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4- A majority of tho Legislature- or Louis ianahavc declared themselves favornblo to the election of Mr- White to the Presiden cy, nnd they declare that any impression which may havo prevailed that tho State was in favor of Mr. Van Huron is entirely unfounded. ns the party do not desiro their adoption, the expense of printing may ho saved. It is seldom they are so economical. It Id a (lingular fact, that in all questions where the people scnls an advantage, the parly oppose them. So it was with the clcc toral law, nnd bo it is with the public lands. The Van Huron party want tho public money to electioneer with. Bribery and corruption arc their only hope. From llio HarrlsburR Correspondent of llic Phila Dclpliia Commercial Gazette. MAncii2G, 1838. After Fomo preliminary business, the House by a large vote, directed the Speak er to reprimand Henry W. Conrad; where upon, Mr 0. rose, look his hat, and walked out. Mr McGriflln then moved that the Sergeant at-Anns arrest Mr C. instantcr, which was carried unanimously. With no littlo difficulty the Sergeant at Arms found Mr Conrad, nnd brought him Uf.... ,! Itnitcrtln. n rnnrimnml. f?niimil ,L. Il,n nonlrr. nf tl.n llnnr. mill Inld till?!'" Do.lCOn LcXOIl's Store, nnd tell . oi,,i, .;0,1 ii ,.,lnri,,iilini Im hail "C'l men pound of his best rasins CJI.(IJ,b. IIV- " beer brought there by force. The speaker replied that he heard the gentleman, and then delivered his reprimand. It was nn excellent article, well written, strongly pointed, and extremely frovcrc. Conrad winced, trembled, and turned, 11 rut to one nido, and then to the other, and bit bis lips violently. When the Speaker had finished. Conrad asked if be was stttl in duress. Tbu speak er replied, "the gentleman from Schuylkill IlArr.noAi) Accidhnt. The locomotive of tho Lexington and Ohio Railroad, on the IGth inst. when within to miles of Frank fort, rnn ofTtho track, nnd wns prccipitntcd down an embankment of 20 ro 30 feet in height causing the passenger car, in which were about twenty persons, to fall over on tho oppsite side. Nearly nil the passcn. gcrs wore Boverely hurt, and thrc, were killed. "Wcnnv I'AiiTicKt.Ert." "John! go up him to do vou bear my darling !" John nostril off, and was gone nearly balfan hour. "Why you littlo rascal, you've been gone nearly long enough to make the rasins. Why did'nt you stop quickerthe deacon haint been all this tiini! weighing out a poundrof raisins has he?" 'Yelh, ho hah too. He thaid how he must bo very 'tickler so he kept mo wai ting till ho could get jeth one pound." "Why, John, I don't understand what you mean ' "Why jeth as he wathcom to emp- Brick Wanted, j HE subscribers wish to contract fur One Million ofllricks,tobodolivcrcd on north side of OnionRivcr.nt Colchcslor Falls 500,. 000 to bo dolivcrcd by SOtli Juno and 500,000 by 20th August noxt. Written proposals for malting and delivering tho Bricks will bo ro. cioved until 15th Wpril insl. Tho Bricks when burnt must bo 8 inches long, 4 inches wide, and 2 Inches thick, dlso, for 200,000 fcot of pine and spruco Boards nnd Plank. Also, 100,000, White l'ino Shingles, GEORGE MOORE,) JOHN HIM D LEY, S Committee. WYLLYS LYM.-JN, ) Burlington, April C, 1C3G. House." Conrad made no nnswer, but walked nut. The House have ordered the reprimand to bo printed. Thus ends tho bribery and corruption affair. YourB, &c. rqn nmv tnlrn hm Rnnl nq n rnnmhnr nt the Itythc riiithiusout of the scales into a pa pcr--nc sioppcit a noon wniio aim looked at it, and then ho thaid heguothed he'd got a very lectio too many for a pound and he must Mo wory parttckler so bo took out one raithcn, and put in a stem, jeth to make Inn wnirrhf rlrhf." :,.,.. ci, r.i. .,. , r .... i t,"" wwilll. lull, (. luuu Ul UIU 'IVJli;3 Ul UIILUI .... imEu uiiu. pQj.uiau.iii 1:1 our woFicrn worm, jjnAT ov TIIK Mother op Nxi-di-pom may be given by t tic annexed article, which Madame Maria Lrctitia Bonaparto died at pnn frnm tl,n Nn. n. T! r,i... 1 Homo on tho 22d of i ebruarv. 