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October 4, 1837.
VERMONT TELEGRAPH. low fiioe months instead of sii, and then ! number of Indians employed in the mil- passed to be engrossed Tuesday, Sew. 10. The following bills were read a third time and passed. A Bill to authorize the issuing of Treas ury.notes. A Bill to extend the lime for the pay ment of revenue. A Bill to adjust the remaining claims on thedeposite Bunks. Wkdxesdaw Seft. 13. House. Mr. Cninbrelrrig, from the Committee on Ways and Means, rf ported "A Bill to authorize the issuing: of Treasury Notes read r.ic and rom initted, to the Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union. Not more than 10 million not bearin? interest not less denomination than I'M) dollars itarv service of the United Slates since the commencement of the present Semi nole war. The above commum:ation3 were l ha ahnr rommnni-ntlon wirt n II . ' nrnnrl..JV rrr ? nnd thpn on rnntinn ( tr "W'tttatires, BS the case may wi . i . . , i i irr- I 11 a,u .j - . T . r n t ! he Ho,,fif;,HnUrned. f Z"" UlSlTldoj column. lejfiDlv A rerf .u ...:, .l... . , . m-nip is nw to I mea in Demo- r.ble to announ e. tiiat the 7 ' v" W1C uiur, uius : ; oe Without a nVn n nr-r. K f,.1 h.,c;o f : "l. - WT a 1 I . ..., y I o uy lilt IUI- I. S. Senator, (or Friday. Sept. 22. Senate. Mr. Davis presented a great number of peti tions f.om Massashusetts, remonstrating against the annexation of Texas to ihe Un ion, and iwo similar inemorioSs from Con necticut, which were laid on the table. The Senate proceeded to th considera tion of the bill imposing' additional duties as depositories of public revenue on cer tain officers. The Horse rumed the consider.tion mis not ICC 14 Ti t tr on ir narenn nns not a petition in charge, he or she is requested to see that the petition, or peti ''ons, m their towns, are immediately forwarded. If no petition has been circulated in the town to which this notice is sent, we trust you will see that one is immediately circulated among men, and another among women, and forwarded to Congress im mediately. In this crisis, when Texas, Halts load of interminnhU slnrprv i - J , lowi mg extract from' a London paper of August Hth X. Y. S pec. b. j V usmess of our city is beffinnin? materi ally to revive, and that the general asoect ! is much more favorahU than it h 1vn An i.nmense steamer, now building at j at any previous time since last actun:n. Limestone, for ths American Steam Nav-! Our wharves and business streets have Italian Company, surpass anything ot the assumed much of the bustle and activity Wind hitnetto made. She is to be named, i incidental to prosperous times. M ,ney i r our Uueen, V ictona, will cost from is more plenty than it was.er.d jo, cie and jU,000 to 100.000, has about 150 men tieasury drafts are falling in the market , i!u. emp.oyed daily on her, and is expect- '.o oe nmshed in iNovembor next. The extreme length is about 253 feet, but she is -2?,7 feet between the perpendiculars, 40 J fet beam between the paddle boxes, and i7 feu 1 inch deep, from the floor to the under side of the sparde-k. The m both here and elsewhere in our laree cries. Our merchants and traders now begin to find a more ready demand tor their goods, and much busimss has been done in all branches of trade the past week or two. Confidence, that great mor al sarins of business is reviving m.d i lO U- w. iv ouiuuuil l ii i . ice, ivm HIP an- ' 3Lln(r (n li nl'a - ti I T 11 ' ' f j ui v 11 i -j i. " " - """"ii inu riJ .t the Trrasurv one year from die po"l''t ofn Select Committee by bul- ! nnAn .7. -"T "7 1 r 1 v V ; " -m';8 ars ot 20 horse power each, with ; despondency seems to beeverywhere yidd- ;rith 5 per cent, interest from date, if not K to investigate the cause of the delays land d,,.,'.: " ..." J , r . u. MX ,el ,ou.r cy.inders. and seven