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& t!u!i bs in all oue. cjMnfcdrj cor- ; ,4. the Dretnmm will not te awarneov Shodd the funds cf Society permit, dis-1 the prcmium will not be awarded. srctionary prciniutns will be awarded on will be awarueu on some arueiea not "'X which mny bc deemcd wortny oLttcutton - 1 . ... nhlPfl of raanagcrs. BSGULATI0N3 OF THS FAIR. ; nt itinnjffer ivho sball occunv a convmicnt tt.tn J near the pl.ice of Exhibitio i. who shall m ike ea:rie' of animnU auil o:h:r prnper rynadre:l for eihlhiiion panicuhrly ipecif.in; Jhe Kanic wiili 1'ie numlier of it cn!rj and ddivcroutto Jhe ownrofthe auimaU rarti tlesso cniereil, a card containiuji ihe num lier only, of such entry which canl shallbe affieilto the article or articles so cutcred.or in the c.-i6J of auimali. tho card niay be affix id cilhcr iu the r.nimal or pin in such a man nrr as to be Iejible to the exainluin;; Coiu m:itoe. I I. Xo aniiaala oi other property entered for prcmium shall be reraotcd from tbeir pens ir thelr rcspective placcs tmtil -1 o'clock P. &.. unlcss ly permission cf a inembcr or memhera of the Committce of Arrange men'e. III. Applicants for promlums on animals .uMipDrevarcd nith written s:?temen's. ac- earately dctailins the ae, anil mi-thod of fjoJias. anJ niav be required to make oilh irt h; snme, which statcments shall be deliv rr.id to tho d;sk ou enterin the animals. IV. All animtb or other property entered f-r premhitm should be eniered aud in the r?pective places bcfore 10 o'clock A. M. i3 'he day uf ihe Fair, and no sprctatori will Ii? allowjj tn be prescnt dnring the cvamina tnn of tb.3 vicivins comaiittee ualcss reques ip.1 bv saiil committce. V. 'Ail ihe virwi.:g commiitccs will enter nnna th;;r rejp-.'ctive duties at 11 o'clock, ai ' a .vr.r.l all pretnmmi iu ivrititie sisticd by tlu membera thercofgivingtheirassect to thc VI. Prcnmrr.s on all property cnteredcx iit crops anJ farma shall be awarded and p'Wisked oa the day of the Fair at4 o'clock V. M. VU. All person'intcnding to competo for p-einiuins on animats kbould civpnoticeto (b; f -cre:arv or a raamger in writing on or h-ire ihe SSad day of Septeinberncxt in or d.' t!nt ihe reccefary cccommodatior.F s'i '' 'ic mndefnr ihem. ' ill. Competitors for preminmson field C'aps -hjiil lmle wiih the Secrctary a speci S :'ion coutiinin the neccessary drtails at 1 .s: ten ilavs befnre ths anuual meetiiii; on tbi first Vcdnes:lay of Jau , and the premi o ae o'i fiUJ cropj and farmj sbillbe atvar d J nn ih. day uftheannnal meeiiug. The followinc conimittee wera appo'mted rc award prcraiums. Com. oy rAtiJiJ, Sm'n Lansdcn jr., New-Havao, Hninaei Jatnes, AVeybridgo, Qeorgc Gile, Bridport. Com. oy cnor;. Wiph'man Chapman. Vcbridge, I). C. Goodale. Addison." John.itlnu Gibon, Salisbury, Ira GitTord, Xer Haven, Jiiines Fletcher, Bridport. CnST. OX CaTTLE. Calrin 5o!ace, Bridport. Hcman Barnum, Ferriburgh, Riifns rai.iivri;ht, MidJltbury, IlyJfl Harns, Addison. iSamucl .Monre, Shoreham. Com. on Horsei. '.rstin Johnson, Middlebury, SamuclCrook. Salisbury, Jotf ph Simond. Whiting, 5?"i, Ferrishurs, John WainwnEht, Middlebury. Com. ox SiiFnr. Kodinnn Chnpman. Vercccnw, Sy'rrstcr Dfiud. New Harrn, Jiihn anford. ComiTall. Simnn Z. Walker. Bridport, Ebcnezer Bnsb, Shoreham, Cok. os Swim Darid Hazard. Fe rrisbnrc, Ilnnitio l'lutnley. New Haven. Oliver Uuwel, Shoreham, Job Lane. Shoieham. Cyrus 1'ortcr, Middlcliurr. Com. o.n Fjrmino Impif.jiests. Ira Allen, Middlelmry, Juhu l'u:iock. Leicester, (lustanisV. Cook, New Ilarca, .Snmnel J. Nnsh. Bristol, It. Tabcr, Liucolo. C IV. OTt H0C3EH0LD, AND (iTHEH Cr rACTCr.tj. Ji.bn Thompeon, Vergennes, Kathan Wood. Middleburv, Juhu H. Hnntley. Bridport. Clark Rich. Shoreham, Ira Stenart. .Middlebury, Coji. ox Mkcellaseocs AaTICLEJ. Isaac Dr.ike, AVcybridge, A. A. Roscoc, Neiv Ilavcn, Hiram Munger, .Middlebury, Gcar P. Sheldon. Salisbury, ;.h.-un W.C. Wricht. Shorehaai. Com. o.v Dairt. John M. Wciks. Salisbury. Ilrnry IJodjers, Ferrisburg, S'amtipl Ilitt, Addison, Hnrlbnrt Jlonkton, George Fishcr, Waltham. Com.o.n Fruits. rharles Lmdsley. Middltliuiy. ricn Tda-hews. bornwall. Jari3 Hoa-r. Starksboro, Aiexan-lfir liush. Panton, rf- W. Jearet Weyljridg". ClM. or AsnANOCHKNTA. . lt;.r S. Joitso5, Tn-i .r.u J. 1'iiELrs. Gi..r.oB C. CuArjua. It ishnped tlnt the fariners ofthe rich it ati'l moRtcxclnsivcly a"riculiural coun- .11 iiitr oiaic witi teei a Ci: I a di;u! iuterest in , , ,. . 