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"Mr Krcbbs to vote fur the bill, because it would enhance the value of Ii'h latirla in , county; nnil, ns n quid pro quo, "offered to divide tins ' sp ills' with him !" Now Iho cream of the jokots, tint nil those worthies were Vim Huron mm, opposed to (he Bank and of course opposed to Inr c;ain, corruption, tind all tint. But, hear the committee's report, which was tinani motisly accepted by the House: REPORT. I Sknatk, 1-Vbrn.iry 15, 1836. Mr. Bukor ibis tnnrnin; from lite rinnmiiirn ap pointed ly llie Sen He, in piir.uftnco of a resolution lo inqu'nc into and rrport the facts connected with an alleged Miempl to rnrrupl the integrity, and in fluence thi! vote of Jacob KtiKr.RS, Esq reported, Tliit in the discharge of the duties assigned llinn, lliev hate examined under null Jacob Krchbs,Et Iturd Patterson, Esq. and Jeditli Irish, Eq. and ....nlupil m'nnlarv s t.urments from llcnrv V, Con rad Esq. and James I.. Dunn, E-q, the re-nlt of which is, that neither the Hani: of the United States, nor any agent for it, IN Till! REUO TEST DEGREE, are implicated in the charge made by Jacob Krebbs,Esn. before the Senate on llie tenth inst.: and tint to f.ir ns the examination of testimony his gone, the committee lire satisfied that neither the liuik nor nny person connected with it, ha.e imprnpeiK' inlei posed lo promote the lau.ige of the liill now' lieforo the Senitc. The ttommittee will cho their labors in n few d.ijs, when n full report of the evidence will lie eubmillcd. A true copy J. WILLIAMS. Transcribing Clctk. Senate. And yet, with a full knowledge of nil these facts, tho Sentinel endorses the charge, and says "thee i3 little doubt that bribery was resorted to." O shame, where is thy blush! TUB WHIG CONVENTION. Which held it session in this pl.tce on Wednesday and Thursday Isst, was wall Attended by delegates from ten counties in the stnte. Its deliberations wero charac terised by cntirij Immnny and good feel ing, &. n manifostnlion ofnz-al &. perseve rance in the pood cium. which augtir-t well for the defeat of Vanburenism m Vermont, nnd triumph nf correct political principles ot the ballot bos in S'ptotnbcr nxt. We have seldom, il ever attended a better con vention. 'The speeches wero numerous, pptrited. nnd to the point. Among the speakers wre Mer' Starr. Uriahs. Wnn ter. Rico. I'lcriioiiit. lleod, Chrk and o'h pre Thn reply nf Judge Mattocks to llie vote of thank- to thn ollicers of the conven. tion. was ndmirnbly filled to the Iiiiick. nnd lo flin occasion. As our tllllO was necessarily devoted In buisnees in the con venltnn, we tmk minutes oftho remarks, nnd are tlipri'lnre iiniihlo to give them to ilm nnlilie.-Tliu imiinrlaoi results however nru before the i'iiple, nnd it remains fir that portion nf them who may approve its iloiniTH. to carrv them mil at t tie pons. 'Pho nriisrifpt'is ehocrinir. and wo have only to say to our pilnical friends 'gn nhend' Id the watchword be, onward! ONWARD!!-- Walrhmin. PosTAr.u--Tha proportion for reducing tho postage on newspapers seems to meet with very general approbation. We tind the following in the Kcesevilln Herald: Ve recommend lo the allrnion of lli'ise "in ml llmrin,"ih arlielen nhirli uo copy in il.iy finm the HtilT.ilo I'.iltiot unit Burlni'lim l-'ice I'ref , in rela tion 10 newspaper postage. Tli-ie is no equably or justice in the present fsicm of t.ixin,' the Mine Hinount of pnMgn on the local papers for trinspor. tnon 15 or 20 miles i l the coiniiry where they are in lined, ns is eluded on llie city p.ipers of double 'he bulk for any distance within the elate in some risen not I""- tlian fiOO miles. The country papers ImfotoMcles enough lo coniend with, willintil llus , . .!;,; rf nri i ileaes. Wn hone our country hrellucn will lake I lit- matter in hand. A concert of action cannot fail of piodncin? a refoim in this re.peet. The cross units ii the different localities in the counties, geneially so nlim-l en nrely cmplv.iind ihe nd Jituin oT llie country papers. In their roniemr would he intended with no mldi. non.il expense lo ihe coieriiuient, and crv little ir.confenicr.ee to ihe post masters, and benefits that ould flow from surh an arrangement are incalciil i. ble. Will Mr. I'arlin or Mr. billet move an wqtii. rj into