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a chgliPngc Sdl jr 'i.V.cr, ar.l the l.iltergcutlcmau ' i vT ; ,-r J a cowarU. l iiu aw t irre;;oui!c:it of thcX. Y. American ,e f:ljiviiis ccoua: c. tlie ct.ac H?r. I : rish.'furtlie Hoassmct. laciuresoi turopc. ims ouuciu ki"S ';:"",!,' .7, 'ed !v tv.o otber wcIMi nbol new aud powciful veut to Engl.sU an.l Amer "'"Jmh I'avnc ud Beter nf Ala-i ioo cotton fabrics, and thee new custonicrs , ( , , .i.-Vi.or'cr who chaaced ; must of neccssityiucrcasethe dcmand for the i-m - -- , .1,.;. t r. itrl1. ' ... tm t;.i ! .niie -ij!iibis. J -r i , I hoiild su hoIJ Jiinisell. . . i . ... 1..- f i.i'ieT polllieu oui uic iuuii..... - . f 1-1- ,. i liro uiaiici ui w. ... - ... 1 .:. i 'rtir. icpimricr la ni.:i anu . m- i i ; - ' i i, riIit " :'J. aml tliathisoiTii recollectiou was '"'"L'iVtBJ by ilnt of inembers ivitli l), , " l,- Iwd spakcn. 31r. Wellor rejoincd '"ihev I. i'J t!ica spoken falsjly. Hc after t , 'ni, .,'.1 !. d tlia: tbc icporterhad rcpresen ' "i !.: 1 1 V-Iv.and tiiat he aiight, if hc chosc, !',i!1,','t"liis iii-'i-Ils. That to a pcrson admit ?.jTail:e!looro!i courtcsy onlv, was vrell ! i, .f'iit:iWcas asainstamcmbcr, pnvil ", -l., ir-, lieidos tli.it the rcporlcr had al '" , !t-u.)lii3 niindto resenc hiinsclffor ,e . tKcuiifrc. Tlic rcportcr, tliDrefore. , . II rliis. thoiuli uttcrcd pnibal.ly (I im-':.-iii uhat I haie scen of -Mr. Wcllcr) ', , iistlc iiolence: Imt whenliepro .. ,1 to call h'n statrments hcs" lio lost ,K;:.ppr,andtoMJr. V.'cllcr that it was ir.n cwn; -'' ..-V!. . " 1 j itcmt'iits liat wcrc iais;, suu t I .,r.n this, Mr. Ve!ier fc!l upon him with ..!.-re iIow uhich cnt him deeply tlirough . . M--!irot. bore him back overa corncr of ': i wh-rc he stood, Rot him doun, and . tt,-, hisblons nliilche liad liimimder V. appcars tu have appealcd for fair .i it. ili ;sc . Iio crowded nroimd, all strau '. nliiin. but v.heu sonic t.vo or thrcc .i-ii. of niterfeiinK. Mr. Payne and scv ,1 v-'.irs declarcl that ihey ivould nul i an.Isoiicof Jliem cncouraged Mr. '! r. Tlii. it-purtcr at last e.xlricatcd Uini- :,' !,!ir;aud(Mr.V,rllorde3ist:ug) left i, .!! i:::i"h hnrt. COiDIUJflCATION. Tor llw Northera Galixy. "V invite nttcmioji to the call, isucd hy . .ju:i .Mfiis Tcuiperaucc Soeieiy of i :-1! u-r, for a Convcnliou of the Fricnds tf 'i t'iiirniiicu to be held on thc afteraoou ,-i i. ii.! in-t. t'h'- :a:iou of tbc ( 'cimty Court, at the re c 'i! krm, iii n-fnsins to rencw or grant I.i-fin-.j. on the ronuil. it is imderstood, that pi !.i;c fijiiiiinu in the Connty was advcrse to t'i tH.iir in iinoiratinj Liijnor, has crca ;. . a .-imiiiiiiii iiiu.v-,t to sustiiin and inrrcasc i'i jinl.l.c M'litimiriit. To uficct this object i: u liil'!y important to have ihe friends of :' ..i; t.iiu j froin all jiaiis of the County i i, cl!n r. Tiir dty selectr.l is oue con- r 't.-l in lh? Iienrt of crery lover of his t. i:.;rv and his kind. And can it be more . ."iiily oli-iencd tlinn in tlevisin measurcs t ir .ni'iie tiiL- cai'.sf of Tcuiperaucc 1 l'!i- a Mrtss by Mr. Admis is a suflicicnt .j.l.'. cmi'iit to a'.tcnd the mceliiig. The ser i. of otber geutleinen, '.ie Icani, are also ni.'irol, nliichwill rendcr tho laectiu? one oi unu'ual interest. D. T11I-: MONTKZUMA. THE LA- TE.ST AIJRIVAL. ClllVA. j'1.8 ;j:o3t i:ai.ortant intc!!ij?ence thnt i i -i.na shonin; ihat a snpplcmental !i is b"ea ctTclcd bcln ecn tiic Chinesc i h oxeriiiiiei.!s, oneclr.tise of v.hich t''i.;rranfpin; to aH forfiii iiation ihe '.. rrjvilcRCS of Irede as to ihe I'ritili nlirs. This will rcndcr iinnccrssaiy ili.- I.oaiU.n Timrs, a'.l negoc-iation be (.." il.c Chiucse cnipcror and olher pou--. Tii- I'liincse govcrnment scem noiv dc i. i to abide 5y their trcatics in good 'i The Amciicsn aud I'ronch niissions I! coursc lmvc nothing to do. No mo- - i lift to inducc thc scnate to confirin i.iiin.ition of Mr. Cushitig. The slnb :jn.t:tittiunal fart" that hc dcsertcd 'J Spoak-j As illustratUc of tbc inuuence of thc Cbi "!"" 1 ii. tt,l Iimu wilh havinu.ua dcniaud for the manufacturcs of those c!i;;,r. l- ".j i0rtcr(araihcr;whom they have herctofore deiguatcd as :!!",;. .V, :.nswerc j that Iie would 1 barbarians," it is stated that "an order has ' ' " ' wiiUtiou, if howu tbat , bccn rcccived by one house in London alonc, ,l; ' ( TIk membr told Ui.n for 25,0'JO silver watches.furChma.aud cvery . 1 1 ' i i.: if l.n li!ni!.l hand in London is in activc cinploymcnt. 1 s HO n""1 ciimitrv for pluudcr will not bc to Parts dttrin" the rcvolution, wlicn thc ue , , crce of a Jacobin club carricd prosciiption, oicrio.iked. No latc can be too ignomnious , , 1 , 1 .1 1 . ,. . 0 dcalh and desolation thrntighout cicry pro- ir-:-i pohtical rencgades. Ihe statc of Mincc u ,lle Ullgdom Galaiy. I-..U. v.i'h Chiua is quite imsalisfactory ow- j PosTAcr. Thc Vrnuont Chroniclc com :.vto thevexatious restrictions aud grasjiing . plains tliat Vermont cditorsdo not say at Icast m.dcc of the ChiBe autl.oriiics. Whcn ! octhiuS on the sul.jcct of postagc. We , . . , . 1 have, thus lar, pubhshed little or uothmg.and 01 cc regulated this trade will be itnmeuse. ,it.. rr ln rn.11, H.nt n Imve Im.l T,Ir i, . . ,, , , . . n Ti,?