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HJiiRALD. VOLUME 56. THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1, 18o0. NUMBER 29 THE RUTLAND HERALD. return D mr Twiirtttun) at mnn.ArD vt. a. n bkaman, Editor puiiuw OK). A. TCTTI.K. Printer. tkjims ricn VKalt. TtVUIe.it ttWriWrt T OSJ.I ee4 Mail Utril.tr, " aU fii taenlf, Report of the Committee on Resolution. Your Attuulltr, to whom tin len assigned the duty of rejiorting resolu tion for the adoption of the Conven lion, in lb iuibiu of the Wing patty of Vermont, deem the, time fitting one to Inquire, whether the extraordinary dangrr to which thu prosperity-, the peace, and even the pcrtuity of our country arc, now imminently extsoscd, i. .w : ..... .L.n. . SIMM - W iti'tr ! enwiit " - " Al'VKKf IMuliUtTti. 4 ri. I ami whether, for the patriotic purpose iW,,'7i..,',a;,,,''7M '" M '"i of averting this danger, any sacrifice atittTtere A J tt lUttatmi nnrm-'") lat f.r 1 1 r kmi (K lit) l"- Vj 24 irnli fir hwi will U rtarteJ (r ik mWt'jtin.. ward. V. a. riLMKft, Ike AeattitM "wn.arr aieai. it srti iff inn iii it eurftiii I pave Congress the jioner to prohibit t from the District nf Columbia; for the 'the migration or imiMirlation' of flat e entire upprc.ion of the slave trade on into new territories or Stale.: r will .the liigh sens, and whtrcver clf con-1 use that towrr. grcs I K3mr, WLt' aUlltW KKH VOW.. IVUmm eMMiM. ftiu.aUKr.ritM, w. w. Jrn.u j (rkNSaal taraett. ftAl.TIMOKIv,. W rvt NtlJi anil r'at.u ttrieO;. IMPOIITJs.iT TO tUSIftKSH HKN AND AOVKRTJSEHS Tit KutUiid HrraM Vfi i t Slr ii .r'Viitkt4 ta carllo, kitk cmMr.'l U Ifct ttrgiil tirculaliim i f ai. I et In iWit-nrtloti ef ft. !tet,enil l1.JirtiierarMi ltttt far tltker nil! l Inwr.tii lu Wli, itaief.r.llB' t adrerlltert a Utttrr medium Hit eta ltctnr It foti J. forth Herald. WOMAN'S HIQI1T8, Womin'i hrA upon woman'e tliouldi'ti, tt ansl pi(M, aad Wkm; front nd tack. Ittfim (Sutton in alt fond beholder, A4 cctort back (Rirctioti Utal ne moulder. Wofrtin' hrtrt williin a womtii' bnaom, Ho pnrrli lorlnj, nd to fwrwlly mild i HivaUtr fkicnnt chirm a brralim lh o- lnin bloMoin, Adtwift mraklnd with portu undrfi'eJ. Tkr milt of Vrnu lu a aorld likr own, Mill tnoTO mankind more tliui klinerrt'i Ukick tnid (flVcliont, M IhundtlbolU the towrri ' While umlef rrfmh Uiem like iftnlle ihowert. TW U(l of Homer were f miftity kind, t'ooibininx IrtiU of fndt, and ruling mrn , Rut then tflection uriyed the ruling mind, AidthiMM m, tml taaa hat erer bean. TiWvt and feniua are t'nc rifhu of til, Ani autd eauiaaaaion akould All ererr brraal Aad aaktfulayuipaUi; alUnd lh (ainleat call, r maraud of time woman may waive the itit, BETA H. KAI'PA. RalUnd, Vt. r'fom the Cterman of Chamlo TDK LADY OPCABTt.E WIN DECK ar william ci'LLta aataar. Rein in Uiy moitinf elurjef ! Tbat at( bat eheaU thy aigbt Up it luring llirr on to V imlttk, WHh liia aeeming fear and flight. No,whrrc the mouldering tuneta Of the outer gale arae, The kmatit rated are r Die rum Wbcre lle tUg waa I oat tu hia eyea. Tht aun atone hot above him ; TV caalle waa alill aa fleatli ; He wined the awral from hta forehead, With a deep and weary btralb. " Who now will Uinjf me a beaker, Ol tit. I tell old wine that heir, In the choked up vault! of Wiudrck, Ha lain for many a year '" The c relcti wnrdibad Karcely Tune fioiu liia lip to full, Wbeti tbetadf of.Catl Windrck, Can round thciry-wall. lie aaw Ike ghniou maiden In tier tnow-white dujer Und, The bunch of keya at her jfirdle, The beaker high in hei hand. He quaffed that rieh old vintage ; With aa eager lip he quaffed ; But ha look into bia boaom, A fire with the grateful draught. rtrrrjet unfatlioined l.riglilneat ' The flowing gold of her hair ' lie folded hia benda in homage. And murmured a lover'a prayer. She gave him a look of pity, A gentle look of pam ; Andijaiekly aa he hadaeen Iter fckw paaaed from hi aighl apm. And ever from that me-meal. He haunted the luine there, A aleeplraa, reatleta wanderer, A walchei withdetpair. Ghoal.like and pale be wandered, With a dreamy haggard eye ; He aMined not ua ol the lirinfii And yet he could not die . ' Tie aud Uiat the lady met him, When many year had patt, And kiaaing bra lipe.releated him I'rora the burden ot bfe at Ut. Graham 5lagaiiue. siiirtl iiistnncu of this At this moment tin? or imxlifjcalioa of clicruhed Wing prin dpl: Imi bcrome their duly. Wj Bnu the country conrnlsnl with thu qiKlioti of Sf.AVKnr imrticulnrly r inolcil ju the claim of Tuxa to a part of New Mexico, and in lh cstab. iihnient of fonni of pnvfrtimcnt in thu territory .wjuirtcl by the late Jleixicmi AVnr. We find a war threatened with Spniii, nt n cotrijuence of the Into in vasion of Cuba a war in which the subjujfiuion of tin Sjianitti WuAt In- lln nojueiuion, and coiivcqucnt minox- ation of more aUiv terrilory to the Un ion, would be the fruit ot victory to our arm. Y c nnd Lalilorni.i knock- ine in vain at the doom of C'oii"r!s for admiaaion us ono of the free Slate ot tiM) Lnioti. tVelinu .New .MeXR-o on the eve of claiming mlmif.iioii n.s nnotlier free State Texas threatening to reaitt by force Congrt' still dubnt- i mi: and a spirit of ili.scontciit dully growing stronger and stronger through the lnnd, Hint nothing U done to r-ctllc Uioe dittniciing questions notliin done to rescue both Government and l'eoplu from tho emiiarrassmcnU like lo llow from the almost total neglect of the ordinary husinens of le"ilatinn. Thus it is that the elements of discord and disunion arc violently at work, and the hearts of bold anil practised states men, who have stood fearless and tin moved in the fierce lempcsli of other days, sink within them at the sight. An tktie the fruiti of Whig princi ple! 1 That it the point. Ihc ques tion ot M-AVeut u tlie root ot ail our present woe: and of Slavery tchtr? Not in the States of the Union ; there, it 1 undisturbed. Not in thu District , of Columbia : there, it m a question too I the Government itself not unfreiptently eiuy of solution, either by the cxclu-1 embarrassed, by the operation of the lion of slavery or a removal of the i Sub-Treasury System ; Hlintioti8 an: seat of Government, ever lo disturb j dnily committed! on the public domain ; teriouslv the iaee ot me i mon. .oi in the old territorim ; for there, every rood is free by the Ordinance of 1 7H7. The root of evil, then, is the utiestinn of Shivery simply nnd solely within Tiir. nkw TK.itiitTOtiY, iicquired, first, by the Anskxation or Tkxa. and lal, by thu Waii with Mr.xico. These i nnd practicable measures of Hefon are not the fruits of the good Whig ' 'eongress,with nn opposition majority trie mot assuredly not. ivoiii were the nets ol the naiiy to which the Ara we told ttill that the Uaimt in dan-erf I hull it is in danger cuc others will iIiolu it, not ve; becau'e otliffs will depart fnm the principles of their father, and ours; berauac others will insist upon Ni:w cokimtioks or Uniom upon i-ondi-lions which are not in thu Constitution, and which it is our right, und our in dispensable duty also, lirntly to refuse. Shall we cott;ptvmtc) now our prlnci pics, and tho principles of our l:ilher? then nnoihcr si rule from the path of honor, of safety, nnd of liberty itelf, mny demand another compromise ; an other day shall ihinand still another new condition of Union until nt last the whole fabric of free American Gov ernment shall be changed, nnd of the fair and comely original, there shall not bu left one Mono iiK)n another. The i ViMSTiTfTto.x as it is tiik U.MdN, governed upon (Voiistilutionul principlvs : we have uhided by these, wo will abide by them still. This i.s the compromise, the only compromise, to which we feel it our duty or our right to submit. What is true of the present sad con dition of thu country, becaue of the violation of the principles of the Whigt of Vermont on tho subject of Slavery, i is equnuy iruu oi oiuer nnpnriaiu mm- i trr. Our calamities may still further be traced In an abandonment of thoc ancient hind-marks which the Republi can fathers fixed, and by which the. Whig party ha ever been nnd Mill i ruled. We will ndvert to a single yet truth. business of the country is seriously depressed its eom meree is languishing, nnd its debt to foreign countries alarmingly augment ing daily, by vastly increased imorta tious of foreign manufactures, and a vitst decrease In the exportation of A inericun products, legitimate nnd pal pable conssrquericcs of abandoning the goad old fashioned Whig doctrine of Protection, and substituting tho princi ples of liritth Free Trade. There are errors of omission nlso, for which we are in no way responsible. The currency is uselessly di'tiuhed, nnd Kmm the N V Tnbutie t.KX. ZACHAUY TAYI.OIl. 'Am iiauv Tatloii. the yon of t le that tin', public and priiato ittics uf the tnan whom nil mouiti inav .still hiitl thftit iiil!tiriiro in iiiiriiulwm . t .a. .. I.I..I.! ai council aim cii.iracicr, nun uibi ui it t itiriiulirtiiiri ; . tinil . fTrinrrttlv. f .i . i i .i " j ji iitriirtp hiihAm hi tf .1 it! if iii miiiif i iii iii.i .. . .. . ... a ... vi u.l nl iivii i am.i.1. i . is to relievo the reilemi (lovrrnnient i .. i it i i i ., ..... . . . uevo Uliunarv War, was Itnrn in i:ooie .inn uinuiy iwimi'j may neirr Ik:-' f omnllicsponsibility for Ihoexi'lenw, 1 ., ., ' . , ,. , 1 !., . :.. u . ..t if. i ir I U-ing deposited upon it j ye.f, in a sUotl nay ' time, plnni vegetated from I.. i"li ' tifh lairr. mainicnane..