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to ssltlo this conflict of titlea. As a com
promiseronr Government offerod (o fix flie j paraltel of 49 degrees as n limit between us on that coast; that of Great Britain to claim nolliing south of the moulh of Ihe Columbia River ia latitudc 40 degrees. Those eiTorfs failed, ncither party accepting lbe proposilions made. A fresh negotiation was opened in 1817. Then it wes ajjrccd that the respective rlaims of cach country should remain for i6ii vears, each liavinjr tho common cnjoy meat of it for trading, huntiog or settlement for thoso purposes. In 1827 another attcmpt was madc to dispose ofthis qucstion. It failcd. The two Governmcnts returned to the under- standing ofl817, and agrced to yicld to each olher a portion in Common, with lib. orty to renouncc the arrangcracnt on eithcr side iifon a ycar's notiee. It thus appcars that Great Britain makes no claim to the right of colonizing, and that we, by the convention, haveprohibitcd our- selvcs from taking exclusive posscssion or jurisdiction. Now the bill before tho Senatc violates tha trcaly of 1 827. It confers upon our citizcns h.ted posscssion in srants ol land It doos not confer it at once, but it bind3 the govcrnmcnt to do it. It is in rcalitv taking possession of the country. A sov crcign power could not make an act moro complcle in this respcct, tho only limit in tho bill being thc r.Ilcged cxtent of our tcr ntory.so that it cxchidcs Great Britain from the whole now in disputc. On the otlier hand that Govcrnmcnt had bcen morc cau tious. Thc act of Parliamcnt isnot to tako possession of the country, or grant its soil, but to c.xfend to the British subjects tho protcction of the British law. Weshould pursueajusicr course. Whcth er Ihe trcaty waswiscly or unwiscly madc, we cntcred inlo it and arc bound by it. Wo must give the ycar's noticc beforo '.vo can grant land in, ortakc posscssion of, (hc Orcgon territory. But a surcr policy still rcmains. If wcrush intocontcst with Great Britain, as we must do, should we violatc our trcaty with hcr, and forfeit our faith when she has maintaincd hcr3, wc cndanger cvery thing on thatdistant coast. Ilcr re- sources in Asiaarc great. She could con centratc thcm in tho Pacific far sooncr than wc, and i:i such force as to put at defiance. But if, not yielding our rights, we maintain poacc, and lcave it to time, and thc rapid inarch ofour scttlomcnts, we may ensutc tha pcaccful, but certain cnforccment of our riglils. Let this mattcr, said Mr. Cal hcus, havc i(s own natural course, and, by, y.-.u may, easily as one plucks a ripo pcach, gathf-r tvlml thus it would bc hardly possiblc to tcar awav. CONGRESS. Thdksday, Jan. 2C. Scnale. Mr. Bayard reportcd a bill a mcnding the act to reorganize the Navy. Petitions were prcsented for and against the rcpcal of the bankrupt act, the exchcqucr, &c Mr. Linn advocatcd the Oregon bill : he said Great Britain was taking advantage of our delays, and that the Amcrican fur trade had bcen reduced from fialf a million in 1820, to only $3000 or 84000 per ycar no'w. Ihuse. Mr. KcnncJy of Alaryland re portcd a bill making provisions for the warc housing of importod goods. The committee of Commerce was unammous in favor of the bill. The anti.exchcqucr resolution com'mg up, Mr. rendlcton opposed tho cx chequer, Mr. Wiso dcfcndcd Mr. Wcbstcr against tho attacks of Mr. Marshall, Mr. Arliicrton culogised the Sub-Trcasury, and ilr. ProfU ditto the cxchequer. The com mitleu on Cost Johnson's plan to rclieve the states, by issuing two hundred millions of dollars in bonds, was nppointcd as fol lows: Mcssrs. ffm. Cost Johnson of Ma rylaud, Gentry of Tcnnessee. Adams of Jlass., Cascy of III., Cooper of Pa., .Mar shall of Ky., Alorrb of Oliio, Eloward and Craven cf Ia. Fhiday, Jan. 27 Sesate. Mr. Mcrrick dcfcndcd tho new billon pos'.agc, andRlr. Linn conlinucd his fpccch on thc Oregon bill. The Exchcqucr In the House, thc dcbato was finished on this Mibject by Mr. Fillmore, against the Erchcquer. Mr. Thcmpson moved to lay the subject on the tablc : lost, 141 to 60. 'JTie previous question was ordercd, 99 to 73 : when the first question was pul, on adopting thc amendmcnt of Mr. Atherton, (in favor of tho Sub-Treasury.) This was reie"'.cd, yeas 105, (5 wbigs or doubtful. 4 Yyisr mcn, and 9G locw,) nays 1 15, all vwn". The qucstion thon rccurred on a- d(.:.;:ii the rcsolution of the Committee of Way and Means, which dcelarcs that it is s cxpcdieist to adopt thc Exchcquer plan renorted at thc last scssion bv tho Secrcta- rv ofthc Trcasurv ; and this rcsolution was cirpted ayes 193 (tho mass of locos and hias: all ofthc Vermont mcmbcrs volcd i !