6'ho was born " ,, V vr . v' . Onlh021lh of August, 1750 at Adjaccio, of - " - """" i'nun.nuii in j me liamaiuni lamuy, onu lias lived at Homo that wilrt which it closes ! And thoic is ever since 1M. abo died immensely rich. little doubt of Hg nrnplo lulfiltneiit. One's imagination is distanced in these prophecies' The V.n W est. Yesterday we rccciv. cd the f nit number of a journal under the above tillr-, published on the ICIlIi of Feb. nt Liberty, in Missouri, adjoining tho con fluence of ru Missouri ami Kanca'i rivers. ni. ...),... ! l:... . . . r ' j I'u iDi Mikity i.nsuiu iii to uio iitie iur -.... t , , , . , r J ' '1 GnAiN I'rirc.a.Vnnerallv, line railicr clrooncil J""""l : journal lia yet l.O'il. CcK. Tlio nr-nr approach of the opening of r""11'" i" i'" '" i.iuu.ij. ia 111 inu r,rr 11.111 irinic'11,110 umiui, in luin an inllucncc. tho vicinity of the Delaware and other In-! Kvo ij r.ulirr dull at a dollar 111 uhicli rales h.uc diaii!? Tin; oil itor Ravs he r?cnllccls wIipii 1 ''Cl;n "'-""'i Inborn ilicypci alums liavo not heen llmrn wnanr.lv- mm null in ll. iul,n Mn, ' 1 XtCiliivo, S.lll-1 of SoulllCril lit S3 CIS : SolllllCNI -and that a handmll. ; and tint when town was laid oll.one of the most inlljuntial Kir diulillin ; 200 lm-lieli of lln-lisli O.its at 80 "iiizi'PS engaged ill uic art, traniilerred his rents 11,1.1 Soniliciu at C3 cu, liUru to (lie lots by a mark, ,n ho could not' Mh.nbv With no demand for specie, pio. reailiior v.-rilu. Mcambnats now pafs the i duco or.ill kinds quick and IiMi. Goods of Irnvn, on tlicir wav to l'ott C alhoun, to tho 1 every description wanted and paying good pvers I'latto and Yolhnv Stonu. profile, and a full treasury. Money continues Ten yrars may not tlapc before Ktcnnr scarco- The banks are oxtendod and jealous bunt will navigatu the whole courpc of the i ' L'ac'' ot',or- The Hoposit banks have largo . ellow atone, to the base of tho Missouri . '""U3 -"Sar '"an nicy are pormillcd to use. or Ki.cl:v mountains nerosa whirl. rl,.-., (,ooU notes are sold m tho ttrcet nt 10 to 12 D. Ilolton's Estate. ADMINISTRATORS SALB, Will be fold on the premises on Saturday tho 10th day of April instant, at public Vendue, the valuable Real Estate of D. Holton late of Burlington, deceased ; con. sisling of about one half acre of land eit uatcd on the Westerly Eido ofMaidcn Lane said Burlington near the School House lot, subject to nn incumbrance of mortgage deed of about 5lll. And the Dwelling house nnd lot formerly occupied by said deceased, situated on the comer of Pearl street and Maiden Lane in said Bnrlington, Aii-o will be sold at vendue at Fame tima and place a few articles of Household furniture, a few pairs of Boots and shoes and a small quantity of leather. JiUSTJJIl HAIili. Administrator. Burlington April 7, 1B3G. ft i:v oiik Market. The D.iilv Advertiser ol April J 1,3.1)3 " 1 1 title Ins liccn uniHU.illy bri-k. Hotels lire riowded wilh merchants biuinL' iliir ' stcrk. If llio .orih Ilivor was open, u'c are pcr siiulcil llin Imslnpis ot lliecilyivoiil.lrxccedlh.it n; tiny fjininr period. I'mdnccof nil doscriplionj , hecpup aiomfiinigiy ingii. Hour and provisions i i-jiisi.miiy gciinj up. ' lcr rent. Kotivithstanding the high price of ucai i.siaio, gnous ,vu. mere appears to bo an auutiiuiii supply ol ea?li to mako purtliasc?. mi:o. In Conronl. f,'. II. Saludi) lii-iniinj lis:, Mre r.lizilictli Low, relict of llie l ite Win. Low, Iq. of Ainlicift, and il inglilcr of Capt. Jojialt Crosby of Milffinl. 