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MAY 2n FOKTRT ( Fa' li Norlk Ammicu J teromihi: jr.xxnr.. Dr Ma. . "The ttrnh, cociitlir.g of 4,(Vi0 fwt ifw raourtrj men, end br:gJf "Hcavy and ligtl arti'iery marthed agama " St, Kuflach', hf re thfy arrivrd on ihe "moro mg ot the I4!h Uff. 1637. i hfy rdacrd a batlrry nf heavy ealibre on the MtW Uank f the nvrr, with the intrclion " of bratirg down the ionc building! op- m pritr ; and Ly meati of Uirir fonthH$ "lo rn-if a re rrt;tion of the recrplwa ther haJ lormiure at St. Peni, baving " tKrre k arnrd that the ma'! arma of the Canadiane al tinte tmatlert, nere ex rfdingly pernione lo lloyaitv. From u ih batt?ry mariy of the ahou (eli ahort, artd pent theme Ivrs on the ice rifar the "abore, whfre the rhurch atood, ami agalo! which thfV were direclfd. Thee " balia, Veronique Jeanne an agfd woman "ra feanrly e ngaged in picking up and ' farrying lo the Patriota, in whoe ranks " wrre hf r hntband, aged 67, and ber two on. The old man ami hf r two Bona " were aoon oambe rea among the aiain but froniqur peritateci both by exam "ie and exhortalion, lo encourage ber M coun:rymcn lo cnquer or periali in the "sacrrd cause of Lutati. " aa anoooprfrrM-Dt niaJe tt once that auch in which the rtruea pWce iheroselvfi to 0f j10 Umtcd StatCS. luany perivo are e ngaged. such ta the irapru- each other for lue, or tnere cao oe no dente ol frif od often, and more frequently I matrimonia! engagement. ISolhing short of the lady hertelf, thai the common polii-of this can be accounted a betrothment, nrti and allentioBs which are ver due land noihuig more ia Decessa ry io ni per- between the aesea are conatrued icto prò- fection.' penala of matrironoy, and a young gentle man bear the rrport of hi engagrme nt, while aa jet noi eveo a dream of the tbing hai pawwrd throi-gh hi own mind. Ilv BRITISH MANUFACTURE9. In the coursc of a lobate uch imprudfnce the lady aevers r.erte.i . y, rnttgtnt iv fnnl, n1nrn :n,KA HIGH SC1IOOL. VI UIU UHiiw lutvo. j mHE5ub.cribrh,or.ncd.Hth!cW, ihn mnst rrmt llTIPrOVC- A rambri.JreCenire,Vi...a-nh.' 1 menta in the cotton spinmng rby, ch.mi.try; Rh' u'V trade were American inven- p.,r,inì" TT, be J.,Med w iiuuu iiinviii- placeJ under hi mntruction. VVrmi ci ' tions. The patcnt nghts werc mostly hcld by Amcricans, and wero disnosed of to manufac- turers on the continent. - lf ri,,.. ' JOSEPH IliKrl Cambridge, March 25, 1S3!. N. B. Board a7 be obtained io fwp.,,,i , Uniilie, residinff lu ho il!aie. on 13 terni. The discoverv of M. Dausrerre, ol rnak- mg landscapc, portra pencil or burin, and ictìt ri miiiM rnm tne onieci in. l .j .k.n . j... . i .v... i biiii iiibii iiBin m il il v in r iT.nn imi ... i ...v. - - I ' wn my icnrra the allention of the learned of Paris. ffnm lbawirtv. iKrhar) nfan hnnnr and polisfifd rnind, t bnnga upon heraelf fii Ufitisll HoilSC of CommonS, On Irienda the mortifiration and Jisapoiottncot Lj jg guject. Mr. Phillips made which wiinnevitably foilow jn such casca. J . . If a pentleman attend lady lo churrh; if SOniC intCTCSUng StalemcntS, le eacort ber lo ihe public aaserobly; il heUhowìnsr tllC CXtCnt tO which reflccted waik with ber in the slrrcU: il he occasion- 1t ... i . aliv vitit b,.r for tb iiki ol hr anc sori-1 Jril IMI manUiatUirtTS tTU TI- ty, the report ìa Dot unlrrquently seton valled UV tllOSC Ot Otlicr nations. font bv some mi&chievoua or indiscreet 1 4 .1 - t .1 I American Dajlirroscope. Adiscov. Iriend, that the parties are engaged to be r1" i13 w 1 ery aimilar to that of Daguerre.of Francc, rnarried! illrioUS ODCration of the COITI and Mr. Fox Talbot of Enrrland. haabeen 2. Nfilhcr rlors an engagement consist -rtn,,!