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J I't.m Ikt Btitm Wy Adrerttier. I NKtK MUX CKLKU RATION J - opeclcd festival passed off ofi Safur j v, .eighth anniversary of tlio battle, to a d- . gtilol nil we numerous n-oomui-i , . uay was fine, cool ami propitious Ac rr. ti arrangements, the formution ol . r,n ltzn ali;jbt o'clock in the morn n ' Ttfcfil parts of the Common, The mill- rt o of ,nc particular companies of j we have lcly d-sf ibt-d, was arranged in jUtnrciondonthe Western Avenue, It made a 4ran'-c Weneicr heard finer mill a a thai th it of the different bands who at rlilmar.l .e other paita of the procession irtil' known Button bands, others fiom art pai' of tlie f 0UI,lry accompanied the dif f;,i f "tn abroad. i iLrmod at 'it-lit o'clock, and about .v- m, ,i.m-took un their lino of march. The . . the nneH ever witnmscd in the coun In non to the several Corpindvertisodto ( n iwy portton of the procession, were - r mpmies. wnicn were nosicu as 101 ImeofAaci. amortr which was the (Iter used by ' themselves headlong into the mnfflrl,i !h. mi the Manchester Massaehurt Company in 1775 I comes pourinr inV thousands of noiind. -r Across Hlackwone rcct was citended a bannc wck.aid allelawrs seem to regard acmisat hand, with the following inscription. 'Bunker Hill, Whether, in ihl. rmirmnir. Mr rYrvnn.il .-ill June 17. 1775 The day and its deeds forctt not.' nrove himself From the National Temperance 1 lotue across lo ! ... pniBinin. . wnll. tha circular building on Union strut, war dis played a beautiful line of Msgs. Aerots Ham lull street, near Traverie itreel, was hung out the Constitution banner At the ttitrance of Warrm bridge was n large banner, on which was inscrib el All Hail to the Chief Flags and streamers wore nlso displayed in profusion on the Charles town side of lite bridge At the entrance of Mam sdrctl was n triumphal nidi, with the follow ins; motto- 'I'litnotism the country s protection, intel ligence its safety ' Gorgeous flags Here also dis played throughout Main street. The residence of Or Abraham R. Thompon was most tastefully and gaily decorated with flags, banners and ever- Ami lulo it when 'tis widest lime will show, but be has brought his darling re peal panacea to a pilch al once fearful and sub limn. If now he falters in his course, 'farewell a long (arcwell to alibis greatness,' whilo n continuance in his present policy must incvitibly bring him into collision with the Government, and precipitate a consulstoit. There is no middle coutw Troops are daily pouring into the country, Government steamers arc constantly engaged between the tower of Indon and the Prison nouse, Dublin, in carrv- ing ami landing arms, the Castle in the Utter city i hfiinrt hmiiiI . j . . m.t .1 x ..,.1 ......... greens, and an arch of evergreens and streamers ,,,, , thJw GoMrnncnl ipoics an surmounted by a bust of Darnel ebster, crowned jininrj ja,0 0ll,brt1lu ' w it ii rt i& rjkrttli nl lull-.! n-if it tli. mfrint inn 1 fir I . .. with n wreath ol laurel, with the inscription, 'The Heroes of Hunker Hill and their eloquent cham- i' umuuib Artillery, Nnwburyport Attil-1 pi.' Franklin and High streets were also splen nih9 1st Brigade, under Brig Gen. Henry didly decorated, and m front of tho Monument .-iii iiu nue 11 i.iiv 11 iiiiiijuiai iiicii, iiiuj (iiu iiiut- to, 'The Altar of American Liberty is here,' stir mounted by nn eagle On the pillar, on cither i inscribed tho names of the Heroci of tho'Itevolution. Wintlnon and Wnrrcn streets were also handsomely ndorned, and the entrance of Charles Hiver bridge was decorated with flags. Prince street and the part or Hanover street above Blackstone street had numerous decorations, among which we noticed a very largo banner, got up by ilr. I iltston, a coniectioncr, on wnicn was painted a view ol tne Aionument, nnu on ci. I,n. .;.l. incnril...t I77r, nn,! Ifiin 'I'lio TUB WHU! STATU CONVKNTION 1 Assembled at ituiltnd, June 28, 1813, and wat orginied by chootlnc Hon. Illltnd Hall, l'rcldent, pro tm, and 1! 