(Tt -Po Cotto.n - News i""-""" Whcn we madc the rcniarks that thc ucws i'5 ;li- liritanata was of little importance, we I c:e 'iu politically. liutma couiiucrcialpoint , : icv it is of far-rcaching and extraordina- ' ry importance. It is &upposcd, aad not with out riMson, that thc ucws will givcanimpetiis to Im-mcss in '41, such as wc have not had 111 manv vcars. ( otton has nscn one lialf pennyapound 111 1 , ' ' r... 1.1,:.. i, v. , , 1 . u .1 . 1 the pnvilcse of scnditi" paperslreewiiniu thc r.tiglaud, and the imprcssiou scems tobe that 1 "'"-d . 1 r .1 . 1,.,. :, ,.,.., ' ... , 1 , ' countrv was mtended for this purpose; but it tinsriewillbeatU-!!tmatntaiiied,whiletliere . . . , . , . , '. - aniounts to nothins hcrc. l robably tlicrc :s i .1 chance to go even hmhcr, as thc crop is . , . .r 1 J 1 n. .bort oue herc. Theconsc,,ueuce of so , aU " '"Vermont ho scnds ti tv t-.liag a rise as one half pcn i.y upon rtl0 1 ail withm Lis eonnty. unlcss the .UM crop of cotton, (.pPLd to b'e about 1' ',1? a".f CCP,1.,": c Benendly wp-1,-o.j.oOO 000 of pounl) ailds from e.gut to I ""l -i"lb"llhm tht?rauJ adJ"nnS T-EL-.Einillions ofdolIarsof money to the 1 i S,. ' st'n l,"sran1d ,lf' as fc.ar' ii . r.i c! .1 1 .1 1 1 1 f . tlns bill cuts tliem olT, itill be a posittvc iu I mters of the fco.tth and the l.oldcrs of cot- . , d nlJ y n:ntnscou.Ury. To spcak properly tlus J e f ,,ost.omccs.' publishcr3 shoM uynotbe cal cd an mcrcasc of wcallh to, b a0WcJ , seuJ their papcn witliin their tnt amount but it wi I be an incrcase ofi t. 1 ... i';'l"-' ' in the hands of thc Atnerican holdcrs I propertv oi tlic countrv That the Northeru Statcs arc also deeply interestc.l iu the news mnstbe manifest,whcu we add that provisions of all kinds are firmpr ia the English markcts particularly bccf and ! ...l.:..l. 1,5,1., r..: t r. .. . jr,V;U.rnl f . ZZ la.m flour cver has been, as e can ralsc trrcaV er quautities of bcef and pork aud aflbrd it ata cheapcr rate from the Western States than thc production of wheat. The eflect of the rise of cotton will be felt to the rcmotest pulse of the South. Of late fur the purpose of paying dcbts abroad and , ' othcrtlkc i,'"or,urB tMKina new purcha.es cither at homc or , re scut Q Jt of ,hc g ., :,,t.i., ' . r -i siu.uou.uuu iu ,j113 pomt would prefer to have tbc bill al- uK.nju.iuic (io iffiv.il llic countrv. jears this all important staple has been very Though thc Charleston Mcrcury has witli low alniost ruinously so but renewed ac- drawti Mr. Calhnuu'g name from the head of irj anu mcrcased production will spnag up, i its colutnns, as a candidate for the Prcsidcn ua'.rr a we'.l grounded hope of a fair rctnu-1 cy, aud though thc geucral impression is that nsratior:, in the tnarkets of England. The j Mr. C. intcuded his inauifcsto to be undcr-imprcss-.on ecuj to be that the prcscnt I stood as dcclaring his own iutcntion tobe nn mod-rate rise will be sustained. It is cicar "i.uajac? nt taoncy in Ureat lin - tain, nnd the increassd home-consuroption , , , il.orp. mnst nn.-rate mot fa- v0r3i,jy upru a diniinished supply arisin; irom a suor. i:iuij. As a new eleuieut in kcenicji up the price ' of cut!oa, it !eius to be felt that the thrcs ljlladied mi:i0s of peopie in the Cliinese caipue aru .ur uic nrsi uiiii; usiu ..... n""- iitmi n ttir nnniii. It has sceracd to ns that fcw statesmcn have -- . , . ... : ,h iuuj aiipreciaicu u.c tu..uu.....B " - nnpnin" nf ilm Chiucse noits must Uavc up- r a -- ---- - ... .1 .. fl.n Am.iniArj'tnl CT:1 1 1 1 M fJ lli:: ITI.rill. Tl.. l.m.im i.iiirnm. n tinniilnnriii inrpr - - . ihauallEurono. aud fiftccu times larser tlian ""i".- - j i o tliat ...... r I ., fm StatM. WnnM .v.t Iip. closinc or opcnins of thc ports of even tbo la,(JOO,000 of peopie here, seriously afl'ect thc coiumerce of thc whole ivorld ? Can we tlien fully cslimate thc mflucnce of thc popu latiou of 300,000,000 iu Cliina coming into thc mnrkcts of Europc aud Amcrica to buy and scll It is alniost likc opcnin: a ucir world to conmiercial cutcrjirise. As au indicatiou of ihj iucreascd cheap ness in niauufactuiiuz, the Iloston Post of the 20th nlt. statcs that "sbipmeuts of goods from Englaud to thc Uuited ritatcs are large, in the face of our high dutics, as thc last fall .shipinentd turned out well." That paper a.Ws iliat "thcljritanuia brought out a lull froight of dry goods." Do not all thesc indiratious unerringly poiut to an extctided busincss ujioti rcmmicr atiu? priccs iu thcycar 1H-11 ! Thecominer cial aspect of the ivorld is dccidedly favor r.blo to an cxtcnsivc chaugc of cominodities. Tlic benevoleut spirit of thc agc draws na tions more into brothcrhood, aud thc political teudeucics of the statesmen of all ccitntries, undcr the forcc of these commcrcial influ cnccs, are irrcsistibly bcnt to inaintaiu peace, wcll called "thc blcsscd mothcr of arts and plenty." Alb. Arg. 3111. CALHOUNS LETTElt. This epistle ha3 throwu tlic loco party all aback. They are complttely Itors dccuniba!. It is said tlu w'r; workcrs at Washington dis pairing of 6ucccss undcr the lcad of Van I.uren now are endcaroring to inducc him to fjuit ihe iitld, and to substitutc Commodore Stcwart asa candidate. Tho party is dcspcr ate. Its chance of succcss every day lcsscas. No probability cf an clsctioa of a loco by the pcople. The Public Lands. The connnunication from thc gcncral laud officc, laid hcforc Con gress, ahow3 the sale of lands for ihe last ycar to have amountcd to 1,K5!),C74 acres, makin; !?