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"Hetr eomr the 'Hrmld of n nolr rntltl, with newt from nil Knlloii."
TMEMBER 11, 1S3S.
I'uUlOictl rirrr TufMlnr, nt Uutlnml, VI, tr
TEIUVIB OP TltXS 7 A? SB.
IT To iiWnltn i tke urttj yiO. I! ml sabwrilwes
J7'' f Jl.ta is adtnsice.
1 the pi.rerr or mr-tirs-ee hd taken
i "f wcb tw.tbincry, tt lh lino of mkm: the re
1 c d.
Jl, Tin bill of m)i mentioned h the first rer.
nn of I bit. act. eha'1 h)h end mcn'i.ned bi
two witneeae., and acknowledged bef.-rp a jostire nj T l 'be privileges an
im- pwp, in me estne innnrw mote ranees
hold and convey mi much yttmtl and real estate j of this spiritual desfrplrttn from hi (Wwlwv
ss msy be noreary In carte into etfiecUlhe object It happmed in this !.
t .t who Isle iWttr iwtwf tt ll.e OtBre 5l.7.Vr fl-MI N scaled. VtllneswJ and atki.ul.
a t.'naet tadnalotl mWcnbrri who lake, taeir iwa f l tdM'd.
. OfT.ie 1 Up ssme.
ft written to Wm papers am et i pscVtf bj.tsre
i 1 1 ine
fegi-rntieft o the Hoatkcin snd tWIn-flr I'ott llnalc.
I wiom hii tre deli.eresl by oar timer, it tlietr ttwse,
5 1 'I .. thine In in; off tlw rattle either in ptrktget or
'if ft.li. A dwmial nt U els. will tea msde to cteh
irfilio pj In sdv tin. .No erne i aiithortsod to
d iSnrca-t. Ufipiis. n"l tji ! c. w, l tkopstwtshavV
t , ni 'tn our Whtc friend en ft ate willing to comply with
t j w left.,,, tl p nrnniMlr. the pnWHfcer will I nhl.snd
t- w lUJrsw lu rtrnei ttosilhe i.Mrio. d tt) will lu ,
Uf without Hi new, or ruin to tltp nfire for it j
! I'"rr i imio ko t.Vo Hit lpr' ol noglteH In
i r'ij w . If (LitgtJ i5ci. m additioa to lb tboto '
to piper i itiarnnttniml until all irrwtfr ttt Mid,
v n ut i)i iit,li)icr t conicd tht tbrjritttr nill It
I ' Tf Admlirlns rolomrr, rack Mrrilant. Me
- li wr. Af . lb mjMniT Moult) ttuRrot that tbov ht)
Apjirotc. Nu. a. iSflo.
Ax Act, ratling apfiroprUt&fli for tie Mttaf it.
i I do am
of rrH'-fne tltnttnnd di!!ir t
f nutlt tn.n-Miti'.n, wit m x'''' I " IbntiMind ;
ifi.lltif, idI lliti, Mth)rct Itnaxitiiin ; may lttvr ,
common ml, and br MtnS l(rr tt p!.uir, bimI J
liljKcr tut i. Km in r.ir
jiirion, f,.r ih pirtiBr frpcliiijr or rpairinj' '
tuit jU Utildirjit fur (lit M$!rrnicitr lietot.f.
U. K.ili nd iirty rnrpuiriii ro f..r tl. tl.ntl
Nvr (i ll puwer to ink tfllr pti rj ; ami
rrfiiUimnii, ri-rlt a prvm4Bir l!e limr nud olmrt
of h'tlJtng their HH-elirtfn, tipultiinf tU modv or
nwctinjr twir ollitff, imrwtf Kit putlinrity
rtiW."' A Ullnr nan fniiml nn llm t.1.1. wl...h
Ititpprrwd in thin mm. 1 ltrlfd try hlr int.trn . Hho had been tmlnr.
'Vtp,' rld oo nf hi l lb 4MCM, 'I j 4 by hr (tiDdi. contrary lo licrown ftr Hill, Hi
had a funnv dmaan lt mvlit " ! naaar In i.lf m mmrttnn M, 11,,,,, i ..i
W!l, Tiiiamt, wi-at ynr funny drm V
'Why, I drcatned that the dtl eM tela ymr
tlfrr1, ' ..-
V, !, ihrt drill, and thai h Awod yno draw
tn( a (lata of pin fi,r poor Arbn JanHW, h h
fi', aa4 who bmk lata litli hiby'a am IM ntlMr
day, brau ah fried hn W carn hom dmnk.