the matter ! Alluding; to the same Ptibjoct the Phtts burpji Republican snys Vc rnnrur fully in llie icm.itks of llie editors nf the Iluff.ilo I'.uriot nnd llie lturlinglon i'lee Tress : and it U hopid iho comenlions ('.vtll lake Ihe matter referred in into consideration." It will lie seen by the following piri;raph, tint Governor Tar.well hn declined lo be nude the orcan of ihe expungeis. Washington, l''el.2j, n il,n 5nl Onv. Tniewell of Virsinn runimu- tiicaleiltn llie Lejisl.uuie a inessje, in which he declines tranfinitlins lo ihe Senators in Congress, the "erpuiDJiitz" reeoltuions. The messije was l.;,l n iI.p Mblfiof the House oriJelezatei, an l a resgluiion introduced and passed, instructing their speaker to perform that duly. I hey will pioUJiiiy Iuj rf.lvil liprn in.morrow or next dav Il is centrally supposed, but I know not why, ihat Mr. Tvler will resign his sc.it immediately but tint Mr. I.chh will not lesiju at pre-ent, fcateer he may do at the close of the ucssion Piie two Ser.crAr. Kr.EOTioNs in Penn sylvania have resulted in the complete tri nmnh of rcDublicanum over consolidation i - - and Executive interference. In Philadel nhm Mr. Scott, the V Iit2 candidate, was I""" ' " olerled hv a maioitv of 103G over two , . j opponents. In Washington County, Mr. Mc Giflin, Whig, was elected over Mr, Hopkins, V. B., by a vote of 1980 to 1830. We find tho following advertisement in the N. Y. Commercial. Wantkd to CitinTF.n. Fon the StHASITS OF IUnRLMANDEt. AM) TUB IU:t Ssa. Tho President of tho United States having declared thai if tho Rank of the United States wero rr charted, 'Ac would to Ihefarlhesl deterli of Arabia," the subscribers nro desirutis of chartering a fast sailing copper bottomed and fastened ship, of about six hundred tons burthen, with nc commodious cabin and statu rooms, for the accommodation of tho Executive and his suite, on the proposed voyage. She will be placed under the command of Commodore Elliott, and must bo ready to sail as soon as that distinguitdied commander returns from the Mediterranean. N.R. A commodious stcorage will be ne cessary for the accommodation of the Kitch en Cabinet.-Apply to PETER FRANCIS BLAIR & CO. Wholesale Brokers, 67 North Second-street, Jockson City, near the Potomac liridgp, opoeite Washington communica rioN. The internal lisenintu which have so long been agitating tho Province of Lower Cinada are now approaching li an impor tant crisis. Sir Francis It. Head mi com municated to the IJ. C. Legislature the ' praise inilnidiont" of Lird CJjslord, from which it appears the Legislative council is not to be made elective. The pirty to which his ixcelIoicy so "impartinlli" joined himself has discovered tho deception which the "worthy Eirl" has h;en practis ing upon them. And while wo regret that any man should, through a vain ambition, place himself ill o perilous n situation ns has the Hon. Archabald Earl of Uosford, we cannot but feel that ho justly merits the imprecations of those whom ho has so basely deceived. M. E. MarcliJMO. Connecticut State Convention. The Whig State Convention ofConnent icut assembled at New Haven on Wednes day at 10 o'c'ock. A very large number of delegates was prcEent, and the best spirit prevailed. At 12 o clock the convention adjourned till 2 P. M., to receive the report of the nominating committee. The following nominations were mode and accepted by tho Convention. For Governor, Hon. Gideon Tommnson; For L'. Goveuor. Hon. Euenezeii Younc Secretary of State, Jonathan W Ho wards, Treasurer, Nathaniel Ooorm-tN. The approval of the Convention was also given in tho nomination of REUBEN BOOTH, Esq.. for Congess. "iNotinng could be more gratltytng savs the ftew Haven Herald, "to the friends of liberty and cnual rights, true Whigs of Connecticut, than the character and spirit of the State Convention assem bled bore this day. Among many venera ble lathers of the btate are found the mid dle aged and the youthful, all engaged in the common cause of prorving our coun try and its institutions from anarchy and spoil. An harmonious and patriotic spirit prevails throughout, ono common object; to put down, by cvorv exertion and honor able means, the desperate usurpations of power and patronage. Notwithstanding the tiiipropitntis state of the weather, near ly two