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miANOEll of New-York.
a fine warm roin on Saturdny last,
. i ..IT nf till' Rlinu". It
hb "m1"." .....
Eke the nrsi """ r ; -
OUIlllUUHl,"., I4...I iiuo
been closed more than
!. Iinvinit been c
a- "VVest ,ivcr W"3 8Wollcn 10 nn
llrielit on Sunday, ami ikuio mi-iu
fll W'"1 r .1... .l, .tri-Mml Inat .M.
,(, heavy rwr. ..y s- "
ti,,. waters liowevcr have subsided
jiijpfei the proprietors will consequents-cater
confidence than ever in its stn
) Jul trill be encouraged to persevere in
.i:.t Election. The annual election
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1 1( Officers in lyonnccutui. mui,i.
. L -. BAaitltPlI 111 III. (II Ul ...I .11.111111..)-
on by a greater majority man nisi year.
Hartfonl Tim" B"13 U1L u"-3 wuv
four, as follows:
in All UK IV" 1 '
rr-.nh 19.930: loriomunson w,i3
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ration majority wot. i ncrc is aiso
iacreaieJ number of Administration nicm
.iui m tlie Lnrislaturc, being nearly
(j one in the House, and 17 to 4 in th&
!lt. Sj much for' stcaiiy imniis.'
i.thimntranee.li, t;. ucinvnn, ji,Bn.
MtMishr.1 a communication in tho Albany
Pressed to the Mayor of that city, in
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Vor ttia Vermont Hirenlx.
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DETWEEM A I'MlMr.tlAWD
Politician. Cootl'momlng, farmer Plough
share what newt- from tho hills this Tuoriitiig?
Farmer. News I nyo, Hot a needle full we
are ns dry for news as a tippler always is after
eating salt fish. Tho snow is so larnal deep,
arid the drifts are so piled up like hny-stneks
Umphl I wish to goodness they were hay
Btacks; for I verily believe tho cattle will all
P. That is had very bad but what think
you our Congress- folks are doing about these
0 F. De'il take if I know, nUhcir old tricks
1 s'posc, drinking chanipaigrffiifrnaking long
speeches. I wish to goodnessrlrhnil them are
fellers up among tho snow drifts I'd lather the
sweat out of 'cm till they would say less and
do more to the purpose!
. P. That would be n desideratum greatly to
bo desired. But what think you of the speech
of John Q. Adams on tho loss'of the fortifica
F. John Q. Adams I let me sec if I mis
take not he was once President of the Uni
ted States. I have a distinct recollection about
his getting up one morning and being vomer-
fully agitated by a dose of 'anlimasonic pills,'
.1 I. ...
iiiiuugii iihsiukc pui ins com on the wrong
side out! Ha! is it not so, Sir Squire? Si
lence gives consent, as the saying is. Well, it
is Htrangc how bad habits will grow upon a
man I Having a strong propensity for turning,
he has been turning ever since,
p P. What strange ideas, farmer Ploughshare,
you have got into your head! You have been
listening to Rome of the lies of the "old hand
maid." She has been i list i lit no- some of her
ly'jj far pauperism and crime produced by
Ann mint. a hhyu ii.i (iiiiiui.
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poison into your brain; but time and common
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1 nc ta.wuij..'- - ..... i ' " . ....w uiww .tun. iiiui.vii
r !.(" nil fli tnis nnirt liv that com- iron.
i". Umph ! I care not a shad-scale about the
old handmaid," us you call masonry. Folks
, say I've got a thick skull; but I wish masonry
1 t n.. r . . . .
(jtatry. 1 no tiemorauing inuuciice oi , nuo nnumnsonry at tne nottom ol ttio KcdtSen.
cpimi nml nrknnwledrred on all Afnannri' tn rrnnil Cnr nnititnrr nml tm.
L.t -Un trviinfpi1 1fliri lllf nnlltlC 111 lirPIl n littli. Wlfl'il nn.l niilfii.nentii. !n .1...
aulnne. it sceins to be regarded by too I devil's own oflsnrimr! Now I aint menlv mnn-
r.U A..nll.t. fiml inilifri.rnnri ltllt if fhmt TVTlctfir I onnnlr .irrttl ...It... I
j mui .. ...... , -i - , ...( .in. .iu. j .num.
... L. t,,.-,,,lit in bii nml dill tlin lir-nr-l V WM P. ;...i,l lL...nl,Ll,n... I
(tuupon the pecuniary interests ol com- a little wild ns well as warm
vi" . . ... ; . 1 " I uown lo-nigni, wncn we snail near more news,
tithf subject, out unite in a decisive ellort Wise on the same subject? , . - ,, , ,. ...
, , . . ....... r.L i...' . J . ... bxlract of another letter, dated
Wrea it uyanvingouionne country iiio j r . uei let me see aye, 1 read it in I pUolata, Match (J.-Gcn. Scott left Fort
the 1'lia-ni.x. Uy the way that Phu'iiix is n t Drane on the .morning of the 20th ult. with '
I nrrltv rronrt rt.nfw.rit l.'nnrta n uli.fi.lt. V.nn.1 f 'J'flfl men fiirfhi WttltlnfVmrlini. Iinttt.. (rrintn.1 1
:i imii i.iij.i vL.iv.il, m.i... ,:.i, in i., nii .....,. ...... .l.t ucii. iusiis wan to navo leu nius a wuii inu
. " , ,..i,,. ,,.. r tl... ... u.
