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.i. r.nner V Enquirer.
Tho release of Santa Anna ha.
-Tl,t .,, on nt New Or-
iilwl"L.B i ui sixty pnsscn-
k?V a the Scfir. Texas,
M,er, nnnnctcd in one way
Kh I he Tan Cabinet, and
t''T. ,l,nttl.B people in Tex-
Lire C3" "I-.! .I.-
. t i i.i inn iili iiuh -
r The general opinion of the
I kt Houston no longer icum.g
the hordes of Mexicans who
an. "r ;Mf1i! that republic.
once W c'" ,,.. ..;
l . rp I .lan... ' . .
On tho same day that Louis I3onnparlc Pay Day. The first day of January,
tnudo his nbortive attempt upon tho garrison which Is near at hand, is considered as n
at Strasburg, another eflort nl a mutiny was! funeral nav aIuv. and it would bo well if it
uiuuu ui iiiuuiiii-, uy u curnurni nnu awcn
... .. r .1 -wi i i .
iy privates, oi mo jjuko oi urieans
....... tn 0 10
Wasliincton, ns he
that ho might probably
.'cJ nromises to acknowledge
Texas; and unit n ne
would bo gatneu uy
H". '.Li i.int Santa Anna is still
,&nt of the Mexican republic;
I inaritv-heing Tree he might
M ,l " ...I ill nrittitinrr dim-
tio put . P,.iii,!(s. ad after-
; Kio ni'.'ti rnnntrt
j-, sanction to it of tho Mexierm
mines." v.. fp
inland uener.u v,.B.-o.
,1 that are unacquainted with the
irs in Mexico. rePly-"tho Mex
nnnenl would never acknowledge
n-.-ecmont, out in my numon.-....-
llsaS"" . .1 .1.-. rn..,l
l.nrne in imtiu "'"i
at present the destinies of the
3 1 . .1... r.. nf Knnln
ja nation, is m l'u,,v .
.nd has been nt an nmra .i .
to tbt the Vice President, Ujrro,
;wc(i hy Santa Anna, as well as
if the Ministers, the majority or tho
, ti .,nd mnst flf thl CIVll
HUM V.0H8I --:
tjiv superior omcers oi mu ivi.uu-
l knallv, ill!" there is at present no
asa popular as Santa Anna to till the
, of chief magistrate. But even sup-
.that Torncl should ueseri ins pro
,l master, and that n crusade should
i ti Annn vllrrt is lilt
JM J5.UII-1 -
mi moral force of the present nd-
m m n-sist his claims? I can as-
1.1.H.V". t .,
. . . ..w.in nl I nm.
njjtiiai nis iiwiu ojiJvujaiK.. v.....
rt ...... nlli.ir . i . ! t . t
tera ltuz, or uuj uiut
inent of htizzars supposed to havobcen-a
ramification of the plot at Strnsburg. It
failed utterly., and tho movers wero arrested.
These events excited somo uneasiness nt Pa
ris, whe-ro they were looked upon ns evi
dence of mischief existing to a considerable
extent nmong tho soldiery.
A letter from Paris, in tho London Times,
dated Nov. 7, announces the presence in that
city of tho Duchesso do St. Leu, mothpr of
Louis upnapartc nnd Hint she had had
some interviews with Count .Mole no doubt
respecting me imprisonment nnu lute ot her
Ono of the Paris Journals alleges that se
rious nnd warm disputes have taken place
hutweun the Duchesso dc Bcrri nnd the
family of Chnrles X., the Duchesso com
plaining of being kept at a distance, nnd
not allowed to see her son. She has nn
pealed, it is said, to the Emperor of Austria,
as a mediator.
Spain. Tho intelligence from Spain, com
ingdown to tho 1st of Nov.frotn Madrid, nnd
to tho 3d from Bilboa, is more unfavorable
to the Queen's cause than any we have re
ceived for months. The Carlist General
Gomez, instead of being defeated nnd com
pelled to fly, was at the head of an increas
ed force, nnd continuing his triumphant
marclHhrongh tho kingdom, unchecked by
nny of the Queen's generals. lie possessed
himself of the towns of Almaden, in La
Manch, famous, for its mines of quick
silver, on the 2 tth of October, although
it wns stoutly defended by n garrison of
nearly 12000. Some accounts say that Go
mez destroyed the works at the mines; and
if this is true, it is a heavy blow to the Gov
ernment, which derives a largo revenue
from their products. The news was receiv
ed at iMndiid on the 30lh, and produced
were deemed a universal pay-day. Every
correct -business man calculates to balunoo
all his accounts, by cash or note, ol this
time, nnd see how ho stands with tho world.
