Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, December 1, 1837, Page 1

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated December 1, 1837 Page 1
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NOT Til K J I. O It V O F C At S A It : 11 1! T T II U W K I. F A HE O F It O M K. -mammimmmmw&M&nmwjrJTiiiwirKmKrrczKi9m mhii bimiii n nrw rn iTmm-m-m mm m w 1 i. n mi - r iji...., u i i i i... . i . i mn .i ... j.nw h iiuiui ,mhjhhiii ipi.i jipi a. hlp.jp ju bli l w . ,f BMMpF BY STACY. FRIBAY, D250B5MB3TraS5, 1, 1837. VOL. XTNo. 545 FIIHH 1MIFSS OF PICK ltiirlin?iip, Nov. SC. Canada engagement between The loyalists and patriots 16 killed and wounded ! By l lu Si in rn Hunt Franklin, which ar rived nt 9 o'clock ibis morning. w lonrn tlinl nn engagement Ii n taken place be t ween 200 nf the British regulars and tlm Canadians nl Si Dennis, in which tin' In' Ipr wore successful. The loyalists lo' 10, killed nnil wounded, nml two bras, .pieces. Can'. Mnleotn is reported a 'mortally wounded. Tlio patriot loss waj iit known. It appears that the patriots have made n stand nt Si Charles, abom "0 tnie? below Montrnnl, nml ore repairing nn old French fori. Tli';,' 'i(iiii!"".r 'fs'ated m two Mi oh- IH'I r mr(,. ,rrt, .-.n.-l. Bil'l rVll.-.ie.l. Til Eight ''""'' P"'r'"' "a W!ilfl"srhy deMCntlM'' !'' hun.ir-.'d -eiMi'iars mid !' It r t; Inr- Ireil vn'n,.1 leer" I'-'fl Montreal with the intention 'nf bronkiPC lip'!"" post. Timy Imd-il on Thursday. Hid bad taken tip their Inn' o' rmuch for S. Charles. T.io "'!vr,nc gusrd. consjsiiorr 00 regular- had pro cee.Ied ns C.r ns H... .'""'" v'!l"" ' '"'-v worn tU .ck.x! hv the Ci;''' -""1 P'l'"'"'!" and after n severe eng leoiiioiit, d'.'on back, with tin- ln-s nli v -1'i'i'd. On Thur-dav nig1'' " Seam 15 ?' arrived nl Montreal, bringing lin- bodies of I lip, plain, whoun new detachment eiin-it nig till! cnliro regular force in the oily was nn nindinlply despa'chod d iwn 1 1 fiver. Tin' j next burn will undoubio'l'y bring iw fiuilipr and innrp dccisivi! p: r iimiIsi r-, wbi Ii sliall piil)li"li in nnoiln.T Iinl'ptin- AU-ppih-In ib'pctxl on iIip ri-Mili nf lliif expi'diii n, B8 ll;p i-ntirij rrrnlur forro ofllii! ifovum men! i wjngrd in it. The idnMi Uhvc foundry nl St. Clnulep, mid sro m'inir ini'ir own cniinioi. R('inrt fty llint tlio patriot furce nl Si. Clisiles i uiidiT the cnnmaiul nl'iw.i FriMirli Officer1' of di'mi;t ion. I m mini under lionnrnrie. Of i In, however. Uf Imvn no ntitliPii'in inl' ruini urn, jjj. Po-iciuit. G ii'nl ick. p ,M The Winoiwki ha-ju' nrnvi'd from S'. John, '.ii'it liriHL" " hire drm-ivo Tin- slHick on Si l'lmile ' In hive been ftiidc nil Snlnnlnv onrnin; ; bill on In llo- )onr of b"iiV Icnvmi! Si. .Inline B tlin ninrninc tvithinc kinwn n- to! hi- re mit, tir vh"ilicr n ir.'tteril pnu'tTetnent liod nctnally taken plnrn Tin- pit ''ml fure" is now rpperied to hf 15000 tb"ir Ins- n' S'. Dennif. 50 kilb-rl. Fiom ibe CIcm I.iiiiI (Oliin) Diily Adieiuscr. a .. :..i,i.. i Iii,r ln'elv r.mi to j'.1 '(r'W. nl.ro iti tbi- ei'v. whieh '.'" t - verity 'b-cnm-cnicr r W "inn-!;. S ...n- .'..y Finne n .rMiilenmn iirrivd in U- vid un! in pursuit 7.fn fo'jinve drb'nr and luivinjr liPro learned Mini b- i mia a v i-nbl P'ol. riblv b" reiind in D-lioti wni in i nr-nu fifliini m Hun nine.'