feet I j r -i v . . . cmivuic 3 sitriii. II o i rmn.1 OI riv rrL-. J - - - ----- I I V ' promptly tntt. Thcssday, Sept. 14. Mr. Adams presented a petition of Sherlock S. Greg ory, of the county of Itensseloer, New York, praying to be considered an alien, or stranger in the land, so long as slavery exits, and the wrongs of the Indians are unrequitted and unrrp nted of. Friday S eft. 15. All petitions not relating to the subjects embraced in the Message of the President of the U. S were, upon the order of the House, laid on the table. Tuesday. F.r.rr. 10. Mr. Adam, of Mass., asked leave to offer a resolution, which was read as follows : Resolred, That the power of annexing the neopl of an independent foreign Suite to thia Union is not delegated to Congress, nor to the Executive, nor to any depart ment of the Government, but is reserved to the people. Objections bing made. Mr. A. moved that the rule be suspended, nnd asked the Yeas and Hays thereon, which were p-fused, and the motion to ?tis pend wr.s rejected. Afterwards offered in course, and laid on the table. Widxesoay, Sept. 20. In the ate, memorials and petitions were present ed bv Mr. Swift, of Vt., and Mr. Niles, of Conn, remonstrating against the an nexation of Texas to the Union ; which were laid on the tabic according to the rule. Mr. Wright, from the Committee on Finance, reported tru bill for remitting the. duties on certain goods destroyed by the great fire in New-York, which was read and ordered to second reading. Mr. Niles rose and mide nn elaborate reply to the remarks of Mr. Rives. His main position is that the government has nothingto do with the rurrencv, except sn far as its own receipts and disbursment are concerned. In the House, the morning hour was occupied in the reception and disposal of petitions and memorials from different States, on various subjects, were all laid on the tiblvj without being read or refer red. Mr. Cnmbreleng from the committee of Ways and Means, reported the bill which has passed the Senate, on the subject of and fjilures and expenditures of the Flor ids war. The House resumed, in committee of the Whole, (Mr. Haynes in the Chair.) the consideration of the bill postponing the fourth instalment Mr. Shepherd, of N. C.irolim, spoke against the bill, on the ground that the money had become the property of the Smtrs. Mr. Sibly urged that i!ie f.iuh and hon or of the Government and reiisrious They are to be fitted with HalTs patent condensers, in addition to the com mon ones. She displaces at 10 feet deep, 2.740 tons of water; her computed ton nage is I.S'NI fntw At ili,.- .ra l.r.... a hand The Republic expects every ery adJitional inch displaces 18 tons. ...... u, uo ms amy : w, annex two forms j The average speed is expected to be 20:J of pennons, either of which may be used, nautical miles per day. and consumption J he other petitions to Congress, and of coal 30 tons. The best Welsh coal is those to the State Legislator thnul.lnnt n 1, .,.i i. : .l . i -.i o - ' " ..... .. Kjy uo '4, i ix en ir ii i.i i ( i iriar ni ivn ireeoom no nne ivisnincr the perpetuity of our republican institu tions no friend of humanity and of God, should remain an idle spectator. A crisis maUe the outward voyage to New-York ) in IS days, and homeward in 12. consum j now be foTvarde.'l, but should be k. pt, an 1 : thoroughly circulated, th ,o carry inl nirK,h Ec.;r , r"!Pr ' Saturday Skpt 3 .n.t, ?' ua 'V eslan 8 n0xv, j" a voyaSe of this gigantic steamer, along The sub'reaVur- syltVmd InJed" rolled off your hands, we hope side ot which others look like little flash- i ne suo .reasur , s stem v. d;scused vou vi 1 cmvp tU (.th,.r momft, .,u ! i .1.