1. Wslton. Jr Kt Seeretsry, pre trn. A cwnmhtos of one from oach County ws ap- ptilnted bjr ilia Clulr, lo tepotleil the fnlWlif; lil of ollicot for lb Convention, nd their ttirxiri wj screptrd, and their nomination conllimed by the Contention. Hon. Hn.ATtn II all, President, Dr. Cvrnis WA'tiniH.", "1 Hon. Tiios. Y. IIanmomi, ( ... . linn. Ht.xnv P. Jams, J I. '. Waltun, Jr. Sccrcttry. James W. BirknV,) . ,. . Sl II. HodRr,, jAwiSceieUilM. On niotiiin the Sheriff of Itutland County in vited to act as Marshal of iho Convention. It was then tcsolvoil llul the dulecalea from each Atthn Ilillilin ftn Xtr)nnrrn on fnnili nl a saoir against the supersedeas issu.-d by,lic County should meet after adjniitnme.-.t, and polm t j ih Oth and Slhcompani a of National Ntw York, Lieut Col. Vcrmilya; Uock- Oaanls N H. in the d Brigade, under 'Ittirral Ntttltton. , ngton Guard, Maiden, in the 4lh Brig r Brigadier Gen Dana. I i tv: v n tern minutes neiorc eleven ociocu, lfVtdtit of the United Stntes, nccompanled e President of the Bunker Hill Monument 5.11 jn and Messrs John Tyler, Jr, nnd Hob- Tr tr entered the barouctio prepared for tho i and the other dignitaries and invited guestr, :d in tho order previously announced. (Vt lk our itJilion near the corner of btate kj Washington streets, in passing which point, " otcupcid by the procession was exactly Lwmtvfour bands of music was attached to military, and six to tho civic part of the pro- ii m, Mh. n tho rear of tho general escort had parsed ite House, the ilo-Jly truant ol nis txceiieu. t eovenor. consistins of the Boston nnd Sa- i Cadets, who were on duty in tho Stale House rl followed after. The Chief Marshal of tho isnd Aids joined next in procession and were i i .i t. vi. r .1. . it-:,..) c..... i wen or ino j-resiueni oi uio uiiucu oiuiis, i rade in n beatiful open barouche, accompa- : I V his two sons and by Mr. Buckingham, Jcnt of the Monument Association. The oth- i . r.ll 1 ill. r-i kniini guests rouoweu vc nonce our. .uor- : 0 jv Kent, of Maine, Gov. Fcnncr, of Rhode A and tho Governors of some of tho other the several members of tho Cabinet, and ir gentlemen in the suite, Lieut. Gov. Childs, i-s( hoate, Wmthrop, King, l'orter, of Con manv of tho Judiciary of this nnd other is b sues several other persons of distinction, r i ii i.i.. r. ir was one uunurca nnu cigiit veicrnns oi i tic l liition among the invited guests. Those who ilit ai Iexmston, had a neat representation lie monument at that place borne with the car le in which they rode. All the invited guests I he number ol carnnges therefore made ! rable part ol the procession, rMiem followed the 'second division,' which laemblcd like tho first in the Stnto House. rated principally of the authorities and of- vi government, anil of different public in- win. -i he various incorporated societies l1 lomnit in llirt Tirnrrtninn Ti-ii? fnrmnil in tivn is on tlio Liommon, and lolloweU on in or r Ljf n the leading societies had reached the Park street, "ic barouche containing tho President, turn- 'i State street, he was haileJ with loud cheers. Unmrner, tho Mayor, wns also cheered, nnd ' juts that went up, when the survivors ol the ! itton turned down the street, were deafening lie top of the carriage in which tho Iexington its toAe, was n miniature model of the Lex- i i Monument, erected over the ashes of the it who fell on tho 19lh of April. 1775. Tho lr r the Army and Navy, were very numcr- r.nf msde a most capital appearance. i.e vetr ran. Minor ncniamin Husscll, was ro- J in Stale street, with three hearty cheers. bt fpltndid corps, the N. York Light Guard, -1 .cw l ork Urass Uanu. recortedtne'bons w Kncland,' Cheers, loud and long con- j' rettedthem as they passed, .edition to the bocittus, xc previously men- ui expected to form n part of the procession, ! 