. Hp Miito .!imm d Ibeoife.i ofbi'-i -earrh. am! with linn n very b'ennM'u! and int iti"- 'Ml.' vunjl male, who wa- livinir w"h li'in af hi- wire. Km. win? I bn h- bad a w.i'- r--ulno' m Mm ea.'nnr frii'tid wa-i miiih-wIiiiI -nrprin d nl ib'w tipw rtcpepsinn i Mie i'..iiip-iii: nreb1 tif the fiiMtiVf, and Klill more mi l'0 fhe n'iued h'nn. in a ninener Hm Hiince nml iiHineenl In lenvi- ronin rur n dnilb' . I Inn -he bud loan legally married in the pnron with whom t-lie was I'liund. Not l-niihhnf hiuifelf. Imwevnr. nl the linir. wiih an in nnirv illln llietnnll"'. I be eredllnr nrrefied Ii'ip debtor, and hrniiL'hl liim m ibis eitv where he wa b di;ed in jail. IIiM e'r ill" lndv fnllowiMl liiiu. imkI Ii'iti! iho. eiieuni Gtancos were dis'clnped, which liaviMlmiined a pure yniiiiir nrealure in a IcoUcn Innr' nml will probably terminate in In-r ea.lv denlb. or n life more lionibh; Mian the "rave. From i he informal i n wo have rneeiveil nnil It i fiirnifbed n on utueio innanip .milhorilv. it appearH that M. A. J. tin lady of whom wn have Hpoken. wa- nn in. male of n bnardinc fcIiooI. at Lewi. inn N. Y..wberi! fhe became acquainted with the mini to whuin bhc wa? nCierwnrds mar ricd. She wan nn orphan, and it it.aul inherit nl n !are fortuno. which wa noder lin en re of mi uncle, hnr iriiardinn. Delicately bred, and icnnrnnl nf the world, it i- not n cause nf wonder, that her reeliu were K'rninrlv linclurei) with nuiUiiice. She wa- yniins. too. only Hixleeri. anil in addition In exlrnordiimrv bennlv, poesesfcd of evory nr.nmnlishiiieiit of intellect mid education M'i,n uilln'm who deluded Iipt wns introduced I,nr rebllivei !! II fj I'lll b'lllll II llf 8l nilllill mid r'pppeclnbili V. mid by hi personal gni MC n.wtrniiBnmmnlotne.l, win well calcuhi led to winihonfi' e.iinnpof an iiiexperienced biiiI imailBllprlinil buHOOI. Unable to nccoiiipliih bis object by nny mi,r ninnnc. Im Drnnepei inarnae. am nontrnry to the earnoi-t reiiioiislrancef of her uncle nml friends, slro likened In hi? nn reaiiep. nml finally nloped with tlio fn cinntinc pirniiKer. to whom nlm wns rnnr lied in'belrnii. Il wbh nnt until her nrri vol in this city thai she discovered the fulnl pecrrl of her husband'H fnriner mnrrin' p. Tlio pcrfnn who rrnvo Iwr the infonnnlioii iinioc Mmi Im never beheld o' tiioro lieart- rcndini' fccno. The convtoion ilmt ehehnd hern duped by htm upmi wb m i h had phi. ceil her henrtV rieh-i nlT.'etion--, ,viih wiiuoi bui n tnouienl before ln hud expreti ed her ivilliiifjiin.i to die in a prison, In L'eiber with the Ibnnjrhi that hhi) wim imi Iiih wife, pnidiippcl mi nlteriiatrj Hlrurjrlr bei ween pride mid Invn. Mich a ran only lie underplnnd by hn wn have learned if 4 horror-i by experience. Nature, ever kind to Ms lend 'reJl II iwer, left All,-' .1, Inu.r in -enuible In her 1'ito. Alliilin r. mid ppilinp little hi'ler li llliel inn. win m reierve. Tim unorinnipleil vilhnti bad ctfcu'aled far nml wide. n repirl Hint they bad never Iveii nrirned. and Mni s-bn wn nnly one of I lie niiny, wb we love he h:i, w.ill Willi .nil the eeremnuy nl" leenl uii".u. Tun 'tory loo readied her ears mid the ennvie.. Mm ofiNiruih m.ivp nutlirr mid deeper pan In her wnundei! spirit. V ir linn t-lic had 'jiven up all Ibe Imme nl' lnr faMier-j the n--4,ipr;i-,.4 f ,r niiilt) lio.ifl. Mie friettiU -aii Invd and Imw had Mm wenl h n" hr liearf p.,.,i repaid? fie. I r wb in nl' bad It-en -nc"(ic il. d-iennin ed "U 'I -'ill I'nlfV.r Micr fiee of her otllv '.mni, liiij ir. ls'iie her i.nii l nniiie; and bv a p iilu! on 1 in iIicmo- Ci'-i lemd. -.idea yofed In ('.ninnle'e the rum liu nrM nml I '...duet linil .l,.ii....l III .".lie i'caii' line, the mil Imr of her mir row and dise'race. havninr prucurcd bis lib eraiinii from pn'ioii. ha'-C""" we know nn! win' her. and -ciiped for nO'ltile Hie con K-eqneiifps of his olfrfnep. iJiiM Ir'nu'li the 'aw. lardy and utterly impotent as n is in minor-' of I liw kind, may be iuelTeelual to led Rt iipnn siic'l a honijr the iiinihment in- criiu-s demand. Miere is nr. avenger in his own enn-.cierice. if there one spark nl hoiiiainiv yet lefi. winch sooner or later mii-l award lion a retribution more fearful Hia'i nny human tribunal can dispense. JWi.. J. contrary In die orders of Iter n'ly.