....IV HIHM, .IIV. BUIIII. lltttC, Utl .JUtUlllUJ,
leaving only 50 men at Volusia.
For tho Vermont Phoenix.
Messrs. Kdltors: I little thought when I of
fered to share with n 'dlilident Dacheloi' the
j-iys and sorrows of life, that it-would produce
so much excitement nt I find it'na. It nnnenm
there has been pulling off and pulling tin of
'ivirrri.' nml n infitltlit.1.. nrntl.. .t.l . 11..
o-i itiiii.iiuui. i witiui iiiiugs ciuunjr
ludicrous. One verily believes 'when ho views
hjmsclf in the mirror, that ho is not more than
twenty; and will accept Cinderella's fair otTcr,
provided si 1C IS not tinst 11 crrtntn nmt I TTrir
t i n ..... i
ror! I wonder if a Bachelor ever discovered
any uncommon organ when viewing himself in
his mirror! Another thinks not of nge' or
'preliminaries,' but only of "being married, and
most joyfully ofl'ers his heart and hand,' ac
companied with a little flattery, for which he
will please accept my thanks, with n icmA that
he may Uay no more tuch;' for he must know
that lattery ought not tp be whispered in the
ears of a lady of twenty-one. Hut to the point.
1 cheerfully accept your olTer of ' heart and
hand' hea'rtl what a prize! how few theie
are who obtain it! I know him to bo gene
rout I tr7 have him.
N. 1). The nliovo is more particularly dedicat
ed to 'Kasselas' ns he has no preliminaries'
to settle the nfiair may be sooner brought to a
close. Rasielas will not hear from me again
through the medium of this paper; if ho wishes
for farther correspondence it must be by mail.
Ilrnttlcboro, April 4, 1830.
The War in Florida. The latest intelli
gence from tho seal of war iu Florida is con
tained in the following extracts of letters pub
lished in tho Savannah Georgian of the SOth
Kxlract of a letter, dated
PicoLATi, March 24. YcMerdny morning
while Gen. Hustis, at Volusia, was transferring
his command to the west side of the St. Johns,
Ciipl. Ashby's company having crossed over,
wnsifired upon by about fifty Indians. Three
men were killed instantly, and his more woun
ded. The fire was imnediately returned, and
the troops sent in pursuit, but they were oil
only one Indian negro was killed."
Extract of another letter, dated
Picolata, March .55. They are fighting
away at Volusia. -.fAt'the last accounts lour of
the South Carolina volunteers were killed and
several wounded. The Indians crent mi and '.
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we'll let that r C,!,"M!1S "own tlie lirst tiro, ond
t.i tuiii pl ciui in in. i if. f.- i.-.iivet inu uuut
.ii . r.... .1... .1.. r ... n
(Miling li u. ...b umu, shouM hnvc lt.ss,,UBrrc)ing& morc UIlanilnity.
as have refused to licence ami retailer ot: ... ...i... .i.-. ... i ' ... nr.. .
at scirils in that county. Little otmosi-1 .. a The St. Aucustine Herald of 25lh March.
1. . . .1... I! ! C. I ' I ttnvs ,,I'lw ftlf.llfir.r Kntil nrltv.l nl Pti.i.lnfn
ffaj luaue iu iiik iiLuiisini; ui .ivuiiiLia. n n 1. 1 n.r nr .... i. -rt . .. : . w-..-
,.Wr.-nl irpro n1,tmP,l in i.mnnl from th, 1 c a Jieren i J)cg pnroon. )n!.t night TrOlll VolllMO, by which We learil
JS sev ral we e obliged to aipcnl Irom tht , w, , , tllink ;t ,)Ul tt.ff . ,hnl ,hbe ,etachmenl of 200 Volunteers sent out
iiiarKoiue lor nutiiuig out impuacncei ioin- "'"" "'. "."u'f"" luuinram,
otrranumniytiavcauopieuarute not . ike ft emBn about it-nothing like a T". S??uX '," to i'"' ormng. On
cense more t lan one retai let in n town: hut . . ... . ..... . .the SSil. a uetncliineiit of 27 vol un loci s were
v. frniiiiiMnnii. Kir 11 t 'it iwti 'iw ttw . . . ...
Aiakitwoiild be better lonfme the sale r f , , " L i , bCfJl lJ sc?lc 1 lhf,n ?V.U.on l.n,,r wa' 8IX,
. - UarUnn ir Polk. I M a CrnckCil his COeoanut mi frnm Vn usin. tuw f. U with n nnrti- f
. - -. - - - I. w., m, I II.a 1 i I.I... Al'l I.. ' nlt.nl 1 i: In.l.nl.n n.ltin . (I..ut n.inl.t
le purpose of nxeomrnodatintf travellers Mnhl0 calmfriht Mr Pok a'd 4 ' lured, but the commander .of the volunteers or-
sec nu oner ivav civ tvn ci tne mini ur nl .... . . ... . . . - iiorisi inn men in trinni-n ilutrrni-.iliil rt-iioni
."loirrc a damtrd tyrant, sir! anu voumnv, "
' J " pocket tho allrontil you like V - WOwrby tlio j '""J wr"' nriivcu at onvannaii on
rtfflHi" nhrniiiii iTM.f f.oM lfAi...'iH . 1VUIU III J 11 J. tlUlltV 1 U U hllULhCU IMS tlllltm , - -
iiy.uiiiiicy uLfV titoitus JIUJIMHt, . if ,
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bias kiimni nparinrr iiiw nnmn rma tipn mi. . c?.. i.. i. i
.l 1.1 I Ifltf Mtr I'ntl muct nbniMii.i.liiA n lri.1.1 !
iier, unucr me supermicu-i j
In this establish- 80,110 truths, although they might have been
tt i i
.t1i.nM.n !. . . t .t nvttri.iijt.1 fmrttnn.1 tuillt Irwi n.ttti Dnt'n.tf i.
