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June 21, 1837- Slavkrt. Weobserve, fromthe Scotch papers, thnt Mr. George Thompson has been lecturing on negro slavery, at Aber deen, with great effect. Fresh aisoeia. tionf have been formed, and the enthusU m which animates all classes in favor of I the lecturers' view, is represented as be- inor most enthusiastic. . i rOruel, cruel Scotland! How could they hare kept their negroes in bondage (young females in the Sabbath School, be so long 1 We trustthat the chains will be j tween the ages of 12 and 19 have all been stricken from the limbs ol every slave in I Aberdeen, at the word of Mr. George Thompson. He is a mighty lecturer. There has not been a negro sl$ve in New York or New-England, since he opened his eloquent lips in those states ngainst it! N. Y. Spectator. Very well said, if true, thnt" there has not been a negro slave in New-York or New ; meetings were established in the differ England." But the irhite slaves in New , ent school districts, which were very ben York and New-England, who have tolnn-' e,icial in stirring up the people of God to rW their services to do the dirty work" i !abor and Pra-V for lhe salvation of perish- f . . . , , ,, , j ing souls. vi their M dear southern brethren " who . now reach them a soP and then flourish a ' During the past winter there was some cowhide over their heads, are without num- j lv.in the Presbyterian church. Gale- na, Illinois. lhe church were much cr' quickened, some backsliders recovered, and ' " Please tell us (Putt Masters) what County Sheffield is in." Such is lhe re quest on the back of one of our but week's papers returned from M'ooltock. May be it U our duty to write the name of the coun- ty, in every instance, in the great State of Vermont; but it ha not genera lv beencon- , ' .1 iciereu necessary, r or tne imormation ot I the Post Master at Woodstock, however, we will, io futnre, write, " Sheflitld, Cale donia County. Vermont." We thank him ffor his fidelity in returning this number to inj ouice lor correction in the superscrip tion; and will repeat our thanks a often as lie will give u an opportunity to atone for any other delinquency of the kind. " We perceive" from the first sentence of the first paragraph of the last People's Press that it takes considerable pains to inform iu reader that it has liad considerable notice p-om lhe Telegraph. A friend at our elbow emindfd us, at the r!oe of our former ar ticle devoted to that priut, that we were giving it loo much notice. Our only apolo 0y is, that we had confidence enough in the heart of brother Maxham to expect better things of him ilian we have been able to 'obtain in the cae. We now close wiihbe : aeechiug him, while his conscience will Allow him to speak for a paper whose inter ests require such miserable twisting and shufTling placing oarty politics paramount to everything else, and setting down ques tion touching moral and religious influence fas beneath the notice of "school-boys," that iie will dabble less in these things which he 'treats as of minor importance and leave them in ire to me care ot tnose wno piace a higher value on them. Vcrbttm sat. Brother Stanton is informed that the (Circular is received, and that his request shall be attended to .with the least possible delay. t. UEVIVALS. From tho Morning Star. Extract from a lettkr trom Br. d L. Sinclair. "Lynn, Ms. June 5, I837. We are still enjoying the smiles ' of our heavenly Father. I had the plea?- Ore ol baptizing 6 on the 23th ult. in the Sresence of a large and very attentive au ience. A spirit of love and union is evidently diffused throughout the church, tnd tho'work of reformation is progress ing. For this, together with unnumber ed blessings, we would siy ' let every thing that hath breath praise the Ijord." Our joy has been farther increased, in view of the good work that has bten going on in our other churches in this town, more than one hundred have mado a pro . itssion of religion." I From Brother Martin Chenfy. r Olneyville, U. I. juio L 1837. I will Only take n moment to say that the May session of the Q. M. held with us, was an interesting, refreshing, and wo trust a profitable season. Our ministering breth ren of the Boston Q,.' M. were with us, nd preached the word with the Holy Ghost scot down from heaven. We were refreshed by jthetf visit. A Yearly Mest inc was formed betwwi tb IL I. CL M. and the. Boston You will Boon fcavo a more distinct notice." i In Victory,' N. Y. about two hundred soul bav lately been translated from na ture' darkness Into" G.xTa