And I tbnucht lira dnvi! cam tin in tha cwiWvr.
v ....... , ... .. , ..i ,i .. i ... , imiuani i uit. , i, , i , ff niumv-"
ami dly ef Mrh t.ficrr, (tMdinr; the 'ck f aairl and laid lh rnd of hta hm tall down mi a t'hatr
eurrati'in into at iMtmsitrt fa thry way w and traned over toua'da lie barrel i f fin ifhrre
;W(r, .M rhtoMrrtJRi'M trMHtiNii Ik. y war MaMtir.r iu draw rd aaked tn
cutter by piiv-atr aalc nr Iho pnyturnl f aueh
lifri-by appropriated. fr lite pnrp.nr uf paying the i ar-ettiitfiiU and taxi-a ft ntay be nrdcred and di
nrurmuren ol the I,tptitiiant.nt.ernir, I ht adnata j reetrd by raid corporation, wl.it It aliarrr rhall be
tr.d lh hnur-e of rr;itcseiitalica, and the con'in- , eoiwiderrd petMnal ratatr, tn all interna and pur
enl oipecReaiif tlm Gpnrral Aaaemtily, tho de , pnaea ; and when any ahare or t-lurea ahall be at.
. Iitio'.al in lurmneai lo laor htm with thvir rta lrn Hie Ireaanry
benlnrc of the audit r of accounla, rocli ttatanea
f arc provided by In-, and audi aumaaa are direc-
l d by r pecial acta of the legialaturu tu be paid from
it rj- .ti of Contitr an hi circuluion it new erj hrge
ami frueul linuj)ul tna Uawaty.
Jjitivs of l".vmnm.
An Act, rrlatinc lo the office and duty of Serf anl-at-Arm..
' is htrthtj runctrj by Ihf General .lttmlhj nf Ike
State of I'trmont, ns follow :
1. Tlicro miall be ntimially cliojcn It) I ho joint
nsfcmbly of ic rcimtc and homo nf teprnjenla
tuce. a fcargcsiil.nt-arinfl, wliu ahall hold hid of
fice fW ono year from ll.o llral day of December
next succeeding liu appoititnient, and who flnll
(jive a bond to I lie treasurer, with aureliRH to tha
riMfactiun of raid Ucaaurcr, in I cum of two
thousand dollar, conditioned for the faithful per
formance of his ollicinl duticr.
2. The ieatgcatit-al-annH tlioll fcc that tho
rliamhorr, cominiltce room, and Iti'jbiL-s occupied
by Iho General Aarembly, are kept in good order,
and that the firca arc reasonably Kindled, diligently
tended, and carefully extinguiched ; ami lie aliall
niamtitn order among tho FpoclalLra ho may be
admitted into tho roomn in which the respective
branches hold their eennomt, and tnko proper mea
aurej, to prctont tho intotrupiton of cither branch,
or of any committee thereof.
3. He ahall at tho commencement of each fc
sion of tha Gonoral Aascmbly, appoint, subject to
t'.ie approval of the presiding efficors ol the two
branches, rcapectively, suitable and propir perfons,
to bo doorhcepora, mcftsongors and attendants of
Iho two branches, the number of rach oflicera to
be regulated by the rulcnof each house.
II. The acargeatit-al-artr.a rhall serve nil pro
ccia, and rxc:uto all audi orders as hlmll bo ro
rjii'rcd ol him by cilhnr house of the General As
sembly. 5. lie ahall havo the general charge and ovor-
night of the alato houee, and ita ground, end ep
A fum tint cicecdini; forty. right thooaaiid
dfllara ia hereby approprialod for lli Hirpi of
paying audi detnandu agnintt tho ntate ai, ma; bo
allnued by (ha auditor of account, nnd Nieh or
dera may be drawn by ihe t-oprenio and eoonly
coutta.and aoch ordera aa may bo drawn by author
lly of Iho act enlillod "an set for iei"hiliii(t nd
govrrtnnjr the militia of thi statf," upproved by
the Governor, iN'uvembor 1, 1SS17.
