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tl-r fCturCl on liniuiai aruiiuaujjuy,
?!h useof schools." By' Mrs. A. II.
n( this voltlme is upon our table.
I I ' f tl mnrirt In nut nmn
we nrcier tu
ofihc work by Mrs. Sigourncy, copi
fl the Connecticut Observer:
UbllC, WIWWB Duic.jr ,
a r'::..Vt ofiiid
l.tr. a iin rnotnln Ihnsii vvllfl Pre
Vn of voiith- In this most honor-
jeparitnu". , t
.uS, horn" v.' -
who lead lives of ease, or only
i,i'nrc amid household cores, for the
?; . ...,nrieil nt the enertry with which
1 i - mnlron. nnd the. mother of
,. children. preym rvp
1. .fur volume, not merely glittering
J .:pI or imagination, but weightj
i or nun
!, .i. nM of scientific
lively ii oiiui. i.v..--, ...... .
e a :
I111JU.'--- If . I ,. . .
n.i id mimic, wiiii li-LiuiL's un
DICX."-- . , ,,1-.,
"fsi'iJi-nt' besides her more simplified
Lnf Hotanv, Chemistry, nnd Geology
bi .uliiinnR. nnd nuiers hnve
...in ui v. . ..-.
....;;! Ihe t altering suiiruiju ui iu-uuuiiuu-
ntn En'nanu. i lie vuiiuuu uriuiu us la
I inferior ny om hY samo accom'
. ' l. : lw. itfi'il I nit those, u-hn
unca pen. " ,v" . r:. ;-j .
iamioo itlliorouKiny win ue gr.ui(ii.u wnu
illustration, and the Dure
i.:,. wntunent. interspersed throughout
..,,,to it is aeu caieu ov me auiuor.
lo-ulnntiHl sister, a name ot whom our
. ..mini nnd U'linsn Amt-rifnn
v.m,v has mimed a distinction not often
onfm'ed on a female writer, that of being
escribed as a part of the course of rtudy.
nur nnncmal universities, i ne
aims divisions of Mrs. Phelps "Lectures
.VMitml Pliilosouhv." aro "Matter und
I Properties," "The Me
hanieaU'owers," "Hydrostatics," Pneu-
n A rniiM.es." ."Oirtics." "Elec
only chance for lifa was to, stick to the float
ing spars that surrounded me j I was tossed
nbout in every direction by the breakers,
having the spars forced out of my hands by
every surge that overtook me. I was fre
quently overwhelmed by the breakers, but
being perfectly calm and collected, I man
agea to keep my head above water and my
mouth closed, so that I swallowed no water;
at ono moment I was washed near the shore,
(not knowing, however, that I was near,) at
the next forced back to with! n n verv alinrt
distance of the wreck, where I was hailed
by tin individual, there being three still re
maining d7! n small portion that was left,
who wfts anxi'iU's to know how far it was
from shore ; being overwhelmed at that mo
ment by a breaker, I was unable to answer.
I was then washed back and lost possession
of myspai, and found myself turning round
under the water, but making a desperate ef
fort I succeeded in reaching a small spar,
the grasping of which caused it to sink, and
l men lound that ray hand touched the sand.
I still had my recollection, nnd became con
vinced that one more effort would save me.
By the assistance of a kind Providence, I
was thus enabled to make the effort and sue-
ceeded in crawlins out of the water verv
much exhausted. There are many inci
dents connected with my escape, of a very
miraculous nature, which I trust I may be
enabled to relate to you at a future period.
Jeu York Gaz.
Incident in the fiiist Peninsular
War. Lute one evening a small party of
jerencn urngoons appeared unexpectedly
among the mountains; nnd the secluded
rand Magnatism, anu "ueiesuai ie-
7rt oiiliimn nun
The Boston Daily Advertiser of Tuesday
last, says :
"The election in this citv vesterdav was
conducted with animation, but without bustle
or disorder. The' result is a majority of
8249 votes being an increase on the majority
of 1471. There is an increased Whig voto,
and r diminished Van Buren fote in every
ItT 1 ! .1 '
ivoru in uiu.ciiy,
The returns from tlio country are of a sim
ilar character, Hardly a town has been yet
heard from in which there is not an increase
of Whig votes, nnd in ncarlv everv town
thera is ft decrease of Van Buren votes.
In many towns there is n very large Whig
Tho whole number of votes given in the
e!JCljon of last year, legally returned those
of nine 'owns, amounting to ncarlv two
thousand, bcingroiected for informality wa
o.joy, oi wnicn i-,vv weie ior uovcrnor
Everett, 35,992 for Judge Morton, nnd 237
scattering, making a plurality of 0,168.