1 . ie I nr ol the Addison C ountv A "ncul- , tnlSji-itla, to be held on thc Ut ifnu oi oj:r ncrl. liisy are ali eartiestly tn- s .1. .or should any neglecttocompete f r the tiumeroa5 and ZPtierous Preniiunis oJfiTcd furrivalry. ; Th"r.cord of articles f-r pretniums n on the books of the sccretarv are not - M'-'"-f t V- f,- -.,,,1 fMmn,.it;. Ti lmlH ;V-fV.vr l.c noticed. that l.ef-idtM thc tiujde of pretniums speifically offercd 1 -.rsnionarv premiums may ho aws tt ri p 'rai'itin;) on ntin-rjiiimer.ilPi1 s'nd cucoura5cme;it a who uould encouraga the vrool ondor ilie operaiion ofihe Wlii? Tar- ! tnade ia writtaa sntf signod by the c"U5t cl V11"" , . A ,,, f0;r und a kalf millions of pouuds m twc raembm ai.tinharclo. ' proveme.ns, aud who ou!d adtance the J ()f coT.r,. as the market and price Th rrute and"S.rtona are gWcn .alth and prwpmtv of.be pwple ofihc j.frwooI h,iV . durin:tIlii ilt ,lT,hr,vnU,cmade mote com- wuntrybeprMCiit. Let them exert thcm ;oJ ,hs Amel;,.an wooi.rower .mlym part, tbeywiHlKsmadc more com , j r a.,en.iM1 0f tbeir . i' .1 u. le a,Waeof plete at somo future meeting ot tuc ooara . . . .:4mrtion and advan. ,,,,.; ,;,d home. ?n.l n diminhh- V- l" Ua"d' Vth. n"1'-'cs. d.'n J ,2r'n;'""i'J "i"?!' hetwecnMr. Van lluren and i fi-.o ii r iul- riieti u rruii iuz iiiu iiiiuurifitiuii iruni . . - - 1 c ", " rrl r....,....i , h,ir...::... r i.. the Aunexaiiou ol T i. mterests are dissoiah v coiinccteu ,r, Ai 'r.,'-1'" , " tuo-tlrrd rule. im ,v .i r. ,. . I The Skeneateles Democrat msists that the . . ii s.iiit- oi me cunivaiors oi mc ; V'lii-Tari(Ti tlclcff wWcb maT bedeemed bighly roeTi-. Mc? JbU no. u. f that I , " , - u fj K- ., j tho offers for prem.ums should b made ' 111 - o- . LUU wvuiwui-v" . modations will bc proridcd for al! artiele. . ich shall be broueht for-. i iiniiriiuur& ii ' Ct .. , I tonn tn lu rlprivpil Irom attenum? exni- ' .:7: i:i. sluini tn he held : 5ft.DOT.P7S dav of the Coutity B. 11 Jtirtiauti, i -rcstueuu II Bcll, Secrctary. E7"Nf. It wt'l he obserrcd that in the ' moststnrdy Democrats, and iheloudest advo i:. . r n : ,t, lt,.!h;M firct A vntes for I'olk and Texas adverlise that venr n!d rnlts nre on.itled. hich are 2 and I) Dcllars. Mr. Polk has grown ttp by the side of Old Hick iry fPolk's Biography. So has the Whig party of Tennesfee. READ THIS! WIIO BUT A BRUTEU COULD UTTER SUCH WORDS The foHowine brutal atttck npon Mesrs. Ciit and Freli.nciidtse.v appcara tn the Hartford Tiines. a coare, vulgar aud malig- nantorgan ofLoco Focoism: " 77:e h-rccrite Frdhphupin. nominaUd bvtlte coons as "a ckloride oflimc" to ntu- tializt thc stcnch eflltyS dclavclms cd oirr crimts, turus vut to le, imter.d a rcal chloride. cn addition tfjillh to the cvon nolt of JVtiiretnj. Froni tfie JSttcark Post ue per- crjrr he has tx'cn the itump. und is cl'.emate- ly addressing cnon mettings crxd frvnday tnst. njiich wasadarces?d hv Joseph Senser SchotJtin tht me praiiinfr vp the xirlvts of ; an ahle aud looneut dcfencc ofthe Pro ecmbling and duJlia? Clay. ir.i.V in ihe lcl- tective Tariff of 161C. fer vritfi t);e rrctily ffa kristisn he ajjtcts ( At Stamnoti. a Wltip Couneil of hetwcen jihtyand tighlcousr.tt! '. Out vpcnthckyj'o- Sevcn and Eiht Thoiisanda.enibled on ihe crilt!" 4th, sud cnntir.ued iu rcssinn two davs. Nobody cau fft hw excuch to meet such Spcechra were made bv Hon. B. W. Le.'ch an antngonist. 'J he Amcrican People, how- I .J;'l!,n -S-!"") '' A. H. II. fcliurt ever. will t-.kccare to vin.licatethe characters rr'ded. One at Clr. s-on, Harnson Co. of their ilhistrons Statcwr.en iu a wav lbat ! 9 ended l.y Three Th-ntnd. We tio--tll ,i.,.i. ..A r..-,..l.,, ihn rit.n'ld rn- i '" o "'at jleetjtirs are adrrrttsrtl !.,!" ' " Vna the I'hiladt Ij.hitt Forun, The locofoco papcrshaveagaiiifa:tly com- ; meticcd thc game ol nrag, " comcniporary , ,9 . ' J , . rr 01 .''".. tt!" por. ton of ciirplus reveune wh;u they cla.med twn.ty-two of tbe.G ,lich M , . ,!i.Iri!,nl; ,., btatce. v. 201 elceiDi .al vo.es. and they nrjere( ,,v ,,0 . . fc fc . eot. tvntcli cave 60. 1 hev are smncuuat 'i:,.: ,i " n:. . .:!..: ., . i r , . " . , . , r noiiig tlie llistriliiuion Act tn ne uncons'itti less cri-eJv at pie;cat, and clatm uuly J5 of j t:n.,i i, i.i ,,:.. , , . - 1 . . ' Itonril. He cnulu not !ti cnn!fipiire Lpin h. (i Siatcs. aud thcrc is sumc o!ibility they niay sucrerd il'is fall in carmu abcut the saine portion of these 15 as tlicv did of thc22iulSlU. Now let us con'net their boasting in 1840 j with the actual rejult iu tliat ycar: they claimrdSS Statcf and they pot 7. "" ' 261rlectorialvotesandlheygntC0. ' " Penc, and lost it by maj. " " Maine. and lnsi it by 41 1 " " Delaware.and losiithy 1,093 " " " Michiran, & lost itby 1.602 ' KeivJerspy.'lostUby 2 317 " ' M:Ms-iip'i,i: lost itby 2.513 " " " Louiitana.il' lost it hy 3.GS0 " " " Jlaryland. & lost t by -1.770 " " " Gcorcia. and lost itby S.3I0 " " Tennessee.A'Iost itby 12,102 ' " " NCarolina.ee lost ilbv 12.594 " " " New York.fc lost itby 13.290 " Indiana, and lost it by 1:1.13 " " Ohio. aud lost it bv 2:1.375 " " " Ken;uckv,& lost itby 25,673 " TFIE TA11IFF J.VD ITS EFFECTS. The fullottius olTicia statetncutof the im porls and cxports ofthe districtofXew Vork. durin" Ihe fir'st six monihs af theyear S4t and the first rix mouths of th1! year 1644. givesthe lic to the statcments of nfourop ponents, that tbe JnrifF destroys thcitnporl.s and exporls of our country : iMror.TS. 13 13. 