-. or tolerance of SlafcrV! I IC i'?.un1,-r' X"n? Nl" or the traffic in slaves. 1 ' J ' M'e aj;e of 21 hr w .Vsoir.f, That in the strong and ex- inrm wtui ins intner, nut eai- plicit language of Daniel Welnter, our ly dcvclopctl a taste for millitary life. ( opposition "to the increase of Slavery ! lu was appointed. 1st I.icittcnant in tpposition in this country, or the increase of Slave Itepresentation in Congn1. i Keneml ami itniversal. It has no rcTrrenrn to tin. lines of latitude or points of the eompas." We sh.lll " oppo.c all such extension and all such inrrrn-e, in nil places, at nil times, under all circum stance, uvon nguinstall indiieMments, agniiut nil combination, against all com-promi-e," Hetotced, That in reeognixing the obligations Imposed by the constitution in inference In fugitive sl.iTe. wo uMin a slrirtobservaticiiof till the prin ciples of that intrupient applicable to the subject--and e-peciully of the right to the writ of hubeat eorput and trial by jury, whenever nnd wherever thu liberty of a tingle human being is call ed in question. J!eoli'ed, 'Hint we still mlherc to the ancient v!ii"docrinc of the sovunrtiix tv ot-" Tin: rKoi'i.p., and deuce both of foreign dominion executive dictation, and do accordingly approve the senliments of our late honored chief magistrate in regard to the Veto power. Jtmolvtd. That among the mcnsurei demanding the immediate action of con gress wc recognize 1st. A repeal of the Tariff of 1RI0, a unjust nnd opprensivo to our own country, and beneficial only to the eap ilal. conitrcrce mid Manufactures of foreign lands. lid. A f-ybtcm of tpfcijic dutitt. so (li-criiuinaiiiig as to raise the revenue ; i cqui-Mle for the Cioveriimenl and uflurd I iidequatu I'rotrrlitm to American pro I ducts n-piifi'-t foreign competition. id. Provision for a safe nnd conven T'RKSIDKNT l-IM.MORK A hiogrnphical ketch of Mr. lrill- iiiii-. .in Id .In..! in ttin V iimi ii-tn 1!. the seventh Infantry of May , ,-rrir or to inee, nv that he 1S0.S. In 1810 he maimed MtM miv-. iis mi nppientice in n iloilii-t' Mnigarct Smith, of Maryland. In mid wool-carding estahliahmenl In Ca 1 SI 2 he served us Capt, under Gen. u.i rounty, from thu ngcnf i' to 1'.' Ilnrr'uou in the Indian war of the It a Hi this laM date that he happen Nortwcit, where, in September, he ed to attract the n-ticc of Judge Woo l ,.n......l ....... .1: r.. i..1 a u rnllliv iiinl ilittniL'ui)iid Imumt in (.Ulllll IVIU Llfllll III! 1t.llUli .11111 . " '"J "-r . ' i, II . , . , . 1 1 , coalnesi in defendiiui Kolt ll,irrioii '" c mity, tirtt III roli.-c.piriiec or Ins ' i an exceuem leorner, twrmuininp; mm iMM h I '" 'K''"r5 "ted to rending I M.-l correct taste in Ms playing, ami en- X f .1 M' " ' nmuseinent. .lu.lge W.aal I d. avoring by ,itiont leaching nnd ex- rank ofl.i evct Major lit coitttcntie ice. ,)iUikl.(, ,, ,() ,,, ,, ,H , ,,,,,. lo llmKU hi.rcholar. tasteful ami It. the- course of the war he further ,; ...i,,,.,,,;,',,,. Young lMllnmic emrwi peiformors mi the Organ, l'i ilistinguuhca himself. W hen it cnd-t rt.,M,.,i .i,.,, i. 1...1 iti.,.r menni m- ami. Harp, and Guitar; and if thijy d: ed, being reduced U the r.itik ol r,i1.,i.u in unnlili. lum in mnli.li not become such, it is to bu attributed Captain ott account ot thu ucneral . itii. Tim Jmimi Limllv iAn .1 m r-ixn . u their wunl of ability or anl Elmwood laatttkUe.' Ki.vvvmit'. Junt! tO, 1H50. Mr. 11, Allow me w a reader of jmir paper, to srtid a short coreramiica. lion for it. relative to thu " Wwwooil InMiliitr." a cliivil fur the instruction I ot uung ladies lu Music, anJ the Flench lungtiage, the advantages for both btiiij; good. Mr. I'r.tar, the Principal of the In Milnle, in no Knxlishman by birth, wh received hl education In London. Since he enme to thi country, ho lias fnttsrht in Ni.'. York, llo'ion and Albany, lie of reduction oi tho army, he returned 1 him n hIhii In hi, oiriee. tiuuU-nnee 1110. pero'venn'ce. and cut hack to his farm. I lo wm , ney to defray hia expellees, nnd wail! The Kiemh is taught by Mr. Tttc re-inatatcd as Major in 18lti, nnd until success in hiisincss should fund-h a well educated gentleman from cuminandvd for two venm at Green '""" r repayment. The ollVr W.i;hee, and .11 excellent instructor, ti.... :.. m:-i.: ' .u, 1... was accented. The aimreniiee bov I hlmwoml is pleasantly ntgalcil half applied himself clo-ely to Im-i- hieuimn lining ndrontngr-nus as regards 1 law nnd gen- j quiet, itcaiiuy, aim ensy 01 nerou inini nod iiiai-iiscd 1 all pint, of tho country. Mr. l'cato ... 