"'t"'a'Mjiuii oii;u is )UI5Ut;u, lilt; 1 I 1 '
9 r -b'Ml" vw'u" iium niu iiit'iii.jfi:iii.i
...ft P.. .7 I ... .1 - .
DSt. I IfV nl lhi Inl rm-.... nt T. I . I..I.
iiiiiiiiiui i tj. j... if, ,i 1II.IIL
- r-".v. uiu ,U3 iiiiii.iijii. iiiriiii-ri
-.luirac. iiir ii. was in lien rte In itnlei .
- muui 5u as to prevent ms walKitiL'
tlM hnnqft In fl... l..n.n.... .l:.. ..
I m I IP. in tun n. A ... .1
. - "iniiiiNii. iniur koiiic turo
any thing but Sjiririgt like. On Wednesday I
we were visited with a snow ttorm,and though
much of the tmow melted on reaching the
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uniiiiii tiui ill I nil I L nl iiw iiiiw ii . . . ..... . .
I I i.nrfli llinr. u'nu n ilAnfl. ..I lull wttr titl.i.a r.
man can speak trutH in such n sassy way. I . . ., - . . .
,,,, . , , ., . ,..,.,,.. i maimng on the following morning. Much ot
Hire is the real gentleman in THUTII I Yes,1., ,, . .1 rn
. ., , ., , . ., , the old snow yet remains in the fields, and in
sir, the real gentleman; bn 1 there : wm no gen- ha wwJs u tQ ,wl d
tlemau about that speech or Mr ise. Aye, 1
and I see by the papew he's at his old tricks The Jlmerican Jounial of Scientific 4- Use-
ogain. I'otneruay tney nao n scrape with ful Knowledge. Tins is a Monthly periodical,
two fellers by the name of Graham and New- on the plan of the American Magazine. It is
land from North Carolina about which should , publUhird at Albany by Thomas McKco Jr. &
Saturday. Now they have been jawing and The second number, the only one wo hnvc been,
clawing nbout the business ever since Congress ( contains about forty distinct articles and twen
began last December; but they never come to ty four engravings. We commend the work
clapper-clawing till the Saturday aforesaid. ' to tho attention of 11II juvenile renders who are
There was one grave feller by the namo of disposed to stoic their minds with " scientific
Grnves from old Kentuck, os sovage ns a meat and useful knowledge."
nviii In. itmiM ivtitri I114 Wftfrlit in wilil rnfti ' 1 -
it is termed "a cnnrai." nCm..,!:,.:,... I, ..,., 1 have a seat in Conirress. Well this was on Co. nl S2 imr nnnnm. tiavnbte in advance.
. ...v..ltllt.. Hi. t. IH " , l
llf.. tl.A. I t . t ' - - . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .
. me .irain ikix lor the nurtiosc ol beinu
to V V Ci ... ....
it ii a nusinKc to sup-
Mnflf IhA Inf. TI..1 . in t n
nuuiTt ten me 01 Vermont.
wyjency in setting fire to the Treasury
f at w .. ... . .
"""kiwi, aim inai it wi annear
SpfU ..!l . .
v cwnnicc wncn the tr a of t he nccu-
Mri.1,.1 i ..... .
I 'm.!.-. l,ci us wait and see.
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jaoanTf imkmgn nl
. h n. ..J -I. ..
, "..Hum me seen oi a gigan
m of cabbasc, called the ' Wni,..lm on.
an ..i i .. . ...
" -agc," oi winch he savs that
i seep one hundred sheep a day, or ten
""" inuner mnn9fritnii.it i T .., .......
. t '..-.... . .it -w uiun
Cini tn I....I... e .... i . ... . "
- ...cue icci inrji, g. ,roaa enouc h
- - niircu ianuiy ! Their value to
: r'.a U1C wcstn Prairies would con-
. wut,us revenue has increased, is in-
U1QI7. linti ..s4 t .i
.r' I,UD1IC moneys in the Deposite Bnnks
w returns to the flri r i i. i..i :
ihousand dolIars.iWi. Intel.
Well, he rrot the floor and liemin to sneak: but . Vermont, Jiaarcttcs cnaiyxnoriuuoni.ny
i i .i . i llev. Jcdedinli llurchnril: Willi an Appendix,
it turned out that he had nothing to say; so., Ilie nccount rir0cee.li..gs during
when ho got ngm a slump, he'd pick up a pa- protracted meeting, held under bin direction,
per ns if ho had notes then he would blow in lintlington, Wilhston and Htnesbiirg, ( Vt.)
u. l ...l l... l.-.l :.. .H..il... I l....nilti.p lH.Ti nflil .Intiitnrtr. l.SMIi. .liv I ..
lime and get the business over to another week. ; Dickinson of this village, and at the Uookstore.
