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ny such town clerk, llie prcBiding olhVer, afurc
KiiJ, siiall dolivcr such ccrlificato, so sealcd up, lo
tlio ahoriff of such cniiniy, who sliull perfitrrti tho
iciviccs iii ihis iict ciijninoil upnti tho couniy clorh.
Sec. 3. 'I'ho Couneil of Onsors sli.ill Imhl iholr
first mceting at lliu Slulu llouso in Montpelier, un
tho day nppoiiilcd hy tlie Conxl it n liun for Ihat pur
poac, stnil nolico froni Iho fiovonior nfiin'.sanl, ol
sucli oleclion, sliall be siillicient croilontials ul such
clmice.
Sbc. 4. Tlin Sccretury of St.ilo, sh.ill cansu tliii
act lo bn published in iwn now,p ipnrs iu cich
countv in tho Stale, wliere llioro aru so m.my, us
noon ns mny lo ufier Iho iiiljouiniiii-nt nT the pros.
cnt Li-g'wlainre.
Hec. 5. If llie fi''' cotntablo nr otimr prosiilmg
officerin'any town, shutl iug1ccl or lefuso lo pei
form nny oftlio ilulios requheil by Ihis arl, ninl he
convicted iheioofliy iho uuiiiily onuil ti (" 1 1 coun
ly in which hc resiilos, hu shull rnrfiMt ntid vi y ln
thu ircastirer of s.iid couniy n (ine of twunty ilol
;ird ii ml cust.
Scc. fi. If nny connty cloik or sheiiu" slnll ro
fuso or ncgloct lo purfonu llio diities rpqnired of
him liy this not, nml bc convii'leil thi'ieuf, hy llie
connty rourt of tliu counly m which lio rcitil 'S, he
sliull forfi'it mul pay lo llm Ironntrur of lliis slato,
u fino of one Imiidrod ihillurs, wnli cnst.
Hcc. 7. Thu presiding ollicorH ufori'suid slull ro
ceive for ihcir semcos m relurnhig s.i'ul wilcs, m
corils per milo, carh way, froni their rosprclivu
dwollings, lo llie residenco of the countv cloik, or
sherifl', lo whoni such rijlurn by Ihis act, is lo ln
mado; nml llmsuiil I'ntinty clerhs urnl Hhorill's nh.ill
receivo si ccnU a milo, iiii:h vvay fr tlioir Ir.ivpl,
nnd Iwo dallais and fifly ce'its pcr day while at
teniling lo lliu husiness of this nppoinliuent, tn bo
p.ud out oflho treasury of lliu stuto; aud tlin uu
ditor of accounts ugainsl llio nlalo is diu.'clrd lo
audil llio accounls of tlin counly r.lcrki nnd slicr
illii; and llio rounly olctlis sliall uudit llu; acrouuli
nf llio const.ililii'i nml ullier pii'.siding oliiot'rn, ninl
d r;i w ord ers a cco i d i ngly .
ppioved jN'dV. 3, 1817.
An nct rclalin; lo inlcrualional IJlerary and Sci-
inlilic uAclianges .
ii liercbi emicled, clc.
Tlio (lovornnr, 'liy and willi tiio mlvice oT llio
I'rcaidonl oftlio Scnale, aud llu: Spi'.ikiT of llio
Uonso nf lti'piesi.'ntaliiei, sliall uppnint f-oitic
suilalilt; pcrsoiiH lo act as ai;nnH iu l r J n-ni it tiriir
aml iKceirinj; all oliji-fls of iiilornatiiinal cvcli.ingu
Si'C. 2. Tlin sunioflivoliundiod dollars ii lieri'
liy appropriated, lo liu piid ont of auy inoiii'y in
ll'in ircasury not olhcru'no nppropiiaU'il, on ihe
nrdor ol'lhc ("iovcrnor, for llio purpoo oTdi fia iiij;
tlio rxppna of said ngi'iioy, for llio prcmoliou of
llio s) shJiii nf l.iirraiy anil ricii.'utifu: inlcinalioniil
oxcliaiiai'!', foiindud liy ,Vr. Viitivniatu, nnd vs
cliangt'd belwcun lli'n lalu and ullicr alca uf llie
Uninn.
Sur. 3. Thij act shall lal.c ulloct fioui ils pas
fac. Scc. 4. Tlio said iigpnN sliall tnako rcport of
llicir doiug'i liy viitue of iliis act lo llio ucM (iun
rral Asscnibly, on iho fnst dny of llio scsion
llicrcof.
Approvcd ov. 12, 1SI7.
An act inaddiiion lo llu: scveral achnnw in foicc,
lo cncouranu and proumte agiicullurc.
11 is hcrcbij cincc, elc.
Scc. 1. l.io uiiiinals, llio growtli of any fo r e i ; n
stntc or ciimitry, wliicli liatc Ih:cii owned, aud
kcpt in any couniy iu lliis slali! for llie lnrin of si
inonlli.4, provluiiH ni ils ,'iiiniial anriciiluiral fair,
aro liereliy placed on llio sainti fiiuiinjr, and niav
receivo llio sme prciuiu'iii, on lliu sainu cniuli
tions, as livo au'uiials wliicli are llie grpwth uf siicli
couniy.
Sec. 2. An act cnlilk'd "an act inaddiiion loan
acl to oiLCOuranu and proinnto ngiirulluro," np
pnncif Oct. :.j, A. I). 1845, is liorcby repealcd.
Appiovcd Nok. 13, 1817.
Rciolntinn, relativo lo nhcritir; llie Constiiution.
HnsolvGd l-y llio Senale nnd llouseof lli'pre
fentnlives, llmt lliu Corts-tiUil'mn nf lliis plale ouglil
to bo o nhcrcd aud iimended, llial llio iiasiilunt
Judijea of tliosevcral couniy I'nuiH, tlio liaihllji,
and atato's ntlnrnn4 ofllie sovituI counlics, be e
leclfd by llicfrpcmcn ofllicir ivnpectite rniintiea,
and llial tlio Judges of probalo lio plected by llio
freenicn of llmir rcspcclive prolialo districls, nnd,
nlso tliat Jusliccs ol llm ni'aco in lli'n SIuIb, bo e-
locted, bv llio ficcmen of the t'lwus in wliicli llie)
roblOt;.
And bc it furlher resolvcd, tli.it tlio Couneil nf
Ccnsnrs, ncxt lo bo tlioscn iu thu Slalu are rc
ipiestcd lo proposo Iu llie ppoplo of lliis .Slate, by
way of ainenduicnt nnd allcralinii of lliu prescnl
conslil ntion , llm aduplinu of tlie principleH sct
fbrlli in I lio aliuvo rcsohilion.
Iiiiporlniil from Mnxico.
The Iioslon Travollcr of Tuesilay nvciiins cnu
l.iins llie follovviiig very inipiirlaut and inlurus'ing
inlcllignnco froni .lcico, coiniminicalei) liy telo
grapli froni iow Voilt. W'e aro indelilcd to
Alossrs Clough aml Wiatl, as usual,fer llio papcrs
conlaiuing lhii ncw-i.
Aiio Vork, Dcc. 21, A. M.
Annrriialat New Oilcans lias brunght dalos
froni Vcra (,'ru. to llie 7tli iiiit., wliicli is a foit
niglit lalcr llian prrv inus ailviccs.
Tlic news ii, tliat (Iun. fianla Auua lias is"iied
a prouunciaim'iilo aga'msl tlio c.i-ning (ImenniiiMit
of Mt'sico, and callnd for 0000 Uoops lo reunip
1110 ar. 1 1 is preseni force was only about 11)00
nicn; aud willi tlfw lilllc ariny lia war llireali'iiing
Congrc?, a niajoiity of tho iiiutiiburs of wliicli
wero disposed lo pcaco.