- l. T T r ' i J ; VU.VMU.O ll"UOa.i. a "" j-"er were .iessrs. rving prompt and effcient attention ox vjeorgin, oirarigc, Ues, lCives, Cal houn, and Tip'on. In ihe House, numerou? petitions were presented praying against the admission of Texas into the Union. Mr. Wise's resolution for an investiga tion into Ihe Florida war, was taken up, and a violent nnd personal controversy en- ing to chee; fulness. Boston Gaz. Large Adipose Tumor. An adipose tumor, weighing 18 pounds, and measur ing 27 inches around the neck, was suc cessfully removed last week, from the back of a woman, a?ed about 60, in Kn nebunk. Me. The tumor was removed in eight minutes. It had been grow-in? nearly 20 years. Mc lical Journal. A manufacturer near Dewsbury, hns disrovered an improvement in the mr.nu- lacture of glass, rendering it so pliable Let 1837 be a working year among the friends of freedom, end then, not only commerce ! but Slavery, shall loel " the press ure. Blank memorials of all kinds, and to any extent, may be had at this oilice We wish you to see that your county is suppln-d with them. Please direct -6 " I " 1 that they can make cloth or fabric of the I finest texture. They hive pieces of this j j rlass 2 yards Ion?, and from 9 inches to j oo inches in breadih ; they have also made some very fine ladies's head dresses or ornaments, from this materia!, whi- h are considered both curious and useful. sued between Mr. Wise and Mr. (Jholson j your orders to No. 143 Nassau-street, of Mississippi The rostponment bill was taken up, and Mr. Smith of Maine, made a long speech in favor of it, and Mr. Thompson and Hal stead against it. Monday, Sept. 2.. Mr. Cambreleng, from the Committee on Ways and Means, reported the following resolution: "Re solved that it is inexpedient to charter o National Bank." Mr. Mercer moved to lay the resolu tion on the table lost, yeas 89, nays 122 Tuesday, Sept. 20. The resolution, "that it is inexpedient to establish a na tional bank,'' was debated. The resolu tion from the Senate, to adjourn on the 9th of October, was violently opposed, and postponed till Monday. The bill post poning the4th instalment of thedeposites with the States, was taken up in commit tee. Mr. Adams insists that the States shall be paid the 4th instalment to the uttermost farthing; and to secure this payment he is willing to postpone it till January 1st, ISZ0 requiring that the money shall be paid and that, if the funds in the banks are not then available, the government stock in tho United States Bank shall he appropriated to the purpose and that, if that be ins'ltncient or unavaiiaoie, me H:;avy Dmagrs Caution fo Totc?is The town of LVlchertown. in this State, has lately been prosecuted, for injuries sustained by the upsetting of a waon in a travelled road of the town. Two ac tions were brought, one for damages, on account of the injury of a lady, and also tfl fl phi Ll fur tlin a:im nrch nt 'I'lua i .... ......... u. v.. ..v.il. JIH ... . . - , ,., trial occupied more than two days. The Ull,on5: u nen in IdCt ne (,!U n'n ow" nn Notice. The next ant.ua! me, i r the Baptist Convention ol Wrn.t i.t u r l be held at the Baptist nxetii g I onsc in Waterkury th? second Wetlnsuav (iJ;h) of October at ll o'clock, A. M. The Board will mtiattbc lorse of brother A. An frier, the evening r.reriou., at (J o'clock. Missionaries and rhurrh.es expecting piyinetits from thi Coweatica are requesiinJ 10 make their rt-rorts to tha subscriber two weeks j revicus to the niect ug. Wix.lard Kimball, Rec. A'cc. Brandon. Sept. 10, 1837. Walton's Daily Journal. Ihe subscribers will publish a daily paper dur ing the ensuing session of the legislature, of the size and in the form of the daily of last year, containing reports of the pro ceedings of the legislature, of Congress, and the new s of the dy. The paper will be issued in the afternoon of each dav, (Sundays excepted.) in time for ibeniaOs which close in the evening. Terms $1. fTl Members of the legislature and others, who will forward us the