'ljations from tho Andovcr Theological ".uv.thc Dane Law School, Harvard College Ii" l'hillins Academy at Dover. frin-ipjl streets through which the pro parsed were adorned with flags and stream- i nations, and of evcrv description. On it street across from iho corner of West It tho Common, was a line of American N snd pennants, and another across the head ttrect On Wasmcton street tho decora- t e very numerous and beautiful, Among next and last decorntions which wo noticed, wero on and about tho Tremont Theatre, which was hung with flags, wreaths and banners of every de scription, nnd presented a very neat nnd elegant appearance. The United States ship of the lino Ohio was lit erally covered with flags and streamers of every possible description, and never appeared in gayer attire. All tho shipping was dressed out in flags and signals, and tho whole harbor presented a specta cle unrivalled for beauly nnd magnificence. When the procession reached Warren Bridge, a saluto wns fired from the Navy Yard, and an other by citizens of Charleston greeted its arrival on Bunker Hill. The preparations on the balllo ground were made with great tnsto nnd forethought The bank which slopes down on tho Eastern side of tho Mon ument Square was arranged with scuts, rising am phithcatrically above each other, nnd reserved (or ladies. In front of theso ranges of scats wns a large square, kept open for the arrival of the pro cession, opposite tho" Monument, was erected the platform from which the Urator was to speak.. Chancellor, ten barristers headed by Sir Colman O IOghlcn, son of the late master of the rolls, sub scribed to the funds of the Hencal Association, nnd , were by acclainntion admitted ns members. The tnr-motion caused n grcnt sensation. O'Connel rend for the meeting the correspondence with the inanceilor, which proceeded his dismissal from the magisterial bench. O'Connell has nnnounccd to Sir Edward Sudgen hia determination to im peach him thereupon fnahJC'n'M' parliament Tho rent for tho week was 2,225. Tho latest Irish, papers contain an account of n meleo between a party of Orangemen and n body of Itepcnlcrs, nt Dungannon, on the 30th of May. A house was razed, and many persons beaten, but no lives lost. All tho Irish forls, castles and battlements have been inspected by n government engineer, nnd or dered to bo repaired and placed in n Mnto of per fect utility. Indeed tho preparations of govern ment nro such that would indicate that a civil war is not far distant. M i lit a it y Position' ts Ireland. Tho bat teries at Tarbert have, unexpectedly been reinfor ced by four additional pieces of artillery, nnd nn additional forco of ono officer and fifteen men is expected daily. Letters have been received inqui ring how many men all the forts would contain ; all the guns nre to bo mounted without delay. A man-of-war steamer went up tho Shannon on Friday week with two thousand stand of nrms for Limerick. Four other steamers were despatched from tho Tower for Ireland with nrms. Wo un derstand that two men-of-war steamers will be sta tioned in the Shannon ono nt Tarbert, and the other at Grass Island. Ktrry Evening Post. Pakliamentaky Proceedings. Tho day af ter tho sailing of tho last steamer, Lord Stanley introduced ccitnin resolutions into tho House of Commons,based on the of long talked measure for a number of member, equal to the number of tlioir Senators, to form a rummittuo to nomintte candi dates for Governor, I.icut. Cnvornor, and Trcanutci, and two delegate at large, (and two nubititutes) fiom this State to the Whig Convention to be held at llalilmoro In May IS II Messrs. Win. C. Kltlrodpo, D. W. C. Clarko, E. P. Walton, Jr. Hdward Kirkland, Lyman A. Marsh, and Leonard, Sargent were appointed a Committee to rcpott resolutions and an address. Tho Convention then adjourned till 'J o'clock, r. m Tho largo attendance upon tho Whig, State Con venlion, still in session in this place, gives evidence thai tiuo and ganuinc pattiolism still clings to tho over verdant hilU of Old Vermont. Every section of the State is fully and ably represented the ut most harmony and good feeling prevails, and all sec tional and personal interest seem lost in devotion to 'principles' and tho honor of tho State. Hut our timo nor limits will neither admit ofour Riving mote of tho afternoon proceedings, this week, than the nominations. Wo rejoice that they aro such as will find favor with In W'ol HuiUttd, ? 