Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, December 18, 1840, Page 3

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated December 18, 1840 Page 3
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I'RI DAY MOHNIN O, DECEMHER 18, 19 10. COMMON SCHOOLS. It is well known that our schools aro defec tive and need improvement. In order to this, - they should receive more attention ; they should be tho caro of every man who means to ho a practical republican, and wishes to perpetuate our free institutions. Hut is it so 1 Is it not a melancholy truth, that, in too many instances, our scools aro wholly neglected, or made a sec ondary object 1 This ought not to bo. The best way to correct any evil, is to learn the facts in the case. To tnako a beginning, it has been thought advisable to have moro perfect returns of tho children. The law provides that tho clerks in each school district shall ascertain and make a list annually of the children which may be in his district, on the first day of January, be tween the ages of four and eighteen, with the names of the heads of families', and the number of children in each. To do this correctly, the names of the children should be given, and their ages : but this is too often omitted, and mistakes and frauds aro occasioned by it. It would great ly facilitate the object, if all the clerks would take their lists on the same day ; and tho clerks in tho town of fttirlington are particularly re quested to do that service on the first day cf January. To aid them, blanks aro prepared, and are in the hands of Mr. C. Adam?, who will give them all the aid in his power, and explain eome points which cannot bo stated hero. The other towns in the county arc invited to take the Buhjcct of their schools into consideration, and, as far as practicable, to improve them. It is thought desirable to have the whole number of children in each town, the number of those who attend school, and, whether district or private, and the number of those who do not attend school, with the paiticular reason for the omis sion, in order that public measures may bo taken to correct the evil. THE MESSAGE. We have the pleasure of laying before our readers Mr. Van Huron's valedictory message to the two houses of Congress. We say valedictory as we presume lie will not attempt to imitate his "illustrious predecessor" in the matter of a farewell blessing. It is a cool dispassionate doc ument, betraying no irritation or fault-finding, and there is not the remotest allusion to the re cent election, or to the fact that he is about to retire from the chair of state. No one would imagine even from the tone of the message that Mi. Van Huron's political course was nearly run, or that a contest, scarcely equalled in tho history of the country, had just terminated. Tint, with the most stoical indifference, he wraps his mantle about him, and sits himself quietly down to 'bide the hour of his doom. This studied indifference or, in other words, contempt of the popular will however convenient it may be to the mere politician, in an emergency, but illy comports with the frank, enlarged, and liberal spirit that ought to characterize the chief magistrate ; and it hut too clearly indicates the true caliber of the man, while it bespeaks, in no equivocal terms, the deep mortification it was intended to hi 'c When the embryo cub-treasury was first shad owed before the American people, the fact that a ingle state, by an indirect expression of tho popular will, had indicated a disposition to sus tain it, wa deemed of sufficient importance to demand special mention in a communication to Congress; but now, after that measure has been deliberately passed upon by the whole country when nineteen of the twenty-six htatcs,by major ties never so large, have condemned both it, and its author the fact is passed over in contemptu ous silence, while the obnoxious measure is per tinaciously adhered to, and Congress besecched to lash it upon tho people, in spite of their lamentations! Let those who have rested their faith in Mr. Van Buren's professions of regard for the popular will reconcile these facts. Lot them contrast this course, with that prompt re cognition of the popular voice, on mere questions of policy that ingenuous frankness, which so pre-eminently characterizes the true republican ; and then say how much we have erred in representing him as a hollow hearted pretender who, from the habit of moulding and shaping public sentiment to suit