inpney shall receive one copy gratis for ereryfivo subscribers. The Watchman and Journal weekly will be furnished through the session for 25 cents three months for 50 cents. Printers copying th above for thres weeks wiil be furnished with the daily. E. P. Walton & Son. Monfpelier, Sept. 15, 1837. A Palpable Hit. Parson Taylor has preached a sprmon against specula tion, fie says that Satan was the first sreat land speculator. He showed the Savior a large tract ol country, and prom ised him the whole of it on certain con- New-York city. In behalf of the K. cutive Committee. H. B. Stanton, Cor. Sert. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. the time on merchants' revenue bonds, and for adjusting the unsettled balances with . i . r.l.. Certain tupujuc UJ- , .. . , - r,ia 1 as n senlntor would frive to nn Annlln These wen, rftrt withaut .meni- F ' - - - '"3 - t 'r hn; . . . House Bills on the same in me irur). . rJ j-V c .i i j r Indians in AVashixgton -The Sioux chie's and most distinguished braves about twenty-four in number, have been in Washington for some davs, and are objects of great curiosity. Thev are the most savage of all the delegations of the forest lords who have visited us having no acquaintance with the manners, cus toms, or language of their white neigh bors. Their manners appear to be simple and inoffensive, and, as tr.ey wander about the streets, in parties of two and three, they stop at the stores and houses, and appear pleased with any attention or civil it y. They exhibit excessive fondness for glittering toys, and for whatever apper tains to dress. Their head dresses, tho' of simple materials, and often varied, would be admirable studies for the best French customers. Their dress consists of mocassins, leggin to the knee and a huntingshirt overall of which is grace fully thrown a blanket. Their thighs are perfectly nude and such thighs thev are mnt nnd the 7 - ... 1 tubject will 'herefore fall to th- ground. Mr. Cambreleng also reported against the Senate bill for issuing Treasury notes with amendments which were not read. These three bills were all referred to the committee on the whole. Mr. Wise's resjlti'bn offered yester day, calling for inquiry into the circum stances ol tho Florid i war, was taken up ; and Mr. llalsey, of Georgia, spoke at Wnjth, chiefly in reply to the remarks of Mr7 Cushing. made yesterdiy: nnd es pecially in defence of the conJuct of Geor gia in regard to the Indians. Mr. Cushing replied ; and in conclu sion moved to amend the resolution, so as to strike out that part which provides thit ANTI-SLAVERY From the Human Rijj'it. Office of the American A. S. Society.) New-Yor-, Sept. 11, 1937. ) Congress is now in session. From all we can ascertain, we believe an effort WILL BE MADE TO ANNEX TEXAS TO the Union ourixo its pkesrnt sit ting. Here it is of the highest impor tance, lhat nil memorialsagainst this meas ure, should be IMMEDIATELY yea, IM- MrniHTF.i.v sent o that body. We sug gest that thev be forwarded directly, by num. iu ouMiiiiii, jiunt ' j jjroteeuings, managed 10 avoiu IT. 1 ne and rillare. It is not necessary, nor do- j,,rv rtti rnc-d a verdict for the plaintiff of the OJimittecs shall be appointed by bal-! sirable that all the petitions from a county damages. treaty for a disposal of their lands east of the Mississippi. Damages for Sf.dpctiox. A case was tried in the Middlesex Court of Com mon Pleas, N. Y., on Thursday week, in which Ann Brown was plaintiff, to recov er damages of the defendant Gordon A. Sharp-, a teacher, for the seduction of her daughter. It was proved that he had paid his addresses to the pl.iiut.fi s daughter lor almost a year, but havinir destroyed I the hat-store of Mr. St. John, onnosite the City Hotel, winch appears to be of the very best quality. It is from the N rth ami t.in nunufictorv; and