-J,00tl,000, cxceedins the ainnunt reccircd the preceding ycar by SCOO.000. Of the salc-j, not more thau 10,000 acrcs have been sold above the lniniimmi piicc, otring, as thc conimissloiier thinks, to the opcraticn of the pre-ciupliou Iaw, which caables the actual it-ttlcr to securc the cboicest lands at thc tniuimum price. l)urius the saiuo jicriod more thau 10,000 patcnts liave been tnuibiuit ted and all that have bccupreparcd have been si;ucd. Ait. Jnlcl. f"rhe rcinarks of the Watchraan inthe fidlowing article shoidd altract thc atteutiou of our mcmbcrs of cotigrcss. The Vermont Clironic'.e has anotber article worlhy of i:o lice. It is astonishing tiiat the couiitry press bollld be so hcedlcss of the process wliich is going on ::t Washington which undcr the guiic of reform tlircatens thcir cxtmction. Tho city press has multitudcs of agcnts to help fortje out a bill of postago reform, and inoddle it to thcir nishes. If no more tarill" is to be placcd upou 7 by 9 sheets.than those of thc size of a cliurcU witidow; if a Ncw Vork ExprcssorTribune are to pay no moie thau coun ry shccts uot more than lialf thcir size, the couiili may bid farcwcll to cvcry resjirctRlile journal aud talcntcd cditor; and city and country both be iubjccted to those overgrowitic; establishiiicnts v. hich may sv.ecp cveiy pnblication from the hoard cf compe tiiion by thcir imniensc circulation. In ihe cities tlicrc will be conccntratcd all the litcratnrc talcnt and powcrof pubhc opin ion moral rcligious and political, from which it canuot sprcad throu;h thc country without .coHvcying some of that poisnous miasma which it r.iust imbibc from the uttnosplicrc uhsrc it is gcncratcd. licsides, who darc concciitrale in the citics such a mighty iuflu- 1 cnce. Vonld not the country bc hem iu tlic snme bondagc to thc cities ?.s r rancc was 1 tio faith iti any chauge until somcbody had uI . , icmonirratctl B1I c.p.itablc aud '.feasibleplan. Thc scheme of tho Nc.v-Yor- kcrs, as to ncwspaper tiostagc, wo do not 1 likc, and have so expressed oursclvcs to the Conunittec of thc Scuate; aud weliavcbccu jileascd to scc that thc bill of ?,!r. Mcrrick atms 10 sicer cicar 01 me pruiiiiiicni uujct tions to that scheme. Y'ctMr. Mcrrick's bill, if we undcrstaud it, will uot accomplish a liurposc which its author unduubtedly aims to accomiilish that is, to prcscrvc the circu- r'.i , own Statc by postriders, where tlicrc no mail tercd so as to regulate the postaoe on that principle. Asitis.-thc prohihition of post riders. Hf wc undcrstaud it rightly,) the dis- continttancc of frcc'cxchanges, aud of frcc orders and remittanccs from postmasters.rcn- this bill more onerous to counxry publishers than thc prcscnt law. As to the rates of Iettcr postagc, wc likc the bill, aud wc thiuk the public dcmand at least the pro poscd reduction Walchman. MR. CALHOUN. I longer a candidate. -yet wc scc that Duf 1 Green s " Kepublic" protests sgainst this in- Fnntnc niiil hvr clnnns rw 1. tl 1 ference, and says, with rauch positivencss, that Mr. C. will be candidate, if bis fricnds insist on it, tliough withont any cxpectatiou of succcss and as simply thc cxponeut of tbeir priuciplcs. Alb. Jour. Tun Routu to Ouecox. Tho cmi granls to Oregon, says a Wcslern paper, havealong roulo to travol, much of thc way ovcr monntains and barrcn dcserts, and but fcw rcbtin plaucs. The distance is sot down as ibllows : Frotn Indcpcn. doncc, on tho frontior of Missouri, to t'ort Larinio. 750 milcs ; frem Fort Laritnic to Fort Hall, 550 milcs; from Fort Hall to Fort Wallah-AVallah, 450 miles; from Fort Wallali-Wallah to Fott Vancouvcr, 330 milcs. StTpCoI. Johnson has writtcn a let'er dcfming hi3 position in thc coniing Prrsi dential contcst. It is short and oxplicit cnough. Tho Col docs not wilhdrav his namsfrom thc Haltimoro Convcntion but holds thc !ield gallantly in compclition with Van Buren. Hc is not quarrclsomc howcvcr, but cxprcssts his utmost readi" ness to takc thc Vico l'rcsidency if he cnnnot got thc Presidency, or indced any placc. llo is rcady to go blindfold and hcadlong whcrcvcr thc party pushcs him. Hc snj if hc gcts thc notnination for thc Presidency he will accept it wilh thank fulnet.s though with rcluctancc if for tho Vice Presidency ho will lake it with grr.t iludc and pleasurc if for nciihcr ho docs notsayJic will bo thankful or plcased, but hc promises not to grumblc. Tiie SlonJioxs. An intclligent gcntlc man nlio rcaidcs in tho vicinily of Nau voo, informs tho cditor of the Clcaveland, Ohio, Ilerald, ihat thc Mortnonsarcrccciv ing coristunt acccssions to thcir numbcrs from rnrious portions cf the Unitcd Statcs and from Europc. Temjierancc Tea-Parly. This is a novcl ty with us, and 110 doubt will bo au attrac tiou. AVe bcspcak attention to the notice of thc Yotiug Mcti's Society in another column Iloth our tov.n's pcop'.c aud neighbors we trust will scc the filness of tho thiug aftcr the more weighty dcliberatiou3 of thc Couuty C'oiiveiition, and uniiing in this social union, forthesakcofTHE DAY, THE CAUSE, aud of thc spiritcd cntcrtaincr, will givo tlic young mcu, iu theatrical phrzze, what is cal Icd a BUMI'ER. Thc Coinmittcc of Arrangcmcuts of the Young Men's Tcmpcraucc Society are hap py to gi-e uoticc that arrangemcnts are madc witliilr. 15. 