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Jiii.r,i..n. FVwhmt, IT. t m' W m iu jrrtrd the tri m' . i.in tiff f rsHt.m. trr of Nf H York ti i ff.tit tu iptiiK f tiif mint II nm- rr. , i- l peiiis id forof Of the i i i ti1 tipi .'-heme. . .! .if riwkoivi iff.ri of pti riniK ft. mi. I(ies nv.ved u tlr liich wete under di.-1nt rs the Am, f ipfxl Ml . o .'i.m at am r iti"n willing. ,tr.tled sfaia.1 ihr was'lnc "f . , 'i pHiie. II tlntfil H .(.imx tle lli f Uwt rrmun of . i nMitM Uinrs of tlte rwtitilit .I. ! t... i innvk, Ihr HMitlnn of mf. Rives ,M .t,ii. n., acsaiited by a He .J n rnrrsxlwl lo the ( i ni'cr'i ,n t 'ii lies. J.'tfi. fine. Il had trrivitl I'-rs tin -el nl hImiii Ibis was ' i.t-t-d hr Iiii im iii il anv inieiei. n f a uertloii In iitmt 111 ()((). It)-. M it'l-ttfis iioiii the i iiiiiiniliru mi .. r '' Ltlrtg ilm "OOO million la nil (u.f 11 JiiiKrl'iU!, inexpedient, and un j ' I it 1 v i s' J.iitf.nn lining ilic llimr, made a , , c nllhr m heme, lie assailed the , ,- r mmiltci! as having dune great in p r ..' j ! t am! in the prn)e ri of ilic me ; . ! i H.e Mit-jcft had mil been lir.itfi s hcarine. '1'lic? iMiur h i tog ex f. , : was laid over till tomorrow. . lamrr ffeted a m.ulolion providing thai rm r-i'imnUrciif tlm whole iin the sinsnd i r 'i In lii ftliy appropriation hill, . i; i. , hi iitu ii'i lock to-day. It was - scthrn moved to go into committee e V e ii'ird tn know whether it would nnwr , , I f 11 t i ill Older III IlllHf Hint ilic ex- , innvr the wi idl urdet (or Monday I'sc-r ul the nmtinti would he in order r( ' Me 1iuu(d tc iki iiiiitiun pending to go tin'iff rr i,i., ti.i. i.fmr. l iltmnro prrvmli'ii, anil tlir - Hint imo iiiininittou no Ilic aiiii'inlinohta of jt . i .ip t c i in ui1iirt jnilitig v an follows : "I'nr k 'iiimiiciit il Hw mvia itinn "I iin' Miii I v,mmii, O'lin, :imI Alk mi ii rivcri fur llie l u niii.HM350.onn ; am) fin tilt! mhis object i. (. r. r.. ni ...it Clrwl linn tiv - ;ii:.iii..iivii' "-v. i c fi. nl veai 810(1 MM. "i Nieller Invini; Hie lliMir, innlii a forcible ir in 'itvui nl ihe intcinlini'Ml. anil :ilioe.l lmv ,ier axeniion to iliese rivets, llie wbulu weit- f rncuft niijiht he timle In blimni nnd bins-, .r ilic rnr. Me lolil linw members votcil n- . i,i v tor 'uMimi lloni"S in the Nurtli nnd ' it ic i .i s u ill pitl.ini e w.is nskud for the i- i i le vhi iinibiiiii lint ; tail i iti . U' lii .iiitit Miiifliili.ini Inllnivcil, and moved , n,r i, i In- iiiietiiliiient by .ulilinn a bill locc ntly 1 ''e I, "in 'kmc i iijir i.ji r t:tl ioiii (or Ibe iinprovo-, n t i.f rer'ai i batl iirs and rivers " lie then made I , ri !., in i li b be i iuiU-tirlnl that tbr npprtipii i s t. r llie W el weie not asked finin local eun ir Mi.i", but Imm llie eomiciion ibal the iin vttr.e l ol tliohC liwrs would be of yicat naliun :i u 'li' l(i,e Mr si iii;k next took the floor. Iin said ho had iMiu In sav. I tit lie si.il a Rrcat deal mat was t in V nil liable to lliose who were oppose! to 'mies. v t'.e titni for terininaiini the dehain ar :.en a m m' i'r nl nnipin'ini-nw in itdililion e ol mr. I'l.i m, son, were, rujeeied. ! ' r ' iiietlon III) n ici urrlny i.n agreema tn too iMMit of Ilm S'iMMIe, ii.riiirtntir $150,1)00 if wei-lerii Mer, it whs iiecliit-il in llie 1 1 e g i - I lie nn i linciit .inthorizina ibe appointment nf tc ( ,iiiin il i ailri, imih nt. .likut'tl 1o i e i ..iii'tiilli-n llifii in-c, ami Ilic bill was le- p i tn tin- Hume. Mf I'll niiion reneweil Iih amsndinent to add t' c l.iil 1 ir the iinpiuiuiiieiit nl ceriain birbors and r ins I l.o question was then taken nn so much of the ai'irni'im nl as ieltil."l tn I lie iippiopmiiiiu lor liar l..,rs. (en hi.'inH i',ai fin the ( 'iniilicrl.il. J road.) 1 i.o ri" t wat eis7l, rays in. , ,e ni i was lo-is I, rays KCJ , Vbo cmd put nf tho amendment for the con- ' utiion of ihr Ciiinbeilind road lliroimh the . States !.' '" '''' a"d Illinois, was di.agtec.l to- tin nii'ii . iimi n i, nnu Illinois, was uiaetec.i io : ) e s li i o I I lie anieiiiliiiei.i of the committee to strike nut l' e Sri. ale amendment nppropriaium SJ0O0 for n i' rra'i ci. al nl'M'ivntjims at llie milil.iry posts w - i'ci i.'cd in the neualive aes 01, noes 103. The vote l y which the conunittee non-concoired c. t'.e anirndmiinl nf tho