1th lam , of dropur on tht brain, Mr. Smh Mtlh, wife of Ottilmm Cht ury Jj, and d tighter of lnl Wslktr Kiq , (rd 3i. In We-n lUttrf, Wd Iml , Mr 5rah fmoM, commit of John l'rmnt lulu nf.Mldd1eb.itj, cnl 08 ri and nine momhi. 1'flntm In Net Ybtk tlid (.'unnMliHil ate requeued At. In Chittenden, on the 13th Intt , Mr. Joirpli Tliiimii, in the NUb yea! of hit agr. Lumber; rr nnfi Spruro Sltincr, 3.',0MJ Ft. Spriico .JV-JjUUU and Hemlock lloanNi Seasoned Clp iKtartl. floor Hoard. 'J Inch l'lank, .ScantllnCi Vc Ac. Fomale by DANIELS A HULL. June 10, IMS. tffl: SH Grain. 1 ri"W'V HuikbeU OjIi, $00 do. Corn and Rye', I o'UU For vilo by IUkiils A lln.i.,' 1 June Sn, 1813. 0) 1H I Iyo'can Pills. 1 FIR AM L. cilESI'Y, standing County Ae,nt; 1 keeps idimtatilly on hnil vardnis aired boierf of ihe boB I'lIU nt tho following lirtcru, viz;-- O.'.'S, 0,'jO, 61, 83. I'ersons llut h.ie ued those Pills, know the utility of them aitJ they will rccomend themrlvo. Alo, VArf-mon' Cough and IVurm Lfiztnfti. and thc"'i)cir Man't Matter" forn lama ile, back, or brxatt, futt.ijli by I'angborn & llrintmtld, Ktato Agents. Junl!0, 1813 20:1 DANMKI.S .V HELL havo for sale Ground Ilod Salt for Dairy usa, a moit beautiful nrltclo. June 31, 1643. En: SB Slate ol' Vcrmoiil. Itt'TLAND, SJ. orated with national colors. Scats were provided 'ntroduction of Canadian flour and wheat at a on tho platform for tho invited guests. fixed duly of Is. per quarter. A. glance at the .... .. ... . I ljirlinmiiitnri illmm'in' tlinivc tl-hnt nn nnn n nl xil.nl nit ill inrnnnn nt in s nln .. , ....... .. i,,,.u v.. Tho President entered his carriage nt tho State IIouso nt 7 minutes before 1 1, nnd precisely two hours nfter, nt seven minutes beforo cue, his car riage drove into tho Square, under escort of the Lancers nnd Cadets, the other portion of the es cort remaining without. The rest of the proces sion followed and filled a largo part of tho im menso square. When tho President entered, ho wns greeted with loud cheers from those who sur rounded tho enclosure, ns he had been nlong the line of march. Tho revolutionary veterans wero welcomed with enthusiastic cheering. Some lime after iho procession hud entered, tho guards nt tho lino wero withdrawn ana tne ntten dant throng rushed in. Wo never have seen n more brilliant spectacle than that presented from tho Piator's Pavilion at this time. The ground rises slightly between that point nnd the monu ment square, and, crowded ns it was with specta. tors and listeners of whom there must hove been morn than 35.000 within sirlit of his evo nrcsent- cd a grand nnd sublime aspect. Hchind this large throng rose the scats of the ladies, and over iho whole roso the monument in majcslie'simplicity, with no ndornmcnt added to tho scvero grace of its proportions, excepting tho nationnl banners which floated gracefully at the summits. A brill iant sun lighted up the whole scene. Tho whole pioccssion had entered nt two o' clock, when tho Roy. George E. Ellis of Charles town'tho Chaplain of the day, invoked n blessing from God in fervent prayer. All of the nsscm blago which wns within sound of his voice stood uncovered in silence. After tho prayer, Mr, Buck ingham led Mr, Webster forward to the front of the platform. Mr. W. looked extremely well. As soon ns ho was seen, fie was grccleu with the most cntbuiiastic cheering from tho immense as I, i .f. ii , i - - j semuiage, nepriie.i anu louu, nnu nga.n am again f , , - ... . than a renewed. The ladies on the glaccs movtel nanus ! ,,, .!,,?,.,...',. i. .un Illl. CI.UIIVIIII, IMIIVIIriL 1 , 1,11 II IIIUJ 1JU II Wll, IIIW i ninn limn mn mrr n 1 . 