Tlio militnry at Uucrclnin, it waa rumorcil, liad
dcclared in favor of Hanla Annn.
In tlio nieanlimo tluncial tfcnlt liad dcputed
(Icii. Worlli, willi a strong force, lo iiiiiipIi lo
Uucretaro, the prcscut iMexicnn seal nf (i(ii:rn
nient, for Iho purposo of prntccliug ('ongrcss in
llieir pparcful delibcratioiH.
Annya had bcen elecled I'rpiidcnl an inlcrim,
1111 llu: Slh (if.lanuary, Thowhulu nfthc Ailmin
istralion wero said lo bo in favor nf peace. A
Coiiimisiion, couiposed of Cnnln, Aii-la, ('ucra
nnd Kincon, had been sonl ln llie cily of Mexicn,
to ec-opeii npgolialioni for ppace; liut lihdinz
tliat .Mr. Trist'B powors had Iipoii roiokcd, iho
coiimiinioncri reiurned lo uuerelaro. ll was
rumorcd tliat (lencral Scolt Iku refcrred the mul
terto tho I'rcsident oflho Cniiod Slalos.
At llie hiHl acniniii'i, (Jcn. I'llitola was at (J.norc
taro wilh n force of 2U00 nicn, and riun. llusta
incntc at Uuunajuata, willi
A tnercliandiso train, consUiingof 31 wngons,
on ihn road fiom l'uebkl lo Mexieo, hail liecn cap
tured liy gueiillas iinder (len. 'U'n and 'I'oirpjon.
fion. I.nne wunl in piimuil of the guerilla., and
ovsrtoolt anil had a (islit willi ilicin at Tlncala.
killing 17 guerilhn nnd laking 13ollicer prisoners.
iMostoftliu wagom lilte wiin wern rotnknn'
Tlia Slato of Uajica had declnri'd lUelf hnslile
to negnlialionj for pcaro wlnlc the Ainerican forcci;
occnpied Muxican lerrilory.
A propoiilion hid Wcn mado iu Iho f'ongroiii
of Mexico, lo dtprivo llie Kxecntivii of llio powcr
of nlionatiiig any part oftlio Aloxican trrulory hy
Ircaly, but llie projiositinn was tejcclcd.
(iun. I'iitlcrnou's train lcfl Jnlapa on llie Solh
Ii 1 1 . PrewoPS lo hi-i dcpartiiro, fieu. V. Inul paused
two Amenicnn (aiuslria lo bo liung, for hilluiz a
Moxican boy. Twrl Jlexiran ollicen had alno
boon liun? hy Iih ordcr, for coiniiianding guerilla
parties whilo nn ihcir p.irole.
A Irain of 80D0 rncii, iinder fiert. Iluller, had
loft Vcrn Cruz for Iho cily nf Mnxico. U'lmn llmy
iliould arrive, Gcii. Scolt would Imve lorne ol"'.r),'
000, lcn. Scolt had issupd oidors ngainsl llie cxpor
tntinn nfbullion fiom Mexico, till n ihity liad hecii
fixed upon.
A skprniish liad lakcn placc near Vcra Cruz hc
twocn the l.oiiH'mna Voluiltccrt nnd a pnrty of
gucrillas. Oflho laticr, 0 wero killed and S lakcn
pnsonnrs.
(Jcncrala Worlh and I'dlow, nnd Pnl. Diincan,
it is atiiicd, hnd hccn arresled by Gcncrrtl Scolt,
for dUrcspeciful lnnj;un!;o uscd liy ihcm lownrd.i
iho Coininandcr-in-Cllicf, in ceitain corrcspon
denco. Nftw YortK, t)cc. 23. 7
Thursday,-8o'clock, P. M. 5
Wc scnd you somo piinicuhtrs of Mcxbnn ncw.
wliicli havo come lo us hy mnil,
ffcnn. Worlh and I'illiiw wero nccusnl hy Oeli.
Scolt of writting lcllcrs wliicli wero publis'hcd in
tho UniledSlnre.-r.
(icn. I'illow pitulished a cai'd ilenyiug tlio impii
tatinn. !cn. Worlli prefprrcd cliargci a'gaunl ficn S'coll,
iiul llm la lcr arrestcd liiin for coutcnipi
(!en I'illow was received in thoThealre ni Me.t
icn willi ciilhiisiajlic vhccrs fur lilui aud (lennral
Worlh.
Veia Oruz, ut lliu prescnt tirrio, ita (iiitu url
heallhy,
Tlic ariny wnii vpry iiiuch excilcd,
Thu imnlilU'd liirill' had bi'conio vory popular,
nml iiiprchinls wnru fnrwarding largo (jiiaiitities of
oodi inin iho inlerinr.
'Iho liidian iinntroclioii was picading lliioiigh
niit Vucalau.
I'lfleen thuiiaiid iiwnrgcnts wero ovprrnnning
iho couulry,and thu ouimncicu of OaiiipuiKdiy vvhh
p.iraljzed.
(ii'ii. Vilkninl, llm Alexiran Sociclary of Wnr,
liad huon nccun'd of tru.iMiu hy re.non of his fa
wiriuz a poacn.
It h snow ititr liero. (New Vork.)
Intollijpiu'iriroiii Sl. Luuis up u iho 22d inst.,
has been reocivtid.
Mr, lipid h.id nriivcd froni S.inla l'o,, hringiii"
oighleiMi ila4 lnler iulolligeiico.
Thu linii'n llial wont.ioulhward couiinillcd inany
acts uf wnl.'iicc on llio peoploin lliu lowor portion
oftlio Tcriilory.
Tho Ap icha Indinns rli.irgpd into llio llio del
I'lan, drovo oll'lwo liundipil calllo, killed three
mon in lliu cniployiiieiil of Mr. 'I hoip, and des
tiojcil all iho wagons.
'ihoiuaro i-arinus luinnrs of n mutlny hcing
(iielli'd by Capt, firay'a Comp.iny, nnd Iwo cnni
panii") nf llliimians.
Mnjur ltewiolds pfl for tho South with a largo
foiop, nnd wonld wiuler at I'.l I'liio,
Only Iho ihuu.mnd iPinaincd nlSanla l'o.
Tlueo ilinns iud MoicaiHaro said lo lns hiii-ily
oiiiploycd al Cliiahiialioa, erecting foils, mouniini.'
cani.ou on tho Caille, und uther dffunsivu vtoiks.
Mnjor F.ano lo a friond in Pahillo, dati'd lluran
lada, Nov 22: 'Wo had a llght jcslord.iy wilh
12D ('mn int bos. Tho ri d denls got wind of our
.tppro.ich aud u'rrn foniird inballlu ordcr nml bold
uriay, lo rcrnito us. I ordercd a cliargo, and we
ilaiiii'il inio llu.'in iu gnllaut i-ljk'. 'I huy recciM'd
us in good ordcr, but wero soon put lo llighl, nnd
wo kcpt up a runniug light wilh Ihcin for 2 iniles
ur nioro, killing 30 aud woumling iunny olhcr-i,
Wo picsspil upon ihcir inoiinlaiu ponies jo close,
llial llicv liually dHuiounlrd anil look lo iho inoiint
ains on funt, aud Ihe putsuii vas given up. Our
pour fiicnd W. II. Iloll, wis killed iu the chargo,
nml McMuiiy and two olh'-r wntiudcd. Tho nicn
fiiiiglu wcll, und ran whip Camanclics on nny
arnnnd, 1 i.lait for I'arras Iu niorro'v, wilh ui)
wholo couiuuiiid, again in pursiiit of llio hnliaiH,
who, wo undersland, aru iu largo forco in llial
iicigliliorhooil soine say i)0(l Mrnng. Thuy have
heen deiaslaling tlic poillempnls, killing lliu Mexi
oan hombrc, nnd cairying olT llio woinen. Thu,
)ou kuow, is iiuchr'Miaulikp, aml wo go lo thow
our g'lllanlr) in diTonec of llio f.iir.'