13. Urowu,of thc Addison Couu ty Tcmpcraucc Houso, fora TEMPEU ANCE TEA-PARTY, to bc givcu at thc Masonic Ilall iu this villagc, 011 tho cvctiius of tiii !d iustaut at 7 oVlock. Spenkcrs will bo cngaged for the cvcuing, and the ex erciscs be varied by suitable vocal and itistru mcutnl music. A grcat tiunibcr of tickcts arc provided, which may bc had ofcithcr ofthc Committcc, and at Brovtn's Tcmpcraucc Housc aud J. M. Sladc Js Co's. store. For thc Cotnmitte, JAMES JI. GOItDON, Chairruan. Middlebury, Fcb. 13th 184 1. UNION M E E T I N G. Fei;r.uAr.r 22u 1S14. The Whigs of BRANDON, LEICES TER, SALISBURY and GOSHEN, are requcsted to mcet at the TOWN HOUSE in Brandon, on THURSDAY THE 22D FEBRUARY, at 1 o'clock P. M., for the purpose offorminga UNION WHIG CLUB for 1S4I. C. W. CONANT, ) JESSE HINES, C Town F. FARRLNGTON, S Conimittco E. JCNE, 1 of EDW. SMERMAN, Brandon. S. B. JL'NE. ) Brandon, Jan. 22, 1S4J. TEMPERANCE CONVENTION Tho Young Mcn's Tcmpcraucc Society of Jimtilcuury, navmg m view the )rescut con ditiou ofthc cause iu this Cntiutv, rcspcct fullv iuvitc a CONVENTION'OF THE FRIENDS OF TEMPERANCE IN AD DISON COUNTY, tobe hcld at Middlebii ry 011 Thursday, THE 22D OF FEBRUA- llY mstant, at onc o clock m tlic nllcmiKin. An ablc advocatc ofthc causc, CIIARLES ADAMS Est. of Burlington, has conscutcd to nddrcss tho asECHiibly 011 thc occasion, aud othcr arrangemcnts crc iu progrcss to givp intcrcst to thc mcctitig bv thc discussion of topics of immcdiate conccrn on this srcat qucstion in our community. Jamcs Al. Gordon, Jamcs 31. Sladc, Hciiry T. Dorrancc, P. Battell, J. Cobb Jr., M. D. Gordon, John Simmons, O. P. Tttrncr, G. W. Churcb, Ldv.ard Mcrnll, Committcc of Arrangemcnts. Middlebury, Fcbruarv 4, 1614. CLAY CLUB, Tlic whigs of Shoreham are requcsted to mcct at Hunsdon's Hall thc 22d inst. at 4 o'clock P. AI. to orgnnizc a C'lay Club. Will you voluntarily submit to the in sidious cmbrncc of thc doctrinc of Frcc Trndc, alias. Locofocoistn, or will you band voursclvcs togelhcr, dctcrmincd in thc npproaching contcst toachicv a glori ous victory on which so vttally dcpcnds thc prospcrtty ol all classcs ol thc com mumty. Shoreham Feb. C, 1814. Kcnt Wrigh't, Azcl Chipman, John T. Rich. Iilarvfn Nuith, Bela Howe. Town Committcc. BRDJPORT Tho Whigs of Bridport are requcsted to assemblc at thc vestry on the 22d day of Fcb, ncxt at 6 o'clock P. M. The principal object is to form a Whig Club and it is hoped that every Whig iu the town will bc prcscnt. By order of the Town Com. Dr. L. CORY, Chairman. MIDDLEBURY WHIG CLUB. Thc whijis of Middlebury are request cd to assemblc at tho Town Room on the 21st day of Feb. ncxt at half past C o'clock P. M. for tho purpose of organiz- inir a whiff cluo. It is ttme to civo form and cfiicacy to thc high and cnthusiasttc determiuation of the whigs hcto and clsc where to sccurc the prosperity of thc country by tho signal triuniph of the whig causc in Ihe npprcacningprestaenuai can. vasa; Th.cre is howevcr a great work to bc dono. Come on thcn ; every man to hts post, and fully and faithfully orgamzo for the mighty strugglc. 'I'OYTX CoJIMITTEI.. Jamcs IM. Sladc D. S. Churcli Oliver Hyde J. Nccdlum R. 11. Cobb C. Ilill E. S. Uirgo Wm. F. Goodrich O. P. Turncr W. Moore. .liddlcbury Jan. 29, 1841. M a r r i c d , In Weybridge on tlic 24lh ult. by Rev. Jacob Lronard, Mr Amos Landon.to .Miss Jarusha Rochwood, all of Weybridge. Dictl On the 11th inst. of dropscy on tho brain Ptiilena Adclaid, infant daughtcr of Azro J. and Adocia P. Mungcr, agcd 1 ycar aud 10 monlhs. In Bridport Jan. 9th after a short but dis trcssing illness, Royal P. only son of Mr. Lewis Johnson agcd 22 years. liy this allectivedisposition 01 divine prov- u.ence, a latlier s auu mother s Iicart has been pierced with jnany sorrows: aud au afi'cction- ate sister, to whom hc was ardcntly attaclied, has cxperienced an irreparable loss. Also a uuincrous circlcof friends, audacquaintauccs, are called to inourn the loss of 011c who was descrvedly bcloved. Thc dcceased was pos csssed of ahigh orderof niusical talcnt, which he culiivatcd with studious care, aud wc trust that his mellodiotis voicc, to which we have often listencd with admiration, is now min gling in loftier strains with angels, and the spinis, 01 iiiejust maucpcrteci. " Yet wecp not for the dead That in the glory of brightyotithdo fall, Erc frenzicd passiou or foul sin entbrall Upon thcir souls have spread. Wccp not! they arc at rcst From uiisery, aud madncs?, and all strifc, That raakcs but night of day, aud death of life, In the gravcs peaccful brcaat. Hallow his humble tomh With your kind sorrow, yo that kncw him wcll, And clinibcd with him vouth's brief but brilliantdcll, 'Mid sunlight and fair bloom." Priutcrs in Vermont aud New York are re- qucsted &c. Middlebury Academy. The spring Term of this Iustitution wi! commeticc ou Jfonday tho 2Gth inst. It is highly iinportaut, that those proposing to bc- coinc pupils, should bc prcscnt ut the opsnin of thc Tcrm. C. C. BISBEE. Frtctj'lor. .Middlebury, Feb.l7. 1843. 3:w r ! .nef About the middle of Dcccmbcr last the subscriber lost a vahtnblc Dor. Hc was largc brindle with two or thrcc white fcctand a little white ou the uosc and tail. Thc right eye ou thc white part always appearcd to bc oloousuot. Auy onc wlio thall 2ive lulcirwia tiou by Ietter or othenvisc or rcturn said Dog eliall bc wcll rewardcd. FRANCIS AYRES. Weybridge, Feb. C, 184 1. 