-iciin. H'ho crm-iilored her removal, in Mie pre.f.ni s'a'cof lip r health, hazardous, ho - returned lo h,.r homo in Cunada. Poor irirl ! if fvoipitbv can heal the wouiiil--"I l lie spirir, tin i.'one.-i neari win refti-'o iter the balm of its pily mid compns. linujg of TJc mout. 1G. An rl, in lejttl.oc die inprpinii nf prnvis. inn iiiti'inleil In hi' exported from lltii. Slate. It h hereby cnwtctl &?c. Pli'ii nil beef, winch Mie Iii-pec'nr-Oeneral or his depu i ies shall, on exaimoni too. find to have been killed iit n proper nee, and In bo hit, and mherwisp irnod nod iiiprcliaiilnble. 'hull he divided in'o live dilF-rent norts.for packai;.' liiin iiere.e-.. barrels, or half barrels, in he iletiom toiled and branded, respectively. ,Mct .'Vni'... ,!teit Number One Prime and Cargn M- s. .( f-lcill potii-l-t of the chiel pi-i:es of n.veii or ieer-, well failed ninl 'Veinlnn -'V ll'ind-i d linoii Is i, n I OOWIird- I lliesl'ili . 1 1 i t ' t) . r olo 'I 'in. I e.ii !.!. I unli .iTil n-ond- nfilip oerk -hall ! tsk."i neli lor- quarter, nml III" Imj. i(i. rind trnin the hnid qonrierh,- noil neli imn ueree. liH'rel noil hah hirrel corn beef of iIik de-pr ion shall br- h-niul-d no one ( the llPhlls. ."''S5 li rf. N lVV III.'-' href -hall enosiel nl the chnlce piee s i.i f.v-ii. ciicrc, o.iw and heifers. eielinv oik hundred pound- fir mure, mid In nver aire fiv" hondr-d and fi'.'v pound-'; Mie thin. -IimiIiI-t. cloii nml e-ek shall he Uiken from i lie I'l'e-qoa-.er-. nod Mielejr-mid ! u rend 1 V . 1 1 , Hi,, li nd-qmir!. rs. the be-l o In: cm into pi-p". nf .i- in a ' '' ehi imn ms .neli, t.,s-i)l... nml b aud.'d. .V.ivj ,lev iii"""!" Ooe heel ball run-is! fi elimc" piei" iriih .Veil fi.op.s en v. inn lienor., n n in. hiniilreii U 'linds weiifht . iiii.l i" fiv hnnlred I I weir v p uniil- wi'hnii' any -hank-', and wiih not w I 'Mi I more i him ' (ioe-0 nirle I'MlinN nf 'h liepk nl e'lell On oil" head nl each "ere . barrel. or hall'-b'irrel e.nniiiioiii.r b"' f "i Mil Ciip'i.'n. 'linn ne urniimo Jin i P mi" beef -hall CHisl-l nl la! eailleol nil depcripnon- not b"foie niein loneil (bolls ex C'pted) wiMi o"t innreili'iu ba fa neck ami two -haniis mid wiMmin any li-ck-.; eaeh l, re., hnrrel ntlll bllP ll.Tr.l ol I Ml' I Ills il. -cnpiion shut) be branded Prime. Oar n . li efr-hnll eon-. hi ..fiho-e piec- of be." wli'cb nro exelud' d from ui"-s. n.ivy oie-s. uiiinber one. mid prune, nlinye ui' tii miied. (nnl inelndiiifr henrls nor cheek pi (!-.) nml shall be tiacked and iiwo-cied by iho inspector eeuerr.l. or Ills deputies. Ill Mie .nine niMiner as Nn. 1 or Prime, and -ball he Ina nih il Curun ; first tnkinir from said pieces excluded as nl'ore-aid. namely from III" end nf Mie neck not 'ess Mian four pounds nor more Mian six pounds, and from ihe hiink ami slim o' each quarter ii"' h'-s llian four poinds nor umre Mine iiehl P' tiniU. which piece-thus iiik-u elT -nal' I he i xp r'ed from Mil-' Stale. Si:c. 'i Aov law me iti'isii iii wiMi the prnvi-ioii" ot I 'tis uri is nerenv repeiueii. Si-.o 3. This i,c. rhaU lali" i II ci anil lie in force from nml after in piissaee. Approved. Oe' 30. 11137 17 An act ipl.ilin In I'eillnm. II i heriln rii'irlcil by the. General Ai srmlily nf Ihe State nf 'rrtnunl. That the aci inlil'iil "nn net in aililitiun lo and amendinenl ol 'no art em pled nn act lay- inir duties on Itcens-'s to hawkers and ped lars,'" pa-?ed November seventh, nne thousand mbt hundred and llnriy Mirci' shall nnl be so Ciiiislrur.il a- to require any resilient citizen ol till" slate to procure license for peillins American manufactured (roods ol any lurid. Approved Oct '20, 1037. to, An Acl rppp.ilni" nn uri fnlllllli'd "an nr.l to preserve fish in YVilluugliiiy Lake." It in hereby enacted, &,-r That the net mill! let "nn net In preserve fi-h in Wil loughby Lake." pasned iho seennd day Nuveuiber. nm! thoit-aiul eight hundred and thirty five, lie, and thu soma is huruby re- pon led. Apprnvcil, Oct. 27, 11)37 10, An Act repealing an not therein meiiiiimrd. It m hereby enacted ifc.. That nn act passed November sixMt, one thousand eight I iiundrcd nnd thirty. four, entitled "an net 'o nri'-erve fish in Berlin puiid," bo, nnd the saui'' hereby s repeiiled. Appri ved. Out. 27. III37. 