It is nn excellent practice, but there nro
ninny who do not follow it-; especially in
regnru to their small debts, i hey think
these of trifling consequence, and thev let
them run on. But what is the ellect: Does
it not withhold from others tho nbility to dis
charge their large obligations? For in-!
stance, take a mechanic, tho shoc-innkcr, if
you please. lie has from 00 to COO ac
counts, averaging from fit) cents to 8l AO.
These, taken individually, nro of small a
mount, but collectively, they make n largo
sum. In the hands of tho numerous debt
ors, they are comparatively of trilling value,
but urn what the creditor depends upon to
pay his largo demands. Tho further opera
tion of his negligence is, to compel the cred
itor, under consideration, to givu his notes
on interest for his merchants' bills, and dues
for stock purchased, and to draw on the in
come of the iivw year to meet the obliga
tions ot tho past year. 1 hus it keeps linn,
in common parlance, "behind hand ;" while,
if nil his little debts wero punctually paid
in, lie would bo nblo to meet ins demands
promptly. Tho same is truo in regard to
tho merchant, and, indeed, in regard to all
of the credit system ; though
For tlio I'licrnii.
Ohor it lujjc n ionic nut wlMcrnc.'"
Mr EbiTojt I wish to s.iy n. word
through ttie medium of your papnr, to those
persons who nllow their dogs to nccompnny
them to church. I hnvo been to much nn
noyed, of 'fate, hy these caninu intruders on
the solemnity of public worship, that 1 have
almost wished tho whole race wero exter
minated. Where somo half n dozen dogs
make their appearance in a religious assem
bly, ns is frequently the case in somo of our
country, totyns, tliey attract tho attention of
the wllblb congregation the speaker is per
plexed nnd tho house of God is made the
thentro of noise and confusion. Now ought
these things to be? tolerated 1 Ought we not
to enact somo law' to prevent religiouaasscm
blics being disturbed in this way?
I presume none will pretend that their
dogs have jou., eithcrto save or to lose; nnd
therefore I can see no reuson why they ought
to attend church. Were a foreigner, not uti
dcrstanding our language, and unacquainted
with our religious belief, to attend church in
some of our towns in this region, he would
be led lo suppose that dogs were the most
important personngoo in attendance; cer
tninly they are the most actite. Now I put
IVcw nnd Important Work.
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li n. Principal ol the I ellcnberg Acatiemy.
'That this work is exceedingly well adapted
for the u?e of common Schools, wc are fully
convinced nfter a careful and thorough exam
ination. J' ranhltn Mercury at uccember lit).
. I ! , 11. T. .,..! I
ii is in uc accompanied uy n ivev, uesiuneu
for Teachers, which is now In l'rcss, and will
shorllv be published.
ItTiic above work may also tc uau nt tne
Bookstore of J. Brcntf, Urattleboro.
December Hi. 4W17
First West Itivcr Bridge.
A LL ncisons wishing to purcliasu TICK
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who mnUe use
.1... .... ...I.
WJV UUCI illlllll I11UIU uiiuii iiiuaii miu . , , . ,
. III,. nilnslimi in m-iiri. ..o ... Mrt t.nm n rrn.n.
work with liUlo or no capital, nnd depend i--" --. ". b"
to meet meeung-uog, -ougiii tuiso inings so lo on i
I.ATK FROM nORIDA.
upon tho income of their business
their demands. Therefore, we would s.iy,
bo prompt lo pay your stnnll debts as well
as largo ones. Hampshire Gas.
From die Ncir Oileaiu llee if die lSib Dee.
Santa Ansa. From n gentleman who
came passenger in the steamer Nick Biddle,
last evening, wo learn that Gen. Santa Anna
had arrived nt Plaquemine, on tho evening
of tho l'ith inst. in company with two Amer
ican gentlemen, supposed lo be officers in the
United Suites Army. They embarked same
evening on board the steamer Tennessenn,
and it was thought would land nt St. Louis,
on their way lo the city of Washington.