VOTIJS FOR GOVERNOR.
inig Torn "'A'ff Tory
in uoston, ouuo wit 477 liWJi
Total vote in
130 towns, 29337 19931 249G9 22504
JT?" Net Wiuo GAIN, Six thousand
nine hundred and forty-one.
Majority in 130 towns 9,400!
Senators. The Whiff tickets for Sena
tors are elected in nil the districts heard from
which are all the districts in the State, ex
cent the. three smallest, and Berkshire, mnk
ing thirty-live Whig benators, and the other
valley where El Marico dwelt was soon dis- five are probably Whig. From Hampshire
covered by these marauders. They op-! and Hampden we have heard enough to bo
proaehed the old man's cottage, were civilly! assured thnt our ticket is elected in each.
received, accommodated with food and wine, Iu Essex, Middlesex, Norfolk and Plymouth,
weir nurses suppueu wiin corn, anu an mat the Whig tickets are chosen bv large ma
submissive peasants could do to propitiate jorities, and in BriMol by near three hnn
luvir cicmcncv was inca. now was is id red.
ciiinirx. ui jijvt"" j
ortno extracts as specimens of tho style
and of the happy manner in which she pre
ikdk ihe affinities between science and reli
mt. And the chapter on "Winds," nt the
210th page, she says, "who that content
ilitts the beautiful provisions of Nature, cun
doubt that Nature herself is under the con-
mt nf a wise and sood Director 7 How
many facts of science reveal to us, that the
iviole Creation is but a chain of infinite and
harmonious relations, the one depending
nnonand inlluencinff another, and all up
held by one governing and changeless mind.
l aw often tn tne moral covernineni oi ouu,
io neaco anil consolation, like the sea-breeze
irbich is produced by the scorching rays ot
Ihe eun, accompany itiose very amicwons
that threaten to overcome human nature, nnd
beautifully balanced, arc both moral and
Again, at tht 202d page. "The eye, by
tarns a microscope and telescope, is adapted
to the Durnose of viewing things near, or of
mending its field of vision, to far distant
objects. On examining the structure of the
ere, we find it a beautiful optical instrument,
made in strict conformity to laws of science,
and perfectly fitted to bo acted upon by light,
io as to form an image of the object from
which light is reflected. Was the Artist
who formed this instrument, ignorant of the
effects to be produced? Or did the instru
ment iiself, start into existence, the offspring
cfa blind and fortuitous chance? We may
not now pursue these speculations; but cold
mufl be the heart of that youth, who in
studying theso subjects, sees nothing beyond
ibe mere enunciation or illustration of sci
entific truths, and whoso devout affections
are not animated, as his understanding be
Mnriceos hospitality returned? He had no
gold to tempt their cupidity, ami in his pence-
un occupation nnu leeoie strength mere wns
no plea to excite apprehension or justify se
verity. But he was a husband and n futher.
His wife retained some portion of her former
ueauty ; anu his daughters, only verging up
on womanhood, were sin
Mornin-r hnd just dawned
KEruusENTATivKs. i here is a verv
large increase of Whig Representatives;
all the large towns, except Gloucester, hav
ir. ni.,nr. vi,:..J
,lg VIIUUII ? IlljO,
Ncv-YorI Cattle Market Nor. 13, 1837.
Rrttnrtftl fur lh N. V. Jimrniil nf f?oinmrr.
hanUSOine. At m.nkcl COO lirnd nf Beef Cntltc. Including 200
IllO Order (0 ("" III Soulli, COCO .Slict-p unit Lnintii, Hnd 40 Milcli
And New Gootte.
Tkc Wkitineham Farmers
HAVE received' their Fall and1 Win
ter Stock of Goods, from Boston.
purchased for Cash; which with their for
mer' stock (all purchased tin's season,) con
stitutes very general assortment of
English, West Iitilia anil
Amone which nmv bo lound tho following
English, French and American Broadcloths
American Suttinets, nnd Full Cloths:
English and French Merinos, Plain &,Fig.J
English, French, and American Prints;
Tickings, Sheetings, Shirtings, &c.
ltdm. Clin. BrnniK-. Wines. SiKrifm. nnd
a general assortment of West India Goods
Hard nnd Glass Wnre Crockery, and all
articles usually found in a Country Store.
Constantly on hand, Boards, Shingles,
Brick and Lime.
All the above articles for sale, for cash,
Produce, or approved credit, as cheap as
r I . i . .
can ue tounu in tne country.