Mind ye this was on Saturday evening. Well Tio North Kver h opcn , Abn nn(1 nn.
they kept speechifying and calling Tor the yeas; vigntj0Il commenced.
and nays tillour o'clock on Sunday morning! j Tll0 miKa of Denw.nre have nominated
before the house adjourned. Well before this, llrris0n and Grnnger for President and Vice
fins Mr Wise let oil tho steam in his usual President,
way impudence. Then up jumps a Mr Hy- The Senate of Massachusetts has instructed
as if he had notes then he would blow in lintlington, Wilhston and Jltnesbiire
iy agin; and when he had run agin another . December, 1335, and Jnnunry, 133G.
t, he'd pick up Ilia paper, and so on for i G- Eautmon. Pl 20.
If hours on the stretch, on purpose to kiil Tho above wotk is for sale by Mr
' 1 . . I r-tr.l . l".l.!. ..Ill ....I .i .1... II,,,
num and called Mr Wise to order, and deelar- a uornmitiee to rcKri a mil o ibkc. away t. o
ed, that ..though the gentleman feai
is n bully, he shan't bully me!" Mr w ' ,,,!,,mmt. ii.. Wn iciccicd br tlie Stniiii. '
mic enn airrnt nn il.o TT eiina
. . ranxiort. Kin n .,:.
Islr.n .... n unioi littli IIH.UU
"Wn OUt Of tin rf.M.1.1. ..!! 1 li.l .
. ""l"l'rea Irom Burrrnvnn nl Snmlnirn
"ranerea tn th iwi!.i..". u..m ".t..
"rrison nt i H. ti , 1...
"S'tsa tn !!..,. 1st .. ' I--" -v
liimi nf v.i.. it.1 ; 11
nuretu . N. H n r...i.. .i.n.i i.. V.7. Ix. "
nr. .i - . uiuii uuininou cuiiurcu oi
."Hon Atli n.4:MM l I.... 1
vuiiiHB am 1 til rt a
Wfcm B, i r .;', ea,tii. Torres, oj
in.. ' w'"u is exm titinrr in Montren .
innn . .1 , . . .'
Height k 1 P r W.C,B"8 yu, pounus.
!fwi 011 . v m iiicucs, anu it meas
et 8 '"ches m circumference.
t. " ua UOn. a VPTlflnr nrMnrr enn'o nUa
.-'ULMMPP U . . . . a.
' verdict i; .i"T .A-.' JUV V.uv," ,u"Vm
.. 1 Uantnln M..I I . ? 1
Hit niti. ' T . ""'-"cu.ic wus occoaioueu
i-", auministered by Salmon.
1 d-iuii una .1 1.1 0 T
aini it.. . vummnigBu oeiwcen onrinc-
v York, urd and between "Hartford and
....A. 1 lI 1 ..II.- ll .
jumped to his leet ana excia.mcii, -i ouuy too ( Ff p KoWngon ha9 bccn committed to
gentleman t i snouui as soon mum m uu,,y,uS , nritlcwcll in New York, charged with the mur
n fly I" '.Scoundrel!" exclaimed Mr Uynum. ,er of Kllen Jewett, in n house of ill-fame.
"You're adamn'd rascal and nu impudent pup-. She was found in bed with her head shockin
pv! said Mr Wise-ami each sprung from his Jy mangled and the bed on fire. Kobinwii u
' , ., ,., . t 11 1 1 t 1 but 19 years of age, of good address, and Inth-
scat at tho other like two bull-dogs-whilc lo'of fa, The circumstances are
twenty members rushed between them to pre- saia t0 he very Htrong ngainst him.
vent a disgraceful combat in the house. Yes, T,m hJ u ro((j of waRes jn Ncw York (says
sir, and nil thii on the Sabbath! A pretty hu- ,1(J jounm 0f Commerce) is bringing great
sincss this. Eight dollars a day I O glorious . numbers of mechanics into the city. Several
times I Jehu and Jehosaphatl I Wish they
would let us farmers make one law it should
bo this, that no-public speakers (ministers ex
cepted) should speak more than fftrec hours at
one lime on one subject, unless they bad some
thing to say! But I seo my team has "gone
ahead" good bye, sir.
The veteran literateur, Dunlap, hns just put
to press n new work called the Memoirs of a
Water Drinker,' in which the cause of tempe
rance is Baid to be advocated with singular abi
lity nnd success. Noah.
Willis is expected home, and Fay talks of
going abroad again in the course of May next.
A new work may soon be expected from the
pen of the latter gentleman, whose " Norman
Leslio" hns already run through four American
and two English editions. lb.
Miss Martineau having finished her book of
travels in this country, win return to ung.ianu
I in June nezt.
companies of masons have arrived there from
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unuaua aim urcnt uiuuin, mm uuicm iu ex
pected. Shocking Jlccident. The Cylinder Mill be
longing totho Powder Works near Spotswood
N. J. wero blown up last week, nnd ono man,
Mr Harrison Ware from Vermont, killed: he
was blown a distance of 400 yards, his body
torn into several pieces nnd its mutilated frag
ments scattered in every direction.
