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Brre J. Scott, Jr. V. 110 2211
Hrlm Currier V. 133 130
Calais I'. CumIm 39 101
Dusbury Sar.t J3 21
Elmore J. IWgo " 27 32
F;.ton Wheeler " 17 19
Alatebficld W. Martin 0. 83 01
Middlesex II. Putnam - ls 65
Mootpelier 1.. II. Peck V. x2Sl 275
Alorctown J. Carpenter " .VJ 7B
Norlhfield A. Adam O. 133 119
Plainficld II. Ilancroft V. 03 127
Roxbury Oreutt. O. 00 45
Slow a Cady V. BO 101
WaiWfield Carpenter O. 00 55
Warren A. Cuhtmii ' 120 27
Watcrbury Newcomb 157 129
Worcester Newton 53 -11
Her rut N Shearer O. 103 00
Uurko 11. F. IleUon " 0 30
Cabot J. W. Dim ' V. C5 150
Dint ills J. M. Merrill Km 111(1
Grolnn J. N. v 20 100
Hardwick II. Niehol " It 00
"Kirby Cliuioli ' 33 11
Lyndon K. Uoroi Jr 0. Ill 115
Ncmik 20 10
Peachsm A. Steven " 117 05
Ryrgilo It. Whitelaw ' 02 Oil
Shc!lk.l S. Ihari " 15
St J.dinsbury i:. Fslrbinks " 1 11 50
Sutton M. Wag V. 18 132
Wleii N. Partington O. 55 50
WaK-iford I.. Iliick " 120 31
Wheelotk W. Santlljuru V. 2 115
Woodbury " 0 123
Franklin Cou, I j.
A. CarrVr '
J. S. Webslci V.
II. Katon O.
J. Sntilo V.
(J. Kingslcy U.
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C. II. Jeimimin V.
I. . I). Villa ().
D. Judon V.
J. Smith "
II. Scott "
J. C. HulmcalSO.
ISartun R. Norton V.
Ilruwmnglon Twilight O.
(.'harlcalon l. llrighaui "
Coventry A. llannuii "
Derby ' L. Ituhuioi.d " ., 103 00
Wen .M. Viheclwck
Dover J. II. Cwiniiol V; .10 01
Holland J. Iltiiinaii O.
llydepark J. Sawyer " 9 - U
Irasburgli H. Killaui " tlO 50
Jay K. Ssmltium ' p 23
Morgan J. narllutt O. .
Mnrristown J.Scars V.. r ett 101
Newport A. 11. Muoic O. , 15 , 20
Troy F. Fuller V 41 50
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Guildhall J. Dewoy
Lctainglon J. Dailoy, 2J V.
Lunenburg S. lhmo O.
Mndtono U. A. Hall V.
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MaJ.for Jr.xiojr iu ICOIowni 4110
Th AO or COtowni to be litard from will iuacme thu
miijorilT beyw-d a ralicul doult uiwo Unrn oue thou
Tho rcrullof the election in this etato is a
pVndid triumph fur the cause of the constitution
nd tho Iawi. Vermont ha come fodli from the
ificry ordeal like gold seven timet purified, and it
ii now proved to a demonstration that "political
juggling must run a abort raco ntnong the deecen
alanta of Kthin Allen" or rather no tacu at all.
Ily the retarna now before us, it i rendered cer
uin that Jemsuw la elected Governor, by omo 5
O00 majority. In the houie we shall have a clean
majority of tirly,' and at least itro liirt't In the
Senate. This tcaoil.conaidcring Ihe unprecedented
effurts of our opponents is iodeed gratifying. Wo
have carried everything, except the 5th Dutrict, and
there wc knew beforehand that the treachery of
Palmer and Katon would turn the actdc against us
Such a result would have happened before if they
had dared In set onenW. Ilut while Palmer waa I
pledging himtelf to the Whigs, Anlimasons, and
Vanburvnilef. it would not do to act openly against
Mr Jido. He did what ho emild however, aecret
ly lo defeat blm. Hut tho Palmer and the Par
bcra will bae leisure to enjoy what they have rich
ly earned the contempt of all parties. JturlUg.
lea Fru Frm
(We y fifty J
Franklin Cevnty. We ennfesa ooraehes aorcly
puttied about the politic of Franklin County.