1S4J. Pcyingd-Jly, 12.Sf-6.4ll 32.023.702 Frtt, 11,944,504 G.GSG.EGO Totsl, Dnties, 24.830.C75 33.070.902 Sl.61G.271 KxmRTs. $11,421,507 14.G7fi.72l 2,442.310 Damettse s;oods, 8.G50.G72 Forcign Gocds, 2,155.835 Total, 10.836.557 17,119,031 By the above it will be scen that this Black Whig Tariir. uhich Mr. Polk has pledged to destroy. hasincreascd the rcven ue at the port ofNew York aloue, for the first six months of '44, ncarlv seven nii.'liuRS ofdollars. Itnill aUo he seen by the same increaiied durinc the saiiie period, a little up- wards nf six niillinus ofdollars. What hetier ei-idpnce can bc wanted that the tarilfproinotes foreiEii and domesticlrade gives Pinployineut tnall llie variousbrantll-1 es of honie iinlustry nianufacturing, acri- j never known any one discharyed from any of cultural, commercial aud mechanical wiih- thpfc pstaldihmentou acrount of his pro drawsa large nmoui.t of surplns labor from ! fes.si:ip difleretit politicnl npiiious or votinf asriculiiire. and cieates a vast home inarkct in nppo.-itimi to his employcrs. for Amcrican produre Lct Farnicrs pun- . So f.ir from thiukiiip tlie inaiiufactories iii dcrthese things well before they east their iniical to the fjrining intcrest here. 1 liave al otes for a man who '14 fhe swom cncmy of Wav i'onidered ihem thc viain tonrce of n;r- this giorious system. I!e uot deccived by . i . r t ; c c . 1 -1 theralse reasouings of frec trade meii; nciib- cr ne iiiuuceu 10 support .iir. roih iiniiertlie ""1" ' " 'J i'iui.mhhi. "lllis 1 m 11 iuiainu , ri-rj pr:iM-ii"e ofprotecnon, aud lns cleeiion would d.i-h ! the cup ofhopcfrom millionsof hard-work- licgfarmers an.l mechauiLS. Palladtum- , : . ! COARSE WOOL. 1 Our opponents are cndeayonng to . make lIen ,he factories are in a prosperons con our V.ool-srowe.s bcheve that the Whig, dilioD, lhal ,nPV j, n,0-ro ,,'ic,,;. 5iniong lhe are neglect.ng their mtercst by not ra.sio? , . Stock -rt ,,lan hl'aliv-():lrr rown ihe dutv on :hc cnicle nfcoarse wool which j i not grown hy us, and which conssijiieutly do.-s uot come 111 co:npettiiou wiinany Amcr j iran pr.idurlion. Mr. Wricht, It wili be rcc 1 ollecled. inade I15C af ths same argument m the'o of.nily. 1 liev, tiowever, lorjet iii .i,.:. 1. .i.'.:.r n,im r..r r,..,. "ll11 tilUllSIUfc.i l" lllvii iiii.uu;iii' .111- crs tlmt Jnmn K. Polk savs in.olihould Le dutti frtt iuerollowiugrrnmllie AilicnyJoiirnal, shows ou!y piot?ctsthoseofourfarm- ersuho rnise Ihe finerkiudsof wool. amlin- timaics that tbe coarser kinds aresiill imuor. tcd ia unlimited quan'.itics from abioa.l. In prnof of this, says the Democrat. wc mav ate that thc first thrccquarters ofl843, there . . .: r . ... . over 3,000,000 Ibs.' True, but how i. -1. - i ... ...... n . ...i i.. l 'ij k, r i ii . r i iiu- i ii 1 1 a nnnriiHR 11111 111 iif , i niaov pounus oi iins wuui ucib iiujmucu ui -- . t -ji i ' v! roul- i ...,t ii, . - p.mrt frnm ilm t iQUod in JcQerson s creed of Dcmocracy. y I official reiiort ofthe Secrctary ofiheTrcas- 1 considei tho altemative we now have is. irded ' urv. sbowine the numbcr of ponnds ofwool , '? le l0Tr 1 'h ifaue and Annexa- I ar- co .t!n? not exceHing ? etnts per ponnd, and i a ' or Ior ,,r- ,s.v- a ' rnicciive 1 antr, tbsvalne of theBacJe, Imporledfor tbeyears ending Sept.30: . . Years. roumuo nooi vu"1""' $G75.0n0 '-u i-j.4uy,o-i .1 " .1U.U-J'.V w -43 4,777.033 402.795 'Soit seems that tlie importationof corrse ... . i nn ... ed imponaMn irom aiiroau. vvnai ueucr nntec:ion does ihe nooUsrnwer ask ? And o, lor iJUiinss TEXAS. Dondurant & Co., of Mobilc. two ofthe l'"""?'' " P'Te a "S1' l'.nce. 0,r ll.U nian cattle"" until Texas is admilled into the Union! however. thev "ill keep coustautly 'ou band a l-irse and vell selected lot of YOUNG NEGROES, ofa dcscriptionthey "nill sell low forcash. They niM also re- "cetve andsell nearocs on Lomimsston. Io, "o'8. .Micbatl.Street." They promise to give better priecs as soou ?. 1 exas iu atmexed. CTr'Thc Governor of Massarbnsetts de clinrs to dtman-l ofthe Governor ofNetv ( Uamphirelo delhtr vy Rcv. Mr. Fairchdd ! for ,r;a jn MafBarhiifetts, as he has "not j.?r from jnstice." .Mr. Fairrl ild (who has J"' fni jnstice." Slr. Fairchild 'v.ho has ,n prelty ell pum.hed for the ay,), ts ,noi. we utiaerstaua, ia tue tatc. : Virbima. The Whics are all alive in thc Old Dorr.ini.in. Northamptoti Co. held a i creat Meetir c at Easterville nn the 2d itobe lield cerenillv tliruiijibout tho fc'tate Evcry thlug is ri!ir in Virjinia. TixkLast Casi: ofCo.n-ciece. A Nriv : HamiTfhire Lmco Fnei!i.issin! in tln. ctp.,- .. r ,,, Trc, 'i.; t. money: V as it modi-siy, or the fear of be inlaughed at, that induccd hitn to uithhold hi name from the pnb'ic? It's a pity that such rarc virtue should 'blnsh uusecu.' Eztracl of a lilier datcd Nasiivillc, Aog. 19, 1844. ''The creat Loco Conventiou i ovpr.'and a heait-Mckening one it was to the knniving one ofthat party. It fell far short oftheir r.xpecttit.on. i ho Wlug have coiiMilerid il n failtire. They wrro romitcd nt four difTerent )'nce' n the procesion iiiarehed out, ntiil Ihe htshot cotint wn-3,100 They rertainly li.nl not tnore on the toimil tlinu 10.000. Some dn ncitpivc ihcm so itiany. Vou mav i-et Teiitieee doi.'ii as certain for Clay and Freliiifrhtiysen " From the Columhia liepublican. A VOICE FROM TIIE FAUMING 1NTEP.EST. Stockport, An?. 6ih. 1S44. EzEKiELBoTLK.n, Esq. Sir: The Ketn ocnitic papers in this vicinity are laboriiig haid to prejtidice the nuiiK'rnus opcr.uivt s iu I in uiy cmploy against me and the Protective poncy. i ncse . pers rcp , ,c '- , rt., .t e .i..: . : .. . .1,. i;,: r r.'