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TUB KUTLAMt UV.lt A M. rar.sn.ir, j.i.vc.wr is. ifao. stirpes l lh lriy ai want uf interest, inaoO by tie ar.d-wr, 0 a subject of sneb dirt rt rd ritl tmi jwtnw 1 every mlmbtr of tacitly. When Is d-1 fcrj-lijad tl.e twraaaal dreiadatlitii .ri nuirT of lh VF.RMOJsT COM I NtlON. !.l,v.l .! th. .,W, J ik- Jrk.r.!'. (.Us(r tf rrt,tltfi Vb tfjr JwwiH jlwwf 0U.rths''""nihrtr eriw.ranc.. TitT WJ.e4y. l'nont U , btlUl w,roidwrairUi.eki;r..J.tlwto auehJe- rJio.M U Its CMll ( CfWrf.tk CMItMltlM (rf k.,..Jh,, ,.,.l ,.f r. tu tbil df .MVsVI 1 H Pl.t. -0". Mtp" 'iHiUoIr reciiity! Mill WW was I surprised Hot r bUH " ' Clr f b Mm ,,, ,OT, BafllUr nfy,.,, ,,lnt, end W,f..a Lather 1- Hssat cf St. AlW, oJ I'.rt l- J , w ,Bfanim1 Uuh j, mu.ly th c.se. .1 th Tern s.g,.m f W.leetnrr., .rrl9t4 Smriei rro ( mf.nJ,t (ay(Ur , Tu,t bol rf,r ftw Um ' UiUt s, MjmWIjr ro9J tin infittinlUt prt of society, He Minws Mof lli U!7itn wb.li we mail ' . , .....jfHt.d anr luUml In lb Teairerauc dster for want f kkmh.J Uiku. What I Mr. Editor, are Ihere do wive, of Tti Rutasof tht lot Cfmntit wer s Jsspted fi th lira beios;. The reading of lh credentials of lh members were dispensed with, on itrjUoo of Cr. Palmer, fter some dibal Adjourned. i'ilmL,l'. .V. Coavcntian met. On motlwj of Mr. Cahcca, IWselrtJ that Ih officers of this Convention rmtJrot, Switir anJ esslitaot Secretary, siller io your town, whose, husbands r brothrri atr Vtan IrJ with th loilhtJ nj b lrJ r.mr of dmnkaid ! . mMHrf, whots tlirilpdnl ioui ire liriDjio- their grrjr h.iii ith vorruwlo llir Krr J If Duur, thro, in OfJ, jeti nr lit'l'y eomtnuwly. llut, !) the con vr' of Ltiii ii rmta to lit tno lru It liai be i m l, with Jutticr, llut in all tho KrnJ itliimii ef the prrteol Jij fur rtfurmin; anJ in; tho Tht oIhj of Mf.lWn!,ric.u.ly m.d.to elct worJ . ,, tr lK)nie,a eCTieit-Dt .n l proaiinent IVtiUrol of th Coanlioo, if thn ajttrl i when Mr .JlluJjct oMnlotrl Moo. Wm A. Palmar, Mr. Jru doi uommatrj lion. I.jinn 1'ilcli, r.l Mr. Tlc oom IaatrJ Hoa, I'lilotai VI.U of Putarjr. Oa lb fiiit btllut tb rott wtrt a folttwi, rix i Mr. rilrh 92 - Whita C9 - I'almrr i9 Collatntr 4 " Chiptnan 2 Wlxirupno Mr. I'.loierJecllnnl. Tlteballoti utr jla tkta aul uualaJ, villi tht followiDj rtiult I Mr. ntcli 103 Whltt 101 " Collamcr 0 " I'almrr -1 " Cliifimm I Match I 22J Ilia balluli ncia ;ln takan uil cotlulaJ, ai fol lowi : Mr. KitcJi 113 " Whito 101 ScalUrlo; 5 When Hon. I.VMA.N FITCH wi UeelareJ tlcctcJ, aoJ .Mr. F. tooV the Chair aoJ ilgoifuJ h'u acceiitance of tht appointtnrnt. On muUou of Mr. Mracli, the Cuuvention pneirJeJ to elect Secretiriei wrheu l.i'Tlltn 11. HiiKT.uomina leJ by Mr. Jtutmi an J ircouJed by Mr, Footc, wii np. poioted Secretary, uJ Li.vi U. Vina, couiinatcj by Mr. I'ilmer, wa pRiinliJ iritnt Scretary. Mr. Vilai declined accepting the appuiutmcnl ; Menr. Swift, C. K. Kitld, Footc ami Cihoon wtro iuc cMiiiely oouiiuale l and each declined ; Mr. Oillioghani nominated Kt.iJ.ili Smith, jr.of NcrtlifulJ, and ho wa appointed. On motion of Mr. Foole, it wn ordercl Hint n com mittee of three Im appointul to draft Itult i fur the Con reatiou. Mrurt. Footr, ColUaicr and Jciineci were ppniotnl the committee. On awlionof Mr. Urownell, llfulred that the (lev. Chester Wright be requested to attend the roarention durin; it aeatlon ai chaplain. On nioiiou of Mr. Footc. the propojed arnenJmenlt to the CfCitilutioa, adJten, tc were rwd and Uid upon the tibia. Adjourned. L oforcjiertr 10,000,000. ThU imrt of lb city r rrtroilt in ttis jctr. I'y the conflagration ofMoacow, i,175 atono tfice, and I.O.'l wowlon tiuildinga ncrr dcttroypd. The rnlifc lo by the r and firo to .'