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Nov. 23, 1836.
VERMONT TELEGRAPH. 3 7 LEGISLATIVE. CooJoi from W.ltort Dailf Journal. Satcrbay, Nur. 12. 8 tn at. Prayer by the Chaplain. Pntrroased Bill to prevent circus ti- iArr fee. incorDoratitiff the Ottoquechee manufacturing co., severally read a third rtime and passed. Houik. oiis passed. incorporat ing 'Great Falls company, Castleton, Salisbury, Marshfield, Sunderland mining and East Bethel manufacturing compa- f nies raisinsr mileage of members of legis lature to 10 cents, 106 to 81 establishing , permanent salaries of certain officers, ay es S 139 noes 43 incorporating Lamoile 1 grammar school assessing tax for sup . port of government making appropria tions for support of government, p Sbmatk Slavery in the District of 'Columbia; Mr. Grandy called up the res 'olution upon the subject, when Mr. Smi .lie moved an amendment, by adding the words "if it can be done in a constitu tional and legal manner, and without in creuiing the burthens of the slaves in the ldjoining States," accepted. Mr. Ham Inond moved to amend the resolution, by Inscning in tho appropriate placs the Word "slave trade" accepted by Mr. Prandy. Mr. Young then moved to rise the words in a constitutional and legal manner," proposed by Mr. Smilie nd accepted by Mr. Grandy. Opposed Vr Messrs. Sheldon, Smilie and WateT lan. and supported by Mr. Young, who Jssumed as an undeniable fact the consti tutional right of Congress to entire control over the District of Columbia. This, and other propositions of amendment brought out many of the senators in a most ueresting and animated debate, which re have sketched, and may publish as ar limits will permit. The resolution mi finally laid on the table for further action, yets 17r noes 8. f Bills passed: authorizing treasurer to borrow not exceeding 840,000 appro priating 92000 for the Asylam for the Insane. f Senate Evening session. Bills from the house : incorporating Sunderland lead pining and manufacturing Co. ; moreef ectu.iliy to prevent gambling; making n appropriation of 82000 to the Ver mont Asylum for Insane: authorizing the feasurer to borrow not exceeding $4000 ; everally reid twice and lefeTred to ap propriate committees. 1 Monday, Nov. 14. Senate Prayer by the chaplain. a Bills passel providing compensation jr county clerks andsharifTs : relating to nileige of members ; assessing a tax of 3 eats on the dllar for the sjpport of gov srnment; making appropriations for do. ; tuthorising the Treasurer to borrow not j jxceeJio? 810,033; in favor of Farrand1 7- Merrill ; making appropriation to the Vi Asylum for the Insane ; incorporating ;he Sjnderland Lead mine co. ; the Ma rsh eld manufacturing co., relating to high tvays; in relation to common schools ; re lating to public buildings; relating to transfer ol Turnpike stock. 1 House Mr. Brewster introduced a Vsolution far an evening session agreed P. Dismissed Bill relative to elections. Laid on the table Bill relative to to wn .meetings. 1 Bills passed Relative to certain fees f Co. clerks and sheriffs incorporating uonuechee manufacturing co. relative i had taxes dividing Orleans grammar sec. of state, so that it amount to $350 ; amendment lost, and on motion of Mr. Sheldon the blank was filled with 8400 librarian 8100 engrossing clerk $175 ; read a third time and passed. House Bills passed in relation to common school appropriating $2000 for survey of Eastern railroad route, 96 to 52. Dismissed Bill to charter Poultney bank, rejected, ayes 67, noes 112. The Senate came in and the joint com mittee made the following appointments : Windsor County. Daniel Bowen, Sheriff Salathiel Adams, Ezra Putnam, Hop Inspectors. Corn. adj. to to-morrow afternoon. The report on the subject of slavery was considered; the first resolution de clared that Congress and the States have no power to prevent the transmission of papers by mail, &c. thesecond, that Con gress has power over slavery in the Dis trict of Columbia and the third for the transmission of the two first to other States. Mr. Need ham of B. moved to re fer the whole