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St. Johns Hotel &
Continued by Mrs. WATSON No ex
cttion spared to merit n cuntmuanco or
public patronage. Baggage) carryed to
and from the ktcam boats.
St. John, slMay, 1 030.
Waddingtoii Superfine Flour.
ar-,luELS rr"h 9uper
66 Barrels Fresh Fine
40 d.i. do. Fine Middlings.
Just rcccivtd and fnr
JASON C. PEIRCE.
St. Johns, May 0. 11138 ,
ONLY 2 I 1 cents per lifjht fur window
sash wliuro 50 windows arc Fold, or
2 3-4 cents for a less number ! warranted
to bo equal if not superior to any mannfac
t tired by band, for sale by tbo subscriber,
north side the Coutl-ltnmr Sqiinrc.
Burl'mclm. Mm 10. 1836.
BTieicc superior clover teed, just rc
ccived and Tor pale by
Mav It. 1836.
JOURNEYMAN CABINET MA
X KER, wanted immediately by
ABBOTT fi. PANGBORN.
Burlington. May 12. 1836.
TvnrT nF.NJAMIJf THOMPSON, foun
A3 dcr of the Concord Botanic Infirmary,
feeling a deep interest in the cause ol sutler-
ing humanity, and, delcrnnnea 10 uso m ui
...nci Tiriintis to comnlete that reform in
medical practice, which has already so glor i
ously conimcncco, nas opcni-u an iin"
the Mansion House, on Builington square.
Thn minnralleled success which has attend.
ed his pia'clico in New Yotls, lloston and Con.
cord, in wlucli places lie nin imu nuverui uwu
-..,,1 nuiinnu under hiscatc. (more, probably
than any other practitioner in the civilized
world in tbo same lime.) will ho a sufficient
guaranty of the confidence of the intelligent
citizens of Vermont. Those ho are acquaint
ed with tho Thompsonian system of practice
from personal knowledge, need no commend-
tin., nf its imlv wonderful virtues. "To
such, (as says the' venerable Dr. Benj. Water-
lionef. fnr manv vcars iirofewor of .Materia
ihn llnivcrsitv of Cambridge) it is
ilm nnchcir of hone till) most invaluable of
I ..It r.F uiilnocBllnr lie
the part of coinninn tense una ciscrcinui.
tanir I'll vxiciai uii-cimi mid uuliiaid.
Doit. "Thump ilthiiiiab hu is unwilling
In assume mid defend the imil-prautiuo which
has clntracteri-ed some of tho pretended
Thiiiiipsoiiiaii practitioners, seeks nuf to hide
himself from public scrutiny, but solicits free
and fair discussion, and a fair comparison ol
,F . I -
ho lioianic wiiii me niiiitiui . ......
.. i,n ii-a r,l,L.-.. s ilnsired. and has repeal-
in Lin rnrmnr mm tnii nicalious to the
i.-iinrtrnii ihn rpT i ar i vs u ai s u u
- ii.n ninrii, n meir rLMiuuuTi.
systems. Ito who cauuioiy uiigujjca -investigation
cf the syslcm.will find its theory
vi disease simple, yet supported by sound
reasoning its practice based upon, and in
accordance with that theory, simple yel effect,
ual, and the success that has attended it,
wonderful beyond any thing which lias pre.
ceded it in the history of medicine.
The Female Depaitment of Iho Infirmary
it constantly under the s.uperintcndance of a
female, who is competent to perform all the
,i-.i;u .suinnrit in lhat dcnartuicul.
Terms I'hreo dollars per week for board,
and three dollars for each course of medicine,
andifonly one coursu proves necessary, one
dollar extra is charged.
No accounts will bo opened. 1 aymcnl
mint, in nil cases, be mado in advance.
N. B. A geuoral assortment or genuine
Botanic Medicine, for sale, togolh-sr with sev.
eral works on the Botanic System, which have
nnl haftim lieen nfleri-d to the nublic, for Which
Doct. Thompson and his brother in Boston,
ro role agents for tho principal part of the
New England States. Further particulars
NEW AMERICAN GARDNEIl-con.
taining practical directions on the cul
ture of Kruil and Vegetables, including land,
scapes and ornamental Gardening, Grape
Vines, Silk. Strawbeiiic--by Thomas G.
Fessenden, editor New England Farmer, for
saleoy Smith Si llArr.tsoTON.
May 4. 1826.