There are votes In aomc towns and no voe in
others that look exceed in "lr droll. Some of our
friend from that region, that c hue n, are fuirtt Lommmec aiwurmw -"- i,,,,,;, .. ,fV
u tmtca Krplexed a. c aw When the fog ' convent. Hut God in bis iii wie providence ha the way he had .Uted.and bv ng given to it every
mm ripmm " c . . " . .. .. r. .1... r . 1 t.U i.i.nr. pommiltee of foreirn relt-
Cieart up. and the lion John Smith can ue an , urougoi our aoomrr djd iiwu r - ,
iwiivdimiucii jraa oiuiw . . . . ., ... ...s. .11 m i r,m m lU Kemie nuie t renort l?ced br
crvanoo wc would Hunk htm W Icl u know , was preoi. at .oe cxsminsmw -- -. - - : - ------ . . - -
.v. S...S 1. . I. 1 . r. . t s.m, ,nf,..n, rnmmunitV i,uW lh CvlOirU.t L imf Tot W BOB) Jl eOterUICtd a high lespCCt,
THtfrrTcinttarulUani.o9 a 0t p aesnl
rfl prl.Hr alltbit wk. Th fir.iJ Jury
r lM hmtt an atvubjaer of Inrnnrtt Wfora IIkm, aod
h rtrr4 iota wirt an unutoal oumlwr of Ulli, id 1
h4 DalfcwJuJ Hit toimm Wfura Ibrm yrrtarJaj'. A
lrt UQOiNr v( llnJi har itta (oJxtfJ, and mdic
tallli har t-n f aoj fer rtimina! rtTimn.
ir i 1 1 rrrn At It rl an j1 I'lwtWin la thit
atate it U UliteJ tl.it l)nti it Via llarea earnJidal li
rt-ctxtnl Coitnu bj a irwJ mijorilj, and t IV.
toa Cfclistl I bull "tka W'Ug prtj lniriM cimcT
moil mc ni cmittiiUtiai, a the rntill lbu ff "l,i rJ
Hf il4t ft o In jla talnncnu HcajjttbeV.il ria
diJtla tlrctnl lotyrirby 10WtaiJority, andlbU jrr
II Mil not tie 'j'Jy
Tl.tri ipjiort alio to bo a Whlj gila In tb ntmlni to
lli Ixf itulare.
Tb CanjrettKiBal rittttaoi prtmiie aim lha imul
tbrtUi main la ) wl Ortfrni the V. II pari
xt tit mrmbrrt aad Ok- Wblji but two. Tit rrtnmi
tbui fir htTt prsbablf rrtsltrd la tkr llrclion of tno
Wbiji aaul two V. 11. nxmbcra. In four DiilrKti tl.o lloa
Ian Ctfctint! tbiaVa tt.trti It no cbuicr.
VoiA Carolina gittn up. Tho Paycltvillc
Juurnal fa V. II. orenn) )''. that Gen. budloy'
majority i 5213, In t lit llouao it c.incrden B5
W. and 85 V. 11. In the Senate a Whig maj.iri
ly ofiro rt luoli ji'ucs the W. a irinjority of two
in joint ballot.
tMlUinn.i. Kcturn rroTil every county in tint
State, gu-c a Whig majority of 22 on joi.it bal
lot. .MirfciWfi. Tho Mubilo Advertiser of Aitpusl
17, contains all the n:turiu from ihc Houre of Itc
prcFintntiveii,thiu Wlnjja 12 Van Ituren 27.
Other pnptira arinnuiieu a W. majority of 2 in the
Ketiitt!, and ten in Ihe House. Tho vole of this
Stale niuat be conceded to Judge White.
1'rnnnjleiiniit. The IS'ew llerlin Slar of tl.c 27lh
tilt, i-ata : "S'f brlictu it iii generally ndmillcd
tint Gun. II Ar.iun. and Fiusru Gi.AMinn will
get thu iiiajortly in Pennsylvania, but onr oppo
nonlH are unwilling to believe tint it will bo 50,.
000. Judging howeverby the n'gns of the times,
it is not improbable that the old Hero and States
man Mill gel upwards of 00,000 majority. Thu
true Jackson men ate all falling into the ranks of
Harrison. In the In-rough of Milton, eoventy five
staunch Jackson men go fur the Hero of Tippe
canoe. The cauto of the People is rolling on."