marvetlous light. Protpects are still cheering. t Within a year there have been sixty or seventy conversions on Stamford circuit. New-York. A mtrrt m.M!nn mnrrl at Unadilla centra, about the first of Jaua TV which continued one week. Their aouH proieswj wmim vans.. Connecticut on Friday la?t, passed a bin On tha 10th of Feb. a protracted meet- abolishing imprisonment for debt. It ng was commenced in.thq villase of passed the House of Representatives by a ' Iaurens, N. Y which comirrued eighteen rote of 164 to 16. A bill to repeal the - daya, during which sixty sonla professed charter of the Stamford Bank passed the emancipation - from ' the bondage of sin House by a vote of 07 to 92. In the Sen through the-blooiof J Christ.' The ate it was rejected by the casting vote of church also was greatly revived. the Lieut. Governor, the vote of the Sen- About one hundred, con versions have ate being yeas 9, nays 9. A bill has f takwi place in tha Methodist Society ia passed both houses, authorizing on cer I Trot N Y- within a year. . ,an conditions, tho issue of one and two nil irwKrvlUt hav a mission station 1)t bills, until the first of July, 1S3S. . rit nt Siffanaw Mich'-, Which recently A b. 1 has also passed, legalizing the sus- ThcreVir. fo Sbtoh Schools i eonDert Bosua AMiok This bill passed ed w,th th8 nm.on. and ' hJ Pf",:ee ,he Hoo.e ky . TMe of 138 lo 51. caiiM la flourishing in the Vicinity. -J In; Marrelli; N.: V:-within the raaU more . than B0 sqali have prolcsf rsaawtng race A revival commend at West Need-j Hear Dr. Bemax. or rather, the ham, Mass., the early part of last winter, j Truth, as Dr. Bernan states it. We and has been progressing more or less : quote from the National Preacher. As ever since. It has been still, and the Holy this ig the language of one who has no pe Spirit seemed to descend gently, like the cuniary interest in an v newspaper or ma- MJii snowera oi ram upon mc yiuoa, yti . some cases of conviction were very deep nnd pungent, twenty-two having been ad ded to the church. A whole class ot convened, ?xcepr one, wuu wus pioua oe fore. Seven heads of families are includ ed in the number of the converts. CA protracted meeting was held at Liv- ingstonville, N. Y. in March last, during j which about twenty who were in bondage to sin and Satan were brought into the glorious liberty of the jrospel. Prayer auoui iiui'fii iioiium v tuinr riru .u .. . r.r. i f..n.. . i Hones are entertained that greater displays of Di vine mercy wi 1 b.: witnessed before the work ceases. Mexico circuit, N. Y. has hern favored with the out-pouring of thtr Spirit of God. finil mini nrpfldllR volllw hira onurrhi ..,.) r i r u . i i i i . i found mercy. OJ have been added to the church ulir.i, On Bedford circuit, N. Y. during a year past three hundred and fifty have been translated from darkness to lifht. In Bangor, N. Y. the grace of God bus recently been manifested. The chruch has been revived, nnd about twen ty souls have been reclaimed and con verted. Oo Livermore circuit, Me. a few have ! recently found redemption in the blood of the Lamb; and a number of others are en quiring the way to Zion with their faces thitherward. A good work of grace is now progress ing at Wallingford, Conn. Twelve have already been baptiz'-d. On Governeur circuit, N. Y., one hundred souls have experienced emanci pating grace within the last VZ months. A missionary writes from Lodi, Mich. " We are now in the midst of n precious revival ; we hope for ns many as 23 ; the Lord is ttill among us." There has been a precious revival in Belfast, Me. Twenty-five souls have been added to the number of the people of God. GENERAL. INTELLIGENCE. From Florida. TheCharleston Mer cury of the 5th inst, received by express mail, contains advices from St. Augustine to the 1st inclusive. If they may be re lied on, we are likely to be entertained with a new act of the tragic-farce of the Florida war. An express hnd come in from Fort Mellon, with intelligence thnt a large num ber of negroes had arrived at that post, who reported that the indians had held a general election, deposed Micanopy, and installed Sam Jones, alias Abiaca, as the head chief of the several tribes, and that at the next new moon they would resume hostilities. This, the informant of the Mercury adds, is only a negro story, to be sure, but then, he says, the negro stories have been found too true, in the end ; and besides it seems to be the gene ral impression in that quarter, that the Indians are in no mind to emigrate, at all events until the summer is over, and that the