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For Vermont I'hnonix.
-iiAPTEH ON SIGNS.
I Q ji, Democrat nys, "the Hon. Ly
il l' a veteran democrat, lins been np-
I j President of the Convention now sit
I .iinindlicr. Vermont:" nil which is n
tlriiiiMprnl ! llllLudint iln-
tcrcd to the four winds of heaven. Yea, sir,1
we are nursed in the hip of liberty we are the
sturdy yeomanry the fox hunters who live'
nwny among the mountains whoso tops arc of
such interminable height that the very eagles
become dizzy in Hying over them j and no won
der, sir, that our enemies should tremble when
. ....... !..,. In it llin i.nllilllKlnr (leniOCriirV U I'lllnnriCP.I .if ,,!. ..,,-M.I.. I
"""J . 1-1 l.!.. Tl Hlil mn.nlr. t V.. ..!- .. ... I
' ii.ii, sir, every uour nnil every
minute is rife with fresh acquisitions to the
ranks of democracy! Already tins the aid lllacle
Hum1 W. A. Pai..mi:ii 'given signs indicative
9 10 says i"-
" ... 1... attached to It
In journal very wisely keeps to himself.
I'1' . 1. .. .,.!, I f.iiii have bis rentiers
mod nconle of Vermont are
'ie .L.ufiir Van Duren, simply because
llj0 . . .1 . l...,. of thr. -innnintiunnt nf, of rctlimina In tin. , nn.l il... tl.,11 1r.1i.
I Cl.tl I1.1U II'" l'U,,U "II "!-- v.i. lllk UM
I'" -. ... t!., ii'lirwn lillsllli'Ct U'nt I'- .Mr IjAliniMl III I l. ll'ri,., Procl l,n .i..l.l..l
....ni mi v lii iwn ... ....... - - iw . j. .a 1 1 ill. 1
.... -Imf ilm Constitution of the ! his &e to call in his strnv flnrb in ilm rinl.f
liter . , ..:,irK i.nfi nnii,. , fold : nnd wbv slumhl u nni rirS!fi 11
,. .nd Willi I II"" ' ' - "-J-""'! ,
And fur the honor of the Deloga- "en up rose anolher young gentleman, Mr
tW""' . I .1 1. ir.....l.ru l!,o,f
He u ; l!iinl ...,i,r.,,.,-
'fctively ever pcnii 1.
' . ....1. ii.nir deliberations. That sonic
I.iloflisi"' ' ... , ,.
41 1 r.1. .... .liliiMrr fr mtmrln ,,nl,t-
Dewey of the Argus if we mistake not. and nut
forth a philippic, the length and breadth where
of is unmentionable. 'What, Mr Chairman,'
said be, 'haVu the aristocracy against Mr Van
1' siicrs Willi tlirir "yeas and nnys" and Duron 7 ,Why. sir, they rail bemuse be is poor!
I"' -. t .....a nniKMnl In ni'iiri. Illlt. sif. 1 .flltrV ill il I r.l .I. !... 1..
lttf did so nnngje, was apparent to every
' ! .l .r.ih.n nncl without thu legislative
. ffho(!id nut look through "gory specta
' , ! "sirrn" hnd a sisrn of some
Jededaiion a kind of falling oil-a kind
..Jmr from one's dignity, when tbefoii-
Ljfc Presidfiil "f 'he Convention ciimc coicii
Lm ll t'S" sta .uuiiu.iy niui iiiuy uim
Ided -fiT a rcconsiueraiiun ui u; un- ui
jjr evening prexious, constituting a Senate
Lco.orJuule branch 01 ine g verumem 01
h tbst an Gvsnn inetiiner nau uccn gmny 01
LLand corruption, anil that the vote was
L((j maugli the tnlluence of thai member;
Last he had been inlormeu mat such was.
tkl.' Sow nil Hie jacis relating uiereio
Dot, sir, 1 glory in it I glory, sir, because he
ws nursed m poverty. Yes, sir. it was but :
the other Jay.thiiUn riged frfend of mine told '
iu6 heotfco callcdon the rather ofMartin Van j
Buren, nndvhat think ydO he'bcbcliil Why,
sir, it was the poor boy, Martin, lying on the
hearth with bis- heai.betwixt the andiions, !
milling Iilackstoxr IThmrt God ! how my
blood boiled with enthusiasm when I heard J
that the poor boy Martin be who is to be the
next President of the United States, was seen
lying on the hearth with li s bead between the
nuiliruns, reading Ulackstone ! ! Bear witness
sir, that ire ilnmucruts of scctnty-six will
stand shoulder tu shoulder, foot to fout, knuc-1
kle to knuckle, and joint to joint, jVr the cause
of liberty, of democracy, and of Martin Van
. J.ll l-n.mn to the honorable President , Durcn ! !' Here the orator retired with a sort
a Saturday previous lo the taking of the 'yeas , of riuinphant flourish. J
ljjM)s'on!he resolution lor winch Hie who-) "s "ui inuiKiiiai we nave Uone
cWe President asxed a reconsuleration, anil , spvci-ii muKers juu justice j lor we have
t nluchhe g.ive his vote in the nllirmative. 1101 quoted the one thousatidih pan of what was
kfactt are these: Ituinor with her hundred said on the inspiring occasion; it is iuipossi-j
ras buzed about that a gentleman had ta- j hie a common newspaj er would not cuntuiu
La seat in the Convention without being le-j " A,ui "uw WL" will leave it to the ' Demo-
WJyho-en by the freemen of the town Irum , cr!U 10 y wnctner ti:e "hion anJ the Pan-
Ll.... Urnmp. Therefore he was cuiidem- 'icr arc not nUuut lo lie (low n to-'elher. ho i
Id unsearj by the President, t charged with enfl our chapter on nigns. X. I
dm and corruption. And fur no other I
. ,. . . tl?PTlMr m- niim iiimif.