.loacow aa catitnatcil at 021,000,000 ruble. Hrbuilt In nine JClft. I.aTB mo imimKTaM imi Tni. loiter WFiictcncJ in tint cily yesterday, dated Nbw Ofleatie. Drc. VOth aiinounctnj; that tho lvn Sm Antonio de llctar baa unfiiJcrei) to the TfXn fiircce, vliich at our lart ecount were beipi"f it. (Ion. Co, tho Molran t.'ointnanlnt, with few uf hi I r oops bad retired to the citadel ; but as the town w occupied by tho Texan and their prieenerf, andCoV furcce nitliout protiriona, be would be compelled to aurrender lumtclf a rin cr uf war tn n few day. Tho writer refer for further particular to the Nc" Orletm paper of tho 20lli but, a usual, they failed to nrtne. .V. )', Ceur. llnq. part; inJ ihallthry, wio arethechiefiufirrerr.frum (he pitralrncc of iuteoiperabce iliuJ alnof from thii enter- priteof Ioeoeic4s ? "Femalt hofvitHlity," tayaatale writer, "bar done much to deluge the world w ilh i!tui,k etiluK j and it ii time that female decision thnuld do tome thirty to rta lh burninj ware Defend upon it, Mr. Kditrr,o lanjailhf ladie-f In your town refute lo aid you, Ni:w York. JANUAnr-ttb. I'rotn tbi d.iy, B!y the Amotican, may be cUtcd tbs commoncomciit of real busine in Longir. I he month of Decem ber of a furl cion is renl in reeonoiierinj,pnUo feeling and drilling d in holidaja. Now the work will begin. Some expectation om lo prevail that early this week, the President will send to Conpres hi prnmiicd special mcpatce, on rrcncli Alfairs. MAKKini), lit ljr.rille, Mr. GejCarptQter of lUnJulf h to ArmltMta Miom. la thetbunie SOth Dee. O. I.. I'i la Mary II. Uhilt. In North FerHitir;li Alonxo tl. Mattin of Burling, too to T,oaiia M. l.yo. In WollMck Kiaibury IlnyJ of Pcmfrrt to Pun Manhof Hattford. l.i rHfiU,25th nc O It Kins -f Hbir.V.jrjtit. Nancy T. VVIiwJii. la .Mon'.pclier Jtlth Dee- Timothy D. ."iarrti of Ilnrt ford, Uonn. In bi(ail Hubbard l llarre. In CaMMnii, CJth Dee. by the Her. Joseph Studf, lha Hn Jba ll Andrews nf l'-ll tu ,Ww Iorx Sherman, daujttr of David Sanfoid. It Itoadiit;; ei-j the Clh iii'l. by Iter ,'fr. Frenin, .Vr. Jesse p llrockway, of UalVtws Falls lo .'Fss.Uary II Pratt. In lljrliiietnr., Vr. .Vore Rvissel l .W.s neldim Fi'h. S-iuth Hero, 8..1n S. CUfk to .Vary Ann Ooodnow. In the tenitauee came, by their powerful influence, ao We take for granted the uflicul coininunicntioiiii le Ururiktwst will prevail m j our ooaimuuily. Uut,l from Mr Jiirfon.otmouncin the circuinstanccs un let it ncter be said of her "hi lingered laitat the cross, dor which hu nuked and received bin paksportf, atx) wai founi first at the tumb of tho Hedcrnicr of the were received nt Washington bolnc days ngo, and world, that she u either unwilling .r ailiamed to follow as upon ibe receipt thereof, the President was to the example of her Divine. Mailer, by goiog iiloul am) apeak, he will not, it is to be pre'iiinci, Indg delay doing jinsj. II CONGRESS. No Message was bent to Congress on .Monday on the sobject of our relations with France, as all tho letter writers had prognosticated The only subject of any interest in this ecclioti of the Union before either, branch Cm that day, wm on receiving a petition presented by Mr. J. Q. Adams, from 151 of