Mo.sriA v , IJco. 13.
PKNA'IT,.
Ilon. .Inliu Itell, Ponalor from Tennesseo, lien
ton, of.Mi.s-iouri, and Yuleo, ofl'londa, iippearcd
lo-da) for llio liri-l limo this nKssion.
Vaiious coiiiniunicalionj froni iho dcpartnienls
weio laid ln.fore ihe Senale hy the Vice l'rosulenl.
On molion of Mr Sovier, tho Militnry coniinilteo
was ordercd to coniist of 7 nifinbers, (3 befori!. )
Tho Si'iiatc then ptoceeded lo elect llieir olii
ceis. Jtsbury DirkeM, (fcd.) was ro-eloclcd
!-CPielary, (or Clerk,) hawng 47 otcs ont of-18.
Ho'.al Jlciile, (ilom.) was ro-olected Sergeant-
at-:irms aml Doorkceper, haviug 37 out ol 4!)
vnlus. Isuiic Holland (deui.) was re-cleclcd As
sUtanl Doorkpcper, luning 49 out ot'50 voles.
The deatli uftfcnator llun'.inglion, of Connect
icut, was then anuounced by Mr Korkwcll of tliat
Slaic, and uflcr adoplmg tho rcsolutious the llousc
adjourncd.
Tucividi, Dcc. 1 I.
Sr.NA'rr.. Yarions pctitions weio prcsenled
und leferred.
Sundry bills .verc introduced nnd reforiod n
inong llieni one hy Mr Iirece, lo rcdutc nnd grad
ualo llio prico oflho public lands.and one by Mr
Div, to olablisli a llranch MintatNew York.
Tho usual iTsohilion lo furnisb eacli new Sena-
toi lus sliaio ol pluniler in llio slinpcoi uoons, jcc
".iu iniriiilnrcd. nnd nfler somo discusion was ro
ferred lo the cnniinille on iho I.ihiary.
IIoum:, Mr (Jiddings ohlaincd ihe leavo of
llio llouno lo inako a gtalempiit persunnl lo liiin
sulf; tthoioupon ho scnt to Iho clcrk's desk the
Xalional Whig of u leccnl dalp, and had road a
part of a coimiiuuicatinn nnd nn editorial urliclo in
laii! paper, ctnsuring hini.nilf and Messrs Tack nnd
I'alfry, calling ihcin "pulrid i.cresscnces," &c.,
furlhiir oles iu the o'cclious oflho ollicen of llie
IJlHISI'.
Vhf n tho clerk had finislmd reading iho ntliclos,
Mr fiiddcns gave whal ho uiidcrstood lo bo llio
hi"lory of llio Nntinnal Wh'g nnd us cdilor, afier
whirh he rcad ln ihe houso ii prepnred defiuition
of his own politlcal posiiiou.
Mr llenloy "iibniilted ajuint rcsolulion lo rc
peal a part of tho newspapcr poslago law pasicd
in .Marrh Inst.
Mr Talmadgo prcsented tho meuioiial nf Janics
Monroo, conleiliug tlio seat of IJmid S. Jackson,
of New York cily.
The Iioiko pioceeded to hallol for Cliaplaiti,
nnd on llio 3d ballot, Kov. K. 11. Gurley, of tho
I'rcihjlcrian persuasion, was elecled.
Tht hill from llio Scnalo, for tho relief of llio
hciisof Jolm I'aul Jonos, was lakcn up, nnd.aflcr
a few reniniks in relation lo il.hy Messrs. l'ollock,
liowhn aud liarringor, was refuirid lo tho Coui
inittce nn Claiius.
Mr Vintnn siibniillcd n rcsolulion to divido the
dulics of thu ComuiiltPC nu Couiinprco between
llial cnniiniltce and a new Couiuiilleo, to bo call
cd llio CoinniitlP.e on Inleinal Coniiuerce.
On uintlou of Mr Jacub ThoinpMin, tho llousc
adjourncd.
ll'cilncday, Dcc. 15.
Sknate. Tho Vico 1'rcsident prescnted iho
annual report oftlio Superinlendent of Coait Sur
voy. Mr Calhoun nffered llio following rcsolulions:
Iicwleid, Tliat to rouqupr Aloxico, nud to hold
it oitlicr as n pro incc, oi to inco rpoialo it iu our
Union, would ho incnnsistent wilh ihoavowcd o!i
jecl foi wliicli lliu war lus heen proseculcd a do
ntlturc finiii tho selllcd policy ofllie noverninent,
iu conflict wilh ils characior and gciiius, and in
llie eud subersivc ofour frcc and popular inslitu
lions.
Jlcsolvrd, Tliat no line of policy in iho furlher
nroscculion ol llio war shoulu uc aclopled, wliicli
rrnv lcad lo conspqucnccs po disaslerous.
Tho rcsoluliuiis wero oidored to bo printed.
On motion ofMr Davis.lho Coniniiilco on Com
incrco was inslrucled lo Piiquire whclher furlher
lcglslalion is neccssary for llie proleclion of pas
enaers in slvaniboals.
Adjourncd.
I Hiiuse. Tho consideinlinil of Mr Vinlon's
rcsolulion dividing llio Coini'iitlco of Cominerco
, was resiiiucd, and nu inteicsling dehalo Clisurd
I nt- III. .i c?. ..:.i. I...I l..rt. .ml II. ..t-
lUlWCL'll 011 JtllULl, IIIIIlll, IIIU f ItUUI) IIIIU
ingcr,
During ihn spoocli oflho lattci, a tncssago from
llie I'rcsidenl was aniiouiiced, wliicli, on molion of
Mr Thompson, was road, nnd rolaled lo tho sub
jcct unilcr considprntion. It provcd to ho llio
i'roident's ri'nxins for wilhholding his signaturo
lo Iho hill passed Iho last day of Ihn la-t session,
inaking npiroprinlions for ceitain puhhc woik iu
Wisroinin, alrendy c. nunenced, anij for othcr
purposes.
Tlic reasnns wero timilnr In thoso in his velo
oftrc riiur and harhor hill, but ihe incssago was
nf srcalor lcngih. Mr Wenlworlh niocd ils ref
orcnco lo iho Ooiiiinillec on Connnrrca. Mr Vin
tnn roovt'd lo refur it lo a selcct Connnillee, and
tho priming lo he dcforrcd unlil iho ('oinmilteo re
port, and llial Iho leport and iho incssago go to
guther.
Tho iliscnpiinn was ronlinucd by ,Mosis. Huy
ly, Slcwart nn'cnnsyhania, Sinis of S. C. aud
and Schcnck.
Thunday, Dcc. lfT.
Sknatk. No liuMncas nfuny conscqucncc
was dono in Iho Scnalo to day. Mr I'oolo, of
Mmissippi, nunount.rd llm doalh of his predecrs
sor, Mi'rfpoighi, nnd nflcr iho adoplion oflho
usual rcsolulions, tho Scnalo adjourned lo IWon-day-
Ilot'si:. Mr loll it irtadea npcccli on tlio incs
saau vctoing llie liilornal IinprnVoinenl hill; and
then Mr. Thompson auuouiiccd tho dcalh nf Mr.