-) noes 18. (14 whigs, 2 Tylcr mcn, 2 locos.) Alr. C. J. Ingcrsoll, a loco, 'ncn movcd to rcconsider this votc, eo as to make a spcech-and a spccch hc did makc, 'JUir.g loose trom tr.c sub trcasury, saj ing :hat thc old act of 1769 was good cnough for all purposes. Mr Everett moved to lay ths motion of reconsideration on the table : sreed to and thus ends the Prcsidcnt's Sxcbequer plan. Wc now think it settlcd that r.otliing will be done as to the curren cy. Cor.grc33 will not take the Prcsidcnt's plau, and he will not take any tliing which Congress may pass. Tho next Congress wo supposc will havc a majority of locos, and will probably rc-cn-act tlie Sub-Trcasury ; and thc Presidcnt "sufacient for tho day is the ovil thcreof." Satubday, Jan. 29. Sexate. not in session. Ilorss engagsd on private bills. RELiEr1 or the States Wareiiocsixo SrsTEjr, &c. ExcnEauER. Ccrre'poEdeccc of The Tribune. Wasbicgton, Thursdaj-, JaD. 28 1843. Ia thc House of Represenlativcs, to-day, tke Committee ordercd somo'time since, (wd iis appoinlment defcrred on'account fthe inability of tho Speakcr to select paibcrs disposed lo consider tho mattcr teiih favor) on Y. Cost Johneon's plaa for "ie reiief of the States, (by the issue and tributien.of S200.000.000 Government "!tj was appointcd, to consist of tho fol 'owinj incmbers: Members, Wm. Cost ,f!l?,on(ChairmanI)Gentry,Adams,Casey 'W, Cooper ofPa., Marshall ofKy., Morris of Ohio, f Joward. and Cravens of Ia. Mr. Undcrwood. from the Select Com. mitteo on tho improrement of steamboat navigation, reportcd amendments to the bill now under considcration of tho Committee of the Whole. Mr. Kennedy of Md.,. from tho Coramif teo on Comniercc, reported a bill ' making provision for the warehousirjg of importcd goods.' He stated that the bill mct the un animous concurrcnce of the mcmbors of the Committee, although this was not the case with some of the urgumcnts of tho accom panying report. A motion to print 5,000 extra copies of the report. which is under stood to bc one of tnnch ability, lies ovcr. Mr. Wise prcsented sevcral rnemorials from BufTaloand other parts of Erie County in favor of thc Exchequcr. The anit.Exchequcr rcsolution from the Commitico of Way and Means was takcn up at the instancc of Mr. Fillmore, who exprcsscd the hope that the qucstion would be takcn to-day. Mr. Pendleton made a sonsible spcech in opposition to the Exclicqucr-schcme. Mr. Wisorcplied to fllr. Marshall, tn de formerly dirccted his mighty powcrs of in tcllcct and argument in opposition to a Gov ernment Bank. and then when in power, of rccommcnding the vcry thing which he nad thus condcmncd. He attempted to provc that tho Exchcqucr was not a Government uank-ihat it partook nomoreot tnc quai- ities of such a bank than the Trcasury itsclf, or than thc prcsent systcm ot uovcrnment flnancial opcrations under thc control ofthc I rcasurcr of the Uiincd btatcs, accordinz to thc law of 1789, &c. Mr. Arlhcrton. (the author with Mr, Pickens of the ininority report in favor of thc ijub-lrcasurv,) occupicd his hourinan cxhibitson ofthc bcautics of that svstcm.so signally rcpudiatcd by the people in 1840. uir. rrotit advocatcd thc adoplion ol thc Exchcqucr schcmc. Without action thc IIouso adjourncd. In Senate, Hon. Arthur P. Bngby of Ala- baina madc his first appcarance for tbescs. sion. Pcfitions for and against the rencal ofthc Bankrupt Law,for thc Exchcqticr,fJ-c., wcrc prcsented. A varicty of private busincss was disposed of, by adverso reporls, indcfinitc postpone. mcnts, occ- Mr. Bayard, from the Committee on Na val Aflhirs, reportcd a bill tonmcnd tho Act rcorganizing the Navy Departmont. Thc considcrations ofthe Orcgon bill was rcsumcd, and Mr. Linn, (thc introducer,as will bc recollcctcd, of the bill,) at somc lcngth advocatcd its passagc, and rcplicd tovarious argumcnts of gcnllcmcn prccc dins him. Ilc rcferrcd to the delays ofCon-l grcss from tinic to timo in action on thissub- lcct; to thc lact that throusb thc cncroach- mcnt of urcat untain by hcr iludsons Uay Company and in other wavs tha annuai valne of our fur trade thero had dimimshed since 1820 from four or fivc hundred dol lars to the comparatively insignificant a- mount of tico or Uiree thousand, to vari- ous evidcnccs of thc g'eat produclivcness, fcrlihly and value ofthc country and urged tho policy of encouraging scltlcmcnls by grants ofland, protcction, o:c. Ilc dc nounccd the course of Great Britain in rcf- erence to thc McLcod case, thc qucstion of thcsearch ofvcssels, and other qucstions, considcring her pacific disposition subordi nato to hcr sclfishncss and rapacity, and arjrairi'i thencc that we should nnt hcsitatc in boldly asserting and maintaining our rights Jcc. tc. Thc Senate adj. Ancus. January, 30. 1843. Ixthe Housn. Thc subject ofthc dis tribution of thc public stocks, among the states agrccably to thc plan of W. C. John son camc up twicc incidcntally, and in thc Senate petitions in favor ofit from Penn sylvaniawcre prescntcd. This projectby thc by is arresting much scrious atlention in congress, and we think will at last in some shape secure a majority in congress. A very able sclcct committee ha3 becn np. pointed to report upon it. Thc report has not as yct come forth. In thc senate, Mr. McDufHe presented rcsolutions ofthc Icg- islaturc of South Carolina, against the Tar- iffof last scssion. Januan-, 31. The Oregon dcbato was resumcd by Mr. Cnlhoun in an ablc speecli against the bill. Likc all the prcceding spcakcrs, hc exprcs scd his cntire conviction ofthc justicc and supcriority of nur claim to this tcrritory.but thought the timc had not arrived when it was cxpcdient for us to asscit and maintain our rijihts ; that such an attcmpt would be utterlv vain, owing to thc superior power