his particular views, had learned to regard it with most sovereign contempt, when legitimately expressed. So far as the language of the message is con cerned, it is both respectful and dignified, and presents the affairs of the country in a concise and clear manner. The following synopsis mbraces its leading features. The tone of the Message is generally loco foco. It commences with stating t' at the na tion has avoided interference with the affairs of other countries, and by correct dealing has ac quired an honorable ctanding among the nations of the earth, most of whom seek our alliance, Nothing since the adjournment has occurred to disturb the harmony between us and other na tions. The northern boundary difficulties have been under discussion, only interrupted by the British minister referring to his government for further instructions. Hopes are expressed that the whole will be speedily settled. The three commissioners appointed by this government to view the disputed territory, will probably throw now light on tho subject. It is probablo that after some further investigation, the whole will he referred to some friendly power. Treaties have been made with Belgium, (in cludinK the settlement of some old questions) with Hannover and Portugal, and our relations remain good with all the other European powers A commissioner is now in Germany on the sub iect of the tobacco trade. The claims on Mexico arc under negociation The treaty with Brazil will expire in Decern her. 1841. Chili has agreed to indcmnily tl owners of the Macedonian, (1819) and other claims aro being pressed. The line between Texas and this country will be settled next season. The sound (!) condition of the national finan ccs is referred to with triumph. Tho distribution of the surplus revenue and tho reduction of tho tariff intnrfered with the miblic treasury trrcatly : yet all demands havo been promptly met, only four and a half millions of treasury notes bemt; now out. Tho government is complimented for main taining tho standard of currency. The indebtedness of tho States to foroign powers is mentioned as a reason why the citi rens of other nations may havo interfered with our domestic concern. Tho government owes nothing abroad, and is only response mr n rnnaU sum, borrowed for somo part of tho His. trict of Columbia. To keep clear of those mortifying positions, tho action of government must ho kept within bounds, nnd closo economy must bo consulted. Economy, it is stated, lias knn nilonted since 18S18. and tho only cxtraor- iinary expenditures have been those connected with tho Indians. In January tioxt, there will uo in the treasury, 1,500,000, enough, with or dinary income, to moot expenses. Tho sub-treasury is lauded, and a fow altera. tioiw in details hinted at. A few pages aro then devoted to arguments against a national bank and a national debt. Both have been nvnidnd. and a system of economy introduced in their place, (bo says tho message.) Reference is again made to the economy of the government and the system of specie payment, as tending to prevent the extent ofcvils felt by many indi viduals from excessive trade, &c. Reference is then made to the Indian disttir bailees, the state of the Navy, and Exploring Expedition. Mention is made that the Postmaster Gone ral has a proposition for lightening the mails, reducing postage, and insuring regularity of ser vice ; and in reference to the slave trade, it is suggested that our citizens bo forbidden to treat with the slave factories in Africa. It is not within our recollection that any pre vious message from a President has fallen so dead upon the public oar. It is hardly sought for few are inclined to read it and those who have, are inclined to say very little about it. CONGRESS. , . , . Washington, Dec. 7, 18-10. Tins being the day fixed by tho constitution for the meeting of Congress, at twelve nVl.wL il... of both Houses" assembled in their respective clmin. bcrst whereupon the Secretary of the Senate, nnd tho Clcrt.of the House of It..iiri.a,.nini!..n ' lo call the lull, ami it appeared that lliere were pres ent of tho3cimtu 1G, and the House, 9.) members. mum nui oomgn quorum, both Houses adjourned till tu-murrow at twehu o'clock. mi i , . , , Tl'MllAY, Dec. 9. u , n' ,IIS ",xy mct nni1 f'ned a quorum. About loO members appeared and nnswcrrd In their names. A committee was appointed to notify the Senato that thev had n ntiornni .