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V E R M O NT , T E L E G E A E H . VOL. XII. no. Laws of Vermont. tiono join or be joined in such suits, and except lag also those cases where special part ners shall be held severally responsible on account of any funds by them received or with drawn from the common stock, before provided. , LIMITED PARTNERSHIPS.. , 12. No dissolution of a limited; part . . . u: .utMn8....nershiD shall take nlace. excent'bv onera- finercaiitile.inecnanjcaior luauuiaL- - -r - REVISED STATUTES CHAPTER LXXV. or business within this stile, may be formed by tAO or more persons, upon the terms, aud subject tojthe condition! and liabilities, prescribed jtflhii chapter, but nothing contained in this chapter shall authorize such- partnerships for the pur nose of banking or insurance. - i i r. .u - -r ouca parmersuipa ,ll,J cousisi--ui one or more persons, wp.o shall be called general partners, and shall be jointly and severally responsible, as general partners now are by la at, -and of one or more per sons, who shall contribute to the common stock a specific sum, in actual cash pay ment, as capital, and who shall be called special partners, and shall not.be person ally liable for . any debts of the partner; shfp, except in the cases hereinafter speci fied. ; f-. 3. The persons forming auch parner ships, shall make, and severally sign a cir'.ificate, which shall contain the name or firm1-under which such ' partnership is to be conducted, the names and the res pective places of residence of .all the gen eral and special partners, distinguishing who are general and who are special part ners, the amount of capital which each special partner has contributed to the com mon stock, the general nature of the bu siness to be transacted, and the time when the partnership is to commenceand when it is to terminate. 4. No such partership3 shall be deem ed to have been formed until a cirtifieate, made as aforesaid, shall be acknowledged y all the partners, before a justice of the peace and recorded in the town clerk's of fice in the town in which the principal place of the business is situated, in a book to be kept for that purpose, open to public inspection: and if the partnerships shall have places of busines. situated in differ ent town?, the certificate aforesaid shall be recorded in each of such towns: and if any false statements shall be made in any such certificate, all the persons interested in the partnership shall be liable as gener al partners, for all the engagements there- of. ,5. The partners shall, for six success ive weeksimmediately after such certificate shall be recorded, publish a copy thereof: in a newspaper printed in the county j where their principal place of business is ; Situated, and if no such paper be there printed, then in a newspaper printed in an adjoining county in this slate; and in case such publication be not so made, the part nership shall be deemed general. G. Upon every renewal or continuation of a limited partnership, beyond the time originally agreed upon for us duration, a certificate, thereof shall be made, acknwl edged, recorded and published, in the like manner a is provided in this chapter for the original formation of limited partner ships, and every such partnership which shall not bo renewed in conformity with the provisions of this section shall be deem ed a general partnership. 7. The business of. the partnership shall be conducted Under a firm, in wnich ,the names of the general partners only shalj be inserted, without the, addition of the word company, or any other general term : and the general partners only shall transact the business ;.and if the name of any special partner shall be. used in such firm, with h:s consent or privity, or if he shall personally make any contract res pecting the. concerns of the partnership, with any person except the general part ners, he shall be deemed and treated as a general partner. - 8. During the continuance of any part nership, under the provisions of this chap ter, no part "of the capital stock thereof the certificate before mentioned, unless a notice of such dissolution, shall be record ed and published, in like manner as the original certificate, as herein before direct ed to be recorded and published. 