3. Tho ftim of fivo tliouianil dullara in hereby
apprnpria'cd fur the ayinrui of ckiinn against the
Vitrinont atate prison, which sum the trenaurrr ii
authorized and dirrcted lo pay to tho order of ''
superintendent nf mid ririr no b)' fiid Miper
iiilrrHloni applied in payment of the claims now
on Ma tiding ngninU the pfiaon.
Approved, Nov. 5, 1839.
As Act, mcning a tax for the auppoil of Govr rnmcnt.
M krrtljy tnnttnl hy the General ,'inevMy of the
State nf Vermont, That therein asesacd a lax nf
tlirt'o cnntu on iho tlullar on the list of tho polU
anil rnlcablt) pttaiu of the inhabitant nf this stale,
for the year one thnucind right hundrt'd and thir-ty-cinlil
: to he naid into the ireaturv hv the firtt
day of Juno next, in monuv. cortifioa'tei.", or notoa ! frmoJ. and ho is heroby required
iasucd by Iho trcaaurer of thii etale, orders drawn
by the auditor of accounla again! the Male, or in
orders drawn by or under lira direction of the eu
promo or county courts.
Anprored, Nov. 5, 1S3B.
taeiied on mesne prnce, an atteattd copy ol utich
pro-wa and the offiepr'a return tlrreon, a (tall be
br the 'l!ircr serving I lie tame, lodged wiib (he
clerk of tsald corporation, otherui.e the writ or tv
laehment ahall be void.and aaid tliama may be "ld
in iImi aaine manner as U provided for the aale of
any uihor poraonal property, and tho iillicer aer-
if )o aan't deacon. And I thaoght yam didn't
look op, hot ta-d you , and then ha grinned,
and ahiiok hi tail like eat I hat liaa tnouM, and
aaya he to me,--That trt't tk tteaeem fur me,r
and ran oat of tho hop lanphtng eo loud that 1
put my finger in my eara and woke tip.'
The dream waa more than the- fathnr eoold
eland ; it put an end lo hi delation, and to hi
trade in ardant pint. Of cmtra the pig had not
entirely eaten up hi conscience.
Chapter 0, the alripod pig conclave of patriot,
philanthropiata, temperance men, i"d dtaintteid
friend of the poor. Chap. 7 ttripr-d fig philan-
I'TfTi i,er tietrl tn ttw )(MtrtC mun al.ne alluded
lo. and (hay, that nlfhf, wiih thn Irnnk., five hon
drod p.urtna tod all, fled ttt HiatHljr Point, In lltM
Statu, and by fl,rnVlnek ih tho mornleg, aim who
w lo kavo been A!r Dtwrnt had become Mr Mc
UB ! D. M. K.
Tk TV OtinaM. ,. rfrryb,,-The Dec.
itfH ha h-mi Hit, tftaely bihI t)tiiinily rendered
inia rhyme; and wtittlj m thif ehape bo a good ex
trriaeTur lt maoittrien nf ytmng children
1. I am the Lord tby GmI arrvo nnly mo I
1. Beftt9 no Mnl bntv tho lm(,ue knee i
8, (Tit nut my nam in Inflea nnr in jfl ;
d. Dam r.ot profane my r-cd day of real ;
ft. Kfr louaienia doe olH'dititicc pay,
6. Thy Atllo creatnr', man, thou ahalt not alayj
7. In no adulterotia rnmmeirc hear a part :
8. Prom Healing keep ivuhcaro thy hand and
D. Allfalae repoit egainft thy neighbor hate;
10. At.d ne'er indulge a wiah for hit calale.
VI Tkrtt-tynl (lirl. W'u aru informed thai
ing Ihe oxecolittn. hy virtue of which fueh talo fricrtdai of the twu.r. Chan. 7. .irincd rd ohilan- w'r f I'""', h"l trepcctablo citixcn. icaidinir
ahall be made.ahnll leave a copy or said ejtocutinn, 1 ihropv. Chap. 8, the atriped pig tnrned patiiot. J "Vfiniet' Court Hotithttntk, waa delivered of a
with hi rctgrn thereon endorsed, wtth the clerk of ; Chen." 0. the. .irincd niir a friond f lemiwranee ' ''""le "hi!d jt aierday moniing. mlh three oyca.
aaid corporatioii. within twelve day noxl after i u4 w,0ij dimntereated. Chap. 10. the (laugh- Thw lotuhii.g iircumelatno has created a degree
auch aale.and raid aaro nr ehnrocso Mild, aft-re i i.r df the atriped nic vi. at the ballot bojr, at reiiition in the neighboihood that cannot be dc-
atii, aliall, lo all intuntn and pnrp-i.cn, b vonlcd in the late election. A. P. S. nieiiiiona a repotl that
the (tripod pig ia not dead.