NE ELEGANT ASTRAL bAflir
fjriLalovery low liv
C. WAINVVKIUU 1'.
Burlington, April 22. 11)30
jllE Sub-criber ha received Irnm tne
Grand Island a largo Asorlmciil oi
which he is anxious to sell al a small ad
vance from cost
25 Barrels fine Salt.
25 Bushels Herds Gra6s Seed.
50 Bushels Peas,
20 Bushels White Beans,
50 Bushels Wheat,
300 lbs Ball Butter,
2000 lbs Smoked Shoulders and
600 lbs Smoked Hams.
Burlington, April 15, 1036,
A LARGE and splendid assortment just
rcceivd from the manufacturer A- for sale
THE Steam Boats on Lnko Champlain will
run in tho following order until further notice,
leaving each end cf tho Lake at ona o'clock,
Cant. RICHARD W. SHERMAN,
Will If.ne Whitehall eiery
and St. John etrry
Capt. DAN LYON,
Will lenvc Wliheh ill every and St. Johns citry
Wednesday If Thursday 6e
The Franklin is again fitted in perfect order
for busbies and is too well known to require
further notice. The Fhamix having been
wUlldrowii from lliu lino. Ok. proprietor liavo,
during the part winter added thirty two feel
in length to the Winooski have also added
new and poweiful machinery piving her in
creased speed, and havo otherwise fitted her
up to tako her station in the line, in a Myle
of comfort and neatness which, it is hoped,
will satisfy the publ c. She has a dining cabin
forty twofecl in length, and also ample ac
commodations for ladies.
Burlington, April I83G.
STATE OF VERMONT, )
Om.EAr Coontv. ss.
County Court, December Term. 1385.
WHEREAS, at the Term aforesaid,
Gamaliel Tavlor nf Hydcpark, ad
ministrator of John W. Daniel, late of said
Hydopark, deceased, had pending in said
Court his action of sei. facias, against Jo
nas Monro, late of said Hydcpark, selling
forth, that on the first Thursday of June
1831, John W. Daniel by the consideration
nf Joseph W. SufrVd recovered judgment
against said Jnnas Moore, for twenty two
dollars fif'iy cents damages nnd two dollars
ninety live cents cost-', on which execution
issued and was levied on rsal estate and
returned satisfied, which said real estate
turned out to be not I In; property of said
Moore, so that no actual satisfaction of said
execution ha been received, therefore the
slid Moore is required to shew cause why
the said Taylor, administrator as aforesaid1,
should not have execution against him for
his debt, damages nnd costs aforesaid.
And it not appearing that I lie said Jonas
Moore has had personal noMco of the pen
dancy nf'this t-uil, It U therefore ordered,
that the ftibslancc of the Plaint ill's decla
ration, together with this order bo publish
ed in the Uiirlinglnii Freo Press, printed at
lliirlingliiii, thicc weeks successively, the
last piililicatinn to be at least three weeks
bi'turt! tlo- ni'Xi term of this Court, to be
holilin at Irasburgli on the third Tuesday
of Juno next, which will be deemed suffi
cient notice to said Moore to appear and
defend if lie sec cause.
By tinier nf Court.
SA.M'L C. CRAFTS. Clerk.
THE subscriber proposes lo
sell or exchange fur a place in
iho village, his HOUSE and
LOT about three fourths of a
milu south of the Court House. The
premises consist of a good two Blnry house,
barn, sheds and other out buildings, and
two acres ol land. The place is pleasantly
located nil the Shclburn road, commanding
a full viewnfthe Lake and thn surrounding
country. To any one desirous of purchas
ing, the present is n very fawiroble nppnr
i unity, as the properly will be suld low, and
the terms of payment made easy.
Also for Sale,
one or two goud COWS, if applied for
Burlington, April 20, ll!36. 3w
STATE OF VERMONT,
Chittenden County, ss. )
Milton, Wpril 4th, 1836
MH HE subscriber bavin" taxes unpaid in his
JL hands against one Rosicell Smith, late of
said Milion and now residing without tho
Slate, and having made diligent search fur tho
goods and c'initi l-i of tbo said Smith and can
find none within mv precinct whnrenn to mako
distre-s. I therefore, hy virtuo of the Tax Hill
whereuntn lo mo directed, luvy and ex
tend the same nn the Smith half of Lot
Nn. 5 in the thud division, and drawn to the
uiginal right of Philip Frerch, which will bo
sold at public vendue, at Warren Sibley's Ion
in Milton, on Ihe2llth day of May. A. D, 1836,
at one o'clock, P.M. or so much of it as shall
bo iiocoHMiry to falisl'y the following rates or
I axe, together with my feen. assessed against
the said Smith, to wit: Town Tax voted
.March I2'h. A.D. 1828, by the inhabitants of
the town ol Milion aforesaid, in which the
said Sniilli is assessed in the sum of $ 03
Also Stale School Tax, which was put into
mv hands fur collection January Lt, A. 0.