Ids constituents praying for the abolition of slavery in the district of Columbia, which i ccupicd the lJuij?c until an adjournment took place, without any ipicstiou therein being taken .Mr. llymini. of N. C. expressed his extreme regret that the House had oler entertained Hum subject at all, and said it was one which ought to bo dicus sed only on tho field ofbutllc. Air. H. was sever hi times called lo order by the Speaker, mid at last returned his scat, after avowing his intention to sup port tho dcciMon of the cliiur, MisilsMrn. Alter long suspense and many contradictory accounts as to the result of the late elect ion in Mississippi, we have tho olGcial returns from the whole State, as follows ; Ton GovEimon. Lynch, (Ami-Van Unren.J 9,807 Hunnels, (Vun Daren, '0,4-11 no Majority for Lynch l''on Cudnui8 Dickson, (elected Chiborne, fdo.) Kdwnrds, Wilkins, The mcrr.bcrs elected aro said lo be, ono Van Hu ron, and ui.u Anti-Van liuren. 0,923 0,C8l 8,103 7,831 Loss nr Tin: utis Firk i.n N. V. Tlio Com initteu apiiointed lo iisccrtaiu the amount of losses The proceedings of Congreni on Tuesday last, by the lato dchtructivo lire in fsow-iork, have were !jencrullv of a loeal or nnvato character, nnim- ""1-" "'eir Report, troin which it nppears, that tho porlaiil to the general reader. Tho Committee on wholo number of buildings destroyed, exclusive of Uevolulionary Claiuis was instructed to inquire into "'C l.xchango and the South Uutcli Uliurch, was the expediency of restoring to the list of Pension- I'''0"1 BUcl' data uh the Committee could ob- ers for se:vices in tho Hevolulionarv War. the tain, they estimate tho loss in buildings at 81,000, n.mi.r nil MitmiM ulm worn ontitl.., in l ,.h. 000, which is u frnctioii over S7000 each loss lained Pensions under the act cf Congress of 18lli of March. IS 13, but whoio name were afterwurds s-tricken from Ihe liht, am' have not tinea boen re- stored, for tho single reason that they were not in abject poverty. A hill was reported making appropriations to reprets the hostilities of thu Seminole Indians in Florida. UIi:i), At the W.mdtaad. the seat or James Krwin, l"fl in ICantocky, hi' aniahle. easns'irt. .Vr?. Awn II. P.rwin.ihe la't surviving daiihlerr of ihe Hon. IIktrt Chi, ajol 3t. At'ltellwws Falls 51 ll Jan. Jatn'i son of l,eil llnl, i:i.. AI Saxbm Hirer Jan. 2. Samuel Molt, 40. kilVd in stantly by the oretturlihi of a lu.d uf oul, under nhieh befell. In Ityegate 'Will DC. I,o-ina relict r,f Jaonb Pa;x, B i In Suitou D C, Frances, daughter of J. W. Kit n lc. It. In Danville -lib Jn- Jonathan HheUleti llerlutinnary inUl.tr. 8 aUoon tho 31 Harriet daujhter Mr Ova. I). 6'tone. fl week. In lliirliDlon, Henrietta danliler of Ihe editor of the flurlinstnii Ceiitinel, (.Vr. N. Stone) seJ C weeks. In Rochester ".Sin Dec F.lisha Hubbard fit. He wnt saiil to bo n volunteer under tho heroic Ptsrke. In Hartford Dec S3, widow Andes U lall.tU. 1 1 IJriJewalcr 30th Dee James Crocker SS. In .V mtpelier 27lh Deo an Infant child of Hugh GnUr ley 2'Jih.Ur J nali While, aged 40 No.ir nil'itnero (.Vir.) receiuly, linhop F.mory of the Af'thodisl Fpieopal Church. Hcrlin 2!tlh Dec Joremiah ltradford,77 llHiro. Submit, wifo or David Averill, IT also, .V rnny Ave rill. 19. In Shrewiburv Dec 29 John Simons a;ed 114. Ii Marlboro, Dec. 0, Mr Susannah .Wilier, wifo of Cit. Abraham .Viller, ajed CU. In Wcstfield, will. Sarah L. Colgrove, 90. In Snencer. Mr lliui. (ireen. n