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d,nH ofonrprodcclioni agriculture rcquired
hat little nrotcction, nnd tliat confined to a
few hranches only. And we would ask at
tbe time these scntences were uttered, what
branchej of agriculture except the raiting of
wooh.then but little tbougbtof, requtrcd pro
tection neamst foreign regulatiousl Ihu
boc cr, is one of the branches of agricultur-
jl Droduction whicli Mr. Clay intended to
protect as appears from the whole tecor of
hh course evcr since. Nor can any one rea
wuably Rupposc thatastatesmanwhoseniot
to ha ever been protection to Americr.n 111
dt.stry would exclude protection to any
branch bicb nccdcd it, cspecially of agn
culture wbich absorbs the laborof nine-tenths
of our population.
But is it not clear that our editor intended
to create upon the public mind tbe imprcs
sion thatMr. Clay depreciated Protection to
Agriculture in gcncral.whilc the wholcspeech
bclics such a coustruction, and that portiou
of it quotcd was intendcd by Mr. Clay to
sbojr how very inadeqnate was protection to
manufacturcs in pToportiou to tbeir wants
uhen comparcd with otber intcrcsts which
This intenlion of Eastman to create a false
imprcssion is furthermanifested by the fact
tbat the uiis-quotation is couuccted withgar
blcd extracU from Mr. Clay's otherspceches
dcsigncd to malo out Mr. Clay au anti-tarin"
msn. This our fricud knew to be false. and
he tbercfore confidcntly asserted thc language
attrihutcd to Mr. Clay to be false. And we
confidcntly appcal to the public whether it is
not rirlually and substautially io. Why did
our editor supprcss the word "little," aud
"the regulations of foreign poicers," but to
to lead the public to suppose tbat Mr. Clay
saw no nced of protection to agriculture un
der any circumstance or to any branch of it,
wliicb contradicts the hole teuor of his life?
But wc have alrcady spcnt too much t'tne
cpon our neighbor of the Age. He has an
Ebominable way in common with his politi
cal clique ofpcrveitiug tbeactsand language
if public mcr. to scrvo his purposcs which
it would be folly to quarrcl with cvery time
hs cbooscs to indulgc iu it. But what was
our astouishmcnt in perusing the proceedings
of the Loco-Foco Convention recentlyasscm
blcd in Middlebury to find thatthey hadsccn
fit to iutcrposc in this sinall controvcrsy by
taking poor Eastman under their guardian
nbip, and on mQtion of E. W. Drury had
inust magnaniraoutly resolved in substance,
that thc editor of the Age was one of the
must truthful upright and firni journalist iu
tbo country, while in relation to thc attack
uiadethrongh the Galaxy upon this paiagon
of the dcmocracy, we arc denouuced asbcing
" unwortby of bcing an editor ofa paper by
"randid and highmindcd mtn of any party."
We are willing to lcare tbo public to dccidc
lbe relative merits of the editor of the Galaxy
nnd the editor of the Age in auy respcct iu
ivhich h comparison can be made.
But has it conic to this, that the Addison
County deraocracy have put themsclves un
der the lead of the Coon Huntcr of Wood
stock, and the ex-Postmaster of Middlebury.
And how pitiablc that so respcctable a body
of rcn as might have composed ihat Con
vention, (alibough w e areinformcd that very
fcw were present) sbould submit to pander
the pitty pasfions of thcse mcn.and cspccial
Iv to bccome tbe conduit pipethrongb which
Mr. Drury sbould difgorge his venom
npon us. But hat shous the totnl disre
gard to truth of the viperous individunl who
penned the rcsolutiou is, that he has made it
assert a falsehood in the prcamble, eien by
the ndmissiou ol Eastman himself. Thc res-
olution says. Eastniau publisbed as the as-T-crtion
of Mr. Clay containcd in the first vol
timc of his life and spccches. "Agriculture
icants little or no jirc teclicn againsl tht regula
tions of foreign powers." Now the Age it
clf shous no such thing. The sentcnce quo
ted ihere is "Agricvllure nccdsno protcetion,"
leaving out the rmiair.der vtbich as we have
heforeshown most matcrially qualiCcs the
With tespcct to thc rank and file of thc
Loco-Foco party, and many indiriduals of
itforwhom we have thc highest cstecm, we
have nothing to allcge. But to those who
nnrcflcctingly followed those who lcdonwith
tlip Kcurulous lcfolutions against us, c lir.vc
nnly to say. Gcutlemen, you have nbuscd
your on charactcrs, for dccency, justicc
and humanity. morc than ourselvcs. This is
ihesccond time you have been guilty ofa
Kiiisl out of the way and dastardly nttempt to
dcstroy thc confidcnce of the public inus.and
that too without the sligblest real knowlcdge
of the facts, and upon grounds which in thc
tniuds of evtry unprejudiced man we bclievc
kc have shown utterly fallacious and entircly
culpating the editor of the Galaxy pcrson
atly. But how puenle and impotcnt
jnu appear in this venoinous course. A
Loco Convcution rci)eatcdly voting a Whig
editor unworthy of confidence. Suppose a
Whig Convention should as in your case at
tbe iustigatiou of tomo vindictive and malig
uant mcmber stamp the editor of the Age
with being the most scurrilous and lying edi
tor in your ranks, and that he publisbed a
very naughty paper, would guch bnt
tum fulmcn coming from political opponents
lessen tbeir confidence in himj No. They
would go by the ruleof contraries. And this
opens to us a door of kuowledge which we
have scarcely before thought of. Tbe vin
dictive 6pirit ofthe leading Locofocracy
accounts in some degree for the increase of
eur subscription list, aud the flattenng ox
pressions of approral which daily reach our
ears, from tbe most respectable Whigs of
Addison County. And we would say once
foralltothemaliguantsln tbe ranks of our
opponents, we do not wonderyou calumnhte
a jouroal which, to the best of its power de
featt all your hopes of political aggrandize
roent. We Jo not publish a paper to accora
aodate you. We are a Whig, we are fight
iag in the Whig ranks, we glery in the Whig
cue. Of course wo expect nothing but
abusefrom Locofocoism and all its myrmi
do. Wc oppote its principlc. its practi-
j ccs, its men and its measurcs. We denounco
Locofocoism as a faction in our gorernment
which sustains itself in power by deceiving
the people, and by the most sbame
lcss abuse of tbeir opponents hitherto unpar
alled in tbe history of political warfare.