1 . . .. . . . ' v summary shows what nn nnpl discord this measure has proved to the minister; hundreds of his 1 followers were in open rebellion against it, nnd the on dit of the day is, thai Sir itobert I'ecl emphatically declared, that unless the "country gentlemen" swallowed this bolus he would resign. Agitation in Scotland Scotland, loo, has been tho sceno of a religious movement, tho most important in its consennencts.tlio most extended in its ramifications, which has take jIbco since tho timo of the Reformation. Nealy 500 ministers tho hearts blood for the Church, embracing all that arc most distinguished lor learning, tulent, nnd energy have seceeded from the Kirk, and thrown themselves upon the voluntary principle, rather than submit to nu intcrlcrciicc in mutters ol disci plino with tho civil power. A.vritrcAN Oils. It has recently been dircov cred in Liverpool, that tho Amcricnns have been attempting to introduce a spurious article under the name ol "lard oil, which consists ol lib per cent, sperm oil, and only IM of hud oil. Tho rea son is this: the new duty on sperm oil under the tarifT is 25 per cent that on lard oil is merely ad volorcm. The names selected for the infanl Princess arc Alice Maud Mary names thoroughly English. Somo Horn mi Catholic Bishops are about to pre pare a prayer for tho safely of Daniel O'Connell. HENRY CLAY. If humanity presents a noble and sublime spec tacle, it is when n pure and lofty patriot, regard less o( self, nnd devoted to the good of his country, even in tho midst of calumny and reproach, pur sues the path of duty, and patiently awaits the ap proval winch tunc must at length bring. There Hoel Stevens, 1 Dennis Tryon, Polly Tryon, Penelope Tryon, SylvaiuisB. Lathe, Eliza Trvon. Socrates H.Tiyon.J In Chancery, April Term, 1813, MHIEHEAS Hoel Slovene nf Paw let, in the county of Itutland, has nt tho preterit term of this cunrl filed Ills bill ngnliiit Dennis Tryon, Pcne lopo Tryon, Sylvanus I). Lalho nl Pawltil aforesaid, and Kllza rrvmi and bocratra 11. 1 ryon a nco pconio oi a ireo male, and i f ,..:.... i ,t r r i t ,it 111 IJtl(IMI III ttlU I UUHI I til 4JIIMI tllH W.IW J l consequently njnin sounds the knell to tho hopo of Iowa, Stating that, on" tho 5lh July 1(311, tho said renelope and folly, being indebted to the orator in S300.0(Jby note dated lath April 1810, payable In nnd handkerchiefs at the same time; making a singularly beautiful and graceful appendage to the more riotous enthusiasm in front of them. After Mr. Webster hod concluded, ihc proccs- . i . i i ml. - M!.- I 1 tne same oruer ns ii nau como. i uc imm u ,.:,,, ,r.ni, nn,i hl, irtr. ,ni :.,, received their rations without the square during , Ana ' ? of 'm, nf hrl sin.e treacherous, and the evil minded, may attempt to purnacc a mercenary support, tvhilo crowds im pelled by curiosity, may throng to gazo idly on tho i. r . r. .. i.i. . i-. i , - i i man ui inu iiuiii tux. ;iah uu, auk, in s.on was again formed, for iho return inarch, in . . -. . .ltract!on The militia had 1 , :.,. ' ,i u.. uf, . . ,.i . Locofocolsm through Vermont for ono year muic. The Commiltco of nominations reported tho fol lowing list, which was adopted. J'or Governor, HON. JOHN MATTOCKS. For Lieut. Governor. HORACE jEATON. For Treasurer, JO II ; sivvuliic;. Sure we feel that tho Whigs will heartily respond to these nominations, and with such a ticket tho cause of 'correct principles,' and tho honor of Vcr mont at stake who fears the issue 1 The following gentlemen wero appointed dele gates to the National Convention to asscmblo at Baltimore in 1811. Hon. HAHI1Y II It AD LEY, Delegate. Hon. ENOS D. WOODHKIDGE, Subbtitute. lion. CHARLES PAINE, Delegate. Hon. CARLOS COOLIDGE. Substitute. MILITARY CELE11RATION. We understand that owing to a disappointment, not anticipated by the committee, in not being favor ed with tho attendance nf tho Clarendon Guards, Piltsferd Rifle and the Forestdalo Volunteers, there will be no military celebration at Wallingford on tho Fourth. DISTRICT CONVENTION OF THE FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Tho U'higs of the First Congressional District, comprising tlio Counties of Windham, llenningtnn mid llulland, aro nutilicd that a convention win ue liolden at tho Court House in Manchester on Wed nesday the 19th day of July next, for the purpose of nominating a (Jandidalo to represent the uistru t m Concrcss. and of apnointine a Delegate and Substi tute to tho National Whig Convention at Ualtimoro, in May IB 11. D. W. C. CLARKE, ) S. F. THOMPSON, District Com. A. P. LYMAN, ) Rutland, Juno 28, 1813. RUTLAND COUNTY L1UERTY CONVE N TION. Tho Liberty Party for tho County of Rutland will hold their county Convention at Rutland on the Bill of July next, at 11 o'clock a, in., for the purpose of nominating candidato lor the fecnato. Alvan Stewart, Esq., of Utica, N. Y., will dcliv er an address on the subject of political action. Jt every town in the Uounty be represented. J. W. HALE, for Co. Com. Ilrandon, Juno 28, 1813. 