77ic I'rrsidmtt Klidionrriiiifr Ttmr. The pres
ident of tho United States, nllcr "improving," as
tliu Vatikce phrase in, all opportunities nt taverns,
and on the high roads and by-roads as he jour
neyed to his homo in Tennessee, to vilify tho.e of
his old friends who do not bow down to his anoint
ed aucccbsor, has now, u tecum tho Alabama
election having resulted fcoiucwhat ndvor&cly'to
tho nominee gone to Florence, in Alabama. Ho
left ihe Hermitage on the 22d ull. Tho pretext
of thid movement, is, uu observe by the Globe, a
vibit t.f business to .Mrs. Collie, a relative of the
late Mia. Jackson, and widow of Gen. Cufiue, of
whose etlato Gun Jai'kson is trustee. Hut its Gen
ColTce has boon dead somu years, and us alter
March ue..t, Gen. Jackson will be master of his
own time and movements, it is reasonable to as
siiino that v. hat has been pix-tpontd unlil now, might
without injury for aught that appears nt least
have been postponed a few months longer.
Hut it is also said that 1 ho President is to return
In Wellington by tho way of Pennsylvania, where
nln, wo btippoic, ho will find some pretext of bu
sinefd, or of laudable curiosity, to account for a
circuit, otherwise obnoxous to thu possible Impu
tation of being undertaken for political purpose.
When, bofom tho timo of this "laotoflho Ro
mans," has this country been disgraced by tho o
iien, undisguised offutta of its Chief Magistrate to
pruuote the election of a successor named by him
self? .V. 1'. .hiurunn.
Tho National Intelligencer of Thursday, says
"T. Hartley, Crawford, Ilsq. has been appointed
by the President of the U. Stales one of the two
Cmninistioncr constituted under a resolution pas
bed at the last session of Congress to investigate
thu vauan of tho recent hostilities of the Creeks,
and Iho frauds nlledged tn Into been committed iu
the traiirfcr of thcirlaiid reservation. Allerd Hatch
Fsq. of Tennnstee, is as.iciatd with him as Com
mist loner, and John M. Wysc, Etij. of Maryland,
appointod Serrolary lo tho commission."
Chiif Jiuiiic if .V. 1WA-. Mr Nelson has been
appointed Chief Justice of the Supremo Court of
New Vork, lo fill tho vacancy occasioned by the
resignation of Judge Savage. It is the practice in
.Vow York, that the Chief Justiceship shall pass by
seniority to the next member on the bench, and
thu Guvcruur has not departed from it.
Maku iomv'4 1'iiCLosumu. From tho follow
ing article, which appeared in the Journal of Corn
mvrro of Thursday, it will be seen that a reply to
Maria Munk's book by the friends of tho Catholic
priests in Montreal ha jutt been publithcd.aud that
a rejoinder lo this reply, in a form of a preface lo
a new edition of Maria Moiik'o book, is in a courtu
of preparation, and will suon make its appearance.
.V. 1'. U'j.
JVr thtJuur. if Can.
.Vettrt lU'rfjrt The lung expcclojljand much
talked of book from Mi.ntrral against Maria Monk
and her dUclusunur, has at length made its appear-
ancc. It is a auall UOoic, containing about, l.iu
pages, 16mo. but it spoaks great thing, tho leuor
of which may be inferred from the title, viz : "Aw
ful Exporxirc ofthe atrocious plot formed by ccr
lain individuals agiinst the Clergy and Nuns of
Lovvoi Canada through the tnleivenlion of Maria
Monk." Tno whole book awutne tho poilion
that Maria Mouk'sboak, is not her own production I crn states, who took possession ofthe land with
but that of "certain individual j" n "avaociaiion out tnle, or pretention to any mle, and thua drew
ol impeitors a "band of fanatic kc.
Allow mo to aay lo tho public al large, thai a
reidv to this tissue of uiiticpreeoiiutioas is in a
couite of preparation, and will be published iu
due time as a preface to a new work by Maria M.
containing further ditclousurea of the Hotel Diou
Nuaaery and of the Nun' Island.
That portion of me wmiis which is raoai intiy
to maVo an unfavorable luiprotaton ruc4ing ihe
i r M.n M.mk. i the reuort ufthc tx-
blllUII VI el " -... , t
' .. i C 1.. nr.A.HIi. lhrlis ) a. . n t C t CA Iatl M. IKimJllIIOll in 1FXAI IU
tw. or many 'of ibem dewed 'o know the
truth, were befooled by ibrj conmng crrtliie"
or me print a ind nana.