75. She lia-1 n-iclpil in thin (own ividt i'.v an inn-c oi a human bemr- placed' . . , ., . . .l . . .i '.I'm-, rius,-ii rur L'.niiuy 1111 -run f'v. vviui ui . xactlv in our path-way, just within tho , rullcn :.4r..n,-r of a Impov- i.nnior.atiTv. In ll.c 1' lintl been placed in achair, nnd conrceof hn- bfi-.fhu had fcr-n much afllinion fiom rt rail road may bo more easily corutriiclcd tliau nvtrtlie Micgauics ; end then huzza f rotcamboats on the Columbia river, nnd ti iiP-' steamships across the Pacific ocrnu to ti o commerce and luxuries of China and l In: jji-at Indi:i : .1 Heal One. As we were entering the! i rum uoor o: our onico on jionday noon.wc IMI'ROVlin Motary Stoves. rHlIIC tubscribor has jmt received from -B. tho Foundry of J. D. Ward, Ver genncs, No. 2 and 3 Rotary Cooking Stoves & Trimmings ; Box do. Coldron Kettles, Ploughs, &c. &c. which arc offered for sale for cash or ap proved credit. P. S. He wishes to call the attention of tho economical, to the fuel and labor-saving properties of the Rotary Stove, and its peculiar adaptation as a Summer Cooking Stone. By tho use of tho grate, a very small amount of fuel is required for tho culinary operations of any family ; less by one half, it is believed, than is rcquirod by any other Stove in use. Its form and height is such that it admits of being pla ced in tho fire places of ordinary kitchens, so that most of the heat and cfiluvia from it passes off by the chimney. Tho saving of luel efiected bv the Improved Rotary, in one year, over that of almost any other Cooking Stove, is fully equal to its cost, besides the superior facility and care with which the several culinary operations arc performed with it. Also, Tea nnd Marlin ivcttlcsof various sizes, cast expressly for this Stove. GEO. PETERSON. Burlington, March 31, 183G. GRASS SEED. ABOUT GO Bmhcl's Herds Grass Seed ofa superior qualilyand the growth of 1 1135, just received andfor salu at HOWARDS. BURCIIARD'S SERMONS. Cfi O O D R I C II will publish on . Monday next, " Sermons, Addresses and Exhortations, by Rov. Jodcdjah Bur chard ; with an Appendix, containing some account of Protracted Meetings hold under his direction, in Burlington, Williston, and Hincsburgh, Vt. Doc. 1033, nnd January, 183G. By C. G. Eastman." Rurlington, March. 25. NOTICE. FTlHE undersigned having purchased of JL 1'. UALiU his entire stock ol uoods, will continue and enlarge the at tho stand formerly occupied by Hall & Stearns, recently P. Hall, where ho will have constantly a full variety flf seasonable Goods ; and respectfully solicits tho pat ronage of all former friends and patrons. JuU received, an extensive and well se lected assortment ul LOOKING GLASS ES, which arc offered at roduccd prices. JOHN ABBOTT. Church street. March 23. door. a it resembled, in EOmo degree, the figure sirknos? in her f unity, and from llio Iosj of children which n tobacconist plates in front of" I113 j :,r1' fjniily ronnfxion- ; but uliecver rr-nnin'-d cihn bop. v.-o thoU"bt for a moment that ramo 1 ":"T'il amidst the v.u ions tri ifc elio was called if nur waggish bovs during their nooning, 1 10 r"' "re" hid been hauling a piece ol" sculpture of! Calm rcjujiaiion lent her aid, , ,i,,tl'i, ,1' ,, , 1 .1115IU nr-r 1 lie rJmtcning ban 1 to b;ar : that lind through the gutters, and we pro-. Wi,M amiciionV. gloomj-tl.adc, posed a lecture to them ; but on approach-' She p.iw her brijlucet bliss was near." ing the article nearer, wo discovered, by , T,0 endurance of affliction herself tau;lit her how eevcial senses, that tho material was what 10 f)mpiihi?c wiih ihc afflicted, and it U believed had been a human being ; hut long tteep-1 f-'vv women h no been so ofien called upon in (cnncs Hit' in alcoholic compositions had, not of shyness and distrcuih.ui Mrs L. and she vv as exactly ; -trifieJ, but completely cini, -''" 1,?lh ''y." '"', "nd e.luc.ition 10 ndminis- ,,, ' i,i, , 1 ,1 ' , ,- tcr aid and comfort, nnd in soothe llio pains nnd he thing ; mid tho creature that had once Uh lhe'r ,0lll,J t)ac M f f'cknef3.