20. An Act lo lepi'.il nn net therein iiiPiiliaticd. m herein rnrtctrd Syc, That an act entitled an act in preserve fHi'tri the wa lers in Mm town nf Wtllianisiowu. enmity nfOrnnee,'' pns,spi Nuveuiber leuMi. nne thuituand eielii hundred ami Miirl y-fivi, be, and the j-nine i-. hereby repealed. Apiiriiv .il. Oct. '27. Ifl.17. 21. Au An, conhb.-luiiff the VU of this Stain, '1.1. m hnreh'i rwvird S(c. That frum and llloir iGspooiivc courts whoso appoint- " ''"-. a'ter tl... p,..-iir r.hu act. ihefi.i.r nfihisimont shall bo tnado in the same mannerlllG wl,olc' fo1' tl,G P"rposo of dciraying S'liieinihinee,, -inpe--. nlieruaie red mid and under the same restriction?, in tlio expenses of government and paying w'oie. in ,i 1,1,1,. field, with the com ofnruis respectx who shall have the same ow-ini)l"'nl)r'utiolls l,ial aru or Ilcrcaflcr ma' ..rc-i.)n ..nr... i.... I .. . ' ' ' . l.n ..... .In ". "'.'. ". viTinooi i.oi. Si:c. Il r? hrrehi further enur ed. Thai ihe acl eniitleil "nn act estnbh-lunir Mie fl iff of I he iinliiia of I his State," pissed October 3lsi, f!03 be, nnd the name is herein' repea led Approved. Oct. Q0. 1037. 22, An Ap"i ia ii-lillnn lo the (Irai.d List V i Iteribij rnnrle' &;c Tha' from and afie-Mie pas. tiirr nf Mns ncl. Ibe cotnmil. ipo prnvileil lor in the eielileenl II seel loll nf an npI eiiM led "ail acl ii-cerlalulli!.' the lirineiili.s .in which the II"! of Ibis i-tale sha'l he made, mid d recMiiL' li-'ors in lluvr nfiico nnd doty." shall be appointed by the Ilnusp nf Reprpsentnliv P. to jol'l a cnin- iintlee of one Senator from each coii.'ity, lo be npnnimed hv the Senate. Anprnved. Oct 10. 1037. 23. An Art in trillion lo the Pnnr. i' hrreby en tied. SfC. Thai nny miin hero' inwii- to Mns -into may, by n vote of such towns, passed nt nnvaiinnal ineel- irirr. or nl n specml ineeiiurr called fur tlinl purpose unite for the purpose of support Ihe pnnr of uch loivu, or such part thereof ns mav he deemed hv such towns prrper subjects to be supported nt a poor hnnse. Sr.c 2. Raeh of said tnwue shall annti- ally appoint a sn-ipriniendetit of the poor. and Mie -uneriiiii.nii-ns o appointed shall be n cnrporntion by Mie until" nf Ihe Super inlendenl.s nf I be Poor ol Mie lowps for which t liny shall In' appointed, and shall I,..-p-c flip uspnl powers nf a eorpornt ion lor pnhliC purposes. iiiev sliall nine' annuai-'v at ibtj poor house, hiiiI iniiil they have n pni.r house, nl some oilier place nereed upon by a mnj'iri'y o' lite super intendenis. nnd nt such other times nnd places as liny sliall think expedient, iwn Ihirds nf whn'm -hal' be necessary to form a quorum lo transiicl busine-s. They shall nave t he -iiiieripietideiice nod care nf al poor, idle and di-nrderly persnps plneed in i It" oonr hoti-'e ol said towns nnd sha'! have power lo depule what persons are nropei snlijepis to he placed and suiip irted i -aid poor house; nnd i' shall he Mieir o' v. 1 M'.i pnroba-e nl I he expen-e of -aid towns, -upli real estnte n- mn v oe oee---ii ry for toe .npp ri nnd maioi eiri oee of -uc ii inr, and lo pmviile a -iiiiahle li. o.e or hnises fir Moor neeooioilii mo. ami on i' uit'li house or hoo-e' can be o'lier'Vi liroviiled. In rent a leiieuipul or leneilieill atld 'nnd not eve edioe Miree liuudre.i acres, nnd cause such pour of -mil Inwu i'i he inainfnoud m -och plices, 0 To e-i-iblish an'! ordijlii pr u l-'il in 1 ml-s. reiriilatinns nnd bv br-v- for the eov eromeni and jr. mil order of -cell poor bnuse hi places so provided, and fnr the miipliivinen!. relief. in'innei;inen nod rnv erniiien' of f if" persons therein placed 3 To employ sui'able per-nns m b keepers nf such hnn-es, places and l' ,,..