-, TTncr.w1- Tn 170.1 made by a gentleman of Cincinnati. The n any pojiteness ol social intercourse, , ' J , . . ' Jtepublican newspaper eives ihe followine a 1 a. 1 Itlmt lvnHih l IHAAAffAn tt nn I ' v .v wmcn a latiy mavextend to a gentleman, mai uianui ui uiu ujuuii inai.- atcount ol ttus new mode of mak ino n e rI' 1 1 I a 1 1 I. mere are oung geniiemcn, nowever, 11 ;,rtnro vvit h wtiir li hi rnnctitu- lures ofsuch coimummate vanitv, astosupnose .ti .1 " Some exneriments on th uhiwt nf .1-. l l v.l awrp rnnnmpf nnmnnnf . . . . ----- j--- -- wi sue 11 ueaimeni ia noming dui int "" "ww... -v pnotogenic drawing nave been made by N0T1CE TO TKESPASSF.n5 SETERL pcr.on of ilihite and tlt ,, mg town havmj laken the liberty itt, tru, aita, &c, without the lh"uh mr 6ld 1 ercr0re forbid the, ,,,1 ;', i fr-m fhA nhiprt in. ..lh l. , . Ul ir? 'ìj. dai f h(miiAlvn intn linwi nn r.k .1 ......... .... wmwiiuu! tnusi UUIU0 Ihj ne 01 me lw. Swanton, May, 1, 1S39. A. DKLIV. 4:f HOTCIIK1S S WATEK WIIEEL. milE S U 3 S C R I B E R would anncanri M. lo the public, timi bu iMfRovti. llnn isu Watkr Whkelj and iheir Ari-kNt)Acii sue not only brought to a high state of ittrlecttoa' N araiUul ery, ito frafui ahritk Burri from th li pi ol Yrooi;oe : faltaly at'd uon the dead, Aad fera ifour fiiled hr frani : fh mtf noi or earh eheriahd rame; t-b mara'd faeh bull that fury tnl, A ad ben il mighty foie wa apenf, Tb dradly pandrooa weijht the caubl la her tron handf, and iwiAIr cougbl The few, the ooble u(Trmj few, To God nd lo tbeir Country Ime ; Who oìd of armi, of art' dread power, Fnufhl prately in iheir dying bour To theae ihe trifiing id ahe , To theae the iajur'd aufTring bre. Ereet abe flood amid the fighi, llrr dark ere flaihinf furth their bgk, Nor hredtd ahe the ball that iped, Lik arrow r&uud her gJ head, la tecent firn, in accenti loud Thu ipake he to the balt'ling erowd ; " I he no tear, no gnef lo et away, No orrow thrill me, end I know no fc&r, Atlothor feeling of my heart gire way To oa doep Vengeance eoncentrated thero. What, tbough my bearih be desolate. And widow'd I may be, Ti iweel to think I hall bara leti My ali for Libirtt ! !' iaid il, ye, and I hall lire to tee The dy whea ibi, wy country, will b free ; When dcipol Monarch will no more ha? pow'r To ly our Childrcn, and our wcalih derour ; Te la? our fair land wate, and aond a horde Of foreign hireling with dettroying word; To (ire our boi lample, and pollate Our ahriebing raaiden at the aitar' foot ; Our bleedinf huaband ruthlenly lo goad, Tbeir totl'ting lirob with heary chain lo load; To ack our dwelling, and with bruta! joy The peacelul, unarm'd babilant dctroy ; Te Iry with infamy their namea lo brand, And home leti drive ihem to a tranger land ! To wreit each righi that God and. nature gare ; To change the noble