J. J. SUICVM.
t'nmtht .Vnr Yvrk Olttrur,
Ily an arrival at thii port, Iondon paperi hire
been reecitcd to the 0th of AtigoM, and Li.bon
paper to the 13lh.
Tim new revolutlnn in Spain.eommenced a fer
innnlht ai nee, it niakin; rapid proereaa. Tho con
tilutirn of 1812 ha been aoleninly proclaimed at
i I milt. Seville, and Dadnfiz, ai well at at Malaga,
""J it scema now not Improbable that the existing
government 'll be overthrown.
A teller datixl Madrid. Aug. 5th, any : the
Frcnrh Ambastadur at ibis court, has declared, that
if, in conieipienco of this iniurroPtinnnry mne
rncnts w'neh have already commenced, the existing
fundamental laws a lion Id give place to the consti
tution of 1612, all diplomatics) relations will im.
mediately be flopped with Ihe Government thtia
citablianod, and paipnrts dcinindud."
Thorni pipers coutnins iiitelligenro of thn drath
of Lieut. Gen. Fvatip, the commander of the Eng
lish division in the North ofSnin. Ilr ifiro from
a sickness under which he had been long timo
Tho session of the Ilrititli Parlunont, it was
expected would be closed about Iho 22d of Au
gust. An interesting discussion upon Tcxian uffairs
occur re I in the Urittsli Ilniiro of CtnnmoiiH on tho
5th of Aug. Wu give below thu most important
parts of it.
'Ike Trsinn quettum in the llriti:h Uovte of Com.
Ill the London Times we find thu following
sketch ot n short debate on the Texas question in
the Itriiish House of Commons on the 5th of
Mr II. Hoy said ho rose to bring forward the
motion of which he had given notice, on this sub
ject. He would endeavor to bo as brief as the im
portance oftho subject would permit him a sub
ject of the highest interest to tho great cause of
humanity, and of immense importanco to our colo
nial possessions in tho wcstnrn world, mid to a
large body of our most respectable merchants nt
home, Who had embarked 70,000,000 dollars in
tho Mexican dominions. What let him ask,.vould
be the consequence if tho United States should be
suffered to wrest the Texas from Mexico, and lo
take possession ofit ? Would not Cuba and tho
other Mexican possessions then fall a prey to the
Thn laws of Mexico prohibited tho enrrying on
oftho slavo trade, and if this revolted providence
should remain a portion of the U. S., nnd tdiould
as such, proceed to carry on that abominable traf
fic, it would directly violate n treaty made with
this country. Tho press of America had long tak
en the part of tho Tcxian. and had spread tho moat
exaggerated statements" tgainst tho Mexicans, and
it was evident that.thc iinlopcnucnco oi Texas nncu
.t.Lt:.t. J, il.i r.vtJo. vnull soon lia nt!ia!
to the federal Union of North America. Tho num.
bor of States in tho Union had originally been but
HI ; thuy wero now increased to 20 ; and there
could bo no doubt that if Texis were add)d lo that
Union, the basis of tho connection would bo to
establish olavery nnd tho slavc-trauo permanently
iu that province. He bpggud to nsk tho noblo lord
opposite (Lord Palmcrston) if within tho last ten
daya ho had not received an application from the
Mexican Government for the good offices of this
country to remonstrate witli tho United States
against tho Gross violation of treaties ami tho ag
gression of their Southern States. Tho Hon.
member rend uxtracts from speeches of Mr Huskis-
son find of .Mr. John Quincy Adams, to show tho
imnurtancc to America, in a commercial point of
viuw.uf unnexing Texas to its territory.
Unless Mexico was assisted nsshc ought lo be
by this country, she would bo so weakened as soon
lo become an easy victim to the ambition oftho U.
