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Mrt Rebecca Peake. 1 He Messrs in Congress, on Tuesday, nothing of impor-
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t. it,n intcrr
,.r n ni.hlic
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Mums of community tlmt lior life
''.Lei Iiv viewing the public execu
t lie re is somclhintr
l'lc" ' .i ..!.( ni' n fi-mule beinir sus-
i n.tmnn Hint
(p gallOWS. HI- "Jl"k-
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Tin" panipluei emnrncca uie
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,,,'a-rc to the jury, nml the seii
1 ' r ill which was pronounced hy
, , , ,. wii s. It may ho hml nt the
I, , ik-' '' We tender our nr
, 1 1 the publishers for n copy of
. Ol-e'.tiok. A letter from
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ilat m mii ii tuin.-.'imjr
.VD.iiiti m debate, ill the Senate,
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, , is il, cincltnieil io nay, uy me
, vnut', rejecting Mr Calhoun's
. ritetrr the memoiinl from the
( , ij ,k - in I.ivor of Abolition in
,'. f umbia. The vote wan very
) i JG 'iily Hire Southern States
ii 4 in - supp ut of Mr Calhoun's
I . , a. Mississippi and S uitli Car
I a ni' t'li Southern States wore
, r vc.i, v, ith I) iih voles, against
. K'lnaikiihU' decision may
' i 1 1 nil,, feeling the Van
,.i the S mill having voted
ii, .-.t the known wishes
,lir have issued m n nent i "cc was iiin.ncicil in tne hi-nntc,
n i . ill t in ii. lien, iim lit ii i:,r tit, i ...i:..r ..r .1.. .
f S3 tiaces, a iuii ticeouni r 1 , .,-" r" 1" .. ir'" r"11 v'
mi vi 1 " . , - nuntiUIB UV llll IIIU III new line Wflrt tifllVi
munler of this "retched by n vote of 1 1 d to 0-1. The H,,se Xr'wards !
,..i,!ntcrpi'sitioii of Divine I rov- adimiincd to Thtiredny, in order to nivo the
members an opportunity to witness the launch
of the frignlo Columbia, which wus to tuko
place on Wednesday.
In the Senate, Thursday, the President trans
mitted a report lrom the Depuilmeut of Sjnte
with the proceedings of n convention held.nt
Little Hock, Arkansas, for the purpono of frn
ming n State Government, for the Arkansas
territory, which on motion of Mr lliichnnnn,
it was voted to refer to n select committee to
be raised for tho purpose of considering the
subject, mid the balloting for the Committee
was postponed till Friday.
In the House, tho bills making further ap
propriations for the suppression of Indian hos
tilities, and to provide for the payment of vol
unteer corps mid militia in the service of the
U. States, wero reported with amendments,
mid ordered to n third reading.
The message of the President rchitive to the
Arkansas Territory was referred to the Com
mittee on Territories.
Ft-o mm War. The troops under General
Gaines, which left Cantonment Brooke, Tam
pa Hay, Feb. 10th, for Withlacoochic, to the
number of 1050, were accompanied by seventy
fiiendly Indians. The Cantonment was left in
command of Col Twiggs, and the sloop of war
Vundnlin, lying about 10 miles below, was lo
remain there while her services wero required.
The Concord, sloop of war, Captain Mix,
sailed from Portsmouth 27lli ult. for Pensacohi.
By a letter received at Charleston from St.
Marks, E. F., dated Feb. lOlli, wo learn that
the Indians were assembling in the neighbor
hood of Tallahassee with an intention, m was
supposed, of ntlucking the COO militia men on
their march from thence to Camp Kins.
The ship Avis bud sailed from Si. Mntks fir
Tampa, with 300 troops, among them 15 friend
ly Indians, to act as guides. It is probable
they did not arrive in time to join Gen. Gaines
previous to his leaving there.
The whole number of troops is estimated
at 4000, now in rendinesi to take the field.
Cnpt Jones of the Cutter Washington, on ar
riving at Charl ittc Harbor, despatched a barge
round to the Mam), learning that a body of
Indians were'located within the neighborhood:
they have not been heard of yet, ami the gen
eral opinion is, that they have oeen put oil and
iniirilereil. There Inm lu'mi mi ftirtlmr iimiM
,! shortly hi, judiriiifnt received herefrom that quarter respecting the
1 1 11 liinrii iiii nine movements 01 111c Indians
. ut 1 1 might lo he re-
Furtlicr Hostilities of the Indians. A let
ter dated Micanopy, Florida, Feb. 19th, relates
'Yesterday, Isaac Lnuin mid Willis Nettles
went alter hogs a httlo h low Mr b.ivery'a,
when they were attacked by fifteen or twenty
Indians. Mr Nettles ran some rods and was
killed. Lanin reached home with a hall thro'
the ci'f of hi) leg. Today a cnnpaiiy went
out mid found Nettle's bodv. his head was lu
te vote rejecting their j ken oil' and his body split open. There have
Ian I inns there was , been Indians al uround us several iIjvs."
;-.t,)imi. The N.'i
Mr Webster, 111 the Senate
, Ii lias been for n long time
,1 In 1! ., relative lo the re-
a J c iiiiitlereil. 1 hat was
1 . il 1' with petitions on other
tttijt had he-n uniformly done,
. 1 . 1 1 I ' 1 ,n nn lliw Nlibiei't ulsn. '
b -rd they had an undoubted
a , a .1 thai Congress had 1111
1 .n.Umrity over the sub
1 t r petitions related, would
1 wnli a r final to receive the
i 1 1 a Pun a! reception of them,
Ii Uv mi fiese two modes of
Kn t vt ni,! be c insidere.l as little The Pensacola Gazette iiublishes tin-deci-
. 11 mere firm. He thought ' aion of the Court Martial held upon Col Parish,
. u ' at some tune, he met, con- the oflicer who shot Lieut Ward, of the volun-
" ' i"'l. In tills mutter, nslll Ii-its. Tin- rlnilit nnninitiiilMlv ncrriTil thill
-.iii"s( stand 0:1 its reasons. Il , Col. P. was fully iustified in sfiooiing Lieut.
tti but the door against; Ward, the latter having defied and resisted thu
t 01 that WliV to avoid dis- ' nnlcis of liU rtimerinr ntlieer. It iiiiiiciiih that
Tor the Vc nnnnl I'liTnlx.