freeman lo the ilare ; To acolT at our orare children of the aoil ; A od beasi of crime that make the heart recoj ; To cali thena rebali, traitor to the caoae Of Virlue, and to Royal England' liwi :-. But etili be traitor, if trait'rou it be, To pani, 10 thirit for Sacred Liberty ? To aue, lo butnbly lue for Equa! Right, Aid waB denied, to iry to crutk the raighi Of a cun'd faction, whose lyraonou tway I)rie Freedora, Juitice, (rom the land away; Tbat corna jrou, loatbes you, gali you with iti cuain, Becaute the blood ol Franca flow in your ecini. Depair ye noi, the timo i near at band Whce y a JuJgee, they a judged ahall itand ; ÌTbeafoul Corraption bene rouat wend iu way Aid ÉMkikk' ihb( Kr RIMI. .IIAlll.t . , ... , iiciotu. oucn a ueclaration. may Vbea ùnta tour rrìrvtut nk tm'A ahII k.. i hf mndtf ivKan rk. k..l é ... , j w DI1V Jiau MU guspicion 01 at- And yoo loe'd Country protperou and Fai tachment existing, and tvhile her own en- Si. Alban, 17;h Mae, 1339. stroncretìt intimation ol a norsonal atlach-ltho nriirrt cnnminir frnrln . ir.Lii i" 1 1 . .1 1 r n 1 . . . . . r e i wul 01 ouuwibuuiue evcry oiner hri hr v fa cy tha Vù nVu 8 be a love affai a manufacturc almost unknown "h'; eTef 8uctcJss' IIe prcpar; !u T(excei,t c- "bei. under ;t iiey lancy inai it must De a love aiiair, . 1 1 ed paper chemicaily for thi8 purpose, and head.) " 1 and cquivalent lo the most direct proposala on the COCtinent, Ollt in the placed it under some astronomicaldiagrams, Tho ImPrvements havo been paiomcd fr0B r for matrimnny. A amile, a compliment, ITnjtr(l S(a(rs of America a which were then exposed to the sun's rays. t!me 10 lin,e a"d 1 an' ""led in ay.ng t. a socia! intemew, a walk or ride ol pleaa- un,lCU ?UlCS 01 iimcnca, a The new icture . few minufes "TJT p08"C,", mor,c ttdva'" ore. i. down aa the most unequUal UlOSt ac ire COmpct.tlon sprung formed and removed.and a procèls S by VmST- declaratioa of love. '1 bey teli of the con- ,1D n t l s art C e of trade : find which the figures were nermanentlv RxJ. for Saw MUI . bPa.T. TriU uucsis iiit-y nave maue Wlin an air Ol in- . r ... . , . "hi fincimna athlrh tk.. k i,.r. nuriumM ! n,l il. .n,..7 r... u-i....!.. umnh.and never know their mistake tilt OliamilV ITianUiaClUrca in !b" 7 1 " "":",v" ' 1 " . noient Miiiwrih VnT. u " : . , ,Colli .L ' 1 ... 2, ,L . , , " .1 f 1 x 1. vui iiaiius aie iu cYCr 1HIBI.XI SUI 1SI3C-I r ..,.b ,u unni BHO Dui Ul , k " "V "v Biiu negarci me unilOU i3iaies was equailO tory. 'I hey look as thouph they had been "rh wi ,8 OI,ltt,u,.v ,ncr,eas,ng- -.v t 1 k. uu aunuiiyui-Kirn. tln ..rUln rY,-rfl.tr ir, tYla IHOSt CarelllllV emrraven. Thn rliiTiRnlitv rr " .... T" a,,,k maue Ica,, aw m m m u.i v v ah v ili ilJiu l mf iiviia aut vaal q. iicuiici uws n engagement consisi mvsterv rnnrrt,! tuiih m.. f i",, ' ,t7 1 ; . . ' u ,ul on S 'crt o'ranJoq:Ì T tions ofhonorablo members this MJ-.K f "'..L-' .. ar - i - l WIIHI III' l'HkU TT av n m n . vs . A - . l l I " iw oli vmiu BU U I il Tfrmun fi. ,;r,me.nn,n hot " r"''' '"S ..CVX,.8U "twrìj the whole fall a or.erat.vc head. TK Many prsons, however, imagine thatr ""T a . hVok ,ó . " W" "aVe'eU " lSn '8 f'he whc;cli, are p.aced directly under the ,P Z rery siich sten is a sten of comminai ai Iirusuiii a iuwii ut exisience, iocCUpiea oy ino nut Wbili. the mHiul-li,.! ; ni.. r,.,: .1... L.,:k: QK:i e r TTor nrlunn!. UT-: i r l oreuay exiencl dov L;:.sir.,. 