Persons wishing for any of the above nr
tides, will find it for their interest to call
before they purchase, and exnmine for them
selves. It is the intention of the company,
to uirnish uoous as cheap ns they can be
nfforded, and nt uniform prices: And thev
respectfully solicit n share of Public patro;
...... 'vnTTe inti rrf '
Whilinchnm, Nov. 2, I8.i7. ! 10
.u ..... : i .1.. ....i . i : Uuw,
u.u,. B.- uiu. u.c u.......ujr ;, T,0 ,;, j ,cmm, rr nf wn. Mr, and
supposing that, pleased with the civility I nearly mi .li.po.nl of t lt rrk'. mrn, ,j i
they had experienced throtit;h the night, the frumiftG i 59, nti-mgR price 87 00 ihe 100 tlx.
marauders wouldtaken friendly leave came A'' Co'-Sale. dull, nbout 20 .ulJ nt r,u, 22
forward to say farewell. Half the party i 'siicc. and LambDemand brl.k and 0O0O. old.
mounted, when, on a signal from theii offt- Sbrcp nt from SI 73 to 84. Lnudw m frum Situ
leer, a dozen ruffians seized on the peasant's . 32 25- . r
uaugnters, nnu piacea tnetn ueioretivo urag- DIKD.
oons. In vain the astonished mother clung In Norihfield,25iti utt. ilr Cbirlci Hum, student uf
wildly to one of her beloved ones: in vain ; M"',n.e "8" ?
the hither rushed upon the horseman who
hed the other, he was maimed for life by a
sword cut, and his wife was savagely shot
by the horseman, trom whose rulhan grasp
she had striven to extricate lier child.
Wounded and bewildered, El Marico leaned
I In lllnfclnle, Oc(. 27, H.ir.h Itu-jt, n;ed 83, relirt
, of D.itiiel Hun;. Vrinttri in MuttachuitttM are
rtqufttd to nutiet.
nV LAST AltltlVALS.
TT1TAS just received a new supply of rich
JlEL Fall and Winter Goods, Such ns
English and French Merinos; Printed1
Merinos and Circassian; Carolina Pluids;
Ladies Camblets J rich blucAlepine; blue,
black, brown and green, do.; rich blue black
Silks, blade and colored do. ; GoatVhnir
and common Cmublets; Victoria, Prints, a
rich and splendid article; also, English.
French and American do. ; Broad Cloths,
Cassimeres and Snttinets, a good assort
ment: ladies Broad Cloths, for Cloaks;
English Flannels und Serges; Roso Bliin
A NDREW BRADSHAW. would respect
J. fullv inform the Gentlemen, that he will
ci t imi i-fTit n fina filirl MrttYtrtn rln altir
ai'vi iiiV iuiv iniu vwiiiuiuii w w. j mi t
straw do.; printed nnd plain Floor
Cloths; Brussels nnd Wilton Kutrs: brown
and bleached Sheetings nnd Shirtings;
Tickings, Drills nnd colored Flannels:
Batting and Wicking; Kid, Silk and An'
cola Gloves: bilk, Worsted nnu Lotion
Hosiery, Childrens Grecian Boots; Guffs
HA INQ recently spent a .forlnjght in
Boston, making his purchases of Fall
and Winter Qoods, would respectfully. invite
his customers and all those wishiritrfo buy
on (he most reasonable terms, to calfand ex
amine for themselves. His stock !s at this
time large and elegant,, comprising all tho
great variety oi
Domestic and foreign Staple
mm jc aucy wooiis,
tvith which his extensive store is wcll known
to havo been crowded, (for many yenrspast)
ate in Autumn.
And should ho disregard the fashion ob
taining witlimany, .small traders of making
a great "flourish of tmmDelsH about ihe low
.7.... .1 ...i.il. i i.i :..!! f ... r
iib v.uuiu oei u iuiv pieces OI
nun siozy, cotton ciotns, in lor iiolhirjg.unt
linings, and some few other unimportant
articles, and also about cloths, cassimeres,
satinetts nnd calicoes selling from 20 to 25
bit cent, lower than last vear. still uurdms.