1. -- 1 , . , - .. ..... . 1 r .1 . ...,n ...1.1 I, ..r r-...ll..l..n.lll . . n. II... :.. .t... b 1. 1. ..:.. 1 notiEiii uis lime, iimi tor more loan uvo " v i.r.n n.n ,niH., .1. rvi 11:11 invawi 111 .iiu i.-iiiiiii. iii:iini " .... IU ?ilf 1.1.1 ... IJ...I I. it. ....11 t.. l.n.i. their indepen- rcarccly ever absent from active duty. nal,jv Ul. f(..ll , nninionnnd of On April ID , 18, he received the 1 Muui,.(j , . I.I I 41. i-omrniHion 01 wcui. loionci. Alter -, ..,,,1 1 1,1 ...i,u,i 1821! he waa again sent to the North-1 mmiihs in'the year. To as not in ....... ...I.. 1 " I ! 1 . - .. west, wucrc lie rciu.'iincu live years. In 1832 ho was made Colonel, and served in tho Mack Hawk War. Afterward lie was stationed at (Mi-tnined himself by teaching school, Pra'trio du Cliicn till 1(":57, when lie mid continued hia legal stu-lie- until was ordered t;. Ii'lnii.ln. where nn when he was ii.llllitlid lo the December L'.", 3 8.17, he fought at line incur too large 11 debt to his benefactor. In I 1 he removed to HuHalo, ami entered n law nlfieu there. Here he the huttlo of Okcchohec, one td' tlie til si ramn here to reside as .1 private in structor, but concluding toopen a school hy milking mhliiimi to hi residence) (which is a Gothic cotlnge at present) he now only.nccoinmodnles 'J 111 scholars, but intend- iooii to hnvn ndditinrmi nc c(itmii"il;linii for a hulidicd, as a buil ding ' alrcnily 1 elng ninriructed, con sitting of a chapel bJnw and rooms a Ih e. The ullage of Cnsilelnu is pleasant ami mlniiialil) ndnpltil tor shcools. Then i 11 Si.inuiaiy for both sexes lieie, ninl alo a mcdic.il college. Yes leiilay 1111 eummencetncnt nt the col und the interests of commerce in tin lakes, rivers and Imrlvors of the country, are almost entirely neglected. Nor i this neglect chargeable to the late Exe cutive and his cabinet. Most faithfully have their duties been performed in the recommendation of moderate, discreet orm : in both branches, and committees carefully onranifitd with majorities opposed to Willi? nf Vermont were s trenuou-ly tin Administration, has mo.t iiidutri- nnd constantly opmised ; it is worthy ou-ilv and successfully tienltrted the re- ! of remark, too, that both were brought commendation of the Executive, nnd I about in violation ol a cardinal princi- tl. j.rCal interests ot the country. 1 plu of the Whig creed both brought! Jn nurh a review of the state of pub about by Kxf.CUTtyx UbURI-ation. lie affairs wc see no ground to ditru-t The Whigs of Vet mom oposed lioth the principles or policy of the Whigs AmioMilinn nnd th AVar: thev IC- ' nf Vi.rniout no croillld to sacrifice or nioiutratcd against the extension of ' essentially modify a single article in the j territory at all, and especially of slave old, the chrrirhed, the ever gloriou-dy , li.rritrlrv ; nnd thev fairlv and repeat. co.taincd VkkMO.NT W ItlO (. l!i:i:r . 1 .1 .1.... .1.... call" warnco inc couniry nmv mcj Commun 1'Ira-; and In-i iiir ton dilii-' dent to eiiler into cmupc litioii w ith the 11 1 r .1... 1. ! . 1 . 1 1 .1 , inner inciuiM.-i 1 ui inc uai un-ii.iii; t c- i m.wt tnemorahlc it. the nnmils of our in()V(,(, ,() vi ()f A(ir India., hort.l.ties, which virtually I'11, where he opened a law olH.e. His le-, an end to the war ; for this ho tocctv n nt.qirpim-n' uml -kill, howevir, , cd the brevet rank of ihiiiadier Gen- mih-u i. ,1 mte.iii.m m ltnil-ilu. nnd he oral, lie remained in Honda till' accented an invitation to return and ! h'e, and Mr. I eae receiving an invi 1840, when iie took command of the become the partner of a di-tinj-uMicd tton for himself nnd seholaiv, we all 4,r ilenorfniofir nf lliri nrimi In ill.. mihI imnntnr Inuv.r in lll:lt i-il V. Ill altclldld till eXCrrUcS ailll lisleill'dlO lent medium of depo-.t and exchange, j;01lt,ncat hcadtiuartciH bcii.U at -"J. as elecl. d a ii.c.iil.er of lh- I " fim-ud. n by Dr. Northrop of Dc by suitable modilicalions of the present vort fiibaon in Arkansas In lS li A-.eii.blv from F.ric i-mnlv, and wa uiteur, N, A . Some, forty students re financial syMem of the Government. vsiuson in Athtinsas. in ' -n miee re'cle. ed. lie wa-'.lec. d m 1 '"ii ed their diplomas on the occasion. III.. Appropriations for internal and , 'I """"" Con-n ss in the fall of I SI, and af.er t,riu,r iffinrni-iimenta of a national anticipation ot tho Mexican war, 1, . ' ' , . ' . . harbor improvements 01 a iiauonai , , , j , the expiration of his ti nn resumed the character, requite for facilitnting und , and at the beginning of Angus had ; c(J. of iU lf,.,,j,jni , , protecting internal, coastwise and ocean . taken up Ins position at torpus Child (. wns .j,, (.Mt , (;., . Wns ic twommerce. 