..V.... llllll ,1111111 I1IC.I IUI. I'HU UII IIIKU'UII tcrji. They also repicscnt our iii.iu'jfaclur ers as iiiimical to thc fanuitig intcrrsts iu this nei;liboihocil. As yr.u r.rc a mcnibcr ofj i he JJcti.ocrai.r, nnrl a natne ai.d res.deut or publishiiiff ,r 'lMer.s withdrawal, apolo iliHinnn. en?nsed in acncultiirnl mirsni! . ,, : . A. . . . ' . aud well acouaintcd wiih tuc onuers an erathes of these establ.shinents, I lake libeny ofaskingynu to gtvc rne your opinion as to ihe truth of the ahove chatges. Yours, tmly, JOSEl'Ii MARSALI. Stockport, Anc.10, 1844 Mr. JoErtt Mai.siiall. Sir: Your notc ofthe 8th inst. i receivcd. As lo your lirst inqniry, 1 cansafely say, tis laras tuy obser vatinn extends.there bnsalwnvshrpnafriend- lv nndrrsiandins bctwpcn thc em emploved in thc mautifarturinr nients of this to n. I have never tjrar.ny exhibitcd on one side nor . mission on the oiher. 1 ne operatives are gencrally well paid, I believe. and are at lih erty to pnrchasc their goods and provisious nhcre it is inost agrceable to them; and 1 considcr their tnoral, social and intcllertual Jcomliiion cood as coniparcd with other class rR of our iudustrious citizens: and I have rictilturalprosperityiiithistoun. Sincethces- ... - tablislimentofmauuracloriesherc, ihepriceof 1 land liasniatcnally advanced; farins that were ii'iiinj i.uilll liic KAprii.ir 11, t,iiiti.iiuil ,11c 1 now auiong ine inosi piomici've iu iue cotin- Iry ; anl I considerthe immcdiatc location of thc fictorics in our iindstiiJtJiraadvant.igi', inasmuch as i: funiishcs a rcady market for our vegctablc. frtnt, nml ollier proiluct. which would afford a less profitif trauported iu !Jij county ; and tlus is easily tmderstood wheu it is known ihat ovcr $I2o,00:) a year is paid out by tho fictories forwages, a preat deal ofof I'hicli i9 expended iu ihe tonn; in addilion tn nhich. large surus are paid by thcm to tho farmers for wood, lumbcr, wool. """ w . Vou allude to my political have always been a mcnibcr exai. a protcclion nnd the imuie- uiatc Auucxation oi J ex is, wnicn will tcnd at a fulure Uay lo anls tlie (lisnicmberment of,lle Un'on- A rcfnsal to support Mr. Polk I cousider no aban loument ol punciple. be- cause his tiominatiou was serured by h:s ad- " I""",0'' "er l.efore recognized I,v llm nnrlv. nnd Jhe nnillie.ltioll ol a rlilp. ,vbich, if carried out, would give the Jew the Eqnal Rightt, und Coustitntional Lihcrty; and whatcvcronr party lines hitherto have bern.this is now the dtstinclion ; and 1 suall OT UtslTATK l MT CUuIC'E. Rcpectfullv VoUts, ' fc. lnTu;it. C.Mr. Biitler'is vcousiti of the Ilon. Benjamin F. Butler. nud.for niauy ycars has licen one ofthe ltadew of tbe Van Uuren party in this Couuty. (LJ..CoI..Kepub. Buraing ofthe Kentueky State Frison. Corrcspondencc cf The Tribune. FnAKKFORT, Kv. Aug. 31, 1S15 7o,- clock. A. M. H.Grefly, Esq. Dcar Sir : Ihavc just arrived in the city. Last ntght one ot tlie greatest scenes ol excttcmciit uxik place here that has evcr hcen witnessed. About 10 o'clock the btate I'rison was discorcred to be on fire. Therc are in the Prison niore than one hundrcd and sixty convicts. The flamcs spretd so rapidly throucli the wnrkshop-5 that there saetned to beTbutnue way to save thelives o( the prisoners, and that to epcn the cells and allow the all to leave the prison walls. The youngmen ofthe city rallied at oncc repaircd to the arsenal broke it open tvithmtt ccretniiny,took ont fouror five hundred stand of arins organired at oncc and put ihemsclvcs under the c. m mand i f the Governor. The itnploring cries ofthe prisoners lor relief jrrew tnore and more eame.-t. Every bnilding uith in the walls was in flames cxccpt thc bttil ding cnntaining the cclls, and the pro vision houfc. The rcservoir which sup plies the city with water lnd bccn partially cleaned otitoti Friday and the water was not Ict on until the alarm was given and the flamcs were permitted to niovc on uticheckcd. The Governor arraitgeu his tiieti, entered the prison and addressed the convicts. ic told thcm if they at tempted to escape cvcry tnan would be shot. Tliey fell ution their knecs and bejijjcd hufr to be delivcred from the horrid ; death thatthreatencd thcm and they would sttbmit to any thing. Just as the Goter nor was about to t pen the doors cf tlie prison to thc convicts, a sttpply of water was nbtaincd, and the cngitics begdti to play uprn ihe building L'ontainiiig the cells. The Gnvernnr then left, assuring the prisoner3 that they should bc rescued ii the building could not be pr;served. Frrtunstely fnr all, they were fttcce.'sliil in proervitig the buildings above-iian-.ed