13. In all casses not otherwise provid ed lor in this chapter, the members of lim. ited partnerships shall be subject to all the liabilities, and entitled to all the rights of general partners. - Ihe foregoing chapter will be in force on and after the 1st of January, 1840. shall be made wuhmlhfrty days after the day of passing of this act. , 3. It shall be the duty oi saia commit ee to close a contract with the person or persons making the best proportions for the interests of the state, also to report to the next General Assembly the names of all the persons making proposals of con tract, together withvthe propositions by them made; also to repoit tne contratt by them made, and also to stipulate in said contract that ihe superintendent of said prison shall at all times have liberty to inspect the books oi sucn contractor or contractors, so far as thev relate to the business and expenses at said prison, and to take therefrom such memorandums ss he may see fit. 4. This act shall take effect hnrnediate ly upon the passing of the same. Approved, November 11, 1839. LAWS Of VERMONT. Passed at the session of the General As sembly, in October q- November, A. D 1839. . 1. A Act, relating to the revised statutes. It is hereby enacted by lha Genera Assembly of the State of Vermont, as follows: 1. The committee who revised the stat utes, or any three of them, are hereby directed to prepare the same, with the Constitution of the Uuited States, and of this State, foi publication, as soon as may 1 a . ..or oe, ana maice a copious index to the whole, and a concise reference to each section at the head of each chapter, and contract with some responsible person to publish the same. ., 2. Before making any contract, such committee shall give notice, by publica tion in at least four newspapers printed in this State, that they will receive proposals lor printing the revised statutes, and shall make the contract with the person who shall propose to publish the sameon such terms as, in the opinion of such commit tee, will be: most advantageous to the State. 3. The contract shall stipulate for the delivery of one hundred and seventy-five copies of such statutes, when published, tor the beneht of the State. 4. When the printing of the revised statutes shall be completed, the commit tee, or any three of them, shall certify the same to have been examined and com pared by them with the original acts, and shall deposite a copy, so certified, in the office of the Secretary of'State, which shall be conclusive evidence of such stat utes. 6. Such certificate shall be printed in each copy of the revised statutes, publish ed under the direction "of the committee, and every copy so printed, in which such certificate shall be inserted, may be used evidence in all courts of justice, and in all proceedings before any officers, board or body m ihis State. : 6. This act shall be published with and as a part of the revised statutes. ; Approved, November 19, 1839. 2. A Act, in alteration of the act providing for the reporting of the decisions of the Supreme Court, approved November 1, 1837.. It is hereby enacted by the General Assembly-of" the State of Vermont, as follows : .1. Hereafter it shall not bs the duty of the reporter of the decisions of the Su premd Court, personally to attend the ses sion cf said, court, but in all other things his duties shall be the same as before the passing of this act. ' 2. Sochjreportsr shall annually receive, out of the treasury of this Stat four hundred and fifty dollars, insiead of sev en hundred dollars, as provided by the act to which this is an adlition and alteration. Approved, November 19, 1139. 3. As Act, relating to the State Prison It is hereby enacted bv the general As- shall be withdrawn, nor any division ofjsemblyof the State "of Vermont, es ful- interests or profits be made, so as to re- lows: , duce such capital stock below the sum 1. Charles Hopkins of Windsor. John stated in the certificate before mentioned, Moulton of Woodstock and Otis Cham- and if at any time during the continuance, berlin of Pomfret, are hereby appointed or at the termination of the partnerships, a committee, and they are authorized to the property or assset3 shall not be suffi-j let out, for a term not exceeding five cient to nav the nartriershin-debts, then I vears.r from arid after the 'twentieth dav of the special partners shall be severally held March next, to any person or persons who responsible for all sums by them in any will hire the same, the labor of all the way withdrawn, or divided, with interest convicts in said prison, on such terms as thereon from the time they were so with-J shall be agreed to & determined on by the drawn respectively. 1 committee herein before designated. 