Ituoa assigned v. as the reconsuleration aRed. iu ur uu. iiiua.
hut notwithstanding the high station nl the ' n "'eeting oi me lug-, inenilieM ol the
U for the reeonsideration-notwitbstand- C'H.venli.m and others, at the Cuu.t House in
Hjita ivi tv .MotllllIlir. lilt MiHulm.' nfiMunrr Inn I flit
ajbewwerWy backed in every possible pt!illant f notice, the Hon. StMeia. Cluv!
tjybytfie Ex-Governor of Vermont, yet, to of Hrntreb iro' ivai called to the chair, and
he credit of the Delegation be it spoken, they don. N. Pomkhov, of Burlington, wo. o-
Ucawedbv.be war of the Lion, or chen- ,F V" v '
I into acqmesrence by the cat-face and oily ' i(,1Ileril.. Asn Aiu..." pi,!;,..,,. vi,it An,l.
teeofadisiinginshed political mountebank I 'Piacy, and Ville Lawrence, having been ap-
The motion was lost by an increased majority, pointnl to prepnie Imsmess repotted a icsolu-
i much for the honorable President of the l,,r 'e call ol a State Convention, which,
... .. . nltnr hiihip iliKru.4iinn. unc Irtiil mmn th. tnKI
areniion to whom the "Democrat" attaches ,,. ,f ... . :l, '.. ' .
'!l;n,, simply because he was elected Presi- j Adjourned to Tuesday evenintr.
hfentof a body whose deliberations bad nothing 1 TecsntT. Jan. 12th.
with patty politics. - 1 he meeting opened agrceiihly to adjouin-
, i ..I , . i IUI.-1II. uu iiiuiiuii ui iiir inn..
e dropped in to the Autimasonic caucus; , , ,. . '. ,
t Mompeber during the sitting of the Conven-1 , ' ' " , "Z ,V Z
Sion, and judging from the "signs" there given, j ronin-d in every department of the community
be parly is in no enviable situation. The, citi. ens id every calling and employment,
plbitcrs are flj ing in every direction ; and if wh' aieXythful,, honest and capable, ate onti-
araadom shot does not knockout Mother cue i 1 i ' .V.1', ) r. 1. . . ' rt'I,lC'-
W Martin Hint, wc will acknowledge there is portion of community against another to
smutake in 'si'ins." Mr 1'arbci of the Mid- nreiudice the rich ncrainst the notir. and tli
iilekry Free Press came down in a thunder- l"M,r against the rich pat takes strongly of
in; speech ajainst whigs, whi-gerv. and-so-' mi"a",u?s "1 'lenu.gogism, and ought to be
Ifnrtk ,.i -j, i i i i - tr ' . irownwi iiiKin nnu icprouaiet uy everv patriot,
forth, and ended by knocking off a lew mason- The hull,, v-h.-nrt.-.l rtv. nMnrnrhnr.
ic noses and juinpins heels over head plump rriry and love for the people, without a corres
mlo the bowels of Van Ilurcnism ! Mr Knnpp ' ponding rours-j of measures, calculated lo pro
oftbt State Journal let off a few percussion ' motl' tnt'i.r prosperity and happinew, are vain
"P-, but in an opposite direction from Mr Dar-, nni,3' r'-'n..! , ,i .wi.
tor. lit was more warv 'he did not like
Judge White or Mr Van Duren he thought onglit to break," though promulgated (rnm
Geo. Harrison, in his answer to the Antima- places, is totally hostih- to laudable enter
sonic Committee, did nut dirk masonry quite ',risl'' imtT. e".al pmspciityi every
.n,ni u . . i. . ' 1 poor, enteriiiising, industuoiH, capnb e young
aou h bul it would do very well-arid were nan'U .h-serving of liberal patronage and en-:
Mtallfd on to choose between White or Van couragement. j
Buren he should choose nniihcr. Mr Wih. Kenolvcd, That to carry firwnrd the im-
he thought the belter man-but his pros- Pavements and enterprises of the day, calcula
tect .im t r .,, . ,, ',. ted to advance general prospcnty, a union of
nas small, &c. &c. The Hon. Titus imlivi(i,mi mui' capital, based upon
nmewnson was willing logo the whole swine niuitabli; and liberal principles, are salutary
"'Antiinnonryj but he thought it best not to and that th- indisriiminutc outcry against mo
"Ite any decided course at piesetit he wasi,""lm"lM allt' 'n0,ied institutions, savors not of
il n? to I iv nn i , ... patriotism, lint is the hoiiiiy, upon wuicu uem
""igio Uj on bis oars and see whether a . ; , , ,;,, :,, ' ' . ,, nr,i j.
over th-' lepublirau heritage.
On motion of Mr Pomeroy,
Hesolved, That we hold to the doctrine of
the Supremacy of the public will, as expressed
in the Constitution and Laws of the country,
' " . POINGB OP CONGRESS,
Monday, Jan. 11. In the ScnntWT Web
ster, from the Committee on i'manec, reported
n bill for the relief of thu sufferers by lire in
New York. Mr Duchnnnn presented a memo
rial from the Society of Kricnds in Pennsylva
nia, requesting gmigress to abolish slavery and
the slave tradcMvilhin the District of Colum
bia. Mr U. stated thatafter the petition should
be read, he would move to reject the prayer of
the petitioners. On motion of Mr Clay the
memorial was laid oii the table.