atid iu kcepitig the prisoners uithin their cclls. I have just visilcd the rttins. Kothing 1ns been saved ofthe machinery or mate- rtals ot tlie worksh'. ps, Aliiuit fiiiv nf .lur.lll niiy ot the convicts wpre at work in fvtiiiniiisli. liic (.U.IVILII ueri. -11 VII IU 1.1II1I11S1I- r., :.. ,i.rr,.,.,. r.i. i .Mrst ofthe n were from eighteen to twcn- ty-fiie vears of age. They look cxccdceitiT- ly dcjcctcd. W c hare lc ng been of opin- III" llit IMU 111 lltlil.t Clll IJlll (11 II1U U1U. ion that it is mucli cheapcr to prevent crime than to pttnish it : and wc most sincerily hope that the attenlionof our Legislaturc will be dirccted to this sub ject. Thetrue ohject of punishmrnt is not attaiurd by our present inode of State Prison disipline. Rcspectfully yours, VIATOR. The lAbrrty party vote in Chicago, has given Wentworth, the fricnd of atm esation, thc election for Congress. This is almrst asbadDs prevcnting 'herepeal ofthe gag rttle in Congress, by keeping mcK trr atimctwo or tlirce wntir ntem- bcrsin Congress, when onc only would have done the work. Is not jhis abusiti" I he voiicrable Jndsc Ambrose Spen- i ccr, f her of Ji-hn C. Spertccr, Ia ely nd- , drcsed a Jargp Whig Cot.vcntio.l in New ' I lork. SADLY DISAPPOItNTED. The Madisouian said, the day aftcr iblishinnr , r 'I'l ler d iritlirlrntpil fir,lw ",,i!s getically for the Glotc, that that papcr h.-d ' lhere1 '' 'M r Cl' Y "" 1,!C fiot,r of C"" sd "f j not ncticcd the astnunding fact, becaitsc ; 8ress' 1S3-"' "P0" Amencan sy?tem. it gone. to press belore the aiiiso- "Mr Prestdent, there arc some foret nian ur.s issued Well, ihe ncxt Globc . gncrs who always remain exotics, and was isiuad u-ithout making cny alfusion never become naturalized in our country; to the Cnptain's Ictter ; and on the ihird j whilst luppily there are many othcrs who day, thc Globc contaitis a severc attack , readtly attach theinselvcs to " our princi nppn i the Prcsidcnt and hisinotives! The , ciples and insiitiitions. The pttient and iMadisonian's white flajr, which he had i induslrinus Gernian Teadilv iinitos with shown the Glnhe, was inimedialely haulcd The Great Mass Convention at Nashville, Nasiiville, Tk.n., Aug 22, 1544. My Deap. Sin: You will be a little j suiui ii- iu 1 11 ii u ii.iiv.1 ji iiuj iu u ua tcd nt this placc. I came, Ot COUrse to wiincestlie Youiig iWen s Mass C onven- t,on. with afewfriends, from ihe Upper Missisiippi, andit was indecd 'A MON- SIEIL -EEHNG Ihpcttyof Bilt.-'it more was ouci. i.iiiiL-o ior tne spienuor ot ; "er cmc anu iiiua.iry prnccssictis : but riUUliiluiui'ii ui nnm, 111 ni;i JIOIIIIIC51 u.V CU.,.uu "'S ; .wuthsollcnncsscc. Thc opcratton of , d,irt..ctaH fllia r 1 fhn ....1.1a It 1.1 tne mccnanic arts as carneu on tieautt - fulIy;tliepressihrowingoffperfertlyprin - ledlorms.andthe loom ifs finc f.iDT.cs, The attcmpt to dccr.be the inagi.ificcnt p?geant would be worse thin Hk. hsh, for i IIUU IICIkll-1 iut: iiiuc IUJI lOCiait'lll anu i stnccrciv uepiore mv nner incanacttv to i . - .. ' - - give vou cven a taint ldca ol tli great bcauty and suhirmc elTcct .f thc part ; whichthclad.es, God bless thcm so gal- lantly bore Isiy gallanth, for they bore aloft on satin banners, finc and chaste j and lovcty as. tnemseties, ann wnitc as I passcngers, thc noble matrons and prcity ! maidcnsof ihisbeautiful hnd. iiirrrentiss, in us nrunani speecn ol , yeMerday.drewtliiscomparisonjbetwecn the parties Iiticant. Hon, Mr. Ravner and Hon. JMr. Clingman, .frora Ihc old, for h btatc, spokc yesierday. Mr Ran dall Ilunl, Irom New Orleans, spcaks to day, and others to morrpw. The Hon, Mcssrs. Preston, of S. C, and Chittenden, of Kcntuckyj did not come. The latter was prrventedhy thcsajddcn dealh of his I nlnvorc n,,H i uown, uiiu iui: wur coiuuiL'iiccu noiirr lli:in i nt our at am . h s hi?f cnuacioiis tiarn. i.i ... . .1:.. - .. . tsablish- ever. lcl all sidcs agrce hnt grcatcr , and etiiovs iu tr.-iiiqntiity thc ahundant 1 ,, ,. 1.1 , ., .... . - f r . "iv .13 iu i!i3i.uiKc.vc:wji;u3; ui cniiKinieiiiin. scen peny ikiuihhm uwia uicvaueu 111 iiiuiiciuocrai- : irutt uhich lns di isence iratl:ers arounu ' . ..... 1 :i.i : i ' . .... - , i.cniiii, ic.3uuii.c9. uuu lue slavi-hsub- ic rank. Whis Stamford. lm ,i ... ilv ...Vl, ,i.i r "'n connc. tea wiiu ,t. assnciations. I tbe drnetl snnw, the lull arra) ct all the-,. 0r. . , . ,,-,. -.:., n.i..e!t. .it l.w, r of the Demo-1 States of all this grand d nfedracy. 1 'W"!' "anmm'i"r J . f " i r. " .. . " -7 . great diflercnce : Tenty-six open carriases, drawn by fif. i umsion i "caera vpn- ... ... ..... ,.m.M, ny id oppos.tiou tojty.nvosplendcd horses, bowing the-neck ' tnn A',T"ca,e puhlHird at Cincinnati, the N. t i.'