hundred delogntos were present. who will carry home and disseminate the tinned ppirit of he whole. Determination, unity and vigor will ensure success." R'ot in Ncw-Yoiik. The pity of N. York ha again been the scene of several disgraceful riols. A few days f itice l he slevadors and laborers on the wharvss struck for higher wages, and the shipowners in consequence of the sever ity nf the weather, and oilier reasons, acco dod to their wishes. The ringleaders up. po-ing that tho nwnerslliad been frightened lo their terms, became still more insolent and outrageous, and refused to return to their labora or permit others to do so, until their employers would pledge themselves to cnntinuo the advanced rates for a year. This I'emiiiJ having received a prompt re fusal, the rioters assembled on 'he wharves in grcjt force, wiih the avowed intention of preventing any laboreri from doing their ordinary duties Outrage of all kinds were perpetrated The city authorities, police officers, aod generally the military forces W'T! called into service, and succeeded in restoring order. l-'ir.c. The Woolen Factory in this village, owned by Myron Tickncr and Co. was destroyed by fire on Thursday morn ing last. The machinery wa principally saved, but the flames had inadi: such pro gross before tho inhabitant were alarmed, ' that all efforls to save the building proved J fruitless. The Grist Mill under the Fac- i torv, although much exposed, was saved I hv 'he vigorous exertions af our cittizens. i The Factory wns insured nt Hartford, I Conn., and it is i-nid that tho insurance will j cover the loss. The only material sufferer, is Mr. Pine, who occupied a part nf the , Factory building as n dwelling. His fur niture nnd clothing was neiulv nil destroy ed and the family escaped with their lives. ; I he lire 3 Bupposed lo have caught trom ! tho steaming apparatus.-.lU- Free Press- MEXICO. By the ship .Voefeitnu, Capl. Collins, wc have received Mexican paper-., from the capital tn lhe20tli ult , and from Vera Cruz to the 7ili mst. It would appear from thvir contents that the nfl'uirH nf Texas engross the whole attention nf Wie govern ment, and indeed of the nation at large. The civil and military governors of the different states have been instructed to maintain order and tranquillity within their jurisdiction, in the present critical ulaleofl n. it... ,.. . .... . ' auairs. nnu nave uecn inveaieu ior mis pur poso with almost dictonal powers. According lo the Mexican presses. San taAnna will make but very short work with what they call, the revolted Americans in rcx.is. From the statements we find in the huz, an opposition paper published in the city of Mexico, ot the strength of the expedition, it appears that ho left San, Louis with 3500 infantry, 400 cavalry, and 12 liplit pieces of artillery, which, added to the 1600 men nf which Sesina's division is composed, make in all 5500 men. and not 10.00 cs eomcpipcid had previously assert ed. An army of reserve has begun lo as semble at San Luis Potois, and Mctamo ras, to be composed, it is stated of a similar force. From those preparations, it may bo inferred that the Mexicans nrr deter mined to subdue tho people of Texas. Whether lliey will succeed, time alone can tell, Cour. and Enq. A New Hampshire Farmer had an ox- team so lar.y and slow in its movement, that il was with great difficulty ho could get about his farm. Being called to Court as a juror, he heard Mr. Mason oxplain tho Uillareuce between real and personal estate. "Real property." said tho lawyer, "is that which is immoveable in its nature, or which is moved with difficulty, such ns land, houses, &c." When thn cause was given to the joury aud they had retired Farmer S. said to his fellows, "I wish that seven-foot lawyer would come and toll me whether my team would ho considered in law, rcni or prrsonal estate; for nnmetimes I can mova it ami sometimes I vant." Homelhim; liken Hull Tho mob ntMay.l ..:ll .1. I I.