I'opnnv in Amkiuci. it is the duty of A
tnericiin ciliens to bt watchful of the lib 'Mies
of their country. No senUment calculated to
subvert our fieo Institutions, should for ri mo
ment be fostered in the bosom of an American.
a soon ns nny sect or party ttrises in our land,
whose tenets are unconstitutional and nnti-re-
publican, they should bo exposed, that they
mnyrcccive n decided veto from all republican
My object in this communication is, to call
the attention of the public to the danger to be
apprehended by our country from Popery. H
is a subject in which every fieeman should take
a deep interest. I would not needlessly raise
the voice of alarm; hut I think no close obser
ver of the 'signs of the times,' can have failed
to observe, that wo are fast verging to 11 crisis
which may result in the overthrow of Ameti
can liberty. It is well known thnt thousands
From the. Ilocklarul Counhj (JV. J'.)' Times.
v c have ju,t harned tli- piuticulars of one
ol the most niebincnoly circunntnnrco it him
ever lollen to our lot to noird. During the
protracted inclanietit weather, much fear has
been entertained for the safety of the poor mid
ilestilutp inhabitants that reside fur up tho
mountains, and to approach whom has been
impossible, from the vast body of snow upon
tho ground. The fr-w wnrm ibil'H 1 1.1 vn 111 n
measure disipated the snow drifts, and persons ' rl'V-l-y
have ventured into the mountains in quest nf, r.'!l,,i
woou, or in initsuit of game. Many are thu
objects of Riilfering nml distress that issue from
the mountain cabins, some with froen feet,
Homo with fro7eii hands, 11 ml some brought to
the vergu of the grave hy absolute hunger.
Last Saturday 11 person was pawning through
the mountain, when, just beyond the Orange
county lino, ho saw n man near n cnbin, in n
sitting posture and partly coverrd with snow.
On approaching he disciiveied that he wns fro-
11 oMienin. Jle bail In bis hand 11 wooden
shovel wilh which he had evidently been hihor-
ol emigrants are dailv floodim? in 1111011 ns. It nig to onen
3 ofi """ nl"'ii Mitring the cnbin, upon the Hoor
is intimated that one half of the increase 1
Mondat, March It.
(Ili-jorleil fo- llii' I). Aibrnltrr St l'liiriiil.)
At inikrt,40 ll r Liiltlp, 0 pair Walking Oxen,
12 Cciik nml Ciilwi, nml 3J0 Hlirup. About 40 ISvcl'
I'MCKH Iter Cattle l.al wcck' pricm wrrr
Iruilly Mi).uilcil fur n likn iimlitv the extru Cnllle
RFiierully uctc priilmtjly licllcr lliiin lhio'rrpuricil ljt
cck. Wo nulici'il a iiiifflf Ox Inkcii for 48 unil
two nr llircn jiiko lit 45. Wc ipiulo lirsl ciuulily ut S!)
n42 Oil; uxonil iln. 11 1 33s h Si lliinl 1(0. 2S n 32i.
Oxen Wi noticed anlca ut S03, 03.
CotCI nml Calvtt Sulra ivprn tnaitl. 11I SIR. 9n.
23. 28 ami 10. v
Shirp Linn were tnkrn Ht 27, C0, 33i and CCs.
Sicint iN'mie nt niiitkct. .Suieriil ilniven nre rx
prclril next wvek: llicy will piobiiLly find icmlv inlet
nt 11 liigh price.
population in the United States, is from for-! 1. 10 . -,v,n Mt9 '!'' " mim. cll
. .. . . - . Woman (llltl tWO Children. 1 1., inmm, linti. 1 rnt.
e.gners; anit it is notorious that most or these; ie,l neighbors, the neartof whom r,ii.ll
are Roman Calhohcs. I hey come nmong us at a distniire of a mile and a half, and on fur
with nil their notions cf Priestly pomer anilj'ber examination, it was ascertained from ap
Popish infallibility sticking to them. They IV?nrB,,(!"?' ,,al 'f.v bud nuimtmieil every par-
are mere automatons, moved ns the priests pull liM, 'n'' "r' U '"W0" 1,,,nl '
.1 . . . , 1 1 l,lc Inlher was ntteni itinu to clear a path to
the stung. Not one of them dare cast n vote 8me wood which lay a short distnnce lrorn (he
except in accordance with the will of 11 priest, cabin, wh-n ho expired; and the mother 11 nil
Thus we see that n few designing individuals children being destitute of food and fire, could
have it in their power to elect just such men 1 !lnl ,,.avc Mfvivint him. It is difflrult to
... . ir-.. .1 1 11 1 1 imagine n situation more replete with horn.r
to olhco as they please, ... ..II p he where Co-j nmiis.reSS th... was th.t nl this unlortunntc
thohes have 11 inajonty. e know that there family, when mlTering nil the t.nmcnls of coki,
are, nt 7irese.1t, but few towns or cities in the ! hunger, nnd approaching death.
United States where ihcv have a majo.itv; hut I
if they increase n few veam to come, m thev ! d- t .l0 ""'frY'i'""!'-" ,,rnM-
.,,. .r..r . .t 11 ' notion showing Ihe most diBboiua! wictednrss,
have fur .1 few years past, they will soon out- 1M ri.cen,v 0eVn developed. A voung oriihau
number all other sects or parties among us. lady residing in or near Unmet, VI. wm beset
They already exert a tremendous influence on , by (ten. C n, (formc.lv candidate for
our elections. They go in n body for that par- Crtiigros) with thu most instilling proposals.