.c 1 1 n i sri-jy an l has aecopted nd Mr. Polk. the ...,i .1,,.., k:. o. ,.j.i ! Ohio. maintains that division ot s-i wide a the notnination. Whereat tha lml...ln-.r. wife'smother just upon the cve of his de-1 "V?c Icarn verbally that 4000 iroops sta parturc. ". tioncd at the city ofMexico haperoseiTed It is admittcd by some of tho honest j marchmg orders to form part ofthe army Locofocos here that their procession. all j for thc Texas iuvasion, as well as 8000 countcd, did not amnunt to more than 3,700,'tlie AVhigs to tnore than double that tiumber--8,500.carefully polled, and fifiv thonsaiid on tho ground H hig Slandard. East Temiessee. From the Jtinesborough (Tcnn) Whig. TttENTY THOUSAND WHIGS IN COUNCIL. Knoxville, Aug. 15, 1844. The grcat Mass .Meeting ofthe higs of East Tennessec, at this placc, aftera glcrious storm of two days and nights, has now clcsed, ana tnousaiicis are nn ' tt.atr ii.iv t.i ttiAtr tinme tn ffll their neighbors what great thitigsthey have seen and heard. Ncver shown the sun on as large a gathering ofpeople in EastTennessee, or a tnore jnyous and lively grotipthatt has been consregalcd here for the two days and tuo nights past. Tippecanoe tinies have all been throwti into the shade here! Thc enthusiasm of the Whigs cssembled here, from cve y country in this division of th State, was iinhoutided, atid far sur passed the "whirl-wind ol excitcnietit" that sweptovcr the country in 1840. Ycs -i 1 -l.l rn- giorious as were iiiose grru riu i ppt.'- c".ne titncs great as was the enthtisiasm, ..... ., and slrong anu rests icsi as was 11 e lee- nng iu lavor ui 1 iijjti..iiiuv- uiiu too,"' it ts cxcelled uy tne wntg sptru 01 '44 1 Ittdced, the pretcnt indicatii ns war rant tis iu snying that Henry Clay and Thcodore Frclinghtiysen will almostbe; elected as they were nomtnated by ac clamalion ! The ninnhcr of persons present .-.t this giorious demonstration, is variously csti niatcd By a tlistitigiiishtd Kentuckian, who is acctistomed to large assemblies, it was cstimatcd at 30,000 pertons. By iuiuis, Miunn n .'i. j.ivc-, cilimated at 25,000, at least. Wc set it down r.t TVE.vrv tiiodsanu, the lowest- , . , ' , estnnate we have hcard, thal wc may lict' . I . .. i ...... . .. . tn nntfrt iiirtirrid 1 T mc Berkshire Jutelee. A novel and mnst intercsting gatherinff of tnultitudcs occnrcd cn ihe 22d of Augiist, at Pittsfield, Als. ll wasa inee- ting cf the childrcn ofBerk -shire coutity, uho had been abroad itnho land, a bless- i"!I and an honor, and v.ho now came o i hi'tne to their dcar nattve tnlls to chertsti .... nid reco lectionsiii rene-rold IrietidsliKis. I I ! iMaliy eminetit mdividiials from varions ! P',rls nf ,,lc country were present. Gov. "SS3 president. Prestdent Ilopktns of Wil'iams Collcge preached a tcriuon ; Ilon. Jcshua A. Spcnccr, of Utica, de - Itvered an oratinn : 3,000 persons dined together; and there were tiddresps and pcems in endless profusion and of various ititcrest, the whole occiipying two days f delightftil and healtliful enthusiasm. Thc whnlc is to he rcported in a booK ; which whoevcr reads will wish that he had bccn there to se . For.cicx voTERs. The Loco Focos are very assidtious in their adctnpts to tnakc all foreigners, particularly Gcrmr.ns and Irishmcn, who have no right to vnte lllis country, hclicve that the V.htjrs ! are fPnsed to their inleresLs, an desirovs to curtail thcm ofthe privileges which they cujoy atnong ns. l ney are now usi;;.- J zealcus eff tis to attract, ;!,c syniphthies ofsuch foreij.ifcrsttittards Polk ntid DjII- hs, and tosct them a7aintt the. hig can didatesfor the Presidcncy atid Vicc.Prcs iden. y. To all foreigners who arc likcly to be siibjcct to such adverse influeitces, the. foIlfHving cxtruct from thc Speech de ! ottrpeoplc, e.-.tahlishctl himself on some()fa rail road, his adnoted countrv. or ofits laws. when called by thcdtities of pitrtotism. The gny, the versalilc, the philanthropic , Frenchtnan, accomni daiinghimsclf witli-j ! out difiiculty. But of all foreigners none 1 !,mfilrfnmnlft I lon,cl.liia Gn ,i,illir iL-Itt, our ,ferpCj as the n:ltive nf ,he EmCra(l Til Tn mn!fnf lht vwinn rhirTi hnrn nassd ,lirh rnv ima.rinnlion I I.va 1 s J n ' - - clirA,,c,I tU-it TfnUn.1 ,.-,0 n.;,.n ,. ;',,' plrccI oftlli3 cmltilient and tjla ,,v ' - . 1: 1.: r w2storn fr(lm -America, aud driftia aCross theocean, was placcd in the unfor n-(e vicinity of Great Britain. The - . ' ' . 3 hospitility, the same careless and cal- ctilatin-' indifFtrcnce about human li e, 1 chnrac,crizes thc inhabitantsof bothcoun-1 ltre;i Kentlickcy ha3 Leen somcllm(.3i ; caled the Ircall,j f America nd I, Iinvc no dnul)l tliat ifUlc CUITent of . j ratinn xvcrc rcvcrsC(t and ECt from A. ,.,,.: - - ltri merica upon thc shores of Europc, instead i r i :.." r... r? ..:... m i iui riiii i r i f l rnnn i n m nri--n nvnr i oriie3rtti2 from btirooe to Ameri-a. everv Americiu cmiirraiit lo Irtland would there ii iitjjl iu ' II iilll cini k'uv: m iiiiici i i, ruiv ' ... - find as evcry Irish emi3rinl here fiuds, a w Loc"l'uco vuumin- whi. h l.as no.v h. hcartv K.ercome and a):lp?y homc come a sctllcd port.on of iheir clect.o.ieer- " i2 lactfc- Ths i-.inilei'd the la.