j nnH n"rlrnnlnrr! of Great Rrilain for carrv. f " e ,,i ing on a war; but that if made, it would rcsult in our cntire loss of that Countrj'- Hc advcrtcd to tho deprcsscd state ofthe! Trcasury, and thc crabarrassmcnt pcrva. ding thc whole country, to the party con- llicts and divisions of the day, and above ' iall to our great remotcness trom mat tern- .... - fllr. u isorcpi.eato mr. Annui,in ae-ipassed on thc 15th of May, 1820, the for fencc of Mr. Webster from Mr. M s. chargc , CI-gn Slavc lrade is decIarJed to bo ; of lnconsistency, in havmg long and uni-i an(1 is made PUn;shabIe bv death jlory; while England. tlusbed with rcccnt g branchcs with the body ofa victoncs in thc Last, with a powcrful armv , . j and an cxhausllcss trcasury, and mililary, trec of smallcr sizo as to lurn it up by its talions but a few thousand milcs distant. . roots, which direclcd the souice of dangcr was ready to take posscssion thcrc, andtoa place that was not anticipated ; Ihe ! maintain hcr asserled rights. Uc advoca j shafts of dcath wcre mysteriousiy conccaled tcd pcace, and said if timc were allowed for . Jt , , 4, ,, A J. . , . ,, , the spread ofour populat.on-thithcr, ti,e i 'n he top of thc small treo ; which fclled : country would gradually fall into our hands ( Mr. Noycs to the carth, where he instantly witnout any expensc oi ircasurc or i uiuou. Mr. RlVCS has the floor for to-morrow, , : ik Jl.l ;il W I WUCU II 13 UAJUUIUU lliu ucuaic ,fiii iviv. Arcus. Gor. Paixe, op VERMO.-The citizens of Providcnce, R. I., by a committee, have tendcrcd a complimentary dinner to bis cx- ; cellency Gov. Painc, of this state. We : copy thc following from tho Providence Journal of Jan. 20. j Thc manly course which Gov. Paine look j in his message. in rclation to the recent in jsurreclion in Rhode Island, was so difTerent trom that ofsome Exacutivcs upon whom the friends of Law and Order had cqual claims, that it was parlicularly appreciated hcrc. The mcmbcrs of thc General As scmbly callcd upon him at his lodgings ycs. terday, and a numbcr of gentlemen tender cd him a public dinner. as a mark of respect to him and to the noblo State of which he is the worlhy Chief Magistratc. Tho lim itcd timo which he was enabled to remain in the city, compellcd him to decline this proffer of hospitality and good feeling. Gov, Paino attended tho Infantry Ball on Tues day eveninj; in 'ffempany with Gov. Kinsr, He left this city for Vermont last evcninn-. The following is the preamble and rcso- lution on the subject of slavcry introduced into the House by Mr. Slade, which, as will be seen by tho Herald of the 17th inst. was rotcdor byall the northorn Whigs, and against, by the cntire body of locos. THE DOMESTIC SLAVE TRADE Mr. Slade (tho state of Vermont being cauea; movea tnat lh aist rule, which pro vides that "no pelition, memorial,resolution, or other paper prayiDg the abolition of Sla- very in the Distict of Columbia. or any State or Territory, on tho Slave trade be- twcen the States or Territories of the Uni. ted Slatcs, in which it now cxists, shall bo rcceived by this Housc, or entertained in any way whafever," be suspendcd to cnable nimto oucr me lollowiog preamble and rcs olution, which were read for information. Whereas, by alaw of the United States, punishablc by death And whcrcas thcre irf, and has long bcen corried on in tho District of Columbia, with- in sight ofthc halls of tho two Houscs of Congress, and tho rcsidcnce of the chief Exccutirc Magistratc ofthis nation, a trade jin men -invoh- a)1 the principlc; of out. ., nn i,,lmn ,u;u ..v.,, (he foreign Savc ,rade a)d wMch havQ drawn down upon lttho malcdictions ofthc ctvilizcd world, and stictnatizcd those cn- gaged in it as cnemics of the human race. And whcrcas, thc trade thus cxisting this District is aggravalcd in cnormity by rca- son of its betng carned on in the hcart of a nation whose institutions arc bascd upon Ihe principlc that all mcn arocicatcd cqual and whose laws havc in cflcct proclaiincd ils great andsupcrlativeinlquity; nggrava ted. morcover, by its outrago on thc scnsi- bihtics of Llinstian communily by its Mjnucringineiiesot Uhtislian brothcrhood, and by thc angnishof its rcmorseless viola tion of all tho domeslic rclations, rcndercd lbe morc deep and endurinig by the hal lowing influcncc of tho Chrislian religion upon those rclations, and by thc increascd strcnglh which it givcs lo tho domcstic af fection. And whcrcas one ofthc purposes of thc Constitution, in providing for thc setting apartand cxcmpting from Siatciurisdiclion a District for thc scat of Govcrnmcnt of thc United States, was to provide a com mon ground whcrcon all could mcet, under a systcm of law not involvincr, ofnecessitv. principles or usagcs pcculiar to any of the States, but bascd upon tho creat principles asscrted in thc Declara tion of Independcncc, ana tooKingto the great objects contempla tcd in preamble to thc Constitution. And whereaa that purpose of the Consti tution is dcfeated by subjecling a majority ofthe Represenlativcs of tho people and of the Slates in the two Houses of Congress, and a majority of thoso cmploycd in the Excculivc dcpartmcnts at tho seat of Gov crnmcnt, to iho nccessity of witnessing