termination of tho war is by no means an assured matter. The posts of Volusia ami Fort Mellon are said to be growing unhealthy, as the All .1 r., lmrl summer comes on. i i me uet-n w.wR rawn ironime ; a sergeants guard and one company of, Creeks, and the guard to be relit ved , been withdrawn from the former, except every itnuays irom i 'ymm x rison at Iort Mellon will be kept up i ne leuer iruui oi. ivwiriiMiiiK -uin-iw." with the following from Tampa liny N. Y. Spec. An express arrived this mornin Tampa, the contents of which are ed to be of an unfavorable nature. It is reponeu ana con ueniiy oeiievea txiai Indian, have all left their camp and rc - turned into the nation. These reports seem to confirm each other. Y e have now but httle hope that the war jv.H be . . i i r i .i i i . U . i V .. uW7 k-k been enabled to possess themselves o much information, ana are aouotiess en. boldened by their intercourse. It a rc" ri w an.it affatn oecomes necessa. v. I . . ! .... H' - aPPrenend much b,ooJy work- CoNNrcTicrT The Lerislature I " o . , .,, year The permanent number of the Hons ueprvarT.f inciuamg ira.u,. w" net moh from i0O.Atlu. VE R M 0.N T TE azine, will stand the better chance to be unaiuureu eanuidiy. "Payment for Periodicals. You order or consen: to take a newspaper, or a religious periodical, and you take it with your eyes upon the " terms,' and in the very act of ordering it, or consenting to take it. VOU nbvlo-ft vrmrsplf io nnv for . r I 4 1 J , such publication according to the terms ; n.xj-l L 1 1 1.1 I uuu wnne VOU nncr prt In ( n tnis. VOU I stand convicted, as a moral beinsr, ot vio lating your pledge, and withholding from another his right. I speak not now of the disastrous consequences of such solemn trifling, but I speak of its gvilt ; and of the amount of that guilt let every candid man judire for himself. " And let him decide as in the presence of God, and in prospect of the final reckoning, when it shall appear that 44 he who is unjust in the lejst, is unjust also in much " The plea of inconvenience in making payments at a distance, will not excuse neglect. He that fears God and respects the rights of his fellow man, will' " do justly" even though it require asacrafice. He will be generous rather than unjust. r.acu ueunqueiH tnuuiu consiuer, iu j he may be inflicting a most ungrateful j divjdual who is serving him, but indi rectly upon the best interests of the com munity After a dun or two we have been per plexed sometimes to know what course we oufht to take, being reluctant to " sue at the law." We wrc advised the other day, to represent thecr.se of certain breth ren to their Pastors, as requiring the at tention of him who "watches for the soul." Perhaps we may take that course. Vt. Chronicle. Caution. A man apparently qui'e lame, and calling himself John Game!, is travelling about in this state, soliciting money. He is a native of Scotland, and according to his own story, has become a cripple since ho came to this country, in consequence of taking mercury. He is endeavoring to obtain money, as hestates, to enable him to return to his friends in Scotland. Some weeks ago he called at my house, and though I am inclined to regard strangers who ask for money, with suspicion, I was so wrought upon by his appejrance and story, that 1 gave him a quarter of a dollar. Several of my neigh bors did likewise. Since that time, I have ascertained that he is an intemperate man. Persons with whom I havo con versed have known him to be intoxicated lately at Duxbury. Whether his story be true or false, he is evidently making a bad use of his money, and all should be cautioned against him. Query Is it right in any case whatever to give money to travelling beggars ? Does not the practice of giving them money tend to encourage fraudulent beg ging? Whenever I have given money to such a person, I have afterwards been led to believe that I was imposed upon. Vt. Watch. i. Smith, Waistfield. The Lakes. The average mean depth of the three great upper lakes, Su perior, Huron and Michigan, is 900 feet the greatest depth 1200 feet. The mean depth of lake Erie, is 120 feet, its great est depth 270 feet. Lake Superior re ceives the waters of 100 rivers. Lake Erie receives the waters of about 90 riv ers. The bottom of this lake is not so low as the surface of the ocean. It is the opinion of geologists that it is gradually filling up, from the depositions continual ly carried into it. ZiorCs Herald. 