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V, VERMONT TELEGRAPH, No. 4 Vol. IX....Oct. 10,-1836. POETHY. f : ivdk tU Token fat tt. UL- i A NAUE IN THE SAND. Atoa I Wi!fcl tba acaa strand, r. A Tr!y ahall waa in mj land. , j , . "1 iicj-pad and wrota upon tha mm Ujr bum. Cm vsar, th day.'. f At reward frae) ta rpot I mmkI, Ona LrjrrlDjt took fcahiad 1 caat., ,- A wars caxaa toUlar, high aid last, - AaJ waaha4 y Umm away." ,,NAn4 patheugbt, nwil! diortlj be I TTi arcr rk arrtYfim m! A ara of dark oblivion's tea TTill a weep arjoaa the plaea " X7lt9 1 bar trtxJ the tuiiy abora . Cf tiisa, ao4 o W M BMT. l)rr dajr, the asms I aora, T Wars m tmk oor trace. v- i moral: and that we should deem any I in Peter rose up and said, coarse, which would undermine the virtne I. Then all the multitude kept si of the Hat aod tend to introduce general lence. and gave audience to Barnabas and profligacy, terrible calamity, even it it I Paul : And after they thou Vl poor into the lap of the community I had held their peace, James answered, wealth ' more ample, than was verdugl - . How some half dozen i from the mountains ot Fotosi, or the moun-1 or more Rev. Urs. would have set on this I tains of Peru. "No community, but a vir-1 record ! what dignity they would have I tuoue oneTcan be free, or happy. A vi-1 imparted to the assembly whose doings are I cious people is; by its very character, pre- recorded I ! MALR. pared for wretchedness, as well as obnox iqu t4 the wrath and the judgments of I AGRICULTURAL. heaven. , But, shodld we be told that this is not cinriVATioai of the fio. a proper subject of legal enactment, and The lovers of this excellent fruit will be that it is the business of public opinion to gratified to learn that it may be culti rated do away the evil in Question ; we reply in our climate with little expense and la- that since Jt ha hot been, in other kindred bor. During a late visit to the garden of cases, the -policy of our legislation, and Eliphalet Averill, Esq. of this city, we mat, in view oi lis cnaraoer ana its eviis, i were presented witn a ngT piucitcd direct- there is nor, in the wnole range oi puoiic I ly from the tree, ana oi navor the most law, a more legitimate subject of legists-1 delicious. Mr. A. informed us that for tire" interdiction. Horse-racing was re- ten years he had been experimenting 'on garded as nbxious. But public Sentiment the cultivation of the fig, and that he had was not trusted to, as adequate to banish finally succeeded in preserving the tre the evil from among us. The vending of and bringing the fruit to perfection. He lottery tickets was deemed injurious to the also kindly gave us a statement of the community. -J Bat public opinion was not method, which we lay before our readers . i i tuc miiv inuunice rmmuTcu luunictur in me uulxt. ludi ai irasi some en mem The folia win is understood to. be from 1 if Wlcjs f rout the state. The keening of will be induced to try the experiment, as , V ri.iL I gaming house was deemed injurious to I we have no doubt of it complete success. , TO17r.,-? the The fig tree is propogatey means of Aai ytt, jrlth llim wb roaati th saoda, ' Ami holU Ci waUrs la bU hands, . I kaoiv a atiex mor4 fftaads loftcTibod iInat my tuna, 1 Of aH thii tnorUl part baa wrought, Of alt til thiokiox tool has tbonxU. Act from Omm fltinx. aaoafiti caught, .) Fee tWrf, for ahama. public disapprobation aiwi fro wns were not layings and cuttings if the lattef&rettsed dc??tr the gratitude of every phllaathro- reardedjis adequate to lhtf orrection df they should be at least ona foot long. ' - . p$t fa the CQurw he has all along pursued the evil. - TJie keening of a house of ill- The method of Mr. A. is a follows. iaWiscuW.'WhenhepreacliwrA- &mew ftoni bng left to public opin- He lays down the branches in June, whf That is