matter to the next lejrjsla- any constitutional right to abridge the free expression of opinions or the transmission of them through the medium of the public Mr. Waterman demanded the yeas and nays on the second resolution, and it was adopted as follows : Resolved, That Congress do possess the power to abolish slavery in the Dis trict of Columbia. The third resolution, passed without de bate, as follows : Resolution, That his Ex. the Gov. be requested to transmit a copy of the forego ing resolutions to the Executives of each of the States, and to each of our Senators and Representatives in Congress. Bills appropriating $25000 for com pleting the State House, read a 3d time and passed. House Passed Bills appropriat ing $25,000 for State House to incorpo rate Bennington manufac. and printing co. to incorporate Tumbling Falls man ufac. co., West Townshend manufactur ing co. Dismissed resolution for exempting mechanic's stock from taxation resolu- ture: discussed by Messrs. Needham, tion instructing delegation in Congress Hastings, Buckmaster, Has well, Brews- j relative to slavery in District of Columbia ler, Vilas, and withdrawn. Mr. Stevens (rejected) fixing places for holding of R. moved to dismiss Mr. II iswell and courts in Addison Co. to repair state Needham of B. supported and C. K. Field j arms to abolish imprisonment for debt, opposed it negatived. Mr. Tracy sup- j (the bill referred from the last session,) ported the 1st resolution, and it was adopt-; the bills from the last session to charter ed. Messrs. C. K. Field, Hale. Fitch ; Black River bank, Rutland railroad bank. Springfield bank. Referred to next session Report of and Gooiale supported the second, and it was adopted. Tae third was adopted without discussion. Referred to next session Bill to char ter Washington Co. bank, 90 to 78, a motion to dismiss having been negatived 80 to 77. Evening session, Nov. 15. House The select com. on licenses made a long report, 500 copies of which were ordered to be printed. Wednesday, Nov. 16. Senate Slavery in the District of Columbia The order of the day was an nounced by the President, and the resolu tion, on motion of Mr. Briggs, again laid upon the table. Temperance bill Called up by Mr. Howe, the question being upon the propo sition to raise the penalty for infractions of the law, from ten to twenty dollars. Mr. Briggs moved its indefinite postponement, when the Senate adj. 2 o'clock, P. M. Bills referred extending th.3 limits ol jail yards ia this state, to the limits of the respective counties, referred to committee on the judiciary. Slavery the report and accompanying resolu'ions of the committee of the house, to whom was referred certain communi cations from the executives of other States on the subject of slavery, were read, and on motion, reierrea to toe committee on the judiciary. On motion of Mr. Porter the vote on the passage of the bill relating to common schools, was reconsidered, and the bill re jected. Temperance bill The question being upon Mr. Briggs' motion of indefinite postponement ; Mr. B. withdrew the mo tion, and the bill, on motion of Mr. Bell, was laid upon the table. Surplus levenue The Senate resum ed consideration of this subject as in com. of the whole, Mr. Conveise in the chair, when Mr. Young offered an amendment, in pursuance of bis suggestion in the fore noon, as accepted by Mr. Pierpoint. This amendment requires the state treas urer to receive the surplus whenever paid Chool lands, a motion of Mr. Twilight to by the U. S.. deliver it over to the trus- jismiss having been negatived 141 to 29 tees to be appointed by the several towns -in favor of Lyndon grammar school 78 for that purpose, in proportion to the pop o 58 incorporating Vergennes Hydraul- ulation of the several towns in 1830; to 5 co., Burlington Female seminary, be loaned to the citizens at 6 per cent. ; Veils river maoufae. co. Olter Creek the principal to remain the property of iianufac. co. altering names of certain the several towns, unless called for by the persons. United States: the interest to be appro- Tha bill appropriating 83000 for