ers need not be summed if thev should find
him selling a great proportion of his Goods
at from 5 to 10 per cent, lower tlmn those
who exhibit on paper the prices of a few ar
ticles, which psuajly, prove very dearjn the
end. Aiwonghisineiy GpodsViay bejtaund:
1G pieces BROADCLOTHS, great va
riety of colors of the most beautilul shades,
all oualitie8 from $2 to 8G ner vurd : drnb
nnd dark COATINGS; n full stock of
Cassimeres, among which are double-milled
drabs for gentlemen's Ovor-Conts; Satinetts ;
a full assortment winter Vestinns; silk-velvet
nnd black ?at.in do, ; a prime assortment of
Tailors' Trimmings of the best quality;
Uonts Hair and common OAiMLJblb;
Indies' do:; English and French Merinos ;
scarlet and yellow small hgurt d do. for chil
dren; figured Bnllinettsi Salisbury Flan
nels; fine white, red and yellow do.; best
Friczo'Cloths. Oocluncsnnd green Flannels;
rolled Cin-nminns, very low, Highland,
Robr6y,r?MerIncr.T Moscow, SVolendn, and
Prussia SHAWLS, in great variety;
black, brown and green ALEPINES; gro
dc Naples, gro de Swiss, Italian, LulMring,
Silks; India Lutstrings ami SynshnWs; bl'k,
white and colored Sarsncts nn'd Satins; plain
and figured Bonnet Silks ; bonnet and cap
Ribons; blndt, white nnd colored Taffeta
do.; Belt do.; Velvet Bindings, Braids and
Cords; 4 -i and 5-4 Bobinett Lnces; Thread
do.; FootingsandEdgings; Linen Cambrics;
Linen Handkerchiefs; One 'Jltimlrtil pieces
English, French Sf American CIiC0C8 j
30 pieces Englishand Scotch Giughnius.very
low; Cambrics; Bishop Lawn ; Book Mus
lins; plnitt'and figured Swiss do.; fine ltish
Linens; Hus?ia and Birds-eye Diapers j
Crash; Linen Damasks; brbwn- Damask
Tnble Covers; Marseilles Bed Quilts.
A full stock of SHEETINGS. SHIRT
INGS. Bed Ticks, brown Diillincs, Cotton
Flannels, blenched Sheetings nnd Shirtings,
fdlNERS Toottj SAD&sin
Brushes; ShoeThread; MoroccoSkins;
Kid and Binding do. ; just received for sale
by WILL1STON & TYLER.
Brnttlcboro, Nov. 7, 1837, io
ALL Persons indebted to the subscriber
whose accounts arc of more than ono
years standing, ure requested to call and set
tle the same without delay.
. h S: SARGENT.
Urnttleboro, Notr. 8, 1837.
STATE OF VEBMONT.
, . , , District efXarUjbro, ss.
At the Probate Court holden at Drattleboro
within and for said district, on thelfttt Wed
nesday of Oct., A. D, 1837 present.
Hon As Knioiit, Judge;
COMES Cyrus Wfll,burn,' Executor of tho
Mrrm .W'" V$ Ttanient or LOViNJllI
HUNTMf of Vernon In said district, deceas
ed, and Gles his administration account; Where
upon it is ordered that the some be heard and
examined beforo toid court, at the sussion
thereol next to be holden at JJrattleboto afore
said, on the Inst Thursdny of Jtfovembcnncxt;
And for the purpose of notifying all concerned
6f the lime and place of hearing, said rxrculor
imri;i.i.-u iu puunsii a copy .oi tne record ot
this order thiec wcckn successivelv. In tlm
Vermont Phainix, as soon as may be.
n. iruu enny oi rccora.
10 Attest. ASA KEYES. Prok llrirf.
STATE OP VEKMONT.
District of Marltxiro. h.
At the Probate Court holden at Drattlelmro
within and for said district, on the laglSVed-
nesday of Oct., A. D. 1837 Present,
Hon. Asa Knioiit, Judge:
COMES Cyrus Washburn, Executor of the
last Will and Testament or JIPOLLVS
CLJ1PP. late of Vernon in said district, de
ceased, and moves for an extension or the time
heretofore limited him to render an account and
tnnke settlement or his administration under
said Will; Whereupon it is ordered that n
hearing be had in the premises before mid
court at a session thereof to bo holden at Drat
tleboro in said district, on the last Thursday or
November next; And for the purpose r noti
fying alUMtftjgied of the time and place of
hearing, eiflpkeutor is directed to publish a
copy or the record or this order three weeks
successively, in Ihe Vetmont Phcenix, as toun
as may be.
A true copy of record.
10 Attest, A. KEYES, Reg'r.
over the dying woman. In a few minutes clean ail kiwis of Woollen Clothing; also, and Mittens ; Childrens' Worsted. Lambs ; Battings, Waddings, Wick Trnrn, Cotton
she breathed her last, nnd her groans min- Ladies' Dresses, atihort notice. Wool nnd colored Hose; scarlet and blue, Thread, &c. &c.
gled with her daughter's shrieks, as they Brattleboro, Nov. 10, 1837. H rundum Ynin; Merinos. Highland, Vnlen- p tj n fi,
came at intervals from the mountains over 1 "T 1 7Z :tia. Silk and colored Shawls? fancy Hand- o1 . n . . , . . . . .
which the ravishers were carrying them ftp- Xannei'V for Sale, kerchiefs and Scarfs; rich Garniture. Satin. 2 bales BufTalo Robes (g6od and elteap) r 4
For three moths El Marico remained an idi- y hU I would V.ifeips hnd Taffeta Ribbons j bonnet Silk,. f - g ,gj
o. and during that time no tidings of his J on credit, with proper security, a ! Flowers, &c. &c. with many other articles Esenl do- 1
iciuiijuu iu turn uuuu iiuiiiiv uuu tiiuuvwuv i nnil wnicr nowcr. 1 lie ivnuiv i iii'Wt ai.ho h w -
i i inra
STATE OP VEBIVIONT.