stigmatized as visionaTy, mys tical, uncertain, and unintelligible, which has been sanctioned and: recommended by some of the greatest names that ever adorn ed the pages of history. That is pro nounced " new, which is in fact old, nay older than antiquity itself being the plan and order of nature." There is a fatal error in the manner in which it has been taught; men have giv en lessons to a class and been with them only a sufficient time to communicate to them a knowledge of the theory ; all this is very well, if the class have force and en ergy enough to reduce it to practice ; but in too many cases it is not put in practice, and the consequence is ft is partly forgot ten, and of course of but little or no benefit to them. This mode of instruction has produced a multitude of smatterers, which of all things, is the most detrimental to iis universal extension. It should be introduced into all our Academies, Colleges and Seminaries of learning, as a necessary branch of educa tion, and then it cannot fail to become a powerful auxiliary for the accumulation ofknowledge. If this course was to be pursued, there are few who obtain a knowledge of it, while in their academic course, but would be able, when" prepared to enter upon a profession, to record language with the Tapiauy oj fpeccn. A STENOGRAPHER. bfich 1m- M'u'T?wwwy neoocs-Mw- recently made by sUtatC, I state prison of- mediately after the leaves fell off in a- f4rmcij' he will be still more deserving, fence. Why, then, in the case of intern- tutnn, and before hard frosts destroy their ' ' ' , j .., ME MOB I A.Ly , perance only, trust to an influence, as the vitality, he lays them down and covers 1 tT ti.m.fTi i.ir mt . t meant- ef pretention, or remedy, which, in them with earth to the depth of nearly a Tamest te a; awavamad t Bfatpaiirf Other instances of a like character, is foot. In order that a part of the roots may " . r""""r f z . t reuwpni 1 uere arc men m every retain ineir ongiaai position in ine earm , The subscribers, inhabitants of the town community, who are either above, or be- and be ready to furnish nourishment early oft la. ihe county of . ) t , re- !ow the Teach of public sentiment; men, the ensuing spring, he loosens the roots on peSont 1 that in theirjriew,' the vending who in defiance oi public disapprobation, one side of the tree and leaves those on , of ar&&L8pirits,: tot the purpose of being howuver explicit and decided, will prose- the other undisturbed taking care that .ur 'as , driak, ii, .imnwrai Am sach, cute the tra&c, as long ai it will prove a thoseJoosened are not mutilated or other- ; instead of being sanctioned by receiving a source of gain. And as long as ardent wise injured. He then bends the branches ' license from public authority, it ought to spirits are offered for sale, there will be over the roots that are left in the ground, bj subjected to &n entire and effectual pro- buyer and consumers; and appetites will fastens them with pegs and covers both j ' hibhioa. The tendency of the traffic to be acquired and habits of intemperance roots and branches wjth mellow- earth to . 'Tlrpetttate and extend a vice of so gross will bd formed, and in manifold instances the depth above stated. In this eondition V. r Ai!re ks intempcrancej and . so mis- the multiplied and appalling evils, to which he leaves them till the middle of May or ; ; chlevous in all - its bearings s6 utterly at this vice gives-birth, will still exist and af- the first of June, according to the forward .war with individual . happiness and the flict the public. ness or backwardness of tne season, and C.y f5- good,' etioces, that such, as we To your honorable bod', then, we ap- then uncovers them sets them upright, have described it, is its character. heal as the constituted guardians of the and supports them with props to