But after all we should have charity for
thesc vituperative Loco-Focos. The ravcu
wing of dismay and disappoiutment is now
sprcad frightfully over them. Their equa
nimity is most sadly shakcn. They are
sueeping ovcr the dam of destruction with as
much rapidity as the bitterest foes could de
sirc. Let them disgorge the fumcs of their
vindictive wralb upon us. In the day of tbeir
triumphthe RomaussulTered even theirslavcs
to vilify tbeir raastcrs. Ah, how the news of
Whig victories falls on the saddened hopes
and checrless spirits of Locofocoism, con
firming tbeir fears and palsying all their ef
forts. We cannot complain if they vent
abundantly their black and billious spleen up
on us. Wc are certainly cndeavoringto pro
mote the triuraph which entilles them to do
so. Les t they sbould otbcrwise sivcll up, and
dic of their own veuom, we hope they will
coutinuc their amiable labor3 till after the
ncxt Presidential canvass.
REV. ALANSON. ST. CLAR.
We invitc tbe attcntion of our readers to
tbe following noticc of the above named
gcntleman. It is from the Grauite Freeman
ofAugust Ist 1844, and is an expression ol
the Editor's opiuions. It will be obsoived
also, that tbe Granitc Freeman is the lead
ing organ of tbe Third Party in New llamp
shire. We had heard indirectly that the
character of Mr. St. Clairwasof a vcryques-
tiouablenature tosay thc lcast, but wc must
say, we were not preparcd to seo tbo pub-
.,cat.on oi sucn an expression ot v.eivs i.om ,
a Third Party Editor, rclative to their '
" Hero and Champion." The Editor speaks
probably wilh some personal knowledge ofj
the Rev. gcntleman, as ha is from New J
Hampshire wbere he, Mr. St, Clair, was !
formerly Editor ofthe Peoplc'a Advocate, I
a paper dcvoted to the intercsu orthe Third
rany. Auu,ncw,Wu,p,re Auu..uUU. ,
cannotcndorse Mr. St. Clair a fair man,
we think it bchooves Vermont Abolitionists J
to use a good share of caution iu placing j
confidence in him. we ask a careful perusal '
of tbc article that fullows. j
A IIeliciods Renehade. Under this I
startling caption our friend Wood, of thc
Congrcgational Jourual, bestoxvs a col-
umn of ra her sevcre castigation upon A.
St Clair, fonncr publisher ofthe People's
Advocate. The crimcs so vehemently j
laidtochargc are, that he has taken him-
self ofi" rather uiiceremoniously from the
INurtPlti MinrrTi ibia 1nivn nnil intnml
the Truc Wcs'lcyans ; that he had previ- ! been in ,,,c hMt of Vduog and labouriug
ouslyturnedtheologicalsomerests, in and ' araonE the French on the bordcrs of Can
out of almost cvery scctarian fold ; that ada.
he has thc dictation of a pope. and the ! Mrs. C. has taught the language much for
wiliness ofa fox ; that he is the prince of tbe Iast four years, and has certificatcs from
that St Clair was the llaman
and Mr. Wood the Mordecai of New
Hampshire Anti-slavery; and that the'
Journal advocates all practicable anti
slavery without pay but has ncvcr bcggcd
and never will. Thesc are tbe specifica
tions in the case of Wood vs. St. Clair. as
tet forth in thc Journal. It we had no
other rcrsons than these for distrusting
Mr. St. Clair's integrity, we should res
pcct him much more than wc are now able
to. Wc are sorry to believc that he is
not a man to be trubled, and that his loss
of character amowr thc abolitionists of
Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vcr- j
mont, has a morc serious causc than his ,
theological somerscts, or cven his nvalry
with Jlr. Wood among the Congrcgational-
ists of New Hampshire. He feel con-
straincd to warn the Truc Weslevans
airainst this man. He will be only an in-
jury to them. He is one ofthose friends
from whoni wc should pray to be saved.
For llic Xorthero GaUxy.
II. Bcll, Esq.,
I attcndcd the Loco Foco
Addison County Convention for nomination '
of County Scnators, at thc Town Room on
the 31st ult, aud during the rcmark of E. D.