,y which most favors their principle,, and i j nTaUn'cZn Cem Cn
these times ol polii.cnl bargain mid intiigue, went to New York. A young man nnmed Mc
may we not expect that some man, possessing Clintock, with whom the young lady hml been
...ore ambition than republicanism, will muke acquainted in Vermont, called on her in Huston
overtures or friendship to them, in order to buy '' nod invited her to ride with him to Worcester
... 1 j on the railroad; to which she consent d. On
incir votes r i ,hHr ariv.n (e,t,( 0 inn,rm her that he
I he Catholic prlest3 act not without a lead- must go to Hartford; but she strenuously re
er. "His liolinuss," the Pope, is laying plans sisteil going for some time, wh-n finding' him
for the conversion of America to Catholicism, detennine.1, and fearing tt return t the city
Prie.ts are sent over lo us hy scores and by "'j1"0' "W w,'!houl """1C.V.' r ''Vnl
, , , , . . J ftl In ncr impanv bun. On arriving . it I larl-
huudreds; and they have 1111111e1.se wealth at font he jnfiflm.J ,cr ,nat he should lake the
their control. Many societies have been form-' stage the ue.t morning for lhwton; but lie de
ed in Europe, which annually transmit to this eeived her, nml Inok her on hoard iho New
country, thousands of dollars for the purpose nvenlge. The.e he impow-,1 on her ognin
, ". 0 .1 it . , ... . bv preteniling to take the Providence, when in
of erecting iiunnenes, &c. ... the L.i.teii bt..tw. rnrt!)e tnok the New Yo.k boat. On arriving
Can a f.ee and virtuous iieople behold lhee nt New York he was hastily phiceil in n enr
dens of polhiliunr urising in nil parts of our liagr, when, to her atlonishment nnd horror,
country, without a fear for the futiiie? Will si found herself in company with Cen. C h
parenu continue, to send lb. ir daughtens to "n ''N'"y I've got yo,,, said the monster.
', , , , . She was whnletl awny to n house of (liication
these places to bj educated, uAer the di-clos- nb.. f . , ml everv .i;,.. . 1... c to
ures which have lately been made of th'-ir true tempt her into the'pnlh of dishonor nnd ruin;
A'cic York Market, Hi it unlay. March 12.
r I.OL'K Slum uur lust nullrp of llie nmikrl, tilers
lin Ijorn 1111 Hiltnm-e in tliu prico nf wolcrn mill v.itrs
nre nmv nuking nt $H 1,1 8 12 j runic liulilers iif fanry
hriind nk b8 25 In imullimi llirrr ln len mole
Icmiind nnd linldvra ei'iirridly ink 12 1-2 cli utcr llie
... ..r .1 : ..1 4
liiii-,i 111 im; juri ioiir i,i-f;h.
tlltAIN I'mu cur;oin nf foreign I!o liai been re
reiinl dnrina llio week nnd uld ul 103 In I06"ct.
II ll Irlimiil uilli'illt cIi.iiil'v. Cnin li.n drclined ntuml
ISru.; null's ur Mnrjliinj ut 71 to 70 cli. Jersey
j 51 llnw nl 62 rl.
IIAItl.UV Siils of n.irley liae Iwrn mule to sumo
rxient, In lie diditi-rcd oil iho opening of tlit .011I1
rnrr, ill 70 In 78 rl.
I I'KOVIStO.Nt. flic diMimml U Cur f,.r nil kind, of
1 rntiMttn, nnd I oik nnd Ili'rf nrr, tmlli Hilvuncinj
5I -22 Hi t22 0 1 Prime SJS t 1S tO.
i OOI I'ttcic is utiejdy runpideiubte nc.ivi.y iii
llie in.irkrt 1 nnd ns tiie 1 iei am now oiicning, n bi ik
I. .! I. ....... 1 r ..11 1 1. .:
,". ,111111:1, mien inr 1111 utrrripi iniif.
IKON The n in lnliind li.in lind a enrrrtpond
m clfnrt here. Swedes Iron h.n nlsn iiittaticrd.
M0.M;Y The iimttey iiuiikct lint !n rrlieicdi
unu run riMiu anu (run! ittjt k lidc all luM lusher.
FOR SALE CHEAP-2 new first mtd
Snt.Nai.u Macmincr, on a new and im
proved plan. Inquire of
UliO. W. OUKI' .
West Urattlcboro, March 10. ".w
ILL do well to look into Hirge & Dict
llisun's Store for n frntid nicniltriint nf
I'OOLS, which have hut hm n rriri-il Willi
many Amc.icnn T00I3 of beautiful workman-st,iP-
j'etv Crockery and looking'
GLASSEa, and all Oencral House Fui
tiiKhing bloods, can he had low, at
March 9. UlUGK & DICKINSON'S.
A small sum of Money, last Saturday, rh
WILLISTO.V & TYLER.
C GENTLEMEN'S Fins Liru: Coi.i.ai
T Silk Ildkfs, Uroad Cloths, Cassitucridi.
tc. &.c. just received nt ' :
March 10. JJIRGE A. DICKlNtsOA'S.
FOR SALE The Trials or Lytnau Boe
cher, ). D. before the Publi-rv or Cin
einiinii, and of Mrs. RErtKt.'l'A PEAKE,
indicted for the Murdfr or Ephraim Peuk.
Also, a choice collection of second bend Lsw
Hooks, nt the Hrnnleboro Hook'tme. Mwr. lc.
mOBUsn- I'oiatoes, for sale by j. It.
character? 1 cannot lielieve that they will; I
cannot believe that intelligent people are any
longer to be duped in this way.