Mr Clay then submitted two resolutions cal
ling on the President of the U. S.'for informa
tion in relation to certain overturelfsnid to have
been made by agents of the French Govern
ment to the Kxceutivc of the U. States, to ac
commodate the difficulties between the two go
vernments, &c- The resolutions, by the rules
of the Senate, lie one day on the table.
Mr Denton submitted a number of resolu
tions, calling upon the President for informa
tion as to the probable expense of putting the
country in a state of perfect defence, as regards
the Navy, Army, 1'ortificaiions, &c. and set
ting apjrt the surpjus revenueor that purpose.
Tjie bill to limit the term of office, &e. com
mujjTy called the bill to limit Executive patro
nage was ordered to a third ircading, yeas 24,
nays 13. "
In the House of Representatives, Mr Jam's
submitted a icsolutiuti, instructing the commit
tee on Naval Affairs to inquire into the expedi
ency of increasing the Naval force in commis
sion. The resolution was warmly oppoed by
Mr Wise of Va. and Mr Hammond of S. C.
and supported by Mr Jarvis of Me. Mr Hawcs
of Ky. Mr Deed of Mass. Mr Everett of Vt.
and others, and adopted ayes 10J, nays 18.
Tuctdwj, Jan. 12. In Senate. Mr Clav's
resolutions submitted yesterday, were taken up
and adopted. The resolutions of Mr Denton
were then taken up and discussed until the
Senate adjr urned.
In the House of Representatives, various
bills were reported by committees, but the day
was chiefly occupied in a discussion upon the
Wednesday, Jan. 13. In the Senate, the
bill making appropriations for repressing the
hostilities of the Seminole Indians, was read a
third time and passed. The bill fur the relief
of the sufferers by fire in New York was, after
a long deb itc, ordered to be engrossed. The
Senate then went into secret ession upon Ex
In the House of Representatives, the seve
ral resolutions heretofore submitted in relation
to slavery in the District of Columbia, were ta
ken up and made the special order of the day
for Tuesday next. The Navy Appropriation
bill was then taken up in Committee and was
under debate throughout the day.
Thursday, Jan. 11. In the Senate, the bill
for the relief of the New York sufferers passed
on its final reading without a negative vote.
The bill for defraying the expenses arising from
the hostilities of the Seminoles, passed.
The Anti-Slavery debate was postponed and
made the order of the day for Monday next.
The debate was resumed on tbe resolutions
submitted by Mr Denton on Monday. Some
personal invectives passed between Mr Denton
and Mr Goldsboro, in which Mr D. intimated
that he was ready to answer any cull from the
Senator in any vay ! Without taking the
question on the resolutions the Senate adjour
ned over to Monday.
The House of Representatives spent some
time in the ditcusiuu of a resolution proposing
an inquiry into certain alleged abuses in the
management of the Military Academy at West
Point. Tbe bill for the relief of the sufferers
by fire in New York was taken up in Commit
tee aud occupied the- icmainder of the day.
It is stated that the U. Slates Squadron in
the Mediterranean has been recalled, by order
of the President.
ng spring, proposed to sell at tho follovviuir
m lb. Rife. 4 f-2 nn. lb
100 " Hlincli, 7 "W
Ilulii'ii tin, poor
1 llbl. ItiiKin,
ft ru. l.
Ungriiiiiid iripfr, 10"
" nnire, 1U
Ground ilu. il.i, 12
" (iiiiji;r, 12 "
lwoin Siilln, (1 "
Nii.l,Clinciilatc 19 "
Vliii-BHr. cut. 12
Kerne Wtfllati, at roil.
Freedom of Speech and the Prets. In his I JValicc tn irr.
of New Jersey expresses his decided dissent to A nrrangmiionl,, arid l6:ivu town the S
ii".- tiLiiinnus oi tne'Houlh lor nn ennciment lo
muzzle the press ; nml wc.are gratified to per
ceive that the Governor or Pennsylvania has
taken the same ground. In his recent message
to the Legislature of that State, alluding to the
measures of the abolitionists, which he wholly'
disapproves, he says "It must however be left
to public opinion to check and control the fur
ther progress of this misdirected enthusiasm.
Legislation cannot be brought to bear upon it
Without endangering other rights and o'ther
privileges, in which every individual in this
great confederacy is deeply interested. The
freedom of speech aud of the press, which after
all is the safeguard to free discussion, and the
best cxpositorof public opinion, must not bu
'"("'SB61' ujonor conliolled by enactments, in
tended to remedy some temporary mischief."
' The Hon. Samuel Ueardslcv, representative
in Congress from Oneida, has been appointed
J. j ,L?3'sl"lure, Attorney General of the
Stairfof New York.
All tho abovRiWnrruutcd to bo first quality.
Also, any articles reinnjning'nn hand ul cost.
A few wide, and narrow Drim'd II ATS.
"Please call and judge for voiihrIvch.
. MATTIItiW CHENEY.
nralllctioro.Jnn. VJ; 18:10. ' U0
I "0. convention would be called' or in oth
words to see which way the wind would
a very sage conclusion. The Hon.
8 Hare 'wanlnl
ledfor President nf il, m s. ...... n.. :.- -,:.i
I the earned JmWn .,. i i. am t int we most strongly di-approve of every
i ..iin.a juujc, as much niinosi-d lo nmson- . , . ... .f . 1 ' ,
ITasIim i i uniawiui K unconstitutional ex -irc oi power.