S. of America. The motion with which ho intend
ed to conclude was, for an address to the crown to
toko such measures as were proper for tho fulfilment
oi'the existing treaty, by which this country was
bound lo co-oporatu with Mexico. Ho was of
opinion that England ought nut only lo rcinon
slrale with America, but have a naval force on tho
coast to support Mexico against American aggres
Mr H. G. Ward seconded the amcndmcut.which
involved a subject upon which bo bad been long
nnd was deeply intcicsted. Tho importance of the
province of Texas was but little known in this
hoiiEO or by tho country . The province Keelf con
sisted of a largo tract of tho finest laud ; it had nu
mcrous good und only iwo bad ports, nnd tho pos
session of it would give to Iho parties obtaining it
the full command of tho whole Gulf of Mcxico,
The Mexican Government on its first intcrcour
with this counlri, an Intercourse of increased nnd
Mill inereaung commercial importance to this
country, had stipulated for the abolition in ill ter
ritory of the slavo trade, ami ha (Mr Ward) could
state thai lifts stipulation had been moat rigidly
enforced and observed, and he did not behove that
there were now in the Mexican etaios, except Tex
as, 20 tlavcs. To Texas the U. S. had long
j turned covetous eyes, and to obtain posresaiun of
mat provtuco nau ucen me hi uujucv ui h poucy.
During fill icidcnce in 3ioxico,,vner!c contrived
lo have a proposal made tu Iho Mexican Govern
mcnt, offering IU,0UU,uuu uoiurs, lor certain pri
vileges in Texas, and ihat proposition hiving been
refused, America ihen proceeded to cneourago the
settlement iu Texas t-f the refuee of her on south
Into it a population exclusively tiavo auu Amen
can. A declaration oi inuopeiiucncc, ncxi ioiiow
ed. That declaration nued from men rtcogniring
no law, and signed by only one Mexican, the Pre
idert of tho province, a man oftalcut, it was true,
but who had dealt Urge) in Texian !ands, aud
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aought hit own advantage. He waa aupposcd to
have formed a connexion with aomo influential men
' of the Amencan Cabinet, and amongst tbern with
Sir Forte vtb. WBil men nau louoweo n
cutting the necessity of rewfrnting the lNJar-
non oi me independence oi Texas. I
lnl ralnanl.Hiobwrvisl.that h !i.l twit fl hunirlf !
at lilwrl) lo setfrtn the prpnl of th hratutatiU ratm
tr from 3mirtamptn, ha trotted that ortthrr lh ho-1
i f nitml rn nr ih Mom trnolu Imarinr thtt u.
a iHrMifthat he llj mit fsal Iha Impnrtsiwf of ill ohl.tl ,
or Ihsl lilt Majutlr't Gotrnnifnt wate tot a mwoh
anlmatn ai wat lh honorable mimWr with lb tl'iirv
to put an end to thirvtl to which lb adjrrn ha hJ
mnrl f..r mainly rrUtr.1. (Ilfar, betr.) II (tml
I'almentnn) trotted that he ihoul.l I able lo' pmti In
lh linns thai Ihe aj.lf.i ronri-l f.ir wai at prwnl In
soma rripectt unnreetstry , and In olhr rf ioli piema
tir. The oWrrratlims iif ilia two hnnrabtn rnllrinin
wh'tbail prrepilnl him divkleil ttlriViMlfH into Iwndif-'
lfnl t ratMliM- Hi on rrltlln; n Ihf trail m larr-f.
Mth rrraril t" th political qiiitln,umloiiblr Jly lb
pmribility Hint th proriiir of Tai might t aJ,lJ o
the U. S. wii sutiji-t which otitht lenouilr lo cnear
lb uttrntiiMi of Ihe liuuic and of lb rimntry, but hrjnl
not Ihink that Ih rrcnts winch had orr-urrrnl M.r.lisl
anr eround for toppiistn Ihat thrr wat anr turh pm
babilit of it oecurruii at toeall unno '.bit hmiie load.
drrtt lb Cn.wn with reference to that malr.
ThrttateofTcast at prctfnt wt tbit a revolt br-
in lakm place there, the Mfi-n Army had hccml.
tpatibcil fur tb pnrtotnf putlins ft il"Wii. Their fmt
opcrtl.ititil been gralflj tueeesful, but a pari nflbc
army bavin; veiy eontlJcrably ailvanceil lnynii.1 the rctl
it wat inrpritrd by Ihe Texmn foree, route 1 with great
tUii'blcr, ami the prrtident takrn prisoner, tl might
lm hmiiIi1c llial tlio res tlance or In people oi l exat
mijlil prevail a'ainit Iho aiithnntiet nl Mexico, but, on
Ilia "Hit hand, the numerical itrentli Uy with Ihn army
of th Mexirnn rv rriment, who from Ihe latl accountt
wbiih hail been reel ivctl, wire prrpann' to make freih
I ITortt In reinfnrco their armv. n.l from what nlfc,!v
lisppeoo,!, tl.e, final rlioltol the itrilflr ciiul.I nnl be
iilfcrre.l. With retpect In lb Unite. 1 Stale-i of America
ill Ihn matter, although he wat aware Ihat individual!