a trade in human beings which is to them a sourcc ofgricvous annoyance and an ob. jcct of deep abborrencc and dctestntion. And whcrcas this trade in human beinc1? is carricd oi? under the authority of laws e nacted by the Congress of thc U. States, thereby involving the Pcoplc of all tho Stalcs initsguilt and disgracc aguiltand dis graco cnhanccd by the considcration that those laws arc a virlual usurpation of power, thc Constitution of thc United States hav- ng confcrrcd upon Conjircss no riht to cstablish tho rclation of Slavery, or tosanc-'i tion and prolcct the Slave trade in any portion ofthis Confederacy : thcreforc, jicouiicu, i ai au laws in any way au thorizing or SMnclioning tho Slavc trade in this District, ought to bo rcpcalcd and tbc trade piohibitcd, and that the committee on tho District of Columbia be instructcd to re port a bill accordingly. The Rcv. Jcstin Pekkixs with his wife and child left here yesterday. He goes to Boslon, from whencc he cxpccts to sair to Smyrm on bis way to Ooromtah in Persia, thc tlieatre of his Missionary labori. We undcrstand hc is to be accompanicd by thc Rov DavidSioddardand wifeof Northanip- ton. Mass., and a Miss Myorj of White Hall, New York, as fellow laborcrs in that interesting field of Missionary efibrt. Killed IxsTASTtY.-On the 31 ult. Hol land W. Noycs of Salisbury-, by thc fallof a trce. Mr. Noycs and sevcral other mcn were cngagcd chopping wood in thc swamp. ; near Otter Creck in thc immcdiate vicinity of cach other. As Mr. Novcs was chonnin? on a trcc that had bcen prcviously fclled other ch0ppcrs fclling timber near b-, gavo 1 ; . " . , , n,lco that hc m.ght bc in dangcr. Mr. N. startcd and ran swiftly from thc placc whcrc ho was at work, in tho mcan timc, n. faii;n trnp. wns n larfrn one. so .cxpired, witnout asliuggie, ora groan. ! M, Noves wna fnrlv fivo vnnrs nltl. nnps. - - 'I sed an iron constitution, and was a very in- duslrious, ingcnious. intclligcnt and useful citizcn, and rcccntly a vcry activo and zcalous christian. Hc has left a wifc and cight childrcn in nonage to mourn tho loss of his valuablc life, as woll as many rcla. tions, and ncighbors, who must scnsibly re alizc thc vaccum occasioncd by his unlimc ly exislancc. "The ways of Cod, are aJ$lerioaJ,, Tliey are not likd our wajs." Cox. Brighton Market. Mondat, Jan. 30,1843. At Market 620 Beef Cattle, 1200 Shecp, and 70Srine. 100 Beef Cattle unsold. Prices. Beef Cattle. Last week'a pri ces were not sustained, and we reduce our quoratioua.vix : a fenr extra $4 50. First quality, $4 00 a 4 35 Second qu&lity, 83 50 a 3 75. Third quality, 83 25 a 3 50. Shcep Sales from Sl 00 to 1 50. Wethcrs from 82 50, to 3 50. WOOL. Tho ales of tho weck have becn confined to such lots as have bcen wan ted to supp'y the immediate neccssitics of manufacturers. Quolations as usual. Third Congresstonal District Liberty Party Con vention. The friends of the Liberty Party in the 3d Congressional District, are invitcd to as scmble at thc Baptist mccttng houso in Hinesburg!), on the 14th of Feb. next at 10 o'clock A. M.,for the purpose of nom- inalingacandidatolobosupportedbythem - - a j...-.ij- .. at tho ensuinji canvass. And wc tho un. rlersiirned committee appointcd br tho State Liberty Convention holden at Ran- , ..l : . j . aoipa. oninoda ana in idm., an no IbrilF.wanee.t tho Koba eCm. t to be holden Middlebury Poopie's Press, llu. e weeh suc carncsuy so icit the atlention oi our ieilow at ,.,e Dwelin!: HoUse oflhe ,U(I . CoUr cessively prev ious to ihe linie f said court. citizens to tho above call, and tho atlend- ance oi every man, wno urea or Doingue-i-' eoruaiy ncxi a-.iu o-ciocn lore noon : There ceived and disappointcd bv the other par-1 rro ya 'a helJ notiG-d to appear beloic sad ties is willing toaPssert his-indcpcndenco of iafta'nh;;or,1, jffSSJt' them, and to "remcraaer those that aro in not )e allo-.ved. bonds, as bound with them, when they go to thc ballo't box to secure theirown "id- alicnablo ri"hts." Axsojr BriscTox, ") Otiiexiet. Jewett, j HoSEA SPAULDINO R. Fabnswortk j Austix BnnciiEt.. J Williston, Jan, 19lh, 1S43. District Committee. The Missouri Houso of Representatives Uas SO CCnton CelebrallllS Ihe battlC OfiSeW' Orleans at thc precise punctum tcmpores that t dliagreed With the benatOOn thc prOpOSI- lhera'dadminls!fai!onaccoii:itbypuiIMiin;aerrtiOi-dtori-. . ., r i . t j l . cti I J of th! onlcria ihe Middlebury reonJe's rrcsi. a newna tion to postpono tlie tele to nlonaay,(illO IjiorprlriicdatraidMiduiil.oiy.tiircciTccisfacco.