sur- priated to the support of common schools; ey of Eastern rail-road route, $2000 for distribution of interest to be equalized af e Western, and $1000 for the Central, ter 1840, according to the then population as supported by Messrs. Fairbanks, 0f the towns. Amendment adopted, and lrgeint, Needham of B-. and Tracy, and bill referred to select com. Messrs. Pier pposed by Messrs. Fitch, Sawyer of H., point, Poner, and Hebard. Jmith of M., Dee, and Buckmaster the Bills To pay Lebbeus Egerton $2, louse refused to rrfer it to the next ses- 727 27, for services as superintendent of ion 105 lo6G, ordered to a 2d reading state house, referred to com. on finance; ? t.63, and to a third reading, without a incorporating Enosburgh beet root sugar ivision. . manufac. co., referred to com. on manu- The House proceeded to consider the factures. Adj. to eve. 11 abolishing imprisonment for debt. House The ' House proceceded to r. GooJale said the bill was not what consider the bill to pay Lebbeus Egerton pinruiiCM w i.ui imc uuuiu iwTe 3750 per aiinum lor services as suDorm evil mil lt ivr uio yrutciuvu VI rUCS. tondont t etatn knn com. on education on the subject of Uni versity of Vermont bill to charter banks at Bradford, Castleton to reduce into one the several acts relative to the city of Ver gennes incorporating Rutland and Mid dlebury railroad co. abolishing capital punishment relative to witnesses me morial of faculty of Middlebury college. The House refused to reconsider the vote dismissing the bills to charter the bank of Brandon and the Black river bank. Thursday, Nov. 17. Senate Prayer by the chaplain. Bills incorporating the Enosburgh beet root sugar manufacturing co., read a third time and passed. Surplus revenue on motion of Mr. Steele, the senate resumed the considera tion of this subject, the question being the s ime as at th adjouiR merit last evening ; when Mr. Hebard moved to commit the bill for further amendment, bill committed Mr. IPs amendment concurred in, when the bill was rt ad a third time and passed. Bills incorporating;he bank of Poult ney, on motion of Mr. Porter, indefinitely postponed incorporating the rumbling: Falls manufacturing company, read a 3u time and passed to pay Ljebbetis Edg-er-ton the sum therein mentioned A motion to fill the blank with $3,600 was negativ ed, when the blank was filled with the sum of 83,000, the bill was read a third time and passed. HoubE I'rayer by Rev. Mr. Kelley. Bills passed Relating to public bnild ings incorporating Manchester cotton and woollen manufac. co. incorporating Guildhall bridge co. relative to transfer of turnpike stock. The committee on grand list made re port, which was read, and it was resolved that Wallingrford be doomed in the sum of $1000, and Castleton in $800. The St-nate returned the salary bill with proposition to amend, raising salary of Sec. of Sen. from $200 to $275, House con. Assistant Sec. 100 to 150 Housecon. Sec. ofciv.&mil.af. 100 to 200 House con. Ass't cl'k of House lOUto 150 House con. Sec. of State 300 to 400 non-con in. Engrossing clerk 150 to 175 non-con in. Librarian 50 to 100 non-con in. The Senate returned the su; plus reve nue bill, with amendments, which were concurred in, 184 to 2 nays Messrs. Tracy and Whitney. Senate Bills relatingto the support of common schools, read a third time and passed. Resolution from the house, dooming tne town oi Dorset, Wallingford, Castle tleton and Rutland, committed to com. on finance. Bill establishing salaries of certain of ficers, mountain, and from Burlington to Cop1 necticut river, through Montpelier, from Orleans county to Lake Champlain, and from Brandon to Lake Champlain, thro' Orwell, read a third time, yeas 17, nays 6, and passed- more effectually to prevent gambling, amended, read athirdtime and passed for the protection and education of apprentices, &c, read a third time and passed. Messrs. Pierpoint and Hammond were appointed a committee to inform the Gov ernor that the Senate, on its part had com pleted the business of the session. Adjourned without da)r. House Evening session. The Senate returned