in llune tlatet hsd given great atti.Unce to the revolting
population of Texas, yet the inmlucl of Ihe rcsponiibl
gnvernmenl of America wat Ihe reverie. If regard were
bad In the Prriideut't mstage lo Congress, it would be
found In emit ain an uncqiiivocol dcclaratiou of that cor.
criinient In lake no part ill the Mexican civil war, and
Ihat tu accordance with that ileclaralion omen he J been
itrueil o rnfoice tho laws in prevention of individual!
mining themiclvet up iu the mntter. lie (l.nrd P.)
Ind th.it opinion of the honor and good faith of the gov.
criimcut of America, at to tiippote tliat they wouM act
up to that declaration; nnd ho thought freih circuiiutan
et ought to ariie before an addrett should be lent to the
Crown on the political branch of the question. (Hear,
hear.) Now with retpect to that part of the question
which relnted to lb trade in tlavet, the Hon. gentlemen
oppmile had rcmaiked that no corretpcmilence had been
laid" before Hid house with regard lo tho progrctt or dim
inution of Ihe tbive tnulc supposed lo cxitt in Texas,
while oilier placet wcro given. The fact was to and
tho explanation he bad to olfcr wat, that lift Majesty's
government had no agautiii tho province of Texas, and
tlioy had only lately received information Iroui the
Ilrititli minister ut Mexico, bearing on the illicit trade In
sbivei tuppoted to bo carried oil ill Texas, It would
he a great evil, much lo he deplored, it Ihe courto "I me
civil war were lolead to Iho extension of or re-cttabliih.
mcnt of ilavery. Thai wat a mutter deserving the at
tention of the house j and if the home itippoteil that bis
Mnjctty t government were either inuiflcrciil or unwill.
ing to bettow the mott vigilaut care to prevent inch an
nvil, ho should be willing lo agree iu thinking with the
Hon. member from Southampton, It nitleii to ndniomh
the government in tho manner he proposed; but he
fl.ord PA asturcd the house, tho government remiirc.l
no juch ttimulus to perform their duly, and ho thought
thai what they were now doing might lio acrepiej nt a
proof Dial they were anxious olid uctivc in endeavoring
to put down Ihe tlavo traJo in every part of the wmld
and to prevent ilt springing up in quarters where it did
not nlrcady exist; but bo did not Ihink there wji any
cont'dera bio danger of tuch an evil being tho result ol
llio .Mexican civil wnr,lor II wnsaviueiii inai oiuier l ex-
as mutt bo conquered and yield to Mexican nulhority,or
Hint it, hy succeeding II its struggle, would liccoino an
indepcudant state ; or 3lly, add ittelfto tho U. S. of A
mines, flow iril MhiH uImIt, v.-. -Inlr.
lithcd, no more encouragement lo the slave trade would
be given in Texas than tu any other Mexican state.
gdin, if the Mexican authority was thrown off, and th
independence of Texas declared, it would then b open
tn tin's country to iutcrfero and put down un trade in
slaves that might bo carried on. Lastly, if Texas should
in tho progrest of events, become n member oftho U. S.
of America, though slaves might be tent there from oth
er ttntcs, there would be no real danger of Iho impnrta
lion of slaves from Ihe coatt of Africa or Ihn iilandt in tho
SVett Indict. lie wat inclined to beliet e thai an impor
tation into Texas of slaves from Cubn had taken place.
but he had mil heard of any such importation of thn
coatt ol Afr.cn, Willi regard to tho importation ufalavos
from Cuba, he mint say, that it had occurred before Iho
treaty concluded between Spain and this country for
tupprctting the slave trade had come into operation.
Th statement of Ihe linn, member from Southampton
therefore, applied to a time anlcctdent to tho rulifioathh
of ill treaty.
T KX AS.
.llltiiipt to kitlnap Santa Anna !