- uceti me companion or gentlemen, was bo Th.we nho hue known her in the latter period of iiany eo completely uc uauueu, mat a well her lili-, ran b irdly imaiiie the cxirnt ot licr Kind fed hog would have fquceled him out ofthc oAk-cmo her fiiciidiiinl ilie noiliborhood in which ryc. We thought It n duty, however, U3 i ':IC lil,el tiinciofsicknc?s nnd calamity. In the wocaU'.eil it to he swept out of tho office, I -"f. 0,,0"l,fM.0 'r1 cxliihucd so murl, of lie , , , " . , , , ' 1 Christian, hr-r frii-nd have much to afford ronsola- to cay one word of censure to the boys who ,ia, si.oluskft ihemihu e-cnnple and those were laughing nt It, lhat they ought not to counsels, which if followed, will lead them also to ridicule, with such emphasis, any man, keep the faiili, 10 finish their course with joy and ilrunl; or r-ober. One ol the lads turned up. to inner me m.insioniol cicinal icsi ins nose in a most expressive twist, at our remark " Do you call that a m. !" paid lies "a man indeed ! if lhat is a wrm, I'm t;lad that I'm a boy." And then they pla ced the thing upon iti legs, and run it off Ihcfquarc. It was but the ".ommon lot of 11 man whose health held out against drunkenness. STATE OF VERMONT Chittenden County, j. Mh.ton, 4pril 4lh, 1C3G rBI HE subscriber having- taxes unpaid in his JU. bands against one liosiccll Smith, lalo of said Milton and now residing without the State, and having made diligont search for tho goods and chattels of tho said Smith and can find none within my precinct whereon to mako distress, I therefore, by virtuo of the Tax Bill whorcunlo lo mo directed, levy and ex tend tho samo on the South half of Lot No. 5 in the third division, and drawn to llio original right of Philip French, which will bo sold at public vendue, at Warren Sibloy's Inn in Milton, on tbc SQIli day ol May, A.IJ, 153G, at one o'clock, P.M. or so much of it as shall be necessary to satisfy the following rates or taxes, togother with my fees, assessed against the said Smith, to wit: Town Tax voted March 12th, A.D. 182(5, by tho inhabitants of the town of Milton aforesaid, in which the said Smith is assessed in the sum of $'1 03 Also .State Kcliool I ax, winch was put into my hands for collection January 1st, A, D. 1029, in which said Smith i assessed in tho sum of $1 07 Alo, Stato Tax, granted by the Legislature of the State of Vermont at their October session, A.D. 182fl,in which said Smith is assessed in the sum of 0 00 Also, Town Tax voted March 1 lib, A.D. 1829, by the inhabitants of the town of Milton, in which said Smith is assessed in the sum of $1 .13 Also Stale School Tax, put into my hands for collection 5th January, A. D. 1U30, in which said Smith is assessed in the sum of $092 Also State Tax granted by tho Legis lature of the Stato of Vermont at their Octo ber session, A.D. lfi'.'O, in which said Smith is assessed in the sum of0 92 Also Town lax voted March 11th, A. D. 1830, in which said Smith is assessed m IhcBumofSl 53 Also Stato School tax, put into mv hands for col lection Dec. 31st. A. 1). lllJO, in which said Smith is assessed in the sum of $0 91 Also Stato lax granted by tho Legislature of the Stato of Vermont lit their October session in A.D. 1830, in which said Smith is assessed in tho sum of SO 01 and also, town lax voted March 15th. A. D. 1831, by the inhabitants of tho town ofMilton aforesaid, in which the said Iloswcll Smith is assessed in tho sum of $2 73. JOHN M. OEWEY, Constable and Collector. The Variety Shop AT BULWQTOJf, VT. WE have gold nnd silver Watches, Jowclry, Chains, cheap and costly Clocks, Plated and Brittania Ware Castors, Musical Instruments nnd Instruction Bonks, Perfumnry, Hair Oils, Powders, Soaps, Brushes, Cutlory, Candlesticks, Snuffers, Trays, Lamp Wicks, Stocks, Bosoms, Backgammon Board, Visiting and Printing Cards, (n very good assortment of all sizes and colors) card Cases. Canes, Umbrellas, Elastics, Busks, silk boot Lacings, overshoe Buckles, RazGrd, Ink, Quills, Pencils, India Rubber, Letter Stamps, Curls, fine Pic tures, Toys. Drawing Boards nnd Paper, sand Boxes, ink Stands, Confectionary, and the groatcst variety that can be lound in such a Shop. Wo clean and repair nil kinds ol Watch es and Clocks, and mako all kinds of Silver Spoons nnd sugar Tonga : Nursing Tubes, coffin Plates, Hooks nnd Rinis, Trunk Plates, Sic. &c. at the Variety Shop. 1'ANnuOIlN Oi BlttNSMAID. March20. 