Hpeight, lalr. Scnnlor from Misaisippi; nnd iho ii
sual resnlulmin h.miis lirctr adoiilcd, Iho llouso
ndjoiiincd
Fftduy, Dec. 17.
Tho Sonnto did not sit.
IIouse, No husiness of public intvrcst wns
dono,
Mr Mend, of Virginiii, nniiouncci! llio dcalh of,
Mr Droomgool, ofllie Slalo, who dicd a fow da)s
afier lns re-eleclion lo lliis (,'oligrei.H, Mr M. du-
livcred Kii oloiiupul culogy upon llio deceased ;niid
afier Ihn adoplion of lliu usual resoluliuiiH, lliu
IIoiiiL' iidjourncd. J
.Salurday, l)"- '8.
Tho Scnalo did uol sit.
IIouhu. 'I ho day was cnn'iinied in coiisidcr.
atinn oflho repoil l llm .-iiuuiillco on Uules.
Tho "one liour inlo" was rci.lnied, nnd Miiious
iiiuendincnts niadu lo tho Itules of llie last Con
gross. Adjourncd,
Mondmj, Dec. 20.
Sijna'IT. Mr Ilannpgnn of Indiaun gavo , no
lico of iiis inlciilion lo inlrodiico a bill lo cstahlisli
a Tcrritorial govcrniiienl in Orpgnn.
Mr ('allioiiu of tjoiilh Caroliuii cnlled up hi se
lies of rosolu'ions, und ii fcpiriled dehato cnsued
thi:reiion,'
(ibii. Cass nf Michigan gavo nolico tliat iho Mil
itnry Coinuiiltco, at uu eaily day, would bringfur
waid a hill for llio incrcaso ofihu Aimy.
Mr Calhoun hero dcplorcd llio falo oi Mexico in
quilo a pathclio slrain.
Tho denlh of tlic lalo Mr Dromgoolo wns nn
nounced in a mess.igo Irmii tho Ilunsrs, iiik! au cu
logy deliered on his characler, and thu usual rcs
olulions passed.
Tho Scnalo iidjoumeil.
IIousb The llniiso wero engagcd njl day in
reading rcsolulions reluliug lo llio wur, iiuprove
uient iu rivoru and liarbois.oxploration oflho Dead
Hpii, Snnla Amia's rulurn lo Mexico, llio siibstilu
non of diuicfl nnd haif diines for eightlis and six
tr.enlhs, &c. &c.
Tucsday, Dec 21.
Sknate. Ilills wero iulroducing dircciing llio
Secrelnry oflho Navy lo piirchnso Iho palcnt righl
lo tho Naulical Vciiti'lntoi, and to dividu Arkansns
iulo two Judicial Dislricts.
Ou molion of Mr Daylon, n rcsolulion was ad
oplcd dircciing thu Judiciary Coniniiilco lo inquire
w liut failhcr legislalion is necessary lo catry inlo
ell'ect lliu Tiealy tvii Ii I'ranco, in relation to lliu
niulual surronder of fugilives fiom juslico.
No nlhcr husincss of generul public inlcrest wn9
Irnnsacled.
Adj'ourned.
Ilousi:. Tho Stalos wpro again called in nr
der, iho nuinerous incinoiials, pelilions, rcsolu
lions and noticcs of inlentiou lo introduce bills
wero oll'ercd.
Mr tiiddings prpsonlod a momorial froni ninc
Incn chizeiii ol his distiict in favor of lho rcpeal
of all laws rccngnizing slavery in tlio Uislrict of
Columbia. A molion lo lay tho regular order of
hnsiiips on tho tahlo to refer lliis lueinoii.tl was ic
jccled, 07 lo 07, Iho Speaker giving his casting
ole in llio negalive.
ll lies oer, iMr Cobh of Oa. iiuitaling an inlcn
lion lo dehalo llie queslion ofrcferenco.
Mr Dolls olliTcd a resolulion calling on tho
i'rcsidenl for inforination rclating to tho war wilh
Mexico.
Nolico was giicn ofa bill lo inako liiooklyna
poil of cnlry.
Mi Adanis introduce a rcsolulion culling on tlio
Sccrelary ofdlalo for inforination rclutivo lo
cliiins on Mexico undcr tho convcnlion of 1837 a
doptcd. Mr Vinton, from llio CounnitlPC of Wnjsand
Means, reportcd a bill making appiopiialions lo
supply in part a deficioncy in tho approprialion for
sulisislenco for tho volunleers, for tlio yoar unding
Juni!, 1818. Kcfcrrcd lo llio (AuniniUce of llie
Whole, and, wilh leltcrs oflho Secretary of War,
and Cominissary (lenerul, ordercd to bo printed
Mr Vinton gavo nolico lliat ho would movo to
moriow to go inlo Comiuittco and lako up lliis
bill.
Tho rcsolulions which Mr Ilichardson ollcrpd
ycbleiday, again canie up, declaring tlio war wilh
just and nccessary, nnd in favor of indcninity foi
llio oxppnses of war. Tho prcvious queslion hav
mg heen nioved, rcsolulions ofnn opposilo charac
ler lo Mr Kiclwirdson's wuru oll'ercd as subslilules
lo Messrs Slepheiis, liotts, HiclwrdB, Thouipson
and Toouibs.
The following subtlitulo was oflcrcd by Jlr Ste
phens, 'r. proposingto willidraw llio troops of
llio Uniied Slalos, aud to negolialo foi indcninity
on tho part of. Mexico, (in other words, i'l sub
slance, embracing Mr Clay's views.)
MrTliumpson of Iml , pioposcd ncgotialing for
Uppi-r Calilornia and Monterey, wilh tlio llay of
San rraucisco, and making out a boundary suila
blo lo iho vicws oflho L'uilcd Slales.
Alr Tooinbs offia , spuko ngainst all lcnitorial
acquisilioiis or conquenl ofany poriion of Mexico,
and said llio movpincnts oflho Ainerican Aimy,
dircctcd hy tho I'resident, prodiiced llio war.
Tho molion oftlio previous queslion not hcing
suslaincd, (Ajcs 00, N'oes 102) tlic rcsolulions he
ow:r.
,Mr Wenlworth oflered rcsolulions declaring llial
tho (ieneral Uoveriiincnt has poncrlo coiistiuct
suchhoibors nud improvo such rivers ns may bo
necessary und proper for tho piotectiou of our Na
vy and Comuieicc, und fur llie defenco uf Iho
counlry. Ho mnved tho previous queslion, which
was siistaineil nnd llio icsoluliou was adoptcd,nyes
133, nnes 5 1.
A bill was inuoducod hy Mr Roberl Sinilh for
the couiplction of llie ('uiiibcrlund road throiigh
Ohio, Indiiiia und Mi:omi.
Adjouiui'd.
U'cdimday, Dec. 22.
SnNATK. A pelilion was recuived from wid
ow Alcxnnder llnmillon, pra)ing for llio purchasc
by Cougrcss of u thousand copies of llio llamiltoii
papers.
iMr llalc of New Haii.psliiro, picscnted a sciies
of anli-slavery pelilions.
Tho queslion nn llieir rcception being put, Mr
Bcriien of Georgia moed to lay tho motion on tlio
tahlo.
It was ndnpled hy a vnto of 33 ycas to 10 nays.
The bill amcndiiig Iho acls rcgulating llio ap
pcllalo jiirisdiclion oflho Suprenio Court in certain
cascs was passed.