9. No general assignment by such part- Provided however, that no contract of . i ... r i I ' - j - l i . . . nersaip incase oi insolvency, or wnere uuing, 1 unaer wie aumrority ot tnis act, their goodi a.nd estate are insufficient fori shall, be valid unless the contractor orcon- the payment of all their debts, shall be va- tractors shall, at the time of entering into , lid, unless it shall provide for a distribu- such contract or contracts, give security, , tion of the partnership property among- all satisfactory to the committee, by bond me cre-uuura, m .proportion io me amount) vvun sureties execuxea xo tne treasurer o ' of their veral -claims, excepting taxes this Stats: conditioned that said contract ogainst the firm and claims of the gov- or or contractors. will wholly indemnify ernmer.i ox me unueu oiates, arising from anrl save harmless tne stUe from any ex honds for duties, which are first to be paid I pense .vhatever on account of said prison or secured. V that shall accrue during the term of such - 10. In case of an assignment, as pro. contract or contracts, and faithfully fulfi yiuru tyr hi p'i"uiii me as- lanu periorm tne contract or contracts so 'sent of the creditors shall, be presumed, made. unless they shall - within sixty days after Provided also, that nothing in this act -uw.w lucitui, ufituii wwvi vAuniy yr conu men sna i ne coni ruea in o-ivr by some act clearly implying such dissent; such contractor or contractors any rio-ht ana no sucn assignment suuu u vaiu, 13 interlere m the government oi the pris- unless nothe thereof shall be 'giveif jn on, ani "said prison shal be conducted somo newspaper, printed in the county and governed bv the superintendent and Where the principal place of. business of other officers thereof, in the same manner puny maiiing 14 is suuaiea, ana n no as nas heretofore been done. newspaper be printed in such county, then 2. Said committee raav receive and ae insoraa newspaper printed in the adjoin- cept proposals in writing for the hire o m-'fy j 1 -- ut.tv, ttiiiiu, wui.ctii mo iuuxi oau K.uu v icis, . a na mereon ajys alter tnemaKing or such assignment, cause a contract or contracts to be mad , 1 1., au suits respecting the business of such partnersnip, snail be prosecuted bv 4. As Act, in addition to an act entitled ""an act, for reguluting and governing the Militia of this btate, approved rov. 1, 1SJ7. It is hereby enacted by the General As sembly of the State of Vermont, as fol lows : - Chatter i. Officers. 1. So much of the fmt section of the third chapter of the act to which this is an addition as provides that the division inspector shall take precedence of any colonel of the line and so much as pro vides ior the appointment of one quarter master sergeant to each town, are hereby repealed. 2. In addition to the regimental stiff now required by law, it shall be the duty of the regimental . field officers to appoint one quarter-ma&ter sergeant. Chapter 11. - Duties of Officers. 1. So much of the second section of the fourth chapter of the act to Which this is an addition as makes it the duty of the adjutant and inspector general to at tend and take command at all regimental drills, and so much of the tenth section as requires the brigade inspector to attend the regimental drills, and regimental courts martial, be, and the same are hereby repealed. 2. It shall be the duty of the major generals to attend biennially the inspec tion and review of the several regiments of at least one brigade within their re spective divisions. It shall further be their duty to attend and take command at each officers drill within their respective divisions, provided by this act, to superin tend the exercises and maneuvers, and to introduce the system of discipline estab lished by law, and they shall take the command as drill officers so far as it shall be necessary to the execution .of those duties. 3. It shall be the duty of the briga dier generals, together with their staff, to attend biennially the inspection and re view of the several regiments in their respective brigades. 4. It shall be the duty of the com mandant of each regiment to appoint the place of all officers' drills oidered by the brigadier general in pursuance of this act, and to notify the major general of the division, in which they are located, thereof. It shall fuither be his duty at alt officers' drills within hrs regiment, in the absence of the major general, to drill his regiaient either by himself, or by some person appointed by him. 5. At all officers' drills anJ regimen tal musters directed by this act, the adju tant of the regiment shall take precedence 01 any captain of the line. 6. The returns required by the thir teenth section of.the fourth chanter of the act to which this is an addition, shall include the amount of all executions is-1 sued by the regimental courts marua previous to the first day of July. And it shall be the duty of the commandant of each company to annex to his annual re turn a list of all those within tne limits of his company, who are exempted from military duty in time of peace only. Chapter in. Uniform. I. So much of the militia act of 1837, t i as requires tne chaplain, surgeon, and surgeon's mate of each regiment, to be uniformed, be, and the same hereby is, repealed. The uniform of the surgeon, and n's mate of each regiment, shall be as follows: Citizen's black hat, coat and pantaloons, boots and spurs, red sash, black rose cockade with white one inch eagle plate, the surgeon with white two inch star on the right breast, and sur geon's ma'.e the same upon the left breast, with horse equipage as now provided for field and staff officers. Chapter lv. Independent Companies and Cccvcdry. 