7 7 1 JJU&lUU, OI1C -""J" 0 01UOP wr tban the flutter whécl, that the wheel caio cn, occupied by tho flutter wbeel. Tho bulk head or loreuay extenu down the slream ubouUft.fartk I wse esumate, and making those iudiciousr : Hmgdove, Captain Stewart, even dava innth hi 1 . li ..i"" .1 ' .. cunl.s" invpulKTnt nna ivi. oh o.,0., 1 J lilWSt 1111 1U1 HIltTl- rrm n-m..,!. U...J j li. . " I " ' j biimoc r un, une 19 uuuiiui . ...w... uviiiiiiuo. aiibuureu ìa namoion i a l tn mal In ih!, .ir.:, k.. . j i v mi T t -1.. t I n nA i..i... .. , . I noom, in the water. ... ... .ma anali, u T a IlL'OIU IU H lUll HiailUKlljLUl III" IIMI N. uuaug Ull T CU I1C SII U V I St. W 1 1 ti fi Pano 1 hai I mi L own hanninesa and that of otbpra. I-fon. .... .1 .... , for the lìritish Min vv..k .u .W" lov?r P.urclia" rom the tenue of he ia consi.rl na ffl;rltf omn,;ll u,c F"ff UHUHUVeU in nBn,.; a, .;:..-.: Vi .1. ' . u,;"ar6l"g pomi on the peripli , v..,.ll,,,klu . - - - - p.-,,.-. tvnmk cui uu iu iiuitimore in 7 " ms wneei. a tu cheamiesM ilnrikii . out the possib.l.ty of honorable retreat. the manutactUfe 01 COtton, WaS the steam packet Jewess, and proceeded Powcramotion,(w,thoutgear Butthis is ali wrong, whether it be the i-niinì In X fMÌ bnreno nrl to Washington citv on Thnrsrlmr I am ready to provo by actuul danion.irminn i sentimento! individuala or of the nublie. 1 - - called upon, that they cannot be 8un,asStdTv, The very object of his researches is to now m active OperatlOn; and We observe by a pararraph in the Plherhee 1 ow known, with a little water, (. ascertain if the character and oualifir.niinn nnf mrrplv fnr tho nn,nr.,n .f U imes, that Her Maiestv had PvnrPBs.,.,1 1 ? f v jiauou wneei.; of the person are such a, will make him a "TI Z7n llC . ' ?reat p.easure at the sight of the enav- tal I "! l? !? on ?! happy cornpanion for life. Without such ?U1TJ '"o uurican mar- mg ol her Portrait, by Mr. Sally, the Amer- U to 5 ft. wheef. V fro 5 t0 ft hld 4 h.i . investigation, he might as well commit his ketS. DUt for Comoefino' with icanArtist. It hasbeen received bv Mpssr rom 8 to 18 fu 2 wheels r ahv ii,, 1 .. 1 1 interest to a lady he had never beheld. He Lrirl hnnti'nrr TlrWiol, r D- -ppleton & Co. by the Liveronol. a dumb wAe?' to ervea a coumer balanco orend mÌ2ht as well hf bpthrnflio.l U.ikn dren are by their parents, wiihouthis con- re,gn marketS. aeni or Knowiedee. and whi le in a afnt. nt infancy. He might as well be blindfolded. and rush into a great assembly, and sclect a cornpanion at random. Parents must sup pose their daughters little less than angela, 11 mey expeci to betroth thera in this manner. And the vount? ladies who so supernciai m character and accomplish ments as to fear to admit ofsuch honorable anu wise scrutinv. had hpttpr v ik. idea of a married" life at once, and become nuns. pucn snould be the sentiments on una u Dieci, tnat evprv vnnn ii., should feel himself at liberty to make every ...aa,v n.cDuKaviuii 01 cnaracter, with ont subjecting himself to the report of be mg engaged or of other than honorahl in