41:3w 1TUST RECEI VED The ActncvofDoct 3 Buchan's Hc-c.iaiAS Balsaji for Ad dison County. At SARATOGA WATER. ONGRESS Spring Watcr, just rcccived aud for sale by the doz. or siuglo bottle, at UUSbliLi cC GK1DLEY a. Feb. 14th, 1844. AUCTION. Will ho sold ut thc Middlebury Auctinn room on Snturdny 19th inst, at 2 o'cloeli P. M. a lot of Cnbinct Furniltirc, nnd di ning and Cnno Scat Chairs, Brass Clocks, Bellows, 1 sinjlc Hnrncss, also a quantilv, of dry goods, nnd Lrockcry Books ccc, &c, 1 crms liberal. Z. BECKWITH, &. Co, Feb. 12lh, lsll. Newton Acad(3tmr, SHOREHAM, Vt. Thc Sprinr Tcrm of this iustitution will commcuce ou the last Mouday of February. feiJUft isuall, Scc I ho aprin:; lerm wiil commcncc on Thursday Fcb. 22nd. Sliss Annc Strong Assi&tant lcachcr. L. L. TILDEN Principal Fcb. Gih. 1344. 'TJOSERY aud GLOYES Bl'k aud white 11 Cotton Hose, Bl'k vvorstcd do. colorcd worstcd do. at25 ccnts pr. pair; Ladies Glovcs ofevery dcscriptiou; BuckskinGIovcs aud Mittcus, for salc by 15KOVi tc OllELDUiN. Jau. ,10, 1841. jj tLACK CAMBRICK; Bl'k Cloakfriug cs and gimps, just rcc'd by BROWN & SHELDON. Jau. 30, 1814. To Kent. TIIE unoccunlcd part of die buildin; direcllv souih nf the old Colleje Lnildinj, and the I'ront nart of thc liouse situatcd in thc nortli west corncr of the collcgeeommon. lloth prcmiscs wcll calculaied to ac- comuuvdaie lamiucs. '.pp.y io uic ucucr.ieu lur lerms A-c. Jan. 29, ISM. 39 tf Cotillion Party. -jyxtt. SIIER51AN & SO.V, would rcspcctfully in t 1 form the Ladies and Gcntlcmen oT Brif tof and vicinity that theirncxt party willcoinmence onTucs day thc 13.1. of Fcb. 1S14 and to be continuej oncc a wcek through thc ecason. He wonld aUo icntire to cav tli.it be vt.ll furntsli Uie best of njtuic fur Inlls and cotillions. on terais to f uit thc times. Flease to apply by mail or otherw.se dircct t-acx Vt. LAW NOTICE. THE Subscriber haiin; opened an Ofllccforthe transaction of Jiw businsss, would infurm the public that be will be rcady to waitupon all wh may have occasion fir his professinnal eeriicca at his Ofiice ovcr thc blore ol ira a:ewart tsq. few doors south of the Post Office, EMERSO.V K. WRIGIIT. Middlebury Jan. S, 1844. Winter Arran"cment?. The subscribers would respectfully inform tht inhabitanU of Middlebury anJ vicinity that they will continue the busincss of Cardiug Woot and c'rcssing cloth during the winter at tbeir stand Vcrcennes formely occupxd by E. Sherill Esq Wool or clodi scnt by Slage or otherwise will bc nromllv executed. Fancy dying sucb as ladies worsted dresses aUo altendedto as osoal. Jtwttl 13A1V.CK. Vergennes De.!6, 1S48. Patent Action Pianos. Tlm .mlispriber havinz rcceutly nrocured from Bostou onc of these pianos, has bccn cnucstcd by the manufacturers to actasincir agent in sclling them. That which isnow m use at thc Scminary isjustly adrairedand rc garded as asupcriorinstntmcnt. Thosp per sons who are iuteuding to purehase pianos, are iuvitcd to examiuc minc. I am author- cd to sell them ou reasouabletcrmsandwill leHvcrthem hcrc at thc manufacturers pn- . t rnn 1 1 1.1 CCS. X. X. AlXJl-lJ1- Feb. Cth. 1844. IN IJANKRUPTCY, Assiznit's Sate. n Y orJrr of Ihe Unued States distrirt Court for the District of V erniont, will be jold at ruuiic aiic- hc Distnci . vermom, wi.i ue joiu i uuuu ion at the Vermont Hotcl in Middlebury on Tuesd .y thcOd. day of February A.D. IS-Uat 1 o'clock miiie afternooo forcajhall the rijlit. title and inlereit that Jehiel Suiith lnd 10 and to about onc half ocrc nf land wilh a liouse stanJin; thercon pituate in tbe .1 Ijge of East ltandolph bcing the same premijes for mcrly occipiedbv the faiJ riaiith :.Uo a lotofac-, counls ict fortl. in hia fdimiule oa fi!e in thc ofhcc of thc Clerk of the District Court. ALSO. I Wilttic f old at or ncar ihe Storc of Warren Hay- j ikn n. Cr-.ui.illf on Tliursdav the 22nd i!av ort-e"-! nurj A.l). 1S14 al ten o'cloik in the forcnMn ali thc right, title and iMerwtthatAIfredAtMoodhadinaml buihlin"! thercon etandin!r, also ahout Cftv arrcs ini another Int.aUoa lot of .Nolrn, Ilectipn andaccocnn asBct fonli :n lns ecbc-dulc onlile intlic oa.ee oi in Clerk of the Dntnct Court. ALSO. 111 oc soiiiat ine satue iime anu pmcc u .. ,. .11 .1.. t r!M,i. ti.te and mtere.t tl.at Scth Hod Jr. had in and to I'ew No. 13 in the Union Meetins liouse iu Graayilk-alsoa lot of Notes, Order and accounts as cct fordi in his cchedulc on Cle in the office of the leik ofthe Diftnct Court. tlAIttlV GOODItlCH. Amgnte Jliddlebury, Jan. 31, 1S44. Sorpress from Bufifaio. "P"UST rcccived J Gross Brisiol'a Sas Qjp snpcrilla. by RUSSEL d: GI'.lDLliY. Agcnls. Choice liiquors. and Wines. The subicribcr3 ofier for salo 2 Pipes Alex. Seignettc Brandy, 1 Pipc Champaigtia Brandy, 2 Bbls Amcricau dttto. 2 Pipchcst Holland Gin, 2 Bnrrels Amcricau Gin, 2 Hhds. St. Croi.t Rum, 13 Bbls New England Rum, S Bbls. Alcohol. in lots of tv.cnty gallons or more. Thc abovc catalozue of spirits was sc lected v.ith care by good judges.H o will if.tr- rant them to bc of thc ttry lcst qudlily, aud, J wishinr to sell the whole stock out immedi - atclv. We will sell them atasmall advancc from cost for cask only. ALSU. S3,00 pcr gallon, of etipcrior quality iu qttat- ira tn smt customcr. BROWN & SHELDON. Middlebury, Dcc. 31st 1843. 