-ifilyrrL- ot January lailing on bandiy.) and accord - ingly dcsccralcd tlie abuath by lirmg tn front ofthe capilol, sung national songs, pa- raded tbrough the strccts with martial mu- sic, illuminatcd at night, kc. Dicd. On tho 29lh, ult. of Canker rash, Sarah Abigail, daughtcr of Joel J. and Aurilla Morrison, agcd 5 ycarsand 8 months. "brrcot cliild ! lhou;b drad, Ihoii ttlll art dear. Wliile tolby grarealonc lauoll, And fond remrmbrance drop a lcar, And my aflixtion'a with Uijsoul. Dear ebttd ! all bcanty, fadea away, Tbiae, loo, ia an carly crare, Thy form BhallmouMer to dccay, But Utarn a biitblcr one iball ira. The sod that lica upon thy bronr, Fonns a smal 1 moand or lorely creen, And nadrTneath it, moalders now, The form I loved, yct noTv nnsceru Middlebury, Feb. 6th, 1813. Middlebury Academy. THE Trustces of Addison County Gram mar School sivo notiee that they havc cnrraKed C.C. BISBEE. A. M.. totake the charge ofthe institution, as Principal or Pre ceptor, and that thc first quartci will com mence on wednesday, the 1st day orMarch. Mr. Bisbee has bcen einployed in the Scini nary in Brandon, and as he is an experienccd tcacher, thc Trus:ces are persuadcd thathc will answcr all thc rcasonablc expcctations of chberof those wbo are pursuinsr English studies exclusively or of thoso who nrc pre- panng io enter LOiieR. T. A. XV1KKK1LL., Kcgistor. Jllddlebury, Fcb. 7, 1S43. TO BE LET. THE oligible aad well known Tavern Stand belonging to Mr. Mprcv Reed now occupicd as a Tcmpcrance house by Mr Benjamin B. lirown. MERCY REED. Middlebury Feb. 6th 1843. NOTICE. S. JOHNSON, would inform all those who havc tincliled accounts or notcs due him that immediate paymcnt rauit be madc if ihcy wish to satc cost. Jao.as. 1B1. On hand And forsale low a gcneral assortccnt of Grocerics, Flour,Salt, Fish, Nails, LrlaSS, liOOtS, bllOCS, &C.6CC, which will be sold low for cash, or ciost kinds of produic, if celivered when fhe goods are takcn. Jan. 35, lb-3. W. S. JUtl.i)U. Improvement of the day! IMPORTANT TO' MILL OWNERS!! THE uiidersi"ncd havinj ottained thc ciclo- tive right of Johnson, Arnot and Wrifjht, their improvement in water wnecls, known as John son s Dircct Percussion and Rcacting Water Whcel: To use and to vcnd lo others to be used in Ihe Counly of Addison. Abso having been authori zed by the said Johnson, Atnot and Wiijb' as gcneial agent for the coonties of Rutland, Ben nington, and Lamoille, in the sttle of Vermont, to sell individnal orconnty righu of their valuas b!e improrement, in inatinjsucli an applicalion of water u to give the ;iea(csi amoont of strengtli f.om a iven quantily of water than any nheel now in use tha best not excepied. Therefore the undtrsigncd takes this mrthod to inform those intercsted in MILL or FACTO RV busincss, that he is prepared to put in Saw-mill, Grisl-mill and Factory .Whecls to diive all kinds of ciachincry, on the most rea sonable lerm, and on llie shoitrst nolicc. The above wheel iseastiron, and farspeed, dirabilily and poer, :s not equalled by any. The under tigncd is aware of the prcjedics that eiisU in the nunds of the public against any patent lighl im proreraenls, but he takes this occasion to rccom mend it to mill owners at no 'pjlent humbu" and to convince men of the fact, the undersigc- ed always wishes them to see Ihe operation ftr theirown aitisfaclion. Numerous certificates can oz o'naiiieu oi me uiiiuy oi tne. inventlon, bnt as men can best sali'fy themselves by seeing mey are requesieu to can at oeeman's Molloiv,. orin Salisbury, near tho Glass Factory, orit East M'ddlebory, where they can see the opsra- tinn in M'. tnllla A Irn , Tff . . 1T.... C..l Mills, trhero one can be ssen oa an upright phOTHS, Casmeres, Sattinettsand shafl: also in North Fcrrisburgb, in F. DougUs' . Trimings in great variety cheaper than cabinetshop. STILLMAN HENDRICK. lever before oflere.l, at Birox's. East Middlebury, Feb. 7, 18. 40m.f Sept. Z(J, 18iS. IN BANKRUPTCY. United States Dulrict Court, Vermont District. In Bankruptcy. Notiee to show causo against petition of John"R. Sumner ot Bristol in said dis trict, to be declarcd a bankrupt, at the officc of samuci rrcnins, in Montpelier ineaid district, on Tueaday the 21 st da of March 1843,10 o'clock forenoen. 40 PROBATE NOTICES. STATE OF VERMONT, Dhlrict oCHcw Havcn. ss. I QHE Hon. Ihe Piobale Court for (he District i r. ,ef "JTen- To a" Persons concetned in ttic Estatenf ,,. , . V V ' , "Ip of .Monktcn, in said district. deceascd. Whereas Lyman Williams Administrator of tlie Estato ofNathan William,. drri. proposes to rendc- n accannt of l.i A.'minislra. lion n,r.ni h!. ,ni p.i.i. ' in Bristol in said Distiict on the first Mooday of; ! Givcn under mv hand at Bristol, thi 2d day of Jnuary, a.u, isu. ilTVUVliY MUKSILL, Judge. STATE OF VERMONT, ) District of Addison, is. $ BE It remrmtirml luat at a rrobale Court hc'd at Witl bury Ia and r.ir lbe Ulslrlct or AdJisonon ibe23J ilir olJanuarvA.D 18(3. ' tlomer U. EMridzc adminl.ra:or ofthe rsfaic of OLIVBK. ELDRIUGH. late of Bridport In ta'A Dilriot, dcxracd. rrcscnls h't Ocl injnistraiiuii arcount for allowancu: It U ihprcrorf nnlirM that the came be cxarooriI for allotvance by said Cnurt at a srssipa liicrcoi io be uo'Ufn at lue pmcc onbe r:r;isirr o! (of FtbruarDntat oaco-c'ccL in tlie anenwoajanJ ihat 2.21? r2Z?,W" ral55S' ,'uslc "wi.oun . A truo copy of Rccord, 39 Ailcs, J. S. Bcca.