District of Marlboro, ssi
At the Probate Court holden at Drattlelioro'
within and for said district, on the lost Weil-)
nesday of Oct,, A. D. 18S7 Present,
Hon. Asa Knight, Judge:
COME Martin Salt well and Sarah his wife,
heirs to the Entate or ABEL WHIT
NEY; late or Guilford in said district deceased ,
and move for a distribution of said estato
among the heirs; Whereupon it is ordered that"
a hearing be had in tho premises, beforo said,
court at aucssion thereof to bo holden.st tho,
Inn of Paul Chase, in Brattleboro aforesaid , nn
the last Thursday ofNovembcr next;. And for
the purpose of notifying aH conceru'etl of tha
time and place or hearing, the aDDlicants aie
directed to publish a copy of the record of thW
ortier, tnree weeks successively, in the Vermont
I'litcnir, as soon as may be.
A true copy of record.
10 Attest, A. KEYES, Rig'r. .
home; one only to die, the other to exist
just compleied at an expense of five thousand
dollars with about 0 acres ot Land
Tin. nbove offers a chance seldom occuring
I 1- . .. ... I ... -I. in n nnit trail,-
t-. T WT Kir a VUullu mull iu ciiiu.iia hi h I
ArrncTiNo and Fatal Incident.-We jj Ik , ie w of wtcr power
do not know that wo ever witnessed a cnlam-1 j location, and good buildings to at once
ity more touching thnnone which took place j Commence his work.
in this township on Wednesday last. Being J i?or terms alter viewing Ihe premises, cn
requestcd by the Overseer of the Poor to autre of
assist him in taking an examination of a wo- HENRV W. CLA11.
...i. i.-.i i:..j r i.i:.. -t,.: J firpi.nfinl.1. Nov. 11. 1837. H
Ulllll WlIU IIUU lllllirU lUI IUUIIU ,, y - ' '
As every tiling relating to tho melan
choly wreck of the Home will be read with
interest, and believing so, wo publish the
following letter from one of the survivors of
tnat disastrous scene" to his friends, a gentle
man of this city, who has kindly permittod
M to copy it.
Charleston, Oct. 2G, 18371.
Dear Friend, It may nfTord you a melan
choly pleasure to learn some of the particu
lars of the loss of the Home. The state
ments published in the papers of your city
re generally correct. The incidents con
nted with my deliverance from a watery
graveand the melancholy fate of our friends
will alone form tho subject of this commu
nication. As soon as the boat struck the
females were brought forwnrd my brother
paving charse. of Miss F. Levy, nnd were
toll) washed olf very shortly alter she was
jiacneu, the old ady and yima being un
my charge. I adhered to the strongest
part of the boat, between tho leeward wheel
Jndthc engine house, but tho force of tho
Tenets eoon rendered thnt. situation inse
cure a portion, of tho promenade deck
ov'tr our heads became detached, and threat
e"td instant death to those -below in s
"lament after, it fell, crushing many, and
panned me from mv com'pnnions'nnd re-
lucinme to the necessity of gaining tho
wheel, where I remained but a very short
time when I discovered Mrs. L. and her
daughter, who had ,at that time escaped the
general destruction. I extended my hand
'? her and succeeded in placing herself and
wughlcr. on the Sw'lieelf near where" 1 wds,
""I a moment after the sen washed me off
"id I lost sight of both those ladies forever.
ln fallincr from thn whrpl I eaucht at the
Paddles and found my hand tightly wedged!
octween one of the paddles and a poftion.of
le wheal which connected it. Hanging by
'"8 hand in this, situation I expected instant
l 1 11 momont aer lne wheel lercneu
'"'lie windward and 1 found mvsolf extri-
cated only to bp precipitated below, where
,my U'A foot was caught in a similar'manner;
oraer to support myself, I grasped nnoth
"paddle, the weight of mv body togethei
vli Ihe loose condition of the naddle. eoon
ca"scd it to becpuie detached from the. wheel,
na then I found myself in tho water. Not
bc,nS ble to swim, I became uwnrc that my
A number of well educated young men, by
calling on the subscriber, with good re-
acroinpnnicd him to the temporary nuoact -MTTr "krHT171W"rn
of the unfortunnto applicant. We found jl Jr .Liii X iVlJilJl X.