Mr Cass of Michigan, presenlcd u hill from tho
Militnry Coinmiltee for the raising on an nddition
force to scrvc forn limiled limo.
A rcsolulion of inquiry wliclhor any nlteration
in necessary in thu I'atcnt l.aws, was uduplcd,
Adjourned.
Housn. Mr Lincoln oflered nserics of rcsolu
lions rclating to the war, nnd rpquesting tho 1'icsi
dent tn fiiruUh informution thereon, nud on our
righl to lerrilory bclwecn tho Noaces and llio Kio
Grande.
Mr Kaiifnian ofTcxas oflered a seties of rcsolu
lions inquiring inlo tho expedicncy of nulhoiizing
l'oblinastcr lo receivo and tiansiuit subscriptions to
newspnpers frcc of postage.
On molion ofMr Vinton of Ohio, tho llnusn
wcnl inlo Coininilleo oftlio Wliolo on Ihe stnio of
llio L'nion, for tlic cousiderntion of a hill npppro
prialing onu uiilliou of dollars tn sullicicncy in tho
! suhsislcnco dcparluicnt, Ilon J R lngersoll in tho
Ifousi!.
Mr Vinlon stalcd tliat tho cstiinatcd dcficit lliis
ycar was a fruction undcr four millions of dollnrs,
but the prcsetlt bill was intended lo nicot drafis
daily cxpectcd.
Tho couiuiilleo rosc, reported progrcss.and ask
kiI loavc io sit again.
Tho hill was pafscd hy tho llouso.
A uiossago received from the I'rcsidcnt, rnmmn
nicnting a Repoil liom llio Secretary 'oflho Navy
on llio subject of Dry Docks.
Tho llouso then weut into Coinmitlcp oflho
U'hnlo ou llio subject oflho Annual Messagc.
Adjourncd.
Thursdtiy. Dec.
Sknatk, A pelilion wns offercd hy Mr Dick
inson of New York, from .Mr Illack, lalo Consul
at Mexico, praying for addilional couiponsalion.
Mr Jefrerson'Ditvis of Mississippi,olIored a siin
ilar nctilion froni Iho Ailjutanl ol thu West I'oint
Acniiciny.
Mr johnson of Mnryland, offercd ono also fiiiin
llie Coliiiialion Socicly, in relation to iho nuuihcr
ofcmigranls lo ho allowod on board vessels sailing
i lo Litcria.
A rcsolulinn was intrndncod hy Iho sanio gcnllo
' nian ralling upon lliu Seciclcry of Wur for a slalo-
nicnl of tho wholo iiumbpr of voluutccis, thu nuin
' ihat have died, becn Xilldl, &c.
j Mr Johnson of Louisianii intrndiiccd n hill to
' eonliniio tho paymcul of pensions, to widows.
I IMr CasA of Mich'wan nffcrrd a nctition for llie
p.nmcnt of pensions lo Iho widows and orpham of
i ollii i'is who liae fjllen iu lliu Mcxicnn war.
Mr Iluldwin of Conr-'OHo'1'. oll'urcd a rcsnlulionl
iuiuiring inlo thopra'fiolyofu rencwul of pensions
lo widows of niivul "lliecrs. i
Various resolu'ns, &c wero prescnted hy scv-1
crnl inciiihorH, ind nmonj; ihoui a hill lo puielusn
tho Mudison papers. Ils fuitlier consideratinn wn9
poslpoiicd lo Monday.
Au np"nlri'ilion hill from tlin IIoiio in rolalinn
lo ih iH'liciuncy iu Iho dcparliiiiMiI wns lcad Iwico.
A messago was rrcp'ivcd froni llio llnusn nn
nuiiiicing lliu doathuf llio lalo Gcn llauicr, of Ohio,
who dicd al Monterey.
An cloipiont uulogv wns dclivcrcd hy Allon of
Ohio.
Tho Scnalo iidjourncd tn Miinday,
nousi:.
Thu Sppakor prpsuntcd two roniinunicnlionfl
frnin llie Secretary of War iidnlivn lo Wisponsin,
wilh n cupy oftlio I,ns passed ut tho lust scs
sion of tliu 'rcrrioiial Lcgislaturo,
Mr Mnrris of Ohio, announrpd llio doalh oflho
Inlo Tliuiuas Lllauierut Monlcrey, nnd pro
nmincpd a onlogy upnn his clinraclcr.
'I'ho usual rosolulions wero passpd,
The llouso ndjiiurncd lo Monday.
Wabiiinoton, Doc 21-1'. M.
Conress is not in scssion to-day. Tlio Ilon
It i In I. lioss, n reprcscnlalivo fiom thu Stnto of
Now York, his gonu linnio sick,
'J'ho Tolpgraph has heen opcncd lo St Louis.
Capl. Walker's reiuaiimiro to be buried at Snn
Anlonio, Tc.xas.
'Wcnro in lliu midst of u rovolulion,' ns llio
fellow said on tho trcadinill,
l'riuio, Ward iv Co. have hccn dischaiged fiom
jail.
Allhougli llio whalo is a tiemcndous aniinal, yct
most pcoplo inako light of him.
Seat of finvi:n.NsinNT Rbmovbh. On
lliu lllili inst. llio seat ofgovoriimont ol Alahnma
wns lemoved from Tuscaloosa lo Montgomery.
Liquors havo heen bnnislipd fiom llio Cnpilol r.l
Washington, by Vico I'rcsidcnt Dallus und Speaker
VVinthrop.
An Odd Fcllow's Ilall, reccntly crcctcd in
Now Orleans, was dedicntcd on ;ho Gth inst.
Theic aro now four of llicsu odifices in llial cily.
Ainlit wicked to rnb n lien lonst, Jim?'
a grcat inoral queslion, Sam; wo haw: not timc to
aiguo it; liand down anothur pullul.'
ItRiniiTo.v marki-.t, nfler llie first of Janu-
ary, will bold on Thurnday of eacli wcek, inslcad
of iMondny.
'Ned' says, sinco iho Miller c.xcilcnient nn
'Chango, llie old apnllipgin 'lookoui for brcukcrs,'
is construed, 'leok out for Ihukcrs.'
Aro llio ladics nwaro tliat i.kap veab coiii
inences soon, xvlien they can loap nver all ob
slaclcs wliicli custom has" raiaed? Look out, old
barhuluis!
A Mi8 Mooro, of Now York, aoos into tho
cages among iho lions and tigcrs in Havniond &
Wnrring's inenageric, und nwos thciii fnto niiiet
suhmirsion.
I'EnsoNAi.. Tho Itiflcmcn oflho Mountcd
lipgiuicnt, now iu Washington, gavo n superh
dinuer on Weducday evcning last to Lieut. Col,
I'rcmont.
U. S. Sk.vator AijAiiam a. Tho olnctinn
fur U. S. Senalor in llie Legishiluro of Alahaina,
has rcsulled, afmrscveral ballotiogs, in tho choico
of Dixon II . Lowis, (dcni.,) U'hosc forincr lcrm
cxpired wilh llio last Congresa.
Whitnky's Oreoon IIaii. Road. Rcsolu
lions in favor oflhis grcat work, nnd recorninend
ing und approving iMr Whilney's plan, passed
hotli branclics of llio lcgislaturo of Tcntiesseo, on
iho lst inst. , iiuanimously. Tlic fccling iu its fa
vor was warin and enthusiastic.
Trub Whcn honcsl indusiiy raiss a fnniily
lo opulcnro nnd hoiiors, its vciy uriginal lowness
shcds lusire on its plevation; but ils vcry glory
fades wliuu it ii is given a woiinil, and denies
balsam lo n nian as huinhlo aud honust us its
anceMor.
