-
dies and Gentlemen of Middlebury, that they
have reinoved to thc honse oppasite the (Baptist
Mccling Housc, formcily occupied by KMer
Kingsoury, wncro tneyacsign to cont'nuc inc
Tailorcssand Drcss-making busincss aUo all
kinds of plain sewing.
TO THE LADIES.
Flowcr Secd3 a grcat variety for sale by
Z. BECKWITH & Co.
April 8. 1S44.
A fcw new milch Cows, first
rate, for salo cheap by
March, 15th 1844.
'Jl "j bushcl for sale by
VERGENNES AMD TROYLIME.
M. D. IIALL & Co.
THIS lirie of Boats will be in first rato re.
pair at the opening of Navigitian and will com-:
rnence runru'ng to and Irom Troy & Vergennes.
LeaviRcVergenncs every TuesJay and Satur
day fteruing at 7 o'clock A. SU and Troy cve
rv Wednesday and Sattuday at 3 o'clock P. M
Vnriglit will bc received iu Tioy up to thc hour
ofstarlins. freiiht to bo sbinpcd from Ver-
irenncs rauil bo on board the day previous.
f assengcrs trarellin; Soatli will find this a
cheapand convcnicnt routas wellascxpeditipus,
and no pains will bc spared lo render thera com
fortablo and satisficd. 1 he I'roptietors of tlus
Line bopo and believe that tho promptncss and
dcspatcb, tbat GowU are shippad by lb bno
will cnsaro tbom a full share of Publis Patron-
R. CIIAPMAN, Aecnt
Vergennes.' D. IIALL, Ascnt.
255 River Strcet up Stairs Troy, N.Y.
Vergennes, April lst 1844.
VERGENNES & BUFFALQ LiNH. i
CAPT. F. M. SHAW.
WILL eotnnence her trtp on the SOlh .'Ipril
betweeu this City and Buflilo 1. Y.
Runnlns day and night as follows :
Lcaves Vergennes, Lcaves Bufliiilo,
April 30 Mny 13
Mav 28 June 10
- T . . 1 . . Q
2o ouiy a
G Allg, IS
fi Scpt. 10
1 OcL 14
q9 Nor. II
This Packct will be in first rato onler for
thc ncconiinndatioii of Passcngcrs aml
freight. Will leavc Vergennes at 7 o'clock
in the morninjr, towcd by Stcatn iJoat to
Freight must Ikj on boaru tno
Thosc inovingor visiting
their friends in the far West will find this
the most expeditions. and at the same titns
the cheapest route they can take. Thosc
who choose to do so, can havo every facili
ty forBoarding thcmselves. Due attention
will bc paid to all passengcrs by a carcful
Cnptnin and crew. For furthcr particulars
R. CHAPMAN, Accnt, Vergennes.
JOY & WEBSTER, Buffai0.
WM. STIMPSON, 5 Uunal
Vergennes, April 1st 1844.
OIL Sc PA1NTH. Linsced Oil, boiled
and raw, and an assortment of Paints,
or sale by W. S. JotiKso.f.
JUST RECEIVED TheAencyofDoct.
Buchan's Hcsgaria3 B.vuau for Ad
dison County. At
RUSSEL & GRIDLEYS.
New-Treatmcnt of Consumption !
Buchan't Hangarian UaUam of Life.
Prepared in London, England, and rcc
coramcnded by all cf thc most celebrated
Physicians in Europe. Sold wholesale ro
tailby RUSSELL & GRIDLEY, Mid
dlebury. Agents for Addison County .