Barber Esq., on thc subjcct of the Tnrifi",
he challeugednnypcrsonto .how that Henry
Clay was any morc ofa ranfT man than
Jaincs K. Polk. Not wisbing to interrupt ,
the meeting, and delaying the marraige cere- '
mony then to be performed bctween Mr. j
Loco Foco and Miss Liberty, I remained j
silent. I accept the challenge, and answcr
through your columns. There is dne point
upon which Mr. Clay and Mr. Polk agrcc,
and that is to raisc a snfficient sum for
thesupportof Government cconomically ad
ministered. I shall assume that thc sum
necessary for such supporl will bc twenty !
one millions of dollars per year. I shall also
assume that thrce millions will be raised by
the public lands yearly, which Mr. Polk is in
favor of having applied to the purposcs ofthe
Geueral Govcrnment, leaving cighteen mil
lions tobc snpplicd by duties onjorcignim
porta. While. Mr. Clay is in favor ofthe
avails ofthe public lands bciug distributcd to
the States where it rightfully belongs, after
tbe old National dcbt was paid, leaving the
twenty one millions tobe snpplicd by aTar
iffof duties on Foreign imports, wbich must
be, in my opinion, a bigher rate of duties
than one sufficient to raise the eighteen mil
lions upon the principle of Mr. Polk and
conseduently more protectirein ils character.
Besides the income oftbe public lands has
variedj befere 1840 from one million and a
half to 24 millions, the lattcr sum being
cnough tosupply all the expenses ofthe gov
ernment leaving nothing for duties on im
portations. and consequently utterly abolish
ing all protection unles distributcd to the
States to whora it justly belongs. And does
tbbcou6titutenod'uTerence betweenClay and
Polk on the subject of Protection.
I mightquote from the speeches of Mr. Clay
and Mr. Polk to show the diflerence be
twe'.n them on other points of thesamequcs
tion, but I consider it absolutely unnecces
sary, for none but the willfully blind can
have any donbt whatever on the subject.
For the Allat.
We find the followir.g articlo in tho
Roston Post of July 29th :
Vermont. The Whigs have nominated
Williatn Slnde, the coadjutor of Grcat
Britian, in her worst designs upon this
country for Governor.
In his le.tter to tho Rritish Governor
Craig, of Canadn, .dated liurlinfilon, Ver.
mont, Febuary 14. 1SC9, Hesrv, the
British spy, wrote of Mabtix Cnrrrn.
den, the thcn Whig Governor of Vermont,
as follotvs : "In case of war he will use
his influcnce to preserve the Slate neutral,
and ivill rcfuso obedience to any command
of tho gcneral governmcnt which can
tcnd to interrudt the good underjtanding
betwcen the citizen's of Vermont and
his mnjesty's subjccts in Canada." I
nced not ndd.;(writes Henry) "thb State
of Vermont jiay be consideked as as
ALLT OF UREATBRITAIN ihlS Wasan
infamntis calumny, but if William Slade
electcd Governor, it will aQtud some
ground for his telling his Engltsh friends
ihnt "Vermont may be considered an ally
oj Ureat lintain."
Tho wriler of this arllcie in the Boston
Post is certainly the most unhounded and
illimitable Liar in existence. He would
insinuate that William Slade, in 1S09,
had, in conncxion with Martin Chitten
den, treasonable intcrcotirsc wilh nn agent
of the British Govcrnment. In 1809,
Mr. Slade wasa lawstudent in Middlc.
btiry. in thoofficc of tho Hon. Joel Doo.
little, having been graduated ftom Middlc-
mry Uollege in 1807. He was an aciivo
nnd decidod Democral.of the Jeffersonian
scliool. During the War, he was the cdi.
tor and Pubhsher of thc National St:nd.
ard, tlic only Dcmocratic paper in Addi
son county and, while undcr his conlrol,
it posscssed more influer.ee, and was cd
ilcd with moro ability, than any other
chicnden was no, Governor of Vermont
; ig09nor wus ho electcd Governor
unj 1813 and 1814. For him. we have
nothing to say. Ilowasno Whig. IIc
was electcd Governor by tho Federalisls,
in 1813 nnd 1814. He was a supportcr
ol ien. JacKsnn, Itinng.liis wnoie term
a" Jca a, ,c" -vears ,8,.ncc' as lun-u.ooo
and dicd a fcw
arli(.,o .j w0 Ilave cop;ed frmn lho
Ooston Post. VERMONT,
LESSONS IN FRENCH.
IJnder Ihc head of our advertisiug columns
it will be seen, Mrs C. P. Clarke proposes to
form a cIass rr instructions in thc French
language. It would be proper to say Mrs
C. togetber with her husband the present
Methodist preachcr in this totvn formerly
preparcd themselvcs for a French mission.
They speak the language so commin in their
family as , lnako it allnost the vernacuiar
! tongue. Mr. C. for several years past has
,hose wl,o have had cood onnortunities of
judging of her capacity, and among themis
one from I. P. Edwards.Professor of French
in the Troy Seminaiy, who says :
"Ican safely avcr that her pronunciation
"in that polite touguc is as fine and correct
"as that ofa native. Her system nhich is
" oral, is so thorough, and sbc has such an
"cngaging and agreeablc mannerof impar
"ting instructions to her pupils, that they
"cannot fail of making grcat proficicncy
"in a very short time so as to astonish those
" who have never witncssed the system this
ClcLV Clllb M66tiD?