- -I I. 1 I vniu utHuriiiiiii'ti mj mnnu cit.mi wuiis, urn, ( litnnt all tho papers they could find. Among j iiiu'.v ,u'u, a wuiu iiiiuiv i ill- iiiiu iin.iiov with cndoreemenls of payments on the back. The records of theso mortgages yet exist.whiln Iho ovidences ofpayimint upon them arc des troyed, as no rccaipts arc given in llicse cases. The wisdom wills which Iho mob acted in this alTair.rcniindstisof tholroiiblcs in Ireland nt tho tiinn nf Iho Union. So violent was tho feelings entertained against England at that period, that overy means that Irish ingenuity could doviso wns resorted to, in order to injure the haled nation; and to cripplo hor resources most cireetonllly, a large number of Hank of England notes were collected nnd publicly burnt in one of tho squares in Dublin lluffalo Patriot. Joice llivrn is no more! This ancient nf days on whose young knees the infant Washington once rested and played, has at last laid down the burden of inorn thnn a hundred and sixty years. She wns the oldest tnomni in the world, when she met her dentil, Inch took place on Monday last. Actual ngc. 1G2. May she have fit ting obscquics,and repose in peace !Vu7 atlclphiu Gaz. THE GATHERING SO.VG. Our cause il in right onr ciiisb it is just And conquer we can ami conqtiei we must: new Let the watchword each drooping heart quickly re Our cauiz and the Hero of TtrrECANoc. What heart will not vibrate nt fair freedom'. call 1 I l.et our "banner be hung on Iho outermost wall." I 4 .. I t !. -I.- II I.- . ., - l , . ' iin.j iuuu i ii pii.iii R.iiucr ine nraie Hearts aim irtic ; To fight for our country and Tippecanoe! Let clansmen all muster in quiet ami order l.et "cierv blue honnct come over the Imnler" Willi armor brihl eleamlnir nnd lancea all imr i o ngni ur lair f reeilom and Tippecanoe I F.very heart shall he pure, every arm shall be strong, ncwcrji m me i.ir scene oi roil met alori" : wn win ucar like llie rii.il.mx oT Alncedon through 1'or Freedom our Country -and Tippecanoe Our cause it is justand our gathering right we fiiau iet on Hie lield of our conquest to-night, While the glad hills of Freedom our shout shall renew Our Country forever ! and Tippecanoe ! " There is noihing more rorruptinj noiliinj more deslruriiie of the noblest and finest feelings of our u.iiuiu, iimii ine exercise oi iiniinnloil power. II AK11I50N. .HA KIM EI). in tot. l'aul's Uiurrh,on the 23ih nil. by the Ul. Rev'. Ilishop Hopkins, Mr Kowaiid Smith, of the firm of Smith and Harrington, to Aliss Julia A. Thomas, In St. Albans, on the 2d Inst, bv Iter. George Allen, Hon. Jabez Peknihan, of this town, to Jlrs. i. Mauvis. D I K D, In Platlsburgh on llie 25th nil. Caroline Ells ibeth infant daughter of Col. I). 15. McNeil. In the same place on Monday evening, 22nd. nit. Miss I.ura Urew, late of Burlington Vt. in the 22d cnr of her age. A RARE CHANCE. "ITlOR sale bv the subscriber, n good p rose wood 1 5 Keyed ACCORDEON. This Accordeon is perfectly new and as good a one r.s ran be found in town, i,nd will be Eold for $16, Cash in hand. Ap ply tn II. U. STACY. Hurlington March 3, lfl3G. MARCH MEETING. ffflHE next annual March Meeting will J- be holdcn at the Town Room on Monday iheMih day of March instant, at 10 o'clock. A. M. mm: natural history of Ji JJuECTS second reries ; being tho 74th vol. Harpers' Family Library, for sale by SMITH 4- IMItlll.YGTOX. March 3. rr.ui: American in kngland, by tho author of '-A year in Spain'' 2 vols, for sale by SMITH & HARRINGTON. March H. MAIIMOUD, a novel in 2 vols, for ialo by SMITH & HARRINGTON. March 3. rpHF. CHRISTIAN LYRK. a collection of Hymsand tunc3 adapted lor social wor ship, prayer meetings, etc. with supplement, for silo by SMITH & HARRINGTON, March 3. PRAYERS adapted to various occasions of Social worship, for which provision is not made in Ihe Rook of Common Prayer, by Ilishop Griswold. For solo by SMITH & HARRINGTON. Match 3. HISTORY OF THE REI'UIJUC OF A. MCRICA.dosinncd for echools or DrivAlo j libraries, by Emma Wtllnrd. Principal of the Troy Teniile Seminary. For salu hv SMITH U HARRINGTON. FARM FOR SALE. The valuable farm owned, and occupied by Nathan Allen Eq. deceased, situated in the imme diate vicinity of Williston Vil lage, is hereby ollcretl tor sale, on terms advantageous tn the purchaser. Should the farm remain unsold until the tenth day of 1 01 April next, it will then bo exposed at auction under a licenso of sale, horn the Probate Court, end will bo sold to the highest bider, on the 14 day of tho same April, at two o clock P. M. at K. Chitten- dens hotel in Williston. to complete the settlement ofthc estate, of said deceased. DAVID FRENCH, Administrator de bonis non. Williston Feb. 27. 