35 conipicuous wero thote of the Ladies' Fair, the Marlboro' Hotel.Howland's Druo- ,.i . . . ' . . ? - u.ue swre, wnicn was ornamented wnn ... ,m;i w ,, niitc.f. -i-hn bend of "trgreens as well as nags. A nrins ,,, nrnpPM;n ' nrriv nt the common about 5 o'- 3theL"Cr0rMii 15 S,iC a'C i Uloc c, when the escort was formed in line on Col ii tne comer of Harv-nrd Place A snlen-l , r , v y lonnaao now, extenumg irom me mucum n iur n rnlfn nml ti full Irnntli fifTiiri ' a as uoylston street At the State House, as soon as tho invited guests had all arrived from Hunker Hill, a second procession was formed under the direction of Mr. G. W. Gordon, chief marshall, of the subscribers and guests invited to the dinner. Under escort of tho City Greys, Captain Thompson, the proces sion moved "to Faneuil Hall, whore it arrived about C o'clock. kmuiean ensign, and also a full length figure t.cran bam. Adams. From the Consulate I Franco and Spain in Joy's building, were dis- t- iuc uag oi their respecttro nations. A- ' -: sireeL Irom Iho nlfu-rs of Ihn TimM .'trier, and frcm the Democratic Reading iintiof Hags and pennants waved inajcsti- the breezo. I-'rnm ihn TnnM nlTii-H iv e banner bear;nt Ihu inen'nrion. Thi ft dedicate to those who died that wo might pesple" Tho front of tho Reading Hat alio splendidly decorated with flairs Mmcrs nnd in the middle vas hung a small irg of Jchn Tyler. leip was a fma display of flags in Siato street i ,iercnnnis now. l-aneuil nnd Quincy I were nlso handsomely decorated with fn. at. 1 parti-eolortd flags. Prom nil the stores fMiiu tv" of aouth .larkct ttrett, were American I-1 ttrcrt a mo: name has a charm more potent than nil tho gild ed honors, with which Monarchs and Presidents may rcwad iher flatterers. Henry Clay I On what far distant, Mountain in what deep forest in what boundless prairie of ouj broad land, is that name unknown and urjrionorcd? .Henry Clay I 1 What stain of reproach what suspi cion of falsehood whnt taint of treachery ad heres to that glorious name I Opposing parties may for a lime retard his upward progrces, but where is tho opponent who dare assail his honor? While magnamity, and courage, and truth, ore ad mired among men whilo falsehood, and selfish ness, and treachery are disniiwl the name of I len- ry Clay will be honored thrnught the world. Well ARRIVAL OF THE COLUMBIA. rQURTEES DAYS LATER FROM ENGLAND. Pnonnnss or Repeal--Tkoots rovniso ixto tryed people will be Ireland Agitation in Scotland- i Thosteamshin Columbia. Cant Miller, which ' left Livirpool en the 4th of Juno, arrived at Boston - wr h n,e lubsrnbors being appointed by the Hon ' I'lUnril ii. innrnlnn nl 7 st'iOlV-L- Willi foUrtCPn I V T Prnliln f,.l,rt f.ir lIlQ dlttfict of IlulNnH i ensigns and pennanu, which 'days later intelligence from England and the Con-' commisiioners to receive, examine and adjust all st beautiful nppt-arance. From ' tiocnL I rlaima and demands of all person against iho c. THERMOMETRICAL 011SERVAT1UNS. Prepared Weekly. SoVloekA. M. "12 M. 7 P. M. June 14 CO 77 r7 15 M CI 07 10 61 S3 50 17 60 60 51 18 47 70' 72 10 60 73 72 20 50 78 77 21 03 62 63 22 03 Bl 83 23 01 84 07 21 61 83 73 23 03 74 72 20 62 77 73 BRIGHTON MARKET Monday, June 19. At market 410 UeefCatlle, 15 Cows and Calves, innv lii! niT.inl in '-hiile his lime" for ihn dav i nt 1 000 Sheeo.nnr) 375 Swino. hand when iho rnllvin? etv of on iniurtd end be-! Prices. llc-f Cattle The price obtaini-d lait . . . . . . I i. ...... .n, .,n,j First ouahly 6,25 Third quality 4 00 03 oi me msrKtt, across tne city wnari. i..i.j .v....t . . . . it,. r. , , i . , i iiiijiw niu ua, ai uic urrpiiu iuuim.ui. - oww a ,ine ol beaut.lui lugs, ami through-1 dosive auetion of the Hntish Ministry andthc tate of i.ir -i. Ilrvnv C, t. - week were not atutalncd I Hartford