Th(J tll!j vicfnUy aud ;pcc;aiy
Abolitionists are carucstly dcsired to attend
lne meeting of the Clay Cluh on Mouday
cvcning uext at thc Tonu Koom, notificd in
this paper. Nothing do we so ardcntly wish
as tliata fair display ofthe arguraeuts in re
lation to this subject should be made. Let
all real scckers after truth, nll friends of the
Unioii and Constitution, and all who are op
posedtothe extensiou of slavcry ar.dfor alle
viating by all ratioual & constitutional means
the evilsofthis unhappy iustitution,bc piescnl
upon this occasiou
05"ZACnARiAn Poulsox, fortncily pro
prietor of Pou'soe's (Philadelphia) Daily
Advcrtiser, died in that city on the 3Cth
. I. ll. Ul i:l, l,rl. nnnnnn.
e pilblis,inR co.nmunily with those
of lIie davg of FranUli.
fT A T7 tT T j I)
(lliAY 7 I J I J ll
. c, . ... fae h ,d
Mondav cvcninsjiext, lOthinst. The Hon.
William Slade will address tho meeting on
subjccts connected wilh the Abolition cause.
GO TO YORX!!
The following meetings ofthe
WHIGS of Addison County will
beholden previous tothe State
Hliddlebury, on Monday the
26th inst. at one o'clock P. M.
Hon. GEO. P. MARSH.
Hon.S. S. PHELPS,
will address the meeting.
Bristol, on Tuesday the 27th
inst. at one o'clock P. M.
Hon. WILLIAM SLADE,
Hon. GEORGE P. MARSH.
will address the meeting.
Vergennes onWednesday the
Hon. G. P. MARSH,
and other whig champions will be present
and addressthe meetiug.
Bridport on Thursday the 29th
inst. at one o'clock, P. M.
Messrs. MARSH, PHELPS
and other, arc expected to address the meeting.
LESSOIS 11 FEEKCH.
MRS C. P. CLARKE,
Would rcspeclfully ioform tbe citizens of
Middlebury that having had several applications
to give lessoas in Fkencii, she has coasentcd to
doso, provideda snfficient number should be pro
cured to form a class. The method of teacbing
the fronuncutiox ofthatpolite tongue so didi
cult to foreigners,.is orai. and will enable the
pupils to srziK as wcll ss nzt French
Her terms will deDcnd some what on the nnmbcr
J ofthe class, batin aljcascs will be reasonable.
Forfurtherinformalion inquire at the Methodist
Parsonage, first door north of the jail.
Middlebury, Aug, 8th 1S44.
P. S. Mrs. C. could give lessons to a iuvinile
class on reasonable terms asher otrachilaren are
now leamin; French.
liouse for sale or to let.
The two story house and lot owned be
Samuel Sargeant, situatcd in a central part
of thc village, is ofiered for sale, or will by
Ietat a fair rcnt.
Apply to JAMES McDONALD.
Middlebury Aug. 13th, 1844. 15 3w
Thenext tcrm will commence on Thursday
the 5th day of September. Miss Strong,
who has acquired so high a reputation as a
teacher, will continue to assist iu thc iustruc
tion ofthe school.
L- L. T1LDEN, Principal.
Middlebury. Aug. 9th. 1844. 15 3w
(No. 2, Nicuols' BuiLDI.fO.)
Agencral assortment of Fanct and Srin.E
DRY GOODS onhandandfor saleby the
subscribers; Consisting in part of thc following
lOOpieces lalest PRISTS,from Ge to 23c
SUsKS, yc. r.
ulovcs, Mitts and Hosiery a grcat va
ricty! Bonnet Silks, Bonnet nnd Cap
Ribbons. Lace Vcils, Umbrellas,
Italian Cravats, Gingliamdo.,Bar
ncs, Paper Cambrics, Gimps,
Fringe, Broad Cloths, Brown
Linen, SuinmcrStufis, Cas
simerc aml Vcstings.
A cood nssortmcnt of Groceries, II ard-
wnre and Crockery. All of which will be
sold exlremely lowfor Cash, or exchangcd
ftj'DonUforgcl thechcap Cash Store. ,JF
Fur sale by PECK Sc FLOWER.
Vj Aag. 3id.
Posithcly one Night only.
MR. & THE MISSES ANDREWS.
Jane A. Asdrf.ws, Soprauo Primo,
Harriet S. A.NDr.r.ws, Soprano Secundo,
Jnnv n. nnr.u'a. Il,n anil Vinlinit.
ftave thc honor to inform the Ladies and Gen
tlemcn of this placc, that they will give a
OF VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL
At the Masonic Hall, on Tuesday Aug. 20th.
1. Overture Ductto Lc Bavcrderc
Misscs Andrews, ... Auber.
So.sg Tbe beautiful banks of tho
Twecd Miss H. Andrews, Young.
.1. Doetto Come wandcr with mc
.Misscs Andrews, Xelson.
4. Graxd Variations Violin ct Piano
On the thcmc, "Love's Riturnello" Mr and
Miss J. Andrews, Osborne and De Beriotte.
5. Italian Cavati:i MissJ. Andrews,
G. Trio 'Tisalways thc darkestthehour
before day Misses and Mr. Andrews,
1. Castata Lusatic MissJ. Andrews,
"Oh! the north wind is mine own true love,
Let others find him cold." - - Andretcs.
2. Soso There was a time Miss II.
Andrews, .... Knight.
3. Briimast Variatioss ononc sring
Mr. Andrews, - - - Kagel.
4. Old EncLisn Ballad "Robin Adair"
Miss. J. Andrews, - .
.". Dbf.tto Hcar me, Norma Misscs
Andrews, ----- Bzllini.
G. Trio We three. Butterflies be
Misscs and Mr. Andrews, -
Concert to commence at 1-4 before 8 o'
clock. Tickets 25 cents cacb.
Calicoes, BaIzorcnes,Printed Lawns and Cani'
brics, a good assortmeot for sale br
Aug. 3rd. BROirXlf SHELDON.