vo. soldier. CO. In Wotcestet, Copt. James .VcPanlaod, 77, a soldicrof tro rr.rotution. In Pembroke, Jlfe. Mrt Philippa Harper, 1)0 ; death cnued by her clothes taking fire. In bnlishiiry, N. II. I.t, Sam'l Hurtorn.CO. In N.irth llnmpton, Lt. John Joveriug, a patriot of the revolution, aged !)2. In Ocdlord, Dea. Johu Ilolbrook, aged 77. In Westrnnrr-land, Sept. 20. .Vr Dnnicl Thayer, a rev olutionnry pensioner, agfd 00 In Walpo'.o, Dec. 10,.V.irth, wire orDaviJ llnd,kius Bed 57. in murclmndise 813,110,092 to'.al loss 17, 115, 092. Corrtipondtncc of Ihe Journal nf Cammerfc Waiii.ioto.", Dec. 18, 1835. A most extraordinary developement Ins been inido in regard to tho French fucslion. It is found that the President with all his pretentions lo .Wi'iiJ inoremfi'on. -One of our citizens who wai al Mo ilp.lur Usl week, and left there on Suturdny jnoriiiiu. informs ur.llut the Couucit had undir con.id- eratiun the prorisiou in ihe prupood Mintiidments for , frankncsp, suppressed nn important part of the cor- ereslin; Senile, and were debiting on tho subjl, ful riMpondcncc oil the subject lhat no question bad betii tkeub which any conclu-, It now appears that immediately after the pas- ..oiisrould be drawn how the Convculion stood in rela. I fa"0 ef the Indemnity hi. I, tho Duke do llroglie, lion loiha amendment, or any other. It was suppose 1 did, in nn ct!icial manner, inform this government litinaov. that it would be f und that the Convention ; that, not ithf landing the clause ill tho bill, France ,.,v uf.t .rtu.llv diri.lod on most of tho amend- ' was ready to pay tho film appropriated, ns soon as mr,. I the I'reeident would, by any explanation, nlford I her an excuse for fao doing. It further appears POSTSCRIPT. that, of tins voluntary communication, no notice irinoraniVrom ihe Comenitan I A letter was receiv- was taken by tho President, at the time, nor since lastei-enin- from our Delerato in the Convention, at nor even in tho message. I forbear, at present, Mootpetier.deted Saturday evening, which soj. -The any remarks upon theeo facts, further than to sav oleof thcConTeulion was taken this eveninsul 6 o MUSI tney win iiuccaamy iiavo u niuai imponam. nihr,nl,..,f .m, n.l,r.e..t relatiu.' lo. Skn- ! bearing upon the ultimate bOltlcnunt of (he qucs ft i .,: e ,i r..ii unii tion and that they invulve tho property and .donted by a majority of four vote,. The vulo.to.,1 110 , lnp'uf of the people of both countries Concer for, an I lit agaimtthe adoption mad Oil Monday to recoosidor. Tthtding at Hie nose Tho information contain ed in the Philadclnhia Joornal roaimoiiiiir u cn.o of this description, which seemed almost desperate, is valuable and important. A young man 19 years of age, bled so profusely, that he fainted several limes. Mineral acids, ice to the neck, Uc. were tried, but without stopping the flow of blood. On the third day, Dr, llrimcr was culled in, who bluw tip powdered gum Arabic through a quill tho hcaiotbage ceased directly. IIOSTON PROVISION MARKET nr. ii, i'iticr.1. Hums, northern Pork, whole hog Poultry Nutter (tub) Eggs pound 12 to 7 10 22 25 12 8 11 20 ftmcu: if Hit J'.righton Marhttfor the yur 18.1J. Ill weel(, eridhit .March 'AO. 6030 Iteef Cattle, eatinuml ealea SSJi.iu5 173 Storca, do 4,1U'J nsin BI.eep, ito rj.llt 3920 Swine, do 20,180-5503,9.1 ItcHjnntin lcrlttam,H Ittilr. Htnlt e IVmiont ' E It lemembmt! Dut rut tf lt uthiui $i, XJ thai at ly, Probate Court held at Rutland