183G. NOTICE. rinHE subscriber having disposed of his JL entire stcck of Goods and wishing to close his business, requests all thoso having unsettled accounts with tho lalo hrm lot Ha and Stoarns or P. Hall, to come and sottle and mako immediate payment with out further notice. PETER HALL. Church Street Mnrch 23. FOR SALE. THE subscriber offers for sale on reasonable terms his house and lot on the west sidoof Col- lcfro Green. Theprcm iscs consist of li acre, of lands on which there is a good orchard a pmallbut convenient house, out buildings, &c For further particulars and terms, apply to Samiei. Ri:bi. THOMPSON. Burlington March 2i, 1830. Also, for sale, as above. PEW No. M in St. Paul's Church. Horatio Gates' Estate. STATE OF VERMONT, ) District of Chittenden, ss. The Honorablo tho Trobalo Court for tho District of Chittenden. To all persons concerned in the Estatn of Horatio Gales, late of Montreal, in thePnvincc of Lower Canada, deceased, Gheetino. TniEliEAS, the Administrator of said Y f doceasod,propo3cs to ronder an account of hit adm'tiiclration, and present his account nraiim said estate lor examination and allow nnco at a session of tho Court of Probato, to b' holdsii at Willey's Inn nt Willislon, on the brst Monday ot May next. Therefore you are hcroby notified to ap pear before said Court at the time and place alorcsnid,and tnew cause, 11 any you navo wby tlio account a loicaid should not be al lowed, Given under my hand at Williston, this 30th day of March, A. D. 183G. UEU, 11. iMAiNBI.K, Hegisltr, Farm Wanted. TTDUBLIC NOTICE is hcroby given that the JJ. Sclictmin ofllurlington will receive pro posals fur the sale ofa suitable Farm tit uatcd in (aid town, at any time previous to tho 20lh ATCHES of various kinds some which are warranted not to impair by keepirr or to be affected by damp weath er. For sale at the variety shop, by Panchohn &. Brinsmaid. April 7, 183G. irisii moss, HICH containi more Vegetable Mu cilaac than any other known sub stance. It is tho boot article used in cbbo of Colds, Coughs, Asthmas, &c. and is a good and economical article for making all kinds of Jcllic-", Bin Mongo, &afor sale by the package, 25 els. each nt the Varioty Shop by " I'ANf.nonN St BiuN6MAtt. Burlington, April 7, 1935. Farm For Sale. njll IE subscriber ofiers fur salo, on rcasona JL bio terms, bis FARM, containing oyer OIY) nr.rr-s. with llnuic. Jlanis and out build ings, lie lias oceupicu saiu farm mora man The Stramroat Explosion at Mobile took place on the 13th. The Journal ofi he Mill gives the particulars. The lien jamin Franklin bad just lelt tlm wharf fur .Montgomery, and the whole boiler-deck, pilot-hotifc. engine nnd chimneys of tlm boat was blown high into the air, with many of the passengers, some or wlumie luil to the water alive, and not materially injured. This accident appears to have rcbiilted from 1111 undue detention of tho boat near tbei wuar;, niicr Having put oil, to accomtno ilato a day 01 April insiam, lor mo purpose 01 uo.ng , - . h , moallo(va ui r.uiu 1 - . .1 . . ;.,.. , improved for tho support of tho poor lowni and will also receivo proposals for tho piirchaso of the Poor-Houso and land situated on Collegc.Etrcct,iiow occupied by said town. Tlio subject matter of said purchaso and salo, and tho proposals mado respecting tho came, to bo submitted lo the consideration of a town meeting, to ho lioldon at the town room in said Burlington, on tho first Monday of May next SAMUEL NICHOLS, ) Selectmen WM. A. GRISWOLD, of II. LOWItV, ) llurlingtan. Burlington, April G, 183G. ngging passenger. The water 111... - the boiler had also got too low. The Mo-I J 0 i-Ct OH rcnSOllRDlO XCriHS. bile pnper sayp, it is supposed by those who! SflfMlE whole of the largo Commodious witnesed the explosion, that from forty to 1 store hituatcd on the North side of fifty persons must have perished. . Collrt houso Slmt0 n iulinpton ,.xi ' door West ol John Pecks store. The Orel n . . I , (' ... 1 1 1 1 . . r 1 . 