Senile appropriation $150, WV) h.r tim rem -v.il ol obstructions in the Missouri, Mis'.vppi. and Arkansas rivcis was reversed U .S. (li fni inn Ihplvinalir, Apprftpritilinn till!. Mr Ki! uinie, fiom ihc ri-mmittee of Ways and Mm s, repotted a bill making appropthtions for t .e ' ml sin! ibphinnlie epen-es of tinvemmrnt ; '.n .ns u-leiiMl to the i oniiiiillee of litis Whole . a t'.r jutei.f ibe I'nioii, ami ordcreJ to be printed. Ai. i the House adjourned. Feb. 20. In s-ns.tr. mnst nf the mnrnin? wai occttnied in I'll- ditoutsion of Mr McDiin-'s resolution in , S-purr. he fell ami received an injury whichcaus r 't't'in to the iissumptuin ofSt.ite Debts, which j ed his death immediately upon the spot. Ii call I up uii I to which various amen linrnts The Right Rev. Alexander Viets Griswold, w-rrnTrel The whole was aLMin. after a ', D. II. was Bishon nf the E tstern Diocese, (which was air.ini h i rhy discussion. I.iitl nn the ttbh'. I be Army au.l Appropriation Bill was ti'.. nnft then TV Senste concurred in ihc nmmlmrnts of ri- ti.mst and the bill was then rcturnc-d to thai UOiJV M Btii. ii nid ho wns ready to go nn with i'ir IJoikrupt net nnd this b in? the diy nt tintl for its discussion, he hoxsl the Senate " nil like it up Iin moved ihcrrfore the post pl' a-nto'' othr businss for the purpose of po ll? ti th1 Binkrupt Bill Tho question was th'i t.r,.,sl in the negative. Th" 5 ti no udj.iurii'si. In the Hjuf, on motion nf .Mr Hustings, the led licntitinue in operation fur live yevirs tho net i niVi'i? n-oiitini for Revnlutinnary Pensions, ' ') n i tken by if n'ral consent, an 1 mssrtl Mr A I ni. then nski-1 if tl wonll be ir nrder fir hi n n iiiiri. n tuipentinn ofthc rub-s for 'he p irrns iifprerrm.. a petition from 5l.3t0 citi z -nt of in- (' "iiinmnveilth ofM imcbtifiis prny. in;ilnt they miy bo dissolved from all connec tion with slaveiy) Tbr np-oker ni l notst thit tima M' MinsliniM bill cnetof onlrr) hon-sl h il I nta trlvr07'iHy oi pr.-sentiri' fit . ,l..,n t .r Iii. ,1k! nrtl lil)l il Ilk rran-tiri HnAn ! , - - r i . i .i I) IS l'-SH Mr u kins of South Carolios, wat oilled to the cht'f M- Filmore inivol tint the llintetnke up a Idl hnninj nioniet into lh Trmn'iry. before thry cm be duburtol, an I alto for other purpo rt Thr bill was n-ad ihrmigh. nnd laid aside to br fimrnhly rrportisl to the Hnuin. M.f J'llm'orc moiftl to take up the bill author- i nj ihr n inir r.f Tff-s iry nrtti, anJ fr whrr puipf Tlir till nut ifml l.ciuqii:n IM.i Mr H.irnird tom to morr m mi nmfnJmi nt, hit Ktrkiqiirr l'lan.an (hfMltinc thr i'Mir of 1 6 000.000 hy ihr nt'f nc v tfStilc Hinkj h-IhIIj ol thcoc lunks to isii'-3 m rifiit tlif fJoTcfntncnt Sump, and be rtxeir .iblc ftr nil public ilui Mr Kilnion ntkoJ if the anirnJtncnl w'at in or- Tlif Clinirinnn winsidprcd tlmt i: was. .Mr Duinnl lictc utldri tsiil the House in (iw of in mm iidini lit .Mr .'nlii!ie rn-tiint ihf floor, sik! moviil as mi mm tHlimiit to tlu-ani'mliti'm. th. ljrlnqiu'r Plnli iipnuid hv the Slict Coinmiilre, nnd nltn niIJrii In tlif IIMie Srffnl other i mi f n " 'a'.en ntftjin. mil theie were 37 in tho nffir milir.-uiil IS in the ti'-Blllive. The nni'sJinti wnstln ntahrn upon Mr Bumrtl't imen linciit mi 1 there were A y s 4 1. nnd iSnt s Mr Wiv nskJ llie Cliairmnn if there was nn uny in -hieh they conlil recoid a Sub-Treasury vote on Hint bill I Iinghtcr J The Cntninitwe tin n ioe. nnd Mr Andrews rnnvetl thn previous question on the eilsrossnient nf the bill. The hill wrt! rend, nnd Mr Ah Jrews moved the previous tpirstion on its pus.iije. Mr C J. Injersoll callwl for the yeas nnd nays, nnd ibo bill to niitliorizthn ro-iuu of Treasury Notes wns pntjfil, Ml tn 51. The other bill ri ported by the Committee was nlfn pusitl. Mr Ad nns moved a suspension of the rules to enable him to pre. nl the htltrn pi-tilion on a shin pie worl,il with a crank, which stood out in bold rein fnn his di si;. The Mouse then adjourned. I Gi:. Jackson's Fink. Tho bill refunding this fine was pissed on the 22d inst , 28 to 20. A 1 more ridiculous, d.sgraceful incident in Legisla. tion ennnot lie found in the history of Congress. ' It is the result of pure, unqualified parttism, nnd nolo motive entering into the whole procedure is of any other character. It isuncallul for by jus- j