' . '' ,vas always opposed to masonry Resolved, That we approve of the piim-iphy
"er siocc I eavo Cur. ,;.. r..r i ,..i.; r,r ii... i.;ii ; ...inp..,i int iln. S .nnin uftlm IT.
lod Doaz Isaiah Thomas printed two tons of States by Mr Clav, fir the distiil.ution of the
nrpose iq cheat folks. I always,' said P" lc"" " """;': "v Vs.
f. "ted Gincr.il Jackson ever since he hung
Resolved, That we approveol a furm which '
will all ml pioteetion to the iniiustry ni tue
two Rni--1 i i wlll nil nil inoieeii 'ii hi ine imou.iuv in mc
lojat Arch Masons; and I want to see country, nml that we have evidence oftliehcn-
y devil of'em hanged; and 1 believe Gin- elicial effects of th piosent tnn'ff in the enfr-
1 Harrison will stick to .ntimnsons like a f'sing effutiof our fe!low-citi ens in estab-
down wi k P', Mll,cr f Gtecw camp or all a.tici-sof .1 unctic growth and industry.
" 8UC' a shower of words we could Res'ilved, That we deem it to be the s lemn
"nake lead or tail to his speech. Dut his dutv iff the Whigs of Vermont t mai tain
mtudt was so trnW ii,on.ri,.,.i n.,.1 t.n.t i,i- their iut-gilty and coiuisteuey of elm oner,
I ilffTdn . ... ' ' n.i.l i.t,.x nil m.n.nr nuinjlim til Utltnltl tllf'ir
j Wdmi '"'" W priMeip!e, no. with lauding any
keen? " of 1,19 '0Vl!'cll,s- When umtl wiUu r with ut.
and t take nil pioper measures to Htintnin their
'commenced he was literally in the centre
C' 1 Crowd ml.i.l. . ... i i ! ....
- ......ii Bumewnai nnuoyeu ins jrcr-
" tne eeh ),.. i. .1 i.: i..i..
I,. - i iiv iiiiiriv uia uuuj uiiu
JJild extraviigance, and flourished his e.s-
" Willi mm. 1. 1 ..
On innli m of Mr While,
Res lived, That as republican Whigs of Ver
mont, wo are disposed ti extend a libeial hnrid,
and to meet upon equal fluting, our fellnw-iili-yiMis
of every name, wh'i are ojiposeil to Exe
culiw iiAiir'pnti m imd the lln'timorc nominee,
.j.. - -vi. i. ii (luiiiuuiJii. jiiav ...iu Ullllvl-- ijr.il 1 1 1 1 'i mii.i .m ." v.,
"'i'l'CMvitlial, that ho toon had a space of and are f ienda titho Constitution nndnjuct
- 'Ill III .... . .... HT1II I'llUIL.lll L- U I 31 UMII I'l IIIU I... w.
n. .l . "'aiiieicT 10 nis soiu occupancy.. - t
" 'no drift of his (lonrishin.. ,v,,s. Hm cJj " "'"'. . 'a reso.vcd to appoint a State.
itirrisou h-i.l .... i .i , i C -lit nl Committee r.i tiuec niemners, oi an
rudson i , tflkcn to ihe nun- win, t,.. puvert Stnti committee; and II. H.
,( . orilcr to obtain thoir votes that the REE0 E. P. Waltok, and JosErn Howes,
Ka'S Part of the ii'd the Committci.
f40T"tomiscrahln Vnn n..T.,:..n x 'Pi...' Th lesnlutinn renorted Inst evening was
c'uct" ended bv concluding m .-ill a Slate amended and adopted as f iIIowpz I
Civentior. CUnclm"n 10 ta" a b,atei Resolved, That we iccon.mcnd tn tho State
Then., . I Whig Committee tn cnll ii convention or tho1
tu,ilhe latprnrnini:..n ...i. e ...ill ....i ni.tl.ul n. mnv l.i.. tn tiialci! a uoniMnliim of,
'""opt. There wcro other caucuses ct the state nllicera fir the ensuing year, and Electors,
,Mtofovernrnn. ,. caucuses n tnc p , , t , VVe irt.,ident of the U. S.
tons ,?,;ermncnl ln those of the Antima-, Qn mnt,(), rcs0VL.(, tml tlie State Central,
lU I , e Wcr-' much amused by the way with ' Committee he requested to appoint committees
Mm n ,Pccchcs, particularly that of "Mr in each county in thu state, with power to an
"'Ulerof T.riM.,.11 ii mr. i i. '..nii.t fnwn f-.oinniittees ill each town Within
torir i 'c nave,-saio uie ine- i""; -- - I
i?U!?n"alc ,he officers of
Hinei r PO'H'cal enemies turn- tie Convention were directed to prepaic its,
10 P'wcs as though they weru shaken by ! proceedings for publication in the newspaperui
fihrpjakc-and, sir, the fragment lie scat-' of this state. Adjourned.
Success if the Tctinns. Tbe capture of
San Antonio de Dexar by the Texians, is con
firmed. The place was carried by storm, and
the Mexican General, Cos, is said to be among
the slain. The Texian loss is nut stated, but
a Col. Halam is mentioned as one of tbe killed.
The Mcxicniis who escaped were driven across
the river, and not one armed Mexican, it was
said, remained in Texas. It was reported at
New Orleans on the 3Ulh ult, that the remnant
of the Mexican army which escaped from San
Antonio bad been pursued and taken prisoners.
Volunteers from tbe United States were arriv
ing almost daily In Texas.