Here, in New England, we are comparative
ly free from Catholics. They know too well
but she restated nil his elPirts, and declared she
woukl part with her virtue only with her Inc.
C h 11 finding he had gone too far for his
own safety, placed her again under the charge
ol' McCiiiit.K-k, who started with her for Hos-
ton. Alter leaving New Haven sr.me susiii-
, 1 n -'ill. The subject
It nri-t be discussed, and
'! ' 1 i " 'i il calmly, dispn
. ill , IS I
'" fn ay
1 i''''i ir cii.i.w.I.'i ati. in.
. .' ilii t!iis r.is nothing
: ,1 ed b 'iiir nut of tho
fensive hintiuaue t.i Col. Parish, and armed
with three pUtols, one of them cocked and pre
sented, stiml out in opemletiaiice, ilecliiring lie
the character of tho people to think of getting cions we.e tinned, and several gentlemen pur-
it is to the west to the fV1" ll"u ', . ",l
King Kiioivn iiieir rrrnmi, sue jnviuny inrcw
dinent of the first of Ward was directed to be nut under arrest, but
I hem "t opinion that it , no one would execute the order. He used of-'
a loothobl here. Hut
valley ol llie MiMippi, trial uiey nireci meir ,K(tf fflttn,.ir m)tprtion, and has been tetur-
..(lrf 'I'lirtt nr. iiv.iti thnt tl ti'ill lit lint n . l9S4V;....la I (. I.:. I. .........
I . I 'I I I Lll' w Iimi H IIVIBII i HUB, 1. t IMIIUIttUll nKlllfllff tV I
, " . ' r ,n v .. " ,?"-vra" " 1 1 . :ri' lew v nrs b-rore a ...nioritv of the inlmUitiints Wm sallefeTl to mmic, and, ns well ns l.ts dia.
yr. i' a petition i act of firing, but was shot before he could exe- theLmtt-d btates will be luca
' i "' Wui'iingt in&tate that the
rb in u1. nu is Kendall, Esij. was
' b ii Willi a severe and dangerous
'. whn h it was frared, he would not
ecutu that intention.
Difficulties in the Army. The correspon
dent of the Journal of Commerce writes from
Washington, Mmcli 12th, ns follows:
"Int'lligcnco has been received hereof n dis
pute of n serious character, between Oenernls
Gaines mid Scott, in consequence of which,
great detriment to the service, in the Florida
campaign, is anticipated. It is even repotted
that Cen. Oaines has put (.Jon. Scott under ar
rest. The ditliciilty has originated from points
of military etiquette, growing out of their re-
Iitterv si ,t 'm in Tennessee ha3 been
bb hd hy th- Le.rislatii re: the net
r" "t t ie I it i d' Mmcli inst IJy the ' spective claitiM in refjartl tt rank ntul comniaml.
tti"ii nf Arkon, nil l 'r;L r.. j " McComb, General in Chief of the Army,
"-vwm. iiiv i Ii nrti n t f t'llfi lllf mill.
-v .win.ruf.n.ii, una me J-gidlaturo 13
"iail'r "suioi leffniriiiff them.
,. ir,,,,-. j nc ai ,. e (j ironic i;
i "Mint, nr.rrs n rpiwiri ll. C....n 4
c " "'il IllUk OIUIIU illlllll
l-l.' ,n 'I' ....... .
' " irui at ne Head ol twelve
'I I ,C .Mmict.ir iv. r . t:
I . Stall's. nrm-i,! nt . .,
I , l.lll in fl,n II.:,: I i . ,.,
"'"Lin orig U'nnilercr.
'.V bril.r;'d by the legislature
'i Hut lunsinir II,,, ,.!i c ni.:
t. " iiiiiiiuns in no tars in aid ol
Ww and Ohio Itnilrnnd.
u,i!",r-T! t of the Bellows
n,m, b -"iiipiiiiy uas iieen tnKen
V7'. 1,17 "?ln subscribed in Ikistnn.
(1' "Ul'r with ODOO spindles is lo be
''UIIIS season, nnd
J l) hu ft... fi.i ,.P T
. . mii xi i tlllllUillV 1 1 IT A L.
--Pu WIIIC 1 ma ,1 . ...
tl f in i i ill ii iv II II II II. llll-
lit"iir?Hn ,lav,p,vat,?r I'"wer sullicient
"' ' Jl a "I auoo sn in iw .-in.
"' I l.fViat.ln T... ..
(bm , , V X11' rpnt ,nnil contrac
M Ct M 'The Ailniirnl,' has retir-
rr(un(, oi-iiuieu a very nana-
miinci and reconcile the disputants; he left here
with his suite this morning."
Great Law Suit. The New Orleans Union
of tho 23d ult. says: "The suit no long pend
ing between the United States and this city,
lias at length been terminated by the decision
of the Supremu Court ut Washington, against
the claims of the Government. The conse
quences of this decision to the city nre of an
important nature. The sum of 1,600,000, the
proceeds of tho tale of the lots on the Levee,
and which amount is now in the City Si Com
mercial Hanks, will become the property of the
rilv. This sum is moro than sullicient to pay
the whole debt of the city."
valley; and ll they can succeed in getting this
part of the couuti.v into their hands, their ob
ject is accomplished. Many of llie Cuth'dics
feel so sure of success that they hesitate not lo
avow their ill lections ;jund go wi far ns to state
located in the great bidicnl employei, stiii goes iinwhipt of justiee.