BEO W & SHELDON
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods
Gkorcf. M Brows".
Harmon A. Sheldon.
Thc demands dne Z. Bcckwith all of
which have been ofmore than thrce years
standing. must be paiil without lurther dclay.
Z. BECKWITH. .
August 5th, 1844.
SA1T & fiom.
Just receired nnd for sale, lotver than ev
er before oflered in this Market.
100 bls. salt in prime order,
1000 bushela Salar salt, a toperior article,
500 small bags, in pcrfect order.
Flour constantly on band, first quality.war
ranted, nhicb will bc sold lowcr tban any
other place in this City. Call and sec.
Vergennes. August "d. 1844.
Will be sold on Saturday next, iu front of
the Middlebury Auction Store, one first rate
doubie wagon, new, and 2 patent plows.
Also, a Tariety of household furniture.
Times liberal. Z. Bkckwitii lc. Co.
Middlebury. August 17th. 1644.
1NE CLOTH CAPS, new style for
Gcnts wcar, by
BROWN ; SHELDON, j
heretofore existing between the subscribers
is this day dissolred by mutual cousent.
J. COLLINS WICKER.
Middlebury, Aug. 13lh, 1814.
THE DNDERSIGNED have entered in
to partuership for the practice of Lawr under
the firm of Linsley andBeckwitb.
JUL1US A. BECKWITH.
Middlebury, Aug. 13th, 1844.
Ma. E. S. DDNSHEE. respectfallv informs the
citizens of Sliddlebnry, that he has taken rooms '
and set upms apparatus ior tamnsr
at thc Brick House on ihc comer of Pleasant St.,
recenUy occupied by J. Gordon, and will rcmain
there a few days where he will bc happr to ex-
hibit to the ladies and eentlemcn of jlfiddlebury, !
specimens of his work and render such mrorma- '
tion as may be dcsired.
N. B. Copies of paintings, cnavings &c., '
are taken by Ibe sameprocess. AUo the nalural
color shall bc given to Miniatures by anothcr
Instructions given, and apparatus fumished on
reasonable terms. 15 3w ,
Middlebury, .Aos.5th, 1S14.
H. . BAESTOW,
TEACHER OF MILITARY BANDS.
N. B. ParticutaT aitenlion paid to the selcc
tion of Musical Instrumcnts.
KTRAYED from lho enclo
3 sure ofthe subscriber on the
lOih inst., a light bay yearling
marecolt. Whocverwill rcturn
said colt. or give information where she may
be found shall be liberally rewarded.
New Havcu, July 29, 1844. 13;tf
A FULL SUPPLY of Dry Groceries,
just rcccivcd and for sale cheap, by
May 15, 1844. 23ra
SIIEEP SHEARS, a superior article.
and wool twinc, at
BROWN & SIIELDON'S
All nersons indebted to the subscriber on his
demands previous to thc partnership of Wright &
tjusn are earnesuy reqnesiea io can anusciue,
havine atcreat inconvenience waitcd during the
i j i i. : ,mir.l.. 1 1. TI ,
naru iiiuca, uc iiancir, miu?iu ,uub nui, uu, w
bWW'V.lVU W v-l.l "'-"' 1'
Shoreham, July 18, 18-14.
JUST rec'd an assortment Afen's Youth's and
Children's Cloth Caps for sale low by
Z. BECKWITH & CO.
April 22, 184 1.
AT his old lnnd, is now rccciving
additiorjs to his stock of
cmbracinz cvcrv article of
Tca, Sugar, Spicc,
CofTeo, Molasses, &c. &c.
That can be found in this market. Al
so a larger variety of
NUTS AND FRUIT
than can be found anywherc rlsn in this
vicinity,- consisting in part of
Pine Apples Cocoanuts
Oranges J Almonds
Lcmons b. S. do
Olivcs (I. S. do
Limcs Cicily do
Figs Shcllcd do
Box Rnizini Ilrnzil nutj
Kcg do Filbcrts
Sultana do Pcnnuts
Mnce English do
Ginger prcscrces, PeacJi do. Orange do.
And altoachoice relcction of Chening and Smo -
$y C. UUSSEL would al'o give notico to thc
inliabilanl of Middlebury lliat he will furnifh them
wilh good -.
at the ame rate tliat tlour can be oblained 1y the
11. Alio riES and CAKES can be had at all
N. 11 Inn-kcciers and Groccrj can be stippUcd
with all kinds of Cirorerics ihat can hehad anrwhere.
All orders w ill be thankfully receired and panctuatlv
Middlcburj, July, 1344. 10.
00K AT THIS.
rilHE Sulscriber has taken a shop in the
J- lowcr part ofthe building occupied by
Hnrvey Wilcox, where he is ready to wait
upon all wno may lavor hnn with a call
Having had years of e.xtericnce in the line
HAIR CUTT1NG & SHAViNG,
ie feels confidcnt that tboSe who may favor
nc leels conlidcnt tliat tlio;e who may
him with an onnorlunitv to excrcisc hio!
skill in these matters, will not go tiway dis -
appointed. Pcrfect satisfactkm given or no
charges made. Constantly on hand and
for sa'e, a general assortment of
for childrcn aud also
rP flvnrv trinrt nf tht tnwnet ikrifM T ?i f.
lT,,nfrrv pnn n!fvfirf .nprnmninrl.itpl ivifli tliA
subslantiah of lifein rooms neatly filtcd up!
for that nurpose. I
The shop has imJergone an entire nnd
thorough repair aml iu proximiiy to the
cooling waters of Otter Creck, and the in
vi"oratinir.breezes that follow its course ren-
ders it n delightful retreat from the hcat of '
n summcr's sun, and tlest that nt times rcit- wwt ! sortn.cnt. Goods for xummer w rar. f..r
dersshops on .he strcetso ineupnortable ! Pf0' B-!.rinr, n
He honcs to rcceivethe calfs of his o'din.j i..:iii nrtnnir andm'il nclr article for Lndie ilresscs, Pniited
friends and as many new oncs-as possibfc.