CouranU ' Second quality, 4 50 a 1 75. ' ' la ? I 60. Cows and Calre From tlfl to f27. Shefp,- From PI 60 in 2 60. Swine. Lots 10 pfddl at 4 c for nowr, and 5 c for barrow. At retail 5 to 0 1-2. Wool. W have no material change to notice in the prirm of Ibis article rlnro our list. Jeremiah Hailell. late of Clarendon in said district deceased. rrnreenlfd Intolvent, and all claims and dfinmm exnmiiCTi in ornei BIAItltlED In Caatlttnn, on tht Md int., by iter. Jjneph Ijct to ,Mm l.veliiie .Mcriili, toili hoe Icnsih of Commercial strert, from . I3fitish ppi,. The Kf , couunue, ... , C i , t 1 " K'Kanuc siriues, me wnoiecuun- ihereln; and nil montha from tho urn oay oi June s , Mr r nd irchcs.floah-d rrailv and nrouJ Iv in : - rr.. ... -r : . .,i t. t , . ,', i ..,,. Steele, Mr. i 'rrnthe Uritih.Cnnilateto the opposrte O'Connell. after vistinf Cork and various parls of wo do therefore hereby pire rmiire that e will at- j ,'n j"ufa,d,0n ihe 10th JnU by Rr. Mr PeM, ie Mfret, vai hung a line of flags, in the j irclanJ. has returned to Dublin During hi so- tend to the buir,M of our ai I appointrnrnt n the $r j w Gricgi, of IJo.ton, ilait.to Mi. P. Dike wU-h wai a miniature of a ship , wurn i,hc nroxince hundreds of thousaiKls of bit dwellmj hmi.e of aaid def Ut'rndou, f , founfr ' K uitri un itictcneu a iarre iihm . ... .. k,. i..t, i, nn uiiJi(iiioiT(iii5rreniii "i.u , ' rt" .... ,.w mi, in rvinni 1 1 1 1 1 . i crmuu ai mi i.. ... i . w , . . . . . . . i , , : ; .'" -.1.1-1". ,... f,o, , o,,t. next. Horn one o eioc unm mih r. in. LIBS ,r5c.llU..y-.. D. .,nU j... set until his rtiurn. ( Diiuu S. Ewikg, Wm. Pottcii, Com'r. He addressed them, cn every oicrmon, in the Clarendon, June 25, 1SI3. 50:28 inftaminatory strain, condemnatory oi ino jirnun 'cabin i Kit) inscrib"! on it, ana a lo ryodtd from the centre. tms boure of Messrs. Sireter and H..jrer Krett, were beautifully deco- two yearn from dale with intcre.il, lo Jesso Trvon, and by hirri assigned to the orator, and to arcure tho pa)nicnl nf said note, tho said Pcnolopo, Polly and henms Trynn mortragod to the oratur all their tltln and interest in and tn iho estate of real, personal ami mixed, whereof their father, Jesja Tryon, died seized, which had pasied into the possession of tho administrators ot nalil estate. And mat ttie said Dennis Trynn, beinr; indebted to tho oralnr in the sum of 8200,00 by nolo daied filh July 1811, paya ble in ono year from dale, with interest, in order to becure Ihe payment of said nolo, mortgaged to lliri orator all his light and inlcieit of every nam' and nature, in and to the samo estate. That tho said Dennis Trynn and Pi-nelnpe Tryon, being indebted In ono Sylvanus 1). Lathe, in the sum of $101,01, money alledgcd to hac been icceivcd of him.morw (japed to the said Lalho, on the 8th April, 1841, alt their right and title in and to the same estate. Thai iho said Jeso Tryon died seized of a certain tract nf land with tho appurtonanccn, situate in the town of Wells in said county, dcicnboJ a follows, lo wit : hounded by a line beginning at a stake and stones Handing in tho east lino of tlio highway lending froifl Pawlct to Wcll, four chains and 72 links from the south line of said town of WolU, thence running castwnrdly, parallel with aaid Wells lino, 33 chains? in the east line of the Cobb lot, lo a stake and stones', llienco northwardly lo tho north-east corner of tho' Cnbblot, theneq wcstwardly tu thn norlh.west cor ner of the Cobb lot, thence southwardly, on ihn cant line of i-aid highway, to l tie place of beginning; of which Unci one Jemima Tryon, tlio uidow of tlio deceased has been endowed, and tn the reversion thereof the said Dennis, Polly and Penelope wero entitled to ono kovcnlh put. That the said Jessa Tryon deceased died possessed of certain dues from .lesso Trynn; jun. ami tli.it administration of the es tate of the said JcsscTrynn was granted unto JnsiaW Toby, Jr, and Epliraun Kinilli nf Jkaid Pael, and that said adininikliatorH rendured judgment against the said Jcaso Trynn, jr. nnd rauned execution to bo levied upon cortnin I mds of the aaid Jesse junior in i'.iwlet