-.CLL, Registcr. STATE OF VERMONT, ) Dislrin ol Addison ss. $ OE it remembered lliat at a Probate Couil lield at Middlebury in and for thc dis tiict of Addison, on the ISih dav of Januaiv, A.D.1S13. " Peter Strrr, cxecu'.or ofthe last will and lcslamentnf REBECCA M1LLER, lale of said Middlebury dcceaicd. maVe ap pliiMtioa U said couit io haveibc time allow ed for the paymcnt ! the dehts and lcacies of thc deceased rxicndetl one ycar l'rim rhc expiration of the tiate hcretofore limitcd liy said courl: It Is thercfure ordercd ihat said applicJlion bc con-idcrcd at a session of said cnurt tn be lield at Ihe ofhVe of the Rejristcr or said cuurt in s-anl Middlebuty on Wed nesday the 15th day of February next at one o'clock m llieaflciii'pon;andili:it notiee therc of beaiven lo aUpmons inlerestcd that they may nppearand mafce their iibjcciions il any they may have to ihe said time ol payment beins ex'ended as aforrsaid. bv publUhing a ccrtilied copy of lliis order in tiie Middlebury People's Preis a newspaper piioted at said Middlebury three we- ks successive.V previ ous !o the time of said court. J. S. BUSHNELL, Ilrgistcr. A true copy of rccord, 3S Allpst, J. S. BUSHNELL Registcr. STATE OF VERMONT, District of Addison ss. 1E it remembered that at a probate court lield at Middlebury in and for the district of Addison on thc ISih day of January A. D. 1S13. Jacob Dewcy adminfclrator of. the cstale of STILLMAN DEWEY. late of said Middlebuiy dccrasrtl, prcsents . his aummisltalitin account lor a'lowancc: It is therefore orJeicd that said account he cxamiucd lor allowance bv said court nt scssion theicofto he hcld at'ihe odice of the ' IJcgislcrof saltl court insaiil Middlcbuiy on ! Wednesday the 15h day ol Febiuarv ncxl I il uiic u uiutiv in iue uiiLTHuun, anu iuat sniu aummiMrainr caue nonce therenl tn bc 51 v-: en to all pcrsons intcrcslcd that they may appraraiid make their ohjcciioas ifany they have to Ihe allowance ol" said account. bv publishing a ct rlificJ copy of this nrder in tlie Middlebury IVopIe's Prcss 3 newspapjr printrd al said Middlebury, ihrcc woekssuc cessivelv preriou 10 tbe tmie of faid court. J'. 6-.RUSIItNF.LL, Re3Utcr, . A tiue copv of record, ' 33 lle'st J. S. Bl SIIiXELL, Re. I Jalncs Thompson's Eslatc. j WC llicfubscriberi Ii-iTin; been appoinlcd by thc Hon. Frobale Court fur tbe district of New Ilaven Commissioocrs lo receire, cxamine and atljpstaH tlie claims and dcmanUs ol all pertoos against tlie Esiate of 1 Jajies Titojtrsox, late of Ncwbaren in sad District, deceased, rcpre- senteu insoIrcnt,anilaIlcl.inns and demanus exuibi-' ted in offsct thereto: Andsix rnombs from the 2d day of January 1S43. being allowed by said Coprt 1 for tbat purpose, we do llicrefore gite notiee ibat' we will attcnd to tbe business ofour said appoint-' mentatthe dvrelling hoi'se of lbe uidow of tlie deceased in said NeithaTeo. on Ue Cd 3Iondays of , Februjry, ilfarch nnd Jiinc net frntn 0 o'clock A ill lo 41, ai. on caco 01 saia uays. Joxa. Hott, J. VV. La.ngdon. BnNJ Field, Commmisslosers. 33 Xcwhavcn Jan. 17. 1343. STATE OF VERMONT, I)ilrict of Addison ss. BE it remembered that at a prnbate court holden al Middlebury in and for the dis tnct of Addi-on nn the ISih day of January A. D. 1S-13. S'amuel Swift named rsecutor jn an instru nient purnortin?io bethe Iat will add testa ment of SEYMOOR SELLICK. lale of said Middlebury deceased, prcsenU the same for probate: Therefore, it is ordercd lliat th same beexamined for probate bv said court at a session thcreof to be hcld nt the of fice of the Rcqhter ofnaid court iu said Mid dlebury on Wednesday ihc I5th dav ol Feb ruary uext at onc o'clock in the afternnon,and that nolicc thereofbe given toall per?onsin terested that they may appear and make ibcir objeciions lo ihe probate and allowance f said will, by publishing a ceriiGed copy of tlrs order in tlie Middlebury People's l'rcss, a newsnanernriatcd at said Middlcburv three weeks succctsively previous to the time of said court. J. S. uUbHIM tUU, ite.isier, A true copv of record. 38 Anest " J. 53. BUSHNELL, Registcr. Gristmill. THE subscribers would inform ihe public, that the Gristmill ofthe Middlebury Man nfjclurin? Comnanr. below their V oolleu , 1'actory, now occupieu Dy inesutncnocrs.nas ! undergone a thorough repa:r, and put under ' tne supcrni ' is belisved Midd'eburj-, Jan. 9. 1843, 36;tf STATE OF VERMONT, District of Addison S3 DE it remembered that at a rrobate court O holden at Middlebury in and for the dis trict ot Addison on Uie 18th day ot January A. D. 184S-. Jeremibh Binpliam and Asabel Eingham, cicuuiurs oi uie lasi will and testament ot JEREMIAH BINGHAAI. Ii:e of Cornwall, in said disirirt.maka appli- cauini io saiu coiiri to nave Ihe tune lu'reto lore Iimilcd t.ir the navmcnti'f tbe debls ol said deceased extended one yar from the 16th day of March next. It is tbejefore or- dcredthat saiJ app!icatinn be considcred at a srssion of said court tn be lield at tlie otfice i 0f the lteffister of said court in Middlebury on Wednesday tbe 15:h day ofFebruary next . at cne o'clock in ihe aliernoun; and ibat nctice thereofbe jiiTen to all persmis iateiest- cd that they may apj ear and nul,e t'lcirob- Jectmns i any they may nave to the tune of paynK-nt b?.n? extended .