3i OASH Paid for all kinds of Shippiug C. RUSSEL. Fl 'URS, by "Clear thc I'rack!" ARWELL'S spring hrd stipa for salo tit tho old pn'co of $1,00; nnd all othcr shocs nt n rcduced price from what thcv have formr.rly been -o!d. W. S. JOHNSON. Dcccmbcr 20, 1313. B (FN N ETlT.' SILK, Cyprc.-.s, ii Willow Boiinct3. just rcccived, and Ibr sale by IRA STKWART. Nov. 27 1813. ACKEHEL CodnVh and Tnblc Salt of uncrinr nualitv. fr salc at. RUSSEUL S" GRIDLEYS. Dcc. 4, 1813. rrTitittl.'. Ri.rerm W. S. Lainp Oil war MT miitp.l to bc thc vnrv lt alo Lin- sccd oil Flannann's hest fr salc nt IlUaSLiLic uitiUL.ci'a. Confcctioiiaries. Tliin .lar rcc'd 1000 lbs. Frcoh Confcction- aries, from thc Mamifactiircr, for sale hy rv:i: IMTSSRI.f.. Shinclcs, SSiinj;Ics. 900 THOUS.'JND SpruceShinglcs rrfltn 92 ctsto 1 00 pcr tbousand for salc by P. W. COLLINS. A First llatc Assortinent of Cuavcr Cl.nhs, Broad CloVhs, Cassinicrcs, Satlnictis, and al! kinds ofiritn- miti"s will bc fouud at A. rRANCIb H AMP-OIL Wintnr ref.ml ; tlm bM n J qualitv ond v atruntcd to tiivo perfcct A FltANCH. tttisfaction by To Mcrchants. f.ANDLE-WICK.and COTTON YARN froniNo.5 to 25, and oflbc besinuality or sale by thcsubscriber. JUatil'H UUKLU1. Middlebury. Jap. 25, IS42. 28 tf Alpacuas, Alpincs, Al. dc Laincs, Victoria Plaids, French Mcrinos. Chusans, And a largc varlcty of fashtonable goods at the new cash store. BROWN SHELDON. Pickcled and Drii-d Ftsh, for Salc by Sept 25 Iia STEWART BUTTER! Butter! Watited good bal Butter ?.t 10 cts. pcr lb. in exchange for Goods. W. S. Jouasos. Nov. 6, 1S43. Marble Works. rnlHE subscribers respertfuljy inform the -lS- public that tbe Marble w.uks lately oc ctipied by Caso &. Spalding, are now in op eratioa, and they are prepared to furnish all kinds ot Sawcd Marble, caps and sills, Tomb-stones, iMonumcnls, &c. &c. atehnrt notice. STONE LIME, Keplconstantiv on hand. G1BBS & CHITTENDEN. Middlebury, July 19,1343. ll;yl 20 ps. S. W. So C. AV. Alpacca Lustcrs, 150 do. Calicocs, 5000 yds. Shectings, 500 do. Ticking, For salc by P. W. Colli.ns. Sept.5S, 1S43 Novcmber22d 1843. FLEECE WQO Cash Puid for good Flecce Wool A. CHAPMAN 6i SON. Turks Island & Coarsc TVestcrn Salt. QCrnn Bushcls Sohtr Salt, w'JvU 1000 do T. l.do. 100 Bags ground dairy Salt, S.nfl Siiinll ba"s nround do. All a very superior articb for fatnily uso- of which will be told very low for Cnsb. W. CHAPMAN. Vergennes, Dcc. 4, 1S43. c BHIGE ! agaiu filling his Storc witb staple and ri."cv Dry Goods; and will continue to sell for Cash, most articlcs as . , -,. .,it.,,i,-,nr chenp ai herctofore.noliviuutandiDS the .malla.lrai.ee in Markct. S-iteuiber. 27. 1S13. CHARLES AIKEN, ATTOnSEY. MtDDLEBar-T, Vt. Office No 7, Nichols Building. Thc JPatent Luce. T-..np,Kv T? P Rnnntnfr X X) or PtTTSBUBOH PKSU3T1.VAMA, Will h lfnt rnnfanllv n hnml liv T)r. w Vm RUSaEL, of Middlebury, he having purchascd of the Original Patcntec the fx- clusire rignt to mane a.ta vena tiie satne wiiu- . , r - rv- r t .t 1; 'or 1110 .oumj o. SOu, Vt. Tho Patcnt Lacc haa now been before the public for a nuinher of moutlis hundreds have been applied in diffcrcnt parts of the couutry, aud witn a succcss never Uctore cqualled by any rcmidial agent. Nuincrous well authcuticatcd certificates of its beneficial inllueuce iu thc removai of diseascs oMong , stauding, might be furnished from this itnme- diatc vicinity iu addition to the stateiiient i of cascs aud cirtiScatcs of cures furnished by Dr. Baiming aud others. But this is not , dccmed uecessary, as at the prescnt time ref- ercncc can be gtvcn to ludivuluals weanng thc Lace in uearly cvcry Town iu the Couu ty I'hisiciaus have long felt thc uecesity of a sttpportcr tliltcrcullv coustructea aml more oi iBji.ig uic ... r perfectinisada,,a,io,tt the humau form ' -'S tliau any that had bccn prcscntcd to the pul- , 0, n,lniniti0II, Xi,ue tf , CT.,.1K,1 . -uic. ... d lic. Thc iuvetltion of Dr Bamiiug's mccts I t,esituatio.i cf the leal t.tate. and ihat it ! ctres witlt their KCUfral npprobatioil, as it is dc- sarv lo sell ira! ct..p of ll'.e dcccaM.I f.ir.lieur- signcd to rclicvc symiiliuts, and to rcmcdy a 1 !"? "f';rl t ihcrcforc o.de.e.1 tlu.. -.1 e .d si.mu w u.il, o , , . , pe,1,1,,K.roual,iercdataeii.Mi of said lourt t classofphysical maladics nlucli car. not bc i M , a( lhe,ifliceof lbB ir.,i.ter ofi.l t.o..rt rcachcd by nicdicitlCS alotle. MidJIrhury ou ThiirsJuy thc 13ui d i . f Fcb- Thc dccent or displacemcut of tho viccra J ruary ncxt at oue o'clock ... iha afuiou-.:; j .1 linit from rdaation of the ubdom'nial musclts or' saul ad.niailr:.!o.i give notiic t!itcf i.. ( i r w otber causes tcnds to al.cr and dcrangc tho feKlt"'": rimctioii ot cvery orgauin tne tniman systcm, , and iu mauy cascs this dutiatiou from the natural healtliv nositiou of uarts is the solo i :.. . i.: ,i... r-.r. ,i 'causc of geucral dchiHty iu Malcs & Fcmalcs iu Dyspejisia, alTections ofthe istomach and IAccr ralpilttfion oj Ihe Xlearl, .ypir.ui Jrn- SII, Utcri, Sumtression of Urine. The Itrou- ciillls oi jiuiji.i; upeuKcrs, uim itrjtycni un- sumplion all of vthich will hc much rclicvcd 1 . . .... rt . nuot cutirely rcmovcu oy tne usc oi tne ra Itnt Lace, whcn their cxistenco is caused by Physical dcraugcment auda nicchauical dis placcincnt of part3 which cr.n be readily as ccrtaincd hy obscrviiig the form aud iymji toms of thc person alfcctcd. This liistrument has uccii cxannneu ny Drs. Mott, Rogcrs, Frances and Griscomli of New York, tho Facnlty of Pittsburgh, Hartford and New Ilavcu and lus ootaiucu thcir f.ivorable tcstimouy. .... ., iJ i. l , . . , ., . , tlien anJ tucre lo inaKC incir o.Mr.