44 J. Smith." We have had a paper directed to 44J. Smith," returned for dis continuance. We have no doubt the fif teen other J. Smith! s who take the paper have more common sense than to suppose we can tell by instinct which of them would like to have his or her paper stop i i r ... ,i - : ' u i .u clue to his or her whereabouts, than our facu, f We cannot whatnam? the initial would de- siirnate whether John, or James, or J.,. , or j h or Jacobt or Je8s; Qr Je , , i r i i i . mi : ZZ i c rZr'Zl r C a:-?"' ' r . "" !"?P! fJ'i . n m a gfrom,Z,ona Herald, is requested to I.tlurn report- paper with the mme of the Post Office which it is sent, as we cannot afford in .1 .-. U.. ..!: . ri-' mCBu a.u to run me r oi losing which they ,nost extensive plactjced. ; a good subscriber by stopping the wrongly this number six are now in state prison one. I he Agent. .Ib. J on ;3 dead, and one is a fugitive from Population of Massachusetts. i justice. Not altogether singular. , , that the murns of the censns j Royalty in Trouble. A letter from nave Deen receive by the Secretary or t State from nearly all the towns in the - Commonwealth. The mir nnn.,ltinn j will exceed 700,000, an increase of 90,000 i since 1830. Middlesex is the most populous county. of er population 13 over 98,0'JO. Worces iervu,uuu. x.ssex; i.uuu. jsutiolk S'Z,uju. j better thinp, by the way; and if all the On Saturday, 3J inst, the coroner held monarch of Europe should make sale of an inquest at the City Hospital, on theltne,r trinkets, it would be a good thing body of James Cunningham, a stone cut- for themselves and their subjects. N. Y. ter aged 28 years, who resided in Wash ington-street, and who was found earlv in the mornin? Ivinr in the vard of his ho use, with his neck dislocated, and near ly dead. It was ascertained that he came home the night before in a state of intox- ication, and is supposed to have been lean - ing outof his room window and fell into the yard, and thus received the injury j which caused his death. Verdict accord ingly. N. Y. Jour. Com. Emigrant Passengers. His Hon. the Mayor has expressed his determination to consider all per sops coming into this port from abroad, as paupers, and charge of the full amount of tax upon them allowed by laV, previous to their landing, viz: JJlypor head. Dh Y. lmes. LEGRAPfl. Bank of Manchester. As this Bank has, for the time being, suspended specie payment, the -undersigned would take oc casion to say, that the bills of said Band are regularly. redeemed at Troy, and were uniformly redeemed at our counter in Spe cie, until advised of the suspension at New-York, Albany, Troy, &c. ; That its liabilities arc unusually small at this time, as its circulation is less than its Cap itat Stock actually paid in ; That it will hold itself in readiness to redeem in Specie at the earnest moment of the Resumption of Specie payments by other Banks. And . . ve trust that with those who are acquaint- ea with u?, our signatures will be a suffi cient guaranty, that the concerns of the Bank will be managed prudently and safe ly lor the community. S. Demi no, Josiah Burton, Milton Brown, Nathan Burton, Major Hawley, M. C. Demi no. Myron Clark, J 3 20,1837. Manchester Whiz New-Orleans, May 29. InteresUncr- 1 We learn with threat pleasure, by the schr. Mecha nic, from Matamoras, that all the American vessels with their Da$senr?r? ! and crews, which had been captured and detained at that place, have hy Grnera, B J been liberated and that the com mander of the Mexican fleet was arrested and imprisoned at Vera Cruz, for having captured those vessels. This is a striking proof of tne magnanimity of Bustamente's character, and an omen of returning amity between the two nations. General Santa Anna was still at his plantation, near Vera Cruz, and conse quently the report of his having been tak en to the city of Mexico, is untrue. Bee. An Apprentice. One of the Courts of New Hampshire has recently decided that a boy may be an apprentice without indentures. The decision is that the ap pientice is ui.der the direction and control of the master, whether bound by writ-indenture or not, and that no parent or guardian can interfere to the injury of the master, either by taking the apprentice home or placing him under a new master, without rendering himself liable for dam ages If any other person employs an apprentice without th consent of the mas ter, he is not only liable lor damages, but for the earnings of the apprentice during the time of his employment. The cost of lhe London and Briming ham Railroad, which is about 112 miles in length, is estimated at 4,500,000, or about 40,000 a mile. It is built of rails weighing 75 lbs per yard, resting