-mil u-nm r,..,,i,. . proceed to business. The Senate also met, but only twenty members an swered lo Ihcir names. It is confidently expected thai a sufficient number will arrive to-night ami to morrow morning to enable them to proceed to busi- lies'", i iioiun ii In the House Mr. Adams nave notice that bo would. on to-morrow, or ns soon as Congress were organ- ucu, oiitr a proposition to repeal the resolution of W. C. Johnson, in reference lo abolition petitions, passed on the 23th of Juuuary last, and w Inch is in the follow ing words: Resolved, that upon the presentation of any memo rial or petition, praying for tho abolition of slavery or the slave tiade, in any district, territory, or state of the Union, and upon the presentation o'f nnv lcsolu tion or other paper touching that subject, ihe recep tion of such memorial, resolution or paper shall be considered as objected lo. and the on of Sis m ccplion shall he laid on the table without debato or further action thereon. Ro.-olvctl, that HO llClitiotl. memorial, rcsulto!,,.! nr other paper, praying for the abolition of slavery in the jJisinct oi LiDitunniii, or any stnlcor territory, or the slave trade between the sla es and territories of the U. States, in which it now exists. nlmll he reeeiiml l.v his house, or entertained in mi) way whatever. These resolutions were unsscil hvn close erne ilmm bring Uliu tho affirmative and 103 in tho negative. Many of tho loco focos, it is said, who voted in" favor of them will now vote for their repeal. This I do not believe. WEnxnn.iv, Dec. 9. The Sennto organized lo-dav. n siilliebnt number of members appearing to form "n quorum. The Clerk was uiiecieu id acquaint Hie House that the Senate was leady to proceed to business, and a committee wasappoinlcd to inform ihe President that they were ready to receive any communication ho might wish to make. The President's Message was shortly after wards delivered by his private Secretary, Mr. Abia ham Van Iluren. Mr. Me'rnck, of Maryland, then announced in nn- propriato language, the death of his late colleague, Mr. fepcticc, and tne adjournment billowed. In the House. Mr. Adams called tin the resolutions offered by him yesterday, on the subject of abolition pennon. iur. .lenilei, oi .Maryland, moved lo lay the resolution on the table, bill was icniiiided by Ihe Speaker that Mr. Adams had the lloor. .Mr. Adams brielly stated his reasons for submitting the motion to rescind, saying "lam not willing that tho rule in question should remain in force a simile hour looser. I believe it to lie a direct violation of tho Constitution of the United States, and fortius reason, I have thus early in the sc-sinn brought the subject to the atten tion oi rue nouse. Mr. Hanks, of Virginia, expressed his regret that the meuibvr from Massachusetts should think it ne cessary again lo agitate a question which bad been disposed ol at Ilia last session ly a solemn vote, anil therefore renewed tho motion lo lav it on (he table. This was, after some debate, cairied, ayes S2, nays r3. Mr. Adams, it is underscood, will shortly again call up his resolution. The President's message wa then received, ordered to bo printed, and the house adjourne d. Washington, Dec. 10. Srsatp.. Mr. Norvill. Mich, iirr-scnted a memo rial from tho people of Michigan praying the establish ment of a General Hankriint Law. The memorial took tho usul reference to the Committee on the Ju-diriarv. iMr. King, rrcsuieni pro icm. oi met oenaic, was elected chairman ot the committee on commerce. .Mr. Ilenlon gave nonce ol an intention to bring in bill unnti the su' iect of Pre-emiition Laws. The President of the Senate was ordered to appoint the several statiiiing and joint committees ol tho he- Mr. Aim irk. or Mil. cavo no ice ol his intention to bring in a bill to transfer ihe stock in the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, now owned by tho General Govern mcnt, In the Slate ol .Maryland. An adiourmu ill to Monday followed after an in n'.nini i.tinnmt in nroccei to baldt for a chaplain. llofsr.. Tliu extraordinary oruer nuopie-u uy uiu House yc-tcrdny, toptint 15,000 eopiesof the Message with the nccoinpanying documents, and 5,000 copies without, being the reverse ot tho usual order, excited soma little debate this morning. Mr. Stanley, of N. r. mnvei a rncniiMi oration o the order by wliicli inc resolution was adopted. The vote was a closo one ,yes!)U, IS'oltsb'J. , Mr. Adams, of Mass. submitted a resolution of in quiry proposing the appointment of a select committee of live members, with power lo send for persons nnd papers in order to make inquiry in rcicrcnceis ton uo- ncrocs. Mr. Adams cxiibiintd tho ino ives which nrntnntnd him to oiler the resolution. A document it I., llnno ,.ri!cnr..snnlniives at iho last Session of Congress, and by an order of tho House printed for distribution, lly soma hoeus-pm us, designedly or inoranllv, there- was a false translation which ma terially allecls tuewuoie questions in iw, mm ...