The snow storm of the 8th and Oth instants
was very severe at the west and south. At
Utica it fell lo the depth of three feet, and the
roofs of several buildings in that city sunk be
neath its pressure. Between Philadelphia aud
Baltimore tbe roads were completely blocked
up, the snow averaging four feet in depth for a
distance of sixty miles, and in some places the
drifts were frum ten to fifteen feet high. The
mails were consequently impeded. In the city
of New York the depth of snow was 3 feet.
Xrgro Insurrection in Louisiana. -The.
St. Frnncisville Journal states that a contem
plated rising of the slave population had tjen
detected at that plnee. Fourteen negroes and
two whiles were arrested and placed under a
strong guard. Great excitement prevailed in
the town, and patrols were on the alert, night
and day, throughout the parish.
A letter of the 29lh ult. from New Orleans,
published in the National Intelligencer, con
firms the above, and adds,
"An insurrection of the negroes wns detect
ed at Jackson, in East Feliciana, on Christmas
eve. in which upwards of forty men were found
with arms, and two whites, one an overseer
and the other an abolitionist, both of whom
were hanged on the Saturday morning follow
inw. Tbe consniracv was disclosed bv a confi
dential servant of a hlr Nicholls, who told his
master he wished to save his life. Great ex
citement prevails through the country. The
citizens ol St, Francisville and East and West
Feliciana, are all in arms 'and patrolling tbe
country, and the planters, many of thcrO) com
ing; into town for Brety," '
ermnnl Second Medical Society. This
bocicly convened at Fayettcville, January 13,
iift-in T ri r-. t.i . i u,
t?';.fc'"U3, "r. jonn i-. tvarreu secretary i
pro tcrx and proceeded to the choice of ofiiccis
for the year ensuing. Chose
Dr. DANA HYDE. President;
Dr. Davio Allen. Vice Presideut;
Dr. Waitstill R. Ranney, )
Dr. Daniel Gilbert, I Censors ;
Dr. Chester Olds, )
Dr. Elihu Halladay, Rcc. Secretary ;
Dr. Cyrus Washburn. Corres. Secretary ;
Dr. Chester Olds, Treasurer;
Dr. Charles Chirk, Auditor of Accounts.
I'utrd, That Jonas W. Smith of Drattleboro,
Dana II. Stevens of Guilford, and Chs. Pern
or TllWnilinnil he ...Iniif t..,l ...... .1'
. S. M 4.,;ui.. : i...:..i:i 1
- . . .... wwi.i(un IP...9CIII mi; muir milium,! t,i
frn... f...ll-l f'-.ll L 1...V.. HI
..w, i.ivuiuu -ulnars, iTiuiuui examination
UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT.
TIT! UK Lectures to Medical Students in Ibi
JL IiiAiiliitlon will begin on the !lth day of
i .... . .... . .., n . .. .
miirrii, ic.m.ano win eiiullniir- imirtecn week.
Leelufcn on Nat n ml PIiiIimouIiv and Chemis
try will bo given hy Prof. ti. W. Uk.nedict ;
on uein-rai ami hpeclul AiMtoiny, on Physio-
W- Stove for Sale.
ON-IJ-or -James' socond. hand Stoves
Guilford, Jan. 1 1. PHILIP MARTIN..
A Grand Chance.
rrillD Hiibficriber being about lo make dif
JL feronl arrniigeineMti in biisiuuss, will fell
the remainder of liU Slock at cont, until tho
lust of Fubrunrv.
Pernons in want of Gnodri will find this a
rare opportunity, muny articles will be sold
at their own oner.
PCjr 'Voo who have accounts unsettled aro
rnnpectfully invited to call and have them ud.
r nr i , .r. ,ooWA1, S- NICHOLS.
Ouiirord, Jan. ia, ieon. ji)
ffiUNt Cnll-srirc one.
ALL perrons inilobted to the subscriber r
reqiie-ted to rail, immediately, and xcttln
their aceounlH either by cash or note. Del)-
will be dangerous.
, , JESSE IIADLEY.
Bralllebnrn, Jan. iSFlfi.'ifl. J3
s log v. on Pathological Analonivundon Siirucry,
1 1 by Prof. E. E. Pnri.rs ; on Theory and Prnc-
tiee of Medicine, on Matnria Medica mid
riinimacy, mid on Obsletrick.', by Prof. Jo
si. i-ii Maksii.
Fees fur all the rnurie of Lectures $50 ;
charge Oir euijtingctil expcnen S3) gr,idua
lion lee $l.rj. G. V. HEN EDICT,
Dtan of the Mtdical Faculty.
Darlington, Jan. I.r, Ic.'lii. 'lw20
C3 Tlir .Will Star, Mmlwlicr Wnlchmin, M.i-Inni-
rHll.iiliiiiu. Munlicl Cmillr, frjnklin Juu.'mI,
tlullanil llrnilil, ItriiningUm Oan-ltr, mid liriiltkUn,
I'll. unix, will j;i,c Ilia nlwie fuui inariliuii. and tend
hilt, in (i. W. Ilrncilicl.
rplIE Proprielorn or the ilmdsdale Bridge
fl- and Sixth New Hampshire Turnpikn
Corporation, are hereby notified and warned
to meet at the Inn of Col. PjuI Chae, nu
.MONDAY, the 25th inst. at U o'clock, P. M.
to act upon the following arlieloi, to wit:
lt. Toofc if the proprietors will make any
alterations in their Uy-Laws.
'id. To lrnact a'ny other business which
may lugally conn; before said meeting.
Dy order ol'the Presidcnl and Directors.