1030- SAVEYOUR SWING TOW, A quantity wanted immediately, by AnnoTT Wood & Co. Ladies' India Rubber Aprons. TUST received from tho Roxburv India tJ Rubber Co. a fresh supply of tho above article, comprising soma of the best patterns A L S O. India Rubber OVERSHOES, ladies' and gentlemen s sizes water proof and n very superior article. Mcrchant'8 will be supplied with the above articles at fair prices, and on hbe-al terms. LEMUEL CURTIS. Durlinglon, Feb, 20, 1030. TO BOOKHINDERS. A Journeyman book binder may hear of a situation nnd constant employment oy applying nt mil otlice, Jan. 28. 1U36. LYMAN & C O h U JjJ AVIi recetvetl lOOprs. India Robber OVr.R-SnOl'.S, from Ihe largest to ihe sni'illi'f.t Ni.es a very desirable ar. tide nt. (his season of the year. ir.so- A few hiuhels nf first quality of IIEIW'S GISASS SlilU). Febfj, IH33. Umbrellas, Canes and Riding Whins. BIjACIv, nine, Green, and other eolored, Silk nnd Cotton Umbrellas: (Hack walk ing Canes, Sword Canes! Ivoiv and goldon hended Canes, small walking sticks; Riding Whips, fce. at the Variety 6'hop. I'ANnnORN fi JlRtN.s.MAIO. New School JJook. 1 HE North American Spelling Book, conformed to Worcester's Dictionary, with a progressive series nf easy reading lessons, by L. W. LKONAnn. Author of the hitcrary nnd Sck'iilific Class Rook and sequel lo Easy Lessons. 1 lie loliowmg arn a few of thn many re commendations of the work, which have been received- l'roin the lion. J. r.nker, Judge of die Superior Court of New llauip-hic. I have examined the North American Spelling hook, by Rev. It. W. I-eonard. and commend it to a favorable notice of parents and instructors. Tho arrange ment of the lessons will, in my opinion, make the progress of the pupil much more easy, and must render the work n valuable acquisition. J. PARKER. Keene, Nov. 12, 1833. I-'rom Hcv. P. Howe. The North American Spelling Hook, I consider superior to any thing ol Ihe kind, with which I have been acquainted. I cheerfully recommend it lo parents and teachers, and sincerely hope it will be in troduced into every town and into every school district, for the use nf children. Prom the "Monitor." This book differs from those with which we are acquainted in two particulars; its conformity to Worcester's Dictionary. work winch is already extensively known and'ailopted, and which will, we think, soon become the standard wonic in respect to orthography and pronunciation. Itsurpasses other works of the kind with which we are acquainted in the judicious classification of words in the spelling col umns. Ill tins respect the book is as woll suited to carry t lie pupil forward by easy and almost imperceptible steps from the simplest to the more more difficult words, as is Colburn's Arithmetic to do the like in the solution of mathematical questions. CSchool Committees nnd Teachers ore respectfully invited to call and examine the work. For pale by Smith &. llAnniNGTOs. (T OLD RINGS, wideand narrow, made VJT in guod style, at the Variety Shop. I ANflnOHN & JilllNSJIAID, M ulhorry Seed. ItjA few pounds of tho gcnuinn White Mulberry Seed, warranted to be hstyesr'ti growth, lor sale at tins olhcc. MEDICAL COLLEGE OP TUP. TJNIV1.KSITY OF VCltMONT TBIIE Lectures to Medical Students in -JL this institution will begin on the 9th day of Marcn, 1030. and continue fourteen weeks. Lectures on Natural Philosophy and Chemistry will be given by Prof. G. W. Benedict ; on General nnd Special Anatomy, on Physiology, on Pathological Anatomy and on Surgery, by Prof. E. E. Phelps ; on Theory and Practice of Medi cine, on Materia Medica and Pharmacy, and on Obstetricks, by Prof. Joseph M.snsii. Fee-i for all the course of Lectures -?50 j charge fur contingentpxpenses il: gradu ation foe $15. G. W. HEN EDICT. Dean of the Jlcdical Faculty. 