I hero is Mime Inral mailer in the aflair : but
Iho Wftrrtn Is wttitAit wiititr Ttfitl M,vralv. nhtt pt.
pose in due term many of the argument ami
device by which flit lovom nf airnng dunk, nnd
il tbo gains of tefli.ig it. eudtator to itain
thouifoUea nnd quiet their conaciencos. f'ennoxt
.), 'Ifie form of agreement, fur ccmtiluting audi
atHOcinlion, ahall be na followit .
Ax Act, relating lo Hanks.
m herrhy enacted by the General ,'UtrtnUy nf
the Stale of I'rrmont, That whenever any banking
corporation in thin s'ale inny desire to close the
business of nurh corporal ion befure Iho tunc fixed
by ita charter for the terminnlion of the Fame, tho
Governor may, on application ol fucIi corporation
purlcnaiicea, and ahall, daily, during thu cession of i 8(U0 hw proclamitior,, fixing and deaignating foiiic
the ccnetal aFsembly, vmt and inupcct all the n
partmcnts of the elate home, except the public nf
licca, and laku all proper precaution np.iin.l dam
aga thereto, or to any property therein.
0. Thu acargeant-at arms ahall furninh station
ary, wood, lights, and ever thing iioconfary lor the
uo of the General Assembly dutin their session,
and shall prccnl hit bills for adjustment to Iho
general assembly, at each session, and tho same
day for the termination nf tho tame, which day
shall be nt Int.t ix momlm 0r such application,
and the luinnoes of any corporation so applying
hhall be as fully anil effectually closed and termina
ted as were such charter to expire by its own lim
itation. PrwUted, the Goornor ehall not issue
such proclamation unlosnit f.htl bo made lo appear
that two-thirds of the legal votos of tho stockhol-
Jar thall have bjon given in favor uf such appli-
ahall bo undo up and included in tho debentures of catron.
the house of representatives. i Provided, that nothing In the prnUtnns of this
.... . t. It ..r. .11 tt.A ' l - .l .1 . . a .. .. ht I n I-
i. J tic scargeani-ai-orros mhh inrtiotiit m , act anaii oe bo routiiuo, u w ncniw "j im.m
duties required by law of tho aurveyur o! pnblic j jng corporation in this fctelo of any right they
building and tho nince of surveyor ol pooiw mtfhi hve, were such corporation to expire uy us
"Tho undersig'ied inhabitant of do
"hereby voluntarily associate for the purpose of
" according lo the drift tectlun
"of an act r.ntith'il "nn net, in addition tn an act,
"for the support of tho Gospel, ptiatcd thu
' day of ono thousand
"eight hundred ihir'y-eight.
"In wittipfs wliereof, wo have hereunto several
"ly tct our hands. Dated at this
thy of in tho jear of
"our l.uril " ."
Which Fnid agreement, after the duo oxecution
thereof, t-lioll he filed iu the ullico of tho toun
t'li'tk fur the town uliuro such association shall bo
luly and fully
to record lh mini', and uhirh ahall be, together
with tho record thoreof in paid town clerk'it ollicc,
sufueieut nvidonco of ha id assoeialiuu.
I. Any ftituit; legislature may altar or amend,
modify nnd repeal this act, at any time, a the pub
lic good may require.
Approved, Nov. 5, 1333.
scribed. I wo of it eyes are represented as bo
ng in lit usual part ol thu face, uhllo Ihe niliii
iiotuil nun is plat ed jutt in tho centre of ho fore
head. It i remari'ablu ton, that the cyc are nei
ther nf ihem alike m tiilur one being blue, ono
harcoi, and one dark eye.
Wji rrltteiiiliAr iinlliifit. t.fm I I ...I .. .
i - '-'fc 11 riiiuiai niiiu, rjttcipi
j in the collection of the llriindi .Mummiiii. Sir 1 Ian
floan used tn exhibit a t hild with three eyes, uut
one, uu behuio uoe fietiiuiiie. H;x'ri of the Ihnet.