HEolT, RYE, Corn, Oats, Biick
wheat, Pcas and Beans, for sale by
State of Vermont,
District ofNo-.v Ilavpn. (
en at Bristol withln and for Jha district of New
Haven, on the 20th day ofAIatcb, 1811,
Joha D. Needham, ffuanlian. of HENUY
NEEDHxVM.aminorsoaof Dr. Jceph Need-
lum, Iateof Bristol, doceafed, made application
to sald Court, lbr licensc to sell tbe followins de-
scnbcd Lands or lus said ward, laying and being
ia Bristol in tbe County of Addison aud State of
Vermont; described as foilows, towit: Beguining
at thc south east corcer of a piece of land deeded
by Chauncey Woor to Jcscph Ifcedhara, and
now owned "by Willian H. Ncedham, thcnce
west on the south Iine of said "Wiliiain H. Nced
ham's land 6 north 53 rods; thence south 1
east 11 rods and 21 links toa stake and stones,
thence west G 3 north 12 rods, thence south C
thence south du
west2Irodsand201inks. theico east SOsouth
C3 rods aad 9 links, thence northS o wcst 30 rods
to tbe first rnentioacd bounds. Coatainms 11 a-
crcsand50 rods or land; rcpresentiDg W sald
Court that it would be conducive to the interest
of his said ward to sell the aforesaid rcal cstate
for tbc purpose ot putlirjs the procecds of such ;
sale at intcrcst.
i "Whcrcupon it is hercby ordcred by said Court,
that the said application stand for a hcarin;; be
fore saij Court, at a session thcreof tobe holden
at tbc oSce of tbc Judje of said Court in Bris
tol in said District on tbe first Monda v in Mav
next, at 8 o'clock A. M. and that aoiice tbereof
; be givcn to all persons inteicstcd, by publisbin
this ordcr, cmbracing the suLstance of said pcti-
tion a thc iNorlncru uaiaxy, printca at iMidiUe
bury in thc Couzty cf Addiicn, three weeks snc
cessitxly, previous to the Ujie of said Court.
Givcn under m band aad the teal of said
Ccurt. at Bristol this 20u'i day of March, A. D.
1841. 19 3w.
L.S. HARVEY MUNSILLJudge.
State of Ycbuoni, )
District of Netv Havin, J
' T.M.t.n t llr?cr,T .rtl.;n nn.t r.. .k...:i n
j Jfe w Havcn, on tho SOlji day of March 1811
r T, RntU.li ..J wi.ii. ti tj.ii a jJLi-
il:zt0TS on ecstate of EVEUETT D. IIALL,
)ate 0f Monkton in said disuict, deceased, prc-
scnt thcir sccond Administration account for set
tlemant and allowance. It is thcrcfore ordered
that the same be cxamined for allowance, at a
?iobatc Court to bc holdeu at Bristol in said dis-
i trict, ai the office oi thc Judge of said Conrt, on
tac ursi iUonuay in iiay next, at tu o clocK i.
M., and that tbe said Adrainistntors give notico
tncrcof to all persons iutercstedjlhat thcy may ap
pcarandii'ake thcir objcctions, if any they niav
havo, to tb2 allowance of said account, by pub
lishuiff a certified copv oflhis ordcr in the Uorth-
em Galaxy, a ncwspaper printed at Middlcbun-.
three weckssuccess vcly, prcrioasto tlie time of
saia uonrt. yj w.
Ilamy Muntill, Judgc.
A true copy of reconl,
Attcst, II. Mztnsill, Judgc.
STATE OF VERMONT
Disiricl of Neickaven ss. I
Bc it rcmcmbcrcd, that at a Probate Court
hlden at Bristol in said district, on the 20th day
of March, 1811,
Major Kuthcrford Administrator of the Estatc
of AVILLIAM RUTHERFORD.lateof Monk
ton in said district, deceased, prcscnted his pcti
tion in wriling, praying for liccnse to sell rcal es
tate of the deceased for thc purpose of paying the
debts of the deceased xid cxpcnics of adminis
tration, and thercin scts forlli thc aiaouut of debts
dae from the deceased, end chargcs of adminis
tration, tbe value of personal cstate and the sit
uation of thc rcal cstate, and that it is r.cccsary
to sell all the rcal cstate of the deceased fur the
purpose aforesaid: it is thcreforc ordered that said
petition bo considcred at a session of said Co'irt,
tobeholncnat theoflice of the Jndtrc of said
Court, in Bristol, in said district. on thc firslMon'
day of May next, at 10 o'clock ib ffce forcnoon:
and that said Administration givc notice thereof
toail persons lntercsted, tnat tney may appear
and make their objcctions, if any thcy may have,
to said licecsc being eranted, by publishins a ccr-
tificd copy of this order in the Northcrn Ualaxr.