for bril'i incy jury returned a verdL-t for the plaintiff, in both cases; damages iu the one $1,170 ; in the othei 8300. These being doubled by the s'a'ute, make the round sum of twenty-four hitn- d'-ed dollars ! Add 'o this the cost and fees of counsel, and probably the amount will not fall short of $3,000--a pretty se vere rebuke to the town for its alleged negligence. Salem (Mass) A'' v. Commonweatth rs. Doct. William Gravis This is one of the most sin gular and interesting cases which ever came up for examination before our Po lice. The defendant is charged with vi'irdtr, in having caused the death of Mart Ann Wilson, in producing an abor tion of a child with whicli she was preg nant, by the use of an instrument with which lie severed from the hdy of its mother, the said Mary Ann Wilson, a child, which in the course of a few days, caused the dath of the said mother. Messrs. Mann and W'niiworth appear ed as counsel for the government. Low ell Adr. The signs of a revival of business have already been noticed in this pappr. Some what of the remembered bustle of former years begins to be heard in Pearl stre.-t ; drays josde against each other, and the sidewalks are again encumbered with bales and box s. Traders arrive from the south, the north, and west, to make their purchase? an l other arrangements before the arrival of winter, and one by one the thn alsof intercourse- between this great mart and t ri different regions of the ciuntry, which had been violently mapped asunder, are re-united. N. Y. Ere. Post Ameiucan Silk. We have examined several h'rq;e parcels of sewing silk, at her character, and abused her confidence he left her. The child, which was the fruit of their intercourse, he refused to i i . i i-. .i m.iiiH iH, uuj iv some miormai uy in me inch of it! Lynn Mirror The Yellow Fever at New-Orleans. There were 75 interments in New Orleans, on Sept. I4ih, and 116 on the 13 and 10th, of whom 151 were in Potter's Field mostly poor persons. A number die of whom no account i. receiv ed. The mona'ity is evidently on the in crease. The Journal of Commerce estimates the decrease in the circulating medium of the country, since the first of January, at 866 600.000. Of this, $46,600,000 "is estimat ed to be in paper and $20,000,000 in gold and silver. The dinner at Guildhall, to which the Queen is invited by the city of London, is expected to cost more than $100,000. It may be estimated that New-England will not purchase, the present year, more than one half the quantity of bread stuffs she look from the middle Stales last year. Cincinnati, Sept. 16. loJuce at he canal still tend? downwards. Flour, this afternoon, $4 58 per barrel. The Hon John Qaincy Adams present ed one hundred and thirty petitions to the House on Monday last, against theannex- anon oi ie.as to u:c u. aiaies. uostim Press. The Abolilionists of Massachusetts hold their Annual State Convention in Wor cester on Wednesday next. It is said an effort wrill be mide by the ''clerical aboli tionists," to pass resolutions condemning ihe conduct of Mr. Garrison. lb. Can al Tolls. The tolls collected on tho New-York canals up to the 15th inst., amounted to 8722,268 30. Mr. Greely, the agent of Miine to take the census of Mad i w.isca. his b nm im prisoned again by the Uri'ish. Vermont Watchman. New-England Methodist Anti Slav eryConvention. The New-England Methodist Anti-Slavery Convention will be held, by divine permission, on tho 25th and 26th of October next, nt Lynn. Mass. The call for this Convention will appear in the Watchman next week or the week following, with the names ap pended. A preparatory meeting will b held on the evening of the 24th of Oct. This notice is given to afford our breth ren in the ministry and membership, suf ficient time to make suitable arrange ments to attend ; and it is hoped that thero will be