Walton's Ferment lletriiler for 1337, con
tains, in addition to tho almanac, copious noli-1
! cos ot the several blatcs ot the union, emnrnc-
) tt itncmn n unnr ni n vnn' vn nnnii. Hiniisiirni
articles. I he letter states. 'Uur , tlie U.died StateV also containing
give important information re u ive , ,,, T5ndpB, oiriCCrS of the U. S. Government,
dllins. and WO expect Hie WnllOO ,.., inpnr. n!iviri:,n. rtprirvmpn. nrwt
A wonl lo the wise is sutTicient.'
Charleston Mereury Office,
Dec. 1J, 2 o'clock.
Tho Savannah Georgian, says:" It ap
pears from a letter from Volusia, dated Dec.
Oth. that Gen. Jesun hou assumed the com-
nnnl rtf tl... nvmi. ll.ut Ii.. liml icennrt t.ii litirr iirninitiKtit nninta In lliotr 1ii.itnrv
dsaficeto bring to his banners, first, or,er lnat nil officers entitled to foratre shall ! boundary, prod net ions, &c, for which the
..itnort on 0 the army WHO oeiesi uiu ..rrv nni, illls , rCQTn eaeh bes i es other P"iia"c arcimicuieii 10 jimii jiuynu.u,
fTI 1 Il. . . . .
or returning to ie.ns, anu hu.m. necessary
calami monastic party, if he feels in-1 prisoners
dto unhold them iu their privileges ' lo .1.,, 1..
preservation oflbeirproperty ; or should ( Swamp to be the scene of much bloody fight-! masters, justices of the peace, population, grand
ak it preleraule 10 renounce nis ior- nn(i further, " wo march with thirty . list and postage of each town 111 the Mate
days provisions."" Judges ol the court, terms 01 the U. b. circuit
Extract of 11 letter
of the Savannah Georginn, dated
Volusia, Dec. 13
Tim fnllnivintr trnnns comnose tho com
mnnil ,m,t.r Al,.i n..n Tnsnn iiiKt mnrpln.l I a new nrrancemcnt, excluded these
r, v.,s. ;.o,!nr Arihn In.lmn nn 'menu from the printed journals.
- .: 1 ni.n.n lUW.hnn ,.,.,. ocr The above Almanac is lor sale ot tne
I r I 1 ..f I i
lino nf near uaae s oauie grounu.
III1C UI I . " r ... ,1.- T..J?
1UUU l ennesscans, uuu irienuiy inuians,
300 Alabama mounted men, together with a
IdesDOtic svitem, and adopt such princi
las would promote the prosperity of the
Lblic, and the advancement of liberal
j. be would still find thousands of Mcx-
ithat will carry him in triumph to tho
'jch is the position of this hitherto sin-
l:r man, and this position cannot have
fped the penetration of General IJous
creriouslv lo his adopting the line o
Icjiq regard lo him, which he has fol
lltcording lo the Texas Telegraph it ap-
tisibat President Houston sent a message
lie Senate apprizinc them of the deter-
lialioa of the Executive to release Santa
lai, and leave him at liberty to go to
Lsbmgton on which measure he asked
; advice of that bodv. The Senate, nfter
una debate, left the matter in the hands
I tie President, who immediately released
fitt Anna. The latter left soon nfter for
' United Slates, accompanied bv his Sec-
Iiir Almoute, and escoiled by five coval
wiers to the American territory. The
aate surprised at this hurried procedure,
a passed a resolution instructing the Pre
Uo explain to Consress the reasons
Jicn nad prompted linn to release Santa
IIH. As Houston nninvs lli( rnnfiiliMien
I lie armv and the neonli. nn nnnnsitinn
i-JTOKnai Lo unibia to the rn push nf I in
'is said that Colonel Nunez, hrntlier-in-
I lo Santa Anna not nephew is charg
'Wll imnorltint dHSnnlrlli.c frm-i. 111.. Inll..r
I'tie Mexican Government, nnd will nrnh.
F'r sail without delay for Mexico.
.p. Mexico, Nov. 10.
1 " -.vi.v.tii ui , ;U Villi.
"wen re loved hv f4,.nnml r,.dr ,...n
'1 be superseded by General Villoria. It
Mldlhal tliia mu... u..- 1 .1 :..