1 . uruint .jpinis imu ueuin. UICU, 111 Guilford, Vt. Mr. Steel, ngod GO, Tim circumstances of hit denth were those; On Wednesday, tho 0th March, ho pledged his axe nt a storo in Guilford fur six quarts of elder brandy, witn which lio went to the southwest part of the town. On Thursday ho was seen near an old. unoccupied bouse dead, lying on his back, his jug standing near him with about one pint of brandy re maininir. The Jury of Inquest' broui'ht in their vordict that ho came to his death by intempcrtnea and the cold weather. Ver mont I'hicnix Punnc Lvmis. ANoniEn movement. Mr, Bradish submitted to the IIouso, yes. tcrday, scries of preambles and resolutions, requesting our Senators nnd Rcprcsentn tivs in Congreris, to procure nn equitable distribution of llio public lands. A muliou o print, tiubinitlcd by Mr Currull, was ''vjativcd on the yruund we preeiiuic, that story and ccllcr below, i convenient for two stores or it may bo used as one fargo Btoro for extensive business. Thero are three largo Chambers, well suited for Offices, or mechanics' shops. It will be leased in whole or in parts, if application is made Soon, For terras apply to Win, A. Oris wold, Agent. for JIREIJ. DURKEE. Burlington April G, 1 830. .Etna Insurance Company. IrlRiHE subscriber continues to insure all v kinds of real and personal property as agent lor Raul Uoiupany, to whom up plication may at nil times bo made at his Office in Burlington. Tho established reputation of 'his Company fur Mability, minions nnu liberality in their ileolings. needs no further comiiieiiJatiou. Wm. A- (ilUtH'Ol.l. Iluilingtoii, April 'i, IH.lil. aro nice that ior grazing aim grain 11 11 hui surpassed by any other. JJAlMI.Li l All.VjIlll.l'. Georgia, April 2, 1830. 'F u 11 cl AN Pmrl.stirci.n BAR of CAST STEEL.' U Tho owner can have llio same bv appoint; io 1'. mAHKIIAM. Apiil7, 1S3G. T h o in s o n i a n Botanic INFIRMARY. H-vOCT. JinUBEA" WHICH Ell, A B rrcnt for Doctor Samuel Thomson, of Boston, has the Lleasureof inlorming tho inhabitants of Burlington, and the public generally, that ho intends opening an In firmary 011 the Thnmsonianjplan, in this vi lliirrr. in a few weeks. Ho may at pres ent be found at tho Green Mountain House, where ho will attend to all cans in 111s pro fess'mn. He has n large and general bb ...imMi nf l'hmnaonian Botanic Medt cincs, and family rights, which ho will dis pose of on reasonable terms. Doct. Whicher has been at great expense in attending Lectures in Boston and clso where, nnd boon in practico more than two years, during which period ho has spent . . . TV,. a 1'linniann (.nriiilnrnn n llino Willi i'wv-i. uu...ov.. the founder of this valunblo system. Burlington, March 30, K13G. GARDEN SEEDS, A t BOXES niESII (iAHUEN SEEDS, of clvf die Iki vi-.ut- unmili. J. II PECK, CO M .ii ii. 21, mt; NAVAL STORES TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION. mO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUG JL TION. at the Dock Yard at Lie Aut Abir. on TUESDAY the lOih Mav next ANCHORS, from 37 cwt. to ono cwt weight, 25 in number, Iron Ballast 197 tons. Beetles Caulking and Ilccming. Bells Watch. Blocks, Single, Double, Treble, Lon Taklo, Snatch and Purchase, of various sizes. Dead Eyes for Shrouds. Chain Cable and Chain Cable Gear. Cordago Cable and Hawser laid 7 1-2, 7, G 1-2,5, 8, 3 ! 2 1-2, vVc. cc. ALSO, THAT FAST BAILING VESSEL, TIIU ICICLE TENDER. Burthen 25 Tons, with Sails, Rigging, nnd other Mores complete. in frames. Rigging and Sails for C Gun Boats complete. Gun Boats' Ma6ts, Yards and Oars. Fire Engine and Fire Engine Gear. Forges and Forgo Gear. Glass, Stone Ground nnd Common. Hoops, Hooks, and Jiolts. lurning Lathe arid Tools for do Lead, and Load Vipe. Hand Pumps and Hand Pump Gear. Scales, Beams and Weights ; Screws and Stoves. A small quantity ofOak Pimber. with a rrrcat num ber of other articles of Naval Stores and Old stores. MONTREAL. To be sold al the J"aval Depot, Montreal r rt j 1 1 . ' 1 uy i-uoiic stucinn, on frKIJJYUSUAl the 31!mi of Man next : ANCHORS of various sizes, 12 in num ocr. ijiuin cables, iron Chest, Writin, Desk, bcile9, Beam, Weights : Canadta Stoves, aid other articles of Stores in flSB at the Depot. Salo to commence at Isle Aux Noix, at half past ten o'clock in tho morning, and at Montreal at oleven o'clock in the