11. nili-cqiiciitly reelected lor .r)th. A Reform in the Public Land j On March 8, lS-Hi. in compliance tl.m. Dining this session, In ."jy-tem, wiucn sm.11 secure 1110 jo--1 witn the orders Ot l'restilctlt t'olK, IIO i e. at 1 he. head of the committee on began to inarch on the Rio G ramie. i ays und means. In leUI, he wanoin- Ihc events which folloiied this sten mated by the H hi" naitv ol w another 1VII- pll.- . .... 1 . I right ot the uovernmem ami me se eral States, and afford a Ilomesteud at a price within the reach of every honest and industrious man. Rcf-olved, That now, as heretofore, the country in our judgment demands a thorough reform of ull iiluisen in Fed eral patronage a watchful jealousy and salutary restrictions of Executive. I'ower a retrenchment of all unneces-.-ary expenditures in every department of the irovernnicnt and a still cheaper llni I'm nil v cniiMih riur it one of I lie he-t clashes that has ever gradua ted. Tin-re was a baud nf music con nected with the exercises, which thu slndi'iiti accompniiied to Khnwood fur the pui-pine of giving n serenade. It wus a hue iiioniili: lit night they dr illed about nine o'clock in the evening. when the ladies standing .11 the Inwn are too well known to require recapi tulation here. The battle of Palo Alta was fought May 8th, 184ii, that of ltcsacu dc la Pal. 11a the next day. Matarnorog was taken May 18 ; on the 550th he was made Major General by brevet, and on June 20th was promoted to full rank. 'Jin? attack on Monterey hesan Petit. 21, and York as tho candidate for Governor. 1 1 with their preciitrc.s. Miss Dake, ac- J11 1818. he wa, elected Vice President Unnw leilged the compliment by tnrow of the United Stales, and oil the 1th of i"? 'quel-. tied with nblKilis. .March, 1819. hi! entered upon the du- ' M'- Peaso invited them in to supper, tics of his office. j ,a,m' W J!' M'":1l(,i ""d tastefully ar- raugi.il '.villi llv. ers and eiei greens. Alier supper, the linnil jihiying in tins iiihor. culled 11.1 forth lo enjov the mu- Wo are indebted to .Mr. .John Spaul- ! ie and inonnliht, both pleasant a de- lin" nl' llii nlace. fur the follnwiiii' ill- liyhllul. 1 1. o lawn wu- well craeeil RIC.MAUKAIII.I. PIIKNOMFXON. ' Itepublie very therein, and pntsesa, each, a imputation adequate for the purposes nf a State : Resolved. That we nre in favor of r?,tntr,J therefore. That the wlii-is ! (heir immediate and uneomlilional nd- of Vermont, in convention assembled, ' mission to nil the privileges of States of refer to the Declaration of Indepen-' the Federal Union. deuce, to the Federal amstitution, ns Resolved, That regarding the late un understood and expounded hy its Iram provoked, liniawiui nnu aeim-piuuwi . ..... in ih.. einiiieiiitioii of ilia ureal inva-ion of the Island of Cuba as a ... . ,r . . . i... .1 i:..l , principle of human liberty and tlie re covert plan 10 involve uie i mien rumen lystem of Posiiigu for tho People, ap- I waJl cosc) by the capitulation on tlie . tcre.-ting panicuhira of a fiugular phe- , by gropn of the young nnd the gay. plicablc both of domestic eorrcspon- o.jj JJis "reat md fili'il liattle ol noiiieimn that look place at Two heart When the band left, one of the gi-ntle- dence and .he newspaper pres. Rucna VistavaB fought on Feb. 22d, -'-r Lake Superior. About 1 1 n..;n ai en-., seu.mie,,., the following : Whereas California und New -Mexico 0 ' clock in the day ut about the. LSih nil. I he rniicip.il of Idmwood have formed State Con-titutions of a I w, ' ,, ,, . , . , , Mr.Spauldiiiii's atieiiiinn wa iiilrue! d 1 mi,v 11 .uint..nf n.t inii. ..',rl,i. r ,, 1 ....i..,t:.. .1., 1 In nil these allans hu tnanilestod . ... 7... Mix rn r.ih iei,r.. wiuiUuirimiiuir. llFl.-lL;li.-ll'"',- .... i,tl .lto'uld resint the admission of a singl State to the Union, without an express prohibition of slavery. Your Committee have no hesitation in saying, then, in the name of the H'l,;.,. ,,f V..rmnnl (lint for the ennsc 1. r .,r .li.mu.iii alnverv iirnmul 1 in a war with Spain, with th ipjLIILi;? VI iiiwi. -i. j.iiMbe . auiviiuii " -w ." - , . . . the heavy responsibility of ihtm rests gated by the ordinance of '7, and to . seeuring the annexation ot Her uliive uiwn thow;, and only tho-e, who di.re ! their own former rej-olution in conven ( holding dtpendeneie- we remember, carded our appeals and derided our lion, as the constant and unchanging with unm'uigled pleasure, the prompt, timely warnings. standard-, of their political faith. ' thorough and efficient measures of the WV nre now told that the conseqtien iWrW, Tliat Slavery is u crime late President, lo thwart this scheme or . . . r .1 . 