,1 . " iin-uouii; una uuuii uilteii ill
J" W prevent Ihe nnilinir nt nln A nnn
'Mse he should be liberuted bV the Tex-
t-ipt. Rlhaiid has been
"command ofthe squadron, it is not pos
eiy known who will
modore Lopez is spoken of. The di-
" ,""inrmy ajfainst Texas under the
ntn.l .lfrtnt mint Vnrtunit AiinTAnin nml mmtv
received by tne editor , pnnrisntniUticnl nintter. &c. fcc. It is nroner
to state, that the justices or the tvencc and other
legislative appointments nre not published, ex
- cept in the register, the Legislature having, hy
nnr. i fiir m1r
Erroneous. Humor. In consequence of two
police ollicers being despntcheil to Albany to
Tor the Vermont l'liainix.
fiircwfll! I go to llmt tliKilnwy lnJ,
'hcic tny Tnilieri lumlicr n in i -In jf baud;
I go to (lie jcnif I lint li:no pa-fiil nwny.
To I lie ngct tml !icp in lliclr filcnt decny.
To tlit bisrn-J j", lo ihe Iiop ami the learn,
That liamruilcil on, or il.nkcnpj the VmiuIhiI jean
I go; nml fircuell In llice, drriry lrlli,
There ' n cloud on thy joy, there' n tear in Uiy
l'or tmniicnt nnd fjinl in iliyunniet day,
And thy Twiunc ofglAdnefii nill TjiIp uwny;
And (lie fiing, nnd die frrlul dnure, rtiall be o'er.
And thy li.irp'j wild inuiic be lieuid no nmie.
Fnrcwcll! Since I fiuiled on diy Infancy'! bloom,
A lliouiand haie gone to the nilent tomb,
A I'ndier cep o'er cberiihcd ion,
A Mollter lament fur ber nuneling gone,
Tho tailor-boy ilccu in the briny wate.
And the soldier bat found an early grnrc.
Farewell! Farewell! for the tninmrr hour
Hare faded away, like the deny tlnnern,
The bird hat flown lo n unrmer clinir,
The bee hat forgotten her faterito thyme;
The winter i here with her tnou-Mreathcd brow.
Farewell! I may not abide with ye now.
MnrlaM I K lo the rlmdowy land,
Where my falher !ymbcr n mighty band.
O! ocr itmember to you muit come,
The fatal hour that will teat your doom;
Then eek that hriehl world wWere anreb dwell,
Wheie enr liae no ending. Farewell! Farewell!
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and fully sustains the character of the publicn-
regiment of U. S. regulars in command of i arrest a man on a charge which wo are not at
Mnjor II. M. Ivirby, actingns Colonel, Capt. i libHrty to give tho particulars ol, a report wns
K nirii i . net ntr as Lt. Co one . and Uant. puuiisneti in some u uie iiioiihiik iiu nerc, uim .
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mediately from Garcy's Ferry, Black Creek,
affording additional supplies.
irmalive, nnd the Iter. Mr Brown in thencg-
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N iTD L0'V'
IKS ,v,l'uui io the
London papers to the 10th
11th of November
From the Iloitoa Allan.
DAVIS' LIFE OF BURR.
The first volume of this work has appear
ed, and wo have looked through il with in
tense interest. Its execution is highly cred
itable to the author. It paints Burr, we be
ieve. in his true colors with the most mark-
d and obvious shndes nnd contrast of char
acter. A kind and attentive husband, he wns
nt tho same time the most nbaudoned nnd
profligato of libertines. With most scrupu
lous seeming regard to the beauties nnd char
ities of domestic life, ho lived in habitual vi
olation of his marriage vows, and pursued n
system of intrigue nnd seduction nsif it wore
the ehief end and aim of his existence. This
part of his character Mr Davis has not hesi
tated to expose, with n boldness that exhibits
a most stern regard lor truin, anu leaas us to
nlnr.p. im nlicit confidence in his disposition
to discharge the duties :of the biographer with
the utmost exact fidelity.