tentions, if disappointed, he sees fit to re- tire. feiwier aoes an enirairpmpnf wn.;.. ni me raosi unquanned dee arai nn ni l- on the pari of either the trpntlpmnn . I dy. Tnis oay ali be, yel an obligation is "l" numeu, noconiract 13 lormed. And yri mere are tnose who suppose that sueh uctiarauons 01 attachment impose an obli gation on their friend Which r.unnnt ho sisted or yiolated. The gentleman, whose ìiiutiuuc n, aiwavs 18 Iirat tv mak disclosures, considera that when he has done this, he has secored bv rloht h h lv" "Ul "" . ne laciy may be whol ly unprepared for such an event. Such a dtsclosure mnir ha .. pressure. Under 4 li. head I use 4S0 in. water ; aa "nronf hvlnm rh . 1j " ur i u. i.ta in.: lor IO or 12 ft. beni. I9ii , . v, wlv : i,U H IH TI I ritirili . frr ita . ... ' . r 1 n.ior , ior tu 11. on in. or n. t ... . f-.-imuiioa waier: ior zu n. itti in. or I .... n. iiuui correemess as a likeness. is a fin. do aimn " .', '.fi-"" i 1 t o . . ' - aaaM IIJVI D UUHIIlt-KB Inin ll.ii i.liA. isnea specimen of a noble art. wheel with aW i..i,;.j. . 1.. """" """" ? oovi a a. uv UIU be- MISCELLAJCEOUS. narriate rromises., T SET. J. M. DAVIS. ÌTkal conttilutei a betrothmenil"The roost intereatina' and decisive twrirvl in courtship remains to be considered. We nave rnofarored to conduci the enquirer after truth along from one stepto another till we bave broughi hira to that point when he is prompted, not only by his ar. feclions, but by a regard for Ws owo cnar acter aoa me cnaracter or his friends, to make a declaration of attachment and love which if reciprocated, shall prepare thè way for the assumption of obliguions ihe non wniiing and soiemn. What ihen is ihe nature of a beirothment ? And what are the circomstancej which will render it nuli a ad void? 1. I remark thal a matrimoniai engage ment dnes not consirt in any of the civili lira aod coortesirs of life, which a gentle man may extend to a lady. It ii not un frrqueptly the case, however, that ihese are rautaken for dcclarations of ote, and f, , j m aut. ifj- ore she has made the necessary inves tigations herself. Such a declaration. ma en e : isti 1 .-gementi anu ciraumstances would-not admuof her entertaining such proposals lor mnmon Il .u. : r r BIIC 18 8U stiuated as to render such an enffasempnt ;mnn.;ki . 1 . . .......uvJBamic. BIIC is bound to inform him of it. and keV,, - secrei. r If her circumatancea nr anrh .. , . vi. ai iv leu- der il proper for her to enter into a matri moniai engagement, it ia nrorw. th- .k.. hi . ' 1 1'1- ' tliai e makp ma nrnnA.. n I . . . . . - . "'"rr' mailer 01 imme diate and serious consideration. If ahe is sat.sfied with hi character, and cntertains "V Bl'-iou ior him as will render a i r . . . Tt ro' 6he ha othing left bui lo make known to him in a modest -u -uci.tiwii.ie manner her acceptanceof ... i-iri.. bui 11, aiter due considera lion. and ìnmiirv. anrl rli:w...