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wrt fcfnonol with wiM bt.t9tns rxl frostm! pine vm lflr-r whifothsl in 1a pH. bl tuW rt lspl sp istintfji wreath ef wiM rtttrt and briar, which filkl the loom with ilthcton ffgnnr (n iHc Imlf table ki thn apart!, a japsra siu-r, iih a dreanU r of nine in thr niftdlr. urttind"d by ilvmlrr wine rUMXj.aod,i Aor napkin was spread oit loaf of eik close by A df of" the pirrV tnuMm !ij up? a counterpane of old farluonud dimity, that eptwtJ the like a shwt of mow U'r rtood by while thuold woman arrayed her THE HERALD. rur.sD.x v r. yknixv.ma y o. The .Neil l,rrldencr"Irfiti!nc I'o.ltiotn." Itic ritciimUnc thai Ml. Van Huten declined responding to the calcchisrn propounded by the In iMana Doinecr.illc Convention, crsatea nn imall ofiJermenl nJ mortification among tlio locos; but it very n.turally comes to be regarded as ont of Iih nee u liar non-committal, tiloaso nam lmif-rrn. .M , . . . . . - I 1 ,---,- or calW tot tbo btiJal, an l wcnarrcl wry Iff harvj tltmn sort of oil) trirks to avmd a disajtecable ihwld tremble to, arH why the tears sliOMW fill nM.citj, tfHJ the committee l.a.e at last concluded ha !w7?i ' " "l'in ?Ive thr .eault of their ncgolistion will, the aev- "tt'riW dTk when w a patty of n,n addressed, Ic.rir.g Mr. Van Ilurcn two Wirt ani s m.iny g.nikinn. coming along '"'' " hu IWrctreat, except to simply an the footpsth towards the house Tho washerwo- nounre that he has nut como out into open field man elroJ the IwJ room dfor, and went out to w'h hli principles for 194 1. receive bar rU'V.i. Inuring ut with the binlr . 'I"h questions proposed by this Convention to How Unutiful and pure b looL'tl in the simple the (.e.cral cenlicmen tallied of as candidates for drc, that had cxSailrteJ all the inon-y whh.li her ,,- ncit presidency wcie five, substantially as fol mother hi 1 hisruid for the winter, in the n jrehnse. t)vr . ,Th black hair which she usually wore in one , '. . , , . , .. , t... i i it i -i i . ' Are you in favor of or opposed to a National heavy wolforcr l.vr hwd, was now divide! into ,hnkt or J Nat,, for banking pur- uuec nan oraius. ami kiiouoj ioi;citier on one sine, ,.. nr i,. fn,.,,lln ihn .,rh,n. i juuback oflbe rar; ; by a ..nglo w hite rose. An- e. Al, , hnf of nr op j , , A otbtr buJ, with the bhish lcare3jutb(iMin as- ,rjt,u,il)n nft!,e avails of the public lands nmonc tundtr, lay mthm the folds of sheer muslin that die several States' corerel her bowrn. Whu. alio place 1 it therd, ! 3. Are you in favor of or opposed to a protec IMi i cheek (jrew pale, and her hands beean to tive tarilTt trernble, for that fo ment ho heard ailbort? slop 4, Afe y0' rn rarnr o(- 0f bppoSrd to an amend, in the naxt room. It waj instantly drowiml by mcnl of tho Constitution farther restricting the veto the voices of Mim H'arncr and the itiillincr, both ' poncrf mhihanl clio'' . .1 convrrsalion. i h it sou 11 J only ciutcd our lncnJ to tremble tho inoro. Hut when her mother cam! into the room, folded her A Confelon. The 'democracy' usually affect a vast ileal of rr the llerM. Mnssns. Editors Several articles harinjj holy horror on being accused of having political re-' appeared within the List fotv months in your piper lijns with Hominism; and are generally found to ' and others, in reference to the subject of n raiN.-wi 1 aimple and vitlttous ages of fie Hip cry man wn a piiriot, when con it y and troieheiy were mknown, lc caso of Ilnnedi' t Arnold; what t fathriM wtmiRht in the fields In )if , ( and after tho lioillhful labors 1 . .1M in frinunl. nni I. n mere stct lis 10 oi- a uivuisuy 1 . . . . r . . .1 .1 1 ol opinion Wlin repant to lite nrsi rome ior n lu-i'i acucveo. uiew mo i.inn v r r c i to connect the interior of Vermont with the Atl.in- maM, to listen to tho tales or Va, y 'tic citiis; n few remarks concerning tho relative CSiiitforJ Cimrt-HiHise nnd l.ntir Y ,u ndvantai;cs of tho several routes proposed may lm"7 r01 Juioin.wl n,R , , , not be unimcrcstin, ,0 sotnu of y6,ir rS.dc,, , Zi !&, , . . t lie nipress.on seems 10 i.e v. rv S. . - rui, .. . - , ,t cvp a)r, , -() - . . 1 !. wlin hnvn nuil nlli'nllnn In llip snlilrrt. t lint. h"i.i . .