Mr D.ivis slates that Mr Burr was much
more tenacious of his military, than of his
moral or political reputation. Many anec
dotes arc scattered through the volume.which
present some interesting historical incidents
in a novel light. It is staled that Mrs Ar
nold was the chief negotiator in tho treason
of her husband nnd that her surprise nnd
H str..ss nn ns discovery were nomine uui u
series of well-acted hysterics. She betrayed
this to Mrs Provost, the lady whom Burr af-
terwnrds married. The prevailing unpres
sion nt tho timo wns, that Airs Auold was en
lirelv innocent of any knowledgo or pnrtici
. ' -. . , ' -r l I 1.-...I A i
iiation in the scnemu oi ner uusmuu.
tho close ofthe volume, Mr Davis states thnt
The Boston Courier observes, that the cili-
7en of Philadelphia hnvo agreed to stnnd out
against the high prico ol butter. ve saw
them standing out in uie ram, on oaiuruny
. i .. . . i . . - T T o r.
buying nutter ni tne m
The Sinmese twins tire
aware Chanc has fallen
girl there: she says she is willing to marry
him, but objects to taking r,ng too.
Jin Example for Husbands. On tho night
of Washington's dissolution, when the attend-
Stop the Swindler.
GARLAND, is travelling- through tftc
New England States representing himself as
ent for the LADY'S BOOK. This is to
orm the public that the subscriber has no
Union?'' was ably dUeussed by Mr Ely in the: agent by that name, and can recognise no pay
menis tnaue losaiu uariiuiu ns icgui.
L. A. GODEY,
Publisher of the Lady's Book, Phila.
CCrPapers in New England, exchanging
with the Lady's Book, are respectfully request
ed to give the above two or three insertions.
Tho Lvceuni.was well attended nn Tuesday
evening The Lecture by Mr Dcvcns on i'Ayj- Nc
iology was nn nblo and Interesting one. '1 ho I Agi
question " Ought Texas to lie admitted into the j infi
i'r .1! I 1... HI. 111.. !.. !...!
W. C. T. 8.
The Windham Countti Tempe-
ranee Societu. will hold their Annual
Meeting for the choice of Ollicers, on Wednes
day, Jan. -1th, 1837, nt tho Rev. Mr Foster's
Meeting House, in t'uiney.
mice is requested ny nil tne iricnus oi l empe-
giic.ipnct. Lf.o.-.i.. business of importance will come be-
in Wilmington, Del-, foro the socit.ty at that time.
in love with a ynuntri rirr qr issk. A. R. TiWINF.I.L. Sec'rv
IV T'r.. 'IM, ...no
lb. ,n7' o insurrection, at Strusbuig. on
ier' of 0cther, which at first looked
I s. UUI .vn. ..... 1 .1.1 n-
if.. . - nuuu nut nuwn. i nn mil
Ithe JL!00 regiments stationed thero were
IcdiaT- ,".,,le l,lot. but the soldiers reftis
I '-JU1I1 Ilium ... I .1 ..
irr. "u even nss sieu in tneir
M;ef l. rince. Louis Bonaparte son, wo
er in ,i' '-"Ucien was the principal mov
J. "? Ho was deceived hv ion-
PtinTn . Inftdet0 10 11,0 ect that
meof i". ' hf ' Kl"S. nd that the
"n trin i "i"""-woum ensure lor us own-
im-w,):.. i "a"1 "iron upon the capital, and
tvi.I T proclamation as cmpcrior. He
.wuh aImost M tho bot-hended
' "b men who wnn ni:B(n,i ;n i,ia fnniiob
i "i rKirtieuini;nn i ' i. 1
""OWn tn 1 1, " " "a P'Ol. u wns
Isforeih "0,B?vernincnt, several month?
i me cxn ox
ants wero about to prepare ins nouy lor uie i Town
grave, a miniature likeness of Mrs ashing-, next, commencing nt
ton wns round on Ins breast, where it nml hung
suspended by a ribbon from his neck, for more
than forty years.
The brandy distillery of J. Kingsley at West
Hampton, Mass. wns burnt a few days since,
with severnl hundred barrels of ardent enough,
at least to ruin a doyen families.
11m vnrt Jnn"?.
late date mentions thnt a vessel was uliout lo
sail from Aberdeen to tho United States, with
G2 tons or liny, and another larger cargo was to
follow from Clyde.
Franklin Pierce, a member of tho present
House of Representatives, from New Hamp
shire, has boon elected U. S. Senator from that
The Emperor of China has issued nn Impe
rial Edict, prohibiting the labor of missionaries
in his Empire, and condemning all their reli
gious books to destruction.