the resolution dooming certain towns with amendment, dooming Wallingford and Rutland $1000, and Castleton $800 concurred in. The com. on education reported that it is inexpedient to legislate at this time on the subject of geological survey of the state. The com. of conference on the salary bill reported against increasing the salary in the bill of Sec. of State in favor of placing the salary of engrossing clerk at $175, and of the Librarian at $75; House concurred. The House resumed consideration of the militia bill Messrs. Cushman, Need ham of B , Smith of M. supported, and Messrs. Smith of St. A., Fitcn, Goodale and Tra-cy opposed the fcill, and it was re jected. The Senate returned the bill for survey of eastern railroad route, proposing to ap propriate among ether routes $3000 for the western route opposed by Messrs. Vilas, Smith of M. and others and nega tived nearly unanimously. The bill relative to common schools was read a 3d time and dismissed. The amendments of the Senate to the bill to prevent gambling were concurred in. A message was received that the Sen ate had completed its business. A simi lar message was sent from the House to the Senate and Governor, and On motion of Mr. Foote, the House ad journed withoot day. It is stated in the Boston Daily Adver tiser that the trade of Boston during the past year, greatly exceeds that of any for mer year. Thvj receipts of the Utica and Schenec tada Railroad Company, for the 81 days ending on the 22d of October, amounted to $1 15,000, rising $1,400 per day. There are types of 56 oriental dialects, and 10 of European nations, in the royal printing office at Paris. The presses of this establishment will work off 278,000 sheets per day, or 9,266 volumes of 36 sheets each. "There are 350 hands em ployed. Bishop Kemper has been successful in obtaining the requisite subscription in New York, for the proposed college in Missouri. The sum of $20,000 was sub scribed in 20 days. NOTICES. EDITORIAL SUMMARY. MOTHERS MONTHLY JOURNAL Second Volume. Edited lay Mrs. SI. Kin fa ford, Published by Bennett Jt, Bright Utica, F. Y. The present volume of the Journal will expire with the year. The encoui age merit thus far received, and the inestimable importance of the object the work will aim to secure, have induced the publishers to proceed with the publication. They invite the aid of mothers throughout ihe Union, in giving the work a wider circu lation. Terms. 1. The Mothers' Monthly Jour nal " will be published on the first of ev ery month, at out dollar per annum, pay ablt in advaJtce. 2. No subscription will be received for less than a year. 3. Agents, who obtain and transmit to the publishers the names of ten subscrib ers, with ten dollars will be entitled to About 200 buildings, chiefly of brick and stone, have been erected or commenc ed, in the city of Buffalo, since the 1st of January last, at the expense of a million the eleventh cony gratis. a Kif r Alio, 4. In forwarding the names of si bsc rib-' ana a naif ot dollars. , ,. , , ers, great care should be taken in giving Two thousand and thirty-nine bushels the Post-Office, County, and State, at of wheat have just arrived at New-York, which individuals wi?h to receive the in the Westminster from London. j Journal, correctly and legibly. 5. In no instance will the Journal be Large exportations of hay are makmg sent t0 subscribers without payment in from Scotland to this country. advance. Brown University highly flourishing t 6- Remittances of $10 (in one bill) may . . , ' . . , be made at the expense of the publishers, number of students, 196; sen.ors, 5 , p-In all other instances postage must juniors, 4j ; sopnmores, ou ; iresamen, , y. paicj by subscribers. Each number of the Journal will con tain 16 large octavo pages with print d cover. Postage under 100 miles I 1-2 cen!s over 100 miles 2 1-2 cents, It is expected that those who are nt present subscribe! s for the Journal snd 43 GENERAL INTELLIGENCE- in the partial course, 7. Pageot, French charge de' affairs, has arrived at Washington, with his family. After all the mighty -efforts to produce . , , -1-4 j ; may desire to continue it, will renew their nuge was mumpuum m jus law uiscua- 51Ikr:nt:nn! wnrp fh rw of th- nre. r.