-.sa oresn.d by pub lislnnz a certificu ronv" ol tlns order m Ih: J. BUSHNELL, Ue"iti-r, A true cony ul'reronl. Aiitt, J. S. BUSHNELL, Re?. 33 STATE Of VERMONT District of Addison, s. cit remembered that t a Prbb!e CotiiJ iicld at Middlcburv, ii ai'd for ihe Dis ir'ct of Addison, on the JSlh day of January A. D. 1813. Kliza J. Einlum late EKa J. Norlhrop and NazioNo illnop admiuKtralcis of llie rstatu of LUCTUS G NORTH ROP, late of Shoreham in said distiict decer.ed, prcs. ent lliclr adininKliation acrount fnr allotrance; Ana it is ineici'K)i) onleied Ihat ibe saxl rc counl be cxamiocd for alloi7.mce by .aiil couitat a se-ion lliercof to be hcU attlie oBics of tho Ir"j;hler of faid coon in sj;d Jliitdflmry, on Wcdnc-day Ihe J3lh day or IVb'iM.y licttat one o'clock in tbc artcrnooo! And lliat s.ril ad miniM -ato aivc nolicc l!ierrof io-jt nc-foin ii. Irrcletl, tlut Ibeir injy o;e.ir and ina!;e tbe'r uirction if any Ihcy inve to l'ie sloance of wil acrount, bv pui.liiiin; a c c t . i firil copy ofitifo ort'cf ia the Mnlolebury IVoiilcSPiess. a nciv p.per piinlcil al ssul ftlidtHcliury- llneo wecLs succt33ivrly picviotis io Ihe liuic'of said Comt. J. S. BUSHNELL, R.-gister. A true copy of rcconl. SS. Altes. J. S. BUSHNF.LL, l!e;!:er. STATK OF VERMONT, ? District of Addison, s:. S BEil rrm.-'nitCf-d Ihat ata rro:m ri.'mt trMat aliJiHe buirltiaiHi niribcPitirirt orAdilttnuaiDrldihdjy or January 1SK. L.uey bimniid ami .aiiiftn cni rikU'a.s or io iat u ill aud lrMa'neul of BKNONI S.'IURTLIFF, tii.on of Wirj csiaipof i(itrc-aij irsrf ainnnilie durrd3mrt fu Int Tvi'l anl tfi-iiimit nftlt rie cravil pccorilins in ilw nroWwri itirrntf, nml tlmt cnm mi.wncrj h nj pnintl lor ihat pintrr lii ilfrrrorpr Cctrtl tltat rxrrr'lotSCJMferiotice libe-Ttn lurKnt'f son iiiirrinl ihat llwy mav rpar lMiofFaiJ Ouital sTsion llirn of to Im; Iifltl jttife tnlice ol"il,e J!pti--r ots'd Couiiiiis.MU MNitlt(biry on Wnlotviiay l!t Jai'i il.iym Ft'biuaiy ii'it Ufii otoao'c'ock ln ilic'nrirn'oo.i nt wliicl liin lli cmirt ajtpoi cnauo's-:rwr. m r.wlf p-tt-lnion ofw'd thot as nCutrail, lnr jMililiMit n rt-rltticd eony orUt'soiilrr In He MiiMlcbury pi op'e rirr'S a nws- picvious io llte time oi"hjiI ComL A truo copy of rcrord, 33 Ow J. S. BUSIINKLL, Beehter. Alanson Pcck Guardian No- iico, We llie imbscrihers Iiavioj Iwen ppoiafed hj tha Uon. Pmbaie Court for llie Di&trict of AdtKccn guardiani of Alakso:i Peck, of Cornwall in said District. an i.nnne rson. pve notice that an order Iias bcen made Ly the ianl Probate Court requlrin all rredi!oi of tha Jald A anson Frck to prcsent their chims to 119 the said guardians for pnjmnnt wltli'n eTghl calendar monllis from lle2l8t day of Dcccmber 1S42; and thit all claims agiinst the aid Alanson Pcck noV prcsented to us within ci;lit calendar months from the said 21t dav of Deccmber, A- D. JS42. will Ie baired as against us, a;rceabiy to ih: ttatule In tucb caia mada aad protidcd IIolACK JlMI, OftCI.I FltLD, Cornwall, Jan. Sd 1S43. Noticc. T'HE Subssriber conlcinplates a (lifTcrcnt J arrnii"cmnt ill busines?, and renuest ! ,, . - . 1 , ' nu person iuiiuuicii tomin t cau nnu seme thc same by Cash or notc, liefore ihe first day of March next. Aml tlnxe who intcml pay ing him by bankrupt noticci arc requcslctl to Fcn l them in immeiliatcly. ' All those whoilo not atlrml to thH notiee irevious to that timc "ill hc fnriiNIici! with one that they will understanil. : Gr.or.ur: M. Baow.f. ; JMiddlebury, Jan. 9, 1S43. Sfi;3tv I0B PKINTING. TllBoGiceorilie reople' I'rrss havip- Wn tKm:j riclilv mnnlir-d iriiriiirw IVDf. enin. Jte In ail-ilrtmi I In llwrbrmf amp'e Dialrrinl lor Ihe mo-t filiHbrJ JOI! I IVOIttv. Ih KiltMri!u.rncattr Ih miM. ilinf lin wi't.t. cute romrKl.ir and at tlie luneit jtokaiblr piicrs, 2 HAMDBILLS, witl licsrnrul for panoria-e from any quarter, but coiil)lrn.iriot,sili.-itilK!rir"irilKl'cop'er.i nt I in intiodure il i;ilo this rt"ion So comnle'e Irastwlll Uke.li lOi.iil.. HC.TUin whrilwr irKreannont I 7," " 1,1 J n f COmpie.e-liarelhi-irpiiiiliojdnneatlliiinffice rki!."u!l ard upon ! ly Ioe3 "iU COmpIIIOn lll'ld H e tOOlh,lhSt asfavoiacuimiatin anyoilirresialilislinifTitlniUeiiaie tho-e hVierlo bccoilie tendcr Pt! Ucless. Lt JlUdlc'jurj-, Dcecmber )St2. JI- ' Simon 1' ure 1 A.MP OIL. The real JU Lamp Oil for ealo by A.oECKWlTrt & Co. 1UE hiahcst evidcnro of sounrl judsmeril. B ood t!ste,aitu cconomical habils will be cvinccd, by purchastng your goods at Z. liECKWlTII & CO S TslVsSrATERIALS formosl kinds ol wear. JxH. in apparcl uscd in the country so. pctcd wtlli e.xptcss Winter trade, may rcfcrcnco to Fall and be found in great vari- ely just cpened by E. RECKWiTn & Co. In Bankpuptcy Assignce's Salc. IY crder oflhe Uniled State- District Court A9 for the Distrct nf Vermont, will be fold at Public Auclion at the Vermont Holel in Middlebury on ihe lolh day ofFtbruary next al one c'dock P. M. for cash. all tl.e nshts, lille, and interest which Chail's Hooker had in and tua l"t ol land silnated in Middlebuty with thc binliiing-i ihereon slnndin?, being tbe farm n which the said Hnoker lattly res- ided?nUn an rnnnl hnlfof the Saw-mill. and priveliitc, conimonlv cilled the Hooker MjH, . - of Iand on ,e Mountain will. Jbe ivi,ees and appurtenances thereunto sched-.ile on filein Tbe officenfthe Clerk of thc district Court a more particmar discrip- tion ofsaid real esiate will be given at Ihe time of sale. Habry GooDBicn, Asi;nee. Uiddleburr Janmry J5h 1818. NEAR EIGHT YEARS Before Iho Anerican Pnblic, otd notr eoM by 25 00 Aents la the Xcrr Englend 8!tee fonp BENJAMIN BRANDRETH'S I1ILLS. '31I11S vcgelable nil truly iiitmefut jL mctlicino rmtiriESitho biood nn-J im mediately