aforesaid, whereby the tnid administrator became seized of said finds in trust fur the heirs of tho said Jesse Tiyon deceased, of which landv tho said Dennis, Polly, and Penelope b:camo entitled to one seventh pirt cacti. Tint a committed wa appointed by Iho prubalo court on iho 20th Sept. 1811 who appraised all tho real estate of the aaid Jesse Tryon decoased, and set off lo tho hciu thereof ono seventh part each. That on iho 4lh July, 1812 the said Jusse Ihe ynunger roleated and quit-claimed all his right nnd lltle lo that part of kaid ehtalc so set off to him by said committee to' Iho said Dennis, Polly and Penelope in coriider lion nf $000,00. That tlio said Penclopu and Polly nn tho 5th of August 1812, for thn consideration of SlOO.Odallcdgitd lo havo been toreived by ihem of Eliza Tryon of Marion, in the Territory of Iowa mortgaged the two tracts of land set off to litem by (lie said rotnmilten to the said Eliza Tryon. That the said Polly and Penelope nn the 5th August 1819 for the consideration of $JOO,00 alledgcd to havo been received of Ssucrates II. Tryon of Marion nf oresaid, mortgaged to tho itaid Socrato iho two parcels of land eel off to the in by the committer af oresaid. That said turns of inone so due to the orator has never been paid. Praying that this court would decree that if thn aid defoniljul fail to pay the said sums of money o duo to the orator, they be forever foreclosed from alt right to redeem said mortgaged premincs and that tho orator may havo hit coat. The usual proccis1 6f iubpfcena t'Ciriff grant ed, nnd it appealing thai Lliia Trjinn and Socra-' lex Tryon reside nut of this state, so that a subpoena cannot unserved upon thcrrt, and that they have not been notified if the commencement of said bill, it It ordered by the court that an order, Mating the tub stance of naid bill, be published In the Rutland Herald, printed it Itutland, three weeks aucretslvf ly, the last of which shall bo at least twenty days' previous In tho next lermof this court, and that said defendants bo lequiied to appear at a lerm nf this conrt to be held al HutUiid in and for lb, county of Ituiland,on the second Tuesday of Kepfefi.'btr, 18 13", and day thereof was given. Ac. . F. W. HOJ'KES'S, Clerk. Geo. W. Ilarman. Sohriior 20:23 Slate of Vermont, ) HE it renifmbcred District ofFairhaven, it. ) that at a probata court ludden at Casllrtun.witliin and for f aid district, on the 27th day of May A. D. 1813 Pi6ent, A. Wafncr, Judge. O II. Ilaseom and 8. il. ILacoin, administrators of the csuio o Doras If irom, Lie of Pawld, Ui slid district deceased, having pelitiored raid court; in writing, fur (iceiUQ lo m! all tho real tslalo of said deceased, wuh the reverlion of tho wfd ow'i dower, for the payment of the debts of aaid estate and charjes of administration aeulnz forth the debts against aiid estate and cbargta of admin istration (o bo about $300(',00 and not sufficient rrnal pror-crtyto pay tho sarn. j It U ordered that the hearln-f arid deriding aaid Million bo at a tftUn r( asid court to bo liolden ai tui and strcauiert. The aid ban- j eonnfction, while he pou'od out the most unme-a-1 playd across the tirtrt at that point in tim1 y;tup,ratio3 end ridicule aoinrt Sir Robert where tho old Gre-rn Dregm ; pMj ,heDukeof We!lm-tajwd Lord Broo--ba-a -3 'ti. Hancock wrhoei houw was a The grest bslk oflhe Cathc!: flcryy hire thrown "RL'RT & MASON will ronirael for the dJjey of any description of fcewt. 1 tmtr, noti'e Rj';r-. J.r.a 3, 1543. DIED. i In this ttUgt, SOtli Inst., William Rush, only i the probate office in .aid Castlelon, on Iho 12th day ichiW of Dr. OTru'a acd Jane C. Porter, aged 8 of July, 1813, and that nm!- of ld pttitlon bo monthi . In this rillsce, on tho lOUi mat i.o ,. . m ..I i.. ...ui..iL. ,ir,i I iicii u , riBuii imrrnog,vj "-. .,-, ut ,,, at uie reaipenco i orfler Uiree wttks i.ucf allv previotil lo asia mlrt0flr ton Alsrrson Der. Mr. Watey wife of Geo. Jlioarin'f, In the Rutland Herald, a oewapaporjirinttd , on rrs4 f M plMttt ftoa-Jj sn2 vrfS. ro if m RatUad. A tru copy rl record S3 o5 q jetted? &c 35-27 A.U-a', D. i LANG DON P.egtt'tr.