a newsnapcr printed at Middlebury in the Coun
ty of Addison, thrce weeks succcssivcly previous
H. Mdhsill, Judge.
A true cony of record, 49
Attcst, II. Munill, Judfje.
STATE OF VERMONT, )
Dkttlct of New Uarcn. ss. (
Bc it rcmcmbercd, that at a I'rohatc Court hol
den at Bristol, within ahd fortlie district of Iicw
Ilavcn on the JSlhday of March, A. I). 1HH,
William Worth 2d, and JuIiaA. White. Ad-
minbtralor nnd Administntris on the Estatc of
AUGUSTUS AV'UITE,latc of Starksboro' in
said district, deceased. presentcd their retition in
writing, praving for liccnse to sell rcal cstate of
the deceased lor the purpose ot paying the dcbls
of tbc deceased and cxpcnscs ot' Administration,
and thercin sctsforth thc amount of debts due
from tlic dcccascd,and chargcs of adrainistratiun,
tbc value of tbc personal cstate and tbc f ituaticn
of tbc rcal cstate, and that it is nccessary to .cll
all the rcal 'cstate of the deceased, (ciccpt the
widow's dower) together with the rcversion ol the
said dowerfor tbe purposes aforesaid; it is thcre
forc ordered that said pstitionbc considcred at a
session of said Conrt, to be holden at tbc ofiicc of
thc Judge of said Conrt, on tbc first Monday of
May ncxt, at 10 o'clock A. M. and tbat said Ad
ministrators give notice thcreof to all perf ons in
tcrcslcd, that they may appear aud make their cb
jcclions, if cny they may have, to said liccnse
bcicg grantcd, by pnHishiiu: a certified copy of
tbis ordcr in the ;orlbern (Jal Jiy, a news.iaj.cr
prinlcdilMiddlcbury in tbe county of Adui.on,
thrce weeks successively previous to thc time of
HARVEY MONSILL, Judsc
A true copv of record
STATE OF VERMONT, )
District of Xcw Ilavcn. J
Bc it rcmembcrcd, tliat at a Prolate Court hol
den at Bristol, within and fur the district of New
, liavw, on thenrstday or April, ioii,
i The Administrators on theEstatc of JUSTICE
' WILLOB Y, lateof Monkton ia said district, de
ceased, present their pctition in writing, praying
. lar liccnse to sell real estatc ofthe deceased for
1 ihe miroose of navici? Ihe debts of the deceased.
and cxenses ot Administration, and tlicrein scts
forth the amonnt of debts due from the deceased,
. and chargcs of administration, the value of per
' sonal estate, and the situation of ihe real cstate,
and that itis nccessary to sell all thc real cstate
of the deceased, (except thc widow's dower,) to
gethcrwith thcreversion of said dower for thc
pnrposes aforcoaid; it is thcrcfore ordered that
ScllU I3CUUUII UU UUSIUCiCU Ufc d DU3IUU VI StllU
Court. to be holden at the olfice of the Judge of
j said (Jourt in iJnstol ia said district, oa tne lirsi
Monday of May next atlO o'cIocka. and
that satd Admiaistrators givc notice thcreof to all
persons intcrestcd, that thcy may appear and
make tbcirobiections. if any thev may have, to
said license being granted, by rubUshing a certi-
hed copy ol this order m the loriccm uaiaxy, a
newspapar printed at Middlebury, in the County
of Addison, thrce wecks succcssively ta tbe tcrm
nARVEY MUK5ILL, Judge.