Tho Texan Commissioner, Col. Wharton,
with his Private Secretary, arrived at Wash-
The Guilford Temperance Society
will hold its Annual Mectintr nt the
House, on Monday, the 2d Januar.
mimcncimr at 1 1 o'clock, A. M
dress bv the Rev W.M. H. Ubewsich.
Guilford, Dec. 215, 1S3G.
ririgliton .tlnrkct "ilonduy, December SO.
(Ilenorled for tho U. Adtertiter ft Patriot.)
-&iarkct, 620 Beef Cattle, fincluiltnn 100
tina'nlil laaf iva-iptf! Qfi (ttirfa. nnd DOn Sllppn
An English pnper of a . Almut 100 Uccf Cattle remain unsold.
Phices licef Cattle In consequenco ofthe
unpleasant weather last week's prices for some
qualities were hardly supported. Wc noticed
n few extra taken at $G75; first quality at 86 a
6 50: second quality at 5 25 a 5 75; and third
quality at $-1 a 4 75.
Sheep Lots wero taken nt tho following pri
ces, vi.: 2 CG, 2 88, 3 00, 3 25, nnd 3 50.
Wethers, somo of which were very fine, at S 75,
4 50, 5 50, and a very few at $li.
Suiine None nt market.
ho is in possession of evidence which proves
llint tho election of Mr Jelterson was brought
nbout by tho action of the leUernl party, it
could have been brought ubout in no other
way. MrSmith or Maryland, now tne may
i.r nnlii.nnrn. nn the nnrt of Mr Jefferson,
nnd Bayard, of Delaware, on the part of the
Federalists, nro said to have been the chief
DECEMiina 5, 1836. ,
It a nk of MSrattlehor
THE Stockholders of this Bank are hereby
nniirinil thnt tbplr nntiuiil meetinir for the
choice of Directors, will bo hold nt the Banking
Ilouse, on the second Tuesday in Jnnunry, ut
11 o'clock, forenoon.
By order of the Directors,
17 ' E. SEYMOUR, Cash'r.
m.-rvv vnitK fWSTERS fresh every
Jj week for sale at wholesale and utiil,
nt the RECESS. Brick Row, Brnttlcboro.
Dec. 28. V
ington, on the 19th inst.
"Well, Robert, how much did your pig
weigh?" "It didn't weigh as much as I ex
pected, and I always thought it would'nt."
The journeymen saddlers and harness mak
ers in Philadelphia have kicked out of the
traces, and refused to work unless they can
have more wages.
Affecting Jncidtnt. Dr Shane, of Vicks-
burg, Miss, died a few weeks ago. His wife
watched his dying bed till all was over then
laid down and died ol a broken heftrt, thirty
six hours after.
"Go ahead." John W. Crockett, ofTrcn
ton, son of the lato lamented Col. David Crock
ett, is proposed as a candidate for Congress
Talked Out. At a public debate in a Lyce
um nt the West, tho ladies were invited to take
part, when they talked tho gentlemen all out
of the ball.
If people would only pay their printers bills
about theso times, whnt a lot of presents wo
could make and whnt a fine turkey wo could
get for new year 1
jVew kind' of Mortgage. Owing to some
typographical error, an exchange paper hns the
word "Mortgages" instead of "Marriages,"
over the names of thoso recently married,
In Dummcrston, 21st inst. by Rev Mr Hull,
Mr Mason Rennet to Miss Laura Walker, both
In Chaileston, S. C. 8th inst. Mr Benjamin
S. Munn, printer, formerly of Greenfield, Mass,
to Miss Ann Mnriu, daughter of Mr John
1nrktmnii. of tho former city.
In Waiwick, Dec. 21, Mr Bcnj. F. Dean of
Worcester, to Miss Mary Aim uusscii.
In West Brookfield. Dec. 22, Mr T. O
Sparhawk of Greenfield, to Miss Laura B. Al-
voni oi mouKiieiu.
In this tpwn,24th inst. Mr Romeo W. Lan
der to Miss Lucindn Crouch, both of B,
In Bellows Falls. Dec. 17, Mr James Walker,
ii revolutionary Holdler. uued 84.
ill ureeiihuld, Mrs I'auy severance, who oi
Mr Elihu Severance, aged 05.
In Deorfield, Mr Elishn Wells, aged 75.
In Falmouth, Me., Mrs Martha Ulanchard,
aged 80. Mrs II. has been married four timetf,
and survived her last nusuanaiive or six yeurs.