(. siv ofJieers mid s-rvin's. and to ve-t such oowers in i In-ill for lb" rnvermneiii nl sn.-h h mi'".' a -''al1 he n 'e - arv. res-ivin-.' io ihe nnnp"rs nod 'Iher ivr-oiis vhu miv be nlnceil o-ider Mie cue nf -neli k-ep-r-Ihe ri.rhl of iinpeal 'o Mie -opei lu'eiiil-m s. 4. Tn purchase Ihe 'urui'ure, iinpl. inenls and urilerni's I lint hull b" neees.arv from linn-lo ittpe for the maintenance nl the iinur in -aid houses, and for their em ulovinent in labor, or manufacture-, and to -ell nnd dispose nl the prneeeds of such labor ns I hey -hall deem expedient. .1. 'I'n assess np 111" lis!- of the pulls mid 1 1,. raieahh- estate nf the inhabnniits nf -Bid towns such rates or axes ns Miey -tin 0 from lime to innedeem ncc"---arv In defrav I he expenses of purcliaiiiLr such real es nle, erepiiuir Min pecessnry Innhlin'' and o nav nil llm exnenseH of supiiuriiuir such p inr.'which rn'os. or taxes shall becnllec'ed liy Mie severable constables, nf said towns to the Mime manner n-' tnwn rates or in.- nre hy liw cn'lec'.'d. nod bv them paid lo iho trea-urer nf said corporation, who is I a bo appo it'ed by -aid Mtperiuteud etiU Sr.c 3 The im r houses eslab'tsh' e n recall I y to I be provisions of i liis nei . sbal' be work Ionises mid Imnsrs of eorrecl nm in which in nniifine nnd se lo work varnui nnd idle and di'nrderlv persons. Apprnv- ll. Ocl 31 11137. 21. An Aim, fir iPiiiil.iilna die lie ilnienl nf ininnii' PlliplilM'll ill IIMIIIlf.ll'llll ill fplldllirllllll'llls. It i lierihi) i-wittrd. Tint it i-hilM be the duly of the seb'citnen ami overseers of tlii' poor wilhiti Mieir respective tnwti ii, this stnle, in examine into Mi" ireniineni nnd condition of nnv minor eniployed in any manufacturing establishment in their resprcttve lowns; nnd. it in their opinion iho eilurniion. murals, health, food or clothing of such minor is unreasonably neirtei'ied orlhal such niuinr is Irenied

wiih impoper severity or alni-e. or is cum pellcd to labor nt unseasonable hours or limes, or in nu unreasnnable manner; i' shall be the duly nf such selecnuen and nversoers nf the pnnr to adinoni-h th-wo having the charge or oversight ol siteh minor; nnd may at any lime, wnn tin ntlvicn nf n ins' ice nf the pence of such town, take mid hind mil such minor lo sunn s. ...... .. ' . . , " ....i.i.. . ....i,. r., nti,,, , Z, r , , ,. at which Mich niinor shall arrive at full ngg. J'rnviilrd, Tlinl Mich solccluicu or nvur seers nl ilte poor shall in no case hind out such minor who has. nt the. tunc a lugnl guardian, Anproved, Oct. 31, 1037. 'J6. An Act, uutlinrisinir the appoint maul nf deputy clerks in tlio supreme tuid county courts. It is hereby enacted fyc. The jiidires of tlio several county courts in this statu shall have power in llioit dis- .crution, lo appoint one deputy clc of '. J . nt - S. If sll neef lo fin oi t,wv ,l,,i ;-, ,.. liabilities, and receive the same compen sation for his services, which are now prescribed and provided by law touching iho nppoinmcnt, powers, duties, liabilities and comppensation of clerks of the county courts. Provided, That such deputy clerk sliall not be restricted from practisini: as an attorney belore any colli t in this state. Provided alio, That such deputy clerk shall not be entitled to receive any com pensation for his official services, except such as. arc rendered or performed by him during the sickness or absence of the clerk or when a vacancy shall exist in the office of clerk of such court. f Approved, Ocl. 31, 1U37. 