vkeep 'This view of the subject is taken in all State, and bound to adopt such measures them in a right position. By repeating j ' Skinded casi, Oanibg Is a rice ; and as will promote its best interests, to save this process every winter he has succeed- - . iae Keeping, oi a gaming nouse , w, on i ua irom eyiia o tae masi noxious oi vices, i ed in preserving his trees till thev .have . alj hanrtJ regaided. aa. immoral. - Lewd 1 Onint the prayer or this memorial, and attained a good size, and produce fruit in X Rcss h attended with guilt and the keep you will confer a benefit of incalculable perfection and abundance - - i&2 of a house of ill famo is invariably 1 value on the State, you will exalt its char- The fig tree in tropical climates haa- gia it yields three crops, and id New England, in good seasons, it will produce two. -When the figs-are half, -or two thirds grown, they cease growing and present every appearance of not coming to maturity, ro iaciniaie meir- ripening, a drop of olive oil-is -put upon their blos som's ends, which, in eight or ten days, iroduces an extraordinary effctu Irrthis ime-lber obtakr their full 'izfc, assume a lively color, and in delicacy of flavor as much ciceed preserved 'figs as fresh peaches do those that are dried in the common manner. Hartford jiaptr. nindeoiably lin aa cither gaming ot de-1 pecuniary bterests, and you will secure "bauxhsTy; and there istha same affinity 1 to yourselves the benedictions of coming V m V Mil bit ween tha vending -of spiruueus liquors I generations. aal dcnaicctincss,. w&icn exists oeiweeni opehhg a famlnhousc oca brothel, and Th4 . DisTitLtRT. It is said that a th ;! urbich thev are suited to foster 1 tarj?o of trraii oi 25,000 bushels, was re- "aad dicmlaate., .' . ... - cently brought up by a distiller to becon- lojhayiewof your mjmbrJalUts it Is an tertedinto rum. Every article of food inomtlvia ItKrislallon to license vice. It is now extremely high. It is with diffi is, oa thicontrajyi tha rightful .subject of eulty that the poor obtain bread for their a coaplcta and. rigid, bterdiction. , To 1 i- children. And ye( the moment a ship, cMMit iaanw of hs formj- is to abield.it freighted with the staff of life, touches at fraod;sserred odium and infamy, aad aal our wharves, the distiller seizes upon the facta amply And decidedly .attest. Instead of blessing and conrerta it into a curse, to fill nnnreinrr r. reatrainin? it. -to vield it 1 the earth with poverty and wretchedness. 1 chcourageaicnt and belp.ou Us djtfui'on1 And yet the distiller is on honorable man, bef leave further to 1 a respectable gentleman, an accredited represent, ihat thU.trafEcisdictlyatwarlChriftian! . itb all the lcadin'r obiects. which sound 1 The rich grain-goes down into bis enor wjfofc.il wnnomy would foster, and which mous vats, and thence ia litruid poison u wUo aystem-ot jegislation will aim to I scattered over the land, proiucing scenes secure. The grand ends of a correct sys- lor wretchedness which neither war, nor m mt ri;tlrl ffomtinV. and of a iuiiciaiis I famine, nor plamre 'can rival., filling the course of legislation .'are to augment the country with, weeping widows, and beg- population of a'community, to . put all Its gared orphans,' Tani every imaginable members la posa4ssioa' or a competency crime, and yet he who plies his fires by aijJ to reador them all vi.tuauj. Bat, la pightand by day in this hateful work is a tMnnerane. the diroctandcertain bflinring respectable "rtAtlenan ! Religious Mag- df ihA tramc- is tha parent of disease in a:wf. .... m . ? - I - I" - , ...... ..".i'l ti. auvtaTBRiax. departbsbst. hlch it mar not give birth, and it reo i!rs powerless the remedies employed ibr ' their cdra ;- and ty it, as am pla data prove, I Tne following was cut from the Iteli not leas than 50,000 indiTkluali m our