A true copy of lecnrd,
Attest, !l. Muill, Jodie. 49
STATE OF VERMONT,
District of rew Jiaven, ss.
Be it remerabcrcd, that at a Probate Coart hol -
den at Bristol on the first day of April, 161 1,
nr.r.ORV.Iatff of Montton. deceased. mnd'
application tosaid Court for an extension of tbe
time within which to pay thc debts and scttle the
acconnts ot said tstate.
Whereupon said Coart ordered said Apminis -
trators to notify all persons interested to appear at
a Probate Court to be holden at the office of the
Judge of said Court ia Bristol, in sald district, on
the rirst Monday in May ncxt, at 10 o'clock A.
M. then and there to make objcctions jf any thcy
have, to the extension of said time, by pub -
ilshing a certified Copy of tbw ordcr in tho
Nprthern Galaxy Middlebury Peoplcs
Press a newspnpcr tirintcd at Middlebury
in tho County of Addison, three wcekssufl-.
cessively prior to said time.
HARVEY MUNSILLiJnJge. ;
A true Copv of .Recprf,
Attest, H. Mcxsitx, JuJgc. 13
To tkt Ilon. tlie PnUde Courtuf
the xHslriet of Xets Hcven:
Wm. Worth 2J of S Urkslxiro, ia aid distrlcrniT
mioiitrator, and Julia A. White of aM Surkaburo
adminiMratrix of the citaieof Augcstuj IViiite
late of Kiid Starkatiorojdeeeaiedi jisprttfnllT rrp'
rewint that Jamej Cliare of iaid Starksboro, nnd tlic
1 intcsute eatcrel into a ecruic contract mwtiliu.
bcarinjr date April ISth 1839 w and with Samuer
J.imEs il aml Afiin Ciile of aa:d Starksboro. thf
condition of uhich contract nu tbat rfjbc suuf
SaraueUamts 2d ai'dAmos Colepavor rame t bo
paid two certain notes dated ?th Auznst 1SJ7 of 'tli '
suni of two hun Jrcd and ttveoty-threo dollars earhr
made payablc to Theron Douney and signrd hy siiif
Jaincs Chase, Augustna White and Satcuel James
in case the said James Chasc amlAugustus Whit?
wcre to cxrcule to the raid Samuel Jaincs 2d and A
rnos Colc. three QuitIaim dced of crrtaia 1am! in
said Starkstorot lo wit: the 2ii diTtsiqn lot cf Jo
rcph Saflbrd, cxccpt forty acre of an c;nal w dt!l
LiRen ofTof tbc cstci!dof said lot: elo tho nest
half of the 2Jdiriiioa lot of the right of Kdwiml AW
r" " t.i i i i. ,t.- ..:.f
i.'n'n ,i''l ? !. 7 ""FJL rZ..ZJX,.J.l
hA .i tK dccea.e '
saIJ 'AuJlM WKus anj ,tm ctxtcd.
Whcrefure the saii Wm. Worth 2d and JnnaA.
White praT Uut the saiJ coort to grani u.itoilicin
i;i-.rir nn,f w;it tidceJ jiJ hnds arcurdin!: tt
i!,e tcru of said contnict, a-rceably tu tlie staicw
ia such casc made and nruvidod.
WM. WORTH. 21
JULI.V A. WHITE.
Srarksboro, Feb. SJ, 1S4 1. 43
Statb or ArEr.MosT,
District of lcu llarcn.si.
llc. it rcmembereu tliatat a probato ceort noiueo
at Itrisloi nithin andlcr the district of lcw Harcc
on the -lih il.iy of March A. I). 184-1 it is ordered by
sam coutl liut au persons corcerncfi,,be rot.t-ea ur
onncar beforo euid coort at a session thcreof tobcr
holden at theoflice ofihe Jndgc of caidconrt in Bris
tol insauidUtrict on the first Moaday of Mi-ycexl
at 10 o'clo k A. M". ihen and iherc to show rause, if
anv thev mav iLire . whv the lilicrrv and authoriry re
qucsted in tlie toreiroing opptication should Dot b-"
grantctl, aml tnat lor aat purpore iue sauiai puca
tion, together with this order be puhlished in the
Northcrn fialaxy printcd at Middkbury thrce eek
successiiely as soon as may bc.