Upon llie above the editor of the Springfield
"We lind ibis nrtiele without credit, and
know if t in what paper il tirt appeared, but
learn that it is incorieet so fur as relates to the
circuniHtniires of detection. S'Mii after the
that in thirtyWars-this country will he in their psrtie. left Trent's Hotel in Hartford, on their
hands; or, snvll.ey, if Protestants make great way to New Yo.k, it was discovered that the
exe. lions, wc may not succeed id.orl of fifty young lady ImJ made known her situation to
' i . . . , ,, , some one in the bouse; tbnl she had no change
years. I cannot allow myself to believe that of tw, yj,.. MrTrent Marled immediately
this will b' the case; Jet I think there is great jn .,ur(,,,it nnd went to New York, hut mism-il
When we tee the combined energies ihem. On his return hctoiiud McLhnlock and
'""nani death Tim r 1
I Ik. .l '""I wt-
am IV hriinrtf Mli.ln .1...
I- -Lt '""U fclV lUUUMlilU
, . ,1 "nieii tvimnn immMl Rn i'll to.
U1IISI'V. ibcl o.U.,l lu, ,'.!,
rw of tot i v. rr
he. i i' rjwutuu i iv receiving a ici
., nfr liushand. who i n A,-; ei.
' '"M about tl "'"v.""' ""
nnnnr kv....:.i. ... ...
"o nr o,i ., . :
linrron. i . ' v i"""ii"jr ni-
'''it w ii; T "av.ng lier conlessor res-
- .ii uun'rf iimiiw.
i.' ' iio i r ii in i n l pniii.il inn a v-
'Mi inn "uuounceu in eiliglnnu,
rii . t:iv.tiL iif.tiiin v ni inn nnrnnru
"wrrawr ""-"wives wiuioui tne use
I.. i ''th Jnnnnr.r 1l i. !..
""fWeclruB i ,,'. " luu oiivciii in
"u's, an,l .,. i. "" . ' ".V
nt,,.., . ".'i, iiwiiiu lii iii.r inmiiira ill
"UlS thu 'il " "
1(it in " "oi ue a monastery or
,go 1 aires Tim r...rmnn ,.,o
f fur mtkicri,,"m,ul 'l'ta receive 35.000
J5r.ow.No up Cask. A most important case
hns been going on before dudgo Irving, for the
last week, Messrs David N. Lord, and Rufus
Lord, being the plaintiffs, and the Corporation
of the City the defendant?. Tho mailer in
controversy involves -.bout two hundred and
fifty thousand dollars, and nrose from the fuct
of the store of the latter, and occupied by the
former, No. 50 Exchnnge Place, having been
blown up, bv older of the city authorities, on
the night of the conllagrntion, Dec. Hi. The
goods destroyed, belonging to Mr David N.
Lord, were estimated at two hundred nnd fifty
two thousand dollnrs, n portion of which wns
saved. The Jury brought in n verdict for the
plaintiffs. Damages, to D. N. Lord, ribont
one hundred nnd lilly.-sevcn tiiotisnnii uonars,
nnd to Rufus Lord seven thoiisnnd dollnrs, the
value of the building. The decision is an im
portant one, ns n precedent in other cases
wnose claims are siiiiiuu u una. j. wauii
and R. Emmet, for defendants, and Lord and
Sedgwick for the plaintiffs. AV Y. Daily Adv.
The New Haven Daily Herald of the 10th
snyS!Tho steamboat New Hnvcn, Captain
Stone, from New York, succeeded, after n
hard strugglo yesterday, in bursting the ccar
ments which had so long bound the navigation
of the Sound. She left New York nt 7, A.M.
nnd nt 12, M. had progressed through the Nnr
rows, breaking through fields of ice, in Bomo
instances, (ns weure informed by a passenger,)
18 inches thick. The strugglo was a hard, but
successful one, and the olliceru of tho boat de
serve much commendation for their cntorpr.e.
riiOBtenmboat Lexington, Uopt. vnnueriiiii,
o - ...
of all Catholic aauntries, exerted lo establish the young laity at nis iioiise, Having iieen de-
R,ai,nin ihfc.ntry, with almost exhau,,- gjth knul ilimdy re. Mc
less resources at their command, can we leel vn-tt nn( f conveying her home to Ver-
olherwioe tlian alarmed for the wifely of our munt; and Mr Trent lias-nil through this town
republican institutions? Wc nil know that n few days after with the young lady in charge.'
11 M....i:u., ,T.i 1,'iinl in linn,! nn,l !
if Poiicrv rains the nsceudnncv among us, our! 'r?"'J!'-,'M.IT:TTAi,.r P?.'??
" i ii i r U'llllieciicui, uus exiiiniieu in mis ruv uewiv
liberties will be at an end. Republicanism can jlivent(.(i rjL. aj pUt.ils.of ndmiriibleeonsiruc
never draw a breath where Popery is the dom-1 tiou. The chiiinU'r contjins tubes for seveiul
inanl religion. Let us, therefore, ns we regard charges ol powder titiil Inili; it may Ik' nuule to
that liberty, which wns purchased only by the contain from C to 10. In cocking the gut. to
. . . " ' ' . '. ., . ' J shout, the chamber revolves on an axis, nnd
blood ol our loreiauiers, no on in our power io , . . SU(.C0ion t.V).ry luhe in the chamber
spread information on tins subject, that the j je u.jt, t,i. barrel; and when ditchaiged,
neonle mav be iirenared for the cominc strug- the net of cocking brings the next lube into po-
I oi th.. iil,,ii ,i,l ilin i,tp. cnenk nut; silion. until all me dirchnrged. All the tubes
b.v. , , , .
let them raise
the attacks of all
liberty. J. D. R. Secretary of War, and the Navy, iniiny ollicers
- i,,)ti uie a nny ami iavy, ami is coiisuiereii
fc.rs. I'.ditors: If you think the following the. mn.t cllicient instrument of the kind ever
worth publishing in your valuable paper, you invented.