- . . , -7-1 j' - """ciairun, sne is "ro w onirarv conclusion, she should lose no lime in informino; him of the " Ksl l,kely to wound his 8ensibibt.es or mortify his pride. She will cons.der it, too, boih a diciate of modesti prudence, and honor, to disclose ih,. ,f,: cumstances lo no living being. TbpnVh 0n,v" egem"t, then, is when the nartie. ha n .' clos-es, bind themseivWUV '.o feeome each , other.. wedded 'companión lor l.fe. There mnst be . conlract formcd, . . tlon of mJ saw i from 160 to 200 strokes per An extra session of the Maine Legisla- m"nte, in a good ized log the aame under 4 L ture will be held in June. jhead a under 15 or 20 feet, &c. . ' a uescription of my improved Ilorizontal Impnsonraent fordebt has been abolished ast Whpo..w"' rm, referonce must be had 10 This was a place where, 14 or 15 ycars ago, not a soul was to be found ; it was a new man ufacturing district which has spuiig up aa 11 were in tne (le- in Michigan immediately, totally and for- wVp?ciÌ"tion Thi'' Wheel i designed ior G sert, and supplied first of ali ever. Jt y ÌÌF &c: ! .1 a, , A . . -.wuvwi. onu me wiioio weigiit ol the wier tne American markets with ar- Legai ììothertiion. in a volume of res,,0la waier:iabl8belopingbetweeiiti. ticles which usedformerlytobe hcery Prac tic. w. find the foiiowing w;nór;lo;b?uSb;V. imported from England; and iZl i-TS SCCOnd y, WaS assisting tO dis- f Jjf. V im to dò Theae Wheel. ar, cast, ad may be had .Ma. place the Bntish manufacturer ìt tlì i' 18 8ru5P?8ed n equity f0 do Foundrie 0r carbo..daie and soufh Ea.to.., r.. f .. ..L , . 'tW'th the Viewofrfomfi-Whathe sbound Kinifgton, Trov. Remo. Hinoh,.,... - I PaintA1 D . IT . '. ." b " 'I ; f, x. 1 . ai Detroit. Mich tran : at Ut. from other markets. (Hear.ìk do fPU l -r , 'y Dr. Smith of Southampton, Eng., to The hon. member for Wolvnr- qm. r o....L LouÌ8' Mi,30Uri ' at Bgio", Vermont, te. competed with, and successful ly, by his American rivai. He would direct the attenfi the House to another important l n . . . " 'calli IJ her Bntamc Majesty's frisate VWI ?I,ken,0J .the ì7.th u,t-' withi two da non as ays faci connected with the rivalrv ?2,ooo5ooo of specie o?wSÌ " Ilor Ihepaymentof the emancinatinn ,uv., el Case, must expeci to be pr- conimunicatioM, Broome County, N. Y. will bo niomptly alternici GIDEON IIOTCIIKISS. to hamnton. had corrati v tntn.l Uhom j "Z C f. u?AL"MwJ jh - j - - . , . ...v.u ...( rf ...... v. ucci vose, must that the American manilfae- DOy', nas l aPPears embaImed the same cuted indiscriminately. 411 r.0 1 !l 1 , a?d taken fr0tn 11 a Perfe Cast Of the ori- ost Paid' ed to the subscri turerà vrr nnl nnlu m l 1,1. :.i l- n . . ...u vn .,.,...,,.. v. ..uvuiui hi un; uau s""'i wnn nis iiowinir oek nn.i am : r i;..i .'1 ,., 0 11 ui Kuppiymg meir nome mar- oluluc- Imén 1. a 4 Ae-varw 1 a I v a ivib, uui luiiiu aiso mio COm- v"e who is passionata and baai petition With the British in !,f:neraI,Jr ne$t it isyour cool, dissem Morirn in nn ' 1 bK'. f"1'1'"? hypocntes, of whom you .-...v-v,, ... uuiis un uie 1 snouiu Deware. eastern cosist nf S A Ar ; uA markets round Cape ìlorn, andUJl 011 me wesiern coast; and when . Ui DO",ne water, ana put ihe cali k : 1 il.b .1 '""Mcoes in, while hot. and leave it till pm iiiuiiuuuuu mai me new ere- And in thi. wn ih. .i. " ' r'": . , ... "v,u" ie rcnuerea fi 1 Ci fi m Bll 11 1 I narm . n . .1 'Il . r . uu uiitiaaii iuwii willCil ne K T. cul l,u Wl1' "ol '8(-e oy 6ubsequent liadalrcadymcntioncd.conSiim. .W ." r ed, annually 40.000 ban of. ' " "rc -tl.l . . I l lift .lAllPnal ror fiA thr.iinrht tW. iv. li . ww-iuai ui vuujmerce intimntoc .ug, v uro ,uure wouia that some cunning trader, availing himself fnnl ponvinnn,! ' r .h ..ri. i . ""'8 ""iiseir vv.iiivva u LiidL 1 1 ini n nrr ul me iwrm nmi hn annni..: r M.n' . " . the Jm.w m.rLl. u:,," "'J"g ui uiu luriiimaoie nature ot the ""-i ìi . v . 