otay the iurllier-progroa of du',a in Ihe bodiesof llioso nhoe powcrs or lif-atr not alreadi cxliausted. Where humin ta-n cau arail, Ihere ej.eely eny complaim ur form o ic!ine9, Ihit the RranrtreUi 1'ilU do nm rciievo aud gcntrallv cure. Alihongh tkea- p::U praliicp a kno.vn effcct, lliAt nKrct is not l prostrato the biMy, " with other medicinrt. J "t llie fraine h iutijriraleil by the lemoral of tbe camrof wcjkic?i, the morbid, the citiatoJ hu 139,9 fi-rim the bload llarinlcsi) in Iheinseirei, Ihcy mrIy ASSIST NATURE. To Ihrow oul tbe occaion of sickneu frm ibj body, nd Iher teouiic no allerntion m th diet rcloth'ng. In kct Ihe human h'Xly is h-.lfr ab'e (o siBtii.i wi.liout injury, the inciemrncy of the weathsr, viiia i"der llie inSueiice of lliis in. ficiion ii'cslrovi.15, lisase erajicaling Aledlciiia than ant ollicr liun. Tue 'niporlance f Brandreth's PilN for Sua mn aiil Irar. li-u ;s ;heref re, self evn'ent. By i'm liine'y use cf Ihii incdicinc how much inioly and fictne mijht we not prevent! Cold. biliom a!T;ct:oii. Typhm, ,Scarlet and f-T-u efall Uinds, wonM be unknmvn! Bnt whera sickuesdoeetil, l.-t the Biandreth's Pilli ba at once ent for Uiat the remedy nay ba pplld without furlherlo of (im. Where Physicians have it:Ten tbe WlANDRETirs PILLS & fair lril, Ihcy courrde Iho rfrilietne Ihe bt evacrvnt of liin loivol liillirrlrd-crvcrcil. 'l ' -ingicd'enta -ea;i pu parcd erprrf?l for l nannriclnr- of llie Erandirlh Fls, n-d il i po."il!e lo obiain a ptiraltn of ii.e m- p rrlic cxcr, t I Dr. 1J. Biam'i e I . f-t .i jic'.--n. aml tbe wo ld at larsr bcar in niind t' Ihe Brandieth T-U may be lalrn-, 'f necca'T ferany b-ni th ol lime" dai'y. i:ot only wilhon. ipjnry, bnlnilb n rnl im v of I rt-(".r.j rr.utt. I'cmct-t'ierlbit ihey atu"v(t;-tal'p nn t inno eciit niidiciiie, yi I all poe'lul for tbe rpmur.t of diof5' S Soiher sincnic or rec nt, infecuo. tr otheiwip. That ihrypuiuy the hfoml.anl ty Ihs fjr ifvr rojr of jij,eai, in the h mai Tbal, ir many ca-w. h-'n tb lr-a.l'iil rT geiof lilreiatin had l.iiil bir i;iiu-nt -r b.:i.-.. and vhi m 3! jpvarTin-u, no hit:in mr:i cid I s.iv liTr, fcavn p.iliinli hy ih , u. -f PilN li. cii rr-ioici! I; wiil IvjIiIi, -f,.. ,! rtir ing d'Saiu hare Iweiicempk-;! rauiealed. Gcnnin9 IjrandrotJj Pills of tho Now Iialiels-, thut ?'DEATH BLQW TO CCUMTIiFEIT5! I.ikeitiie the Brantlrcth Extcrnal Ilouie.'h, Aro nrgularly fiirnh'iea in th followinj ncnls in A dbiso.i Co. for thir !s from rnj N". E. OFFICE, 19 Hanovcr Strcct, Boston. 19 JONATHA.N HAGAR, .MMillcburr. Necdliain & DennU, East MiddUsutT Bjrni s &. Fuller, A(ldioii Cridpo.t P Fletcher ir Son, J Frost &. Ci. Philandcr Jonen, Moulton &. I'oiier Beiijimin A'len, Munsnn &. Dein, li K Hiiskill, Satnuel ETcrl.t, Sh-.les & W'ebK, Koscoe &. Nss-b, Hunllev &. Hi'jins, Urixol C.rnwall Ferribur;h New Unven S.ilishury Shcn-linra Riarkborr Fersennrj Wfiitinac Vnt.-h I'oint ivin iiint. T H Ki drr. Wm. R Kirby, J &. O S Simond', Simans &. Hirrh.i'ft B. BRANDRETK, M. O. 211 Broadivay N Y, 35;yl o 1 1 c e . WOOD givr nntice 10 all who un-ettleil nrcntiut, thatit nott! f have ment icst rr. vmt wilhont rtelay nfnll c connis that have l:een 3 inonlli-i sfandinir. On hmiH anrf Ibr.ifile a Gcneral Asort meiit' nf V. I. (sorxl-i, Flour, Coii ai:J Shoe U'indowGlass, Ciitainl Wro'tNil 5:c, low lnr ttsii, kimN of I'roibi-e. Jnn.lC, 1843. or Heibt Pxt iu iuot( DENTISTSr. N. HARR1S. SUUGF.ON DK.TIST. j "5"5i"OlJLD rspnvs his tiude lo 1 iintil c lor ilie ni'ronn-f w.:b h hei bcen so libcrallv li--.owdtp n hiin. amt irnsls thut hi? f-Lil' a-il enl.iig-ii riiiericno wili ,ei-o a eoniirnMiice t it. He would nsfi're the puM'C ihat he 'a ev.-r nde vorerf to terji up win. :il. the improvcnienl" in th scie.ice of Diivi-lry, by : ii'ninin; him'-rlf wii'i ihe ii'o-lrre-tpuil:.iiini-. nd t v cor-re-pon';t nce w 111 diflinuiV r.1 p-ariitieneia in liie rii'cs. Ile Ui -pfiii- ) uirhasci of tlmt skilful ilriili-l Dr Wniilfin.e of Boston, ihe au ofmakinj ihc (ini.n Aclclk tvhteh has recenl'y becn so happily a Uipicd ini-i ihe praeiue nf the pri)fe-siia in tSotun. New Vork nnd o'htr i.I.ice-i. nnil hss l.rrn ti:e firjt I bcinj propt-fly vlcincd iud li'ltO, mav be prcserved, anii so irstor-d. that he pos?ssf jran roasiicate his food with ai much fariliiv lhou.h no (.cfect csisir1. Siiddlebury, Dec. 7, 1812. I. I "Ncccssify knoWS llO LltVV P PCRSONS hsvinj uncttl'i accounts vrilh thc subscril r are EARNEsTLY rtquesied io -c!l an si-ttle immediatelv, for h" wishrs to cloie his business as so m as possiblc. HARVEV WILC02C. Middlebury, Drc.25, 1812. NOTICE. The Kiibteribcr has on hnnd a large &surt' ment of Boots and Shocs Which he would be clad to dispose of fr CASH or READY PAV, nl redared pri ces. (31,3w) H.WILCOX. BLANIS ! BLANKS ! ! Tlie cffif-e of the PeopIe'sjPrns ii now w (mr iilicd with a tar ely of Blank-i ade eonfeniji s possibte, and comrKised witb rreat re?a rd 10 Irea. ccuracy. to be soIdt lbe taott rraionnbl priw. Aiddlebory Vn. IS. 1313, Groceries. THF. subscriber has just receive:! fnra Xeir York a fresh supply nf Grrxcnc; A'esi cinM, Dye SluJJs.Paints,t,-c whicii lniu"er lor sale as lew cs can t.u purchased in l:.H vicinity, for CaU or pr"duce. T. r. RU52SLL. Dee.5, 1812.