HENRY CLARK, ProV Clcik. '
Drattleboro, Jan. II, 16-'J0. 9
or fee.-; On which they were invited to read
Dr. J. W. Smith read a dissertation on the
subject of the circulatiun of the blood.
Dr. Dam H. Stevens read a dissertation on
The thanks of the Society were voted to
each of the gentlemen for their ingenious and
well defended disertatious.
Voted to adopt tbe following resolution :
Itesolved, That we deem it an infraction of
the By-Laws of this Society, to extend our fel
lowship to any Practitioner of Medicine, who
neglects or refuses to comply with the requisi
tions of some legally organized Medical Insti
tution. Voted to adjourn the meeting to the second
Wednesday in Jutie next.
Eliiiu IIallaoav, Rec. Scc'y.
'The dl to pay among the Tailor.' TUe
Journeymen Tailors of Louisville have turned
out, aud refuse to turn in, until the Bosses stop
giving work to Tailoresst-s, and furnish a back
roam in their shops for them to play cards in
on Sunday afternoons I Albany Juurnal.
ICt'Lyceum Tuesday evening, half past six.
Lecture by Dr. Gilbert ; subject, 'Science of
Question for discussion, 'Does woman exert
a greater influence in society J.han man 7
l!IL tfiibucrtber lme thi day, by mutual 'dark color and of the
roimcnt, diisnlved Parttler.iliip in the ' the lowest prices, by
L-kmnithiiig Uiininem, which ibey have car-1 B. P
it .Vo. 1, SSnWs Siitilding,
IUIt, Se il and Rock Otter CAPS ; Hair
Seal do. by the dozen : Fur Collars: Pur
and Hair Si-al Gloves. Also, HulTalo Rones.
rind on, under the firm ir lie mil ll'illnrd.
All dues and demands in favor or unid firm
sro made over to said Ileum, who h tu reeeivo
the Kami;, mid tn settle nml pay I he accounts
and outstanding debts aaiixl ?aid firm.
LEMUEL K. DE.MIS,
Drattleboro, Jan. J8, IfM. 20
The siihicribcr will continue the Dlack-
smiihmg Basinet., at the Stone Shop, in its
firut quality for sale at
P. &. R. S. DROWN.
STATE OF VERMONT.
Windham County Court. September Term,
A. D. 1835.
AT the April Term of
s iid Court, A. D. 1 SI., thu
Mid Solomon Pilkin and
Kclloif Sexton commenced
and entered this" action, and
declined against tho unid
Horace If. Toft.
Horace W. Tafl in a plea of the esse, for that
varioiM branches-and he rdll. upon those in- j 1C Derendnnl. on the day or suing Turth this
..el.ied to ihe late firm ol Bfinis & Willard, to I writ, at New Fane aforesaid, being jiintly in
tnake settlements and payment to him debted to the PlamiiiTs in tbe sum or three
i I. i i" i. i . t. n e vi r c i i , . .. .
I.U.il UUli II. IJI.ill lo.
hundied dnll.irs Tor so much mor.cy beTore that
wir,, . r ri m "nie "a" "ml reccivoa by the Uetemlnnl to and
tUKll. Tor tho plaintilT ine. and also in tbe like sum
ii 9 iiilii 1 r:"e hTIlAW Coru ol three hundred dollars Tor ho much moncr
tJJ)tJJ wanted, by the subscriber, before that time, by the plaintilTs paid, lai'd
for which SI per hundred will bo paid in . out and expended lor tho defendant's use, ntij
loous. iMAT'I'HEW CHENEY
jsuiJ Hornne V. Taft not having had persona)
K5Our subscribers in Winchester, who aie Hour,! Minn. tVii'liI
indebted to us, will please pay the amount of ; Cutler, Copt. Thuduus
in?!! uuia io IHI.-II run .tiHsicr. i uoilln, IJclscy
Our patrons in Hindsdale, who receive their I Goodman Ji Fowler
papers at h. Minus, lvsq s. and who have not Kellogg, Asa
pam ineir uiiis, are rcquesicu to seine Willi .Mr,
THE Sloie now occupied by Cheney Sl
Ellin possession gien 1st April next.
Inquire of S. M. CLARK,
Jan. H. at the Rule Factory.
List of IiCfJcru
Remaining in the I'otl QJjicc at Halifax, Vt.
January lb. liMt.
Putncnain, A. W.
Uu.oell, A. Y.
Undertt ood, IletJey
T. H.WOOD, P.M.
PETER SSjaJ'lLE IVOVEJLS,
AT 37 1-2 C1LNTS EACH.
Brighton Market Monday, January IS.
(lit pmicd for tho I). Ailtriu.tr it I'.lriot.)
At mxikrl, 640 Uref C.llle, nd 1 ICO .Shrcp. (0
Ilrrl'Crilllcrriorlci l.ul week. AImjiiI tO llccfCullIu
aiwd .rtrral lull vf Simp untnlj vt llie elo.e of the
I'lUCES litff Cattlt-TU, rostkn cominiir ' T."E 00 "'""'J demand far Hit
lu our tot riuututiunf, a (v rxUm at Sfi. m a ' ber .l" nimencc tho publication of a nc edition cf hn
rrwm3l4&fi primfHtSliiCdiiSa; iruod 23 OJ fnuie ii(ig i a f.,im, at icduccd prirc.
nn.. .1, , n. ... r. . .Pivni n . u ... I
Scleral uflii. ,,i,k llul Ii.iik iinl vrt nunerrd ia llili
ruuiitiy will lie ruuipri.rd in iln. ierit-, wliicli ill.
wnra cuinplrinl, lie the uulv unilorm ediliua ul lii
i itin;. lli.it Ii i i cl i.tued trmu the prrn..