'v' B,IBU8 et?e8i ta nvalship 0f the United Sm.eS SrhS.a lhe Americans Were. in farf l seven hundred dollars. Next vearwe beating the British in tho remo- S?ì SS!1 " 1Mh'd on,u test market which the .atteri jr.,;.r,w . .. a u unirai, ni it bbm b ott iiittah a. a 1 1 possessed-the market of Chi- was dinine at . TholeL Xrl 8 ! ow na; and it wasan acknowledir- hf th.,baltle o-r knivesand forks,acci- Cd fart thot iti K a , ""Jr1 u,s mouin which was observ- CU iact tnat m lbjy, the Amer- ed by a Yankee sitling near by, who E icans sent out to Canton 16G - f3,00.1' " 1 8a. rried, don'tmake ihat aré vn varus ot cotton manufac- aii atarve te de.S Mjr ,argeror tured goods. In Calcutta too . inspilo of Ihe prolection which tne liritish manufacturer re- Practice for the British aoldiery to lire on ceived often per cent, he was sJSS P&88ÌDg up and down The New Orleans Bulleiin of the 23d ult. says: " Bva late arrivai r. L .1 TESTIMOÌVIALS, &c. BuMington, Vermont, 17th Worr. 1836. To whom it may concern, Thi i to certify that Mesrg Wood and Trow u .geA Put inl our Saw-Mill one of Gidton , ì,atent Valicai reaciing W.iei Wheel : our head of water i. S Ui Th iti- e' ofthe wheel i 2C inches. The length ofth a V11 f1el' with 6 whoel,, on th hafl- w nnd this wheel to trive uh ahnm 210 m.H ner minute with two saw througba 24 inch log with ordmary feed. We find the n.otion of the mill suite too quick with 6 wheel and hare therefor basi off one gate, and now run it, using only Tour wheel. fhi we find ciré abotit 180 revolution per minute in good sized timber. From the p- rience we have had wi th ihpSA Tta Vi A I o aaiak arA lai' cidedly of the opinion that they are far uperior I any other wheel now in use. We find that we ar ! noi irouoieu witft back water aa w iih iho common Flutter wheel ; we also have in one ot Hotchkis. wheel for a gig wheel, and we think il far mpenor to the common Gip. - ihoir.nrioriir consista .in their being entirely ccure from ice. VVe io moit chcerfully recommend the abor mentioned wheel aa beino mnA r.: and capable of doing one fourth more buin than the old fashioned wheel, eapccially whort . an Bnu uacn water. FOLLETT & BRADLEYS. Thoee wishinp furih, ;,.r, .: r a ,,. i ili6 ST" ?en,'enen : Hon. G. W. Ludlum, P. ; M. FaU.bt.rgh, Sullivan Co. N. Y. f X. A Johnson. Ti,.. 1 1 Tk. . a and Ohrer Thomas Creai Bend Townih.p, ; 5usquehannah Co. P. rvi 1 :.k n.v.r t or the aame ple. Ezra Barton, Millwtight, . Windsor, Broome Co. N. Y t Nichola&Hayte,Painted'pot, Steuben Co. ' W. Imo Sm.iK Tv; 1. t' M V ! JoaephMcConnell.Jame M.Dick, David PiK ri" w VDavid Dick' A. W.lco. 5 ; j Wood -41bro Pbelp. Benjamin H. Sanford AWn Nichol and other. of Vieaai. : Oneida Co. Pf. Y. weasr. Vike, Wood and Phelp. are Mill wrigbu. -rcbibald Milla, n... teuben Co. X. Y.. N. P. Sie..r.S Kw. V. Y. --v' UT Ricrhtl for ihai A'taf V..MHMt Mtr b J 1 , wa f Ciiiivhi 1 - ' Of ftDDlTlfìv Ia T fT ryrnr iBnC f RICli.MÓ'D, Vt.