gious Herald when it first appeared, but was ;coaatryare.crjiy year.sunKiame arunK- muiai(i. It will not be valueless, however ?3?J?f!!i lZl rJllJt objecUt which itaim, is accom terror laniuzu u ' - i .. . alight and a passing visitation, whUo in- P"d. Wood Pavements. The suggestion in the annexed artfcle is eminently de serving of attention. The experiments made, both in England and France, or the conservative qualities of corrosive sub limate, applied to timber, and the compar ative cheapness of the mixture, forcibly recommend its use on such an occasion as paving with wood. Should the city authority conclude to pave Broadway with wood, I would sug gest to them the expediency of immersing the blocks in a solution of corrosive sub limate, to preserve them from decay. Experiments have been recently made in both France and England, which prove that wood prepared in this way is no lon ger liable to be affected by moisture, but acquires a firmness from the sublimate that enables it to resist decay. At Wool wich, ' pieces of wood that had been sub jectcd to this process, and others that had not, were left for a twelvemonth in a ditch. A quantity of decayed and rotting timber had been thrown in along with the same and the -whole had. been kept -rat her 'warm for the purpose Of encouraging fermenta tion. When removed at the end of the iwelvemonth, the prepared wood was found perfect! v sound throughout, while the other places were all more or less rotten.' A commute appointed by the Royal Aca demy of France, to inquire into its preser vative powers, have reported in its favor ; and in England some large vessels have been built altogether -of limber that had been seasoned in this way. The solution O! Tbmtora ! ! Oi Mores ! J 1 We seem to have fallen Upon featful times, such is the extent of crime among. us, arid stich its fearful character. Public morals are in a deplorable condition, and some of the remedies recommended by our contem- poranes, are in our opwiou . nvise man the disease. For instance: the Morn ing Star," after aUribiiting tfie extent of crime to the number of "imported" felons that are said to arrive on our shores, con cludes its article thus :r "Our legislators must pass more severe and terrible laws, our jurymen must shake off the foolish fear of capital punishments, the gallows must again be erected, and we must hang as high as Haman every for eign fblon who comes and commits crimes among us. Then alone shall we sensibly diminish the number of criminals, and de ter them, by the fear of death, from ap proaching our shores." t How much of Christianity appears in that paragraph ? We had thought the principles of universal love, embodied in acts of kindness, were more likely to make men what they ought to be, than the ter rors of a gallows. - It is really stupid in any body to suppose that human laws, however terrific, -will deter foreigners from approaching Our shores. Hence in stead of preparing to hang men we had much better try to reform trrose who" heed it, and thus make them "good and useful citizens. I he sentiments we animadvert upon, are an outrage upon every princi ple of morality and humanity. Weekly Messenger. Silk Print Works. 1 he I'hilips mills at Lvnn. Mass. have recenllv been VEGETABLE BALSAMIC ELIXIR, Pretahid BY N. H- &drrfs. FOR cough cold, c-oniamptipn, ctitfh, crotip; astfiait, whoipin eouh lung fcyr and all othtr diseases of tba head, cirest it4 lungs. Pamphlets containing a history of tha, medi cine, with numerous ahu respectable certificitei and ample directions and much other ihfoirriaticti, accurapany each bottle and cab be ha'd at any of the agencies gratia. Sold by special appointment by HENRY WHEELOCK, Brandon, A ho by Boynton h Austin, Ortcttf; H. Si monds, Pittfford; B. F. Haskell, Cirnitall Haskell & Wicker, Worth Ferrisbttrgh ; E. H. Aiken, Benton', S. 11. Barnes, Charlottt And by moat other respectable druggist in the State. 