03-The North Stat. Mnntpelter Watch man.iMalnne Palladium, Montreal Gazette Franklin Journal, Rutland Herald, Ben nington Gazette, and Brattleborn Phoenix, will give ihe nbove four insertions and send bills to G. W. Benedict. J9cw Firm. rinllE subscribers having formed a co- JL partnership in business in the name and stile nf j LATHROP & 3OTWm, and having purchased the entire slock of goods of H. W. Potwin & Co., will con tinue the mercantile busiuess at the old stand recently occupied by them in all its various branches. Having made arrangements to receive supplies of goods at all times of tho season carefully selectccted by one of the firm, they intend that their store shall at nil times be stocked wtth the choicest pelec tions of rich, fashionable, fancy anil itaple I) nv Goods the market affords. They haven full and complete assortment of family Groceries, such as Imperial, Old and Young Hyson, Hyson Skin, Pouchong. Souchong and Bohca Teas; loaf, lump and brown Suncus; Pepper. Spice, Ginger. Cloves, Mace, Nutmegs, Sahcratus, Cur rents, Prunes, Citrons, Box and Keg Rai sins, &c. They have also in connection ono of the first Drugg it Medical establishments in this part of the country, to which depart ment tho most particular attention will nt all times be given. Phisicians may ut nil times be supplied with any article in the above line on the most reasonable terms, Gideon LTiinor, H. W. Potwin. Hurlington, Jan. 15, 1030, For Sale. ryiHE Place known by tho JL name of (ho Eldridgc Place. It contains forty acres of good valuable land, has on it a larire two story House, two good barns, a cow house, a corn house, and oilier nut houses buth necessary and convenient. This place is wen caicuiatcu lor n tavern stand, situ ted on the mum road from Burlington to Williston nnd about two miles from the College. Iho locality and situation nf tho place, render il a desirable stand for any ono who may wish to purchase. The terms shall ho made known by calling on tho subscriber, WILLIAM WHITE. Burlington, Jan, Otli, 'J8, Ut STATE OF VERMONT. GitANn Ist.r. District, t-s. Jll a l'robutc. Caurl hnldcn at Ihr. Probate Ofj'ur in Xorth Hero in xtid d'ntrirl mi tiw Mil day rf February, .1. (). ll"C. Present the Hon. Joel Allen, Judge. It is ordered by said Court that notice bo given tn nil concerned, thai the Probate Olfico for said district will he kept in future nt the dwelling house of Augustus Knight in North Hern in said district, nnd that the Court will hold their staled sepions nt the dwelling house of Jed. P. I, add. in North Hero nit the third Monday in every month hereafter, from 9 o'clock in the forenoon to 4 o'clock in Iho afternoon. Jly order of Court, AUGUSTUS KNIGHT. Res. GRAND JSLH COUNTY COURT, September Term, 1835. Ciiancv Hazan 1 vy 1 1 nr. has Chancy vs. Hay.aii of North Joff.iui IluTCin.NS. ) Hero in the County of Grand Isle, at the September term nf this Court A. D. 1113-1, commenced his ac tion against Joenh Hutching of North He ro in said Grand Isle County, but now of the State of Ohio, in an action on note da ted the 12th day of February 1 1131, for the sum nf ninety live dollars payable in the month of February lf!33, with interct for value received, and demanding in damages the Mini of two hundred dollars, ns per writ and declaration on file will appear. At which tune came the Planliffby his attor ney Frederick Hazcn, nnd it nppenring to said Court that the Defendant was nut of thisStale at the lime of the commencement of this action and had not been notified of the pendancy of this suit, and paid caue was by order of court continued to the next .May term of this court. A. D. 1 035. nt whiclitintc an order was made that said cause he continued to the next September term, A. 1). 1 035, nnd that notice he given nf the said suit by publishing Ihe Fubstance of the Plaintiff's declaration, three weeks successively in the Iiiirlingtnn Free PreFS, printed at Hurlington tho last nt which shall be four weeks before the said Scpl ember term, 1035, at which tune a further order was made that the said rule of this Court bo enlarged andtlio cause continued to the next term of this court, April term, A. D. 103G, and the said Ilutcliins is hereby no tified to appear at Iho term aforesaid to bo holdcn at North Hero within and for the County of Grand Isle on the fourth Tucs day of April, A. D. 1D3C, and defend uaid suit W lie sec fit. Given under my hand at North Hero, in the County nf Grand Isle this 20th of Feb ruary, A D 1 830. JOEL ALLEN. Clcrl: II Ulllil N fiTON !' K ill X V V. H E 31 1 N A R Y. rrillE Spring and Summer Term of this Institution commences March fid, nnd continues 22 weeks. It is important as far as practicable, that pupils should enter at the opening of the term. Twenty five young ladies can ho accommodated with board in the family attached to the Senium ry under tho care of Min Green, Prin cipal. Ilurlinglnn I'Vb. 17. 