lice, undeserved by the General, nppnssivc to the iri'iisiiry. nnci n posnivc iiouniy on crime . . . . Even though such a fine was tinjus'ly collected, and justice ri quired it lobe refundtd, Gen. Jackson has ' nn business to receive it, I le never paid a stiver of it Uii frirmls paid it, and to llicrn, if to any , body, should it he ri funded and the application should he made by them like any other case of private cl.iim, not by a political party, or faction in Congress, but by the individual to be redress ol. For the Herald. Messrs Editors. The Survey and drawings of the route lor the milium! horn this pbice to tb hi iglit of land in .Mount-Holly, are now complctti rtie report from Mr Powers, our Engineer, will bo dc'.iyed a few weeks in nrder to embrace (both in the report and drawing) the. rem liudr of the route to Couni'cticiil river; which will be survey ed us s'i in as tho siww sottlos enough to render i practicable. While on this subject, we wool I suggest to our friend in tho several town b irderin? on Otter Creek. (fmn ll'ltUn I to .Mi I II -bury, Verffciini'S nivl Itni lirijjton ) the tniliortniice ol linrneuiHtelv making a survey from Rutland to liuilinglon. to have the whole route from the last militiouid place to Coiim client River includul in one report an I one draw ing. Should the suggestions he npprovr d anil carried oM. a meeting ifon i I trgn sc tin) ul all thnsc inter- estisl. (which would constitute every l.irmer in ertnont) might assemble nt some central pnml nn t). r6nle. fsiv Htltl.ind, Piltsfot I or Br.indon) an, iy t,jr ,,rfrCL. .,ont. WouiJ give such nn i,npiHns , ,he contPmnlnuJ ent-rprise ofa Rill- ertnont) misht assemble nt some central pnml .:..., ,i... . i I" mid from IJaston to Oglensburg, ns would bring it within a moral certainty that Vermont under stands her nwn interest and appreciates it. ti I. IIonni:s. Rkuden R. Tint am., Luiiii:u Danikls, G. W. Stkono, A. (i Brown, John Stuono, Committee. TDEATII OF BISHOP GRI3WOLD. It is otir ptinfnl t isk to record a nv l.incholy acci l' nt w hich h is ib prived the Christian Church of one of its brightest nnd purest ornaments. yesterday afternoon, about .'5 o'clock, as the Right. Rev. Bishop Griswnld was ascending the steps in front of Bishon Eisthu n's house, in Pemberton comprises the st iles of Massichusetts. Maine, New II imnshireati l Rhode Island.) and wns consecra ted May 20, 181 1, at Trinity Church, New Vork, at the sama time as the lute Rt. Rev. Bishop Ho bait. He was 75 years ol I. and enjoyed good health up the time of his sudden death. He has left a wife and u son. the latter the sole survirer of a large fnnily of children, and now absent in the Western county. The remembrance of his virtues will soften the sorrows of his mourn ers. for Ihonuh death cutf noon him suddenly in the midst of life, it foun I him ripe in years and excellence, prepared to yield the spirit unmurmnr ing into the 1 1 in 1 tint formed it Union Tints Death nf Commn lnre Hull. Thii gallant vet- eran expired at Philadelphia on Mon lay, about ii n clod, in the morning alter an illness ol about five days In Dmhy on the 22-1 inL by John Vail Esq , Mr. Foster Otis Esq , to .Mist i'aiilina Ij-iphum all of Dmhy. i.. Sinbirntnn II. ieo. nun, ny tne ! I? t, H.ln.ll Mr Javt.s P. Milton, of j U,Jtlnn.l Vt. to Miss SuHIBunia S. Lane, 0r r I . . me latnier puce i 1 DIED. In Pwlet. Feb. 221 Ciptniu Ephraim Jtobin sin, a It volutiornry soldier, agist fcJ. VTO ITCi: u beicby nivcn llltt I barr given my J. ln.in, il anrn Uuriis. a minor ol rii'lileen, tne reirftinderol bis lime, and aball par no debts of bis rsHilractlug ur cltm anr uf his wages after this dale. '.iciuauil CeaTlts. Huiland, Ftb. 25, 1613. t. 1 1 Cffitl. mm rrxtUr lltllll 3 rirlnck i l Uai woimI timi ( nrnnmip t ii Ciiiiv of Vitt-1 acMiiuing iii tiir lonor iipfr..r, ilipn llw mi.I M-h n ihn first fj Minn v is uk. n by f I- punincf in ibr county, nml p rc?n.d it a n ilnty , r"n'"Y,"rp "I Vr """ "d ''n,,, ,h"' !. K xrhi f,..or I'U. nl lb,- quon.m'vnlMl . ofth- ft i. nN nl ..-.npiancr. .n n.lnpt tnni.M.rcs for I , ""t 'I'" " """; 'i'1"0 OtHirilin fHMltlV piiMtlU till- VOtr t bi! I iUib li.llllll nl nf stir'i n hntiff. .'