(..! ..t . f -f " 1 j -1 lm! 11 ...j ucmvc ui 1110 same m.l 1 . whilst rail roads ore bun cMrndid out fiOm tlio hesfm of pitrivls and emintrvmen W, I o. 111 you abide hy Hie ileefsioti ol a National uiinuiin in 1110 ac.scuon 01 a canuidate lor Hie ill a kind embrace, and lod hcrtowirds theyouti'' man, who came forward lo receive hor, a soft blusli,brolu over hrr check, and l.-nr finders vvovo themselves in his, confidingly, as if she had noth ing to fear from men, yet could not help trem blm? all tho time 'lie kind to my child,' said the washerwoman, gently, 'when 1 wns married to her father, ho was prosperous, happy, nnd proud as you are. lie died, and left me in poverty. His child has never heard a harsh word beneath this humble roof be (jrntlu lo her, as I have been.' '1 he old woman sat down, ami bending her head, began to smooth the folds of her faded silk dress, nnd thuj she tried to conceal Iter tears that her own words had unlockq), Gilbert did not answer, but his check turned n uiti- wore thoroughly put on. He looked serious an! cirnest enough to hire d ceivcd inoro suspi cious persons than Lida or her honest-hcnitwl mother. We pronounced the ceremony wi.h im pressive solemnity so imprissivc that Miss War ner .ind her companion could hardly suppress their laughter. ,0 The young conplu sat down. Lida, pale, con fused and trembling but Gilbert sat molionliss terinthe light ofdistrained wages, an Jcume square out with their complaints. The organ of Roman ism in lloston tells the 'demiicratk members of tho Legislature that it was eiprcsly undcratuod that tho Catholic role was to begivcn'theni on condition that tlioy, (the democrats) should pass this nefari ous nunnery bill ; but that instead of so doing, they had traitorously defeated it. On the night of the destruction of the. Charlestown nunnery, tho 'Lady Superior' boasted of twenty thousand Irishmen in Huston and vicinity to defend the premises ; since that timo, a pretty stifT busi ness in cmigraiion his been transacted, adding, say ten thousand more of this worthy class to our pop ulation, making thirty jAoiisand, ono half of whom shall be lu'pposecJ tff tWv roteu, tnougn ;iioHbly not ono in one hundred were lecal voters. This at nuco accounts for their "increased vole;" and allowing the same low calculation to apply gener ally throughout tho State, wo are at once furnished with means of accounting for tho unexpected suc cess uf locofocoism in Massachusetts. It is true, oil this was well enough known before, but until this Humanist editor volunteered thoro was no ptn itcnl at tho confestian-box to affirm it. Trlcrlsm Ditplnyeil. The Wnahincton correspondent nf th Aurora and Union, who is understooil to be no less a per son than Robert Tyler, Ksq. and who is, at any rate quite thick with that exemplary gentleman's lamer, inus announces tlie purposes of the execu titc. "The motto upon our banner now is, Those u10 are not with us art against us. We icant resolute aid; anrt 11 public officers now in plaro will not lend a helping hand in the hour of trial, others can be found who will. Let incumbents then proparo lo aid this admiiiisirntion in its gre.tt moral efforts, or prepare 10 surrender their keys to others, more de serving anu more patriotic." A pieco uf impudence liko the aboro is a rarity, even in these times of strange . developments. Whether the correspondent of the Aurora is oris not Master Hob Tyler, is lilllo to tho point. lie of course "spiaks by authotity,'" -whoever he is, and is to be regarded as an acknowledged exponent of the secrets of lyionsm. Tho presidential chair has been variously filled by honest men, by a bold, headlong, desperate- military chieftain, and by a subtle, unprincipled demagoguo; but noverlill now, by one who has professedly parted hands with ove- ry restraint which custom and common delicacy im pose upon men. John 'Tyler stands before the country and tho world, a solecism in his peculiar kind of meanness. Jlad he been content with the tribute the land proceeds among the States f wonder- "olonelJ r lra,tbr' or cren w 1 respecta- full ! 