46 : ly PIG IRON. FOR sale by C. W. fc. J. A. CO NANT, one hundred tons Pig srA Scrap Iron of superior quality. July 5th, 1836. 41 WOOL CARDING NOTICE. MISC ELLANEOL S. - . Ijmperahcaba wida spread arid an endur- Beloced brother Snds I red with - in nttitfion . The first was a hail-stonn heartfelt Tsausfaction the report of the pro- rlortado making its' narrow course ceedings ol the. annual meeting of the with frig htf ol desolation ; the "other is a Board of the Baptist General Convention, blighting' mildevr settling on the Whole copied into our paper of May 13th, from face ftha )anitandbUsUngi and destroys the Hartford Cbristian Secretary.; There Ing all,' oa which it fUlls.r are JrtstTpiort, however, which, Td, intemperance U oViog:'a Urge pto witijrottrlcaxe, Fwuh. to pTesenTlo the porCToa ofjha pauperism and the crime, religioua ; fubltt, 4a contrast with the re- whlchbrevail id th commdoity.- Mi- corded proceedings of a certain missionary katd ant extcnled examinations make the jciity arluch convened some 1800 years Cu2Ct:r.i irom mree lounns u niueienuis uaaicm, m wc uuu ui j uuva. of both. It u adverse iaWariofis ways to -Now for the extracts : On Thursdjy -"cnent Habits btimprovUence and pro I Baron Stow. of Boston, preached. The :t-:twbrand hcoce leads on to porerty tiPrcaidenVwe.''. Dr. Mercer, of Gcor- tcrlli to dcthrono reason and Conscience :t gia, being absent, the chair was taken by 'it exonerates and cflcn goads to madnessl the-1st Vice Resident, Re v. Dr. Sharp, the base p4sjns of our nature; and hence I of Boston.. Afier yinging, the throne of It preponjcnice oi. me ac oi outrage i km: was auMresscuDy wcjitv mjt. excu and '. Vi6lcncrarid--iespecially of viotencei drick. Members present : ' Rto. . Daniel '!ahd to tifeare perpetrated under an ex-1 Sharrvll. D- Rer. Francb Wavbnd, jr., cUemcntderi red from ardent Spirits. For! -DjA; Rev. WT. Brantly, D. DUec. ether snocies of felony,' men are traincdl Nathaniel' Kendrirdc, B. h, Rce. Basil :bvhabitiofihtemrTarrce. MUrJrl Lucius Holies. D.D-Rec. y It strikes your memorialists as a sole-. James LVKhbwlcs. flcmao Lincolu, Esq., cum in IcUhtion, to enact statutes pro- l&ti Farewell, ; Esq Willam Colgate, hibitiaganl punishing crimes, and, at the Eq RtK Spencer IL Con a. Rtc John 'same "time, to ' legalue 5 the prominent I. tMgg.; Je.M but enough of this! tneii 'cf enturmg . violation of those -What's list 6f Noblemen ! - Titatutes' r'tad' to rrotiJe lor the erection -The dKurhcnt tot which V have referred cf rrisoas t poauh ofTinccs, and still id land, which. I wish to contrast whh the b.i iuui laoso- prisons wun convicis ana oir mic-wsi.iv9) u is wo necessary uiirans . ' thai Ten iring necessary the inflictions of tribe' thi passage. -A ;The folio wbg ' -y-'I itice. . . t riQ- t ni quotations will answer i my present, pur- ' ' .Luli ft W taid that the -Lonslaj Pse 'ThosMrho doubt their correctness i i nothing Id idowiih rUIC vlnue, f .cmorialisU bej teave to remark, recorda of th present dayjnay not sbme t . i their vie w. the Yif:t inquiry to be doutitcaacdnsultthe book themselves. by an cslirrhteiicd and aconscien-l And the apostles - tic-s legisUture, with rtreoxe to anvigethet for'to consider bf thtsinaaer; ' tsiasaxeK-will bt, in icariuon public 1 And whcii there had Vjcu 'much,dirttt IN consequence of the failure, on tha part of Mr Ordway, to perform his part of the contract relating to the part nership of H. L. Ordway & Co. we here by declare said "firm to be dissolved, and all payments must hereafter befriadcto us, ns we have the books for collection. We give further nofice that Hcmon Henry is no longer an Ageit for the firm of Nathan Carr & Co., and that payments hereafter for work done by that company