are at liberty so to do. I We lire infiirniedth.it Mr Cult ha already
Tup. Wlinl.n llllfl., I mirrhased a shoot. ' obtained n charter from the New deisey Li gis-
Jnnuary 1st, 1835, that weighed 110 pound?. ! latuie, and is about to organie n joint stock
I keiitiit one yt nr and seven days mid weighed company, with a capital d ?SOO,000 for the
it atriiin live weight 720 pounds. I then lind ' purpose of manufacturing ritlen and pistols, for
.H . . . " . .... 1 i . .. . I I ! t ... ..... n...l l.n. I.. n Inn, ...,..tl.a 1,1 .vi.tu
irillll. IISl., UIUI IIIUI- II. . l.. ... in. i. .7 .ni ti.M.i
will be in the market. Washington Globe.
pulpit, and the press, speak out; smon, until nu me oifcnargeo. aii uie nines
istnidard which shall withstand '"V he recharged as quickly ns a single gun
a Maiularu, w Inch slum iinsiotui (f or(innrv strucluro. This new implement
all enemies of civil ami religious, r Wnr IIW',t.on 9,own to the President, the
In Mm ill"o, "III intl. bv l.ciuutl U'liilnev, Kti).
.nr ncnry n in.iiil in .11 ua .Mary U. Ilcnrj, ImiIi m
Nrw llruinirre, .Mn.
In lli t tiling?, Mnrrli IO1I1, by Itcv. A. ISrown, Mr
Jnme t-nuw.Jr. lu Mix Miiutih KitlJ, Itulh nt Win-
lifiirr, N. II Al... nn llio ISili in.i.inl, Sir Srlh
Afhley of Spiiitgficlil, .Mi. lo Jlitt .Snrali Ann Cl.iii
ttf ilii. Iimvii.
In tin town on llie IS1I1 inttunl, l,j lirr. C. V.,o,l
huiiM', Mr Jarub lic to Mitu Kuiilj I line, nil of II.
In NehW, IO1I1 iiul. fiiju. Willinm II. Otgnml
f llrnokluiu, 1,1 Min Arlnliwa, iliiihlcr nf Mr Mo
Ma Kirn tif iN'if.mo. Our thanks lo tht bridtfar
a gtntrout ilice of tctaJing cakt.
In Slrnllon, by l!ev. Illniii'l Ih-i,i,.iic1, Mr Iinnc M.
I.inrfiln ul' Wilmington, lo .Mr? Klua I'. I'mrittrr i.f
Slriillnn In Dumr, l,v Ihe mine, Mr Uliier I'lkr
lu Mm Mrlinili.i Hue. bulb nf Snmrricl.
In J.tninirn, afier a couriiip of Imi ilay, Mr Jarcd
Sno nf Jamiiin to Mm Ulic II. t'lalk nfSliiti.aii.
In llindvlilr, N. II. bt ltrv. Mr Mumli, Mr Arnd
Cm, 1 er to Mii Mirauu'j 1 aikrr, il.iujlilcr of Mr Ulihu
Vom Ike lltnnincton Gaztlte.
In P.railtl)iu, Ii. Itrr. Ili.tra V. I'..illi,u, Mr Orrii
Purr, ng.-il CO, 10 Ml. .Sdiuli I'ulli-r, u;eil 'M'.
In Krailbrn, hy KM. Jamcw fuiiHitcr, Mr Simon
Mint, -neil 'JO u o Mrt I'litlir lldilv, ngril 45!
SEVRRAL Patierns or TRUSSES from
SI, SO to S3. wnrranteJ to Jit I'.tr te by
March 10. WILLISTON & TYLFR.
TtiniGUT to Itocbester, N. Y. may b.t b:nl
oil upphcatinn to
HOLimoOK it CO.
P'eb. 25. At the Paper .Mill.
1)1 1: 1),
In thin town, on I lie I lib nut. William Hamilton,
only cliittl i,f lUiurll ami llurricl l'lmnmcr oflloilun,
ageil 13 iuoiuli.
In Vermin, Feb. 10, Mr.Noili l'rrry, njrd SS yeart.
Iriutei in .N. II. nntl Man. arc rcinritudt Ate.
Al ToHiitbcml, Vl. 2il nil. Mr 1'irxali, contort of
Ihe II, m. Ji.lm Unlyr.t, n tW jrart.
In Wulitiatn, IO1I1 iiit. Mil Kvpliua, uife of 3.
I'.llint l'rmi, ul G1.1II rJ, Vi.n;mlSQ.
lu Wilbntnttoiin, Vl. Mr Curni'lius I.viule, no oCi
ccr in ihe nrmy i,f it,' rciulutinn, ageil Si
In Sluiir. '(. Mr V. It-ivtnntHl, jnl t'O; rame tlaf,
Mr i:ilrt I'.ikint, a;nt 12 In Mmriilown, Feb, 27,
Mrt Si.. n C. Cluin lull, aged bS eari.
In llpnmngton, lib inl. Mil I'litbr Don nt , ajed
01. In M.inchcilrr, Mr Va, aynl c'(3.
lu Clitciniiiil, ,N. II. Mr ar.iu l'aiker, a rerolu
lioiMrv tuliiier, ngril i); he uto fuiij;lil under General
U n ni the Kittle of .New Orleant.
In iliuillintii, I'.lili ult. Mii Murv Heed, iJor of
ihe tile Jjtmift Itr-etl, hijihI 0 vixt.
lu Worcevifr, Mr bnrah, w ife of J. W. Xciicotnb,
and aUufhter nf Ktijiih Ab mil, lq. of fireeiilielil.
In Shmtriliory, I-cb. IS, Mr bainurl llri(;li:iin,H-. !)..
In .i. riling, bill inn. Mr Munariah Willard, a;. 0.
In r'ruukbn, Ct. uf ufoptuw, Iter. William Wood
lillilge, tale of lioitun, ard iO.
In t'attine, .Me. Mil Mary Crnwf,iril, at llie adiaur
ed at- of 100 eurn und 5 ninuilit: relict of Dr. Win.