1 but adheres lo a revenue tarr. ,i, I ono OI a '"no-son ing turn-coat, lie might have be most rolublo on the subject of "purity ol the bal bit Imii" at just the time when there is mote than or dinary occasion lo bclieto they are particularly en gaged in maturing soe plan of asssult on tint pu rity. So was It hi Massachusetts. And but fur the renewed defeat of the Nunnery Ili!, probably no one would have come up voluntarily to the tanfts sie.ial with the admission that, there existed any unity of purpose between iho 'democrats' nnd the 11 r..t...n 11.. 1 inn 1. .1- ivwnin vamuuis. uu. " ""-,, . ,. ... ...... .... .1.?. ..!.. .1. ., .1.1. .....IJ '...,.' V J feated, the hired voters seem .0 look upon the mat- " " ' 7 - " ' , 1 . , k e I f A ttrv lo s a Id to J 0 an 1 nl I, . M III HUfc IUIIV ... IUJ I. Ill I lit., .vcs ....t.tti.... ... , , , ''1 t great commercial cities, like the radii of n circle and when we forgot to love tlio n let in almost everv direction, Vermont is not long ri'.l? and the generous ace it typifie. destined to remain "solitary nnd nlono t. e t next presidency. To these interrogatories responses have been re turned by Moasrs. John C. Calhoun, II. M. Johnson, Lewis Cass, and James Iluchanan: Mr. Van Uu rcn nun.cofiiatible. Mr. Calhoun gives an unqualified negativo to all tho above questions, saie tho lat, and manages to get up a comfortable appcaranco ofindilTerenco a bout tlut, which, '10 doubt, will be quite satisfacto ry to all who have for many years noticed his vio lent struggles forpohticaladvancement. Doubtless John C. Calhoun modestly prefers the quiet of pii vate life to tlie cares, responsibilities, honors nnd one hundred thousand dollars of the picsidential of fice. At any rate his friend will please cive out that tie is a second Cincinnntus, and that, in condo- hade paler, nn J he bent his eyes almost Mcrnly sce"dlng to be named as a candidate, he sacrifices on tho two females who had urgtd him into his ''Is own perional feelings to the good of his country, present embarrassing position. (They will also be pleased to overlook his notorious The young student aroso. lie had been wisily turn-coat career, and attributo each and every shift cnosca oy 1 ic pioacrs, lor m.vcr was c ericni my Ho has made lo an honest chance in opinion, with out the slightest mixture of selfishness in motive. So bliall he, the patriarch of demagogues, stand erect before the people in an imputed righteousness as a candidate for their highest trust and honors. Not even the smell of nullification shall bo consid ered as having passed upon his garmonts. A cham pion of measures the most completely destructive to every interest of the fiee Slates, ho shall bo one of , . , , - 7: , , ""- , v.i. u. .uu uce oiaics, no snau bo one ol n l wuh his eyes bent steadfastly on the two , fe. the acceptable candidate, offered for the suffrage, main who were n little nearer tho door. Thev '..f n,ii,, t,... unragei wvro whispering together, Miss Warner seemed I T,,n , .'. , .. striving to suppress her inclination lo mirth till I . , "",," 11 e, ,st' Mr- Jlnon) has a slight the prv per lime, and a slight giggle now and,,1. g anti-alliouia democracy in his reply. ! then broke from tho milliner at tho exquisite sue is no aJvoCBl' "f a National Hank; never dis- ' 'petyic gram mine Vonshlution to dis- prostrated . . i .... i . , ami her vast resources ncgu'cioi, nnu renuemi comparatively valueless for want oflhnso increns 1 f.icilitics for transportation which hnvo given our sister states such decided ndvnntngcs ocr us. Of tho several ionics which have been spokm of, there nro three w hich hnvo excited some atten tion, nnd each, doubtless, havi their strenuous nd- inntn s lieni t imist tin r..M m ,l..n. . : - " .... t: when it doos nut warm to the T.ittin r '' Whiff. " a Jtiving without sleep Mr Holier r i . .i i .. r1 uouny niiuoiiuces, inrotigit n Iso'.ton i... ...:m ,i..i. i.. ......i ..' day, to convince themsehrs of ihu lru:hm.f scr.ion West Troy fiV. V) AJr, atl yW ft ecu of their joke. The washerwoman aroso and brought forth the tray of cake and wine. I.id.i could not lasio a passed, in theso degenerate times, without beinc Gilbert draineJ his to tho bottom. Tho milliner expenses of government. Ho contrives to P,L i Pa,,lcul,y marked; but when he stoops tho digni wucompe lei to stl hor wine on n table to con-1 a dccenl l()()kj ioC(J of yof his office, and even the dignity1 of common ceal tho laughter which shook her hand - ,M. . ...irr -i... -n ........ P.r 7 .'ng ,1,at , villainy to the crawlinir tnckerv nf.-. B1.i. whitn Mm Wiinwr nni.. f.. ,lr.,.,I.- ... ,1... "". wouiu anoril am 010 nrolec- : ..." " ' """ """" .Lride. I letlier ho over-leaped the sontimcnt of An I now,' said tho younj lady, setting down ,,is Pr,y in this respect, or squatted under it, wo licr glau, and dusting the crumbs of cako from 'eivo t!lo,c interested to settle among themselves" her white gloves, 'as our amusement is over for as best they can ; only ventming tho conclusion C-?!d' W rLtUrn ll0",e' if 'ou !lrc reai'y ,llat "ne or 11,6 olllt'r uf l,leso gentlemen is slightly lur Oiluert, undemnrrnlir nn ilia .-.inr. ........ I ; I. l;r.l t.r . . .1 1 uvaiiun, 10 ine nun ". L:,,".if..V.- .-' . " "V T q'irst.on Mr. Johnson is far less direct th.n vlm:n thn hnlinml tn Im Imr liMsluml .t.1.;t - - iiu0uitlHt KalllU IIU washerwoman arota from her scaf and looked Alias Warner keenly in the face. ' Vou need not look at mo so voraciously good wonnn.' said tho unfuliii'r mil. 'If I havo lent -Mr Gilbert to Miss Lida here, it wns for our mu tual amusement ; hut play cannot last forever, and ns 11 is gciung miif, wo must go home.' 'Very much d lighted with our little mru- chimed in .Miss ' nith ; 'if you ever get up n wed- uiug in earnest, uj.s would be n delicate pattern. I trust the brido will not feel so much exalted thai she cannot bear tu como to her work in the mor ning.' The washerwoman was deadly pale sho lif ted her hands as if to enforco silence on. the flip pant mockery with which sho was insulted, and stepping a pace forward, was about to address the man who had violated the peace of her home but Lidt Ind risen to her feet, and in trying to reach her mother, staggered, and would havo fal len, but Gilbert reached forth his arm. and dmiv. ing licr to his bosom, kissed her forehead and her Mr. Calhoun. Ho serma tn linrrftr j?rtiinnlv ........ t the thought of possibly bocoming President of the Unite:l States-allows his obligation to submit humbly to tho better judgment of a National con vention, and then puts in a direct claim to prefer ence, winding ofT with an egotistical reference to a recommendation given him by the democratic convention of Kentucky. Mr. Css delivers himself of a decided anti-bank sentiment; is opposed lo ttistiibulion, and agrees with Mr. Johnson on the tariir question to a T. He dodc.es iho 1th question (restriction of the veto power) by postponing the subject as being now pre maturely agitated. When ho gets to be president, doubtless he will be prepared to 8ive a more deft nite answer. ' Mr. Iluchanan agrees with Mr. Johnson, and has by far tho most raanlr. ir.deoendtnt lntt.r r .i,. four. I'robablv he r.ilr,i1-ii,.. it ,. v,. 1 is. , .. .... (MWt oiuuua U1S- closure of his feelinas in resu-pun ih r.t. inn n: 1 1 t . palo lips, while the trembled from head to foot. . llor"u ling back into the teeth of the inquiring .'What means this)' exclaimed Miss Warner, 1 corami,,C8' bis cool indiflsrenco about the choice rjraspin' his arm in passionate anmement ; 'what 'bat shill be nado : for as John C. Calhoun Is alt'o moinstbis.iumyprcsuice.sirl' gether the greatest destructionist In the lot.it is J lS,l r 1,ftedlhi' head, naturally a conceded .point that the choice of the and looked firmly around, ht means that she is loco foco National f :., -m r.n mv wuc. mvown be ovn amt u-n. ll ...;r.. ,r 1 ....... , .. ... .. uciun; 1 Uivl in iIia .mhi i.r it' i. : . 1 .b" .uuni ll ilik, W ICKU Hcie, then, no have the sentiments of a batch of girl-did vou beheve me so hasflsn'nt.Ul "nd,t!'c. from among whom tho democrats will void of all manhood, that I coqld lend myself to n ''"e by nomina,ion ot be presidency. A. plot so .ilroeius 1 I loved you, Lstu'si al least monK ,,ie "!l0,e of ,hem 1,01 one solitary sontiment 1 thought so and when I w as tlun? into the dan- favo,al,le 10 ll'o greit relief measures which the gerous society of a creature so good and lovely as w'ants of the country demand, is to found. Tke Uli young girl, who is my w ife, I felt that your utmost approach made to any one such measure, is, ftMia were well feunded, that my alli-giance to the ridiculous notion of an accidental tariff. The TrS!jn