-- sion, Good Symptoms. When we com menced this paper, our friends advised us not to print more than 3,000 copies. We saw, however, that unless we circulated 15,000 copies, it would not do to put our terms as low as we thought it necessary, to give all an opportunity to read tise vork. 15,000 were publisned. In our nionibs after the first number was issued, we hiid 15.000 subscribers. 5,000 copies ot the uuhe book publishing business, in the Uni- DacK numoers were reprinted. l nese las ted tili the seventh number, when our sub scription list numbered 20,000 subscri bers. We then reprinted the back num- with George Thompson, of the American slavery question at Glasgow, a talented, raving anti-abolitionist, an American correspondent of the New York Commercial Advertiser, a raving anti-abolition print, " fears that no attempt of Mr. Breckenridge can produce any fa vorable influence on the minds of the peo ple who were listeners to the debate." He " apprehends that a majority of the auditors continued to sympathize with the former delegate to America." It is supposed that the capital invested bors to the amount of 10,000 copies more, which now makes a monthly publication of 30,000 copies 1 ! The numbers are so connected, that the back ones are always desired. We ask if thes? are not 2"ood symptoms? Is not education the great thing before the public mind. Common School Assistant. Horrible Accident bv Powder in RuMFpRD. On Monday week, the store ol Otis (J. Bolster, Esq. in llumford, was blown up by a cask of powder being set on file. Mr. Bolster had just been get ting a stock of ijoods in his Store, and r other articles was a cask of pow der. His customers had been trying the powder, and had left some particles upon the top of the cusk. Mr. Boister s boy, .i-i nine years oici, in oiuer to amuse hunseli, and in the absence of his lather, took a cole ol fire aud thus set the pa.ticle in a blaze. Two other youn lads were also in the store. The whole cask of powder immediately ignited. Half of the store was blown into the Androscoggin, and the other halt into the street, the root tumbling down in the middle. Mr. Bol ster's boy was immediately killed. One of the other young lads had his arm bio- ken, and the third was badly burnt. The goods in the store were greatly damaged. Portland Advertiser. Information Wanted. A gentle- returned from thf housp. bv thp. clerk, informing that the house nersist in man who gives N. W. Jr. as his initials, their disagreement; Senate adhered to has P"bll$nea a Muest. toan.V body hav- their vote and appointed a committee of iuS lhe abli,ty 10 comply with it, tor a conference on its part, and invUed the an- statement of the exact amount ofgfaiu pomtment of a similar com. on thfi nnrt nt consumeu aunuaiiy, in me mauuiaciure the question being , tne house. Committee of the Senate ot alconolIC ar,lls i any town, city, or breakers., Mr. Sheldon mored to by the R.vrr o . r ,u lnm n 4 d ii 1 TT. ' v- lucjuaiciary, reported the resolution up . and Bell opposed the motion, and it was on thl Jlr .u : ,u. . - . - A " . I UM iriCI I CU. IU LllCili 1U iUV lost rne amendment prerailed, and the ternoon, which proposed amendments. " vwv-mw .n mo iwumuuM u I nuica wfra mnfiirrwl in rrlii(linr the amenaea. to Adjourn mtbout tiy on Fri- report, and the first resolution adopted, .s y morning next. . follows; "ilU Mtablishinir fterraanent salaries Resolrtd. n. n 1 a ...mKL .wP-?J.w- pro- of the Suae of Vermont, that neither Con rstnjio add to the proposed aalary oflgref nor the State fforernments, hare quest includes Nnv-oik, Pennsylvania, and all the New England siates. Com munications io be addressed, posiage paid. to L. v. tx., veition, outieciicut. n. Y. Spectator. Improvement of the Mariner's Compass. liy two adjustments, causing the cardinal points on a cord to correspond rinding the face of the poor, aoJ encour- to reduce the sum to 8600 suorjorted bv i Messrs. Pierpoint. Hebard and Watson. village where such manufactory exists ; 2ing lawyers. 