A SURE preventive for Gout, Rheumatism,
pains and weakness in the Breast, a Side,
Back or Limbs if applied in season. It is also
highly useful in liver complaints, dispepsia,
couchs. colds, and difficulty of breathing, iv-
ing re'icf by its warming and soothing qual-
This article, which has been used more than
20 years, In private practice, during which time
it has proved ilsclfan invaluable article is now
offered to ihe public of superior merit.
In using this plaster, no interruption in regu
lar hnhils is required, as it dues not render a
person liable to take cold and being already
spread upon sou lentuer, inc irunuie unu vexa
tion attending the spreading of plasters by per
sons unacquainted with, or having no conven-
encc or so doing, are avoiueu.
Persons lending sedentary lives, or those
whose businoss require a tending or stooping
position, nml consequently are more or less
troubled with pains in the breust, side or back,
will find immediate relief by applying one of
theso piasters to the parts aflected. Those af-
llicted Willi rheumatism win unu mosi quieting
relief in the use of these plasters, ns they crc
nle a wjirmth and action to the parts to which
they are applied.
The recommendation following is from one
of our most respectable citizens:
" Hartford, Nov. 0, 1830.
Sin Having been alllicled for many years
with pain in iny head, neck, and nbout tn)' shoul
ders; by what is called 1 nervous affection,- ac
companied, as I suppose, with rheumatism; 1
hnvo made use of many prescriptions, to little
ellect. Recently observingyourndverliscment
of ihe Vegetable Strengthening Plaster, 1 ob
tained one which you kindly fitted to the neck
nnd between the shoulders, from which I have
derived a quieting relief, and would cheerfully
recommend the article lo persons who ato alllic
led with similar complaints.
Respectfully, BENJ. HASTINGS."
Prepared and sold by James B. Gilman,
Druggist nnd Apothecary, Hartford, Conn.; al
so for sale by Dutton & CLAntc, and at the
Recess', Urattleboro, vi.
Nov. 21, 1830.
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To the Honorable. Supreme Judicial Court to
be holden at Iioston within and for the
County of Suffolk, on the third Tuesday of
November, A. D. 1886 ;
RUBV SHEARER ROBERTS of Palmer,
in the County of Hampden, wife of Na
thaniel Roberts, Jr. formerly of said Palmer,
nnd late of Pnwlct, in the County of Rutland
and State of Vermont, Complains, That at
said Palmer, on the twenty-third day of Mny,
in the year eighteen hundred and twenty-three,
she was lawfully married to said Nathaniel
Roberts, Jr. and lived with him at said Palmer
fur the spneo of one year, and afterwards nt
said Pawlet, until the twenty-second day of
August, iu the year eighteen hundred nnd
thirty-three; and that on tho said twenty-second
day of August, at said Pawlet, tho said
Nathaniel utterly deserted her, nnd has ever
tiince that time continued to reside in parts un
known to her without this Commonwealth.
Wherefore sho prays that aflordue proceedings
in tho premises, n divorce may bo decreed to
her according to law.
Signed, RUBY S. ROBERTS.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Suffolk, ss. Supreme Judicial Court, Novem
ber Term,.A. D. 1836.
UPON tho foregoing Libel, It is ordered,
that the said libcllnut give notico lo the said
Nathaniel Roberts, Jr. to appear lieforo the.
Justices of our Supremo Judicial Court to bo
holden ot Springfield, within nnd for the Coun
ty of Hampden, on the eighth Tuesday next
a'fter the first Tuesday in March, A. D. 1837,
by publishing an attested copy of said libel and
tfiis order thereon three weeks successively in
tho Brnttlcboro Phamix, a newspaper printed
in Brnttlcboro, in the Couptynf Windham and
Stale of Vermont, the last publication to bo
thirty days, at least, before the snid eighth
Tuesday next after tho first Tuesday in March,
1837 tfint he may then and there shew cause,
if any he have, why tho prayer of said Libel
should not be granted.
By tho Court,
' GEO. C. WILDE, Clerk.
A truo copy of said Libel and tho order
Attest, '1 GEO. C. WILDE, Clerk.
Chapman & Asiimuk, Ally's for Libellani,
F everv description, ciiEAr Fon cash or
ooon cneniT at
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Dec. 20. 1636. 16
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