1030 fri HE suhsciber wishing lo change hi J- occupation and residence, and feeling unwilling lo leave his friends and the wealthy town of Shelbitrti destitute ol a Physician, offers his House with con venient outbuildings and a garden, on very reasonable terms to any Phvsician whuse nnnlifieations merit Ihe riatrnnairnnf an en- lightened christian communily. For further information, enquire of Joel FAinctiii.D Ju. Shclburn Vl. Feb, U 1030. Colchester Manufacturing Company. rjnHE Book first opened bv Ihe Commit tee for said company will bo kept open for subscriptions at Sidney Barlow's Store Burlington until the '.'0th dav of March next. SAMUEL HICKOIC. ) SION E. HOWARD, Com. SIDNEY BARLOW, ) Burlington Feb. 1 5. 103G. Tjr'S'E have a fine lot nf good Brushes of nil kinds nnd prices nt the Variety PANfll'.OnN & BltlNSM.VII). Shop SflvVKEt sSlOOiS. TE are constantly making good Siver Spoons nnd selling them nt Ihe Vari ety Shop, Pa no nnns & BniNSMAti). Guy lioynton's Estate. rrpHE Hon. tnc Probate Court for the JL District of Chittenden, Comes the subscribers. Jededinh Boynton. administra tor nt (lie ('slate ol (,uy lioyntHti, late nt Ilinesbiirgh, decea-ed, 11 ml represents that the personal estate ot said deceased will not be sufficient to pay the debts; he therefore and hereby makes application to said Court, for license lo sell said estate for the purpose. Ji:ia'i)iAii Bovnton. STATU OF FER.VOA'-T, ) At a Probate Distriil oj Chdlendcn, st. Court hoi don nt Wil'islnn. 111 said District, on the 16th day of Feb. A. D.-'rSG, It is order cd that an account be taken nf the debt and also the proceeds of the personal estate nt said deceased, and that the heirs and n persons concerned in said rslnle be notified in appear before said Court on the first Monday of March next at E. Chittcndens Hole! in Williston, aforesaid,, to give bond for tho payment of debts, and show causo why licenselas nforcsaid shall not be grant ed, aud that such nntico be given by publish ing the abovo application three weeks sue ressively. ns soon as may bo in the Free Press n newspaper printed 111 Burlington, in sai 6 District. Given under my hand, the day and year lirst nuove written. GEO. B. MANSER, Register. NOTICE." rjnHE subscriber requests all persons in-fl- debtcd to him on boo!; lo settle with out delay, and all whoso notes are now due to pay them immediately. I nose who neg lect this call will find their notes nnd ac counts with an attorney for collect. on. Wm. I. SEYMOUR. Burlington Feb. l.r, 11130. GRASS SESD. A BOU I' 00 Bushel's Herds Grass Seed ofn superior quality and the growth ol IQ35, just received and lor saiu nt HOWARDS. STATES WA1TTED. rHlUE undiT-ogiied wihrs to pntitrnct. .19. for 5000 While tjak Slaves, Tor which llln-ral price will he givrn. N. B. I'i'rfons luvitig nnsetlled nccniinls willi the subscribor are invited to cull nnd ndjnt the nimn, nnd all those indebted are earnestly requeflcd lo iiuike hinrifdi.-itt,' payment'. C. SEVERANCE. Ilurlinglnn, r en .1. iii.iO. FARM FOR S A 1,10. THE subscriber" n-i rxeolnf nf fl'JIIfSS THOMAS STORM, dencared, iiiJilLlaie of the city of New York, of for f jrsi.h the Furin in Willision.Cliiiteiidon county V r. being part of llie farm liinm-rty nwncd nnil (.rcnpieil by Giles Chuti-ndou. hsq. deceased, and lately occupied by his widow, containing about 135 acres.' (Jo the premises' is n largo substantial two story JJrick Dwelling House, two JJ.irn. and two Orchards. Part nt the tract Is Woodland, with pome choice Timber. making it ,i very desirable farm. J'or liirlhr-r information anplv tn W in. A. Griswold, Esq. :it Ilurlinglnn. Vl. or lo either of the subscriber-' per mail. C. F. HUNNOR.J C. J. MANNING. l'Itcutlr' A tie Yark:,Ian,y'12, 1030. .A". ? If the above farm should remain unsold, the same will be leased on reason able terms for one year frnm thn 1st dav of April next. Application tn be made lit Wm. A. GRISWOLD Agent. Dining Table Castors. E hnvo the most superior assortment WB.f: Castors rvcr on hand; coti'iutimr of silver plated Brittnnia, Paper, Wood, and Brass, with elegant rut Bottles, or plain; pome beautiful revolving Castors, some plnlcd and some hlnrk. We have them with 3,4, 5. 