1 he motion was sup- Messrs. Tracw and Dp ivpu of (i nnrLiSt-d i Bills to nav i .phhu k.nm t J with th uame 01 the-proprietor. Tne re- -w-wv-i-, .vw v. wtti- 0y lYifssrs. r ncn, nasii ana rseeanam oi uuu, oeui up irom tne nouse, , icrce, i rcy, nu opposeu oy 13. before the question was put jewra Needham of Sargeaot aud The Senate came in, and the joint com- rnilhof M ayes 83, noes 87, so Ok- mi: tee made the following appointments : 11 was dismissed. Grand Islc County. Wra. Wait, V -f "soat, ov. 15. 1st Assistant Justice, Harry B. Mott, uMir. onggs cauea up nis Sheriff, Pardon T. Kimball. Briir. Gen- iun io reconsiaer the rote assigning Ural, 1st Brigade 1st Division. . - ornlnS " lhe ?aX of adjourn- Washinoton County. Joseph . : " Si Z.-'1? wnr !r- Howes, Luther Cross, Thomas Needham, ;Th Na commissioners. L. L. Lamb, iospe M7f,i tor or Hop. X f ;-w- Pposea to ihe The Senate retired, and the House re- rTS-,K imC f Ut" 8amed consideration of the amendment to ;ent jniDortsnce emgh , to occupythe the bill to pay Lebbeus Egerton and it lae tmtvl rucsdaj of oext week. Jf the ro rejected.7 Mr. Dewey ofG. moved to Zi. T".l . ii- . ?k W in fall opposed by Messrs. Cur- 11" 1'h"TLl . -incorporaungEaosburgh 67 r-,UDDe root sug:ar manufac. co. exampieiaw raaners snoaia noi pe mw SEMATaev.ninir nonconcu red. On motion ot Mr. Howe, the Senate receded from its nrooosed amendment. and passed tne bill ; extending the limits ot jail yards in this state, reported by com. witn amenuments, which were non con curred in, the second section stricken out, and the bill rejected. Mr. Van bicklen, from the committee With the s:nn nnint nf th. hnnnn th t- M M . 1 - 1l I . ui uuoiice, 10 wnom was reierrea the reso- manner is saved the troub e oi aliowiny iivu ituiu me nOUSe, aoominar Morsel tor the vanaJirvn m stwi-inir and tb .jc auu xuiianu. rervirtpfi teat thf tnrmer ntn nf m r.otm,, ni.,iuC Arn ...in . - - ------ I l-mwv vr luiiuuvu U1(U) W-ttl uugm uoi 10 De aoomea ; the latter ount soon be beior th nnhii.- tO be dnomvl in lha aum rf ft I .Uin Mr I A a 1 nxiAK VJOVERNMENT. It IS IO be remembered that the names of the offi cers ot Government recently chosen in icxas are all Americans', not a single to eight millions of ted States, amounts dollars. It is said that Montgomery, the Eng lish poet, has taken to preaching the gos pel. The Methodist Bible Society has been dissolved, according to the recommenda tion of the General Conference, and the efforts of the Methodist church, in the Bi ble cause, are hereafter to be turned into the channel of the American Bible Socie ty, It is stated in the American Magazine that there is iron enough in tho blood of 42 men to make a ploughshare weigh ing about 24 pounds ! Say, chemists, how is it? Thanksgiving in Rhode Island, 1st of December in New-York, 15th of the same month. The governor of Maryland has called an extra session of the legislature of that State, on account of the refusal of the " 19" to enter electoral college for the choice of Senators. Thanksgiving in Connecticut, Thurs day, Nov. 24. The legislature of Rhode Island dis tributes the surplus revenue among the banks of that State. The cholera continues to be terribly destructive in Hungary. Charles G. Finney has returned to New-York, from Oberlin, and has com menced his winter labors in the Broad way Tabernacle. Three hogs were recently killed in this town by eating the skimmings of beef brine containing saltpetre. The revenue of England shows an in crease of twelve millions of dollars for 1836 over 1835. ent volume. ?T3 The names of new subscribers should be forwarded by the 5th of De cember, to enable the publishers to deter mine how many of the January No. to issue: All remittances should be made to "Bennett & Bright, Publishers, Uti ca, N. V." Utica, Nov. 5, 1836. ri3 In this connection we take occa sion to say that the money in our hands for the Journal, belonging to Harvey Hoyt and to John Rockwood, shall be for warded before the commencement of the 2nd volume; also any ether that may be sent to us in season, free oj postage. Ed, Tel. Walden. Huntley. Br. Ide. Stone Notice. The next meeting of the Onion River Ministerial Conference will be hold at brother J. Ide's, in Hinesburgh, on ti e seebnd Wednesday in December next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. ' ESSAYS. On the rules laid down in Matt, xviii. 