J,n8Lr ... P"fcwn of faith, as sketched bythe.se gentlemen, i conMntwl, nt au honorable man should, 13 fee will undoubtedly answer the oresent imere.ts of ,;.'n0'f ? UUJ,VCrC r.1 Wtisfi0j W.l ,h" Utor. which in fact aeemi to be the only ora submission ton just demand, but you woul I hare ... . ,.', .... , " mo only ora- midemoa villainnd aft. r tL, would havo w 'id' "'e oco party con.trucu it, political nurritJ the dastard for tho sake of Aii property "m"nen": bu' " be free Ub,rof the North end tktiimfttrad'r Require the exact opposite of all the sentiments ex- Before the lat words were fairly uttered, Milt prevd above, admiu of no argument. la Wash Warner had droprml lo -the floor in violent hys- igton's time, or Indeed at any time previous to the tenas, and some tw o hours after, lws undertook elevation of Cm. Jackson, what would hire been rather an unpleasant walk uome through thfldamp thought of just such a manifesto as either of the a. fotei"1"1 M lle bare, put forlh by ,n expectant of the presidential cuagclergn,an ofr,M, I)ok , K J i uc nrxi uav sue nil me mitiacuon oi seoin? enough to advertise through his official organ, or permit others to do it for him, that all holders of office must support him, adopt his viows and profess them, whether they bolievo thorn or not, on pain of Lieing turned out of office, then wo say he is a legit imate subject of ridicule and contempt the sanctity oi his olhce to tlie contrary notwithstanding. The. man, personally, is fairly exposed to asholfrom any ono who chooses to aim at him. i CI Erysipelas. About sixty deaths by this epidemic have occur red in the town of Derby since October last. The population of the town, at the commencement of the sickness, was about 1600, so that one in every thirty ono of the inhabitants hawre died in about seven months. The average age of those who have died was nearly forty-six years. Two-thirds of the pop ulation of Derby are supposed to havo had tho dis ease. In most cases where it terminated fatally, patients were sick from four to six days only. The epidemic is now subsiding. Virjinla Election, Returns are yet incomplete, but the Whigs havo made considerable gains. Mr. Hotts is defeated, and Henry A. Wise is elected. Wc do not find the reported death of Mr. Wise confirmed ; but should it be, wo will cheer fully give notice. O It is now stoutly affirmed that Mr. Webster ia resigned his secretaryship, that he is succeeded by rar. Upsher, and that nir. Upsher is to bo suc cteded by mi. Ciuhing. Information has been received by the Hibetnia that mr. Krerelt has declined the mission to China. The Keene, N. H. Sentinel says grass is lo.or 15 days in advance of what it was last year at this time. About forty feel of Windsor Hridge, crossing the Connecticut was carried away by the late freshet. ho w ill deliver lectures on the art nf l , -t 1 1 . . . i . i , vocntes. Ono from IJurlinglou Vt , through 'fiA , ,. , , " . Montprlicr. down tho. valley of tho Connecticut " . " ,,r"r"'MieTl Itiver to UmitltW. ihcnco to connect with 10 Tcn tm. the Boston nnd Fitchhurgh road which is now in progress of constructtm. Another from Burlington through Verjjcnncs, Middlehury, Riill.iud. thuuci' ncrois tho mountain through Mount Holly lo Braitlehoro' and Fitch burg. The other route proposed, is from Burling ton south, through tho wholu length of tho valley west of tlie Green Mountains to Pitlsfiold Masi, to intersect tlie western railroad from Boston to Albany. 1 he dtstincc from Burlington through Mont pclicr to Fitchhurgh, overnny possible route forn rnilroad, would he over 200 miles, nearly 100 of which would bo occupied in winding through the mountains, nnd among the rocks from Burlington to Connecticut river. Thisrouto has not ydhern surveyed, nnd consequently its practicability is not determined. The route through Rutland and Mount I lolly to Filchbiirgli, is about 180 miles. This nls'o has to cross the Crccn Alountnin from Hut- land to Bellows Falls, n distance of nearly fifty miles. This roulo has been surveyed from Rut land to Mount Holly, and isfnid to bo practicable. Tho distance from Burlington through Hntlund. Manchester, Bennington, from thence to IJit($nVld Muss., is lf4 miles. This route passes through the