A New Orleans paper states (hit a gentleman just ar
ritid iu that city from Vclsuo, Texas, reports that the
A narienn schooner l'atiaic, Hughes, nhichleft Ihat port
a short tiuiii previous loaded with prnvitioui, winct, ic.
for Texas under pri tence of trading, but whito real pur
pots wat lo itnuggle Santa Anna on boa rd.be fore all their
plnut had matured, wcro discovered in the act of going
fur him. The Texian government have seized the
schooner and imprisoned all concerned.
Lund Sprtluntion. The spirit of apeculation so
prevalent throughout tho whole west, will, If 1
mistake not.provo tho ruin of thousands of our most
Thn price of real estate in Cleave1and,!iaa risen
aa little iu propoition in its real value as in any
part of Ihc eountry, and yet it is enormous. On
Superior Si-, tho great business at. of tho city,
J 300 per foot have been offered for lot and re
fused this season ; tho lots being only of moderate
depth. The rent of a well finished room for a dry
good or hardwire ttoro.carrics from g000,to J300.
in this at. Ilulldliig loin, on other at. arc sold
from jSIOO ocr feet, counting of courto only the
front, down to 25 according to the location.
Tho rent of a conifotlablc house vanes accord
ing to size and circumstances, from 8400 to
A 150 5250 perhaps, being tho medium.
Lands that a short timo since were sold by tho
acre, are now measured by the inch, and individual
poeteasing a little real estate have suddenly be
come wealthy, by tho rise of projierty.
The discerning ones, however, lament this state
of thing. Young nifii by a few successful pur
chases have acipjired from S10.000, lo 50.000,
and a prudent gradual acquisition of property,
though sufficient to satisfy any reasonable deaire
is doomed altogether too alow, by many who with
at a aingle turn to become sufficient.
It is in fad a complete gambling spirit one
which produce all its excitement.end will, 1 doubt
not, be attended with the same effects. I spak
now no morn of CIcavcland than of 100 other
placer. Speculation ha become a profession
one that the initiated only can pursue with bope1
ofauccess. If psst observation if the h'story ol
our country is worth any thing if we can reason
fiom the past to the future with any crnnnty.there
must be i tune when the extravigant price ofthe
city and village lo'. cow demanded will come
down. Indeed, much ol th sneculitioti is on
Mr ' Cctilioui capital, aod tire kooatng onea, seem f
- cilculate Urge'y oa the gullibwiy of lucte who
bung 5nny from the Kaat, intending to bvcom
Fictitious nle ar often made, and trnmrted br
the interettrd, aa (Oing to show- tie prosperity of
t ir plaer, and tho afely of making insestmenl.
tet me caution younp men, or older one, from
rurning Wet llh eaal Or speculation, against
purchasing, until they are well acquainted with the
situations and prospect of the place where they
propose to invest ihelr fund. (rrfpctij7,l tj
it Cuan, Oil.
The following very affecting extract I form a
letter written by Lieut. Lynch, the commander of
Iho Tigris steamer I
"F.ilphnile strainer, off town of Anah.iii
the River F.opliiaire, May 17, lb3C
"Poor Unbelt ji no mnrv he went down by my
iilrnn the 21st ofthia m mth, Iii a dreadful elotm
that drove my vpel to Ihe bottom ia a few min
ute, as wo were running along, proud in leading
the way, over the unknown atretm, and confident
in our vcscl a nd Ihe band around us. All wa
blighted in a few minute, and even yet, I can on
ly look back with stupor to ihn dreadful event.
Little did wo think that death waa hovering o
near, I an the storm coming, and prepared for
it, but pieparatinna were of nn avail it daehed
us before) it, amidst n cloud nfsand, dark n mid
night ; and rlrfl to fragments by (he racking light
nli.g Mini echoing wlih iho thunder tint appeared
all around us, mnn'it pnny hand wn put eric, a
sinking wreck. Wo sank together ; thfico waa I
dragged down by tnmn alnklug aallnr, and when t
rose unencumbered from the last deadly atrugjlt.