. . - .. . ., ' . . sonniv The adjourned matins' ol the nKre rn-tj l hell nt Kutlihd on lb" I Oh IHVt. I)r Silm Hmvi n. Wi I'rimlent. in the cluir The mining fiiwned with pf.iyer by the lUv. ,ir .mhcih ii Hnii infti't ov iih cnir. 1 he procinlini? ot the fontiT nfif-tinif win rend, on motion nf Mr IJarrfHt, Messrs ltroin, Milchellnnd 1 1 j were nddul to tho committee of overtures Sf-wml resolutions wern intro.licd and refer- . " ,, , i, . , . ,,. 1 ho follnwtn? rfsnlntwn was rrpwtl by the coinmuiee nihi. on motion, lulu on int uiuie. i HesolvMl that the istablishitli iit of a I em- pemncn IIi'iiSH nf I'ii' lie l-nle'tiiin:ni nt in this After prnyer by the Hev Mr Stone, and music by the choir, the sucidy adjotitnad for one hour. Aftrrnoon Win. (' ICiilridge in the chair. Prayer by the Hev Mr Miller, and sinffinu br the choir. . Mr Sp'ncer. from the committee nppointid nn- dera resolution of list meeting upon the uppoiut- ment ol.in ngetii by the C uitnil Committee or the State Society, made n verbal report, urging upon the sociity the necessity of stlch nn ngmt. The pirent socitty had tried circulnts adlrissul tn ev rry town They were wholly ineffrctu.il, but one only in this county had found its way to a soci ety. Societies needed organizing in some pin ces nnd reviving in olhcri The cold water nr- my bad the etrnngrMClnrtNrtiponhe mleretls. Ihc policy mi l the benevoh ncVofthecbunty. Grnt- uiuie 10 i ii-aveu tor inc i ncouragcmi ni which llie temperance cause had rrci-ived. called for renew-' ed exertions from its friends, nnd ihn putting forth of powers which h.ive n- ver been ejettisL It j3 ' ! . . I . . I . I i .. r . I . I - I .1 " . J i I ,- , , -- , . i .oik "ii" ki' in-, .ii him iar , inon. nymg rem.uks made with great power and co- sMl, do femlant. I.utl.er Hinder-on, rosi les wlihuut geucy, cannot be given I (a KnP, Sl, tdrtt. a stibpiena rannot be sertod umui The following resolutions were rrported, nnd hint, il isnnlered, acreeaidy to the statute in such after discussion by .Messrs linrrttt, Mitchell, Ho-. case, made and piovuled, ili.u tbe Mibviance of sanl win, Cl.irk, Spencer, Hale, Howe auJ IMerpoint, . bi'l. together wiih this onlur, be public ed tlir.-e wercndopled- weeks Hiircessively in the Kull.iml Herald, .1 pub- 8. Resolved, That those member! of the civil , .Tl';1''0? roiuuy of ., .. r.L i . .i u , tutlind, be ast of wi.icb Mid pub en urns shal be authority of the several town in this count, who allclslUV(;nlv jny!, )revi,ls l,lhe ,.mim.n,omi,,)t are inembers ol temperance societi. s, net mconsis- ()f lhe tvrm ,,, sli , ri)lllli , Ml , j,,,,,,,, )( ,,. tenlly with their pledge, by npprobatiug tnen to jn nnd for Ihe county of Holland, on ihn srrond si II distilled spirits; nnd by so doing, bring great Tuesday of .i pi it A. I), ltf 13; and that the sni.l d injury on the cause. j fendanl IlenderMin be reqniied 'o appear before 9. Hesolvid, That we regard it as the duly of said eouit on the tiri day of said term, and mike ll. I ...r.tl ,,.rr. nCll.Ic MI Ir. r,,l,;l.n .1,,. f anSWCT til till' Slll bill. .lit ll'l I II . I. l. illlj hJ IIIUIIIUI, .1. CUIl. VI, , mlnviPMlinrr liminr, The 7lh resolution was called tip nnd adopted, and the following persons were appointed n com mittee to conceit uicisurts to cany the same into elfi'ct: William C. Kittridsn, George T. Mo.lges, Hoheit l'ierpnint. James Barrett Jr., Willi.tm I'.igc, Fiancis Slnsnn. Zimri Huwe,SiIas Buvvcn, A. G. D.niii, N. T. Spraguc. On motion, it was Resolved. That when this society adjourn, it ad lourntomett ul I'awlit on the s. coud Thursday of March ne.M, tu 10 o'clock . . . . l l After n resolution of thanks to the choir, the so ciety adjourned. Pretty Good Who is lhe author of the followins, ,...... I we know not. It wns found in a;, old newspaper lb it looked .is if jt was printed when Adams w.ia a boy. "Sambo w as a slave tn a mister who was consti tutionally addicted to lyius.-Sambo beina Mrunuly devilled in iiMsler, had, by dint ol'lnirj practice in nle himself an nilepl in giving plausibility to bis mister's large stniics. vine (lay wnuo tie. m.