In Vernon, 13th inst. by S. Titus, Esq. Mr
Joel Whitney to Miss Sareph D. W. Sawyer,
both of Tcmplcton, Ms.
In Duinuierston, 10th inst. by Jos. Duncan,
Esq. Mr Artemas Uiekinson aged 20, lo Miss
Iilmira Laughton aged 40, both or I).
In Wilmington, by Rev. Mr Quimby, Mr
Daniel Far nam of Uennington, to Miss Ade
line Ware of Wilmington.
SO.; email raille21 a 25. Cd.
Sherp The Urge number nt market fur I lie ieamn
hu ciui.i'd prire. Iiiderline; nearly all were Hill Ted:
..... . I I,.,. ..... d... . r-... --a: ..
pell Shi-ep l 11.. Lu. ere mkrii ut 15., 18., 21., , T,"! "",,k'" fw Pu,,li'l"1'l "iiii-moathly Num
. rn. ..-.i.e. i .....ii i ' . -i 1 lier. l 37 1-2 ceiil. per iiumlier. I.a-h .Nuiiilii.T c.m.
10 mch Sieinc .None at initkel. I P,el? '" ruautaiag the whole uf one of In.
wnri... cqu.ii tu ii?q iiu.ueciiiii vuluuie; . rule
Page and Cmrr lu e.irli Number.
The uliule .eric, will be runiplrle in Eij;tit Number.,
and ill I'.ilni u royal octaeo liimeciiiituiuuig marly
tiotltt hundrtd pagttfor Ihrtt dollan
I. il f U'uik. lu be I'uiupriied in ibi. Edition.
Frank .Mildinjy.iii Hie Naiiil Oirirer .Neutiin t'oi
ler, or llio Merrh.int Serice King' Own I'cler
Simple, nr the Adtemuru i f a .MiiWiiptn.iii Jacub
Kuiihful l'acha if Many Tnlei J.iphei in icaicbof
hi. I'Mlher Naul uud jlililan Skclrhe..
The fir.t .Number will pi.illvely be i.nied rarlv ia
January, und llie whole will be completed by the'l.i.i
The work will bo .lerecltped, and any uf I lie .N'uia
Ijern ran be hud ii-p.ir.ile, if dcilrcd.
They will be tni In post m anv pari of the Union,
io pacKrii hi n, dety lite Irli'llua of Ihe iil.uH. l'u.Uge
under 100 miles 1 1-2 cent, per ilierl, uier 100 it. itt-tf
2 1.2 ci'im.
Il il aliinifl u.eleM for llie Siib.eriber to remark that
thii is the ihenpeat wink eler ntrried. The (iiiiplv
f.rl of the niunbiT iifpuge. being near Iwehe hiiiidird,
and the- pi ire tin I) thiru dull.ir., .praka for it.elf. The
public limy luuk iipnii thia m the cimiinent'euicnt uf un
culrrpriie lu lnrni.li them with works uf flrliun by llie
most ci'lebiHtcil aollmrn, prinlrd in a beautiful manner,
on line paper, ul a piliw I hi I will at unre Uely cunipv
litiufi, mid place it in lint power uf in eiy pet sun to pus
ea a library uf ninels at un exiremeh low rule. The
...I. ... ..........1.,!.... I... ... .11 !. T... . ...... . ;,,
,,u,M,i.i.r .1, ii.iii.iiiirriuil in llltlll II. UIIU ,11)1, Will tl,l
Im nirrlookrd b) iiun-re.iilnil. uf l.irga riliei.. The
publirhcr thiiiks, and he nrriiinir llul the nublin will
ugiee with bim, that it h l.cilcr lo inm Ihe wuika of
enrh aullinr, ill m ir, ut a ainlrd tu n r. lli.in lu iiiililii.li
a ronliniiuus wink at tn much per unnumj fur by ihis
nrrnngeuient they may iiucril'e tn the wui k of one
aullinr ami lejtrt anuihrr. nt being obliged to pav
for tluil which ihev do nut want.
Any peisun sending a ten dollar note will hcentillid
lu tiiur cupiet. single suli.ri ipiion ilueu ilulurs.
Address I.OUIS A. GODEY,
Nn. 100 Walnut Street, Philadelphia
I CP" Persona tvi.hing fur the uhovo wuik. ran be
nip) lien in c. iliiiif, uu ,a uieen, l.n. Krattlelioro
THIIETown Clerk, Justices of the Peace,
A and Selectmen ol' the Town of Untitle
born, are requested to meet at Col, CIuihc's
Inn on SATUIl DAY, tho 2:M inst. at a o'clock
P. M. on husiiiexs of said town. Jan. I i. 1830.
A. E. DWIHEES,
Has this day rtrtivtd, an elegant assortment of
Sivy tslooilM, Crockery,
. China and ttlnxN Ware, and
Brnlllcbnro. Jan. 21, Ir'Hli. SO
a C A. SEslExtra quality
QMLIi HATS just rcseived.-and will be
K-' Mild cheap, by
J. II. WHEELER.
500 jLBS. LARD,
PART of which is put up in Earthen Pots
expressly for family ni; ut Wiii-.ei.kh's
Slnne Duilding. North Door. Jan. 20.
Birffe, Brackelt & Co.
HAVE Ihis day received, direct from the
Miinul'iielnry. a ureal variety ol' Pirht
R.tto Wooden CLOCKS and TIME Pikoes,
ciifed in Htvle, and wnrrantetl.