1. The first section of the seventh chapter of the act to which this is an addition, and so much of the third section as makes the enlistment of minors into independent companies void, be, and the same hereby is repealed. 2. The commanding officer of any company of light infantry, riflemen, artil lery, or cavalry, may from time to time fill up his company by enlistments from any of the standing companies in their respeetrve regiments. I'rovtded, That he and against the general partners only, ex cert in those cases, in which provision is made io this chapter, that the spechl part ners,shill be deemed general partners.anJ th3t special partnerships shall be. deemed general partnerships; in which case all the partners deemed general partners may 4. Each 'brigadier general may or ganize one company of cavalry in "each regiment in his brigade, upon the recom mendation of the colonel of said regiment. The officers of the cavalry shall furnish themselves with good - horses, at least fourteen hands and a half high, and shall be armed with a sword, and pair of pis tols, the holsters of which shall bo cov ered with" bear-skin cups. Each horse man shall furnish himself with a service able horse, of at least fourteen hands and a half high, a good saddle, bridle, mail- pillion and valise, holsters, a breast-plate and crupper, a pair of boots and spurs, a pair of pistols and sabre, and cartridge box, to contain twelve cartridges for pis tols. No man shall be enlisted into any troop of cavalry, unless he shall own an'd constantly keep a suitfble horse and fur niture for that service. And if anv ner- son, who shall belong to anv troon of I L I I N l . cavalry, snan be destitute ot a suitable horse and furniture for more than three months at any one time, he shall be dis charged from such corps, by the captain thereof, and be enrolled in the standing company in which he resides. And when any dralt or detachment shall be made from a troop of cavalry for actual service, the men thus drafted" or detached shall march with their own horses: and before their march, their horses shall be an praised by three indifferent men, to be appointed by the commanding officer cf the brigade from which such detachment shall be made. The commissioned, non commissioned officers and musicians 0 cavalry companies, shall not be require 10 auenu tne regimentil drills provided for in this act. And the members of such companies shall be exempt from taxes as tney weie-previous to the passage of the act to wnicu this is an addition. Chapter v. Compensations. 1: So much of the first section of the eighth chapter cf the act to which this i in addition as provides for the payment to the adjutant and inspector general of three dollars per day for drilling, and also so much of the proviso as provides that th officers atttmding the rerrimentnl rnnric l i q - wvva martial shall not receive any compensa tion, be, and the same hereby is, repealed 2. The drilling officer at any regi mental drill shall receive for each dav's attendance the sum of three dollars, and, if he be the major general of the divis ion, or the commanding officer of the regiment, the further sum of six cents for each mile's travel. 3. The officers attending the regimen tal courts martial ordered by the Militia Act of 1837, shall receive the sum of one dollar for each' day's attendance and six cents for each mile's travel. 4. The adjutant and inspector general shall receive an annual salary of two hundred and fifty dollars, to be paid out of the treasury of the State. 5. Eich commissioned, non-commissioned officer and musician shall be paid for each day's attendance, at any regi mental drill m their respective regiments, the sum of one dollar. Chapter xi.Ru'es and Articles. 1. The twenty-fjurth article of the ninth chapter of the act to which this is in addition, be and the same hereby is repealed. 2. All delinquents, to be tried before a brigade court martial, shall be served with a copy of the charges and specifica tions preferred against them, at least ten days previous to the time of the trial. 