-n- lu mlr.css nncic.l 1 uare iiere umo trotru
J I q tl.e seal cf said ccurt, anj sobscril cd mv
inamc.at tlristol iu said district this 4di
s-y- darof March 18-SI.
43 HARVEY .V.UNSILL, Judsc.
STATE OF VERMONT, J
Addison Diitrict, sj. 5
Ie it rciucmberril. that Probata Cw:rt lcld rt
Shorflari ia and for the District &f Addison, ua thr
4th day ofapril A.l. 1S44.
John l ouuts administrator ci luo csiAte ot
JOSKPI1 J. TOBIAS
Lte of said Shoreham, dccta! J, prcscrts his dir.!n
istration arcoutit for a'lowance; It is ihnieoion or
dered, tliat tlic same bc eSJwa-neil for altuuarto at a
session oruits Court to Le heltt at tbc oticc ol Uttncy
II. Evcre.'t Ij., in said Slicrcham, oa TLuisday
the 2J d.y of .MLaynexi, at oce o'clock ia thr aftcr
noon; antlthat said administrator givjnl l etlicrt
of lo all persons intcrcslcd, that thcj mu- nppcar
and make thcir objcctions if any thev may liave, ta
tlie allowance of said account, Ly pubiiyhiti!; a certi
fied copy of this ordcr in the Korihrrn Gslaxv a
ncwvp.iper printcd at Middlebury in raid Dutnrt.
thrco wecks succcjs'iicIt previous to tlic liiae of ui J.
S. Bushntll Uci,iiieT
a true copy cf tccotJ,
49. Mictl J. S. nushndl Regtiter.
STATE Or VERMONT,
District of New Ilavcn, ss. ,
I!e it rcmenibcrol ,hat at a l'robato C oui t hot
d:nat Bristol, witkinandforJhe.iUtrlct f Ney
Havcn, on thc lirsi day oi iipm, ifli,
Tbe Administrators op the Estatc of JUJTIN
AV'ILLOBY, lateof Monkton in sai l district, de
ceased, mada application tosaid Court to havo
thcir accounts with sail Iitateas Administra.
lon, cxamined and allowvl :
Wlicrcupon, thc said Cr.nrt ordered tl.e sald
Admiuistrauirs lo r.otify all persoas lconcemeolo
appear at a Probate Ceurt to bc holden at Bristol
in said diMrictct thc cflice ofthe Jn.li?; cf sail
Court, on the first Monday ia Mav ncxt, rt 10
o'clock, A. M. thcn and th'crc to raake thcir objec
tions to the allowance of said account, if thi-y ?re
cau.se, l.y pul lisbing a certified copy cf tbis oTiVr
in tlie Northern Gtlaxy tlircc wevks succcss.vciy
previous to the time c said Court.
HARVEY MUNSILL, Judge.
A trac Copy cf ltccord.
Attejt, II. Mcksill, Judga.
STATE OF VERMONT.?
Di'itricl ol Addi-o;i vs. J
DE it rcmcmbcrcd tbat at n Prol-atc Court hcIJ ai
Shorciiam, in am for llie Iitrictuf Adiison,.nthfr
onlhe 4th .'.lycf April A. I.