1829, in which said Smith i assessed in the
uin of $i 07 Also, Statn Tax, grained by
the Legi-laturo of the Stale of Vermont al
their October session, A.D. 18211, in which said
Smith is assessed in the sum of iO 00 Also,
Town Tax voted Mach I lib, A.D. 1829. by
the inhabitants of the town of Milton, in
which said Smith is assessed in the sum of
$1 43 Also Stato School Tax, put into my
lianas lor collection 5lh January, A. U. 1830.
in which said inilh is asi-ctmiri in the sum of
t0 92 Also Male Tax granted by the Legii
lature ol the State ol Venn .nt at their Ucto.
ber sossien, A.D. 1829, in which said Smith is
assessed in tho sum of .$0 92 Also Town tax
voted March 1 1th, A. U. 1830, in which said
Smith is assessed in tho sum off I 53 Also
Slate School tax, put into my hands for col'
lection Dec. 31st. A. D. 1830, in which said
Smith is assessed in tho sum of JO 91 Also
Slate tax granted by the Legislature of the
Stain nf Vermont at their Octobor session in
A.D. 1830, in which said Smith is assessed in
ih aiim of 10 9l.-and also, town tax voted
March I5lh, A. D. 1831, by the inhabitants of
the town ol Milton atoresaio.in wmcu ino.aiu
Roiwoll Smith is assessed in the sum oi Si u
JOHN M. UbWIil,
Constsbla and Collector.
Burlington High School.
rATallK next term ofinsliuclion in this Insti
tulion will cninnienco on MONDAY the
IClli ins!. Instruction will bo given as usual,
in those branches which nro rcquisito to qual
ify young men, cither lor admission into col.
lege, or for any of tho departments of business.
Tuition is $5 00 per quarlcr, and tbo Inciden
tal expenses amount to a sum not exceeding
J.C. SOUTHMAYD, Principal.
Burlington, May 4lb. 1836.
For Spring and Summer.
THE subscribers have opened and arc
now receiving a verv extensive ns.
sortmcnt of STAPLE AND FANCY
for the Spring and rummer trade, enmpris
tug black, blue, green, olive, brown,
Adt'hah, mixed and innlbring Brond
cloths ; black, blue, prrrn. drab and mixed
ca'simeres; Padding. Duck Buckram-. Sil
iscns; double and siiigleFniiiidatioris,Ait;er.
lean bunk do ; Bonnet boards, wound wire,
ginghams. calicoes, prints, Frrnch muslin,
priiitod tniisltns, ChalleycttF, cambrics. Jn.
chnniietts; book, Swiss, and mull Muslin,
lig'd, corded and plain muslins; black, bltiu.
and blue black colored India sewings. Am
ilo. black ass'd and brown linen thread,
Clark, and Taylor's sup. sewing cotton,
knitting colioii, white andiuix'd, while blk.
random mixed, corded, clocked and open
work, cotton and silk hosiery, horse skin,
kid, silk, cotton and linen gloves. Flagg
and Pongee silk hdkfs ,- white and plaid
collon and silk cravats, 3 4 5 & 6.4
bleach'd cotton. 3 4 5 & 6.4 brown do.
4 & 6.4 ticks; 3 4 6 7 & 8 4 blk, while,
nnd red merino shawls. Leghorn and straw
bonnets; French &. Am. kid end morocco
slips and garter bnots ; walking shoes ;
hnglish and Am. Ingram, carpetings.
straw do. Ribbons, Hdkfs, sin wis die. &c.
for sale low, by
D. W. INGERSOL fc CO.
Church st. May 5.
18th April, 1836.
HOWARD has just returned from New
York and brought with him very many
SPRING GOODS-Such no CALICOES,
MUSLINS. CAMBRICS, SILKS,
LACES. RIBBONS, SHAWLS,
Hdkfi. Bonnets, $e India Rubber Aprons.