-t resuk Mnil "" Th. -"rti,",;.. not ihe aflrishted party. Mr. rishtwi.o . , ... l . ,, .. . . lo field,' IS a th,n2 to ,be dftred,and wi 1 .le lf promme rainer tnan cr.pp.e iuD 7 ' ll-Alie IMJyiuu llius liiauu 113 uu- ,,Pn .lnfiihinst. (rreatlv enlar- ccd, and in an entireneu- dress. THe At- lasis now one of the largest; best and iianasomesi aauy papers in tne country. Mexico and Tfjus. The New Or- leans Republican of tiie 21st instant says- from Jalapa, and the varioas con tingents ' from tho depnrtments arc rapidly arriving. I c are also authcntically informed that a (-morchant of Vera Cruz has contracted wiih the iuexican Uovernment to duiiu cicht Biin boats. of SO tons each. to bc cmployed in transpcrting troops and op- eratmg agatnst Uilvesiou anu otacr por- ttonsof the sea boird of l exas. ' I THE G-ALAXY. Wednesday, Sept, 18, 1844 TCHIG K03HMH0N& For PTesidenlial Eleetors, JEDEDIAH II. HARRIS, jq N PECK. n.urgc. CALVIN TOWVSLEY, 1st Dis. CARLOS COOLIDGE, 2d Dis. BENJAMIN SWIFT, 3d Dis. ERASTUS FAIRBANKS, 1th Dis FJ.UuTIOX, Xotembtr, V2th. RAIL ROAD. It mav not have come to the knotvledco of " ... . raojioi our reaflera llnt a nottce iscontain- rf . ,he Bos,on s. motc ton , ' ' . , . one hundrcd ofthe Rtchest canitahsts and . r " I Temple on thc 19lli itnt. to lake into consi icratioti the contiuaation of tho Fittsbnrgh rnil road to lake Champlain. This ucv. dem- ' otistrmioti is sitpposed to ha-e spruncfrom the desire more rccently mar.ife.-e.l by the Rritihauthnritieg fora ra- ii trjnsporta iunef thc Ere.ishrr.ai! frnm BoK.n :o:hc Cattadt s, .-,, nnvi;,1, . Tlw .. , , ., , traosnnrtation ofthe m.ii liowever. it t r.nr . , , . , npri-pipi! i tinr n tilh nfi ia mrartiiiro nfsr . r ntil loau ou ihe routc coctcmplaied, so fara liic pcople uf Great Britain are tuhcconurc ted nith it. It will hecomc ihe great thor- ougli fare betnetu the mothev country and uot only for possengcrsi but for freiihr Gomls can bct'cr be lauded in Bostnn "han at any -port on the Briti"h Anipricati co.'st. A drawback of dutieiwhen scnt to the Cau das nonld not be refused hy our Coternmcnt. Thns a rail road from Bustou to Lake Clrnn plain. which would soou he extended to St. Jnhns.uotild enjoy most pccnliar and ex tMurJ'nary advanta-ies, and together with the hiibinrsj of thc rich country which it would ncnetrate, would make invistinents in ttcon sidering thc casc ofits cntistructiiin, thc most rr.ifitati'e of any on the Contincnt. Eveu the produris of Canad.i throttch the Tr'nolelength of the Likes to - ronsidcraUle extent might ind (hair way to Europc thrnugh this Cban iitl during the frosts nf winter. This-Sloveiiient of ao many ofthe Cnpital its ori!o4to nho arc l:een-sighted cnouph 'o sec tbeir nwn iutcrests, settles thc point that n rail road will soon pass tbrout;!i Ver mont. The Caiitrn routc has already' been i'ientiSeally sarveyed nnd cvery cR'prt U iaki;i togive that the preferencpiu ihe csti uiatioti of the capitalists. Tow.nds asurvpy on the Wcstern route from Bellows Falls ihrouzh Middlebury vcry little hnliceu done. This howevermusthe accomplidied. Itnill salify evcry oue not iutcrested in thc other routes ofihe supcriority of this in allthcsa onsidcrattons inrolvcd in the cstaMi-Iiuient It will nppear vaslly nrefera- w Ihen 13 the time lor thc neonle of ! addison Couuty toexert themselves in favor 1 - . of n improvement. without which they arc vnstly lirhiiid thcpcopie who arc six huudred tuiles dislant from market. but u ho eniov ihe fiicililies ofa rail road commiuiication, , j j As it rclates to the village of Middlebury with a rail road it will be the great depot of the cmmnerce ofthe couuty, and the centre ofthe greatest niantif.icturing district iu Ver mont, and without ii, it will sink vastly be low its present levcl. Then is it uot time to arousc ourselvcs to this sul jjct, in a pecuti i.iry view sccond only to tho TaritT. And w ho will protest n sinall draft upon his purie to. complete a survey wliicb is so likely lo se- cure the de-.ir,i!ile object. Men who have n stake in th? prospcrity of Middlebury muit be bliud tn do this. , NEW YORK XOMliS'ATiONii. The nomin.'ition of Sil.is Wrisht for vjuvernur 11ns iriviin nn niiiiiiinnai iiiiiiiii;c ... ,. - . i twiKe 1)0itjvev rPfused to be lhecall ireH cric 0llt yictory, Victory. Chttrs, chursfoT SUas Jfright, anda mtioritv of 30 tl.ous.ind for t he Loeo c:indiil.iiH fnr Governor oftho ompire State. Th-dny is ..rrn n . r i "... . ', "The Cato of Amtnca" is to he ne.Vt Goycnior and the Young Hirkory of Tenn cssee ncx President.. Siich is thotoneof "unuuon m iue Age anu rainui. But notwithstanding tAis etnpty brngg;a- docio outcry, Silas Wright will become the vietim of hi own teinerity nnu thnt of ' a the parly by acrrpiic this r.cmfnstico Silas Wright has ever been rec ognisedgs thc most insidion s nnd bitter fcetotfca principle ofthe Whig party in tlm Uriicti. Hc coniiueiii-cd his carccrin the Senatn of he State of Nt w York.atid us. smong t iiiminrtal seventccu who denied the peop!, thc riyht ofelecting olcctors of Proidcnt to help out his own selEdh nnd parly par poses. H proinpted thc msasurej nbich rendercd Jr. Van Burens adminijtrstisa ndioas, and finally overthrew it- Ht clenrly an cncmy of a protective tariu".an.i !;oes for a tnrifi" for rerenue only. He ja as much a frce tratlo mati as Calhoaa an.! .McUuQie. Hepoes for Annexation, th9 wole fiure by supporttnsj Polk and Dallss. H ? is oppo-ed to eouiptetine the works of inteintl improvemerjw. Hiici rail road with uh'ich he wantttogo backward rath er than f-.rward. TlTr younj lion of the West growU fitrioitsly nt iheir nom:natios. No considerntions of pcr.