A. 11. uial.NU.
June Ilth, 1844. t3m-.
ENTS Goai Skin Bootecs, a good af-
ucie tor sumnicr wear, just rec 1 by
BROWN &. SHELDON.
PAPER Hangings a large stock, just
rec'd and oflered low bv
May 1, 1S44. A. FRANCIS.
IIATS AND CAPS.
Spring pattcm, fiue Mole skin, Lcghorrr
Uouble and Snlgle Unrrf, Silk, Velvct and
Cloth Caps at BIRfjE'S.
A LARGE lot of Unbrellas and Pra
'ems chcap for cash at STEWARTS.
THE BEST ASSORTMENT,
of Cloths, Cassimcres, and Vesu'ngs, in the coun
ty, will be' found at
Broicn tf Sheldon' s.
Tork's Island, Coarso Wcslern &. Fice Dairy
Salt, just rcccived at STEWA RTS.
NEW! NEW!! NEW!!!
ingsf, suitaMe for capcs, which be will sell
NewYorMnd is this day rcceiving.asplcn-. ax"-X. " r'.u"ll'-,'i t
diilnssortmenlofFancvUry Uoorts, among . B- . .
which may be found. Bonuet Silks. Giuip- I !? rememberpi. tii i rotei coAt Ull it
ure. and funcv Cap Lncw. Lisle rhroad, h j M A D mi. ,
Gimnure. Ashbiirton.nnil Dutr.h Lace Edff- i:.-' T...l--, 1
lower than ever. V. P. COLLliN. i LCCINA BELL
Cornwall, July I3ih, 1914. i Iatoof Weybridge iasaiJdistKcldccea'c'.ir.jrfr
, theCourt, ihat Uir panition cf ibe real trstaie f
PAltASOlS &. UlMBRELLS i the said deccasetl. t made anior.5 the i.eirsoftbc
JustreceivedabcautifulstvleofParnsoUf haiddcccascd, and that commiSjionet te r
jusiicuciYc , u . . TT . ,, pointcdforlbatpnrfosc;ilithcrenrin ordein1,
tofet ier witlr a: lawe lot of UmbrallHS, tatsaiaadministralorgivei.oticetoail jen
which he will fe lotypr tban i mvc ccr lnteres.cd to appear Lcfore said court, at asesoa'
been oftercd. J. W. etLL.irS. I thcreof to be holdru at the olliceof ihe Reqistcrcr
July 13th 13 lf. ' of ssij court in saiJ Middlebury, on Thurii.iy
Came mto Ihe.enclosure oltlie su.isctiuer
ou tbe l2lh inst.. a nbilC inare suppostd to
be 12 or 14 years old, ihe owner is requcsted
to provc propcrty, pay charges, aud tal:e hcr
awav- A. II. HAWI.EV.
Middlcbnry. July lCth. 1844. 1 1.3v
REVOI.VING HOUSE RAKES.
THE subscriher hae re-commccccd the
manufacturc of these rakes, aml will be
pleased to receive orders for them, and soon.
to save expense iu ilelirenng them.
Ile will furnisli rakcs sunerior to anv uow
in use, repir old oncs if desricd, or rnake
paris to order. ;
He will make a few extra fine tccth rakes.
forgathering the fiuest hay.and raking aftcr.j
Urag Kakes also lorsale.
Shoreham, Jnne 1844.
Ladies black, dark, and light Kid ; Bajous
manufacture, white and black silk do. lisle
thread, mohair and lace do. cotton, linen aud
pic nic do. bl'k mohair and fancy silk mitts;
gents rubbcr kid do ; gcnts lisle thread linen,
cotton, and buckskin do ; child's cotton do.
for sale by BROWN & SHELDON.
ARASOLS &c. A fine lot of Parasols
aud Umbrellas, just rcc'd. at
April, 17, 1841. BIRGE'S.
A large Lot of Window Blindsand Sash at
very low priccs, by Z. BECKWITH Co.
Middlebury April Cth, 1844.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
C. BIRGE, is now rccciving his usual Va
ricty of fashionable slapleitfancy Dry (,'ood-.
New Spring patterns, and choap as cver of
fcred for Cash.
April 10. 1841.
An axtensive ajaortmcntof Hardwarc, of averr
name and descrirtion. cvcr nsed in an anv civil-
. . . , i i -
izcu comiuuniiy, lauy uc iuuuu ui
Codfisb, Salmon, & Mackercl, for ssle Iv
Broicn Sf Sheldon.
A large varicty sold chcap by
May 14. 134 1. Broicn .y Sheldon.
COATS. VESTS Sf PAXTS,
ofevery Tariety of style and quality, furnislied at
short notice, cneaper than cver before oflered, tv
May 14, 1641. Broicn fySheldnn.
w'estern solar salt:
AT 35 ceuts per Bu.Iic' at Port Frank
lin. Bridport, rohl by
A.B.& R. M.CHIPMAN.