must be paid to us also. C. W. & J. ArCONANT. Br&ndon, Sept. 20, 1836. purchased by Henry A. Breed, Esq. and thoroughly repaired. A new brick build- ing, by 4U leet and five stones nign has also been erected lor the printing ol silks and ginghams. The goods put up at this establishment are said to surpass in beauty anything of the kind in this country." Many families, chiefly Irish, are already in the employment of the pro prietor, and we learn ne is about forming a company, with a capital of $100,000, fur the energetic prosecution of this branch of the silk business. Rail-Road across tiik Istiimvs or Panama. Col. Charles Biddle, a citizen of the United States, in conjunction with a few capitalists in this country, has ob tained the contract for this road, which promises, if completed, to be of immense importance to our commerce, and to the whole world. It must become, in a few years, the highway of nations to the Pa cific Ocean and will enable our w haling ships to make their return every six months, instead of three years, as well as save a dangerous voyage around Cape Horn. f Memtiiis, Aug. 25. The Harvest., Never was earth more bounteous in her giAs throughout West Tennessee than at the present season. The crops of grass Cabinet Furniture. npiHE subscribers keep constantly hand, tor sale, MAHOGANY VENEERS, LOOK ING GLASSES, PLACES, and other articles in their line, cheape than can be had elsewhere in the State. They continue to carry on the CABI NET BUSINESS, atlheir old stand. N. B AN APPRENTICE wanted at the above business, immediately. C. & A. L. KNOWLTON. Brandon, Sept. 20, 1S36. solvinir about a pound of the salt in eiht w or ten gallons of water. The renuisite period for incarceration must vary accord- ing to the thickness and hardness of tim ber, from a week to three or more. N. . American. From the Amerhan Baptist. STESoattArni. While improvements arc being made in almost every department of literature. one very important branch of education a -a . . I seems to he overlooked. it te mat oi short hand tcritimg. But very few know the value of this Science. It ia simple, easily learned, and when learned a migh ty engine far the accumulation and pres ervation of useful knowledge. It disci plincs the mind, enlarges the intellectual faculties, and improves the memory. The mechanical motion of the pen is so much abridged, that not more than one tenth part of the time and labor is necessa ry in writing a discourse, as ia the com mon hand writing. The minister who spends ten hours in writing a discourse lor the pulpit, may write, with ease, the same discourse in one hour, in short hand. If this be true, he throws away nine tenths of his time, and more, for he can write a much better discourse in short hand, than in the common hand writing. The reasons are perfectly obvious ; in the co nmon handT writing, the imagination is trammelled and fettered by bg-fiOmpolf otTllTe subject ratS'ln fliV 'mean time w tea to wait lor tne nanu j oui in snonnana this difficulty is completely removed. now let tht time, wnicn is worse than thrown away, be devoted to some valua ble purpose and the amount of good which ne may have accompiuneu is teyona ail human compulation. Let every profes sional man become acquainted "with this art, and the amount of time and labor sat ed by it would be astonishing. These statements may be considered erroneous; but 1 know them to be cor rect, from the nature of the science, from my 9 wn experience, from the united testi mony of hundreds of indefatigable stenog raphers. The opinion is almost univer sal that stenography is of no service to any but the reporter of speeches; butno opinion U more unfounded; the profes sional man may turn it to some valuable purpose almost every day of his life. Mar cus T. C. Gotili has declared, (and it cannot be refuted) that