1 . 1 1 ...,....r,.ll..l...l uIi'IhIiiim nnd nudleltv. ces ol inesc acis 01 inew; leptaieu againsi nuuiuiniy, nnu h ruiv i:ih .. i.ii..h.i. - - net. ..f vinlemii fo our iirinciidcs and bodv noliiic. that was excused by the and protect cur country wishes are danccrous. perhaps fatal frauiers ol Hie federal consiiiuuou as a iniamy even, to the peace of our countiy and crime entailed uKin the country by their its further existence, " one nnd indivis- predecessors, and tolerated solely as u great soundness of judgement, rcadi ncss ol rimul, ferlihtj' ol resourced, mastery of the art of war, power in spiring his subordinates not only with affection for his person, hut with con fidence in his skill and fortunes, as well ns constant humanity toward the vanquished, and a frank dignity which won the regard of the hostile people the shore s and very soon, he raw with surprise, ll.ehiud suddenly rising out of the water, a few rod tiom the shore, ami within a stone's throw of hiiusell. The beach opposite wan alo raised up ai thu same lime to a heiuhl of twelve feci. The new i-Ja.id i luiind and about fifty feet in circumference, and is rai-- fiom lating have well considered this appeal ; w e OlTE TOCR CniLDnKJT SOMITIIISO love the Union, and we wi-.li to save it, to DO. Tho habit of your children -but know of no way ol sa vaiion . I ... 1 il... .iMintif .ml n-nrntr n.il.i .l.llt I UUI IIIV DIIMikni ... ,.. - iblo i" and we are earneetly implored thins of inexorable necessity, to aid in averting this danger, in a spirit ' Jletoh-td, That the so called ' com of forbearance and compromise. Il'e pro.nitcs of the constitution " restrain td the Federal Government from inter ference with Slavery only 111 the Mates in which it thtmcxi.tcd, and from inter ference with the Slave Trade only for m. . j. I . .1 I I I . l.T... .. l.:l. I... by adhering lirroiy to tne principles oi a iiinucu nun, mm-n n;-.- iun, nu the founders of the Union, and using pircd ; that the (xiivcrs. conferred uxm a I. . . -v..... . C el.. I Vie a, I a t ti t lt it rvi I f I m ru . rt r " al 1 In- itui viii.titniiiiii. to sniinrcns ... r lire uuHriw nit v... ...... ,. WU,... ..j ' , ' itng, tUll more to be tucruliy cm- lj au-retely, justly, as t.ey would tlie Slave Trade, to regulate the com ployed; with tomt it ilk itroagly de- UV(J Tf)(s mmvTOnL ibis great merce between the Stales, lo govern the velopexi physical nceesity, and is not qUeltiot, ,y leaving slavery a it wa in Territories, and to admit new States, turned to good account, will be pro-' tnc old Slate, by accoiding u it a quo-1 power, conferred with an express intcn dMurc of positive evil, Uioa Tcniy-tta ot representation, oy jiraviaing mr 1 uon " 10 wrm n - I";'"-1; u",u"' v 2 tlie old adace that idleness is the 1 the upprckn of domestic insurrec ' tablidi justice, inure domestic tranquil- teove that occunation is of necessity with most of them ; thejr lore to bo kMf about aotnething, liowerer tn tncHher of mUcbicf. Children should lion, by renuiring the rendition of fu- ity, be encouraged, or if indolently disin- i fiUivc sUvca, and by eniwwering Con- pro -i.j 1. '..t.i v.- i:.-:.j:.J urets lo prohibit the SUve Trade in the the Re-olied. That in the btier olhcial course of the lalo Zac.iaiiy TArt.o.t we discerned rare sagacity and eminent ly efficient administrative talents, guid cd always by a patriotic nnd paternal regard for the good of his country ; that while history shall hand down his he roic and briflinnt deeds for the inlmira tinti of posterity, we. the Whigs ol Vermont sha'l ' eheri-h him in our heart.-, as Tin. uu.s'i.s.T ami ft. nr. Pui:tir.NT. and di-plote his death as a gn at national calamity. Rnlved, That fur "hi indomitable courage, his unimpeachable honesty, his Spartan simplicity and sagacity, his frankness, kindness, moderation, and magnanimity, hi lideltty to ins menu, among whom ho had to command an , ''I1 ,,f,v'- ' "; !x. " t!'1 nw I 11 111! HU' III 111.11, II IKl 11 IS II I'lV .11 III!.- I invading army, somewhat nicongrti-, ous in its elements and difficult to lie controlled. lu November, 1U47, Gen Taylor returned to the United States. He place, i of about the ame si.