nearly exhausted, I looked around in vain for Rob
erl. A few minute dashed mo, clinging to tho
passing fragments, to tho bank, whero I climbod,
not to find him; oh! wo had partod fornvcr, he
was nover aern more. I cannot go on. Suffice
it to any, though I have lost all, Ihe atnrm could
not lenvo any stain on our name. Tim Committee
of officers nppoiiitod an usual iu such circumatan
re, give me, with eagerness, in their report to hia
Majealy's Gjvnrnment, full credit for judgment
lo meet, and intrepidity to face danger, and avert
it nn became an otlirer ; and thovo who roiniin to
mourn for their lost comrades are as eager to
sootho my loss, by tcatifying their belief that they
wero led through tho danger by an officer whom
thn appcarnnec of death did not divert from hia cf
fulls to aavo thorn. Twenty of my lino crew,
which waa above !!5 in nil ; nnd when I waa dash
ed In the shore, I had hardly breath to return
lliatika for my enfi'ty to the power by n'hoso baud
nlouc I could have been saved. Adieu."
Lovr Aitn tmiciiui. An extraordinary ovent,
a few evenings since, excited n great commotion
iu nno quarter of llrussels. About 8 o'clock tho
report of two pistols wns heard preceding from a
room on the second lloor of a tavern in tho Ruo
de lc Madeleine, which had been occupied for four
days by a lady and gentleman who came from
Paris, Thu person '.vho went into the room on
hearing thu report found two persons lying dead
mi thu lloor, they having killed themselves with
pistols, which Ihoy still held in thntr hands. It
nppcars from n passport which tho young man.
had nhnut him, that his namo was Vandcputto, a,
n.o.hoal wtudoni, 90 yernffr, born and awltlitii
nt Paris. Tho namo of tho female, who tocmu
to bo about 20 or22 years old, is not known. It
sccmo that siuco their arrival at llrussels, these
young persons had repealcdly expressed their in
tention of committing suicide. It is said that tho
immediate causo of their executing their intention
Ann the arrival at hrussels uf another female,
fnrmc'.y tho mistress of the young man, who had
followed him from Paris. Though tho unfortunate
young persona wctn decently dressed, they had no
clothes hut thrmo they wore, and in the young
man's pocket there were only a few live contimo
pieces and a pawn ticket for a waistcoat of tho
Monte ile Picto ct Paris. The piatnls were quit
i.ew small brass pistols, nuo of which burst in tho
explosion. Freudi jntpcr.
DrATllor Aaros llenn. Col. Aaron Uurr died al 8la
ten liland on Tcusdiy tho (ith intt a;n8l. He baa filled
s large, apice In his country' history, anil ll is understood
that be has led aomo piTt which will throw important
IirM uion the circumstance which bl to hit arrtat for
treason, and hitconseqaent political downls!!.
In Dinhy.on tho 16th Intl. Mr JoclColtin lo Mary Hia
pie, both ut Uanby.
ltnil ItoiMl iVoifcv.
NOTICE is hereby given thai a twtition will b pre
ferred lo III Legislature of the Htale of Vermont at
their next tetiiuii.for the grant of a Hail Head from llo
uington, through tho couolici i,f llsuuington, Rutland,
AdJiion, Chittenden, aud Franklin, to Canada liu,iu the
Junction of Montreal.
JOHN A. CONANT,
Sept. 7th, 1R3C, 333w
WE the sjbtcrilicis being appointed by
tho Hon. Probate Court for the diatricl
of Rutland, comintaaioiieri, 'o receive, exainiue
mid adjust ull claims and demands of all persona
against the estate of
RODNEY C. ROYCK,
late of Rutland, in said diitiict, dcceaseJ, rrp
retcnted insolvent, and also all claims and do
mauds oxhihiteil in offset thereto; aud til uiuutlu
from the .llh day of July laU being alloweJ by
said court forllut iiirjiose. vve do tlierrfoic here
by give uotice that vve will atleml lo the Uisincn
of our n'ul appointment, at R, i'icrpoint'at office
in Rutland, on the 2d Mondays of October and
December next, from 10 o'clock A. M. until
o'clock P. M. on each of said days.
K I'lEUPOINT, )
;. T. UODOLS, (Xwh,
Dated at Rutland, this 19th dty of 4fplrwa
ber, A. U. 183G. , 39
rriHIS ii certify iblt I hive i-elinquiibed
L to my mn Wm. F. iUaxeb, lil t"e nJ
given him libetiy to trade and act 'or li'miself, and
J shall claim none cf tin earning nor pay auy
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ilenia oi nu loniraciiii;: nci ooi uo.
Shibury, ui 20, I835
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