-iiiia r.-.- thc honso of the subscriber, two doors south , of a, .,(.,, j irii1Cy ...v sce c.osc.by pol -ofthe Court IIouc. l'atteiits at a distanee 1 i: i,:..- c(.rtiticil Cot.v ofthi-.iir.lcr in i! u ;nniicauoii lor iuci.accc.i.i im i.tauo Mfc will bo visitcd at thcir rcs'tdencc if rcquired. spccimen ot tne i,acc togeincr wmi rious kinils ot tlic lnost app kinds of tbc uiost approvcd 1 russcs now m use cau at anv tmie b cxaniincd at the Druggist store of Rtisscl & Gridlcy first door soutu ot luc l ost Wllicc. V. P. RUSSEL. Middlebury, Fcb. Cth 1844. 40;tf Price llfidnccd. THE V0IC2 OF THE PEOPI.E,as we'lasof expcricncp, has alia)s bccn deciite in favor of PIIELPS'TOMATO IMLIJ3. They h.ve Ucn in gcneral use as a Faiuily Jlcdicine. for (ive je;irs, d'.rin which time, more than a million of utllict cd odcs luuc cx: cricnred their hcalin; virlucs. From Mainc lo Georgia, and frora the sea to thc Uorky Mountains. may be hcard the voicc of grat- itudc f r .Icl.vcn.nce from suUerin?, uy tlus tne l'coplcs' rcmcdy ; and in cvcry hamlet are living vvltncsscs ablc lo tell of their delivcrancc from dcalh by this valuablo reiuedy. mony puo.i.uc... v,..,cn .nc . ropr or i as r-c.e. conctrnms tho Koo.l etrc-ls or his Mcdicinc, II would convni-c thc most srept.cal. Cascs alniost innum raMc of l)v.ic,iiia, Jaundice, Dil ous Fe- lers, and Lirci Airections, K uraatism.paius inthe back. side loins aud liu.bi, aci.l stoo.ach, gravel, hahituai costivcncsj, sick hcadachc, colds. couglK and Iir g ferer, scrofulous diseascs, ulrcrs and Iu mors of long- ataadins, &c , bc len curcd by thcsc PilU alonc, and tlie le timony recordcd wilh proper vouchers ; nnd it is cosfidently beli vedth t uo c seof the above compljinu cau witlutand a persevcring useof Ihe Pills-so ay the Fliysicians, I'ntup in ISoxes. n iih ihe aigualure of G. It. Phrlps, M- 1)., on tke sido label. Dcvvarc of iaiposilion ! Many aro Itise cnough to trv lo ira, late tlu icinedy. u pniicuur lo gei the genuinc and you r. tll not bc diiappoiatcd their cfiec ts. AGfSTS ! Never buy of I'cddlers thc are ncvcr alluvvcd to carry tli3 genuino Pilli. Scud your order to thc Proprietor, llartfold.or somc of bisgcneral Ag' nts. h arcappoi"'cd by liii. GEN'ERAL DEl'OT. at 22C Maia strcct Hartfurd. AGENTd. Sidncy Aloody, Middlebury, Volney Hos-i. Bratidoti, Huntloy fc Higgins. Salisbury, HK1T. RYH, Corn, Oiits, Buck wheat, Pcas und Beans, for sale by A. Fr.Ascis. fpUFAFLO ROBES. 4 balcs No. 1 '& BulXdo Robes; Fur Caps. Fur Triin med and Cloth Cnpt, just rcc'd at the nrxo cheap store. by BROWN & SHELDON. A HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. Thc subscriber oflcrs for sale his housc lot pleasantly sitttatedin the villagc of Mid dlebury near the new College, now occtipicd by N. B. Harvcy. A liberal crcdit will be given and price rcasonablo for particulars enqtiirc of 1). Woster. 1 ABIJAH STEARNS. Fcb. Middlebury 10th, 1844. For Sale. A Fann lying on New Haven rivcr, containing bctwcen one hundred and twcnty and one hundrod and forty acrcs ofthc very best of land ; thcro are two barns. For ty or more acrcs of said farm intcrval, thcrc is a fiuc grove of pinc timbcr ftt for shingles and boards, a lareo quantity of hemlock for fencing tiniber, also a quantity of black ash for rails, and a good supply of wood for fuel. The farm will be sold cbeap. Time given for paymcnt of two thirds of the purehase if .rqquired. For particulars mquire oi niariiu S. Dorrancc, of Middlebury, Mr. Jcnison 'Merritt of New Haveu, who have carried on said farm; abo Charles Linslcy Esq., or to the subscriber at Bristol. t JOS. C. BRADLEY. Feb. 11th, 1844. 4l;tT. PROBATE KOTICES. STATEOF TERMONT, 1 District or ADOtsoa, BE it rcmembeml, that at a rrolmto Court hel.lat Mid.llehury, in aml for thn' District of Addison, on thc ISth dny ofJan' tiarv A. I). 1S4I. Itufuj Fcrkins aduiinistrator nf thc estate of LEVI SMI'l'H JR. late of said Midilltlninf dcceased, presents hU P"i-' titio.iinwril ngIo3.iKl ccurt, fllii;( fonli tbe-" mount of ilebia due Ircin tBe said dcceased, ihe cx penses of adiuinimation and" riic nloe ofthe pcrsoii al estate of the dcceased, aud ihat it U nccssjry trv sell fcal estate of the deccasrd fur the purpo5 of pnving thc dcbts aainsl said rstnte and ex-cc.c o1 aiiiuin'stration, and also sutiojthat the rcal estate of said dcceaicd consists of a lot in the vilbgft of East Middlebury, cta.niug ahoatonc iua.th ot'an acrc of land nnd a flthc aud barn thcreon, aml oiw othcr iract of land in said Middlebury cnnl..inin? -bout 25 atre-, cominonly rallcd tlie ri!er bna. arkl tbat citbcr of s.iid dctcribcl pi.-ce ol" laud can not I dividcil and a part thorcol eol.1 withuct injur y to those interc-tcd in the rcrnaindcr, and prayini tluit thc said admiaistrator t...y Iw liccme.1 tu tell mcb tart of baid rcal estale as sluM bo nccessarj lo pav ihe dtbli of the ik-rca.ed and ctenscs of aj minUtralion an.l shall bc lansl beclticiil to ll.oo roucerned tl.crcin: Ii is ibtrcfore orifercd llut iul petit on be Ciinsidtrcl al a csiou,of taid coult to bc hehl at thc oScc of thc Krgistcr f taid co.i n raid MiddWxiry on Thuis.hy the 1 Jth day c f F.b ru.ry next at oiie o'clock in Ihe afternooo; and th.t said admiuisti:.!. r givcooiice tlwreofto all pcrsons inlrrestrd llut ihey n.ay appear aml nsike tnelr ol jectious, if any tLcy may kc, to ..kl licene Lein grantcd bv publishing a cer'itie.l copy of ihisordcr in thf Northeru Gal. xj atul Middlebury Pcoplt's Prcss, a nev.rpaper prii.tcd tit said jMiddl.