2G. Ax Act, in relation to a Portrait of Washington. Il is hereby enacted iSfc. That the Secretary of State bo authori sed to purchase; for .'lie use of this, state the full-lotitrlh porlraitof President Wash ington, now oH'orod by Mr. Gassner, provided that lie can purchase iho same at a price mil exceeding three hundred dollars. And the State Treasurer is hereby authorised to pay said money to tins Secretary out of any moneys riiiihe treasury nut otherwise appropiiated. Approved Oct. 31, 1G37. 27. Ax Act, in relative to Highways. It is hereby enacted That the selectmen of any town in this state may, when in their opinion tin; pub lic good requires il, set the annual liiirh w.iy tax oi any part theieof. of any inhab itant of such town, in any hiulnvay district in such town, whether such inhabitant j reside in such district in- no. Provided, Tint when the tax of any such inhabitant sliall be set in any other district III in Mil: imu in uliiUi lie icMdos, he nny pay to the highway surveyor of sorb district, in money, two-thirds of such tax so set to him in anv district in which he does not reside in lien of the wi.'ole amount in hhnr. to he laid out by such survevor in tepaiiing road, and bridges. And tin; scvoial highway sur veyors of any town in this state sliall have the same p iwer, and iio governed by the same rules and regulations in c.ollectin such taxes, as is by law given them for the collection of taxes of the inhabitants of the districts in which they severally reside. f Approved Nov. 1, IC.17. 2i5. An Aor, concerning the Vermont Asylum for the Insane. Il is hereby enacted ic. Tint the Tre.isuier of this slate is direc ted to pay the Trustees of the Vermont Asylum for the Insane, the sum of four thousand dollars, out of anv monies in the treasury not olherwise appropiiated, for the purpose of erecting another building for the Asylum, payable on the first day o( Apr'l next' Provided, In future admissions to the benefits of said Asylum, a preference shall be given to resident citizens of this state. Asproved, Nov. 1, 1B.T7. -9. --An Acl, assessing a tax for the support of Ciovorinnent. It is hereby enacted, &c. That tlior'e be, am! hereby is assessed a tax of three cents on the dollar on tlio list of the polls nml roionhlo ostato of tlio in habitants of thw state, lor tlio year one thousand eight hundred mid thirty-seven, Ilioiisanu oigiii uiuiiiieu "nil uiiny-suveii, lo be p ud into the trea-urer of this slate; by the first day of Juno, next, in money , I ciutilie.ales or' notes issued by the auditor j of accounts, oivprders drawn by or under the direction of tlio supremo or county com Is. Approved, Nov. 1, 1037. 30. An Act, making appropriations for the. suppoit of Government. is hereby enacted Sic, Sr.cTioN 1. Tlio sum of forty-fivo thousand dollars is hereby appropiiated for thu purpose if paying tlio debentures of the Lieutenant uovornor, tno senate aim the contingent expenses thereof, and for the debentures ol the House ot Kepresen tatives and thu contingent expenses there of, including the debenture of tlio auditor of accounts, ami such sums as aro direct ed by special acts of the legislature to he paid from iho treasury. Sr.c. 2. A sum not exceeding thirty thousand dollars is hereby appropiated for tlio purpose of paying such demands n painst tlio slato as may bo drawn by the su- iii-eino and county courts S,:c.5. A sun, not exceeding three thousand five hundred dollars is hereby np- propnatcd for the purpose of completing tlio Stale House and improvinn the ground around tlio same, to lie paid to, and cx ponded by the Superintendent of the State House. Approved, Nov. 1, 1037. 