Itufus Perk'ins aHtniuiiiirat'ir of thc estatc cif
late of Middlebury in saidDistrirt deecasd, mak-!i
application lo this Conrt, to kivo tho n.ne alLiued
hiui for ihcpayment ofthe dcbtsoftha dc.-eied cx-
e timi liere
ihis Cnnrf. lo bo hell.it ihi r.fiice of Udncr II Kv-
erest Esq., insaid Slurcliam, oa Thursday ihs 2.1
day of May nrr.t.nt cue o'clock in the aftcrnoon,
and tbat. notice thercuf bc given to all pcrsocs ioter
cstcd, that liiey n ayappcnr U niako thcir objeciions
if aii they nny have, to sald time hcing extcudcd, by
p-aUish'njacertiSeJ copy cf diisonler in Ihe Iorlh
rrn GaliNy.anewspaper printed in said Middlebury
thrco wecks iu successioii previous to the session cf
J. .'. BUSUNELL, Risittr,
A true coiiy ui rcccrd.
b Allest. J. 3. DUOtJI'if.L.L.r
Will bo sold at Public Auction, atthc dwel-
ling house of Nonuan Tuppcr ia Eliddlcbcry,
on ths 4th day of May, at 2 o'clock in tho nf
tcrnoon. funlcss previously dispcsed cf at rri-
vate nale,) agrcesbly to aii ordcr of ;!.o I'ro
br.te Court for Distiictof Addison, tho follow
ing rcal cstate of Henry Ilcir la'e nfrnV.Jlid
dlcburydcccascd, Viz.100 acrcs of land Iyin.3
on tho Monntain, 1 1-2 uiiles frora the Eait
Villagc of Middlebury, formerly oeciip'u-d by
Shubel Heir, and kuonn as the "Aubott !oU"
There isancxccllcntsugarorchanl.and about
30 acres of fine cleard pastort land ou said
Also, about sir.ty scres of excellent pas'.nro
land adjoining the first mentioncd lot.
Norm Trjrrcn, &, f h Elfc
Rurcs rr.Ritiss, J
Tho nliseriber would r2.Tctfullv inform tbe
pnblic tbat be has taken thc Tavern Standlfjrm
crlvecupiedby Joscph C. Hnntington on the
wesiiueoi inc "io- u iiu-ui";i "
tends to keep a hoase of p'-ii lic entertainn cnt up
on strict Temperancrprinciples, tnd Iiop'S to :
cnre tbc patronage ofan who will be ?at:sficd
wilh the fir .t ratc accommodations which :.uch a
housc can afford. He has had mnch cxrciicnce
in thU lbic of lusiness, and flatters himstlf tbat
by bb assidnocs attention to srtpply ttc wants of
his guests, be will be able to give enlire satis&r
tion to all those who may favor bim with their
ALLEN II. HAWLEY.
Middlebury, April 9tb, l&ll. 4
TAKE NOTICE !
The sabsctibcr would rcspectfuCy inform tbc
public that he has commcnced mannfcciuiin j, m
L.Wi.n t;ii ii,rwrrtv necnnied Lv Edwanl
I Jewett, at Xew Ilaven Kast ruius, ana ciapio cu
! the best workmcn.put bis machinory in thoroufh
1 rcpair, and is in readincss, to rccci ve, ana m Jiu-
facture JJM i"LTIC . Knr,m, . vn
i'i-iiut ui.uiiu, viuj-.,
Qa reasonable tcTms, by the yard, oron sbarcj.
trhich he pledges himsclf shafl be done in tbe best
i manner, and to the satisiacuon oi sn wno rooy
' favor him with their patronage. T he sulscribcr
will give strict, and constant personal attenti.'n
to the btuiness; and from the lccg expericncc he
has had as a mannfactater, hopes to rcccive a
jibcril share of the puTiiic patronage.
, EDWARD PHA1K
, j;, jj. Cloth dre3sing done as csual, aJ inna
good style as possille. , P.
New Haven East Mills, April Sd, l&ll. 43
r"ONGRESS Spring Water. just rcceivol
and for ale by tho dor. or ssg!e hottlr,
at RUSSEL is GKID.LEY'3.
Feb. 14th, 1644.