a full repicsentaiion, from each cf the Conferences in New-England. Wo f?sk the prayers of our christian friends, generally, that the Spirit of God may di rect our deliberations, on that occasion. T. M err itt. O. Scott, Sept. 26, 1837. La lioy Sunderland. WEEKLY RECEIPTS. A. Killmore $4 50 R. Mumford 2 00 E. Anjier 125 Clwrle Dean 2 00 J. W. Kibbey 2 45 W. Durfee 160 P. W.Kibbey 2 45 Amos Clark 50 S Langdou 2 00 John Spauldin 2 00 H. Hoyt 2 00 B. Z. Spautding 2 50 Roderick Baldwin 100 Geo. Walker 4 00 NAKIUED, In Newhaven.on the I8thult. by W. W.Moor, Edward .kwelt, to Harriet Iiradly, both of that p'ace. Dl EI) Iii thi" town, on Sa'urdpy last, Mara, fife of Russel Ide. and daugl.ter of Danil Flint. 16. In MHdiehurv. on the 15th alt. Mary Phe!p, wife of Dea. Elijah Wel)m, 76 Iu Rockingham. 8th u.t. David PartrMee, 8. In Wfji Kuiland, on h 19th a!t., IIepilh Purdy, relict of Po'omon Purdy, iu tho eighty seventh ear of her a?e. In Mendon. l'-uh ut.. Sibal RedwmJaon, moth er of Kufus Richardson, 65. hi Cl irendon. 20th ult , Gideon Hoott, 89. At 'he State Piison in Windsor, 23d ult .John P. Davis, a resident ol Pittslord and a convict aed ahout 30 yeais. In U"i od-'.ock. 20th ult , Auttiu VN'aslbuin, ion of llavnah.is Wasliburn. 15. In Wo'ulMork, 17th ult., Tsaar Pon. 61. In Hrid..eAater, 19th u;t , Rebecca, wife of Abial Woodward. 2-; In Penson, 17th u'f , Ira Hiram, 66. In ("Juilforl, 19th ult., Zephaniah St.epardaon, aged 82. In Uii lf.-rd, 12th nit , Uii.di Aahcraft. 68. In Hratiieboro, 12dm!t., William Cioa,Jr. 29. In Ikrl n, 10th u t., Jhn Faiman, 68. varies ol' thread, and slren-rth lot. should be attached together. It wil Thursday. Sept. 21. Skkatb. peti-jcasion too mfoch delay ; and if done, ramnniiriiirKriKrninst 1 nrodnce no better eflvt. Thy 'i oe- will II go Cattle in Philadklphia. The edi tor of the Natioml Gazette is indebted to the courtesy of Messrs. Thomas & Son, tMMjTTci viiic.w iau, .A - : r . . ' j.flnP me counes v oi r the annexation ol Texas to me unueu posju " 'JU"nr,.""8lf VV for the following correct list of the prices Mr.' Wright, fromthe Committee on Fi-j Before being sealed up, each memorial nance, reported a bill for .naking addition- should be endorsed on the b..ck, as toi.ow. al anoproprialions for carryinsr on the j Memorial of (here insert the number on WaT against the Indians in Florida, ap- j si-ner.s) citizens, (or worn', or legal rot-, propriating 1,600,000, which wat rend j ers as the case may be) in the lomi of , j " " . I A 1 tr. aioAnil r vn A . ' in th raii.il.lll if . rt.n.d State Ol i to tht asraivst the annexation of Texas United Stales.11 The memorials rrnv be sent either to lower vour own Senators, or to your own iep- i resentatives, accompanied by a letter from - some one oi tne memorials, r' profit,hle possible, is known to the member o ; Congress. We surest that this letter , ! should request the member not io present j NVojbjne the memorial until tnere is sof mo ment towards annexation by the fnenJs ol the measure. , . If, for any reason, you do not think it best to senl the memorial to you own Senator or Ueprcsentitive, we would sug- rest the names ot Uamf.l w "r- Thomas Morris, of the Senate, and J. U Adamb, Caleb Cushino, John bAR crast. NatrlB BoRDKN.and David Russell, of the House of Representatives who, with many others, we understand, are decidedly opposed to the annexation, and who will faithfully present them. It matteti not how small is the number of names. rnrark!l vou have obtaineJ all Vou ran ;n VMM. Xn ntLiched to your memorial. Send it ox. It may be the feather that shall turn the scale. . Unless theTe is a prospect of obtaining a larffe edition of names, by a farther cir culation, wo think that its' transmission to Congress should be delayed no longer. If, hotvereT. a large accession of signa tures canvWoUained in a day or tno, it should be secured at once. tJeiicia Celebrity In the House, Mr. Ho.vard of Mary- l.rwt nr.Mnrpl snrn memorials for coin- pensauon for spoliations committed on the S.