3. Every, non-commissioned ofa'er, musician aud private who, being duly ordered, shall unnecessarily neglect to appear at any election of company offi- 1837, and one session of said court shall be holden in each town, in trie month of June annually - y the British Qu i 1 1 r 1 1 1 P i r . . 1 1. . j 2. The executions issued Dy the regim-1 -1 we received au iittwi,e le-; ( eni.u. court maruai suuu w .J iue , ileji.h ' " KZ ...ninr field officer present, and made ie- ". ta a t I " A. ill 111 . 1 tumable to regimental head quaiters, 3. All non-commissioned company of ficers, who have incurred any penalty for nonappearance, or nontquipnent or uni- .!. .1 . " orm, at anv Officers uriii, or regimental iobseryid its iffkcts? VeUl r l- I . s. j that Ihe i(.ia;.n ,l .t : - .i - - . - u.i many HI CaUUj a long ince.ru cuied cf eld seated U " ir.nt thv . j ii, uvc etc Ml., . w;o is a LeiU-r judge than tr who litorV1 MADE ailJ ADMINISTERED the Mfi-i 1 ) bilious Ijftctioiu. Cholera mcrLuM. f. uuci u ueu uii uuiv, , u r0ieumalii .(llticuIarlv ' or neglect to warn snail oe summoneu De- INFLAMMATORY miLU.MvriSM fore tne regimental courts ma.t.al auu tn- D D,uLta , J' ed as other delinquents are. J "Jx, All commissioned staff and compa FtVERS or ALL KlXbs, nv officers, and all non-commissioned staff ianJ 111 many other diseases, in t; c,r crst officers, who shall ucur any pe.nhy for XZti if. 3 non-annearance, non-equipment or uni- is dol,e :,!, re. 8Ucces OVl.r . ... li - a- u i l!T i. . . form, at any officers' drill 9 regimental : muster, or election, and all commandants bf companies who shall incur any penal ty for non-appearance, non-equipment or uniform, at anv company irainm ' or elec tion, shill be amerced by the adjutant of ! prostrated by a fever, we think he MidTu thev belong, on1 i A"" r .m., thehe is where the rnedu iue is hioit tu' 7 We conversed with a geuilemin in tiiiitor " August last.it vras ilr. John Moiison lstn ... . Mr. James iMorison, the Hygeist, w,0 t,Z. day or two, here, whilst ou his iravthj twi the slates: he informed us that he u. P1' lintlnro1 t friprir ami itlivii'inu . i " j r -j " iivm tud past recovery." His failier disimose,! t;,e cl bicians iitid saiJ, l ttiink 1 ca.t Sde J.j-6 ct.nmiericeJ wiih (30) thirty No. 2 l,,i:i''i'4' did not have the dsiied ctltct, anJ Lc ile't doses of sixty mXo. 2 IHlls and continued tU doses for several days, until he was iut oj'T ger. Virulent Diseases requiie large D.mL Large doses, ia seaou, wiJ prevcu a !c:i,, Mr. Lemuel Curtis. knon by ali in ;, the regiment to which shall be tried before the regimental court martial next to be holden in thj town in which the delinquent resides. 5. In all cases in which fines are made payable to the regimental quartermaster, and payment is made to him "after am ercement issued, cost shall be taxed to the time of payment. o. m case oi uia aoseuce u. inauiiy ex anJ vicit,i,y: v,.a8 aid u? whh the quaitjr master and quarter master j Rheumatism, bad to be lifted iniu" (,,f.3f sergeant, the colonel fchall have power to authorize any indifferent person to serve amercements and levy executions. 7. Where the fine in which tne delin quent is amerced is remitted by the regim ental court martial in consequence of an excuse, which was not rendered to the cap tiin within twelve days after the June training, costs of citation, service of the same, witnesses' and court fees shall be taxed against the delinquent, and execu tion may issue therefor. And in all cas es in which execution issues, twenty-five cents shall be taxed for it. 8. Where judgment is rendered for a fine by the regimental court martial, the following fees are to be taxed as cost, viz: For the officer serving the amercement, or a subpeena for witnesses, six cents per mile for travel, six cents for reading, and j seventeen cents for copy; for the captain, twenty-five cents for the amercement; and for court fees, twenty -five cents for judg ment by default, and fifty cents for judg ment on hearing. The cost taxed for ex ecution and couit fees shall be paid by the collecting officer, with the fines, to the regrmeiitjl quartermaster. 9. Witnesses, attending before the regimental courts martial, shall be allow ed the sum of fifty cents for each and ev ery 6ay's attendance, and five cents per mile for travel, to be paid by lha delin quent, i( judgment is rendered against him, but out of any funds in the hands of the quarter master, if the delinquent is excused. 10. All executions issued by the regi mental court martial- shall be directed to, and levied by, the qnartermaster or regi mental quaitermaster sergeant. The regimental qnartermaster shall have pow er to serve citations and levy executions throughout the stat., and the regimental quartermaster sergeant shall have the same power throughout the regiment to which he is attached. 