-iv, b......nJntncc In guests in his customary manner, ninony oilier mar velous leals, be related no incident which took place in one of his humus excursions. "I fired at a buck," slid he, "at a hundred yards listanco, and the bill pasted tbroimh his left hind foot and through his head just back of his ear!" nns evidently prndiiclm; somu little doubt in the minds of his guests, he called upon Sambo to cor reborate him. "Yes, tnissa," siys the almost confounded slave; fter a moment's liCsitation,"me see de ball hit 'iin, Jes as ftiissa lif up He gun to he eve de buck lif up his bin foot to "riatrh' fin ear.nnd nnssa'sbill went clear frougli 'nn foot an' head at de same time. The euests were perfectly nntirlied with .Sambo's explanation, and swallowed the whole without fur ther "liesitatinn; but when the guests were cone, Sambo ventured upon bis mibtcr's good humor so far as to icmonslrale'. ' For Oor n'michiv sake.mabta, when vnutell a nudder such a big lie, don't put urn so fur apart; me hahdebhsh hard woik for to gel um tngedder. !tlr. ICl!l' I'lass will meet for their first lesson In the regular course, nt the Couit House on '1 hursd.iy ih-m at half past six. Also, at the same place, at 3 o clock, the Juvc' nile Class will meet. TIIERMOME I'IIICAI. OllSERVA ITONS. Prepired Weekly. 8 oVluck A. M. 12 M. P. M. Feb. 20 29 20 2 1 21 4 below 22 20 22 23 20 2fl 33 1 below 10 10 21 8 below 11 18 25 10 21 28 20 20 30 20 STATE OF VERMONT. Rutland, ss. Calvin P. Austin, ) ,,, f:,nP(.rt. Luther Uende.sun.an.I others. S A,nl Teim' ,H'3 u IIEREAS Ijalvin P. Austih nf Orwell, in aid ciiuiity'ol Knllaiid, has, on ilu 'Jlili dny of February. A. D, 1613, filed his bill in Chancery returnable to slid court, next to be held at Rutland within and for said county of Holland, on the sec ond Tuesday uf April A- D. 1613, again. t l.ulhcr llenderuii, a resident uf the Slate of New York, and Isaac Norton, Cliaonrrv R. Walker and Fiank llii W. Walkei, and l.ulher Joy, of Ilensnn in lhe aid rouiily ol Holland, t umpl.tnii.ig and itatmg therein tljat on ihc Plh diy of September, A. D. 1639, the s nd Heoderian, being ju.lly indetited to the orator In the sum uf 8125 00, sjiecified in Ins promissory note bearing dale the same day and year last atnresatd arid payable in all mnnttij afler dale thereol to the orator or his order, for lalur received, in nrder to secure the pavnier.t of Ho said ronii-sory note be Ihe said lleuderson, m the said 6th Uy nf September A. D. 1638, d d, H consideration oltbe sum of fOfMl (Ml. by bis cerian ileo.1 of brg.iln awl sale i f Hut date, signed, seal rd, acknowledged, and recorded in due form of law convey and confirm unlo the niaior, and bu hen and assisns, the following described land in tl.) town of Mhimmi, ur il.e rie rrpjal undlvideo 1ml of the lollowm: irai t or rfr ol Nnd, supposed I rnnlain In the whole aUiut Iwenly acres, and boon tied a f.illoM. to "H brginning at tbe East bnl ol ihn null pond, rsllfsl Hendeuon's mill pond, a tbr south tide of lhe rsl bridge across said pontl thence runnlr; easterly in the tooth line oft ha higli- t In '" r i ' - Ht. v .f '.ii.j i. . . She In i i i ' 'i r i..i' ie-'t In I t do i It i it n ) llfn'T S Kl.i'i' i M II .ft l.i ( r tovi U'ldnij fi.HH llemte'Hi' imIU, i e'"J. lrl Stii-H'Mi ltrt" durlHnf totw " r nolrf I? In ihe ninth lifto if m. Iim ik r ' m Mil JM ciw mnnwllfj a rOfUlfl r .,r . mh ivwt (.'"rig. lliene in mi n 1 'i.1 ,v in 11 I omnh i.lo uf il' wfll. it en !.' in nn rtm tr Mmlin)(im ih nnuit- l.auk uf.i ,wm. trm-e fWlhrT rr. .irfl jxukI to ilic Iw.inb bet1) ; topnli.-r M(h ihc ml'U aint ..ihrr Koil.llnf. t.rlftt to Wriwut. u hebmf lni Ih'i' ami m iMila in mow pnxn- lr, rtllh tbe pnvi.ee niwl nifleiim e t!ifli .e(m,m., ,,, ,i,r tAl. h! beln rH ...Iff.,, iinrr. A,e .uh n t nlllit Iberrlo annjeil Hm if the Mid II-iHlei.uiri sIxKilH imv nr rans in be mil in the ninlm tin- anmunt of Hie iirl pruiKrr (.biiincev U. Walker and 1 ni'Uin W. Walker, (llie two t ini'ini'iiieil H-ri.ti, nnili-r ib nam nf f. It. Walker V Co ) anil I .oilier Jov kns-ertllv arf nod i laioi In be lliliTf.