-mi which may depend tho question of liberty or slavery to the captured and imprisoned Afiioans taken on i.,r.l ,l,n Amiiimt. Tho inouirv nrososed by Mr. t.i.- e n r.-r..rntirn to l ie error, lie w sues iu t ... ...i,it,r it lms been ri blunder nierelv. or tho commiMon of a fraud designed lo ebnngo tho whole question at issue, and to ho ilecitlcii very soon ny tiiu supreme court m uiu uinmi t -r.i. .t in. nm pv i eucn of crrorlhv Mr Adams, met with no serious opposition niuiouyn n division was called. Tho resolution of inquiry was adoptol by a vote of 87 to 10, and tho hpeakcr in structed to appoint mo wiirei" " - , iJ inminmnt the Se'veral Stand ing Committees. 'I Hoy win no nuiiotuiieu i f Clnir on Monday, auei remain as tucy eie m mum ii. rp.ii:' .w.'V.rn i r.illowed with a resolution in relation to the Sub-treasury Hill, rallin" upon tho Secretary or tho Treasury to furnish tho Houso Willi nil ihe information in his possession relative to Ihe Sub treasury Itill-ihe buildings erecien-inecxiiciiM : .t!i... nmnlipr nf officers nnnomtt d tho sa larics paid-niid all tho information in Ida possession rehilivo to the operations of tho 1 1 1. '1 ho resolution i !..,.. ,nmi. nbii etetl lo bv the At '::... ,,..!,.. A motion was then mbinittcd to print the resolution for tho information of Iho House nnd country, nui nuicrvuu ty i"".,."- ......... - The Ho tse, on motion of Mr. Jlriggs, utljourntd te Monday. PROM WASHINGTON Washinoion, Dcp. 7. crsijl Iri m " ... .i.. ..i:., ..i, thev will nursucWUr. ns iu uiu "i tj . , i, .:, r..r Huron, ant us uiosi mnom mi-";: ' " ,V I ow n" tho responsibility on I in Mm;s. Ihey wo" 1 Thro w up H.Vir banns i forthwith, hut 'l.oroisai.. other set, bitter and implacable, who will not go w the in such a sy. cin of tho tattered and miscrnblo shreds of n parlj which ct remain to them, must bo kept together possible, until after the 4 in of March, ifuo longer. ... :,. rnr.rrnriin iho cabinet, nrnvaiu. and will ho found in most instances, i l')sory. l noro ."ii" ."' . i... Unrrimm ui listen, rosnrct- 'V' ' ' , l , n 1 on this and every o or s ub iect. but ho will make his "wn cab net. Ho " mSto ,im self nr.ho n'nrdica.,ms n... iirss of consistent with Ins own patriotic viows, and that fnmo ........ ,... i,iun nils IU9I oeen ovcrinrown wt conlimiofoi n tune. Messrs llenton and Calhoun will bo rabid. Mr Clay will remain iu tho Senato lo uim euiiiuiii iiicirassiiiiiis, wmicin other quarters, in his own happy manner, ho will pour oil upon the troubled sen. 1 Whether Mr. Webster will or will not bo olTcrcd tho Department of Slate, fur which he is pre-eminently . .. ittieu, it is louorino to sny. Hut I mny stato tho ... ........ .,,. u ui ueii. Harrison s personal friends entertain and e.vnress. Tbnv nnv. ihntlfMr. Webster will accept theoflieoof Secretary orState, or a I' orcign .Mission, h0 otighi not to bu neglected. Tho r.uiiuuiiimiagcisiiciuiivsomeorilioino.tilistinguished fricntls of Mr. Clay, that gentleman 1 have not seen since my arrival m Washington Ho has been iu Hal- Miiiuie, i iii i lenrn tins returned this day lo the city. I' rom heso "sisns nfibr, i, n 1 1 W. Webster may fill either of tlic above stations, if he In reference to suhordinato appointments, a gcnile man from Ohio related a rcmatk made by Oen, Har rison, with with which I was amused. If it bo not strictly correct, the story is a good one. Some per noil was conversuig with the General oil the subject orotl ee. He said hu had received various applications which bo had filed. In thoorder of theirdates, and that at the proper tunc they would lie taken up, ns they lay before him. "The last should btjirit, and the first , ,. y '"""titue- iei 01s expressing iiiamsap- probation of thcso importunities. Notwithstanding nil that ins been said in New Vork to the contrary, I now incline to tho opinion that tho President elect will not reach Washington until some time in Kebrunry. TIIK SPV IN WASHINGTON. ., , . THE MKSSAGK. Hut little curiosity existed to know the contents of Jus, tho last .Message of the droit llebuhcd; nnd now thai it htm m nm,il ,.,,, . .1 :. 