0, or 7 Bottles, square. round, and triangular; well worth an ex amination, nt the Vnrictv Shop. 1'ANt.unr.N it IlniNSMUn. For thn euro of Colds, Asthmas, Whooping Cough, spdting of Jlloodand Consumptions. CF.LAND MOSS gro.vs plentifully in tho Island of Iceland, from whence il takes its name, and in all the high northern lati tudes of Europe and Aia, where its Medicinal qualities have been long known, and highly appreciated This plant contains n Icarger proportion a,regitahle Jlltutlagc, lhanany oilier known substance, and in combination with il is a biltrr principlu which acts most beneficially in giving strength in casesol'greal weakness and debility of Iho lungs. Tim knowledge of many of onr most valnablo med. icincs, fur Ihe cure of di-rascs, have been ob tained from observing their effect on bruin anitnalsj-so in the case nf this ioot invaluable Moss. Its virtues worn first discovered bv their effects on tho hardy, long-lived r-nrf sagacious Ruin Deer, which derives its pr'ui. cipal nurislnncnt frnm the Iceland Jlnss. and whoso milk becomes so highly imbued with, its Ilalsomie virtues, that it is used will: thn greatest confidcnoi-as a sovereign remedy by tho inhabitants ofall I ho-o countries Inr llm euroofall diseases of Iho breast and lungs. In France, this compound has long been known. and extensively used ; and to its salutary effect" as m".c 1 as,u ,lle snlubiily of the climate, 1. Prnbal,l.v on'"-S 'bo very small iiiimb-r ot fatal cfucv ofcnnstimpliuo in that cnuntiv, compared with Great lirilnti and thu United Stales. This Syrup contains all tho mrdicitul values oflhe Moss 111 Ihe mo't concentrated form, and w prepared frnm the orignul iccaipl from I'aris, only by. ... HUTsjniNCiS -V CO. HnWmare And none i ircniiim' unles.- il has their fac simile upon each hill of direction also njinri Ihe envelope, ID".tiid sealed with their seal. fc J. II. I'LCk fc .'a., wholesale agent. Attention the Whole! PENSIONERS on the Roll of the V,-r-niout Agency.oithcr as Invalids. Revn- lilionary.oriindcr the Actsof loth Mav ICi.'f, or 7 June IfiSS, are notified lhat their Pensions will ho pud at Ihe Bank nt'Iturlinif lou.fiii llie production of the proper vouchers. r;.T. ENGI.ESItY, 1'ur.sr Bank of hurlington. ) uudl'cnsUn AMi 1 cu. j, I "JO. NATHAN LAKE vt. IIEMAN LAKE. FlIITTK.Minv CofXTV S August Term. HJ3"i. WHEREAS. Nathan Lake, of Shelburn. in the county of Chittenden, at the March lenn of ihis court, A. O. 11133. mm tnenced his adion against lleman Lake, litn nf Shelburn afores ml, for money hut and ad. ranrid, laid out anl expended, lie. demanding 111 damages the ,.0111 ul'lhreo hundred dollms. which causo having been mlcri'd upon thn docket of said court, Iho plaintill' sppeired by his attorney, and the defendant not having noiico afraid suit, and it appearing I" said court lhat tho raid lleman Lake wan without their jurisdiction at tho time of suing out Ihe plainliirs writ, said causo was by ,,r der of court continued lo the present ihhC, when the defendant not appearing.it is further ordered that notice bogneu In the said Ne man Lake, by publishing tho snb-lnnee of iho jilaintiirs declaration three weeks .nn-rvaivi-lv in the Freo Press printed at Burlington, thu last of which shall bo at least lliuiy dnvt. be I'oip Iho session nf s-iiJ court to bo holdcn at Burlington on ihe la-l Tuesday save nun of Match, A. D. liWG, which shall bu di-emcd sufficient notice, and that said cause be con. tinned to tho term in March aforesaid. Given under my hand at liuilingtoii, ibis UTlts day of January, A. I). 1II3G. N A'm A N JU 1 AS W ELL. Clerk BJURSSRY. WILLIAM KEiMlICK or nuwtcn, NKsn boston, HAS a capital selection of purest kinds of Fruit nnd Ornamental T R E E S, Shrubs, Roses, I'cconics, Double Dahlias. Sic. of most splendid kinds. Mortis Mullicnuli. or true CHINESE MULBERRIES, the food for silk worms, by wholcsalo and retail. Orders addressed by mail, post paid, will bu executed promptly. Trees packed in faithful order, for distant places, by land sea, Coialogoes gratis, 115M. TOLST THE rooms over our Store formerly oc cupied by J. Mac-ck E-q. Dec gs. LYMAN & COLE. SCRKWti, BUTTS- LOCKS Door Handles, in -'rent vanctv nnd lnrin q iianlllios, retail. for sain low, U'lioh-faln nnr) WOOD -V ABBOTT.