her nopeiessiy in, unuer me rooi oi u poor
but benevolent relative. She had seen bet
ter days, and had been twice married. Her commendations, can obtain a very lucrative
first husband died soon alter wedlock', leaving and ptrmantnt employment,
nn infant daughter who is now 7 or 8 years J. GREEN LEAF,
old, and bus been adopted into the family of Guilford, Nov. 16, 1837. fH
apaternal uncle. Her second husband na-' uonESa Mod asS0rtment.
mcd llogers, alter wasting wnai nine prop-i j-j --y-r
erty she possessed, removed her to Long Isl-j jjTtGE & DICKINSON.
and, where, lulling to procure a support, nu-
left her and wetitto Newark, nt which place -wTtUIl CAPS Mens' and BoysVFtir Caps,
she soon after, nnd bv his reauest ioined him.1 JT Collars, Buckskin Gloves and Mittens,
Hero the same poverty nnd, want which had for sale by
. 1 I r '
lontr embittered her connexion wnn nim,
continued to nfflict herself nnd family, until
she was finally forced by imperious necessity
to seek n subsistence elsewhere. Determin
ing, for the purpose, to revisit the home of
her childhood, sue worKeu a pnssugc ior
herself and children up the Morris Canal,
BIUGE & DICKINSON.
DRY GOQDS, a good assortment, at
low prices, for sale by
Nov. 16. BIRGE & DICKINSON.
WEST INDIA GOODS, a good assort
ment, for sale by
Nov. 16. BIRGE & DICKINSON.
as far as Stanhope, whence she procured a Tj l TSiiffoln TinlwG
conveyance to the house of one of her rela- 1 Jiale -UMtaiO XtOOeS,
lives, and nfterwnrds reached her present lo-j TUST received and for sale cbean, by
cation, when, she was prematurely seized O n.mt.'A2Ax
with the pains of labor, und abortion ensueo.
Sussex (N. Y.) Register.
Also, 2 Grovcr's (celebrated) Cooking Stoves,
nt a low rale.
Guilford, Green River, Nov. 14, 1837. 11
Revision of the Vetmont Laics. Gover- Brattleboro Engine Co. No. 1
norJenison, pursuant ton law of thp Leg- nnHE Members of Engine Co. No. 1, are
islature, has appointed Robert Piyrpoint of JL hereby warned to meet nt Bugbee's Inn
Rutland, Samuel Swift of Middiobury. John ' on TUESDAY, the 21st inst. at 6 o'clock,
a-.t. -re. ah. o vn.m.n Witli.imB nf 1. M. to transact such business as shall then
Dmliu oi oi. ;i uaiisi iiuHiiitu w. i - - -- . . , ,
Woodstock ud Lucius B. Peck of Montpel-, come before the meeting. A general n altend
k. committee, to make a revision of Vhe jested. By
OtnlUlO WW3 oi una oiuir.
Justices of the Peace fur Dumme.rston.
Jbhn F Stearns, Joseph Dix, David Benus,
I. N. Knapp. John Clark, Asa Knighti.Thoraas
Miller, Samuel Knight,, Asa Boydeo, Samuel
Miller, Enos Leonard, Joel Chandler, Asa
Brighton MarketMonday, NoV. 13, 1837.
(IWporled for tha D. Aertier it Patriot)
At market 2800 Deef Cattle, 1000 Store., 600 Sl.ccp
anrf 1400 Hwine. . ...
laiori-JJ- CattU-Unt wMkJ priees were
not .ut..inen. We quote elra! t 8 78, lir.t qua h y
SSaCEOj .eeond quality 8 25 a 6 75; third quality
BarrtMng CattlsThe. l arreller. refu.ed to pay
la.t WeeV. piice., aiid'yery few pureha.r. Were ro.l
In'lhe forenoon; we quote Men. 6 40 j No 1. QO', No
2 4 60.-
'stort$ Vearlingi $8a 10( two year old $15a20j
three year old 20 a 28.
. m fciToWit 1 W. 1 02, 1 88, V2 37, 2 52, and
slodu-tfel. to' peddletaKe at7 n'7 l':2 foVSowf.
i 8 a 8 1-2 fur Harrow.! u lot'old Ilarromal 73-p
At-rcUll, 6 nu v. " '
THE newly invented medicine, w'hich'Is
snid to be a certain cureTjr that dreadful
disease, the CONSUMPTION, as well as
many other disorders of the qman system,
tinmi nnrivnlled iii nonularnv bv anv medi
cine in the world. It is unlike agy o(her med
icine Known, peiag tn ns qpcruijuo uui m -
least degree physical, put exercising a saiui.uy
influence over the whole system. For sale by
BrattIebpro,Nov. 16, 1837.
mHE Annual EXHIBITION of Chester
JL field Academy will take place on Tiivna-
day, the 23d instant. wpy, id, ioj.