On the 10th inst. a son of Mr. John Ilice of
Jamaica, r.gcd 15 years, was drowned and his
bodv cannot be found; it is sunnoHcd that it
may have gone into the Connecticut lliver.
Tina is to reouest all tho Printers in that di-
icction to do the alllicted family tho favor of
inserting this notice m their several papers, so
that the parents may bo notified in caso tho
body of their lost son should be found.
In behalf of tho afilicted parents,
Jamaica, Vt. April 19, 1850. .
LATEST rnOM TEXAS. I
The Fall oi IScxnr. The nv-'
vison pat to Bcnih!! j
Cols. Crockett and Howie killed !
I he Louisiana Advcrtincr of the 28th of
ninrch, contains nn necount of the fall ol'lliel
lort or Bexar, nd the entire slaughter of the
garrison. I'lie news was rcceivcif by passen
gers on board iho Cnmanche fiom Hrozo river,
i Lr-nr sct',"s 10 ln conducted on the part of
Ine Mexicans With all the sanguinary, ferociott.
and hlooiMhirsty spirit which characterize the
barbarous Seminolcs and their conduct in te
lalion to this affair will excite the Indignation
ol all our countrymen. It will bo seen that
Col. iJowlc was basely mancrejl iu his sick
bed and Col. Crockett died fighting like u
n i mac tlic following extract :
On i he 2ath of February, the Tcxian garri
son m Dcxar of 150 men only, commanded by
Lieut. Col. W. H. Travi?, was attacked by tht
adranced division of Snnla Anna's nnny or
about 2000 men, when the enemy were repuls
ed with the loss of many killed and wounded,
varriiusly estimated from 450 to GOO, without
the loss of a man of the garrion.
Hctwcen the 25th of Feb. nnd the 2d of
March, the Mexicans were employed iu form
ing entrenchments around the Alamo, and
bombarding the place. On the 2d of March,
Col. I ravts wrote that 200 shells had been
thrown into the A lamo, without injuring a man.
On the 1st of March, 32 men from Gonzales
made their entrance through Iho enemy's lines,
and reached the Alamo making the whole
itumusr in the garrison. IbZ.
On the Glh ofMaruli, about midnight, the
Ahimo was assaulted by tlie entire force of Iho
Mexican army, commanded by Santa Anna in
person. The Mexicans fought desperately un
til daylight, when seven only of the garrison
were found alive. We regret to say, that Co).
David Crockett nnd his companion, Mr. Ben
ton, nlso the gallant Col. Henham of South
Carolina, were of the number who cried for
quarter, but were told there was no mercy for
them. They then continued lighting until the
whole were butchered. One woman, (Mrs.
Dickinson,) and a wounded servant of Col.
Travij. were the only persons in the Alamo
whoe lire were spared. General Uowie was
murdered in his bed, sick and helpless. Gen.
Cos, on entering the fort, ordered Col. Travis'
servant to point out to him the body of his mas
ter j he did so, when Cos drew Ins swotd and
mangled his face and limbs with the malignant
feeling of a savage.
The bodies of the slain wen-thrown into a
heap in the centre of the Alamo and burned.
On Gen. Howie's body being brought out, Gen.
Cos said that he was too brave annni to In
humed like a dog; and then added, with great
sang-froid never mind, throw him in. The
loss of the Mexicans in storming the place was
estimated at not less than 1000 killed and mor
tally wounded, and as many more disabled,
making with their loss in the first assault be
tween 2000 and 3000 killed and wounded. It
is worthy of remark that the Hag of Santa An
na's army nt Hcxar, was a blood-red one, in
place of the old constitutional (ri-eolored Hag.
Immediately nfler the capture of the place,
Ocn. Saula Anna sent Mrs. Dickinson nnd Col.
Travis' servant to General Houston's camp, ac
companied by a Mexican with a Hag, who was
bearer of a note from Santa Anna, olTcring the
Texinns peace and general amnesty, if they
would lay down their arms nnd submit to his
government. Gen. Houston's reply was,
"True, sir, you have succeeded in killing some
of our brave men, hut the Texiansare not vet
whipped." Tho tirecl of the full of Beiar
throughout Texas, was electric. Every man
who could use a rifle, nnd was in a condition
lo Jake tlie 6cld, inarched forthwith to the
scene of war. It was believed that not less
than -1000 rillemcn were on their way to the
army when the Camanchc sailed, to wreak
their vengeance on the Mexicans, and deter
mined tog-ant no quarter.
General Houston had burnt Gonzales, and
fallen bark on the Colorado with about one
Colonel Fannin was in the fort at Goliad, a
very strong position well supplied with muni
tionsnnd provisions and from four hundred lo
five hundred men.
The Concord (N. II.) Courier states that
two men hitherto of good standing in a neigh
boring town, were last week, by permission of
the Governor, arrested and taken to Salem.
Mass. to be tried on the charge of having suld
the meat of a sick ox in that town some two or
three years ago. It was packed with a quantity
making some two hundred barrels, none of
which hns since been sold ; the owners having
been informed of the condition of the ox, and
being unable to select the barrels in which the
infected meat had beeu packed. The connec
tions of the accused individuals are said to be
highly respectable. lloston Allan.
innn wnVf- tfd v MuSlill & LaCC Goods.