the young man who first acquires a facility jn short hand writing, and then proceeds to, writer non the plan suggested in the Auxxica 1U rzBTojiT, can collect together, and secure more useful knowledge-Jn one jrear,than he can ia three years on any., other plan that has ever been devised,, , But notwithstanding the almost une qual led ad vantages, whicfi are to be der i v ud from . stenography, we ..find upejlantic bigotry, prejudice and jcepticism all. ar rayed arinst it. ... ' and small grain have been abundant, and which is recommended, is made by ds-rl our trees arc.bpwed down with the weight 1 .. : -1 ... - .i r.U.. I. j l" r-Cf .u: i .1 '. .re...?. rri ui wii ucii irfusuivrs ui nuti. 1 jt torn fields are luxuriant and promising, and our staple, the cotton crop, never before presented so rich a prospect. In lately travelling through three counties, we dis covered net one field that did not promise well. According to the Cincinnati Mirror, n man who was hanged lately in aneich- boring otate, lor burglary nr.a murder, Marble Cement. An important im provement, which has been for several years in progress, is about being introdnc ed to the more general notice of the public, and we believe into extcnsivc.use for build ing purposes. It is a composition or ce ment, of which the ingredient is marble or limestone, which, when applied to the in ner or outer walls of buildings, presents the appearance of polished marble, of the various hues and qutrluies, which distin guish the beautiful material imitated. What would be thought of a magician, who posoessed the power of chanrrincr the sombre brick and stone wal!s of the buil dings of a city, in one week, into substan ces resembling the most beautiful Grecian, Italian, Egyptian or Verd Antique mar ble, or porphyry, like the rock of Gibral ter? Yet all this maybe done by this invention of a humble citizen of Orange County in this State. This cement has been sufficiently tested by experiments on buildings, to satisfy practical men of its decided superiority over anv mbor r. raeiit, stucco, or other hard! finish for walls hitherto unknown. In our next number we expect to be able to furnish the public with some interesting particulars omne subject ; and In the mean time we ban state, that a company has been formed in the city, to carry on the operations con nected with the manufacture of this new cement, and its application to buildings N. Y. tar. ' confessed under ihegallowgihat his career of crime began by stopping a newspaper without paying lor it '. t KlvmolcFV of Mil: 'ui Milan hence our word Milauer which Has dropped into milliner. Milan, the capital of Austrian Lombardy, is still famous lor iuj dress makers and seamstresses, who aie second only to those, of Pat is. It us well known that Alantua has. given its name to Mani lers, which were first adopted there. JY. y. Express. New-Orleans has a population of 80,000, 50,000 of which are residents dur ing the whole year. Rents have risen 50 per cent in one yofcr. lb. 52if. FOR SALE. A Tavern Stand and Store. THE subscriber offers for sale, in the most reasonable terms; the cbu named property, well known ns most eli gibly situated iu the flourishing village ui Brandon. He will also sell his LINE OF STAGES between Brandon and Rutland. The lime of payment can probably Le made to convene the purchaser. It need rot bo said that this is a rare opportunity for r.n enterprising yocngman. M. W. BIRCH ARU Brandon, Sept. 10, f836: " SHEEP'S PELTS. ASH and the highest price paid for PELTS, bv will be Leicester, April, Lr'3G E. R. MASON",. & Co. A L.1&T OP LCTTr-Ufi, npEMALMNG in thc J.VH Office, Mordh,N. V. Allen Grc. W. 2 Bourk Edmund Baker William Bartlett James Block Thomas Brown Elijah BliuGeo. H. Bullard Isaac Jr. Brown Judo Chub Adams Ch use itephrn infoimaliuu It is stated upon