E BARRKL SALT nt 81,25 io!d
A. B.&. I.', M.CHIPMAN.
ATS, Lcghorn, Palin leaf , mcn'. wide
tJriin rlo, tor sale at a 1 1; ) au i
GEORGE S. SWIFT,
ATTORMEY AUD COUWSELOR AT LAW,
OJice in the Room oecvpi'd by the County
Clerk, in II dintc.-irr.'tr bneK llmutins.
March. 26th 1841. 47,tf.
TIIE Subscrilicr hatiij opencd an Ofilcefor the
tranraction of .aw bua:nssf, uould infarm the
ftibtic that he ill bc ready to wait upon all who
may have o:cajion fr hu profevsional emc at
hi Oliice orer the Flore of Ira S:curart Ln.
' 'few door south of ihe Pojt Ofiire,
EJIEUSO.N It. WRIGtlT.
Middl hnrv I.m. 8, 1S44.
Oiled fioor Cloth, .Iatting and CarpcSingi,
April 10. 1844.
Bal.orinc, Sup. Mous De Laine, Ging-
hams, Prints. ,-c. just rcccivcd at BIRGE
Cloths, Cassimcres, Vcstings, Tivecd Cas
simercs and other Sninmer CIolI'n fiir Gcn-
tlemcns wearjust rccetved at BIRGE'S
April 10 1844.
PAPER HANGINGS &c.
1,000 pieces Paper,
50 " Borderinc.
just reccivcd and very cheap at BIRGE'S
I Aprn ju. irn.
,. , P. W. COL,bliN&.
Cornwall, Fcb. 23, 1644.
J OAP AUGERS A new article of Cap
, Augcrs which cvery farmer dcsirous of
'good fenccs should have, for sale hy
P. W. COLLINS.
I Cornwall, Feb. 29. 1844.
Ijsl'AUCB CLM'nOAKDSANJ) PLANK
X quanthy of Sprucc ClapboanU anJ
clear stulT, Spruce Tlanks wcll scasoncd foi
' Saleby P. W. COLLIN&
Cornwall Fcb. 20. 1844.
A SMALL FARMor House. Barn, Shcd, & -
Wheelwright shop -with 5 acrcsof most excellenti
landforsale tbe above is beautifully siluatedl
about one mile somh o: the Baptist Meetinc-,
I besold chean A reasonable credit would bcgiv-'
I en for part of tbe payment If dcwred. Enquire
ofWard Stow on the premiScs, orof thc subscri-i
bcr. It will be sold soon.J I
A small Orchard and eicellent gardcnrtrtnds'
well watered, a well and cistcrn re tbe above
"J -B. F. IIASKELL.
mlsII LINENV suoerfinc. the best nual-
- . -r . , ,
ity for gents wear. fine and rnmmnn do.Jor
saleby BROWN fc SHELDON,
BROWN & SIIELDON'S.
SUPERIOR Camphcne Lin?ecd and Lamp.
Oil, Copal Varnisb, -Whfle Lead, and Glass for
sale at the cheap Cash uoreof
Anice lot of Fancy Gimp I'ringes Velvct,
Satin and Crimpt, Sprinj Ribbuns jnst from New
Lookin; Ghsses, cf all jiies and pricrs at
I u .
! Samuel Jamc adminiflratorof iha esiitcaf'
tne iMn uav ot .lurast r.exi, at iri-1. cioci. in uw
afteraoon. at wbich time nnd ibcc s.m"J inuu
wjir appoint comtnKMOnrr.s lomskc fan
saiIes!alp..hrnablialiiiiira pcrtilirJ cotv
t comtnMSionrrMo ms&e rattitnn .i
br publishirga cvrlilied coj v of U i
order in tueNorthsraGalaiytanewspajrrFrintu!
at Middlebury, three wcrks Miecess'vrly, frcri-
J. S. llashned Rrt irtcr.
A true cnpy of retord
Attttl. J S UushnrU, Re"i--:cr,
We the Snb-ciibrrK lrinE cppoinlnl l.v
lh- I'fohate Court fnr ihe distrirt of A-l-
disnn CommUioners to rceeivo. i-.ti.ii.im-,
and ndjust all claims nnd demands of nll prr-
son.i agninst thc rsiatt nf
' lalc of Whitinc in said distrirt decirytd.
rfprescnicd insnlviu.l r.Iso all clnitn nnd
derr.nndH csbibi'ed in ifls-cl tliPirin; rr.d
six moml s from tho 20th dnv nf Juru
1844 being alhmrd by said (mri fortlmt
ptirposc, we do llierelt.rc nivc nntiri- tl nt
wo will ottcnd Io llii- l.iitine.s ! .ur ynid
appoinlnu nt at the dn i liiiig hou.' ol J mft
Huntinslon in Whitirc nn t!ii 4-lui:y rf
Si'p'embcr nnd tbe 20-h (ifDrrTtiih r iirxt
fiom ninc o'clcrk A. M. until Ibur P. M.
on rtich of snicl da.
Benj. XectUicm, 1
Dated at Whiting, thi Uth
We, the snbsrritcrs. 1 eiug nppointrd by
thc Hon. ihe Probale- C'tnirt fnr thr D.slriit
of Addison Cnmmisia:ierj-. In rccriic c
amine and ndjust nll pvreoi:.. agau.ii Ut-r
STF.PHEX D. SMITH.
late of Ieicesler, insaid Dhtrict. dreeaW. rci
also all chiins aml ileinands exliil.i-ol in i'ri'-fl
thcreio: Aml Cmcr.tl. fioin tbe I"t:a ol Jidr
boins allonvd bv saH Court (or that vu r""-''. vru
dotlierofirebctcbyRivc r.mice lh?t re it
tend tothe busincss ci't.ur said apfoii.tiiirnl, rt
thedwellingliouetfllir.iia Smith, in lxi.eM-',
on thciMot Octotfrand ll i' 15ih it Jai.tiaij r.ci
from nine o'clock, A . M., until four ii-tk, 1
.M., oncacli Pfsaid itjf.