wllhln and foNald Distticl on the fust Monday being the 4th Sy of Januarv, A. I) 1830. Benjamin Xeedham, aduiniiltator of the t tt" of Henjamin Neetlhtrn, Into of Shre'tb,i' sy in saiil district, drcrasci', pioposingto render anncfoimt of hit rdmlniittntlon ami tccnt hli nccoiint oaninit jaJ.J estate for !loncc : Qrdrrtd, Tlint said nccoutit ho emtned 1,1 conn, sit ri eslon thereof, lo he hnljen at iho probate office) In ittitlnml wiihlti anil for taid district, on the first Monday of IVbtiuiy next. And that the ptiMlentl m nf n copy of this order ihiee w-ek Micces.aitt ly In the KutUnd Herald, printed in Hutlnnd, ai amni Minir bo, iliatl be Millicinnt nntiro to ail concerned lo pper, if tli-y sec cue, and object thrreio. ISoIiccCa Lysootnli'5 Ksfaf,; Slutrof I'rrmont. ) f "t I! it IMriHtfRutMu. J3, ,19t : rolnic Court Inldnt Kutlai.d. said dUuiet ..i, ir,t Monday being the 4th Peter Powers, excculor of ih,. ).. ti'iu ... i lestantenl of Ileheccn l.vscnmh hn ..r i e....i In sni.l diilrici, decerned, proposing to render an account of his iidminiiration and present bis account against said eHiite for allowance nisiigm uccotttit he examined in court, at a session thereof, lo be holden at tho proonie on.ee in Holland within and for said d.-tNcl, on the (ir,t xMonday of February next ; And that Ihe publicaiionof n c8pv of tin, order three wecki successively in tlieUuilnnd Herald printed at I.uilandns soon m ninv be, shall be -HJlhcieni nolice to nil concerned" to appear, if they sec cause, uml object (hereto. ItOriCIA'S, licsi.Ur. Clarli I'rcc man's i!:Nlafc. Xtulc of ftrmvnt. ) r V. It District oj JlntUind. . ( L ih.i ,.i . ......i ProbMu court held nt Hulland, within i.nd for said district on the first fllond.iy, bcinr I he t'uy of Junuary, A. D. 1 830. DJinel smith. nilniinijiMtor of the est.ilo of Uarkc I recnian, luteol ltutlandni s.:ihl di-iinct deceased, pioposmg to render nu accoiit.t of hi, Hdtniiiistiiilion mid pres-nt bin account arnui.t said estate for nllowar.ee : Ordtttd, That onid nccnunt bo eiarnineil In coutl, at b i sessioi, 1 hereof; t0 . holden nt the I riibnio oflicu in Hulland within and for laid dii- itici, on the nil .Mondny of Ftbrunr" next; and III ll tlsaa era n t. I I C . . . ; ",c 'u.noii ot a copy o this order, three eel;s successively in tho Hnil.-imt iir,.l,i ...!.... ed at Htilluud in woon as mav he, shall ho' snfli ctent nolice lo hll concerned t annenr. if 1I..0 see cause, and object thereto, rr. iioPKt.xs, ncShur. 13 neeks, emlini! June 29 3303 Ilcer Cattle, estimitcd sues 1 403 Store, 7003 Sheep. 4172 Swin, (lo do .1,. I.M3 IA.6IC 23,421 2.1,114- Tho Preeident has nominated Tr Taney for Chief Jurtice, and Mr Philip P. lkrbuur, late Speaker, a Justice uf the Supreme Cuurt, The new members from 1'lssiss.ippi Imvu tuken their teats iu Congrets, 13 weeks, ending ftcplembnr 28, S2t7,3'ji ol,09G Beef Cjltlo, I 15,872 Stores, I 91 ICO Stiitn, 23.112 Huinc. Mkmoiiaua. Tho second reduction of 10 per I cent, of thecsccs.-6 of duties above 20 per cent, gg, ' on any auJ all articles ot imports, inxca etieci on sheen, this day. Jan. 1. For example, articles paying a Swine, duty of 25 per cent, by the Tariff of 18U2, will hereafter pay but 24 ; articles assessed at 30 per cent, by the Tat iff of 1632, will hereafter pny 28 percent.; and so on with the rct. Jour. Com. 10,033 Reef Cattle, estimated sales 5321.220 4C.1I Stores, do 01,031 42,631 Sheep, do 71,397 4470 Swino, do 15.CI3-t7o,29i 13 weeks, emlini; December iJ, 31,270 Reef Cattle, esliroiled sale oi5,4()0 10,580 Stores, do 118,150 39,430 Sheep, do 7lS.9rtl 10,030 Swine, do 37,3V0-53j9.3'i0 Rncinilul&'.icn. 