on gran it3 blocks, and yet the cost pei mile does not exceed that of the Liverpool and Man chester road, ot which the rails weigh but 36 lbs per yard, and are placed on blocks of red sand stone. There are now on the road between London and Brimingham, and on parallel routes, sixty-five coaches daily, and the daily number of passengers is computed to be about fifteen hundred, or three times the number between Liver pool and MaHchester before the Railroad was opened. The quantity of goods t:ansported daily between London and Brimingham is computed to be not less than 500 tons. The Liverpool and Man chester Railroad now pays a net profit of ten per cent, per annum. There can be no doubt that the London and Briming ham will afford an ample income. Daily Advertiser. Casualties. Two weeks since a young man in Cornish, N. H. by the name of Powers, while at work in a saw mill at Cummin's' mills, was struck by a piece of slit-work on the face aad forehead by which his lower jaw was broken, his nose nearly demolished, and his skull badly fractured. He was successfully op erated on by Dr. E. E. Phelps, of this town, and is likely to recover. Last week a young man at work in Pet tes' saw-mill at North Hartland, was in stantly killed by the falling of some part of the machinery upon him. His skull was fractured and hij. neck broken. His name we understood was Livermore, son of Mr. Joseph Livermore. A Singular Fact. About five years since, says the Rochester Democrat, a gne was entered into between eight young men then loitering their time away uli"Pontne Exchange street bridge in this a city, to enter upon a course of crime. The to , J -pa nf crimfi waa nnt aa hnt ! tarr;,nfT e,i i.v - .u... ; Lisbon, in the London Mornin Herald, j states that the Queen had sent a messasre to the Treasury, to the effect that if her allowance was not quickly paid up (two montns in arrear) she would be com ' nelled to pawn some of ihe royal iewels - ' for subsistence. She could scarcely do a Spectator. Anti-Abolition Weapon Bowie knives are for sale in New-York, having - ; on the blade the murderous inscription. 4 Death, lo Abolition. D. Young & Co j corner of Broadway and Chambers street, 1 are the monsters who retail them. What ! new proofs do our enemies mean to fur nish the world, that oar cause is of Goc? Liberator. Going Down! The Emancipator, of this week, contains a list of seventy new ants-slavery societies, not before reported in that paper. Ib. The Governor and Council of Mary i land have appointed Wednesday, the 26th I of July next, for the election of members o Coo grees front that State. Corporeal punishment in schools. The School Committee of Boston hae lately adopted a resolution, which does honor to the Levels and the hearts ( the members of th; t board. The days f ruling children by brute force, by an ap peal to their fears, instead of their reason. and their moral sentiments, are rapidly 1 passing away. J ney will soon be con sidered and treated as rational hi-inns. The committee deserve much ci edit for passing this Resolution, which is as fol lows : Resnlred, That if be strictly enjoined upon the several instructers of the public schools, never to make use of corporeal punishment until every other means of influencing the pupils shall have failed : and that in all cases where it shall be come absolutely necessary, special pains shall be taken to surround it with such circums'ances of solemnity that it may operate upon the minds of the other pu pils in the strongest possible manner, as a means of diminishing its frequency. A Boston Medical Journal says that a singular property has lately been asciibed to coffee, w hen drank habitually fiom ear ly childhood to the age of puberty, that of preventing that developement of the bones, which would take place were this article never introduced into the stomach. The advices from New-York are of the most gloomy description ; every mail and packet ship are freighted w iih pro tested bills. The Pennsylvania alone brought back five hundred thousand poanli sterlimg worth of bills, principally against cotton shipments. Boston Press. Lead The Missouri Republican of May 29 ssvs, we are sorry to hear from Galena, that this great staple of our coun try is tumbling down in price at a rapid rate. Sales could scarcely be efletfled at all, and no business, either mining or smelting, was going on. We are told. that sales were made during the past week, - . n , , r l r ' at s4,50 for cash, or 8 far drafts upon i Pittsburgh." Worth Noting. In six counties in Massawhusetts no licenses are