11. In case of the absence or inability of a majority of the field officers to at tend any regimental court maitial, any one of the field oflcers.-shall have pawertj lujoura saiu couu, noi exceeumg juuavs. any cers, at the time and place appointed, shall torteit and pay the sum of one dol lar, to te collected in the same manner as .1 r r otner tmes ior non-appearance at company training now are. 4. Every commisoioned officer who, being duly ordered, shall unnecessarily neglect to appear at any election of field officers, at the time and place appointed, shall forfeit and pay the sum of two dol lars. 5. The third and fourth sections of the ninth chapter of the act to which this is in aidition, shall be construed to extend to all cases in which compensation is pro vided for officers and soldiers by this act. Chapter Trainings, Musters and Drills. 1. The commissioned, non-commissioned officers and musicians of each regim ent, in the uniform prescribed by virtue of the Militia Act ot 1&37, shall, biennially, rendezvous, bftween the 20th day of Aug ust and the 25:h dav of September, with in their respective limits, t.vo days, suc cessively, for the purpose of drilling and improvement in military discipline: the days of rendezvous to be designated in orders by the commandant of brigade. 2. The third and fl'th sections of ihe tenth chapter of the act to which this is in addition be, and the same are, hereby je pealed. 3. The militia of this slate shall be as sembled in the year 1840, and eve-ry sec ond year thereafter, in the month of Sep tember, for review, inspection and disci- BLACKSMITMNG. To gentlemen of this vicinity, and travel lers ich'j may need Bhchmi'.hing cn their journeying tkis icay : SMS 5iy Clacksniithiug business I've lately re moved To a shop near the bridge; which I thiuk much improved In construct km. Ii'b warm, an J to which I've at taeh'd A good shed, counting-room, and I think it not nuich'd By a plio. iu thase parts in appendage ; such As will gl nldf.il the hearts oi my customers much, lu the cold, stormy weather. And when you shall come, You may warm a3 you please, in t'aa shop, or smalt room. Aud while warming, read newspapers such as you please, Of the lot I shall keep ; nud atrons them are these: Liberator, Evangelist, Vermont Telegraph, Tetrp'rauce Union, Gazette, Voice and Mar; and you'd laugh Should 1 mention me whole. But suffice it to say. Warm and read what you wish, it will cost you no pay. I've three workmen ou hand, and two helpers be idrf, . And a good lot of stock, with which I'm satisfied, Aud will u arrant it good. Thuse who call need not frar, Should they pay pretty prompt, that their work will come dear. And 1 think those who pay best, I shall the first serve, T or a general rule ; but if need Ixi, may werve rom Uuj practice, Iliad ii-..t: !.. i i . 1 ucj; ins limoa wen swotted very lar"it;$i, were very acute; he had been ltjiiiv4i a things without re'.ief: by the prrsujs MZ tf Hn C. Johnson, aaiust his wishes, he s.i.i toibfo a Sri package of Moiifeo.r AicdiYLes j, them was cured. Ite bad this riifoiuia'jtinf-j Mi. Curtis bim-elf, he is here ar.d ciale'i-k j quired of concerning it. Mra- Johnson, L.o, to most of Ihe inhabitants of Burlington, laid up with the smuq i.isea-e, L.tUmnatoT Rheumatism, and could ctl no relief, !.t vi.i .1 us for a pacKae of MoribonV Medicine, zuint wiiet. i nad raken the jijth dosj. ihe Sie!iis.j an I the pains b. gan to leave rue, and ti o;e,?. who have had this disease, cau realize tUe La;4 ness of ABSENT PALY. Motion's Pills cured Mis. Johnson. W e oftco think we never iiil pul lish ar.ctla word about Medicine, but situated a ieif, where we have inconlextible v idence A the in trinsic woith of Moiison 's Pili and sec llwliifj DO cure very many, who in all human to ity. wou'd otherwise d.e soon, or dra? out a Li- erable, sickly existence, we wdl speak eS write we will let the sick know whcielkr can depend upon getting a good thorouli-tii i vegetable medicine, w bice will cure if i e sevn. ed in, and used alight: we cll u;ioti Hyjeritj renew their interest, lo take agencies if rhev needed in their vicinity, to circulate the Pan mV leis, nooks ana vietiiciue. ' I mih is rnhUy ani ill prevail EXPERIENCE lus eu;ifj Hygeism.' Many through ig loru. r tuj preju dice, neglect to use this Medicine: wLea lud theyuied it, woriLl have been dou'.Ay Ue. Every Package sold in the i-Mie -J Ytm.oi.t.i in Ihe towns boidcring on Lae ChamUb u the state of New Yoik. will be signet iu ing by PANGUORN Sc BRINSMAiD and a' by the sub.azents elling the same, and eutj sub-agt-nt will have a ceitificate