'J 1, 373,05 1 203.999 97,019-51,078,032 1330 1331 133 2 123.1 I Kit 37.7C7 334)22 4ll,C07 49,lia) 3..,3W 13,35 13, Ml yejfi U.2U5 13.JM I3i,fi97 St,W,3 ltKlWS 90,722 27,l!tl 13,039 2G.071 lt,C97 17,403 27.BVI An attempt will be No uclion yet upon any fdhrr article." We ran hardlr conceive Low the Convention ran I legally rescind the adoption of an amendment when ote adopted. II appears to u that sue!) a step would b altogether utra-legisUtivc.aadof onrie voiJ. lied. New Yohk MAnKirr, Jan. I. Flour: dull, and prices fallcti 12 1-2 tn 25 cents a barrel. Sales of Western were made at 7 50, although tho holders at I; 7 02 cud 7 75 for fancy brands. Corn: considerable tales at 01 cents, being a re ITEMS. We ate almost sorry that the editor of the Ante masonic puptr t Woodstock has taken French leave. If there was any spirit in the Housc,which could. r . i . .i . r i- uvrn , luiipiuui auiy amen ui ui evoke, u iu- for a moment, soar above tlto party feelings ol ... r , . , , n c i . . . .1., . ii . i i dnction of about 12 1-2 cents from late prices, the day, the Executive would at once bo cal- , , , . , , , ,. ' . . e .i- . r l ie market was languid throughout the week, t.,.1 In n..iiinl In. (In nilrniinlin.rit hrii.nH nr, 9 1 ' led lo account for this extraordinary proceeding. and price generally declined, except on sugars and brandies, which went up a trifle. JIassacuuektts. The Legislature of this Mate met at lluslon on the Oih itist. Luther S. Cush- By laet night's .Mail.J LATER FROM FRANCE ARRIVAL OF MR. I1ARTON. i he racket litany tias arrived al isow ioiK inwas elcctC(j clcrk af ,,, llI)U.0 . and j, A, Irom Havre, wtienco sue t-aueu uec. .id ucanng Mr it0,!tPii P(,nsrn s..in, t'i,i, Hon. Hr.rnm . , n. i.i ri,. i n. ri. ...J . .. . ... '. . .... lie called at our ofHee on his way, as was apprehended i ms....... . , ' . i'-i'-"--'v .Maun, was elected Speaker in the Heiialo on the from hi, conversation, to the Kmp.re Sute, b. c.di.t un- ! ',? elCC.U ,,,on " V'" lnaT" "I ,ctll" dghUoUh ballot, and Charles Calhoun was ro-elce- dsrlh. Dutch banner. It a p.ty he should do so,he ' ". V.'T tci Clerk on the first ballot . ' , the following letter from tho Paris Correspondent of the Havre Journal.brought by the "last estrfrttr," Another "Dial ol glory lor in uaocrai. some - 0r express half doiia Jackson wonhiper near ashington re al. ,.We sre tt,,Ured Ihat.U. IhUh Comptc.&n able tempting lo build up a little village by the name of Jack, diplomatist, is about lo depart on a mission to the Government of tho United States. Wo aro not We son city. Our French Arot has cot him and brought uo inon- cquaintod wtlh the nature of his mission. ey. Th French w fear will be calleJ poor paymas- hope be will bo more successful than he was in bis lais. Jackson cughltogist out execution iast them miaiion to Turkey, in 1633." and put 'am alt to jail, or sri'ie their property,ea he talk ad of last year, and sell it under the hammer. At leail, to Jack Dovn.ng. we presume, would aJrise. We rjolf with our fellow cil'iecs that w hare got tneb fine sleighing. We bvp the titlle Van Dureo fel- The National Intelligencer says, that besides oth er nominations by the Proaideutof the Llnited Stales, now said lo be before the Senate, is