QAA GALS, Winter. and spring strained
Ovi" Snerm, Oilwarranted pure, for sale
by ' WILLISTON &. TVLEIL,
A I.ARGi: AND 8ILE.S'DID ASSpRTM KNT OF
Crockery, .China, nnd
All of which will be sold as low ns can
be purchased elsewhere cither for cash or
most kinds of produce.
Buttleboro, Nov. 8, 1837, 10
THE subscriber would .inform .tho Pub
lic, that he carrries on business at the
Old Stand, near the Creek Bridgo in this
Village, where all work entrusted to his
care, shall be done in a faithful and work
manlike manner, and on reasonable terms.
New laid, and, ground fit for use, nnd War
ranted,, and nlso, Broad Axes, Adzes and all
made and Warranted equal to nny in the
country. JOHN S. SARGENT,
Battleboro, Nov. 8, 1837. 10
WE the subscribers, being appointed bv the
Hon. Probate Court for tha District of
Marlboro, Commissioners to receive, examine
aud 'ndjust all claims and demands of all porsons
against tne instate oi
late of Halifax in said district, deceased, renre
vented insolvent, and also all claims and de
mands exhibited in ollset thereto; nnd six
months from the 20th day of September last
bcinp; allowed by said Court for that purpose,
weherefore give notice that we will attend to
tho business ot our appointment at the dwelling
house of tho Widow Abigail Datber, in said
Halifax, on the last Monday of November in
stant and February next, Irom 10 o'clock A. M.
until 4 V. M. on each of said davs.
SJ1NFOUD PLU.MD, )
J1DEL SCOTT, jCom'rs.
JAMES TUCKEU,Zd )
Halifax, Nov. 3 1837. .10
In exchange for Goods, 1500 lbs WOOL:
also, Flannels, Stockings, and moat kinds of
Fnyctteville, Nov. G, 1837. GW10
FOUR crates Crockery, Glass and Chi
nn Ware, making a complete assort
ment. Gilt nnd Mahogany frame LOOKING
GLASSES, full assortment.
3 dozen 'I'ka WAiTEns; Block-tin and
Britlannia Tea. Pots; Bhass Andirons;
Brass headed do.: do. Shovels nnd Tongs;
Brass Candle Stnika; Snuffeis and Trays.
A full nssortment of KNI VES and FORKS.
Carvers and Steels; Silver Tea Spoons;
plated Tea and Tuble Spoons.
Mill, hand, back, and wood SAWS ; wood
saw Fiiamks; with a general ussoitmen,of
small HARD WARE.
Fire ! Fire ! Fire !
THE BRATTLEBORO FIRE SOCIE
TY will hold their annual meeting on
TUESDAY, the 21st instant, at Col. Chase's
Hotel, at six o'clock. P. M., for1 the choice of
officers, and to act on such other business as
may come before them. "'
The members of said Society will recollect
that they are liable to a penalty for neglecting
to attend. It is honed that not holy the mem
bers, but such of (Air citizens as have not yet
enrolled themselves will attend, and Unite With
Us in such measures as maybe thought best for
our protection against fire.
Having neglected all duty of this sdrt for 'he'
past year, let us now come forward for the ex
ecution of duuble duties if required of us.
iiy order oi tuc v aruens.
uraittcboro, 14th Nov.. 1B37.; '
Groceries Ifcavy Goods, A'c.
10 chests prime Tea, nt lowest prices.
2 bags Coffee.
A boxes Loaf Sugar! 1 hhd brown do,
2 hhds Molasses.
A casks Raisins. 10 boxes do.
Spices, Chocolute. Starch, .
Best Mnccaboy Snuff!- Scoich do.
Best Cavendish, square' hand and junk
TOBAQCO'. ' Paper do. "
10 tierces T. I. nnd Rock Salt. . .
15 bags fino ido.'
4 bbls Winter Strqincd Oil,
2 " Linseed do.
1 cask While Lend. Red do. Venelinn
Red. French Yellow. Chrome do. Do.
Moots und Shoe 8,
3, cases Cowhide Boots. ' ',
. 4 dozen pairs Men's Cowhide
Boys' and Children's Leather'
WfimenV ' dp. u
' '.V ..! ! l -tlc r.: -;i "M
Mfimemfii a, van rumps,., ii ,.. i, ,.
'3 dozen pairs Indin- Rubbers. n
Ladies Morocco & Kid Wnlking Shoes,
Do. do ' do.' .Slippers.!,,!
Do. ' Gaiter Boots.