Crntilmil, who at turginn and clniil.iin in llie arm)
ul Urn. i i.lli', ami uai aiuciifU
lime oftiii drulli at (luehvf.
P. SOIODS & CO-
Ab. 2 IlulVi Ildilding, nearly tpj.vtite Cut.
CAojt'j Stage House,
WOULD tender their thanks to the Citizens
of lirutlleboro and its vicinity for thu
liberal patronage they have received f,otn them
nntl itifnrm thfin f t. t tli..v li..fn :., .,,AAiiJ
. ....... ...... ...I , ll,l,l-.-,l
afresh supply or LADIES' SHOES of the
latest fashion, which, together wiih ihcir for
mer slock, comprises a very exleosivc assort
ment for Ladies' and Gi nllemeii's wear viz:
Ladies' Kid and Clolh Pumps ;
French Lace do ; Low Lace do ;
French Fur Shoes; Oailer Pools it Boolcs:
Morocco. Kid, Catkin aud Cloth "Walking
Shoes Gentlemen's Uoois, Shoes nnd Piunj-
or every description Mines' ond Children's
Pumps and Shoes Ladies' and Gculiemcu's
Also Morocco and Kid Linings & Bindings,
Rinding and Shoe Thread, Paste and Sponge
Blacking, &c. ccc.
The above articles are offered for sale on thu
most reasonable terms, and werrauted second
All kinds or work done to ordur at ihort no
tice and warranted.
Brattleboro, March 2, 1S30. 23
TflIIE Members of Engine No. 1, arc hereby
JL notified to meet at Merrick's on MON
DAY evening next, nt hall' past 7 o'clock, for
special business. Bv order of the Capiuin.
March 10. CUAS. LORD, Clerk.
ripllE Members or ihe BiiATrtxcorio II1011
JL School Asocialion, will hold their An
nual meeting at their School House, TUES
DAY, 5th April ncxl, at 7 o'clock, P.M. for
the choice ir Olfiecrs.
March f: JOHN L. D1CKERMAN, See.
STATU OP -VERMONT.
District of Marlboro, ts.
At the Piobate Court holden at Wilmington
in said district, on the last Wednesday of
February, A. D. 1S30 Present, IIou. Asa
UPON application of Lcuioa Barrel and Dc
vid Barret, Administrators on the Estate
or WllITMOni: IlMllliyr, lateorBraule
boro in said district, deecastd : It is ordered
to his naff at ihe . anil Uecreetl that unless Ihe several creditors to
said estate present their claims to said admin-
iMi:uurs mr seiiicmeui within one year lrom
this date they shall bo forever baned : Aud said
administrators nre directed to give notice of llie
passing of this decree by publishing ihe "same
ihrce weeks successively in the Vermont Pha:
nix printed at said Brattleboro, and by posting
up notices thereof in four public placet in tho
county of Windham, to wit al the Inn of
Paul Chase, at the Inn of Pbinehas Stewart,
and at Joy's Inn in Brattleboro, and al Allen's
Inn in Dumincrstoii, within sixty days from
Done in Probate Court al Wilmington, this
24th day of T"!'"iary. A. D. IS30.
By'order Of the Judge.
28 ASA KEYES, P. Reg'r.
)X HULK, prune Troy Fluur, just received
for sale, by
(iiillordMari fi 10. PHILLIP MARTIN.
it butchered, ami the following day it weighed
010 pounds. Its age was lyj, moniiis.
Toxcnshcnd, March 1 1, 1830.
.Wcmornwia. The thermometer, for the
last week, has ranged, nt 7 o'clock A. M.tis
Friday, March 11, 30 deg. above zero.
Ii Y O I! B M .
Lr.cTunn by Dr. Hvnr.. Question for dis
cussion, "Have mankind been benefitted by tho
perusal of Profane History?"
From the Jamestown (Ar. lr) Journal.
IlKNnr lUmiKTT, of the linn of 'Ilarict, linker $i
Cn.'ui'lh'u illugc, (fiirinvrly of llrnllleboru,) lull fill
leu 11 victim lo llie king of lerron. Iln mi l bin f.iln on
llio island of Cuba on llie Dili January, aged US )car.
lie hud long Iieen nillirieil Willi u puliimn.ily niieriinn,
1 ,OHle.......out...,u ""j'i-, .from v.hlcli' ho reccird ., pni.inl' rtlirf by n pievlu...
for Providence, followed tho New Haven, about , lhe ,,, hirn iwUiecli ,,,, ,,',, tn!lt
two hours later, nnd succeeded 1.1 working tliro . I B tcC()m, IIl!gllt )0 uc,uieil with a fanralilo rr.ulr, k
It is six weeks to day since tho nnvigntion 1 v ttirli was the only inducement he hud In break away
closed, the longest period of tho kind Within Com Ilia family nml friends, which, nlai, haa provicl a
tho memory of thnt venerable gentleman, "tho final .nmm.ion. Mr. Ilnrieit'i wn.ih u, H citixrn, a
nUnli inlniliitnnt hiithiintl, 11 brother, a father nnd a friend, is not heio
Oldest lnbltbltant. nuemnled to be told, becaute ho hod no enemies whose
The ico in Connecticut river opposite. Hart-1 M )crtll llight ,ln memry, His friends lime
ft.r.l !j 1 fi'i't nml a half ill thickness 3 of Which 1.,,. ,.,,.,,jiin of bsinir ustu.rd lh.it eieiv noisible Hl-
w t the rate of a milo a minute, or 00 is "solid blue." Some of it was suwed through, 1 (fnilon was paid him in his Ust illneis, and tlut be
3 ho"ll ' , al found to be 40 inches! rrrpired to meet df.lh with eompoeur..