,Vl,rtpmgnn, ol tJerlm. found dea
pliice'Wuly on lln.t iiioining, with inrul.s ol
jioleneu upon Ii int. The main fuels (,U
improper to bo mentioned beforo the trial)
ore, that nn nfTrny took plnce on Saturday
nght between ono Morrisee nnd Corrigun,
in which blows wuru inflicted with a club or
slick upon the latter. Corrigan -died in n
few hours. Morrisee w,ns missing on Sun
day morning, hut wns tipprelientk-il in the
course of the day, nnd secured in jail. On
Mondny ho wns examined before Justice
Ware, nnd re coin milled lo nwtiit his trinl at
the next term of Iho County Court, commen
cing this dny.
Tho parties in this tragical nflray were
both under the mnddenintr influence of Rum.
How can those engaged in the hellish bust
ness of selling this poison acquit themselves
ofguilt nnd shume, when they reflecTTTpon
the events of tho Inst ten days I Three vic
tims of tho bottle within ns mr.ny miles of
us, hurtled into their graves in quick suc
cession t is mere to he no end to this bust'
liess of blood nnd death 1 Who would heal
late to speak out if the same calamities had
been brought to pass by nny other human
ngeticy? Who doubts that Rvsr has been
tho grand cause of the crime nnd premature
deaths to which we have referral 7 What
hut infatuation, then, can screen the sellers
of tho article from iiidiirnnnt renrelictision 1
It is rain to expect thin the manufacturers
of widows nnd orphnns will desist from their
work, while the friends ot tcniperunce look
on with n morbid complacency. Things
must bo cnllcd by their right nnd proper
nnmes. The tniffic must be pronounced
and treated ns infamous. If conscience nnd
humanity have been vninlv invoked. let the
power of shume be roused. Hobeil Tcnioh
could not endure life with the prospect of
uetug uetecteu nntt exposed in tho guilt til
Irnud. How much better is it lo manufac
ture, murderers nnd piupers, widows nnd
orphnns? How much belter, to send squa
lid poverty and want nnd wo to the family
fire-side I Let crimes be mensun-d by their
legitimnlc results to society, nnd treated ac
cordingly ; that is ull wo' ask. Vt. Slate
W. & S.PHIPPS & CO.
HO. 7T KUDY STREET, BOSTON,
yA CASES Lace and Muslin Goods, Lin
v ens, &e comprising a vcrV extensive
assortment of white Goods, viz.
Muslin ami JLinen Goods.
Cases wrought and tarrtbour'd Muslin Capes,
ivoimrs, if isnerctis, and i'elennes ;
do, do, Lnce do. do, ;
wrought and loom se.wed Cambric In
serting and Edgings;
4- 4 and G-4 Jaconet, Cambric, Nansook,
and Mull Muslins ;
ParUAgjjj'.and Swiss Muslins;
BisfcMjMtl Long Lawns j
LitJpnbricIIdkfs,j Linen Cambric;
IirinllH Linen Cambric &. L.C.IIdkfi.
Jaconet Cravats; Bird's Eye Diaper;
Fine nnd extra super Linens;
5- 4 to 10-4 Damask Table Cloths, whito
and brown ;
Linen Damask Napkins;
Plain Lace, Satin fig'd, large and small
check'd Cambrics ;
Jubilee and Hair Cord Cambrics;
4-4 to 04 British and Swiss Cambrics;
"While and black double and sirtglu
Crown Linings; Curtain Fringes,;
Thread Edgings and Inserting ,
Gimp Thread do;
Tatting Edgings; Dutch Laces;
4-1 to (5-4 liobbinet Luces ;
Black Bnkbinetl Lace;
Black Lace Veils ;
4-4 fig'd Blonde and Bobbinet Lace;
Bobbinet nnd Blonde Quillings;
Grecian Nets and Quillings;
Wotsted, Silk, and Thread Blonde'
also ron sAlr,
Rritish, French Sc. American
Consisting of Prints, Ginghams, Sheetings,
Shirtings, Cloths, Cassimtres, Satinets, Sum
mer Stull's, Silks, Bombazines, Merino Sliqtyls,
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves, &c. &c.
Boston, March 30. 1S30. GwisSO
A good Two Hottsr. WAGGON, the body
hung on thorough-braces in prime order,
with Harness. Inquire of
April 11. T. P. LOCKE.
THE Copartnership heretofore existing un
der the firm of FOSTER 4- CHASE, is
this day dissolved my mutual consent.
Whitingham, March 4, 1830. 32
ALL persons having unsettled accounts are
invited to cull and make a settlement.
Those of two years' standing, demand imme
STEPHEN GKEENLEAF, 2d.
Brattlcboro Centre, April 11, 1836. 32
THE Copartnership heretofore existing be
tween John S. Gregory ond Johu V.
Frost, under the firm of Gregory it Frost, was
dissolved oil the 1st inst, by mutual consent.
JOHN S. GUEGOUY,
JUlliN W. I'KUBl,
AVest Brattlcboro, April, 1830.
sold nt Public Vendue 10 the
hichest bidder, at the Inn of Luther
Allyn, in Dummciston, on SATURDAY, the
ICth inst. 1 pr 3 year old Steers, 1 pr 2 yecr
old Steers, 3 Yearlings, 3 Cows, 1 one horse
Waggon and Harness, 1 yearling Colt, and a
variety of Household Furniture. Sale positive.
April 7. LUTHER ALLYN, AuctV.
A Farm for Sale.