that of A nog Kkmiiali, to bo Postmaster General, and Jasiki. C. PtcKirrTtobe Fourth Auditor of the Treasury. l .11 A .1. .., . n 1 . i r . i uw. "HI www u, mwi ,-H;ft up B , I U Cil Ol IMP , ...v .. . ' ..in. .,i..,.... from London paper, If this be true, it is a very important step to wards a pacific settlement of the controversy, and it is of itself, not improbable. There would be no difficulty in settling this question, if an able and conciliatory Envoy should be sent hero with trulv I pacific intention. The following just remarks are w The nomination of IJEr.v D, GiuM.t, of Phil.v delpbis, to be Attorney of the U. S. for tho eastern for Cath or Credit district of Pa., we are Jupp)' to perceive has been confirmed by tbo Senate. MKNIJON. IIEREAS the legislature of the Stile of Vermont at their session nt Montpctior in tho year 1S33, nssesecd a tax of four ccnte per acre, on all the lands (p'iblic lands excepted) in the town of.Mcndon, iu thn county of Rutland, in t.aid Siate, for the purpose of making and repairing roads and building bridges. These aro to warn the proprietors ond land owners of mid town of Memli.n, who have i.ot paid their proportion of said tux in labor or otherwise, to tho committee appointed to euperinlend tho expenditure of the came, or to the subscriber, that so much of their lands will be sold at public vendue, at the dwelling house of Edward MusMy, in said town of Mendon, in tho county of Rutland, on the Bill day of March 1S30 at 0 o'clock in the forenoon, as will bo requisite to discharge their rcrpective taxed with COrdH, Dated nt Mendon th'u 1st day of January, A. IJ. 1830. 3 nOSWELLGIHSON, Collator. HAS just received Htunley's Uotunj Cooking and Parlor Stoves all sizes, which will be sold at tho lowest Ca!i price, also 500 lbs. South ern Tanned Solo Leather, a largo areortment Uuck Mlttings arid Moccasins, Troy Super fine Flour, Lard, Lalt, Uc. Uc. which will be sold very low Kohurt i onipli;'! instate. riTO the Honorable the Probuie Court for (he District of It.itlH.iH Clmtlotte K. Tcmnle. Iti.hr'l V Tn.t. ....I Henry Chanman. iidrn If IM 1 1 fall k. III I lira aiila,.. mbT Hobctt Temple late of Hmland i id district, deue.ncd, respectfully represent that the bji itJ. lestuie did. in ,ia life time, eutei inti'i a rerti continct, bearing dale ihe 30th day of Mnrcb. t fl.n in ,t,i ... x-.t .... 1 ., U11C ,au,a, t ini0 S!(Uj nol land to sell nnd conrey to il,e sul Naihan ceiium p,c(. o, ,mec, ot a,,j , , niJ M ..d !C.lltri,,t . .. .1.1 .. . . "icii sum contract uai at iho decease of the ,id Robert, and still is, uncxivu- iVhtrrfmt, The Slid n!mni!..i,.r it... - ii si', a kl UJ tllT; a i court to giant liberty and u.l(.iy Io ,k,:ij said land nccotditij; lo the lenui uf said eontiuct. n.unoiy io;c siaunc lii mcli ease made end providetl. Hy K. L. OIOISIIKF., their .Itty. Jlatt of IWmom. I B T i, ordeie.1 hy the Dutnri of ,., . JlFrobHk- Coutl for the Uistiict aforesuid that nil perioin concerned be notified lo appear befoie said court, at a tcsiioa (hereof lo he holden nt Hulland, willuti and for said IJWirict, on (ho first Monday of February next, to .how cause, if any the v mny have, whv the liberty and autliuruy requesled in tho foregu' mg npplicntion should not be granletl ; nud that the said application, together w ith this order, be published in the Huil.tml Ileruld ptinttd ut Hulland, three weeks mcussively as soon ni may he. (Jivrn ii Prohnte Cotttt nt nttthuid Ihis -Itli uay oi January, a, j;. J83G. 3 K IK noPKhYH, Jlri:;,tfl: Jan. -ilh 1830. Comer I'ottcr'n IS tale. Slate nf f'ermont, ' i'y K il re niemberei. Ilittritt of Hulland. n. JLJ tht at n stilled I'robalc Court held at Kulhtid, within mid for Tho Georgia Telegraph, publitl.od at Macon, contains the fulluwiug paragraph : 'Tho Tex- , ,.. ,.l. ,m r, ....Iftaftti-nrtiRM trtvtl ibl iirt wor.n lhan I Iia rhnljiru ijolw.