-leil in Hie xsi.l nvilDaaod preniie. or s.miu put ibi-ienf, anil tn I e e tilled in re.b ern Hie ame, bv vuiuo of i en am i.ienN anH erie nl i eitnin u rlls nl inei utinn (In fani of tl.rt lid Notion, U. II. Walkut & Co., anil t. never nlly, nKainul the s.ilil llandrrnHi.) iMsn tbe in'eiest and e-late of Ibo said llcnderonn in the ni I inn t. gaged pteiiiMC', wliii h are pitlb-ulnrlv set fnrlll and ileeiilied In Mid bill And furlbei Mating thai the mid until of monev "perilled III llie jiil proiiiliir v note bn ni-ier been aid that the wlml" of the said sum. lopethfr with a lirpe arrear nl inter est arei oeil, due lliureon m now Justly due ami ow inc to the orator on the sei tirity of the said innr-arie. piriinen. A nil runyin;? that tbe said ilefpiiflanN mil answer ibe pr inNeo, nnd lor a tleerre niislnM tho dnfenilant, that ibe imi due on ihc omiritr aiorenaio, aim uio eosis in sou, nny ne pa hi liv a !"hort day In be appointed for thai purpose, or that ihe equity of tedeinntinn nftlio said deret,(.,riN in tl"' "d u.ortg.ipcd preu,ies be fi.reier for.-rln.rd. A Mfl Ilm unlit 1 til I. lit II IT fl n,l in tlt ,.(T. ..r a I... r . ! I ... . i. . . . Imp r ttk nl t ml rnuri. h i it annn.iriurr tlmt tlm . , r , , t , A D.lled 111 tbe lid clerk's ofTlCe, s ollice. at (lit and. in onid riiuuiv of Hulland, this Slth day of Felini iry, A. 1). IS 13. I'. W. IIOl'KINS, Clerk. L. C Kellogg, solicitor for orator. 0:11 STATU OF VERMONT. Kull.iml, s. John Kellogg, " A,rb.bal.l 'li.h,. n,lm ,,r I ,r' f;li.infery. Solomon Ojlihs, and j Abraham Cib's. j Sept. Term, 1840. WTier.-as John ICellogg of Ilensnn, in said ennnlv unnanu, n n. ai mis nreNeru lerm. men ins nut .. , i..i..ii-:i.i ill l lMin urv .ii'.tiosi .vfLillo.llll virni-t, iitlllliuisir'linr L. I . .:il . . r .,, . . in oo:oinoo viioos, lain to saio neiison, orceaeo, and Abraham (ithbs, of llutlei, in the county of Wayne, and Male of New York. Matins', that on the 5lh of Seplembcr H3I, the said Solomon, being in dehted to ihn orator in lhe sum ol'Sllfili !I0, specified in two promissory notes ol that date, one lor the sum of 63 18 51, and one lor llie sum SI!) .10, p ivn ble 5th September IHJ3, to secure Hie payment thereof, mortgaged to the orator the following do scribed land, in Ilensnn aforesaid, vi.: lifly ai res of the second tin ision lot.laid to the origin il right of Alcvander .Sloiine, and being the simo land con tained in Christopher Minnl, Catharine Miuot, and J..I... O. ,..ill.aM .lon.l I., ll.n Mfiiil Sf.bitnrln, d.tlnd August 1! I tit lf07, and reeordsd in llensoii records ofilecils. Hook 3d, ingn 31 1: Tint on or about the 1.1th August IHII, the siid Solomon ihad, hiving devised the siid premises to the siid Ahiabain (Jibbs. hv will dulv proved in the I'ro'iat' Court for the distiirt of F.iirb iveti, and th it Archihild Cib'is ,ifose-aid was ippointud administraloi, ie. ami that the sums of monev secured by the siid mnit gave have never been piid or saliified, but are now due anil owing to the orator, together with arreirs of interest on t lie same. And praynvj that this court would decree tint if the defendants fail to piy the several sums of money secured by the said mortgage, mil all interest due and to grow due thereon, together with the orator's cost, bv a day to be appointed Iberclor, they, and all claiming under them, shall bo loreu r foiei losed or and from all equity ol redemption or claim in and to the said mortgaged premises and every p ul thereof, &e. The usual process of siibpoma bring granted, and thr siid Abraham (Iihbs residing without ibis Mate, "and not having been notified ol iho roiomrtircinent ofs ild bill, it is ordered by the court thai he be no. tified ibercof by publishing the substance of said hill, with this older, in tho Holland Herald, a news, paper printed at Rutland in said county of Rutland, three weeks successively, the last of which shall ho at least twenty days previous to the next term of I this court to be held at Itutland) within and for said county of Itutl mil, on the sreond I ursday of A pi II. A. J), 1813. and tint the defend .nils be required to appear at the lime and place aforesaid nnd make answer to said lull, which shall bo sufficient notice, And day thereof n-.is given, fir. V. W. HOPKINS, Clerk. I. C. ICellogg, solicitor for lhe orator. '1:1 1 U. States District Court. For the District nf Vermont. IN ItANKIttM'TCY. ' NOTICE to show caoe agnlnst petition of I.oi'iiis II. Crooks of llnndon, Jacob Welrnotc ol CliUtrndnn, William Thomas ol lliibbatdlon, Levis Harlow of Clarendon, Iloherl Allen 3d, of Walljngford, Reuben Holland id i'itufield, Alon.o Coiharn nf I'ittsford, Samuel lingers nf Punitory, Wibisill S Allen, nf Springfield, I'phniui M.nhvn of Middlebmy, tshe