accurate that fourteen or the largest " cin shors in London have botn visited iu one week by two hundred and sixty-nine thousand four hundred and sevtoty-iUrce persons! Cholera at Honduras. news from Havana up to the Coix AGE. -Th, in eagle w hole coinaop nf iKp United States from 1795 to the present time, amounts to about 621,000 000 iu gold, 643,133,682 in silver, and 75,244, 515 cents and half cents. Of the cold about 60,000,000 has been coined since " "iicmuuu vi i ue sianuaru value vw mut vuiuuge oi irift JA1I. -11 . i . . . uuuar, a wen as tne pold earrh, ;il probably be in circulation by the 3d of Alarch next. Within the past seven and a half years, 3,092,112 quarter dollar pieces have been coined, 6,383,350 dimes and 10,287,700 half dimes. "Govern ment have it in contemplation,' says the Globe, 4to issue three-new coins to take the place of the cent, which is too bulky and unsightly for such a use. These are to be made of mixture of silver and cop per; one, the half cent, will be of the size of a silver half dime; the cent piece will be of the S:3ea eiTrne ten cent: and th t. and a half cent piece will be of the size of a quarter uoiiar. e Snow tq-e lfth pi one or. tw6iQches P4fwinian N. XI. aadtficir vicihitv; and an AshVrrlass. AVe have 14 h. A rpnnrt woe nrurolntit itTTTT7 t'.m.. ,l.. .u Cholera had broken out at Belize, Hon duras. .Y. V. Express. Cook Augustus Clark E. C. Davis Amos Dresser Silas Dowd John Estee Henry C. Estec Orson K. Freeman Meliuda Oci. I'lt536. Mildletoit' John ci fc'aii.uel Mason L'tZekiih Mclitman A!exd Moor Jcl.n M"achatn Wm. ( )lcott Lucius 2 l'otter John Ji i; Pratt Chas Jr. Parinenter Elizaletk Bipley 1. W. Race Fanny iFttpliens Fcrd L C Sharp ibram S:antou Oliver Stimson Hlrani Sherman Amos D. Stimson Liiidtx Spencer Joseph Fanell Christopher Sultcn Hannah f Irnrit 1?pv Wm Snrarup DaTlU? ( The Journal of Commerce says, out of the 410 stores destroyed by the m eat fire in December last, all but 78 are in pro gress of rebuilding. Boston Pras. Gleason Chancy Hall Elizabeth Hadaway Lott Hall Polly Hall Seneca Mines Silas Hodgkins Phineas Hendee Anna Isbell Uev. Bishop Spencer Jorouth L'- Thomas llujsei Travis W. A Tweed ie Win. Tarbf 11 Dan'l 2 Ward William 1' Wheeloek Eelinc' Whitney Brnja. Waist on Will is m "Another kestcctabLe YouSc Man." -A young man "was taken to the police office, in New-York, a fcW days since, lor haying been found in the act of cutting the pews in theMethodist Church in John street, and committing other mis conduct while iu the said Church. Pie was fined twenty-five dollars, w hich sum he paid, and was discharged. Jfc. Yes. Jour. The. population of Salem, Mass. as as certained by a census just taken, is about 15,000. In 1830 is was 13,866. The Catskill Mountains were covered with snow last week. The MeteoTic shower in November 1834, was sen in California? A Sir. Holcomb of South wfclc, Mass. lias lately trunufatlu fed a, Telescope 14 feet in length and 10 inches clear aper ture. V The price ofgraioio lsTawTYork niark et is-falling, The expectation, of a great Starchy is di mlhishing; Johnsoi. Thos. . 2 Wheeloek ( lie Johnson Win. B. Whet lock Ceo. Littel Horatio Webb Nathan 1 Larraway Peter' 3 N. 8. STORRS. P 3 TT ETTEBS remaining in the 1L4 Oce Brandon, Vt. Oct. 1st, 10- Ames, Elijah Arnold, Caleb Jr Arnold, Wm Bragg, Mrs Betsey Burrows, Caleb Bcal, John Cutler, Elijah Dewey, Mrs Sally Douglass, " Sarah E11U, Moses 2 Ellis, Moses Jr Ford, Adonijah Plagu, ClrarKs Pox, Wm B Flint, Nathan Gates, Luther F Grotbn, Bdger Gray, W-arrrti Grant, Nathiaiel llovt, Wm A Howard, TimotliJ Hack, Jason 1 Jackson, Nathan Johnson, Alo'z0 Kent, AVm Kinsman, LyJ'J . KetchalReberfa,1 Leaitt, Jf-hn K Newton, Kufn Potter, Pan Saw yer. Horace Thomas, (Mi' r Thomas, KM o' Joel Terry. 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