With a great variety of Fushionablo and
seasonable articles, which will be sold al the
accustomed regular advance ofthe Quick and
cheap low price system.
Give in your Lists.
ALL persons liable In taxation in the town
of BURLINGTON, who have not given
in their Lists, ate notified that thoy are liable
to be two-folded, and will be, unless their lists
are handed in forthwith.
April 28, lh36.
Farmers and Mechanics Bank.
THE Stockholders are hereby notified
that an instalment of Ten Dollars,
per share, on the Capital Stock of the Bank
is required to bo paid at the Banking House
in Burlington, m I lie first dayol July next.
Liy order ol I In; r resident and Direc
tors. .T HOCKLEY, Cashier.
April 20, 1836. tlju
ESSAY ON GOTHIC ARCHITEC
TURE, with various Plans and Draw-
ings for Churches, designed chtcflv for the
use of the clergy Quarto, by John II.
Hopkins, D. D. Bishop of the Diocese of
Vermont, jimi published and fnr sale by
DJUIlti if HJiliHIJSUTUN
Wholesale and Retail.
April 15. 1836.
rriHE subscriber has jnt received from
.L the Foundry nf J. D. Ward, Ver
gennes, No. 2 and 3
Rotary Cooking Stoves &
Trimmings ; Box do.
Ploughs, &c. &c.
which are offered fur sale for cash or ap
P. S. He wishes to call the attention nf
the I'Cnnomical. lo thn fuel and labor-saving
prnppriies nf the Rotary Stove, nnd its
peculiar adaptation as a Summer Cooking
Stove. By the use nf the grate, n very
Miiall amount ut fuel is required fnr the
culinary iip-raiiins of any faintly ; les by
rule half. It is bflievfi), than is required bv
any n'lier S'nvc in iisi Its form and
height i such thai it admits of h.'ing ids
red in tin fire places nf ordinary kilclion-.
so that must nt the heat and effluvia from I'
passes iifFby the chimnoy. Tin saving nf
fitiil cfT-cted bv iho Improved Rotary, in
one year, nver lhat nf almost any other
Cooking biovc. is lully equal to its co-t
boiili-s tin: superior facility and care wi'li
which the several culinary operations are
performed with it.
Also, Tea and Martin Kettles of variour
sizes, cast exprcsrly for tin" Stnv,
Burlington, March 31, 1836.
FARM FOR SALE.
THE subscribers as executors o
THOMAS STORM, deceased
late of the city nl'New York, of
fer lor sati- thn Farm in Wilhstnn, Chittenden
county Vt. being part ofthe farm formerly
owned and occumed bv Giles Chittenden.
Eq. deceased, and lately occupied by his
widow, containing about 135 acres. On
the premises is a large substantial two
story Brick Dwelling House, two Barns.
and two Orchards. Part nf the tract Is
Woodland, with some choice Timber,
making it a very desirable farm.
For further information apply to Win.
A. Griswold, Esq. at Burlington. Vt. or lo
either o the subscribers per mail.
C. F. BUNNOR.) ,
C. J. MANNING. EItcutort'
Neto York. Jan'y 22, 1 836.
P ,ne "bovo farm should remain
unsold, the same will ba !eiH nn rflaunn.
able terms for one year from tha 1st day
of April nxt. Application to ba made to
m. A. UKIRWOLD. sitt
The Trcmont Military Band, during the hours of
(j The performance of the circle to commence
This splendid collection
Burlington, on FRIDAY, and
of Exhibition will be, from 1 to
In addition to me animals above enumerated, mo iuenagerie emuraces me louowing rare
catalogue: Young Elephant, the smallest ever offered for exhibition in the United State; ;
male Kangaroo ; male Porcupine ; Dromedaries; Polar Bear ; large Elephant ; African Os
trich; Peruvian Lama; pair of Pelicans ; spotted Hyenas ; Monkeys; gigantic Crane; Bad
ger ; Vultures ; large Chamois ; Zebras ; Jaguar; two humped Camel ; Macanco ; JVorth
American Bear ; Lynx ; pair of Emeus ; Cassowara, &c. &c. The keeper will enter tho cago
with the Lion and Lioness and Lepoards, four animals in one cage, and with a pair of Royal
Tigers, at 3, P. M.