morninir A dcpositeof25 per cent, to bo paid at tho time of tho purchase, or tho Lot will bo resold and the Stores naid for within 14 days, nr.d removed within ono month after the sales, or the depoaito will bo forfeited to tnc urown. JOHN MARKS, In Chargo of Naval Stores. Kingston Yard, U. C. 2d Feb. 1 1130. t7Mny M AHMOUD, a novel in 2 vol, for rul by SMITH & HARItlNGTON FOR SALE. nriHE House ami lot, on Pearl street J- known as terms, apply to March 23, IC3G: the Storra place G. MOORE Fo Herds Grass Seed. THIS day received and for sale a quan t'ttv of Herds Grass Setd bv FOLLF.TT & BnADLEVS. Burlington Morch 14. 1837. FARM FOR SALE. Winoosld Patent Block Man ufacturing Company1.. rVIIIL Directors of this Company ice JL pcctl'ully inform their friends and tho v Maratimc public ofthc United Stales rcn- crally, that they have purchased the whola ol the establishment lormcrly known as tho Livingston Patent Block Machinery, with nil the extension ofthc patent righto recently granted by Congress lo Thomast Blnnchard, Et-q. tlio original inventor nnd patentee, together with all the late im. provemcnts made and patented by him. Thev have manufactured and now otter for sale n larco slock of machine mndr). solid, common and bushed Ship's Tackle Blocks, from 5 to 0 inches, and machine made Plank Blocks, from 7 to 10 inches, and other articles on reasonable terms. They further inform tho public that they have made arrangements for removing their machinery from Now York to the site of a new mill with an GO horse power water wheel built expressly to receive it, at Burlington, Vt. in the heart ofa coun try abounding with the finest and best of limber for their purposewhence they in tend sending to tho New York market h large, constant, and rcgularsupply of these and other articles in tho Block making line. They further add that it is their intention to increase the machinery so as to meet tho present nnd future demands of the blockmaking trado and m am time public throughout the United States. This Company has lately been incorpo rated by the Stato of Vermont with a largo capital expressly for this purpose. A larco discount will be allowed to llio trade, and a liberal discount to ship chand lei es and othors. CTOrdcrs addressed to William Serrcll, supcriutendant at tho company's office and store, No. 84 South street. N. York, will meet duo attention. Burlington, 21st March, 183G. DISSOLUTION. THE firm of Wood & Abbott wa by mutual consent disolved on the 22d inst. Tho books and dcmand of tho con cern, will Remain in tho hands of T. H. Wood, at the old stand of tho Hardware Store, where settlement and payment, without reservo will bd required previous l- the 15th day of April next Particular contracts excepted. ' THOS. H. WOOD JOHN, ABBOTT Burlington, March 21, 1036. The HARD WARE business, at th old Bland of Wood and Abbott, will bo continued by the subscriber who takes this opportenily to express his grattitudc, to the friends' and customers of tho late firm, during tho six years he has conducted the business. He Solicits their further Pat ronage; nnd will make it his endoavor by close personal application and an enlarge. rnont of tho business, which he has 111 contemplation nn the opening of navigation to make the establishment meet tho wants and wishes of the public. P. II. WOOD. Burlinglon March 21, 1836. THE subscribers as executors o THOMAS STORM, deceased, lalo of tho city of New York, of fer forsale the Furm in Williston, Chittenden county Vt. being part ofthc farm formerly owned and occupied by Giles Chittcndon, r.sq, deceased, and lately occupied by Ins widow, containing about 135 acres. On the premises is a large substantial two story Brick Dwelling House, two Barns. and two Orchards. Part ot the tract Is Woodland, with some choice Timber, making it a very desirable farm. For further information apply to Wm. A. Griswold, Esq. at Burlington, Vt. or to oithcr ol the subscribers per mail. C. F. llUNKOll, , C. J. MANNING, s luxcculors' New York. Jan' 'y 22, 183G. N. B. If tho above farm should