granted for the retail of ardent spirits. But in the neighboring town of Charlestown up wards of fifty ta vomers, victuallers, and grocers, are licensed to vend this vile com modity ! EDITORIAL SUMMARY. There was a terrible liot in Boston on Lord's day, 11th inst. between the firemen and the Irish. The violence raged for two or three hours. The Irish were most in humanly treated several of their houses were broken open, their furniture thrown into the streets, destroyed, their trunks broken open and rifled of noney and other contents, and several of them had their per sons most severely bruised and wounded. Notice was given in the British House of Commons, on the 18th of April, that a mo tion would be made for the abolition ofcap ital punishment. The cost of cigars imported into the Unit ed States, during 1836, was $1,058,857. The export of the same article, during the same time, amounted to $67,122. Robert D. Powell and Harvey Lightner propose to publish a paper at Pottstown, Pa., to be called the Anti-Abolitionit. The Prospectus is written with some tal ent so are patriarch McDufiiies messages. " Our dear brethren at fine South" rifled the pockets of John Hopper of about $70, and sundry small articles, previously to placing him in the Guard House fur protec tion ! none of which was recovered. We learn from the New-York Weekly Messenger, that Jo. Smith, the leader and teacher of Mormonism, for deputing two of his deluded followers to take the life of a third who had dared to manifest some want of confidence in the system taught by this "modern Anti-Christ," has been arrested and committed for trial. According to the Boston Recorder, it ha' been ascertained that twanty Jxre millions of bushels of grain are consumed by distil lers in the United Stares, annually ! Farther accounts from Boston ioform that a meeting of citizens was held on the day following the riot, and a Committee was appointed to examine and report in relation to the amount of property destroyed, and the suffering occasioned by the ferocious con duct of the assailants and plunderers. The Committee, on examination, estimated the loss of property to be over $3000. The con- duct of the marauders was most wanton and ferocious. Several persons were robbed of their money. ' An honest laborer was rob bed of $-150, which he kept in a box at home, the result of many years' earnings," another of $500 in cash, and his little stock of goods was destroyed. CT A Committee of 20 was appointed to so licit donations of money, clothing, furniture, &c. The Committee are men of standing, I and no doubt something will be done that ought to be expected in the case. It should have been stated in a previous paragraph that th a riot co a.neaced by the coming in contact of a body of firemen and a funeral procession of Irish. According to the Lowell (Mass.) Courier, Chief Justice Shaw has pronounced sen tence of death on a boy of 13, convicted of arson ! There has been a disastrous fire at ltoch ester. N. Y destroying property to the amount of S75.000. The Post Offiee nar- i rowly ocapd. 155 Uberal Monthly liecfipts.TU arr.ount of subscriptions rtceived for the Culiivalor, printed at Albany, N. Y., from April 4 10 May 24, inclusive, was ic thonsaml ttco hundred atuJ fiiiy-ondoliui s ! from Feb ruary 21 to Match 22 30 days inclusive eight thousand-ttco hundred and fvurlttn dollars .' ! Win. Hague, pastor of the first T.aplist Church in Boston has accepted a call from the first Baptist church in Providence. The number of immigrants arriving, at the port of New-York on the 6th, 7th and 8th of the present month, was 24C0. The number of pauper now in the alms house in that city is 3()S5. A paper has been started at Manchester, in this State, called lhe Bennington County Whig. James G. ftirrey, formerly a slaveholder, now an immediate emancipationist, while on his way from New-York to Boston, on the 27th of May, passing through the city of Hartford, Ct., was invited to lecture on the subject of slavery and emancipation. A meeting was called ; the President of the Hartford Anti-Slavery Society took the chair, and Mr. Birney commeed but be fore he had fuinUed his first sentence, a mob, headed by a " Col. John Russ, M. I).," in terfered. Now mark: Thi northern mob was addressed by a Southern slaveholder, from Savannah, (Jeo., named James S.Bul lock, who whs present ar.d requested the rioters to be quiet, as he wished to hear what the lecturer hud to say ! The amount of gold extracted fram the gold mines " in the gold regions of Geor gia," d-uring lhe last year, was upwards of