-nato or Hoi se of ' T-1111'-,! Nonsnc American commerce, prior to the year j Generally, they should be vent to on, ot , 1803. bv the governor. ot l ranee. your own ocuawis, . r -u. ... .. . , Ruby Mr. "Thomis, from the Committee on the Judiciary, reportel a resolotion which was this fnorning adopted by that com mittee, viz: Resolved, thut it is inexpe dient for this Committee to report a bill l . for a bankrupt law at tne special session ofCongreM. " Mr. Cambrelenj here called for the or diTS of the d.iy: and the bill postponing the fourth instalment was takf n up in com mittee of the whole, and Messrs. Loomis of Ohio, Janes, of Vt., Atherton, of N. H. and others, spoUe on the subject. Mr. Brijgs opposed the bill on the ground that the non payment would be a breach of contract between the Govern ment of the U. States and the States, in dependent of the inconvenience the latter would be pu 0 irom naTia iiwwb piwin- ions for the' i-irettment of t the money. Mr. D. atgoed thb no..t for tome time 1 r . M.rrer odtained the flor, on whoso motion the committee rose and re ported. ' . . The Speaker laid before th? House a report from the Secretary of the Treasury, furnishing statemeats of the amount of onpaid duties accrued b-fore the fir half of the prescntyear . ' 'Also p cmmunicition from the- ar IVpartmenr, covering a return of the of cattle at the sale on Thursday. cows. Ruth Adelaide Minna Lucilla Em press Bi ighteyes Beauty Vermillion h 8360 490 520 480 420 490 540 430 410 30 370 515 550 G30 030 403 4r,0 480 BULLS. Colossus Nimrod Hector Sir Robert Melbourne Primo Maxwell Lewelyn Colostra Misr Brutus D,-!iffht oi CDior, t of textur.', we defy S:i'a I fiflJs, Lyons, or theceks'.ial empire i;st If t exceed it. Jb. ! of S3, COO Sudden Dkath. Oji the 9th instant two v'Hin? men were gunninrr in IV qiunnoc, Morris coun'vnear Col. Mnir's mine, wluti the gun of one of ihem was accidentally discharged while inthenctof primin?, and the contents entered the fore head of Jacob Y'onmans, aijvd about 20 The English Navy consists of 22.000 seamen anl 10,0J0 marines the army TEMPERANCE he has enlarged and filttsi and MOUSE. would inform the PTOTICES. 470 475 350 320 310 400 210 260 470 330 370 years, who died in a fLnv minutes after. Newark Daily Adc. t he re- Prince of Wales 3 10 Lord Fairfax 250 Bruce 300 fJ3" The above are Dvrhim Shoit Horns just imported. Petitions. A petition to Congress, has been forwarded from Shrewsbury Mass., against the admission of Texas, signed by two huidred and thirty-three legal voters of that town, comprising men of all parties. The whole number of votes given in thet.vn,at the last con tested election, last fall, was but ttro hun dred and ttco. Sandwich Islands A letter from Oahu of May 29, says -This place is in an uproar, in consequence of on insult to the British flay, perpetrated by tbe na tives, in the seizure of two Catholics from the island, on religions grounds. The flag was publicly burned in the street N. Y. Spe. Wheat at New-Albany, Indiana, is down to 62 cents. At Corydon, in the fame State, the 2d inst. it was 73 cents D. D. Warner, of N;nv-Yorlc, has re covered 6500 and costs, in the U. S. Cir cuit Couit held nt Hartford, Conn , against James Goodwin, Jr. nf Hartford, as com p nsation for injuries sustained by Mr. Warner by being overturned, last winter, in a stage coach belonging to the defend ant. A Y. Spectator. Mi;higin is abiut establishing a State University with twenty-two professor ships, from the avails of her rich school land. A branch is to be formed in each county, containing among others a de partment of Agriculture. Boston Press. The cotton crops are said to be