31. An Act, nutlinrisinir the Treasurer to borrow tlio sum therein mentioned. It is hcrcly enacted $'c. That the Treasurer of this slato be, and lie is hereby nutlioriscd to bony the sum ,,nl nvnnn,l;,, ll,!,l,. ,1.n,.nn,t ,ln11n in u uu. Approved, Oct. 31, 1037. Solomon Walker & Co, avb for snle n large assortment of Dry Good;. CrocKery, Glass and Hard Ware, nnd a largo assortment nf Hoots and Shnos, Otter nnd Sent Caps, and Collare, &c. ALSO. 10 I IIhI. Porto llico and Trinidad Mo. las-es. 0 do Si Cioix Croix &. N. O. Sugar. 1000 bis. Lonfnnd Lump Sugar. G Hags Java and Porto llico Coffee. 50 Chests and Half Chests. Hyson, Ymitig Hyson. &. Hyson Skin Teas. 50 rinxesnnd Half Boxes Rnisina. 10 Kegs do. 20 kegs nod boxes Tobacco, 100 quintals Cml Fish. 25 bbls iMackcrnll. 25 quarter casks Mndcirn, Sherry and iMalaga Wines. 3 bags Pnncnio. . 3 do Popper. 200 lbs. Cassia. 0 kegs Pure Ginger. 10 linxo Hairl Snop. 10 jars Macoboy Snuff. 5 do Scotch do. d bbls. Cut Tobacco for Smoking. 2 do do rlo Chewing. 2000 bis Solar mid Steam Salt. 100 lib's Fine do. 25 Sacks rlo Dairy do. 200 bbls. Nova Scotia Plaster. 20 hhds. pore New England Rum. 4 do Si Croix do. 2 pipes Cogn ac Brandy. 3 do American do. o do Holland Gin. 3 do American Gill. 0 bo;;es ,"ipes. 200 bids S. F. Flour. G ass am.' Nat's, al manufacturers prices. M idder. A'biin, lied Wood, Log Wood, Cain Wood, &.C.. Iml'gn. Cnpuera--. wreiiui Tartar, T5lun Vilroil. Ontiiiilinir. Nuiuiegs. &c. The abnve (1 Is can he hail al Whnlo -i.'o ..r limntl nn lorirK In rMl" purcha-ers. Wool, Pork, Grain, &c. taken to exelniliee I 't Goods. Nov. 15. 1037. ORIMSOWS Ihgemi Mof.'icino "f the lirtii-b Colleee of Health- We g ve notice lo iho-o who usu this Article, hal there is nnno to be hud in this tow'ii, nor are we nble lo get any. Til" S'nlo Agent writes ns "Mint it is impossible for him in supply nenr nil his orders fur it." Should we receive any. notice will be given of it. in bnih ihe Village Papers. We have been out ol iho Jedicine for abooi two mouths nnd there has not been more I han about half enough sent here for three yenrs to supply ibe calls for it. We have a few Boxrs of the IJygenu Powders. Variety Shop. P.y.onoRN &. IlrtiNfMAin. N..v. t Q Ton- n-Mirled Eugluh Iron, 0 do Swedes do 5 do Ro-i-in do 5 do Pi rn do 4 (In Rus-ia Nail Rods 200 Pairs Sleigh and Cutter Shoes 20 Tuns Afi-nrted Round Iron !! do do Square do 1 do do Peru do 5 do Horse Shoe do 5 do Ilame ami Scroll do 2000 lbs a--orted Cast Siccl 3000 do Swi des do 1000 do Gorman do 1000 do Braziers Rods 1000 Kegs Nails from 3a lo GOa 200 do Brads by .1. &. J II. Pi-.ck & Co. -ii.Y,-sD , J iiii vi. f)f) Nova Scotia, 1 200 do UVi.au bv 3 & J- j'n.CK lt o. Drugs A Medicines. Til E -ubi-erihers aro uuw receiving a new supply of Drugs Si Medicines which they offer on favorable leruis. .1. & .1. II. Pr.cu Si Co. SALT. 5C00 Bushels Sola r Sah. 000 do Steam do 500 do Turks Island do 1100 Barrels Fine do 150 Slicks Fine Dairy do 75 do Coarse do by .1 & J H Pi.ck & Co. Snull" & Tobacco. 200 lars Lorillards Maccnbny Snulf, GOO do Sculch do w 30 Barrels Cut Tobacco for chewing, 25 do do do smoking, 30 Kegs Plug do 10 Boxes Cavendish flo bv .1 & .1 II. Pkck .V Co. WOOJ,. w OOL received in exchange for Goods nt the Cadi Store of S. E. HOWARD. Nov. 0, 137 LYMAN & COLE. HAVE received an extensive assort ment of Full nnd Winter GOODS, which they offer nt a price whichcannot fail lo be acceptable to the purchaser, con sisl trip of Dark French Merino, Figd. do, Gro de Nap iio. Rich Cainblcts, Crape, Louies, Goat'i Hair, Imitation do. very superior. English Merino very dark and rich, Black do. Ralinclte and Salisbury Flannel and Circassian0. imOAI) CLOTHS. Block. Blue, Invisible Green, Polish Green. Purple. Saxnny Block, the two last are new colors suitable for Ladies Rich Cloaks. A variety of Fancy Colort, and ladcts Grcv, & c. CASSIMKHES. Btnck. Blue. Lavender, Mix'd Royal Ribb'd, Fancy