of igei.cy ed by Dr. Geo. Taylor, U. S. Agent uuj i Jlr- REMEMBER THE ABOVE. Applications for Agencies or MeJiclne, po paid, pro.nptlyanswe.ed. pang born brinsm aid, Jewclleis, Bull Ds on, Vt. Slate A?ct.!i Dr. Geo. Taylor C New sr. New-Vi r. I' i Agent: sent out by the Biitish Col. of LVAs, London: of which Jjs. Moiison the !!;!. the founder and President. Burlington, Dec. 1S29. SUB-ACE NTS. Ira Button, Branicn. Hiram L. Chenev. Kutland. J. Pinefc C..,Fct'y Point, M Joel Day, Iloyaltou. James li. Murdock, WooJ-tr.rL Andrew Dawson, South Hem. E. P. Walton & Sons, Mui.ijtw. Perry Maish, C. & J. W. Baxter, DjiLv L'o b. L. Mnse & S. Lvma.i, Cr-fu Klijih Cleveland, Covintry. Sabin Kellam, Irusbtiri'L Amasa Paine, Lowdl. " Otis L. Kelton, Montco.nerv. O. A. Keith, SheldonT David Lvman, St. Alb an 5. Jno. Kelsey, Danville. Wm. Pierce, Lyndon. Jonas Flint, St.'johnsbury. Foster Grow, Chelsea. N. C. Goddard, Windsor. M. S. Buck'.at.d, Beiious Talis. J. S'eene, Brattleboio. J. II agar, lidd!tb:iry. W. E. Greene, Vers enr.es. J. W. Remington, Johnson. J. Frost &, Co., Bridpoit. G. F. & B. Bovanton, Essex, N li. Hitch, Heotport, A. x. Mavnard Kidder, Moriah, N. V- Alfred Hartwell. Keesville, N. Y UichM Cotrill, Plattsburtih, N. Y Ed mund Lvman, North Ferri$lur3 Jas. Hull, Orutll. , shall not enlist any persoa under the a'o-e P'me. by regiment, the time of assembling subject to the conditions made in the first proviso to the firVt section of this acu nnri the said cqmmttee shall give notice of the time and place at whfch they will re ceive and determine upon such proposals, by publication at least thirty days previ ous thereto in one newspaper printed at Montpelier, and one newspaper printed at I Windsor iir this 'state, which publication. of twenty-one years, without the consent ot lheir parents, guardians, or masters being first obtaiued in writing, and that no enlistment shall take place out of any stauding company so as to. reduce said company to a less number than fifty ef fective privates. 3. Independent companies, retained upon their own organization by the board of, officers, appointed by , the" governor, under the Milkia Act of 1837, shall be attached to the regiments within which they are located, and may from time to me with ths approbation in writing of e field offi-ers' of their respective regi- en.tsV cnV,st frni standing companies ithio their regiment, subject to ihe pio viso to the first section of this chapter. lo be designated in orders by the com mindant ot brigade. 4. For all regimental reviews provided for in this act, the men shall be warned to meet at eight o'clock in the forenoon. 5. The commandant of any company in this, state may, in his discretion, call his company together for military disci pline and instruction, in addition to the times herein provided, one day, previous to the regimental muster. Chapter vm. Regimental Courts v .Martial. , .1. A majority of the field officers of any regiment are authorized to. hold the regimental courts martial, called by the commandant of the regiment, pursuant to the requirements of the Militia Act of goud say that ihd pay I call Is, such things as I need for my raiment, and food Or lo pay off inv workmen : and I'll not complain Should vou offer iu cash down. 1 thiuk some would gain To pay ihia way, and then they'd have nothing to four. For of all, I shall ask that tin-y &Htl each year. And the reasons for ihis, sirs, 1 quickly can tell : The old, long credit system 1 think uot us well For myself, nor for any, who ever nlmH pay. Call aud try, grutlemeu, this is all I shall sav. J.HOLCOMB. Brandon Village, Dec. 3. 1839. Y. Black Giver Acadeiar. HE winter terra will commence on&oui.tf 9th. TERMS. r Common English studies, Higher Branches &z Ancient Langaafe French, . The public are assured that no paia spared to render thia academy a ploam-t w r iuLle a resort as anv other Himilar insSitu'i"2; FItA.NK.LIN CVEKETT, A.B. J'n? 9:14. Morus Multicaulis, and other varieties of Mulberry Trees For Sale. "AU persons wishing: to engage in the Silk o Mulberry business, wiil do well to call and examine the Trees of the subscribers, which tbey wilt sett either by the Tree or Bud, and in quantities to uit purchasers. SMITH, TO WW SEND, &, CO. Whiting, Vt., Oct. 1, t39. ' OCT ALSO, FOR 8ALI,2J OSXXtH WOEM EGGS, of the : Two Crop, and Mammoth Varietie. . All ordera from a distance promptly attended lo. . . . fctf 17 T ?. f 0! T,!..r! .n The winter term of this school will coa oa Mondav, Dec. 2d. . -.j ' CAKLETOX l'ABICEIt, Vm Brandon, Nov. iio, 1833. Pig Iron. Dec. 18, 1839. Morus Multicaulis TrccS- ,J llhs Mulberry Tree ,U E. L34 Brandon, Dec 21, 1838. , JOB PRINTING. Neatly exec otedat t!i 0'"