materi ally injured in many parts of the south ern country by hurricanes. We observe that one has passed through S. Caolina. The Red River region rarely ever escapes one of these destructive tornadoes. Mo bile Chronicle. The Senate of the United Stat, s has, in concurrence with the Hous, banished from the Capitol and its grounds all spirit uous liquors, and forbid their sale tnerein. Bos. Brtss. With all our fine crops of wheat and corn. Flour is selling at 811 per barrell. This shows clearly the band of the spec ulator. Boston Press. . The Hon. Mr. Wisa declared, on the flnoi of Congress, that the cruel, merci less and disgraceful war which we have waged against the Florida Indiana, has already cost thibtt billions or dol lars! Burlington Free Press: tCj Appointments for preaching. Ur. J. A!, liecman will preach wilhiMhc bounds of ihe Enosburgh Conference, in the north part of this State, where he labored last year. Appointments as follows: in the Brick School House, at South Fairfield, Sabbath, the 15ih, at North Fairfield, the 16 tli, Enosburgh Centre, 17th, Montgomery Centre, 18ih, Uichford Mills, 19th, Franklin Centre, 20ih of Oct. next: all tube alteuJed at 6 o'clock P. M. 27th of September 1837. Notice. The Board of the Convention will call on the subscriber, near the Meet inghouse, for information respecting enter tainment. All others, coming up Onion River, will call at Elder Sutler's, just be low the village, for information. Those coraiog down the lliver, will call at E. S. Newcomb's. at the upper end of the village. Those coining from the North, will call at Dea. Dillingham's, just North of the meet inghouse. A. Angier. Waterbury, Sept., 1S37. rEnilE subsc ilber JlL public lhat un his house in the fi rt ate ttvie, opened it as a public house, on the strict principles of temperance. Thos;? friendly to a house of the above character, are in vited to give, it their patronage. The lo cation is central and plensant in the vil lage of Moutpt Tier, and will be a qui-t home for members of the legislature dur ing the coining session. H. Y. BARiVES. Monlpelier.Sept. 25. Ib37. l:3w LIST OF LETTERS, 1TJ)EMA1MNG in the Post Office at ilk Brandon, Oct. 1, 1337. Broughton A. W. McLaughlin Seth Barnes Ebenezer Merriam David Jr. Buckland Hiram 2 Pond Zebulon Beardsley EbenezerPowers Jacob Coal Lewis Powel Vashti Mrs. Carpenter Chas. P. Prentice Elijah CaulisMathn Richmond Gilbert Colby William Rosseter Joel Davenport Thomas Rire Esther E. Miss Greene Harriett Robison Manvel Gary Misseur Sheldon Jas. K. Holcomb Lois Mrs. Smith CatherineMr Havdon A. M. Mrs.Smith Columbm O. Hune Hart Pat: Hendee Horace Huntington R. E. Henderson Jerome Humphrey Win. Jennings James rj3" The next quarterly meeting of the Vermont Branch of the Northern Baptist Education Society will be held at the house of brother A. Angier, in Waterbury, the second Wednesday in October, at 6 o'clock, P. M. As the Secretary of the Society has removed fro n the State, by i " . n : r... nis request, an ruiumuincaiiuus iui i j n tJcara may oe aairessea io me suoscnuci. y.t.iam Ad.-n Wi llabd Kimball Sec. pro tent, j bon E Brandon, Sept. 19, 1S37. j Millie Da xil ch Sarah Simonds John Jr. Sexton J. W. Slebhins Leivitt F. Strong Lydia Mr. Sti kie Abtl 'J'olman LavinaMis Tolman Daniel Dailt Patriot. The subscriber will issue a daily, during the session of the Legislatare. It will contain report of the proceedings of both houses, also the doins of Congress nd the carreot news of the day; -?Trma, 9L W. Clark. Mdntpeltf, Sept. 25, 1537. Ino-als Albert Johnson Melbe S.TownEendGideoifl. Johnson IBertj. W. ViVhomaa EiiZA Mr. i it us Aiden . Whitney I.C Whitehorn Jemes WrihrTohn 5 Webster Siias R Lir Manin Boyal K1- Goshen. Alexander Cyrus Bride William Buttles Lorii i Durkee A vbel Browri Rhoda Mrs. Sticknev Ion Vt. EDWARD JACKSON, P. i, n n