1 ... little 111 U to repay the reader tho time it will require to Peruse it. It 19 in short, nothing moro or less, than a miiiily on the evil consequences of a national debt, tllO SllCcessfll onprnl Imo ..fil,...,l. 1 ami the dangers to be apprehended from a national So much ns dplniU tlin cintr. r .!.: forcicn nnwers is n mntmr .lffMnren . ....1 .1... (iictory stale of those relations was ns well known to I . pvu"u ""ro uiu appearance or the message as at this time, f.rcat cretin is taken by Mr Van Hi-nrx for his perscvernnpn in roinl.lll.!..;, .. r. Ihe officeholders and nnothcr for tfie people : and the necessity of rendering the general Government in all things Independent of the people, is, as usual, made a prominent fcaliironi the message. The ninount of money heretofore divided among the Stales beiiirr .n siiinll nun ...,t.. ..r .i. .T c sa es of the public domain is referred lo by thu Pre sident as the properly of tho general Government , ,10 vor' Bravely informs us lhal"tho smallatuount of I rcasttry notes, not exceeding four and a half mil lionsofdollars, blill outstanding, is less by twenty three millions than the United States have in elepo silo with tho Slates." Ho evidently, not only looks tp the return of tht- money, bin expressly states that the proceeds from tho sales nr nnl.lix ta.,,' .i,n,.i.i conlinnotii be held available for the current expen ditures ol iho General Government. , The weakest portion of the message in our opinion, is that wherein ho nrgues that a National Hank owned by foreigners, is far more dangerous to our liberties than when held by our own citizens! This is ridicu lous. Wc all know that the creditors of nn individual feci a deeper interest in his prosperity, than those who cannot sillier fiom his bankruptcy. And so with re gard t( Nations. Tho millionsof State Stock held by l-.nchsh capitalists, so far from producing n feeling in 1 nai country adverse to our prosperity, has precisely the opposite tent eiicv. nnd -lll nlnu. n p,,.,;i public opinion in our favor. Hut tins' is quite beyond the comprehension nl Mr V. I!,..,,... n; ....i. dime in any way with the debtor nnd creditor relations of Ihe Stales, is an impudent interference with the concerns of the Slates, for w hich every Legislature has been too much of this interference on the part of IhoGencial Government and its agents nnd oraans for years past, and every advocate of state rights si.umii insist iqion 1110 ointes vindicating their State sovereignties by protcstinir anv sorb inlprfp. rence in future. Thobalanccm the treasurvon the 1st .Tnnn.nri. ISdl cslimateil at 81,500,000 : and econnniv nnd rpirpneli- nient is again preached by this most profligate spend thrift I.xccutive. It appears that Iho public works temporarily sus ntled that is. tholaboron llmm in slrnnrr evliimlic. tricts has been resumed ; nnd now that tho elections aro over, all aro progressing. 1 uern is no nircci allusion in the message, to the recent election for President and Vice President of the United Slate, but in speaking of the general intelli- 2CI1CC nnd patriotism of the Peonle. br. in lux inclnn. ces takes special eare to speak of their ultimate deci sions and says 'that "i7iciVrur.LY elicited iudrment upon public affairs is never ultimately urnnt." 1 111s is in ellcct echoing llicfoohsh cry of the Globe, Ihnt their recent 'iiitlL'tnent" was the result nf ItHI. HI5HY A pretty insinuation for the Great Rebuked to makcntrainst those whose "sober second ihnnfrlii" havo hurled him from power and place! It is to be hoped that this vile slander of ihe fllnhr will rrli-. nn additional credit nluotitl nltliough thus endorsed by an unscrupulous nun iinirincipicti wemagocuc J he message contains nut one solitary rccommen lalion. anil that is to be found in the last sentence- referring to tho existing state of the Slav Trade. KLF.CTIONS. There are nine States which have to elect members for the next Congress, after tho 1st of May next, viz; Rhodo KlainI, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, In- liana, Illinois, and North Carolina, which elect in August 1S11, Maryland, Oct. C, IS 11 : Mississippi, Nov. 1 and 2, IS 11. The nine States elect Gl members. GnonoiA Senator Wo learn from the Augusta Chronicle that tho Hon. John MacPherson Hemcn (Whig) has been elected U. S. Senator by the I.cgis latuic of Georgia, in placcof Mr. Lumpkin. ebS!Z!i!iVV h'x nMry MyM'A, All tht .p. cimsns that hav been found bilong to ont tpccici of .Vi7,T...' 1 r . ' Vi , " ""7 nowBiiiitnnon tut 1 1 rcsomdoi Ihe pine morn than any othor ipi;B " '""ypnoi newest, particularly in Ken tucity, petnrac 110ns may be aeon nt every stcti. Thuv fifiMnniill "rR0 JTifs? 