declare) bankrupt at ihr olliro nf San.fiol Pre'iliss, district ju Ige. nt .ioiitcller In' nd dis til. I, on Tuesday lhe 'J 1st Marrh I H 13. at 10 a. m. Aiii(M''. Sale in 3i;iukrti ploy. I? Y order of the United States District Court for - the District of Vermont, will be sold at Ihe Court House, m Rutland On .lunday llie l.'ilh day of March al 10 o'i loek A m., mrlain i-lmses in ae. ion. assirts of Ezra D. WnrreMer, a bankrupt Terms Cash. Win. Y. RII'J.EY, Aigrme, Rutland. Feb. 26, 1613. O il blatc of rmant, ) 12 U it remembered Di.lnct nf Fairhairn, ss. ( that at a probale iHirt hidden at (.'ailei..ii within am! nr and dit uct.oti Uie STlhday of February A. 1) Jfil3. l'ieent, A. Warner Ju lje ArrhibildfiibSs,ad'i)iitliratorof Solmnon Ci'.bs. ale ef Ilensnn in kaid (llsirin, .leieasod. having pe niiir.nd asid court, in willing, fur In er.e to -ll all ne real e.Ule of said iiei eatd fur the pijmeet of icbti and legaciea of said estate, and iharjes uf idministralion, settins forth that the debts asaintt ' .it it i . n . t - 'i i l f n- . in rt t I t a inni-M-atr m win. It Il lunrdoteal tt M lii-frr Mil knW6f M mum t at iio ul miH rmrt to fen twi rl, ti at the will tf irTK in hM ('MiMon, mi th ft'li .1.) i.l Ail Mill, ' ll at re.!n r nl aaM pelt- tlnn tm ptttft In all pfiw-. iMrMNitro, bt WMIrft linn of ti n order tl.rrr if rfaalTely rei1ini to aatfl heatief. it Ihr Ilullanrt llcrUI. A nHM per primed at HwUwi. A troo r v n( romnl. oil il. V. IMN(UK)N, HrtiM. rsfTr ir 1 im.t. I j)H ii f'orWintitu hH District of r.lrl.fn, ( L ' thai at a ofafaln court hnl'h-n at i:llMix, mIiIiiii Ml J iImUHH OH tc intli day ol 1 nbruarj. A I). IS 13 I'leatiit A. W'arnf Jod(. An t'lattument in nribnj urpnrtlif in Ip lit last will and loaii-niont i l U'ni:fl Rnaom late (if C4t'rton, III sstd district, riVrtisim!, tiflnf ftnMit ed to the ftHirt by Aldert A. Ilnmeni, tliu cxura mr therein named, for pmbstp; It la ordered bt ill ennit that mrtic thereof bn tnen to all pi-r.t i i in. oiiiH.I, to sp;ar at a ;s ainn of oal.tcnnil tu he hoi Ion at the probata (tilted in 'allln, on l'u fifl Wo.lnes'l.y nf April IWU in i oiiii t t , nbaif of said Will, by imMlahiftj; Ihu order Ihrt'a n n. 1 chim Iv, piovbnn in aid tioir or b.-arioj. i.i the Hn laiid llerslil, n now t Pp'i piiutril In Itoil nd. Atini-n pv i ieoid, tl II II I". I.ANtQtfr'.'iyr. Vitrc f Vrrmnnl, ( 9 H H riHiiembtruii DiMrti I nf Kmrhruen, s f B- Hiatal n rtbiMe ini.il held hi Callrlnii will tn mil I (or ald dislrtCI on lb ttOMi day ol IVI ruuv A I) IHO, 1'iei.enl A Warner, Judge. Hooker, rlminlti .lor of llie siirj id Ira I.eirii'KWi II, laic 1. 1 1'nulliie) In saw dlttli t.dtwi'as. r il, . pi) iof in said i null 'or the lime Iin yHg Ibe cb his iiHiii"i id ('"'ate to he i itendml One year in lhe Sfilli day ol January A. 1). IMII. It U nroeied mat ttiuttiiii-ol lir jririjf and durtdlni on Mi id ai-plli ntlnri I it nl a sesiiiu ol and unnt to bu linlden at the pmbale olln r m I .ustlrlnn, oil th" fust U ediiH.s lay ol April next, and that notlra uf haul iipi'ln iilioit be jjuen In all prrsnns inleirst'd, b) pnblii mIIoii uf Ibis oriel three wei-ks 'iecesu(j- ly previous to said liraiun;, in tliu Holland llornld, a newspaper prin'od al IIiiHiumI. A true eony of tnenrd, I'.i ll) 11. I-. Lonnu.i, ItoRlairr. SI'A'I'F. OF VERMONT. Ill tland, ss John Strong, Vs .Samuel Sanborn, Wu Chancery, Ar. 20 181'J. nml . Hc7cki.li II. Reed, 1IERKAS Jolin Fnng, of Holland, in tho louiily of Hull. mil, has on ihi iho fourieimth da) ol I'u!roary 1613, filed his bill in Chan cery against Samuel .s.nboro ol Hie low Hand coun ty ol ,1ilw uilde anil Tetnlnry ol Wiscon-in, and llt-7( l.i.ili II. Herd of Mi nip. her in this State; Slitting, thai on the lilh day ol July, lhnil.be exe cuted to ihe said Samuel S inborn two proiinssorv notes, both ol tint date, one lor one hundred dollars p,,y.ibh on lhe 1st dav ol't.ie then next September, and the oilier lot two bun I rod dollars, piyabln Ion days pluvious to the lull silo in llio Milwaukiu illslii' l . that the only consideration of siid Holes wi.i a right in and to a cntlain city lot (as it was termed) i i thai part of Milwaukiu known as "Walk er's addition." Arc, which lot was falsely nnd ftnudulenlly represenle I by the said S uibi.ru and others, ns