-bury thrce yeck. succcsaivcly, prcvious to thc timc ot" saiil' cuurl. J.S.BUSHNFLL, Rcgistcr. A truccopy of rrcnrd. Altc.-t, J. S. BUsHNELL, Rep. 33. STATE OK VERMONT,? Di.irin ol AddNo.i s-s. j I)K it remeinbrrcl that at a I'robatc Court held t Middkbur)', iu and for tlic District of.Vdduou.oa tbo Wih t'ayof ana.ry A. I) IS44. I liaillltll iHlirii ilrU llUiat.V v msw nuui iun uv.- of tbs estate of ALVA ENGLISH, late nfraiJ Middlebury dcrcascd prcsrnt tlrlrr.eti tion in wr.tin lu said couit pnijiiis for lici nso to sell rcal utate of ihe mid dc.oi.ld for thrioo , . liUlrlins .,tiCc.j cw f i sjot .i r - r . , i itu. ;.,nh..m Gaiaw aw! Jliddinwy I roiilrs 1'rnM a neivkiier pria'ted t -"id Mid.ihrUr) tl..e wccks .uccnsivtly jacviocs to ths r.;.i, -f s.ul L'ourt J. r. BUSNELL,P.fitr, A truc copy nf rcmrl. Ati.-t. J. S. BOSHNELL. 15. c. 50 STATE OF VEKMON I', D.sTr.tCT op Nnw Have.v, j-s. Be it rcmctnlii'rcil that ut a probate ( 'ourt holden tit JJri-tol withiti and for lh ilitrict o! Ncw-Ilavcti on thc 2d dny ol February 1314. Tbo aJm!nistrtr on thc ctate of Aogostus White, Ute of St..rk."liro' i"i said district ma.tc applicjtioa to id court for an ctciiim of tho lire within hich to pay thc debls and scttle the accour.ts of siadeitate. Wlwrcttpon tho omrt ordrn.l the said aiuninirtrator Io uotity al'ptis s con ceriiedMappc.ralapri.Iwtcco.Ht io I h..l.lon at liristol in said district at thc ottice ofthc Jndvie ou tbo ' fir.r MontL.vof alarcli lSUal IU o clocK A.M , ( ----- - , ., , , Knrtlicrii Cnltixy Si Midillel.urv IV.ipb-:! prps a newMianrr iirinteil al flini 'iei.n-y , : ,i.B Cniiiilv of Ad.ii.-ou . three week.yUO- rssiVelv nriiir to said titt.e. HiKVCY Mun-ill, Jiidne. A true c.'py of i ccrd. Attesi, !J. MCS-H.L, Judif. 40 State of Vf.rm .nt, i District of Nfvv I li.von. HK it rfincinliere.1 llut Al a probale C""lt hol r u at Bristol within and for tlu I strict of .New ilas on thc 3.1 .Liy of Dc-cialr 1841. The ad.iiiiiitraic,r on the csiato of WiLLtAn E.xn l.ite of rvevv lUtcn, iu said distrirt, ioa.!e nt -plication lo wii.l court to clau.iic an.l ullovv I.is r nmtn;:inst said estate as adiiiinislralor nfoirsr.ltl VhcrciiKm,i..ii.l n.iirt ordcreil thc a'lminislrator ti not.ty all pi r.ons co.icctncl to app. ar :.t a prtLat" court to In- holden at the ..fiic" ..f tiic ju:ije of sii'i court al Ilri'tol in said u'Ulriet, on ihe C.h day f March nrxt at lOo clork A. 31. tlien aml tlicrc iu Wcrc all the lesli- I niakc their objrctiuiu tu liie alloa..co of said ar . . . cf.uuis.iflllrv src cause. bv nuhlishiii? a ccrnfirit -( .y j llc N.,;lUim (;.lIaiv aI)lI lVo- ' Vnn a Mmw vtiat, at Middlebury in tho 1 nuMy uf Addison three wccks succcsshcly prciiuus ; t0 tjlc tj,no f BaiJ court. , Ilarv, V MiiiimI!, Judgo, I - ( cor.lJt t ,,, II 'I,.;il !,U dl Commissioncrs iVotici1. WE the s.ihitrrihers being Rppolnied bv he Hon. the prolxitc couit for the di.t.it-t of iw l.iten rt,Ri iii sMionei lo rrc ilc, cxauiine aiKl adjiuil all rU:a.s und dcmand of all persous ag,.i.t thc citic of IJARIiY HOYI', 1 .tc of NevrlL-lirn in aid dwli irt rrprcsrnte.1 icsoti Cnt an.iaUoall .'rriiau.! cxl.ihite.1 in ouct Iio iclo ond six months from ihe 5th Lv of l'etnu. ry t-t. ;n Iviogalloired liy sad court f..r llr.lpurp rc, e do , Iwrcby give notice that wc vrilh.lle.id lo i'.i--Luvirt. of our a .1 apKiintiicnt at the ditcliin" Ihm se .f wnlovvof ihe Ra.ii.Iccesed tn saifl iNtfw.ivtii.n I. 3d Thursdjjs of Jl..rcl. and July mi hoio a.o o'clock A u., linril 4 1' m. on caclt of said as, Kevb.ivcn, I'rb. 10,1841. Kliiu IbUtvr.i, n . . . r fir i Coiiiiniss.oi.cr3. 41 Ira Otfforil, S Coiiimbsioncrs Nwtiro. IVC the sulacriler lin?appo"nle.l In llrt Ifr.n. tlie prolxite court for the district of J.V!i.ne i,l oni missiooers to rcceire, cxamino nnd adju-.t rilctua. and dcmaud of all person agains' itusnluKof Mosiis F. wmkele::. lateofNcwIIatcnin said district dcccascil, rcirfrnt ed insolvenl, abo all rl .iio and domaiids cxhihilt 1 iu oflct thcreto, and six ruonih froiu tLc Cit. ilay of February lStl Uing allovvl by said cooit ior lUt purpose, we do theref.rc give nolice tlut we wi!l at terul to ihe busincs of our raid sppointioi i.t al tc dneihnjl lio.uc of thc wi.lovv of the dccea'rd in sni.1 In Xeliaven,onlhc3d Tuesdajs of March nnd J.uy , uext from 0 o'clock A m. till foar I'ra. oneachSof said dars Nevvuaven, Feb. 7lh 1341. William Ntish, 1 Ira Giffird. Commissioncrs. Amos lalthetcs, S 41 JSeiD Goods. JTBVUE Subscriber is now recriing li completo assortment of GOOBSi, adaptcd 10 tho Fall and W i n tc r T r a d o, Comprising many iiewstylesncvcr beforo ofTered in markct- Hc inviies thn uttcati..n of tho community, to a largcr and better -lectcd stock than has cver hefbrc l.ceii ofpr ed m this vicinily. P. AV. COLLiNSs. Cornwall, Sept. 23, 1843. EFght.thousandyards. s , ting9, Shcrlint!S, Drillings, Tt k'.,;i. and Colton Flanncls, of various i)iia!iimn lo prices by A Fbaci. 1XTEEN B.1LES, Cot'oii YHrn, Ci pct Warp, Hatiiug, IFnddiiu'. n . Wicking, of tho bwt iBsUunicturH, forl ow by A FxcTi.