two hundred thousand penny-weights. J. II. Kimball and J. A. Thome, deputa tion of the American Anti-Slavery Sociely to the West Indies, have returned in safety. The Go-pel Liht and Revival Messen ger is merged iu the American Baptist and LI ... ,, , ,i Home Mission Kecord, under the title of ' . American liaptUt and Hevival Messenger, to b? edited by N. N. Whiting, fao says report in other prints we have failed of re ceiving the last numbers of the Light and Bapti-t. WLEKLY ItUCEIPTS. I). Walker, 61 50 T. .Manchester, 2 60 K lfsrvfy. Mrs. Ttask, 2 00 2 60 M4UIh.l), In Goshen, on the 27th ult., by J. N. Dart, Amos Byiniffon to Vaul.ti t'owt?!!. In Perkinsville, by D. Bunougha, Solomon Kimball of Felcbville, to Cordel. t!ulett of West Windsor ; Youg!ove Btxby of Reading, to Melinda Hatch of Petkiaviil) ; JsnnM Aiken of Claremont, to Eliza Atliei tou of Cavendeh. JDIBU In Brandon, 14th inst , Myron Ntylor, gel 3 year9 ; 20'h iui., Lila Annette, daughter of Augustus R. Fuller, T month r,d 4 t'ays. la Randolph, on the 2d inst., Wm. Carlisle. 80. In Danby, on Wednesday th 7Ui inst., aft. r a lingering illness, Sally, wifj of Jan. McDanicU, 52. Printers in the State of N-Vo k are ic quested &c- In Enosburgh, on thetdint.f Srah Adimu, daughter of Dt a. Kphrairn Adams. 18 In Cornwall, on the 21i ult. Lt-?i F. Ti!dc,50 In VValden, Vt. Mima-seh Kartiswortn, 77. In Barre, R cSaid Tmn.82. In Pownal-.c. the 29ib ult. Khen'r Welch. ?iK In Grafton, 6ih niit. of cciixumjtku, Benjruin Chapman, 77. Printer iu Mew-To. k are re quested, &c. In Orweil, on the 25th u!t. cf an apjoplectic shock, widow Sarah Clark, 87. In Sheldon n ifou lhh inst., James ilasoo, aged about 50. Notie. Agreeably to Che rq0tu uf neighboring brethren m th nrinUtrr, I would invite the Ministers in the viinity of Perkinsville, and all connected witji- the Woodstock Association, to meet at my house on lhe 2d Wednesday of July, at U) o'clock A. M. for the purpose f reviving our Ministerial Conference, which has for a considerable time been neglected. D. BoRHovGua. PERSOJS AFFLICTED mm CORA'S .' 1571I.L find in the uao of ihe jILDIO.Y 7 7 COTL VL.1STER. oaa ofthe owsf efficacious remedies knoviu for that lioubkaoine comprint, a hundreds or thousands can. and a;e ready to testify, to its jiu-ve a better purjo8 than anything they hd evr u.ed. This application never causes the least ptia, although it softens the Com & draws it out bv the n ou. It gives immediate e o as poo a an applied, and u as thorough as it is gentle in us t rTccts. ll'mnrkible Cures! A "enflerniHi ne.ir (Greenfield wii'e? : It has cured a Corn, which for eai had causal row inconceivable pain and trouble, (ufer trying va rku.oher r. medies :) and having ifceivcd such relief myself, I ndv.se all. howev-r obstinate tbe comphdnf. to nuke trill of the Albion Corn I:a ter, and 1 hive r,o doubt they will boor b ts ready to express t'ueii gratitude as I aru." An Agent, in writing for a further supply of the Albion Corn PUster, oWrves "I hire made sale of all yon sent me, and ti id the article to be all it profees to be, as trre who have used it find it to prove the bet article for corns they have ever met urith." 0 Price 50 cenis a box, with diiectionj. The British Antiseptic Deni'frice ! Renders the tee'h bau'ifu!ly and p?rm-inently white, embellishes the enamel, removes the fuor ar wing from decayed tee th, usually leiueJ otfei- she breath, prevents their decay, and toothache eradicates the scurvy fr.an the gums, aud iu'part a mutt desirable sweetness to the brr ath. An exnerienced dru??ist pronounces this Too'M Powder one of the bet he l as ever met vith. either For. ign or Domestfc. Price 50 cents. Dr. llelfe's fills for Females! For Obttructions, Debility, Hypochondria c;,i. Giddiness and Pair.italxon of the Heart, Bad JHettian, Joathit ef fXod. and Pains f the Siomaca. i ne puis puriiy, ana promote a br.sk circulation of tbe Wood, wlieu become slugi"0 tl obsfiucted from tins fur" ffoinir disorder, revive tbe regular habits of the " . " . . r .1- I Li . it- . unhealthy iemai, nugm wcuy ann paiiiu coun tenance tweomes re-arumatl, and freshens with the natural glow of restored health. They are eqtwlly conducive to the health of married lad.:e,' except iu cases of pregnancy or Corwampuca, when thty must not be taken. Price $1 60 per box. IMone are genuine unless i ea i . iviron, on the wrapper, ole proprietor and successor to Dr. Conway,) by whon. tby are for sale, at bis Counting Koom.No. 99. Court Hifd. Bos ton.and by bis sptcial appoiniihetit, by W. V. iRaiiAi) and Jkc&soK H Wci;am, RrWdVm.