'howpoken of above. twia. a id'oTlinVb .Z: """ V0! W1 " li1;!' ,ll,es" ''""nn'ions took place is n matter of spe culation. The existence of marine shells sofar in ihe iiivi uiu sirangesi part oi the plienomenon. Mas. Kivnsv's Casb.-TIic Supreme Court Itoom waai crowded with eager expectanta of Mrs. Kin ney a appearance, to designate her Counsel and the uwig Miii-iii w a titnowr tier trial. TI10 iPncss of 0 member of Mr Choale's family occasioned tho post Iioncillcnt of scvernl iinnnrtnni rn.p. ;.. ...l.:l. I ' ..... engaged, for an indefinito period. A few minutes a'f- V'l'ioen, mra. Kinney was brought in, and Judge 1 utnam remarked that ho had received a noto from tier, requesting the Court to appoint Counsel for the trial, and bo then nnmrd M..r. !.'.. .t.t:.. ii.... and George T. Curtis. Mrs. Kirincy was as,;cd if ner, iu wincii sue answered in a low, sweet tone of voice, that she submitted all to his Honors discretion. I'rnnUlin n,i, r .1.... staled Hint it was uncertain, if a professional engage mcnt at Philadelphia, would not within the ensuing fortnight, take him to that city, and as tho Attorney General pressed hard for a speedy trial, ho must do chno the honor, unless he should bo at liberty during the next three nrf.itir il.n. tn ,li.,..: i '.1 could neccpt iho appointment or not. Tho Court (trail till his request, and thus the matter rests. Mrs. Kinnct s appearance is certainly prepossessing, at hough Iter long confinement ha of courso aiTectod the dehcacv of comn nx .1. celebrated. Hay State Democrat. Another MvEirtintta rimn....... t. :. .... cdm tho Commercial oflast evening that the citi7.cns or New Hrunswick, N. J., are much disturbed by me mysterious disnppcaranccof Abm. Sitydam, Ksq I rcsielent of the Farmers' and Mechnnics' Hank of that city. Ho left h a rp.idnnp. nn : r Thursday, the 3d ins)., thanksgiving day in N. Jcr-1 ".-".H .in niiiiiu luiurn in iirno 10 accompa ny her to church. He went to thelbank. where ho remained a short time only, and on leaving it inform ctl tbecnsluer that he should go to church ; but hodid not go there, norhnsbe since been seen or beard of by his friends. His wife is in a most painful state of suspense, and the community around her deeply sympathiie in her distress. In tho opinion of those who know him there is nothing in his business or his habits to IliSllfv nn V other rmipllicinr, ll,.n l.p l,n. accidentally conic to an untimely end. A public 1 in.-uiiiigui uiu eiii7.cnson Monday evening authorised tllO Mayor 10 Oder n rnwnnl nf nna l,nn,lr,l ,lllr.r0 for his discovery. Af. V. Suu. TO THE PUBLIC. The undersigned, being engaged in preparinc for publication, a new edition of his " Gazetecr of Vermont," iu connexion with the Natural and Civil History of the State, did, during the last prmg aud summer, besides visiting many parts personally, address circulars to postmasters, or others, in most of the towns, requesting an swers to such queries as would enable him to give a full topographical, historical and statisti cal account of tho towns, down to the present time. To some of these ho has received satis factory answers ; hut to far the greater part, no answers have boon returned. Anxious that all the towns should bo fully and correctly de scribed, he takes this method to invite attention to the subject ; and in case the persons to whom the circulars were addressed are unable to at tend to the business, he trusts that there arc persons in each town, who can and will furnish tho materials desired. In cases where tho early history and topography were correctly and fully given in the first edition, all that will bo neces sary to be furnished anew, will bo a continuation of the history down to the present time, and the present statistics. Persons furnishing an ac- count of their towns, will coutribute to render the work more useful and satisfactory, and will confer a favor on the public, and on the public's ery humble servant, Z. THOMPSON. P. S. Publishers of newspapers in Vermont will confer a favor by giving the above an in sertion in their respective papers. Z. T. "Curse them Coon Skins!" as Johnny Trough said, when bo found the Fur getting into bis "llread and lluttcr !" The eleven Klectornl votes of Gcorfiia have been cast for IlnnUoii and