Sir Malthow llalo sajs: 'Ilc carcful not to
interrupl anotlier whon ho n speakin; honr him
out and nu wilt iinderstand him hctlcr, nnd lio
able to g'ivo hiui Iho holter answer.' This is good
adiice.
'Or.n Wihtky.' Gpucrnl Tajlor's varhorso,
which wulked iu llie procession at New Orleans
tho other dav. was cruelly rohbcd of sundry locks
of hair, p'uatically twitchcd friiiu llio e.xtreinity of
Iiis spuial conlinuation. 1 bcso relics uru to bo
prcservcd in bosom-pin9.
A SruiKi.vr. Rbjiark. 'Tho lcading wliigs
in and out of the cily caro vcry liltlu nhoul llio
Wilmot 1'ioviso, tho Mexican war, tlio e.xteusion
of slavery, nr nny lliing olsc, c.xcept high prices,
fat dividcnds, and llio cIhiicos of ollico in tho
inillcnial day ol a nhig prcsidency.' Edmund
Qttincy.
Gnownt ofa StAtk. ll is slaled upon
nod aulhoiily tliat tho nian who cut llie first tree
ui llio wilds of Ohio is slill aliio. Ihs nnuio i
Danicl Cusliwcll. Ilo lesidus on u small farMi in
Oncida couniy, N. York, and is eighty-six ycors
ofago. Ohio now conlaius a populalion of nearly
Iwo millions,
Oisunion. Tho fcderal Scnato oT Ohio, on
tho lOlh inst., received nnd discusscd a pelilion
for a dhiolution of Ihe Union, and llio rccall of
llieir rcprcscnlativcs from Cougrcss. It is lo be
hnpcd tliat lliey will ndopt n rpsolution to thal ef
fuct, ns llieir rulers nud loaders aio cvidently hct
lcr litlcd for Mexican gucrillas than fur Ainerican
citizeus,
Ge.w Taylor'h Toast. At Donaldsonvillo,
La., Gcn. Taylor gavo tho following gallnnt mast,
which will sucuro him tho faor of all tho young
ladips:
The Ludicsof Donaldsonville.Vusarpsssti
in tho bpauty aud graoo: hcallh and prospority lo
thoso who have hiishands, and carly marriagcs to
thoso who have not.
Tlio Army Mcdical Roard, wliicli convcncd on
llio 27th ofOctobcr in llio cily of Now York fur
tho exuinination orapplicanls for appointincul lo
iho Medical Slall'of tho regular Army, ndjourncd
on tho 7lh inslant. Ofllie candidalcs wlio were
e.xamiiKd, tho following wero lound qualified fur
appointnient, and weio nccurdingly approvcd:
Lyinan II. Stnno, of Vermont; John M. Ilnden,
of Mississppi; Cbarles II. Crano, of Massacliusolls;
W i 1 1 iu ni Ilnuiinond, of.Missouri; llonry S. Ilewit,
of Connecticut Thomas A. Mcl'arlin, of Mnry
land. A Waoer Won During llio lastweck, upon
a bet of 60, an individual in lliis vilkige, weigh
ing 140 pounds, drew n wngon, nnd passonger nf
llio s'jino wcight wilh hinisclf, ovor a road cover
cd with ihawing siiow, fiom Cndy's lavein in lliis
villago, to llall's tavcrn in Nortliiiinbcrland in
four huurs and a liall". Tlic distancs hns siuco
been nccuralely ineasurcd nnd foiind to bosix
milos and 130 rods. Tho wcight drawn wns 475
pounds- Tho timo nllowed by tho bet, was livc
jiotirs. Coos J)emocrul,
rnnr.itAL patriotic iiymn.
When fierco llio 'rchels' wnr dn5 wago
Against good old King Georcc,
Wo joined Iiis forces in a raso,
And toiy swords did forgc,
When tho seoond war wo had,
Dcar r.ngland wasassailed,
It iriado our royal hcarls fccl glad
When hcr gical nrms prev nilcil.
And now llial Mexico, dear fricnd,
lliis bcpn by I'olk nrouscd,
Wo'll ovcry 'uid and comfort' lend,
To havo our arins confuscd.
I'iiuinbss or CiiARACTF.il. Thero is no
trait iu lliu humaii characler so pntcnlinl for wcnl
or wo ns finnncss of purposo. It is wondcrful
lo sco wiiat iiiiraclcs a rosoluto nnd undyiug spiril
will nchicvo. llefuro ils irrcaislibla euergy Iho
most formidablo ohstaclcs hecoino as cobwcb
barriers in its palli. Dilllcnltius, llio lenor of
which canscs tho pampercd snns of luxury to
shrink back willi dismay, provoko I'ro'ii llio inau
of lofty dctermination only a mnilo. Tho wliolo
history ofour race all nalure, indcod tccms
wi.h c.xmuples tn sluuv what woinlers mny bo
arpoinplishcd by rcsolulo pcrsuvcnincc nud palicnl
loil .
Mf.i.anchoi.y Afkaih. A shocking nffair
occurrcd al llufl'ulo Rock, on Monday last. Tlio
Glilcngn Coiislitutionalist Ihus dcscrihos it Two
sonsofMrs. Thornlon, wlio had been at play
llm nlder 14 vears of imo, llio ynuncor only b'ix.
.... 7. ., ., ,"r... .i ii .. .
rrnin iuwi nf tlin rnnnis n I IO llOUKn. savinf 1 lllt
un wns ciiing to slioot nirus. iinsicppcu mio
inn yiuii nml told lus lirollicr lio woiiiii siiooi niui, 1
non miineiiiateiy rociicu ino piucu, iiiuiigiu u io
an iiiiu, mul sniipped llio tiigger. Tho gun flai.li-
rn iu inu inin. w n n no nir. n iirimcu u. iiiuou
I I... Il,, , . 1.1 1. ! . . IT I .!... I 1...
.1 ,? . I ...
ino iiiiu, iirougiu ii to nn ii i ni
hriilhcr ihrnugh llio righl sido,
to ho londed willi 8 huck shut.
livod but a fow hoiirs.
Iireil, fcliol llie
i lio gun provpu
Tho hapless boy
A vnn.,.. i.nnrPUlice lo iho shonmnbin,, Ih,.,pp.
asked his mnster whnnt miHwcr ho nhoiild givo to
llio oftcn ippoalcd queslion, 'Dopsjnur inusior
warrant his hIiocs?' 'Answer, Thouins,' said tiic
mnstor, Mhat 1 warrant Ihcin lo provu good, nnd
if lliey don't 1,11 inako lhoin good-foi--nolhiiig.'
TFTiTnr 0 F T ll 15 A (J E."
i . Y i. ?....'.' i i , , .
tiiijusday, i)Kci:mim:h :io, 1817.
i:
.11. lJUOWN, Kditor.
V. II. I'AIiJIKIt,
is oun vonsTToitccEivEANnKoawrtusunicnii'TioNS
ANII ADVKRTIHEMIISTS TO T1IB AaE,AT I1ISOKFI
CES IN TIIE KOM.OWINO CITIIIH
IIOSTOX 20 Slulc Klrcel.
NllWyoillC Ti'iUuiie D111I1I iiiHoppoHif c Cllj Ilull.
Thc Wood Markol.
Il scems as if tlio falos and thc wood-
sollcrs hnd combincd thc prcaoiit scnson,
willi ;i (letci'iniiiation to seo how mucli lliey
can ndlict us poor inortnls who liavo no
"wood luts." Tliero has been no sleding
tlius fur lliis wintcr, nnd tlie expoiifc of
transpnrtation i necessarily somewhat
greater, but tliat is no rcason why we
sliould bc oliliigcd lo lake six fict or leas
of miscrablc rotlen wood for a conl, nnd
my a most iiiircasonablo prico at Ihat.