All have heard of the L,Mn.,erian ,vMem of ! . dtl?.' EZS. '"RrA? X"?"
that many of our oldet J hore eome oat, "a $,n a lio had done brl-athing."
lie rtynii'if( an long as lie thought necessary . and, nn
otlucminii, r.ntl it imtv be
renders hots listened to its eloquent and benevol
ent author, who fur many yoars lectured on hta
plan of teaching, through tho country. He died
in New Vorl; a wroli or two ago, from tho eovero
w nu nds he received by being run down in tho street
by n carriage. The New York Slar e) -
"Josni'ii La.m:atkii, wa n man of fxtraenlina
ry comprehension of mind tnd rare genius. His
name will gn down to tha latest generation, as a
bencfai.liir of tint human race. Fur though Inegc
mua tloea not associate itself with any grand me
I'hanicai invention, uhirh had augmented tho dom
inion of mind over matter, it will havo a wider
sweep, hecadse it bus Htruck nt the root of all cci-
encoand art, by doming nn ciittn ly new and rap- j
idly otflciei t nyslnm oi culture for ihero mental fa
culties, from which emanate every human power,
and every useful object to which mind may be ap- ;
The J.'tnrailerian nr Mnnilorial .'Jyalem of fid- j
ucatioii, is an epoih in the hutury of tho world,
and eatabhshes tho reputation of its author on an
iinpe.risl.able basis. It is to the accumulation and
ppeod of iiicntl power what steam is lo inanimate
mailer. All countries haw adopted it, and what
ever new schemes it may temporarily encounter, it
must ultimately triumph every whetu pari atm
with the stupendous augmentation it gives to the
sudden, dvvflopcnitnt and unl.mitcd extension T
the intellectual capacities, l'ctslozzi and others
had done much but Lancaster was to them the
buildings, from and after the first day of December
next, shall be abolished.
8. The scirgeant-st-arma shill receive the same
pay as a member of the general aotnbly, ami
auch compentation fur hts services in the roeejs.as
ahall bo allowed by the general aasemMy. to be
made up and included in the debsnlure of the boos
0. Tins act shall take efPrct from it psnap,.
Approved, Oct. 20, 1839.
An Act, to repeal sn ast prertewg tor aurvejw.gwi-
al and county sutveyes.
It t hertly MirrW tk Gtnetal
tie Matt of J'cr !. as follows t
1 The act untitled "an act dreelie ll P-
Approved, Nov. 8, 1833.
As Act, rslaiing to the measure 0f salt- ,
Il it hereby enaeitd by Iki (Stnertl .ZsWjr J
tin Slate bf Vcrmemt, That it shall bo the doty of
lite aeleetmont of any town ir. Ik's aisle, o applt
ration of seven freeholders, to appoint one or more
measurers of salt, wi n thall be orn lo the faith
ful discharge of lu duty, and whose duly it shell
be, on the application of any seller or !oye nf
any sail, ti measure the sense, and who shall re
eetve from the person so applying, one-half cent
net bushel hv htm measured for aor number of
An Act, liitltorizing llm Treasurer to barrow the sum
( is hertlti enacted by the General .'lunnbly of
the Slate of I'trmont, That the treasurer of tin
state is authorized to borrow a sum, not exceeding
thirty thousand dollars in tho whole, far the pur
pofc of defraying the expense of the government,
and mying appropriation thai are or may be made.
Approved, Nov. 5, 1S.13.
As Act, in adoitloo lo an act governing the militia ef
It ii kertby enacted ly the General .'hteitlily of
the iStale if Vermont. Tlioi tim t.gatno.1 uniiniUlM
heretofore comprising 'he first, rifle regiment in
traiiKiin count v, nereioiure auuciieu iu mo mtro , . . j. .- .t . t .7 ' ' ; -..".iiii.iiui
bria-.de and third divt,,.,,, of the militia ol tl... . 1"'.." J""?' ,w ?" ".,W .nM!,,U ,"1. ,.TT.,"'.,B..U,., 4rk. P"
" , , , iwattiioa, ivitivii iituy i. iiu jaintlT aualttlict out in ''i i"'ii"iK iMusnrtiy onto 111 irctti bno in Ilia
state, are nert-oy rcttistaiea anu rnsioreu iu mi inn
privilege, as a regiment, which aid regiment pos
sessed previous to the revision of the iniliua law
in 1S37, to be attached to the second brigade in
the firti divuion of thw militia of this ftaie.tecord
ing lo the new organization, any law or usage to
the contrary notwithstanding,
IVoriM, esid regiment shall not be omitted to
receive of the Governor the quota of arms, nr col
ors, now required' by law to be furnished to ss.ru
Approved, Nov. 5, 1S33.