whole length of the valley of Odor Creek, a distance of nearly 70 milis from to to 20 miles in the valley of the Baltenkill, near the foot of the Green Mountain range, a distance of. 10 or 50 miles through n valley which is nearly level through its whole length to Fittsfield. This route has not yet been surveyed, but from an examina tion of the valley west of the Mountain, from Burlington Vt, to Pitisfitld Mass., I think I haz ard nothing in saying that no route of tho same distance, can bo found in New-England, which presents so few obstacles, and vvhich is so admira bly adapted by nature for the construction ofn rail road ns this. It is well known to those acnuainted with tlin nv. ological and mincrological features of Vermont, that nearly nil tho mineral wealth ol this Slate, is .1... .:.... i : .i. ....ii. .. i . . ' uuijua.tru in uiu- vaiiuy lying WCSl OI 1110 UrCCn Mountains. There is a valley extending nearly tho whole length of the State, of from onu lo ten miles in width, embracing ono of tho most produc tive agricultural districts in New-England, nnd probablyTcontnining more mineral wealth tlinn any other district of iho same extent in the Union. On the eastern margin of this volley, from one ex tremity of the State lo tho other, the deposits of iron ore are inexhaustible; tho western rongo is bounded by one continuous range of marble, which, for texture, durability and beauty, vies with the best specimens of Euronean iinnorlation. The streams flowing into tho Battenkill nnd Otlcr Creek from the high-lands on either side, furnish an amount of water-power perhaps not excelled hv any other section of tho samo exit nt in tho world. I lie mountainous UiMi ict, from 20 to 150 miles in width, running th.i whole length of tho State, is covered with valuable timber, which, for want of facilities of transportation to market, is comnarn- lively valueless. This would all find a ready opening to market by a rail road west of tho mountains. VWV. I1AV5 I.ATOt) I'limi i . . f AND TWENTY-TWO BAYS 1 it 8 FROM CHINA INTERESTING f TELLIGENCE. Tho EiisInnJ," Cupt. Bnrtletf; uttVrfoa $1 nay morning, at new xorif, wiii lanfu&f , to the 7th inst. ' On llio evening of the Gth. the hU ell I'tiglon, in nnswor to u question of Iml Hi 12 inn urciarcu wiai uio incomo ux would yitHt 500,000; nnd though this ninnnnt u ui exceed tho expectations held out ollinaliylii Robert Peel, in thesum of 800.000 tho n-a ment had occasioned considerable disarm it t3 nnd nil iho markets for Britishnnd Foreign M nan ucciiucil. The cotton market hnd not mnlcriallyabtt Tho House of Lords presented n (ctneofr interest, on occasion of the discussion oil Brougham's motion for n vote of thakstol Ashhurton. His Lordship commenced nitl-Jj uiu sevcruy on iho conduct or Gen. Cass, i: ho dcscriheil, as Imving been cominii"f his own govrrnmcnt lo bo tho guardian pence which he had exrrtul himself to disi' Lord Mouteni'le had moved for certain v to bo laid before the House, relative to co!"i j wool, with si view ns he announced of tfii the rcmovul ofthodnty of five-sixteenths of W ny jier pound to which colton is now sulijrc p niirilmi...! ....:nt. ..i .. "'"uiHiu uiu ...i ma uAisuii in oincr coun;r those which had been imposed hy Great Hr. In tho House of Commons. Lord Ash cv drown motion condemnatory of tho opium 'a gj on receiving Sir Robert Peel's declaration ' al negotiations had been opened with a view h t ducc China lo plnco it upon a legalized ba" ..... L. -. I. ..." . . .. i uu iiukkl-i bi in iio nicz nn i. i. owner. sailed hence on the 20th of March, nrriui Liverpool on tho morning of tho 7th of Af ftnip ttittingucr, iiurseley, which rnilid v on the 18th March, arrived on iho 8th Anril Her Majesty's preparations for another rvcnl nre all made. CflLYA AND INDIA. The latest intelligence from Canton cor down to the 21st of January, from which it : pears that tho Imperial Commissioner I- lr; had arrived there on the 10th, but it was douli if the negotiations nspccluig the tarifi would' mencc until after tlio beginning of the Chi new year, which was on tho !10th of Jontiar Heniy Pottingcr had left Hong Kmiir for C on tho 17th, in order to pay a visit of court Colonel Malcolm lelt Bombay on the lu,!i February, on board a