Tyler. The Legislature of South Carolina have unani mously re-elected the Hon. J. C. Calhoun to the U. S. Senate. Hon. W. S. Fnlttn has been rr-clcctrd by the Legislature of Arkansas to the Senate of the United Stales for six years from the 1th of March next. A lltti-s Chance for n Bargain. rpiIAT beautiful F.VItM, oc X Cliniiid nnltl thnOOA ..rilpi. ber Inst, by Jotbam 11. Hall, deceased, lying in Williston, about fivo miles from tho village, 1 and about six miles from iliu 418aere.ofl.iul. 375 nf, tit , V." " ?X? " H X 'r u"".ren,; 1 "0 buildings are not surpassed on nny farm m tins stato. They consist of a brick House, 39 by 48, two stones high, thoroughly finished, and of tho best materials a Cellar for potatoes, will C ""d off1' for boiling-Corn Darn and Work Shop nbovo tho Cellar) allorse llarn, 30 by 40 nil or winch arc now and in good repair. Tho llnrns innL'.i0 ,2r!s? con',isl. of. ono 48 l,y G8. "d one 30 by iu, w th ISO feet of shed, with water running in a trough in the yard. There w, on said farm, twobous cs for tenants, onoof which was thu former residence or tho deceased. The house is in good repair, and fit for the rcsidenco of any small farmer. Near said house, is ono barn 20 by 30, nnd ono 20 by 30, with fiureetof shcil-nlso one excellent building for corn barn and hou stv w it 1 nn.,.l u...u. ..r..,..(:..i:..::... On other parts of said farm aro 4 other barns, sum- w.ui.iiv mrgu 10 contain irom 7S to 100 tons of bay. Said farm is watered bv hrnokn nn.t a., ; Ji most every lot, nnd will be sold, together with the liirinmg tools, if wished, on tho most reasonable terms Reference inav ho had to Timlin, 11 I In ...t ,.c 0V'!J.''ll,,lor ''""mis, of llurliimlon, H. L. Nichols, of Williston, or to LYOIA HALL, Administ'x on the premises. Williston, Dec. 1G, 1SI0. tf. Clarissa Ilolllstcr's lislatc. STATR OF VF.RMONT. 1 rr it v. tr 1.1. DlSTHICT OP ClIlTTPVfirV. DU i 1 lltti I'pilinl.. rn.... for tho District nfnliitinirl,... . 'IV. nil eel in theesttiteof Clarissa Hollister, late of Hutlington, ... , ,,.,, uvcuinni, HIIKETINO : Whereas Hcnrv Lenvenwnrlh. mtmin'r nfil.n ...... of said deceased, proposes to rentier nn account of his administration, and present hi nrrmmt n.minei .nl.l estnle for cxanunalion and allowance at n'session of tlio Court of Probate, to be holden nt tho Register'" office 111 Hurhngton, on the second Wednesday of Jim- riiercfore, Vou are hereby notified to appear before said court at the tunc and place aforesaid, and shew cruise, if any you have, why the account aforesaid should not bo allowed. Given under my band at Burlington, thissercnUonth day of December, A. I). 1810. Wm. WKSTO.V, Register. NOTICL is hereby given that tho copartnership heretofore existing between the subscribers under the firm of "S. Tilley it Co.," is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Thc1ooksand domnnds of the firm aro in tho hands of John It. Tilley for collection. Hiiiesbursh, STKI'HF.N TILLKV. Dec. 17, 1310. JOHN It. TILLKV. CIIAMITAI.V TRANS PORTATION Co.MTANV. -The stockholders of the Cham jpiain 1 iaiiporlntion Company , .... ."-"vit") iiiiiiitiii tuni me an nual tnpphnrr nlfl-lld ....II I... 1.1.1 . lr ... ... .. . in; iiiiiucn ui i inw ard s Hotel m lliuhngton, on Thriisday thu 7th day of January, 1811, at ono oelock, V. M., for the purpose of ....... .... ... lu, ,,lf3 yVttl UlllIinU. y order, &n. I'HILO DOOLITTLE, Clsrk. Hurhngton, Dec. 5, 1810. Msurirno cfl In Essex, on Bth inst. bvIlcv.Oitfirnv.V . :f -.- Cyrus opraijut ur -n miiiou, u -ui t-siner u. xwcemr of Kssex. In Milton, on the 13th inst. br Rev. J. Dougherty, Mr. N. R. Holmes to Misa Avdclia. ScxitA, all of Milton. B ii & In riattsburch. on theSlh inst.. Mrs. Sakah, wife of Anprbw Moonr, Ksq. in the 59th year of her age. In Shoreham, .'Nov. is, Mr. kccics u. AoaTiinup, aged 51 years. NOTICE. nnilE members of the Volunteer Engine Co. No. 1, X aro hereby notified lliat the-ir annual meeting for the purpose oi ciioosing omccrs lor mu year ensuing, will be holden at the Pearl St. House, on Tuesday evening next at 6 o'clock. A punctual attendance is requested. Hy order or the ;aptaiu, Dec. 18. H. HVDE, Secretary, TT THOMAS has inst received at his new Store, JUL. a large quantity of HUFFALO ROUES. FUR CAPS, GLOVES, &c. &C, which will be sold much lower than any FURS of the like quality have been sold in this market for years. Ho will pay the highest market price in cash for Fox Skins, Raccoon, Musk rat, Otter, Hear, Mink, Sable, antl