8"OigVit asked ihe ostler if he had gueu Ins horse otta
accordnji Ins directum ' "Arrah Ihe devil an oat
I've jjnen biui" answered I'at 'ye tould me lo give
them to him when he had got done hraythln' an' I've
watched him every minute, an' ftilh he,sLiaytliin' yet."
Kkcupo of (Jen. Thcller unit Col. Dodgorrom Iho
I'ortii'M til (Juelec.
To tlit V.Jilor ef Marltntie' ' Gaulle
Mi Drill Sni -As much interest Inn been eipretsed
by many preon h.re, as nrll as In Canada, to her the
iictount ormir escspf, Irum what Ins always been con
sidered the iiiimeguablc fortress of Qtichro, 1 will troub.
Is you for a column of your journal, and in as brief a
maimers, posaihle give a Irue narrative of facts, pre
mising Ihatns this will uiiriiestionably meet the eye of
many of tlit tioverniiient ulfirers, prudence will pre.
vent me giving the names of those warm. hearted indi
viduals who risked every thing in gitttig unl or slither
to us, and would fur thai bring on their devoted heads
tbo wrath of lbs dissppointcd blood hounds who soling
thirsted fur our blood.
We arrived in Qiubec on Sunday the tenth nf June,
and were received at the wharf by a rtrong guard ol tha
1st retuisntof Grenadier Guards, Her Majesty's house
hold i'ruops, and escorted by them to Hie cil.ilcl, amid
the groans and hisses nl a Tory in h, prepared for the
occasion, spot upon, reviled and tormented in every
way tbtiir ingenuity could invenl, they lollowed us all
the way, unnl tbs (rates of Ihe lort shut us out from
them from their abuse ol us and our country. Wo
were confined in one of thu bomb proof, ca.emected
rooms, that rd as the prison (or the military prison
i era. It was forinahed as an ordinary priitiri Iron bi d.
steads, iron staples, on wh ch were placed boards for a
' Ubl sod ihe ordinsrv benches il was about tweltt,
fe broad and fifly Let deep two windows m the front
bsMhels Irs than five hundred, ami one fourth of a
ceel star bushel, for all excess beyond such five
nointmcbt of a surveyor-general and county sur. hoerdred. bosholr.
veyors and regulating their office ud doty, i jti, Nov. 5, 1533-
y. The present surveyor-gemma! is hereby di
rected, within one year, to deliver l the Htcrvtsry
of tate, the surveying im-UteeU. now beltmgieg
to the state, to be kept in tho tretary of tUte'e
office, lor the use of state.
Apptoved, Nov. I, 1S33,
A Arr, relating li rtUilsrs sf fsrslgs and i!ci44e
it arrriv eoacteu' fey Ikt Gtrntrol .'htrmUg tf
lie State ef J'-M(Mf, That no eoowv ewsit, r a
ny judge of said court, stsa'.l jtMt any isteose lo , ponsiths.
A Act. in achtrUao to sn astetrtitM sb ist r-ioers;
into osm the reral ads for laying eul seu replrisg
UuktrAy etid hy the Gmeml .'lutmUyof
sW Slate iff 'rrsaesif, That ae nrtaon fhll be en
titled to compensation from any town or other cor
poration for a loss ssitiaified in eoate)ie of the
failure of any toed or bridge, such fstluie having
bytpfssoed at the Urv. and having been by
bt passMre or aliempiSMl psanage of a cirriaje
HISTORY OF THK "STRIPBD PIG."