KmyAKD SIOl.; Oom,a1Ssnr.cr,
Dated at Leicesier this 'JOili day of J..ly A I
Wr, thi Mi'-srrileis. tcii-r aprfiirtcily t:.e
ProbatcConrtfi'rthe DUtticl cf .ddi'vcn K'uzp
sniionrm. I) rcccive ex.imine li.H auitit ull-
claims and deinandl otall claims and dcir.ird
ofallpenons agaias:thelaie cf
late of Granville in said DtMiicl'drmsrd, rrp re
tented insolvcnl, and alsu all claims tnd AKtnmis
exhiMteil in oll'.ct thcreto : AM tir mcrtns lrtT
thc filtcciididayof Augusl ltlbrirg j-Uetl ly
said Coun fyr that j ui-o c, we do ihei tfire bce
by glvc noticc that we will ailcni! ti tbe Iumi.c.s
ofoursaidappointmcntft the dwsllirar house of
tbe late Marhal Matlin in M gtaiviuV n ll'
firth Day ir J-eplciiil-ci IKU A. F?bii:uv 11."
Irom niiic o'clock, A. 31. unlil luiir o'clock 1 .V
oncacli of said clhr?.
F.7.KA M-COLLOM. J Com
DAVID KATON, j " 0nlm
Dated granville ihis 18 djy cf f-nijest lhtt. It
SIX MONTHS TIME.
TIIE subicriher U now reccivinj; ( m-i
from New York Aucticm S1kii-. nnrtmm-. v
hands but from BOSITIN.a hrgrand wr.II
selcctcd assortment of
dr r aoo-ns. (fnocr.Rir.3 a yjy
mostly of which wcre botight on 'si m-)0th
time," but are nU lowcr than at any cstab--lishmcnt
f.ir or ncar. uhich claims the name
of buying for 'ras'i.' all of which can be
secn at W. Jotixio'5
May'JO. 18 It. c'uap cash store.
N- B. N rhnr-e fot slrowing Good.
FINDLAY'S T1I1STLE- THREAD. i
tlic I-3t spiM.l cciiiiii iiiijxirted, and is ol!
nnly by Bftf)V.V & SHELDON.
STONE VCF. S:r.
JCST rec'd a lot ol Smtie aml Brown E.irt'.'r'
Vi'arcof all dcscriptions f n 3f- at Factory pncrt
by Z. BECKWITH A fO.
April 32, 1811.
WILSON'S Ific a ntc article, iut rreisvol
, and for sale, 'chcarcr' thtin theelicai-.t rt
Supeiidcr Bucklc at
TIllKtjuLi'prirjOrif nrc Imppy l inl'inu ll.rir
JL and nevtf nvlomrr?. a vctl the il!ic z nrrj
itat ltrj hate jut rcrtintla urll r!r frtl 11
uicnt ofg'K!i frvm ibc Rmti.n aml 4m Yoikmar
Itctf peculiarly nilaptprf t (f-iiiitrr imtfr. At !'
unprrrednt?tf fuw prirr l ai tn mitl r ai
nell aiAirer iltat nol Ijc i:m!erio!J hy anr
onr. Wearddctcnrtlnfil l rendrr to tlie Karmf'
anJ stccbanic an fqn-.rlcnt for their prothcr wlirr
lia Cttien tn ihr If.wwl prr. Wi can foncritr f
norcnsontlnr tViII- JrrtrlfV ajKI.it. cE7 Hir.ii rrti
CEd for gwoJ nhvn nery tliin; tliat n-nWrrrd m
pnrmcni Is hr oiwToidiliL necrvfltr z.1 tbe lorteit
clXu Ocr assortment pumpriret !; the Lirrvt
fivtHnrr fclerlei! fur ihe duuhlc porpac ofpVarny
'iix.rtf,i dt!nbil tr. Wehaveof.-
nrj r,i.J r-,:,..u , i,r
Lawns of n sujierior pin!ity, French, Kng-
nsn auil Aiiierican I'nnw, iioiineti a cinMce
lot, Bonurt Kihbon tfio greatet variKy
nnd excccdinjlv nch m figtire, Gimp, Anl.
an,l Mobait nnd' Sik Cloven. Laces nnd
Edgings, Hoscrv, LadiM Crnvms, Si.fc
Cravats. Farali. Kr. !iC.
' Hard WatT, Crockorv, Drv
n . r.
. . W0Trl P.. !T. ..
as cimicc nu nsonnirui n ra no irami in
j'cetfully invitc tbe pubic tr m f
iand cash wiil NOT b rcfajcd il'oflercd.
AIIIII3 A IWHM-.w ff - p -
A. CHAPMAN &. SON
n M hnIlf, ,, .
suppTy of Wool Twinc, nnd Shecp 5hcnt.
! Middhtbnry June 10th r&4 1. A . C.
Amcricart, EngIH.b, Q. S. Rns-Ia k cw V,
iron, Anwrlran EnjUtfi and Bh"itr & ' 5.
etcel. Nails and Sail Reds &c. Ac fr -aU