Wo are willing tlic fnrtncrs hhoiild make
all lliey cau from tlieir proilucts but wcdo
llniik they are nioat oiiirngcous on llieir
wood. Thc rnto at which wood has sohl
lierc for thc last two months, so far as wo
havo kiiown anythiiig about it, hns bcen
nearly double the usual inarket pricc.
liut, a lew iuches ofsnow will change the
aspcct niatcrially, and wo advise all who
would bc proparci! for an cmcrgency of
this kind, to buy their wood when the
ileding is good and thc supply is greater
than the demaiiil. Hy the way, wc should
like just onc load out of thc twctity-ftve
or thiriy cordd, promiscd on siibscription,
about (his lime. Don't all como at oncc.
TIIE FATU OF A GREEN MOUN
TAIN 130 Y.
Among thc bravc mcn who lcft tlieir
hoines lo fight fur country, was onc by the
nuino of Abel Blnncliaru, Jr, of Barnard,
a privaie in the Vermont company. Iiis
liionds in B have recenily received a lct
ler from sergoant Miller, of Company I),
informiiig Ihem of his death. Previous to
iho baille ol Chaptiltepec, bc hnd been
out of hcallh nnd unnblc to nttend toduty;
but 011 tlie nioruing of tliat eveniful dny
hc itisitcil upon tnkiug his gun nnd going
into the ranks.altho' he was advised ttnt to
do so, 011 nccouut of his licalth. Durirg
ihc uiigngeiiiont of ihat day hc fell upon
thc rocks and cut his head severely, from
which injury ho dicd in thc lio?piial ou
thc lnt of Octobor. Youi)!x Iilanchard
was bui scvculecn or cighteen ycars old,
but is spokcn of as possessing all thccool-
ticss and dccision o( thc vetran soldicr.
Whilo thc naines ol tho gallnnt ofllcers
who have ful! aro familiarto all, we would
not forget this iribute duc the no lcss brave
and inerilorious snldicrs .vhose valor has
won so many glorious viciories and thi)'
Iiis duath must be a sevorc afiliction to hip
Iriends thev will have the saiisfalion of
knowing tliat he dicd in the service of
country.
ns
Clirislniiis PrcstMit.
Clirislmas )assed o(F quict and righl.
Thebovs nnd sirls had an abiindencc of
t he benevolcnce of "Old Saint. Nichol
as, in tho way of stignr toys aud
wax babics. Yct, nmid thc glad shouls
ol "Merry Cliristmas," s.lrange lo say, thc
"poor I'rinlcr" was not fnrgoltcn. On
Cliristmas Eve, hc rutircd at an uarly hour
in order to give "kind fricntls" a chancc
to tax tlieir generosity. He labored under
n disadvnninge: not haviiig among all
his worldly goods but onc pair of slock
ings. Hut iioihing dauiited by ihis mis
fortune, ho hung his 'last hope,' lollery
lilte, out al the door frouting t lio stroet,
and qnickly run (barc-foolcd) tohiscoucli
nnd layed himsclf down (o pleasant dreams.
Drennis of afllucucc, pockels (ull of iho
"shiuers," debts paid, and all the luxu
ries af this lifo flit aeross his auxious brain;
yct ihe prinler sleeps on unlil the dawn of
thnt day uhich gave to tlie world its Ile
deemcr. Ue nwoke! anil hastcned
galher iu thc reahly of his dreams. I5ut
lo! judgo of his horror and nnguish on
finding thnt "kind fricnds" had stolcn his
only pair ol slockings, and lcft him with
out a re.stini; placc for his "sok."
Itcmoinber the Dislrict Convcnlion on
iho 8ih of Jan'y, and sce tliat everytown
is reprcsentrd. Reincmbor, also the Uem
oeratic I.ovco al Bridgewater, on the
evcing ol tho 7th of Jan'y- Wc havo en
gagcd gooil tleigliing for tho occnsion,
and of coiirso llicrc will bo a gencrvil rusli.
Tho dcinoerals of Wiudsor County, tin
dcrstand how such tiincs should bc done,
nnd all who ntlcnd may c.tpoct (o ongngo
thcmselvcs sonir.
Hon. L. B. l'eck.will ploasc acccpt our
llianks for public dociimcnts.
l?orcin New,
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iwo n c ) c. ii.it ni? niui t a n i . .. . ...
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liriCOIl llllH iilcr inti, ,ni,rn ... .I i. i ii. P
ino i un inst,
Loudon pnpers nf llio 4th (received
auiiimarv wus mauc up lor llio 1'osl or Sulurdav
coutain advices by lliu overlnnd mail fruin Uorribu
, imiv ui u aucz oi i nu i i n. ininn rnr,ii.,...i
. . I. II . ! r
peaco, fxoent on llm lloni!tio froni ers m Nn
Dcinue, wnoro two iiurils ol 70U 'plunderers ha
been cut up by a llritlsh rogimont, nnd in ili
lioon soor rnllnlrv ln rfinlrn n rrir.,ni, . i. ,
I . I r . . . J 1 I
. u ;" "'".,u uo "'m K
' cnango in ino tnarkets at llombav. cxccnl ihn ,
clino of freiKhts lo (iroal llrilain.'
nr r-.,ii.. ...
Al Ull Clll U. UCt I I. 111 nn vir.ro n n.i .1.
tilnml Nir llm Atnnrirmi m.i il'rilu .....I .. P.
llli.lliniuv.wjw IIM14 lJv.v.11 IIIUUU IIH 1U Unilt
SlTllP.
I'lnm A tiv vii nit rln . 'ni 91. t .1
. ' ' ,fc iv.iuivt;u 110
llio crops of Lgypl wuro short, wheat cspocinll
heiug deficieiit; pilccs iioininal; cxchaugo lookin
llll. I I I.V ril.'iulri.cd Ir, I ,n ..n I . l: T
.-. ru,v., ,u,v, jiuuuu smriing on l.oi
UIJII,
I'rrtrn rvvviilnf nii.l .. niin. t ,
2 ). SlalOS 1 1.1 1 llnnnl ra r,l,,;n, I .1
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llnv hcrnrn rrmiv lli.rno Nr,.tl.:.... l 1
' J ...... ,w iviiiiniil! Iiiiu ni-iin 111.U
ni" i;uiiiuii in laioisc, uut iroons wero on t
,1. ;,i....
I M llm IfrllUlt nnr lnminl n l. . P ,1.- n
l.rvrrl T ,i nnilriiv nn h.u.iin.in.l ,t... :.. . :
I 1 rp twrv I III I'finina n llin fnnnnf I .1:
i.v.o, ,,,. ,n iMW v.uiiiiiiv113 inu quunuoil WUS Cttri
,..n.l I... ll.n l-.l l ll 'III.- T ni'
II, IIIIUI UI OUV.ll U V.UIIIIllllli;V7. III lliu IUII
..... : 1 i r.l. ... . I i.l. r- .
o'Ma iiuiiiiii biiuii ui uiu uiiiiusi ureau 11 01 1U0U1
wiii saueiy ino couiiiry.' Jioswn rosl.