This is the Mile of a I ft Is book of 70 pses,
published by W'npple k Damrell, flo.ton. Doe
the reader know anj thing of tlie "striped pig f
At a militia muster atlVdtiam, Mass., a man gave
mice thai he bd h very singular curiosity a
ttriptipig, to exhibit. II? bad procured a license
for it ; end the lover of strange sights wire noti
fied that lby might see it. Admitisnce 0 I I
tests. When they got in, every maa was Heel
ed to rum, brandy, whiskey, kr. gratis. The pig
bad hsjsiu Mimed lor the ociaaum ; and the eahi-
bit von we a contrivance to retail distilled
ttilbool violating the letter of the law
machine, which (hoy t.d lu.t fstnllv tlutolutd out in ' mH b ph"ks rr louskt tiy b.
their iiiiaainaiion. Vet ihis msii liku all ,.ilu.. ! "ir Here plierd bosid I. nces of twelve leet lush. In-
. i j i, i i i. "f oho h wss stationed a sentim I who could watch
sttoog imndrd men who have spread new light on , .J( or llloU, Anotber ..ti..ej was pUr.d outside
tbo world, a nil opened op new path to human per- : of ties feue-, two miter, w,t plscd in ibe rear and
feclsbihly, was, if we directly rmember.au hum- 00' on ', ,0P fl riron the wall. These fim'wers
ble nwhanic, being. hu. a member of the Society , t?LTadl',!!7uLlb."UV ".'''V1'1 "". .""'1.l,nr.
, , ' . ,f , . . , ! had some trouble at first slid t,,nie litile htrdthm
of Fnr.ds, and isithtHil, bimt-lf, the benefit u! , respecUiig provi.nw, hut owing to the induitry and
that education to which he has given such lustre. ! seal of the town kUj vr, r'raser, sad Ihe reprrwulalforis
Tw te Here some incidents connected with his ' """"'j t00 beaitt-d old maa, we wn ery lib. rally
p.. rate history,... lb. coonlry and in South Amer- . 3 '7.Wu llTr.'n'"1 X W"
. ' .... ,. "V0 io ue 0'ly exiwetationt ofltsinne somelhire re-
ice, of an unpleasant nsiort, end which we would apeetlngoor late, but wban two m ,utb had passed and
fain forget, or in charity draw a toil over, as the ' Mothing bad tUn place, we began to look around to
fortuitous result of circumstsme, or of prcuuisry , " "d be don. iiuh. wsyoi nuking o.ir rs.
snd duovesttc grtels. Mot whale- : "LTAZV" JIT.L ei.'!
j ter thsy may b, Ihey will, in the long end bright by in ftom window tud clinib,nC Dm f.nee in the pr.st
rtnowu which his lame is destined to enjoy, be but
spots on the son of i.is memory. Or eat Uri
tain, end lbs civilised world at large.may pe pritd
of tin truly yreal man, whose private nnsloritji,
and especiallf his melsucbvly end will be deplored
The newspapers caught up the story too
llontintti (Juiuida .A Mis Strange, meceuf
the lain momber of Parliament of thai name in
the Upper Canada legislature, was engaged to be
married to a Mr Dueeoi, BsetchasH, lesadwg at the
heed f !ke Ontari". A eurfwpondeui uf the
Rochester Democrat thus teli bow tlw enamoured
pints I twis sped m that wooing t
'Tl sky wee Ifjted lf the ttmon of tU Uppy
ens of one erntinel and in view uf the other, wss tho
moat probable way and one that would be attended w,tb
more likelihood ol auecaa ; besides ihe wry boldness of
tlw measure would present suspicion ever till. ring the
mind nf lit guaid.
Il was then resolved, thst we would try snd procure
on imphMiteolt lo out oos of ike bars of the window
and taking advanlagr of lit. hist dark and stormy nif lit
tehru Ibe aoetioels at our dours aa well as those on tho
different other parts which we must unavoidably ..,
were by lbs rain obliged lo keep in tu.ir boles, we
would rentuie out, grt to the wall and try our fortune
in eetting over Ibetu. We walkrsl out each day lor
ball so hour, tbia at a luu, guaidrd by six soldiers
With ftl.d bsyonets, tod ss we jrh.lslfjr slopped for
sosuetiio oti ike sajutiaf Uat'tries, we s oc-.ssieaslly
bjMruif a lost exceei!iog, in weight, ten thousand
esir plto, ana weggiag uutu operatioM, ay supplying us
ItHuls and ist slirstt ..fie a oIacsi whcti liuv toiah! Lfsid.