-, and look- like a hillock of niml. The new island wa nt lii-t covered with sand and pebble, like'lhe bolloin of the lake hill the winr. have dashed oier it since was received with the congratulations mi u-nhed it down ton black" clay.- and rejoicings ol the people wherever The water wan about live feet deep he appeared. The year before, he whete the island wa formed, and a had been nominated' for the Presi- boat had pa-ed over the iery -pot not dnrirv. Tn .Tnnn. 1 K-lft. he recidved five minute befi.te ils formation. , al i;n nti9 ii'uss i n'j i" in ii !. n -ui theri-oof ground, a great depre.ion of the earth took place, as icmarkahle a the upheaving in the water. A or culur spot of ground, some fifty rods in rireniiif'.-renei. rmcred with tires, wa 1S4U and at Ins death had discharg-1 Middenly sunk down to the depth of -JO ed the duties of President one ycat, feet below the -.in face, four months and four days. Had lie No agitation of thu earth, or -hock, lived to tl.e 21 tli of next November, or no-o look place, nnd the cnui he would have been tfi vears old. hum have b-eit much less than the in In t rrifiii Gen. Tnvh.r w-ik nhniil Icrnal convilltio.M of the drill that the nomination of the Whig Conven tion at Philadelphia, and in Novem ber was elected, receiving 10'.' elect oral votes to 1 27 for Gen. C.i6t. 11c was inaugurated on March n rWiS ,n It .hrtoM be Jiaetidined into 6 - P'"0'1 ptrformtng for themselves every lit tle ofSec relative to their drees which diey are capable of performing : they timid also keep their own clothes u4 other poatessions in neat order, tmi (ctcn for theascWes whatever they wwjt; in short, they should icirn to be as independent of the ser rices of others aa powible , there is teciAk, however rxaltsd, -a wnicl) fituh a sveUta would not pro re bene aeUl, iuA it it espccisilv itaporUnl 'o those who, tunc u Uteir proper- A gtrvsraarTOt decree has been is tedin Beriia atiaK the London Pasash. It U aM to b allowed to He Uu)ri4h the rnmiaa jsaatosV tt ni.f " i . . , , provide for the common defence, his getiero-lty and humanity lo hi en-. . !. . . .t., . tC trl tirit ntii Ills" ntu .g Con- promote the general welfare. and secutc inicr, the purity of his private l.lc. and and good humor, leiuihe the. blessings of liberty to ourselves and the patriotimi of hi public principles ways, simple, and Slavery our posterityr-mav all rightfully be the name of 'sen. in i atloi: w.II all who approach rilories. ucd so to prevent the extension of never caw to b- cherished in the grate home. whole country and to exclude rVnm ilie new States and Territories, used so is to Prevent This was lArtr compromise, it is mirs. I Slavery into terrilory now free, nnd to live feet eight inches high, with a slight tendoucy to corpulency. His complexion was dark, his forehead liigt, his features plaiu, but full of courage, iiitelliger.cc, beneioleiice His dress viui al and his manners made approached htm perfectly at usually accompany such phenomena ; and still it is worthy the police, uml mrinidcraliiiii of ueologi-ts and seii.fi lilii: impuicj ;diir tiu;!.. - I.u..e .'su jiertor Journal of .July -J. It is a Compromise of the Constitution ratified by the North and the South, and binding upon every freeman or toe ite publie by the aolewnity of an oath. To r . i.i ...I i... .i..ii wiisi, cuuer imi bhij w mittod to the new territories or that Congrca shall waive iu constitutional power so far a neither to admit or re atrict it it equally a l iolalion of the (-omororaifcs and solemn compact of our father. Tbev would not be cuilly of bad faith to tlie Corutitution of bad faith to each other of bad faith to lib ertv : are will not. TAev condemned slavery aa inconsistent with the tint principle of our government ; arc con dear it Thtf restricted slavery for crtr, in territory thra free, by th or eJinancs 'f" j Kt nillmtnct (l Tlry ntmlith Slaverr and the Slave I rade whether either exists under the juri diction of ctmgrtss. fnl rrrneinberanre of nil Hist and nil true hearted Ataericin." Resolied, That we strongly confide in the ability, integrity ami patriotism ltuohed. That wc are entirely and of Mill vnn Fit.i.itir.r , f New ork. eompromisinplyopj.o.edtotheexte,, Pre.ide.it of the I n.ted Stales, and m of alsvcry in any manner, whether tender him a cheerful and efficient sup. 0- (wti and tli the annexation to alaveholdins Tex port, confident that his administration ttic Utttr man uneoi ci. .n i u .i, itfifi t .lneeboldiiiff Tex- nort. confident that his administration as of terrilory now free, or bv the ail will