remain unsold, the same will bo leased on reason able terms for one year from tho 1st day of April next. Application to be mado to WM. A. UlUSWULl). Agent. LYMAN tS COLE AVE received 100 prs. India Rubber OVER-SHOES, from tho largest to the emallest tizes a very desirable ar tide at this season of the year. ALSO A few bushels of first quality of HERD'S UJiASS SUKU. l-eh. 2G, l3ti. Umbrellas, Canes and Riding Whins. TJLACK, Blue, Green, and other col.'orcd, JLP Silk and Cotton Umbrellas; Black walk inr Canes. Sword Canes: Ivoiv and crolden headed Canes, small walking bticks; Riding Whips, fee. at the variety -hop. Panouorn ii Brinsmaid. DISSOLUTION. rjnHE firm of Aubott, Woon &. Co. JL wns by mutual consent disolved on the 22d inst, Domandi due us are in tin hands of John Abbott, and Fettl-:nent of a'l (special contracts excepted,) is request ed without delay. All Furniture debts againat us will be presented immediately. J'JIUN AllUUt I T. II. WOOD D. K. PANGBORN March 2 1. 133G. CABINET and CHAIR MAKING will bo continued at tho old stand, where the public may be assured of always find ing a large assortment of the best work on hand, lo be sold on the most liberal terms. JOHN ABBOTT D. K. PANGBORN Burlington March 21, 1836. DISOjLUTION. riTIHE Copartneship heretofore existing JL under tho firm of Loomis, Smith and Co is this day dissolved by mutual agreement. Ci. C. LOOMIS V. SMITH B.SHATTUCK R. LILLIF. C. CLARKE Tho business will hereafter bo continued under tho firm of JANES, SMITH Si Co. and all business of the lalo firm scttlod by them. Burlington March 9, 1836- OLD RINGS, wide and narrow, made xJT in good style, nt the Variety Saop PANftnonN & BiUNSMAin. TO TANNERS. TrxrrANTED bv the subscriber, by the V first of April next, one or two good Journeymen Tanners, who will lind em ployment for the Season, bv applying to E. C. Loomis. Burlington, Pearl St. March 11, 183G. j Take particular Notice. mllE Subscriber being under the neccs. X bily of Collecting all his dues this Spring, would respectfully pay to all tho3o indebted to him that their notes and nc. counts must bo settled and paid by the first day of April next. J. MITCHELL. Burlington. Mnrch 10 183G. NOTICE. THE subscriber tikes this method to inform those indobted to him thnt their nbtcs and accounts now duo, must be paid by the first day of April next, or they will bo left for collection. N. B. Thoso who have contracted to pay in wood or grain must be punctual, or money will be exacted. JOHN K. GRAY. Burlington. March It. 1830. ritUK AMERICAN IN ENGLAND, by the author ol "A year in spam ' vol-, lui sale by SMITH & HARRINGTON March !l. FARM FOR SALE. The valuable farm owned, and occupied by Nathan Allen Esq. deceased, situated in the imme. diate vicinity of Williston Vil lage, is hereby offered for salo. on terms advantageous to the purchaser, aliould tho farm remain unsold until the tenth day of of April next, it will then be exposed ot auction under a license of sale, from thu Probate Court, and will bo sold lo tho highest bider, on the 14 day of tho same April, nt two o'clock P. M. nt E. Chilton dens hotel in Williston, to complete the settlement ofthc estate, nf said deceased. DAVID FRENCH, Administrator de bonis non. Williston Feb. 2..183G- TO RENT. THE STORE and DWELLING next door cast of Smith Si Harrington's Book Store, on College-street. H. LEAVENWORTH. March 15, 1836. STATE OF VERMONT, i Grand Isle District, ss. Al a Probate Caurt holden at the Probate Office ir. North Hero in said district on the lOfi day of February, A. D. I03G. Present the Hon. Joel Allen, Judge. It is ordcrod by said Court that notice bo given to all concerned, thai the Probato Office for said district will be kept in future al tho dwelling house, of Augustus Knight in North Heroin said district, nnd that tho Court will hold tluir stnted lessions nt tho dwelling house of Jed. P. Ladd, in North Hero on the th'rd Monday in every month hereafter, frum 0 o'clock in the forenoon to -l o'clock in ihe nltuiiuion By order ul Cum. AUGUSTUS KNIGHT, Cc.