stenmerin order lodcii the ratified treaty to tho Pleniprtentiary The British Plenipotentiary applied to Ke indemnity for tho acts of the mob at Canton, t the latter replies ; "I do not know who thief; and I cannot explain to myself whence b rintrc'I ngniust the I'.n to COLLECTOR OF VERMONT. It is said that Judge Briggs has been removed. mm uio kuiicciorsmp given to . . tiyue again GilH.1.;.. .X ,i.i..t. ..i ;.. , i i. P P" currency a currency which of nM.ii. ' l ' w aj1U4 tlUliliestWV II aiv VJ . '"J I 4 " -ivikiiuii ill VUC sthiib. hid b-n j.urchael for another occAiion, ""a3" u,u el,st "'is country ; no protective ta. g t places; but such are di-spised by honest mm eai iu the back wot was tho washerwoman, in j n ' 10 c'ure 10 lluor and entorprlie its just reward : a'' partifif.anl will provecurics to those who feed M n. ktru l..4 .m.I tt.l .it..u.l r.1 .M1. . . tWO mflilUI.. UllSnii .1.. ... . them. Yi Vfttrhimrtm w. ,e r,iUlucJl exisieoee ol i wmcii. mis country can never protper. bo sufficiently interested in the subject to raise suf- ........11 HU.UII3 10 accomplish so desirable on ob ject. u THAT "SAM K ni.D r'.mv A. W . il vde QL'ain. Th Pi...i u 1.1.- , r. 11..J , " , , ' ' - - " -""''"tS I'uuilll, uir way o r U CUI. vo.. nyuc was collector unuer JacKson and Van ing (he Whig parly, has procured a woodcut nfa Uurcn, and no ninn was anymore opposed to John 'Coon' piostraie. with feel up! Wc accent ilm ;ici iii loiuiuan ne. vji course mere win oo a ' " iiepuuucan oiu not Know, but wo old sweep among the deputies, lo make room for loco foco 7ynnen professedly to, wc mean, for we have yet to see the man in Vermont, whig or loco foco, whom we believe to be honestly in laror of Joho Tyler for re-election. There are unnii mirn. ably some men who will make profi ssions in order iriscn so great n WTrn . -....1 .. .1 ... rilPril II l' tvllnrn l!ir. nriifniln !a t.ntrtr Alllir'j i uu; a i uiiu in cross inn mniinfmn w w ..... -.. ii .0 k"ik ..- at Montnelier or Mount Ilnlln.r ibn nntii.n my troops arc well exercised and nrenarr-il. ? of the State would hfi hpnofillerl lint nn rt i.. ..i cithelcss. when anv trouble arises. I slinuldbet' . ,.v...,vu. uuv ,n U11II I. 1111(11 . ' J wc should onlv bo connected with ilm ltnnm cautious for fear if I acted with temerity and P market Tho tmuLm mnio r,n i). cinitation. I should onlv eniisn hettveeti vouCl! .. -.WMW.t.ivltSUtlllUlll I 1 1 i I 1 1 J T ' H I I r 1 I I J " ' J tM..' t)ri.-IT.l.l . I I.I . . inr. nil inln lrr, l. In nrli.H.ti.n W' 1 uiaiicm muss., would not on iv connect us wit 1. . -"" ..i....v.i-. r .... .11 1 ... . ... . ' a. .. 1 1 .1 je? uosion, yiDany and rrov. by the Western rn - '" ..f..-ia mi imvu mirucu road. but. in connection w-iili il.r. rinnoinnlr. rr,,i villages, plundered our shops, carried nwnv tvoul 1 open n direct rail-road nnd steam boat com'- "joney, nnd to whom shall I address myse" munication with New-York. obtain reparation ? Also the English mcrhia 'P.l,. . .1.. I ..- i... t 1 am Ihev uemnnrl rrnarnlinn tint with n rfr.SSEl .....j ... uu.i.ii uiu reiauvc (li&mnciB 01 . .. . . . ' : .- . -i the several nronnsed routre iho nninrnl nhttrnr. war? In fact ho refuses to mnkc indemn!y 1 -M tions in the way of the two routes ncrots the It appears that the Ameers of Hydcrbad w. M mountains, the relativo cheapness with which n ,na M"' nrrangements to collect a large arr roail may bo constructed on the west side of tho c"1""111 ' Jay 'Inst nnd loots' with Mi.ior' mountain, comnared with tlinn. nr,, tl.n mo...,, "irn, whom tho Indian Government had in Ic" j tain, tho vast amount of heavy freight which tho 'jcr 5cnl 10 lnem orc'l'r ,0 lna''e crmi. maroiij quarriej, iron mines nn I timber Inn-li wm , , . would furnish, ovei any other section of the State. cpvQi'imvu ivi wmvnv together with the factthat the northern route would . ' r , , , ' ' ' , open one of the richest sections of Vermont, in tho 'S ":"' " "Zb 3 i ) mortU.rcct manner possihlo.to all the great m.f-,ing rase oftrance:-A young lady, iuni,S w w "s wwiiiiitt, iiw uiiu t.uii ur ii iiiiimrni itim t'nnmmm inn t.an r..i.Mii 13 nucsiion the superior advantages, not only to tho .bed for a great length of time wjih a voll' ouue, ma iiitu iu uio MOCKiioiucrs, ol Ihc mail , v'lus.oisoruer, was at last to all ap'caiantf-" faflL propctci turougn tnc btate on the west side ofthn ve" 01 ",n- llc' "P were quite pale, her " ' -JR ElTortsnro being made to excite tho public at- ml B'ew, CH,,d-, '",0 remove. t'(im tention to this subject for tho purpose of securine ln ? sllc.d,,)' was Uii a, c0"'. a.r ' , Ls;,reKf Ir-J L Inn I r mak a Bcogrophieal and hyms wero-sung before the door. examination, so for as will be necesary to bring Just as tho peoplo were about to nad co' prominently before tho public, the vast resources 'Hd to the y.friu, a kind of perxpiration was 0' ; of western Vermont. I doubt not the neonln will lo appear em the surface nf her body I'ri nne.r Mrow UiiiKi,and that iJenttcal rod cloak ; y her t.Je t.st our l.la, looking at karely r.) n 33w-diop,a aight which made the ullage ariito ctu whir out of ccncct with the "tnock-uaar-riigo" but ve wore perfe-cily autisM, true, we wtre oMisua ta loak out for new help but th liouMsitai jiinod a capiul Roonskepr in the wa.aatrwr0m4n. au 1 the most lovely, joyous, and Mnrra.bearioi liuU muuru you ereJiw, w titn 'ti. rcctivod "On Up.. If enUr of thess aspirants succeed. anJ th nn. ciple. they adroeale becotae the aettled frwliey of the gevriament, e ahall find that our piesent ei. perimc 1 affliction was but the begiunmg 0f ax. rw. Jt now, prices are" low, buaineas at aynant and labor 0p5.te.1eJ. what may be appreLanded if h. U syatem of Jocpfocoiam shall be established i if tai ion. letters from Europo announce the largest emigration to this country, the coming rummer, lliat has err occurred since the wan of Napoleon. From Eugland and Germany alone thtre will be, it is said, over 100,000. Whole communities in the south of Germany are prepar ing to embatk, principally incchantca aod fir- i men. eraater everv mnmr.ni in.l , l.ii 1 Vind'1 vulaive mollon u.iu nl.ri...l in id.. Innrli jr of tho corpse. A fow minutes after, duur?' 'flj time fresh signs of returning life appesrt i'H uiivc u.:iicu hit eyes, anu uitcierea a ." blu aluiek. I'hyMcians were quickly pr"U'' p. In the cource ot a few days she was enr '' restored, and is probably alito at this !" deiciiption which she cavo of her attua' itrernetv rprnnrlralitf. nn.l "f....n- rmirjUl r . .---.j ........... w.u, ..... .Ul MIS fc...-- roon nunieisjjo, mat 11 is 111 that exact poslti.n that il,.., ui '-am, , the Coor. fmht. Hie hardest, arid in fact if wa,t ! iUt ,1 " ' P1C,,",0SV- . a.,a Is a match for a pack of Hog.. Many b,' " , 'She "id "med 10 her that ahe a. W hare been wilneiseri. adinfrin" tlJ , Jc ( ritv ami 6 w"1PerrfBy ronacious of all that - ' bTrartl.. ..ll.ni i J.i" . . .. -..I':''! an(J "round her in this dreadful itilr. bit' .....ti. nrl US'"' at tlie iifln of l.nr coffin. c' . .1 . 1 ... .. ..... in'" ninn u.ji ,e ueai, clonics ami lay uci IIH I . 11 . doz bv the Uineuu. now nnnti... ..1.1. .1.. iv "Bala ner inenos ..i.v, -i-i-,.ii. auiMiifi iniire, uniii ne had ihi ''.n,!. .11 7 . . 3 whole pack in a roar of pain and fngh I te f"?, a, mental ari.e' Ve-w0 accept .he oU. wSM,.i,rm. bab,e- h ,e 'H 10 bU .".' a .1 W wan nn l,.i... ..i... .. .. .t. - Y. y. 1 wir.oui power, ana con (1 not art in h'r v ".. Tlanhoal U . ga. an r Z , u l ie' ?n "T'V f",ln V ,f ? 1 unal. far before the for in tJL,:. 1 vE',: h"'1 ?"n' ' . . nl the sin.e lie ' dignity, or any denmm of u, fn,;,. ,n ' " ,'lur impossible for her to uretm w- . unal, far before the for in strate (though it said by old hunters, that Iho 1'os.um wiiiiis nun uy ine aaverity ol Ins Iront teeth ) Hut. above all. the Coon" is an eniire American lie U wit a native of the old uorl.l II. t. ...... .. - - -.v .v t.LIU' nr tn rmnn V. n . ... . I. I,.irifi ,v.l ' ... .,,,,. vl kjsw, ur io try, iiiiw'. - ally endeavored to do so. The Infrria. aof. f her miud was, however, at its utmost li'.o'- t Ihn lcr.nl t.m.w .... t i .. v.. iit!7 4 ..... ....wii., ii.iiiii Hrin UCI"'JI. r - - , ine uu 10 trie co tin win about tn be ni ei aively .North American, and e think the better lr Ji0 ' ? 10 n." Vmn. w" "H1 1? uo . :.V"i mm tor thai. He represents, to., qmle ' " "'""B"'. ane was to be onnru, y-- :o''i nMfas''U2CabmsodHsrdrir,., ,ul bat gave activity to her mind and caused ltWi 1 lrw on her copnreil frame.