.Misses Kid Slippers, by the dozen or sin
India Rubber Over" Shoes:'
ONE hundred pairs, ol very superior
quality, jiist itceivcd and for sale by
Iroiii JHil8 mul" Glass.
O I f I l!-l. ?' r (1 '
nsyeuv.' xuiiglisu Hon,,
Swedes, German Cast nnd Am
, , , Steel. Nails, nil 6izcs,
Ilorso Nail Rods. Spike do. .
tiano una Hoop Iron.
Forsjilebv ' i I
STATJS OP VERMONT.
Marlboro District', ss.
At the Probate Coutt holden at Brattlrboro
within aad for said district, on the last Wed
nesday of Oct., A. D. 1837 Present
Hon. Asa Knioiit, Judge:
COMES Levi Stoddard, an heir to the Es
tate of JONATHAN STODDARD,
late of Brattleboro aforesaid, deceased, and rep
resents that by the decease of Rhoba Stod
D.tnp the W idow of said Jonathan, the re
version of her dower, consisting of about
twenty-six acres of land in said Brattleboro, te
mains to be divided among the heirs; And the
said Levi further represents, that said real es
tate cannot be divided without great prejudicu
to the whole, and prays the said coutt to decree
the whole of said real estate to him he being
the eldest son, by his paying the co-heirs their
proportionable shares of the true value thereof,
according to the statute in such case made ami
Is" is ordered by the court that tho said appli-
pnlinn I, ..,.. 1 r...Ct,.. r.l . '. . , ' V ...
u. iivuiu uviuic Bmu ixjuri in a HC5blull
thereof to be holden at tho Inn of Paul Chase,
in Brattleboro aforesaid, on the last Thursday
ofNovembcr next; and it is further ordered
that the heirs and all concerned, be notified, of
the time and place of .hearing, by publishing
the aforesaid petition, with this, prder, three
weeks successively, pi the Vermoni Phcenix,
as soon aa may be.
By ortier of court.
1 Attest, A. KEYES, Reg'r.
STATE OP VERMONT.
Marlboro District, At the Probate Coujt
hojdcn at Brattleboro within and for said dis
trict, on the last Wedaesday of Oct. A. D.
1837 Present. Hon. Asa Knight, Judge :
COMES Elliubelh Martin, Adininintratrix of llm
Etaleof ENOS MAUTIN, Ute-of Halifax in mill
dilricl, decca,e(l,.Mnil-,i"Kgeil tliul llie pcr.onal -tale
of .aid di-cen.ril in nut vudicteiit to pay his debt,
by tho um of tin hmiilred dull.ira; ;nnd th.it a part of
llie real ottale vf a. lid dccedfeil cannot be oliithmit
injury 'to tlione Int.rotcd in llm remainder, praing fur
licenxo to sell tho ulmlo of thn real eitiite for ihe nur-
, -r i.i . . .. . ...
ini.auiurc.niu, iwueieupun.il ll prncrril mt n hear-
I.IH lln.l ! Ik l.n.nl.ua ... .. .abI... Ar..!J .
ingviniuininiiiiisir.iiiixitairrcirillopuljli.il a cop
nfi ibe record uf lhi order, thrco rcl(f itcccfiu-h,
in thVcrmimt t'hopiilx, poun may bct
A true copy of iccurd.
10 Atlct. A. KEYES. HtgV
STATE OP VERMONT.
Dletrict of Westminster, ss.
At the Probate Court holden at the Office of
the Judge, in Grafton in said district, on the
second day ol November, A, D. 1837-
Oft. 25, 11337, (8) . BLAKE. fc CO. FayetleviHe,, Nov. 6, 1837,
Present. Hon. David L. Potkam. Judo-e:
AN Instrument, purporting to bo the Inst
Will and Testament of EBENEZER
SMITH, tbiof JLotidonderry'in snid district,
deceased, being presented to the court by. Lu
ther' Stowcl, the Executor, therein nairied, for
Probate: It is ordered by the court that all
persons concerned therein be notified to appear",
at the Trtbate-;Court forisaid district, t'p bo
hnlrlin nt thn Inn nf Phnrlp.q DiVlrln-nn :
. A . Rockingham III said district, on the last Wed
blistercd -nesday of December next, to contest the PrrV
bate of said Instrument, or shew cause if any
Wifhey have, why the same should not be" ap
.t'jiroved. And for that niimnRo It ;a rrth.. -V
2 jarge Box Stoves. 4 small Parlor do. tered..,1l?ll.t n copy of the record of this ord.er
A.fow'Rotury and common Cook Stove V'fe iikj weeks succeMvely, com
6'by.8 and y7 by 6 Window Glass. ' irASi
n the county of Windham.
A true cony of record
6wl0,f 6wl0 Atteit, JAMES CRAWFORD, Rrtj,