being; o gre it value, w hereas il was an is iie.irly'wuitliK.s ; tint suid imtos were nut pud at their in ilurity, and a suit Ins since been cum. uienced on the 61110 notu by tliu siid II. II. Hen I, as endnrser ol the same ; and that said suit is suit pending, in the Miprrme Couit, in Washington coumy, in this stale, and Praying telief in llio piemises, and that this Cuurl will perpetually en join the defendants fi run prorreiliug in said suit, and will order siid notes to be dulivuro.l to the ora tor and cancelled on account ol their elitiiu waul ol, or failure in consideration ; and tint iho orator m iv have bis costs. Tliu usual proms of stlbporm being printed, and ihe said Samuel S inborn being absuut from this Slate, mil nut Imlng been notified of tho com mencement of said Mil, it is ordered by the Court lint ho lie niilli-.J ihertruf by publishing lie! sub. stance ul h nd bill with this order, in the Itutland Heiald, primed in Rutland, three weeks siici cssive tluil.isl ol which to bo al le isl twenty days provl us to the next lenuol this court to lie bold ai RnllAud, in and lor s lid eoiiiiiy, on the second Tuutdiy of April A. I). IRI3, and thai the defendant bo noli lie.l to appear at lhe time and place aforesaid and in iko answer to said bill, winch s'nll be Hullicient nutiie. AuJ day thereol was gueu,,te, F W. HOPKINS, Clerk. Chltlrs K. Wj'liains, Snlb itur fur Orator. 0 II i .i i c. r iiii.iiu.x i , VI 1 I. It reineiiihered, District of F.ilrbaveii. ss ( Couit huldeo at C.isib ton within and for nd ills. trtct on lhe 20lh day ol Feb. A D. MI3, l'ien-ui,A. W inner, Judge. Win. Sanfnrd Admlnlstinlor ol the rstatu of Da vitl Sanloril I .n- of (Littleton tu s iid distri t doccas rd, having petitioned s.iid couit In willing for ll ci.nM) to sell mi much uf the real c-l:il of slid ill ( cased, as will ruse the sum ol $500, for thn pay ment of the debts of said estate, and clnagas of adiuinlsttatiriii: setting forth the debts against snd esl.'ile and charges ol ..iliniuislraiion lo ha tflOS 15 and S'Jfi-' R5; nl persoinl pioperly to pay tho b.ime. ll is ordered that the hearing and duciUitu ol said petition he at a session ol sal 1 court lo ho hid den at Castletou, on lhe -'.'d diy ofii irch 1813, ami lh.it noMt e nfnahl pe iilion be given to all pur.snns inleresiod, by piibiicatinii ol this order three weeks succeisively preiimis lo s.id heirmg, in llie Rut I Hid Herald a newspaper printed In Itutland, A true npy of ro nrd, ll II Attest. II T.ANfl DON. Register. r too. rP HE ( 'nrporatrs of the llrancb TuinpikeCornpariy in Ml. I ahor, are beie'iy iiotifjiid lo meet on thr first Motility of April next, al llio dwelling bouse of A. Kolley in hinl Ml. Tabor, at I o'i luck J'. M. fur the purMite of choosing the necessary Ollicom of said (.'ompany, arid such oilier business ns though I proper whin met. CAI-EI) l!i:i'TUM. A RON ROOERS Mount Tabor, Feb. fith 1813. B. 12 C-'or salTv! A lil.ACK.SMlTJI STAND situated In Hub. V bar lion Ei atirel, s few rods Lrlow the llap litl n.e. 'ing boose, win', h nnlu ol ahout two acres of land wbb a g.uxl orchard on it, a good shop snd coil bouse wnb u good dnrlhug house and woisl sherl and n good bam, which will be t-ol.1 ebeai fur i ah or ijiuel pifrr Fur limber infur iniliuu iiiquue of inn sul.ai ribrr, or llie man who now ix-. iipies lhe promisei. M. (J. lunula. February 0, 1613. 0 Jl Safe vf Vermont BK It reuefinbtff 1 DisHICl ul Rlllland. SI. ( BDlllll at .1 .tun:. I 1-Piuh.tle Couit In-lii al Rutlnrvl. will. in and Ar snd Di.tiut, on the lOdi day of February, . I) I"I3 Preamit Win. Kail Judge. Jobri Conant. adminiatrauir of lhe estate of Jlirain II. Sirnrir;. lale of llran Ion, in and dialnri, dr.is ed, imeiiale, hiving this day made apftli'-ation r4 ihI ouil to have Um; Holt) alluwoi f.jf paying W.o ilitbii of .(.id dneaerd, oiicndud one year Irutn U-o I'.'lb day of Januaiv lt, Il i imt4 that sshi applicalion be referred for heaniu; hi dtM lkiuo in tbe firt Meday being thn (lib day of il arris iexi, and that a cwpjr uf lit, i iCtr im publiahed three weeks sun irtey. pietioos therein, in lh JUilUml llerbl, a iiivv.paper print ed at Rutland, that all persons inti-rekted mjr ip pear and ul)ett u tie suns il they see raitte. A true copy of record, H fi IIKNItY HALL, IU;jitt,.