Orj There will also be
tion of Wax Figures, Comic Singing, &c. Doors of admittance from the inside of tho cara
van. Admittance 12 1-2 cents.
N. B The above will
19th, and at Milton Falls, on
THE subscriber intending to lenvc town,
oflor.-i for snle at a reasonable pric.
and nn iiccoinuiodating terms, the HOUSE
and LOT whi-rn he now resides, corner nf
Shelhurn and King streets. The situation
for n bus-mess man, but particularly a Phy
ician, is not surpisscd by any in t lie Vil
lage. The buildings, compri-ing a dwel
ling House. Ollice, Bam and Wood House,
are all in the best condition ; and the land,
containing between three fourths and one
acre, well storked with fruit trees, the
whole being enclosed with a new and sub
Also The House and Lot next past of
the subscriber's residence. corner of Cnurch
and King streets, containing a liandsiunR
garden Lot. and enclosed with a new board
Jo, P.w Nn. 38 and CO in S. Paul's
Church Also, a Scholar-lop m ihe Uni
versiiy of Vermont, fnr 75 cah down.
Burlington, April 19, 1 1136. 3w
grftllE sub-cribcrs wish to con'racl for One
leSL Million nfllricks.tn Undelivered on north
side nf Ontonltiver.iit CnlcheMcr Falls '.00..
000 to he delivered by 20th June and 500.000
hy 201 li -4ugu-l next. Written propnuals for
making and delivering the Bricks will be re.
cieved until ISlli .'Jpril int. The Bricks when
burnt inin-l be 8 inches long. 4 inches wide,
and 2 inches thick. .4lso, for 200,000 feet of
pine and spruco Boards and Plank. 41o,
100,000. White Pine Shingles,
JOHN BRADLEY, S CommiiMs.
WYLLYS LY.M.JN, )
Burlinston, April 6, 1836.
20 O Bushels Wheat,
300 Bushels Rye,
for sale hy T. F. 6V. W. L. STRONG.
THE HARMON HOUSE, on Pearl
street. Possession given on the (at
of April. Apply lo II. Lcavbnwobth.
March 8, 1836.
BRASS CANDLESTICKS, SNUF
FERS tc TRAYS, at the Variety
Shop of P.AM5Bor-r & Bri.ibmaip,
April 50, 1B3,
exhibition, will enliven the iieribrmance with a variety of popular airs, selected from the best ninsters.
at 3 P. M., after which the animals will be fed. For further particulars see large bills In tl.
TICKETS OF AEMISSION 20
CHH.DIU3N undo: io vsARs or age nAtr -
on own soaram ruurjoczmoB.
TliW snimal has Iten a subject of much
sucwyon among n.iturclitfs. It has hi
i- flnl, by WelejfMj Commentaiirs. rs
the Uaicorn of Holy Writ, ns mentisned ai d
described ir ihe lny "f Joh. This eainn!
certainly vnnlt.i next u. the Klepiiant in size,
nnd many enters dmuidcr him equal in bulk,
lie osuaUy fourvi .ixiut Vi feet long, nn.l
tlw circumfe.'viif'f of the Ixidy nbot.t eiju.' to
the ii-nyi'i, or.d bis height about 8 feet, lit
is a natue of Asia aiid Africa, and is usually
found in thine eitnr.sivc forests that are f're
qaesied by Uic rlcpliiint, Lion and Royal Ti
per, and bi'l.sisis entirely on vpgetable food.
The ovc here offered for inspection it the first
Living Uhinne.-os ever brought u Hits country;
he is f vmrs old, his weight is J-'nut Viouvmi
Ttco flm-tfd Povnd$ Ire vs taken at th
foot of one of (be Himalaya roourntaica.
of rare and curious Animals, will be opened to the public at
SATURDAY, the 20th and 21st of May, instanl. The lioum
3 o'clock, on Friday, and from
1 il H V
exhibited at the same place and
also be exhibited at SafTord's in
MONDAY, the 23d.
Winooski Patent Block Man
rTMHE Directors of this Company res.
JL pcctl'.iUy inform their friend- and iho
Mural imo public nf the United Slates gen
erally, that they hnve purchased the whole
of the establishment formerly known as
tho Livingston Patent Block Machinery,
with all the extension ofthe patent rights
recently grnnlnd by Congress to Thomas
Bhinchard, E-q. tin: original inventor and
palen'er. together with all the late tin.
prnveiiieiiis uiadi! and patented by linn.