oair. Ilv oret hx arrensTement they were to be Ttt wstdsr w recivd ih ul, ie,.iined. wraooed
"tripod-pig jsitiy" became the uVeigMlton of those enrriec) riy ,n the moromg.aml loatMdiaiety lsk "P f Osiwiies, wt-b a ho, sayiag tbsi if
who vvsw opposed to Use aati-lkcene laur end p,Mt uf New Votk, m 'lMr way to Mc.tl.od ef M ' Jf IT"4 V """J C1'"
, , , . r ... e-" ' i ourselves ootrou'ls sftrr we would est oat, a s frieud
there wwi aa tnhn.te deal -f raillery and Mreeem , u)) i. frtend. 1 heksrofh Mimcer bm g wtm .,. lh. , .,
! about tl while lbs- late election was needing. The j tbsen, Mr Derestl as-nogM Avssttit. psraon with ' avaruiti spot poiuud out. to go-de utt, tac f safety.
retail fotcigo or domestic dtsSilWd tptnts, except
under the Mute rottncUotM anal limitallssfM seatw
by law provided in the flrtl aectien of aa ae. eoti
lied "an act directing Use tnode ol obtaining ItcsNt
es and regulating two. and houeot public entnr
tsjnmenl,'' pass-el Nov. 2. 17.
Approved, Nov. 5, 154S.
Av AcT.reliUDg t Use sale saf ttu.nsry
ll u krtly rtwdast hy tie (lrer,il .is,. j if
Ikt Statt of IVrmvaf. as to.iou :
1. When any macb .erv ,ed in any fscto'i,
efec-p or will, shall b Id or mortgage.), the pot
chucror mortgagee nny cause the bill of .'e rr
raortgtgri deed conreyiog aorb mchittry, to be
recorded in Iho town cierk'e cfSre of the tow ma
which aach factory, shop or tail ila'il be si uilcd
Appsorcd, Nov. 8, IM6.
.i,tnd tuw isart v" u eatd to kv been tWieoUsr). I (.,, .nA ...i.l at rk l.ds's kniaw in I be wsttuiBar. ; TIms was Ukt dor. lb- pUra aad sscreud en rnr u-r
it- taw sccofstmsr to the iWea (Unorder, at ' ...j. !... (Is. daw. tl d.s faan l I "' ."'. - 'f"' Mr") sJf"l'. ho
suxatned by tho tWcttoo lo tlw Leguisturo of , M itecsmse tlie tmeaend of the fair, tint scuh. '
sum ka, fsteudlv to it. oat of itW whseb sa I .ti.i.j istl. Mtrs Tl inioka aud ttaiui.
Ko- I ih. whole aeotber. In the beetle, lae Miority is ! M .... .n aked ad rtadr ia sw of which
As AeT.ta sjMilisn to w at, enthh-J s set ftr the f0,,gB4 1 be yet grtater. wMfiVkVMi.od b tlse lad' uork fwr Iter eafanriel'
' B,t to ihe book. Chapter 1 gtre- an ktdfm. i
.TT JZTZ oJuemml A JLtVe oA inH ' Ucdham. Chsp. -emuhsd j m ltmM v,tRgflS .n4 Joe, hef-r. the parties
( W., aV tj iaeOr-sT-l AumUy of Uisltare : end leUs of ,., ,n . ,-o. ekUos. of Kir ..
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eatiubls psrtoiutge, itee trails of which .bail be ap
propriated lor the support ol fukhc Jfr'i -p muxj
tuwn. j.tiuili or v ' s,1, aui h ia".iiiii, j I'mc
ii uitde and s -t' r ' '' ' '
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and by sac'i wuui t ar -e
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t norni new is wsrwsn
if ii.ri.i-'. i
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in ihe obi supreme coast rata,
t. lies Sir. .J
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as a tnaimty
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was etsssJkrif b. ... ., was aeeupwd by Iks other two
who weif" I . We brgsN to wurk with irdor
td every i- ' f sacceas, slttfugh la lok at
lb twatlarr 'i-' I wo.der bow we puewefcly
eawhl fc rtrtstS sWtactioa, lis off a br if Iron,
witatWII the l:. wtrdj. M toe g'iSrd, thi k- iblo a
lew f.t t -.1 ml ii Hk- (ct. Cim I Dodge,
tti'li "in J iU I'.n., krt it -tk It U cm- ittslow,
.w I st i i. 'i-1 t r.,o;ni) uleot keeping
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