15: Br. Angler. On the No. 7, as used in scrip ture, Br. On attributes and influences of the Devil, Br. On the forbidden fruit, On the guard that kept the way of the tree of life, Br. Is the literal meanin? of the scriptures their only meaning ? Br. Beeman. Was the inspiration of the Bible verbal ? Br. Guilford. EXEGE5ES. Mart. xxiv. 34 : This generation &c, Br. Prone, 1 Cor. xv. 29: Br. Walden. j Isaiah vi. 6. 7 : live coal fcc, Br. Anier. Col. i. 15 : Christ the first born &c, Br. Humley. Matt. xi. 11 . last clause, Br. 5ifford. Aaron Ancier, Clerk. Whoever returns a paper, or remits money, to the Telegraph office, should al ways be careful lo specify by writing cn the paper, or in connection with the money, the name ot the post office from which it is sent. Received, of Hinesnur?h Church, $7 for the Bipiist Home Mission, it being the remainder of the p'edTe to brother Bailey. John Conant. WEEKLY RECEIPTS. Pierpoint addressed the Senate against the report and resolution. Mr. Van Sicklen replied in favor, followed by Mr. Howe, -j . upposea, wnea tne resolution was so amended as to doom the towns of Wal- Mexican name ou the list! What a Imgford, Castleton and Rutland, and pass- !acl 10 maiiou ol the origin and na- ed, - lure trie Texiao struggle ? . hu,m LebbeUS Luther Ric an oldand celebrated Min- fn! 80 Lf ?7P0Smg 3'00U-Doa COIlCUrred ister of tbe American Baptist CuurcMnd Tk o j I i n . u- u oneoft. e founders ot Columbia College, . 0euai rura me diu uuuu- Wasni ngton, died in Edgefield District, .5 vcvom muh, uaviug rcwuou w Smith i!.ni,. rtn ik. osth nlr Hr "! upon their proposed amendments ;- llmesa t d of aa innWion oi f IjA W-i a tlA WmmrtTmM4 A IflfiUr tiriAfl tliOlr I . . disagreement ' Smat Bills making an appropri- The new Silk Factory is to commence ation for surveys, reported, with amend- operations in Dedhamthis week. When menu; bill ameoded, by adding appropri- in full operation it will runlGO'J spindles, attotts foT surreys on the west side of the and employ 109 females. Stephen Hall 1,25 Bela Buel z,w E. Burnnam E. burnham Jr. 2,50 A. Burnaam A. Hatch C. Waldo E. W . Avery John Hall James Barlow E. C. Johnson Wm. Branch John Wray Daniel Sutton F. W. Baldwin Newcomb & Wood ward E. Grover Aaron Angier James Green Daniel Green John Howell 2,50 2,50 2,00 2,00 1,50 1.50 1,50 1.00 1,50 1,50 1,00 1,50 1,50 1,25 1,50 1,50 2,00 Widow Marsh 75 G. S. Hinsdale 50 J. Van Steenburg 75 Geo. H. Havens l,5o G. C. Havens 2,00 T heron Storrs 2,00 W. Brown 1,88 R. Calkins 2,00 J. Barnes Jr. 75 Seta Town 1,50 E. S.Newcomb 1,50 Job Dillingtiam 1,50 E. Parker 1,50 N. Woodward 1,50 E. P. Butler 1,50 lUlph Parker 1,50 Stevens Wood 1,50 William Eddy 1,50 A. B. Moore 2,50 Israel Ide 2,50 M. C. Stone 2,00 Paid by Geo. H. Havens. Anti-Slavery Meeting A meet ing of the Brandon Anti-Slavery Society will be holden at the East brick school house in this village, on Friday evening next, at 6 o'clock- By order. Eph. Maxham, Sec. Brandon, Nov, 23, 1836. WESTFOKD HIGH SCHOOL. THE winter term of instruction in this school will comnvence on the fi st Monday of December next. Tuition, per quarter, Greek and Latin languar's. $3,50. Other liberal studies 83. B : rd and washing may be had in resre't t e families for from 91,25 to 61,75 jer week. This School, occupying a convenient and pleasantly located brick buildii g, in West ford village, was commenced in Sept. last, under the direction oftHe; un dersigned trustees, and Mr. F. W. Hi man as Tutor, whose services Ihey fully annrnve. and confidently recommend. And they hope by laudable exertions, to merit and receive a continuance of the public favor and patronage. By order of Trustees, Rev. S. Parmelee, Rev. J. Huntley, Dea. J. Hob art. Mr. C. Earl- F HAYNES, Sec. j Wcstford. Nov 10th, 1836. 0