Kf Dbls. (Jem-feu Plouii 21) do. Troy do.
v for sale by
Jan. 21. HALL &, TOWNSLEY.
HALL & TOWNSLEV
HAVE reeoivnd an adtlitinnal supply of
Cooki.no, I'Ani.uuR and Dox Stovks,
tieio styles and patterns, and of various bizes.
January 21. 20
FLOUR, and of tho best quality, forsalu by
Jsn.ai. DIRGE & DICKLNKON.
O o mn s s o v c v s 1 X i c e .
"7r7"E tho hiibceribers beinn; unpointed by
T tho Honorable the Probate Court for
the District ol .Marlboro, Commissioners to
receive, examine and iiihust all Ihe claims and
duinundu of nil persona against l lie Estate of
late of Drattleboro in said district, deceased,
represented insolvent, und also oil claims und
demands exhibited in offset thereto: Aud six
months from thti eighth day ol' January, A. D.
1631), being allowed by said Court for that
purpose, Vo do hereby give noticu that wo
will attend to tho business f our said appoint
ment ul the Inn of Pbineus Stewart in Ural
tloboio, on tho (irsl Fridays of March, und
April next, I'rnm ono tu fivo o'clock, P. M. on
each of iaid days.
r n .
sjr.i uuuui..Mii,uil, r t
Dmttlebore, Jsni 18, 1830.
notice of this suit, the same was, by order or
Court, continued until this Term ; And now it
this term the said Solomon Pitkin and Kellogg
Sexton appear, and thu said Hnrnce W. Tafl,
not having hid notice rw atoresuid, doos not
nppeur: It is there: lore ordered by the Court,
that the said arttun be further continued until
April Term next And that the said Horace)
W. Tuft be noitfled oT the pendency or thu
same, by publishing Ihe substance tbe'reorand
tbe order ol' Court thereon, in the Vermont
Phumix, a newspaper piinictl in said county,
hreu weeks successively, the last publication
to bo at least fiiur weeks before the session" of
said court, to be hidden at New Fane in thi
county aforesaid, on the second Tuesday of
April next, which will bu deemed sufficient no
ticc to tho said Horace, W. Tali, to appear
and defend in suid aition. ,
By order of Court.
.MARSHALL MILLER. Clerk.
Keyks & Umni.r.v, Aitomits I'nr Plaintiff's.
STATE OF VEIUIONT.
Windham County Court, September Term,
A. D. 1 SOS.
Timothy Pitkin .At the April TWm or
and f S!i
id Court. A. D. 18.15, Ihtj
Kellogg Sexton jh' Timothy.. Pjlkin and
vs. ( Kellogg Sextoncoiiiiiienc-
Horace H'.Tafl. j Cl' n,,,l ftiiered this action,
J and declared againt the.
said Horace W. Tal't in a plea or the case, for
that the Defendant, on I ho day or iuing forth
this writ, nl New Fane aforesaid, being justly
indebted to the I'luiiil ift'-i in the sum of six hun
dred dollars for so much money before that
time paid, laid mil and e.snomled by Ihe Plain
tiu"s I'or the Defendant, ami nl his tho Defend
ant's special instance und request And alsu
for that the Defendant, on tho day of suing
l"orth this writ, at New Fane aforesaid, being
indebted to the Plaintiff, in one oilier, but lik't
sum nf six hundred dollars Tor so much money
before that time had and received, &e And
also for this, that whereas the said Defendant
aflorw'urds, to wit, on the day of suing furia
this writ, at Now l'ana nfore-aid, accounted
with tho said Plaintiffs of aud roiu-erniug di
vers nlhcr sums ol' money, from tho said De
feudAnt to the said IlamtifJ before that ti nut
due and owing and I licit in urrear and unpaid,
and upon such accounting the suid Defendant
was, then und thertf, found to be in urrenr and
imlebtud to tli o Plaintiff's in the further Hum nf
six hundred do!hirs,'&c. And the said Iloracn
V. Tafl not having had personal notice nf thin
suit the sumo was, by order of Court, contin
ued uulil this Term ;And now at this term the
suid Timothy Pilkin fii Kellnge Stxton appear
and the said Horaco W. Tafl, not having
had notice as afores'ild, does not appear : It
is lliereforo ordered by the Court, that tho said
action bo further continued until April Term
next. And that tho said Horace V. Taft bo
notified ol" the pendency ol" tho same, by pub
lishing the substaneo thereof und thu order of
Court thereon, in the Vermont Phoenix, a newn
paper printed in said County, thrco week.)
successively, tho last publication lo bo at least
lour weeks before the session of said Court to
bo lioldcn at New Fane, In the County afore
said, on tho second Tuesday or April next,
which will bo deemed sufficient notice to tho
said Horaco W. Tnft to appear and defend iii
said action. Dv order ol' Court.
MARSHALL MILLER, Clark.
Knrr.s & Dkadlkt, Attornios for Plaintiff.
Tin II E Copartnership heretofore oxisting
JL under tho firm of Peck & Wood, is this,
day dissolved by mutual consent. .
CEO. II. PECK,
GEO. W. WOOD.
Dratllcboro, Jan. Ct, 1836. oq
Til E subscribers have this day entered
into a coiiaitnershin. undor ilm n.n.
PECK & POMROY. who willfseiil .n a.'..
inands duo to, or by Peck & Wood.
liJiO. 11. PECK,
CHESTER Wj Pfivnrw
Brettleboro, Jan. 6, 1033, - '