Ik; conducted on the eminently wise muiionto thu L'uion of territory al comprehensive, national and practical ready acquired, or which may U-rvaftcr policy which wa. nurUd o-it by the la ' . . . .. I 1 1 u...t 1ufrs..t lriir!li' lx. immml. wittiOUl an express pro- mem . ", Mrs. Tay l)Jt, the wife of his youth still lives ; though, from taste, she has not apiteared in general secielv since htiaband'b elevation ta the Preei- have liul fjur children three daughters : the latter married Dr. Wood is Tin: r.ARTii itji.i.ofsi: i:d The fact that s-aih or roils brought up tiom d tli r rut d plhs t,f thu a lh, when epoied to the un or air, become covered with vegetation, hn led many to uppje thut I he whole eaith, from rent re to cireumfetence, i full of nerds, Thtt cannot be the case ; but there are, nevertheless ii-mnrVab!e in- one of rtance of tlu fact alxive named. e of the once threw up a lot of coarse prmel hibitioa of slavery, either in the consti tution of each new State auking admis sion, or In the act of congreis providing for such admission. Retolrtd, That we bold it to be the right, and believe it to be the duty ef conjres to d?Ue ju and prudent mtaturts for tl exclurion of Slavery l'rctident Ta) lor. Roolved, That we commend the Whig State Ticket, thisday noroinated, lo the confidence of the Frs-omen of Vcnnotil, and invite fur it a cordial, zealous aud uces4ful lupport, a a new triumph to the well-tried and time-hon-orx.d ihtical piinciplo of out State. armv. who has been in attendance on the President during hii last ill ness ; another (now also deceased J married senator Davis, of Mis.; and the third, is Mrs. Illiss, who has done tl.e honors of the Presidential Mansion. Tlie sou is still man. Ifctu in the fall, fiom a depth nearly ten feet, ami early lint next spring it was coiercd uh pig wiedt, whi hgrtw ery luxuriantly. 'lite gn-atel depth we ever heard of bring hurried, e fitd in a r?'cnt o-c'iuige pa; cr. lu boring for water, lately, at Kingsloii-un a young ou-the-Thaliies, tome earth waibro Jjht un from the depth of three li'i'idr J In tins hour ol universal sorrow at i and uiy f-el. ihis eurti o rae this great low of the whole country f dlr tunn-d wiib a ha-id-V o pre and ih9 entire j-cople, let our prayr vi' r j bilif; of any tth-r ' I t ticn tifr f.'l.i twsy lifc c M41 till f MMl r.n'1 r-sl llli Hit rpll III In lia..ti The health of ihc Indies of Mlm ivond was next proposed, the gentle man thiil spol. c iciiiaii.iiig, "They Iihvm oiii best wifhe-, we trust ne have theirs, allow me lo give a senliiiie.it froinlloly Writ.' 'Favor is drccilfiil.henuty if vain but (he woman that feareth the Lord, she shall be praised," The evening was spent agreeable to all, the nciitleinen leaving for their homes with pleaaut reminiscences of Ctetlelnn and Khnwood. A beautiful boquet was present) d lo .Mrs. Peaso ill behalf of the graduating clas, which graces jet our table. I elo-e by -living I think this school most a lmln.hlj" adapted for those who wih to iiive p-irtieiilar attention toniu-ic.- Vergetit.es Vermouter. Crops among Fruit Trees. The size and quality of the fruit pf an orchard depend much on the condi tion of the soil. If the soil heroines exhiiu-ed through bad management or ; uxressive cropping, we have no reason I lo exsrcl much or good f nil from any ' tree. The question n oflin nikeil, I what crops may he raid iu mi orclmnl wiihont injury to the fees or fruit ? 1 Mr CMe, in his American Fruit UvoL, thu rcm.uk' : i ' Some crops may he cahivited a j mon? fruit tree With profit, Others I ar" i., jut ion. Indian corn nrd all sou,.! i -;i)iiii', mil crops generally that j lipen their reeds, iiijurn lr(--. Pola toes and other root crop arc larora lib- ; jMiiiie sq-n-hes, nnd vines gener nlly. f "bvci, a. iliiiiigc, it favorii hie; us mouing, injurious. Pasturing onl..-.t.Ji with in:dl animals, such a Img, calit-f, sheep and poultry, havo a go id i lb-el, and I hey destroy insects, as the itfii'iial devour the fallen fruil, in n et and all. Sheep are g'iod against a'iker worm. The treading and ro-il-ng of animal destros s or annoys iu eet iu the soil. ' It is more O'O'iomiral to man urn liberally and take tr mips n the nyu slilue.its of legi tablet ale generally dilfre.il from tl.oe if trie ; but when the tre nearly cover ll.e Und.it ihouhl lx wholly devoted to them, and themv miring mid culture continued, a ihej extra pifluei- ai.d ujerior quality of the fruit will amply repay the cost. The fiai t on hard l" the counlry has prrij-d hirgi iTip of le.Hablts Jhut I inn pud n'rly vll ihe eij-fndit'ins "