Plaid & Slrlpurj do. VESTINGS. Blnck, Bluo Black Fid'd and Plaid Silk Velvet V Woolen Velvet, Valcntia and other alyht vcstings. Black and Col'd Bombazinei. Mix'd and Cold. Pongee. SILKS. Rhie. Blue Black, 7ich Fig'd Blue Bhuh Gro do Nap. Col'd Manetino. Col'd and Fig'd Gro da Nap, Black Gro de Swiss. Bandanna Il.lkfs., Crimson Pongee do. Spilla Ifiehl Chnppn. Fig'd Pongee, Childrcna do, Black Italian Cravats. Plaid and spotted do. RIBBONS. A good assortment of Garniture Gauaa nnd TiilFeio Ribbons. Galliums, Shoe Rtbbnn, Silk Braid, cord and Velvet Ribbon. GLOVES. Buck Skin. Black & Col'd, very heavy. Brown Kidd and Woolen do, Womcni Black and Col'd Kidd, Silk and Angola do. SHAWLS. Blnck, White, Scarlet and Fancy Col'd Merino Shawls. Col'd and Scnrl.it Valentia do. Heavy 0.4 Rub. Roy Highland and Vic toria rlo. Hernnni.Shally Thibet and Row Silk do, For Gcntlemcns Overcoats Drab Hunterc Cloth, Lyon Skin, Dark Ker.-cy &c. FANCY PRINTS. Rich dark col'd English Printe. do Twilled. 3 cases dark col.d lov prie'd American do very clo-np. TAILORS TRIMMINGS. Best I a 1 1 :i t Sewing Silk. Ileav Can-vn-s Buckram. Crcqmlla, Red Padding, Col'd S 'lrcia, Bro Linen. Col'd Drilling, Sill; Binding, Braid nnd Cord, Womted Binding. Marshall's best Patent Thread, Convex lasting Coat Bullous, Frog do, Fancy Gilt do. Super P. uri Fig'd Coat Bultumis, d V.-i. Plain and Fig'd Gilt do. DOMESTIC GOODS, Cut rnn Sheeting, Skirling, Tick, Wick, ing. Wadding. BjIIs &c. One Case Col'd Cambric9, One do. Colton Flannel, Blenched Colton. &c Sic. GurnscyJFrocks, Worsted Drawert, Un bleached Cotion do. .M erino a fid Lniobs wool do. roctor Adam's Estate. STATE OF VERMONT, 1 DlSTHICT or ClIITTK.NDn.N. f8. The ILmnrab'c Ihe Prnbalc Court for tha District of Chittenden, To nil pertont concerned m the Estate nf Proctor Adamf laic nf .Milton, in said District deceased,. GREETING. XT IEREAS. Albert G. Whittemora- execuior, nnd Susan B. Adams ex-- eculrix of "tlio estate of said deceased pro pose lo render an account of their adminis. trillion, nnd prci-cnt Iheir account against said estate fir examination nnd allowance al a session of the Court nf Probate to bo hidden nt I he Register's office in Burlington, no ibe second Wednesday of December next. Tnr.nr.ronn, You nic hereby notified to' appear before said Court at thi) time nnd' place aloresatd, nnd shew cause, if any you have, why thu account aforesaid shonid not be allowed. Given under my bond at Burlington Ihit Gib day of Nuveuiber A. D. 1037. iri U'KSTON. Remitter.. Samuel Buell's Estate. STATE OF VERMONT, DlsTKICT OT ClMTTUMIK.V, SS. The llonnr.tble the Probate Court for the District nf Chittenden, To all perion enncenud in Ihe Estate of Samuel RucM laic nf Burlington, in said District de rease'd. GREETING. WHEREAS, Win. P. Briggs adminis trator of the estate of said deceased proposes lo render an account ofhia admin istrntion, and present bis account ngainst said estate for examination and allowance at a session of Mie Court of Probate, lo ba1 hidden at the Register's office in Burlington1 on the second Wednesday of December next. Tnr.itr.ronr., You are hereby notified lo appear liefnru said court al tho lime and place aforesaid, ond shew cause, if any yoa have, why the account aforesaid should noL bo allowed. Given under my band al Burlington tins uui day ot iNovembcr A. D. 1037. irm WESTON. Resisltf . REMOVAL. The Ladies Shoe Store "f S removed lo Mie building recently tic- X cupied by Duct. 1$. J. IJoineborjr, West side Church street. Those who hnve hitherto favored (he subscriber with their custom, ho hopes to sro at Ilia new Store, and all who aic willing n supply ol SUme- for the senseii nrn rnennrt folio lti,i. to can ami examine nie nssorunent, whiec is ollerctl on the most rcaimnnble terma. D, A- BRAMAN.