JJ All Notes and Accounts due lo and
from Gregory & Froft, will be settled by the
subscriber. Juin W. Fnosr.
tCjT The subscriber offers for sale
his Farm, containing 130 acres of
land, situated in the southeast part
of Guilford & near the Slice Road
leading from Brattlcboro to Greenfield more
than usually well wooded cither for quantity,
quality or situation. Said Farm is well appor
tioned lo pasture, mowing atid tillage, ond is
under a good state-of cultivation. The build
ings consist of a well finished house, barn and
other out buildings, mostly new and in good
condition. Water is brought to the barn by'
an aqueduct, and may easily be conyoyedto,
the house a good well of never failing Water,
in the house a good and convenient sugaf or
chard, and an orchard of choice fruit on the
premises. For further particulars enauirc of
30 1 the subscriber, on the promises.
JUlitt W. UAAJUUUK.
Guilford, April 0, 1830. " 31
npHE subscribers on the 1st inst. entered
JL into copartnership under the firm of John
IV. Frost Co.
JOHN W. FROST,
R OS WELL GOODENOUGH.
W. Brattlcboro, April, 1830.
A TEAM, consisting of six horses, wagon,
sled and harness, that has a good run of
business. The horses belonging to said team
are in good order, wagon and sled nearly new,
and haulers in good repair.
Also 400 bushels ol Corn and 1200 bushels
of Oats. Also, 50 cwt. first rate Cheese.
SMITH & JACOBS.
Guilford, April 2d, 1830. 4v3l
CABINET OF FREEDO.il.
Monday, April 11. Nothing extraordinary
wns offered for sale 300 beef cattle were offer
ed, 37 pairs working cattle, 300 swine, about
20 cows, n few heifers, but no sheep,
PmcES. Ueef, lowest, 5 3-4, and from that
to 7 1-0 per hundred. Swine fiom 7 to 10c.
In the forenoon sales were dull purchasers
said consumers would not sustain them. In the
afternoon sales were brisk, and few remained
unsold, Iloston Times.
NEW ST ,0' U B .
JOIIJV Jfr. FROST $ CO.
AVE removed from the store lately occu
pied" by iiiesory & l-rost, a lew rods t ..11 ..i,D ,. ,i.,i, nw t;m. u m,,.. 1..
. . 11. ...i iif i l . . . . - . ' " .
west to tne corner 01 oicwarrs tiuiiiiing, wnerc turns 1n.11 ms clmi-ncter nnd cunri.iiiciirr or American
tliey oirer for sLe a new and extensive assott- ' cry, the plum propped fur in removal, nnd tho
ment bf inllucnrc nf ilWc il.iu mi llio union am profprrity of
I nil; ilium!, me Hi ueciiiui' iiiiir 111 gcurrtt,! Mild mwuril-
i SI inli'rol. It it nnliirnl nml proper tlmt lln; ciliien
uf u fice cunntrv nhoiild rnrrfiitlv intrfliintr llic nnliim
I ..e 1 r...i. ...:.... j :i.. "ir.. .1... 1 1
, . .,, , , , e . . 1 1 11 "uhiiium nn .-ecu nt iim-ning ,,u- iiiurui null
1 men. 111 oe boiu iuw mr c.isu ui muni kiiiu ( ,,i,icaI t ihrmielic nnd llieir poierily, nml
I of Produce. April 11. !ioulil nnximi.ly inqniic lml conduct rrfpcrling il m
milium uy uuiy huh iriiucnrc. t.ii us.iim 1141, iiceil
X7IIiIjIST02T Ce. TYLER. I excited nnd will nut nml emmut Ivo mippreoed. In tlio
H.,Ir. ., . . . , t . i. r focinl cilclct nnd in tlic crowded aeiuljlv, in tlic nul-
A VE this weeK received a fresh stock of ,,it. ..ml imiie tcgM.unn l.nll, ,Urerv i.tlie il.em. of
Dritas, MedH'ines. Paints, and Hard , r,cen ..nil crnc-l immir : nml ll.'e nrrn it nourinir
II arc. Oil hand, forth in inuhitudinuut puUi.atioiit on llio tunic dio-
Dry Gooilis, Groceries, Crock-
cry nnu saaru w are ;
In Vernon, on Mondnv last, hv the Rev. A
Drown of this place, Mr Henry Seymour of
Kecnc, in. 11. to Ansa l.ovum Hunt, daughter
of the late Arad Hunt, Es, of Vernon.
'In this villnge, 11th inst. by Ue v. C. Wnlk
cr,"ftlr Jolin Kingslev to Mis Hannah Rusel,
both of this town. The editors acknowledge
the receipt of a gnodly slice of wedding cuke;
and while testing its condiments and speculat
ing upon tho sweets of wedded life, they must
be allowed to express their regret that the par
ties to the above concern hnvo determined to
quit their nativo New England hills to swell
the title of emigration which is rolling west
ward. At Whitingham, on tho 3d instnnt, by Rev.
C. Hurklin, Mr William E. I'nrk of Woodford
to Miss Celinda Cook of the former place.
Linseed Oil, by barrel or gallon :
White-wash nnd Paint Brushes, and every
article needed by rninters. April 11.