-. iut. ,,ti, ,u L n ,a imi'via Ullinui i . ..... ,.. . The Van Dureo party hast had .ssMher meeting at ' aeosunta of navsl preparations maktne: bv France 0ljr is comnltstoly awept ! Journoymon and , d litrict, on Hie Ural .llonuay, Uttng u Mrotptlier to devise -Wajs el MesD." te lraa.fer ! to meet the contingency of war with the Umlod r,PronllC0'' '" arid boys, devils, lie, arc all gone I uy oi uni:orj, a. h. ioj vamuatU thi lutl KstsderliooV IJutenmkn. States, but we sill hope thev will not be reoulred. lo aJ " our reauera gci an empty ,iiet,.r no I,, i. a ,, . , ., ,1 ah,wt al htl dnn'l htama AS ' iktsaiiTir mo .mcrican i-rctsocni aim vue rrcrscni .... RsMUrif tho American PrcssdcDt aud the French . - i j Mimater wish to make atatementbip a laughing lock or mankind, thoy wilt spend a few ibiuious, (jen. UpfTOreen hat reiurnod tu his poet as Edi atstKi us wioott or tbetr totsjtwts, end destroy thai tor ot the aabtugton telegraph. preepttrtty or tbe Uo Ration ovsir wliicb they pre- tree lu ItMland sroW Ma. Ennoa : I ram into yr t a errarsi; Uit week, asd . .4r:o0ioj (bat a B4Ugf the Ttrorxrance S5t- r was being helJ at Oit Otirt Haute, (a soelely i ' de. IB the tcoat iruigMiicaal and uuintelll'lbk h atn d.sply inttrrstij md it in my way la quarrel end ! and 1 lu'.eard. with Measure, loan ncelUct ! t . r.s on Use subject ef Tamjsaranet, delivered by tbt ' Ft til ITEMS. The lots of property by the late ar. Mr. TiUto. The sjsteVer maairested . tga-eU- ! flf0 'N'u,r V,k h" bf'n eul'd by a commit atsi Ubis subjtMj no-J slsessed lb iapf.rt.nce wbieh !tte at tb9ul ",000,000. bt atlarbtJ to tb Tta,reDc (Ittorattioa, tl tbt ' liy the great tit in LooJon 13 I6C0, 3 clcrch staejs tb'treti he ft!t its soetes. Rut I tetfVti my es and 13,200 d'lho g.bN.re. were dfitroyeiJ. Jason llarwo il. administrator of iho es tate of Homer "Potter late of Pitisf .rd in uid district, deceased, proposing to tender an ac count of their ndminiitratimi and present their ticcounl agaiu4 said estate lor allowance. 1 Ordtrrd, That said account be examined in 1 couit, at a session thereof, (o be holdeti at the . , nrr - I.. O...I I . I.. I r.. . !J Jl. 1 'roOBte Uiuce in nuunuu, w ni.iu auu iui 4iu uis NOTICE. It it cxpocUd thai the Rev. Mr. Hooker of Ben- ,rjet( on ,lf. ltt Monday of February next ; and ington willdeliter a lectureon the subject ofSa- !that the publication ofa copy of this order, three ored Music on the evening ot Tburaday next iu the weel; luceesaively in the Kutlaud Herald, print Court Room at the ringing of the bell. All who ' "l, Kul,l,"? a.,.400n B mfi lt "U" ur" ,.......-..,..J m. it t ., ' ;f.e.er.t notice loall concerned lo appear, il they .,c.t. - .uojw.1, i ( ate ctuie, ant object therelo, lose no opportunity of btariai him a recond time, j P. W. HOPKIXS, lUci,Ur. i'ricei r Cnmilfy IVodtuc, A J. llMonMaktt,(corr,tlt,lrttkli,)from M . i mom to WArrMrj, new, .... m,m. 1 I 50 I 7B ) tfllrsjss, nhile. . . . h,i.h. I "il I lis bbl. 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