They have inaiiiifncturi'd ami now utter
fur sale a large stork nf machine made,
snlid, common nnd binhed Ship's Titrkl
Blmkt. from 5 In 9 inches, am! iiiaclutia
made Plank Blocks, from 7 In 16 inches,
and other articles on remonnh'e term.
They further inform the public that l hey
l.avu inndi! arrangement for removing
their machinery lioin New York In tbo
silent n new null Willi nn f!0 horse power
water wheel huill ei'preh-ly tn ri ceivo it,
nt Burlinglnu, Vl. in the heart nf a conn
try abounding with the finci-t nnd best nf
limber for their purpnse--whrnce they in
tend sending In tin! New York market a
large, constant, and regular supply nf iheso
and oilier articles in the Block making
line. They further add lhat il :s l heir
intentinn tn increase iho tnachinery sn ns
In meet the present nnd future demands nf
the blockmaking trndeand tnaralitne public
throughout the United Slates.
This Company has lately been incorpo
rated by the Slate of Vermont with a largo
capital expressly for thi purpose.
A largo discount will be allowed lo the
trade, and a liberal discount to ship chand
leies and ntheis. OTOrders addressed to
William Serrcll, superinlendant at Ilia
company's offico and elore, No. 84 South
street. N. York, will meet due attention.
Burlington. 31st March, 1836.
Fashionable Spring Goods.
LATHROP&POTWIN. are receiv.
ing from New York a few packages
European and American Dry Goods, suit,
ablo for Ihe Spring trade.
They are now opening one ease superb
French Muslins one do.
London Prints a few choico
Patterns if nailed for conn. Also, a fav
Pieces RICH PATTERN SILKS. Fancy
Handkft. &c. &c.
April 18, ISM,
10 to 12 and 2 to 4 on Saturday.
i L n t I J
on the same day, a large collec
Richmond, on THURSDAY, the
iEtna Insurance Company.
JjTUIE subscriber rniilinues In in-uru nil
ktndn nf real mid personal prnperty
ns ngeiit for said Company, to uhoui up
pliciltnn may nt all limes be made nt Ins
Ollic; in Burlington. Tic c.-iabli-hed
reputation nf ihis C unpany for stability,
fairness and liberality in their dojlngs.
needs no iurther cotuiucndaiiou.
Wm. A. Gihswoi.d.
Burlington, April 0, 1838.
THE SILK CULTURIST
AND FA RMERS' MANUA L.
Published monthly by the. Executive Com
millee oj the Hartford County Silk
Society, at 50 rci per
annum. Vol. I. If II
HE object nf iIih puhlicalion i to (lis
siininatoa Ihnrniigli kiini ledge of
the Silk hiHiness. Tin; cultivation of the.
Mulberry Tree ill nil iti. vanelies rearing
Silk WnriiH tin: production nf C .rnniu
reeling and maiiiifncluring Silk, and Dye
ing Hie same. The publication will con
tain n complete manual of I lie Silk Culluro
from sowing Ihe sued In preparing lor mar
ket Sewing Silk and 'lvi.-t mid will
keep the Culliinsl advi.-ed with legunl to
Ihe progns nf the enterprise Ihe liiruni
lion nf Sneicl tes, nnd Cnmpani s. Enact'
ments nf Legiflaiurra for Iho promotion
nf the object , nnd fuels, and experiments
of individuals. Il will also contain choice
articles nn new and inlcrcrluig subjects
connected with agriculture.
The Cui.TuntsT was commenced in A
pril last and there are now published Fire
Thousand Copies monthly, with a rapidly
increasing circulation. Arrangements havo
been made to f'urnifh the Tirst volume lo
those who make early application for tlm
Second. Each Volume will contain ninety
six quarto pages. One dollar forwarded i
F. u. Oomstock, Secretary. I Ini lord.
Conn, free of cxpenso will pay for hoili
volumes or fifty cents for Iho litter. The
second Volume commenced I ho first of
April. No subscriptions received tinlc
paid in advance.
Knowitiglhe great difjiouliy nf obtaining'
genuine Seed at a distance, Ihe Secretary
fifths Society will forward JFhite Italian
Mulberry Seed for 1000 Trees, in those whr
are subscribers in iho First Volume and
ordar the Second and to such ns eub.cribo
for both Volumes before tlis rct nf July
JJarfrd, CV. Afil IflS.