1 1 .. r i ...
ri'i. ii: :.. .i i..
xnu 1 1 iiiiii iiia iiiiiuu i:iiiiv cin nniuriinv ninr
ing, and lier news wns issued in our Sccond
iti,vv A Tlinn,, i i rn nci.l.i-n I.I.. I r .1
tional failurea nro reported liy tliis nrrival, the
mount H COinmr.lt.Vel V HIlKlllnr. nnrl tm Inlnl
L'CriCfJ is looknd liriOll nl tJllirtl mnro fnvnrr.Mn iti-
SJn fnr nu iun Iinvn tio'inl mtt nm!nnr.
iu i.ngianu. j. imcs
New Eiigliind Regiment.
j iuu nuiii inu auj
tar.t gener.iPa ollico, Washington, dated Dec
An fiTinv fTPnnrnl nriinr m irann, rnm ..1.
nu MiiiiifUHLinu uiu muiiiu u 9. uniininiiiicniH a
casuii llies m tho armv ori ha 1'niicil Kmtpn mhi
Ihn nillt in:ilinn nflliis irntinrnl nrtltira nf Antrri 1 fl.l
inent ot intaniry:
!.... i..l I ttfl.l r .
lo he colonel, Sept 13, 1817, vico Itansom, kill
jiuitfe ui wuns. iin ll Itllbia. UI UIU lillll I II 1 11 11
in Lalllo.
uain miliam Ii. ln ni crro. of l iollili
T'lnlrv tn lin rtit.iiv A- 11 1017 C? -
promotcil to 12th infinlry.
'J JM .ufi loil. viliu UUVil U
I irst l.icut I.dwnvl II. I itzjerald. to be cantai
inni q ig 1? i:.n I i ..I
l.mlrv.
. iroi ifln I i m.i, ii...n.n . n u r..
o, la 17, vico I hoiunson, deceased.
I'irst I.iout John S. Slocum, to be cantain.
9, 1817, vico W'oodman, resined.
I irst l.ieu! Charlcs J. Spragvo, to
capta
uec-i, 1847, mco I ,'iliiici , resisncd.
I irst I.iout ficorgo Ilowers, lo bo captain,
1, 1847, vice Johnson, tesigned.
l t :... r ii ii . i r.. t
Sept 8, 1817, vice l itzc'irald, promoted.
tenant, Sept 25, IS17, vice Bissell, nionioted.
cj i i in iv ii: i r i ,
tjct 1), 1S47, vico Blocuin, proiuoleu.
unn...i i i A .. i.. r. :
Dec I, 18 17, vice Spraguo, promoted.
viv.-i.uiiu i.icui i iiiiiiiiuii ij. v.rusuy, io De u
Lieut Dec !, 1817, vico liowers, promoted.
eecond Licut Alpheus '1 . I'almer, io be
Lieut Dec 1, 1S47, vice Cram, resigued.
In Iho list of resinnations we find Cantain
l.icilts M. I Wvvpft lliu! .liwi.'lll l1. PliiiilliniirtlR
tho 9th infanlry . 1'ost.
SCKNE AT THE M BN A (i Kill E . Colunibus,
enormous clephant belongiug lo Itayiiiunii
Waiing, was llio aclor in nn oxciting sccne yest
viu , iiuuul i u V.IUV.U. ii iiiiain jeuv, ino ivctr
was clcaning aml piepanng the annual foi tho
ternoon exhibilion, when, the cham wilh wh
he is fasiened heing loose, he walked lowards l
rmg. As ho d'ul nol slnp whcn spuken lo,
i i l.: i i : i.i
ihat hc lurncd and mado two nassess al Ihe
fortunato nian, tossing him for sotne dislance
1 1 . r. ii ... r. . . r ... i
uu icii in ironi oi a ciiie. coniaiu wc a nvena
wolf, and this, as well as a stovo in front o
making a Ihiid pass, Tho cagc fell upon Ke
.. . i .i . f i i . I... v. . v
VYUO UVCIVUIIIV.U II V VIIU 1.IHU-LU 1.........I, t.
I.. ...... !....! I ,.,t .iiiinnlnliiin
I.. T.......I tn i n.....,... .IA... .UI. .! ..I ' I
rpurii(.d towaids tlio rmg, but was driven b
O lUUHVI VV VW I.VVVilSllll. tlllCI I 1119 IIH M H
i in0 H.1-1.M "I vun ivivc IU UU!Td nnn
'.no esiauusiiment; but tliis incrcased his n
and ho ven'.cd it in hreaking up Iho cage, and
animals it contnined were set at liberly. Ue t
rocntcrcd tlie ring, where he causeil soine dan
. .1 . !ll l.l
io uiu raiiuig. uv uropninit u noosed rooe
.1... r .1..1 . r .v i . i , 1
inu ring iiuiii uiu ugiin: oi ino iiuuuuis, lus
r . i . . . i v , . ...
ieei uccamo eniangiea iu 11, nnu inus cnpp
llie keepers succeeded in driving Iiiiu inlo
siuall ffaiii'wav. near the we9tern ilnnr nn V':i
and the use oflho harpoon. accouinlished his
nussion.
Ilerr Driesbach then too! ihe inuiter in I
and at his cominand, Iho aniinal proccedcd lo
.i .rri.: i
nivivu ki. iiiv. uiuai iiiiiiiv.iv UUril ICIIL tf . llll
thus provcd tliat ho possessed the samc po
ovor tho elcphant thot hc is known lo Iun
taining olher beasts, Ilerr Driesbach mountei
il,.. ,n,.,l,i ,,',,,,! .,,,,1 ,1; .1.. r ii..
.I..P...I 1.1. Ihn ...nul l.nr. ..... nl.n.l Il
adilrcss:
'fientlcmcn Unaccustomed as I ani to pi
.,..,.;,w. l r...,i i,,,.,ii.i i ...... ,i... ,i . . :
i n - i j .
i i . . r . nr i i .
prouuesi uay oi my nie. iapoieon nnd o
gteat men have llieir monuinents in stouc I I
...Inn l .. nnn..n.n.l . f.
men, Ihe aniinal is cnlirely subdued, nnd Ihe
fnriil.inrn it llin Mirnnirnrin ivitl lin rn.illn.in
usual.
A nnnn I -I 1 ...I.l. !.
and slationcd iu front oftlio buildins, on Wn
street, lo hc icadv for anv einercencv The i
occurreo wncn n lovv nprsnns wern tn tlip hni i
i'hiludelphut Y.cg-cr.
Mlgc Alloal.
lhofrcshet in Ihe Conneciicut 27 feetal
low wuler mark has swepl ofl'n portion
new liridgo at ('nholvillc, .Mass. It has bee
tho coursc of construclion, across llio Connecl
nor nprnrii v l.ironpn. ll wns spen 110.11
t r I I . . n .
Iho Kivcr a'hovo llns cily ihis morning, and
safelv lowed on iho east liank, just abov
Hartford Uridge, by somo boatmon. It hns
mado sccure al ihat placc Tho Uridge bel
ln ! to a cornoralion charlercd by Iho Massachu
i . . . " rr ........
Lcgislalurc Jianjvru linus.
Thc JJoslon Almanac for 1848. has
I
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L'Ul 1UU. L 19 U UUllUllIlll SlllCUIIIIt;!
IV HllM il llllUill IIUillllMSS. vlllU US ll OIISI
directory il is a perfcct index to tho "
ol nolions." Published by S. N. Dic
son.
Orange and Rutland Cotinties aro
ing ihcir part wcll, intlie way of new
scrtbcis, anil we aro much ohligeti to
who arc favoring us in this way.
ftloms anu iiiis, commcncc a
voliuno of their llomo Joumal, ihe
m 1 IIT'll'
nr.Tnn'v. IR.1S Amntin llc m.inv att
tioits, it is to be commpnced wilh a
j i i
timc to subscrtbo Published New
ITily at $'-i,00per aiinum.
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