-onal fjvor for iu slcek and doulde fnced politician will imlitcea sinIe intelligcnt whig to vote for Silas Wright They will rcgird him as a politician, as their bittcrcst and uio,t ua coiiiproniisiti fic. . Indecil, wehelinve that ihe sclcctiaa of this most dan;erous foe to the proiperitvof tho couiitry will nild .-trcrrpth to the whijj party, hysiurrin? ihem forivnrd to still more iiidoinitabte elforts. They now sce that th' canuot slumher. rtid when thor oughly moused,thcy wiil become by thou sands tronger tbau with Bouck as thir pponent. The whi-rs were never inora tctivc and deterimncd in the state of New York thri'i al this inoiiicnt. Immen.e and immeasur al.le satherin.4 ara rccurded in cvery whijf papcr. Every day shows that the WhigbD uni swells fmiii itsinn:ost'rcccses, nnd New Vork will :ivc ntlcnst lO.CCOmajority for CUy nml Freliii'huyen. KENTUCKY. Our cpponents arc talking ve.-y large oi theresult of tbe election in some of theState and more especially cu Kectucky, as cora- pjred wiih the vote for Harrisou in 1840. Tbe Stf9 at-e that they kncw they must b? beat in Kentueky in Nov. 1S40. as they had been oeaten ia Auast before by 15,720. They tberofore tisndc ao escriion iu Nor.but gnvt 7,031 sotea less thanin Augusr. wliilc the V.'higs ircre at tlnt time on a strifc to out dn Ohio, aodiiuereascd their vot from Aueust to Xovembcr. 3,119. But atthe latc election nitttavcry popular cacdidaie for Govercor, htinjf a hrave oScer in the Ias: war, aud a lirm f.-.ond ofGeu. Harrison, they coucluded :o pive Mr. Clav a damper. in his own State. and Icft co stotie uu'itirued to rar- ry it. The increase ofiheir vote from Nor. 1840 was 22,440. and the Whig vote wsa in- ereased only 1.191. on Governor. Should our oppontnts hc as slack iu votinr in No- rember '44 as they were in November '40 .lr. Cl.iy niilhave n much Iarger iiiajoritv thanUeu. H irriannbad; asmaay who votcd i'orBiitler for Gortraor will give their votsi for Hccry Clay. LOCO-FOCOISM, POLKISM. ANXEXATIOXIS.V, am DORRI3M Have come to he synouyinous. A ncte meut mnre dangcrous 10 the peace acd onler nf cuminuuity than that of Dorr hai never beea madj since tha Uuion com menccd. Dorr disregardcd all Iegal and con stitiuiunat tuethods of refotming nn ilvse which after all wssnotso very frih:ftd or tx iremeasto justify violence and revolation aud resorted to arins. In this course hc was cheered on by tho Loco-Focos of New York and Boston. who prcsented him withasword to lie plunjed into the bosoms af his fellow citizeas who should rt sisthis usurpatior. Hs headcd an anncd power.ersctcd foriiicitnnj, aud to litzm possessinu of thc pulihc arins he planted rf.nnon with which he would have inasacrcd miiltiiudes of his lellnw cit'.zecs had not Proideuce intcrposed lo prevent n discharge which he would hare efiected by applyin-jthc bla2ing torch wiih hjs own hand. For hcse ouiragcoiH aadcrucl proceedings hc was fmiad guilty of treason. and is nnw :....:. Th mrrt nf Pnllf nnH ?ilna ... . . . r, r- . wnlit jusrii v iiorr. r.vcu .uiuaicoury tlii MooJ lIiitsty rebel has his auo!ogits aud symjwthizerj. Yes! :o our astonishmcnt! "our neighbor cditor oxerthc way,"n mini'iter of our hi'ly relipion. and a catididatc fur the second oflicc in the gift ol tho law-Ioving peo ple of Vermont told us a few weckssmcetlut r.s far as his knowledge extended be saw notbinc verywrongin Dorr, and pitennslybe moaned tbe injustice and cruelty ofhis p" ishmont. POLK ABANDONED. Polk has been abaudoned by the democra cy of Cumtierlaud Couoty Penu becatisebe 1ns refused to answcr a lclter addressed to him on the subject ofthe tariff The Ietter reqiiC'ted bim to say whether he wasinfaior ofthe proect tariff. or in favor of modifyio; it. Polk is mum. Polk always was, is now. and donbtless evcr will be opposed to the pro tective pclicy, acd how base is ihe Loco-Fo-co press and oraturs in this region to atiempt to pafm himofTtipontheirfolIowersasafrifi to pro'.ectiou. It is absolutely infamous. He ncvcr cntcrtamed the Icast friendsbip forpio tection or expresscd anythiog upon rbi sub ject but the most nncoinpromising hoKii.ty iTbe New York Whig State Cocvss tio'n recently assemblcd at Syracuse comias ted MILLAKD FILLMOREfnrGovereor. and SA.MUEL J. WILKIN forLient. Gr.v.. WILLIS HALL acd JOHN A, COLLIEiv forPresidential eleetors at large. MAINE ELECTION. Althonsh tbe wbole of thereturns bava not yet been made, enough of tbem are kcown to show that Maice is for tho Loco-rocw. Thb was uotatall unexpectcd. Maine basal wavs been set down by intelligeot Wb'gs amon- ihe gone State?- The r.iiie-