Tlie n.litcriljcr flatten, liimtclf ll.at by collecting In
a eliexp hut ne;il fuim, the moil utlualde und innrlic-
I I tne workt rclHlmg In llio cieut tuuject llwt . now
,.T. , .... . , I ittjitalinij llio wl.ule eminlrv, no will nul only gratify
Doors, IlldOW lllindS nnU , ,)ri.,Bi1R hirM fur liilurmatiun, butlQ pif.niuiti
the entire nf 11 nth niul jiiflicc.
The Cabinet will ruuiprhio bold original nnd select
ed ..itirltn, erolirnring, anmng oilier lopira, llie l.ittory
of lliti legal ulHiliiliin of llio African tljicliude llm
liiilory nnd coneitit'nre of e.nni.clpation in I he llrilisl)
Went IoUiii Il.i..il llio pnit and present ttnte bfSu
I)oiningiidiiiCi.fti.ionr. on tlie Jaw f.dncf of tlaverv
llio urinal condition of lite timet In Iho United Htaict,
Sash, of various sizes
April 11. HALL & TOWNSLEY.
WE the subicriliers being npnolniert by the
Hon. the Probate Court tor the District
In thin villnge, on Snturdny morning last,
Miss Phila Cutler, dnughtet of the late Mr Jo
nas Cutler, nged 24. Also, on tho snme dny,
Mrs. Cathnrino, wife of Mr Chester Pomeroy,
nged 08 years.
In this town, on Saturday last, Lucy W.
wife of Gen. Jonathan Smith, nged 03.
In Dttmmerston, on Saturday Inst, Samuel
Wellington, an invalid pensioner, ng. about 77.
In Cill, Ms. Cth inst. Mr Joseph Atherton,
aged 78. Iu Whntely, Den. John White, 74.
In Boston, Thomas Minns, ng. 62, for many
years editor of tho New England Pnllndium
Also, Capt. Benjamin Dana, u veteran of tho
revolutioiif aged 81.
In New Uraintree, Miss Martha Knight, 76.
In Mlllbury, 25th ult. Mary Wait, relict of
Joshua Wait, aged 85. In Sutton, Uen.inmm
Hugar, a revolutionary pensioner, nged 77.
In Pembroke, Samuel Abbott, a soldier of
the revolution, 8C In Keene, Nathan Whee
ler, a revolutionary pensioner, aged 79, .
oi Mnriuoro, commissioners it. receive, nam-' nli Bn examination of ,I,B ,rio , ,..,.de.uf eniancipat
ine and adjust all the claims and demands of j Micm wllich i,nvc t.cn recommended.
nil persons against the estate ol
NO Ail PERRY,
late of Vernon in said District, deceased, rep
resented insolvent, and also all claims and de
mands exhibited in nfl'sel thereto; and six
months from the 21th dny ol February, A, 11.
1830. lieinc allowed by snid Court for that
nurnoso: We do hereby aive notice that we
will attend to the business of our snid appoint
ment, nt the Inn orMnrshnll Whiiheil in Ver
non, on the first Wednesday of June anil third
Wednesday of August next, from one to six
o'clock I'. jl. on each ol said days.
ELIJAH STEBB1NS, )
JOHN STEBBINS, Comm'rs.
MARSHALL WHITHED, )
Vernon, April 11, 18313. 32
DANA HYDE STEVENS, M. D.
HAVING located himself at the centre
village in Guilford, will punctually at
tend to nil calls in his profession.
Guilford, April 6th, 1830. 31
NEW milch Cow for sale by
Ap.,7. J. Ci HQLDROOK.
1 ho relcrlions will bum tiniu lo tune be made by
gentlemen ulinno nainrs nill bo gitto to the public,
nnd who will bo rerponaible for the general character
of tho hi iKIei, but not fur all the oplniuoi and asser
tion! thry may contain.
A" the Caliinet of Fretdom will be devoted to tub.
jcrti. connected with tUtcry, lit namo may be thought
tiiigutntly inappropriate Iu ill eoulcntt. Tho incun
giuil), lionet cr, it only npnarenl, tince the tubtcriber
irimlH that thu Cabinet will exert an Influence favora
ble to tho cauto of immediate and unitcrtal emancipa
tion. Tho Cabinet will appear regularly every two weeks,
commencing iu Murcli, 1830, Each nuinfier will eon
luin 43 pnget duodecimo, and will lie told in muuhert,
if re(ulred,nt 6 l- l ccnlt, except when illutlrated wllb
engiiivingn, the price of tuch nuinbert will be incieattd
nceording tn tho cxpente uf the engraving.
Terms two dollars per annum, pajnble in adianre.
Tho Hon. Vm. Jay, Mbt. I'rof. Hu.h, of tio New
York UuUortitv, nnd Gerril Smith, Etq. ti.ua coij.
tented to telect the artlels for llio firtl four vnluuifs or
Iho Cabinet. All communications for iho, Cabinet of
I'lecdom, to be uddretted lo
JOHN S. TAYLOR,
ltoolitelter, New York.
ASH for Notes. .. J, PHELPS.
Braltlebero, April 7, 1830. -
TII E members of the Bratlleboro High
School Association will hold an adjourn
ed meeting at their School House. Thursday.
21st inst. at 7 o'clock P. M. for the choice xif
officers, ond to see if they will sell, rent, or
oincrwise uispose oi inetr ocnooi iiousc.
April Cth, 1836.
J. L. piCKERMAN, Secv;