13 StatCil :m n Cnrl llmt in
in p "," Wll 9 mo Urcenwic.il Rail
tyed , ?, n"i 0 train of six carriages wns
-ir'altliB rate or a mil m:n.,i?. an
Siicr.r. We noticed Init year the sale of
some line wethers, from llie thick of the Messis
Ilnllock, of Milton, Ulster county. Theto
wethers were of the New Leicester or Bake
well breed, nnd sold nt 12 dollnis per head.
This was considered by many ns n very extra
ordinary mice, and most of our farmers weio
leady to conclude there could he no nioio im-.
provement. sum, liowt ver, isnoi uiecnse, ns
in January last these gentlemen sold Q0 of the
same breed to Mr R. Anson, drover, nt 15 dol
lnis per bend. On this price Mr Anson ob
tained nn ndvnnce in New ork, hnviiig disposed
of them all ut fiom 18 lo 20 dollars n head.
Wo understand that Mr Charles Peters, of
this county, has oflered the Messrs Hallock -10
dollars a head for two sheep weighing nbout
200 pounds n piece. Even theso nro inferior
to some the .Messrs II. intend to have ready for
market next fail. J'oughkeepsic Journal.
Girard College. Wo lenrn with a gratifi
cation which wo are sure will ho shnrcd by all
our readers, that, in the division or the property
orMr Oirnrd, tho Slock in tho Hank of the
United States was nsiigned to the College; and
that the rechaiter of the Hank by our State
wjll probably odd two hundred thousnnd dollars
to tho vatue'of tho funds of tho College.
The Hudson GaTctto of Tuesday says:
"This dnymnkes 108 days that the ground has
been covciedwith snow; a thing, we may ven
turc to say, unknown in the history of Ameri
ca since its first settlement,
'SVj;rV. A lew hundred L'iiinksi: Mui.ueh
W&$v "v TREES, also a lew thousand
Crfe Wihti: Italian do. or one and two
years' growth, for sale cheap, by
Brntllchoro, Mnrch l.r.
Tf-lOR SALE or the growth or 1835 at
X March 15. Din ton & Lnvr.iiurr's.
fi ca thvv V rcsc r va 1 i ye.
rip HE subscriber has for sale, Partridge's
J. Leather Preservative Paste Blackim;
Black Ball or lhe first tpiallty Macassar Oil
Oil Soap, &c. Occ.
March 17. D. B. THOMPSON.
ffidul fijiie and ITIctal Fumps.
TfnllE Public are rcspi-elTully informed that
JL the subscriber has taken the Shop recently
occupied by Gore Ov Crosby directly over Lu
ther Weld's Gun Shop, where he Manufac
tures AQUEDUCT PII'D of all
sizes, in the best manner. Also, Improved nnd
Common COPi'DIl PUMPS, which will
draw water to housesjyrom wells ami springs
nt a considerable distance off. They are con
stituted so as to discharge themselves free of
wnter so that they nre not liable to Ireeze. tic
also furnishes ' U M P S of various descrip
tions, such ns Hubbard's Jlotary, and the
common Cast Iron Pump, which have given
entire satisfaction in this vicinity. All work
shall be done in the best manner nnd al the
lowest prices. JACOB ESTEY.
Brattleboro, March 17. 28
IScnj. Woodward's )Estatc.
state or vEnrcroPTT.
Manchester Probate District, ss.
Be it remembered that at a Probate Court hold
en ul Manchester in and for said district, on
the Sth of March, A. D. li?3 Piescnt,
lion. John S. Peitiuont, Judge:
JONATHAN YA1L, Administrator on iho
Estate ol' ISlJyJA MIX M OOD U'AHD,
lute or Winhall in said distiict, deceased, ap
plied to this Court lor further time of six
j months to complete the settlement of said es
tate ; W hereupon it is ordered by said court
thai said application will be heal d al (he cilice
orSargeant &. Miner in Manchester, on lhe
first Tuesday of April next: And ii is further
ordered thai a publication or n copy of the re
cord of this order three weeks successively in
the Vermont Phccnix printed at Hrattltbnro,
previous to said time, shall hu deemed sulli
cient notice to all concerned, to appear and
contest the nllowance of the extension of time
for said settlement, if they see cause.
A. L. MINER, RcgV.
A true copy of recoid,
2S Attest, A. L. MINER, Reg'r.
Farm for Sale.
T II E subscriber will sell his
Faiim about one milo from the cen
tre of the town or Guilford, known
ns the C.ne Farm, consisting or
uliotit 130 acres ol band suitably divined into
Mowing, Pasturing and Woodland and wcll
waicred and is considered by nil acquainted
with it a first rate Farm. It will be sold low
aud on a liberal credit.
Guilford, March 8, 1838. 21
STATU OP VERXWOKT.
Manchester Probate District, us.
Tui-huay, March 8, 1830.
The Honorable Probate Court for the District
To all persnn.1 concerned in the Entitle cf
Iii:.TAMlX WOOD WAtlD, lat-o
Winhall in aid District, deceaztd,, hi
HEREAS Jonnlhau Vaile, Adinmifiin
lor on lhe Estate of said deceased, I'-u-
rescnts to this Court that the Personal L&i.iie
is insiilltcient to pay the just claims n'
charges against said estate, and prays b rli
cense to sell all the Real Estate whertoi tho
said deceased died seized, for said purpese,--
Whercupon it is ordered, that said adminis
trator cause all persons lo he notified nl'ihi
application, I hat said petition will he henid i,t
the Probate Office in Manchester, mi .he first
Tuesday of April next, so that they may nppe.tr
and cive bonds for the pavmeut of the iibnvn
claims, or contest the granting said licence i.' i
they sco chum:, by publishing a copy of thin Aiot
order three weeks successively in the verinr,nYin'.
Phccnix printetTat Braiileboro, previous io iLg u"i-r'
time. A. L. MINER, Reg'r&p'X. .
copy oi rccoru, cfs.