the highest price in cash for Sheep'-Pells. Also, cash paid for fresh Pork Hurhngton, ucc. 15, imu. Dr. Mill has been elected to the Divinity Chair in the University of Glasgow, in opposition to Dr. Chal mers who wasa candidate. It is stated that tho votes were for Dr. Mill 7, Ur. Chalmers 4, nnd two profes sors absent. T J. it XV SUGAR. JLOUm.E REFINED LOAF SUGAR, also an excellent article of Molasses for family use, for sale cheap hy J. 1. WHALIiNU & fjo. Dec. lb, ItSlO. TO TEACHERS OF ACADEMIES AND SCHOOLS NUTTING'S NEW GRAMAIAIt. EP. WALTON & SONS, MonlpehVr, have re- cently published n new grammar by tin Rev. Riifus Nuttmir, Prolit-orof Language, in WcMmi Re -crve College ; ihi-, work i nn enlargement nnJ improvement ot the excellent and highly popular grammar by the.-anie author, fir-l published in JS2C and oxtenive!y med in Vermont. The lollowui" tc-lmiemials to ibu excellence of iln' book have al ready been received. NUTTI NG'S N EW GRAMMA It. To the Pcai t,. r.n0F Nutting's Nr.w GnAM.MAn: Hnvnni uitentiely examined the New Grammar of RnftH Nutthi" now pnbliMiing by you, I can truly say that I nm happy to recommend it, bvcan e in doing to t.ive t .nb-erve a fur a my opinion may have weight, the inlcre! of popular education in our s'ale. I batlalwav-con-id-erol

the former Grammar by the same author coral .mil in many re-peet superior, to nny in u-e; .ni l on' comparing the pre-cnt work wi.h the old one, I lind all eenlial oini.-.ion supplied, and a large ma, 0f highly intcre-ting nnd u-cfiil mailer added, which in my 0mit.n, now malic it W()rc Clt.r ad.,ptet to tho ue of our common .-t-hool than sny sranunar extant. Mnntpeher.Sept. 21 1810. D THO.Mi'SON. ..' bave for-eyernl year atlopte.l Nutting's miem'of Kn'.'hliGramuiar;antlnm prcpantl to n,; that in lliv oixnion. it i rri:itl(. i.iiN.;n. ... '.. . ... ' i , ' , --l-i-". i" ouv now in .(. not on y as correct in the principle of ihe langiia-e but astln-mg ndipte!totheeapai!:lv of learner.. Aflcr ii-ing niol el ihe Eiigli-h Giamtiiar now in ihe I have fountl that M-hnlnrt niaKe niu.-li nimo rnn'itl preigre" in following this y.em than any other. Ihe iniproyementswhii-l.di-iuisiii.h it v,ultl not lc consulcrcil l.t.fl ami injudicious iunnvalioii ; ihey at cord with the opinions of learned men in En 'laud oiutmii", . nn, who nave written on tin Miliecl. I hit sy.lem has nUn l,nn r....,.m., i..i and adopted lor many year in the schools of.ome of wic n.r.aioi-s nnti nas i,cen approvej by many diliiigiu-hed Prnfcor- in the Collcsre--. t.t, &MI-.l'AiCt)) Teacher of the Model School Ohio University, (Allien,) Septal 340. U',INer!,l,l ' (,Fr",nn experienced Teacher in Del-pit, Mich.) Prof. K. Nutiimr: I am vnv,i..l,. .... your Grammar should I e universally Known. The "!T. r'ri '-,,1 l","er ' 'lk-e ''' 1 i,nye "eV('r"'i a " 7""" ui"ii inn ii; i-iiiiin re,l u ilh but without lieiuir able to inlcrct my school in the subject, nsl wihel. Uutdtirinirihe pa-t w nter, wilh only one ol Cutting s grammars I had no ttiilieulty in exciting sticli an intcret n has led lo the hap;net result! anil so plea-c I are my clas with the worl;, that they have written several copies of it in n fair lianti, anil use itas their guiiic. v. A. HAv.).. Extract of a letter from Zadock TnoMrso.v, dated llurlington, .Miv, 17, IS1U. Hems engaged in teaching, nt the lime Mr. Nut ting's Grammar was first publi-htil, in 1S2G, nnd Items satislieii ny i careini cxaminaiion ol the won; that it nos-ejscil tlceidcd advantage over the Gram inara then m mo, l introduced il into my school im mediately : antl nfie-r using ite-onstaiitly'fnr more lh.n eight year-, I found no rc.von to change my opinion ol il. I lie copy oi uiu, in us new imm which vou nut into lliv hand, has received oulv n enr-ory cxaminaiion, hut s tlliciciit lo -ali-fymetlia il is a eiceideJ improvement on the original work. The introductory leon arc on n plan, which 1 havt tciil bv mv own nrat-tice'. antl I can s.iv Irom cxne riencetliat 1 know it to I e excellent, particularly for young scholar-. 'Ihecbange and a.ldilinn-, in oilier repccts, are jntlicioiis, nnibufh a In rentier the worl; decidedly superior lo any other Grammar wilh which I amat-qtiniii'el ; and I think it might le introduce I advantageously in all ibu schools in the Slate. KorMilehyEP Wallon ami Son, Monlpclicrj Ilasl.ell and Palmer, Wood-inch ; I) A Hruuiau, lliirlmgton i lienilcr-ou ami Ward, Uutland ; .loua. Ilasar. Mi Idlebiirv. Rnell and Sk'tvlt-s. St. Allan; jti-cph S'e-cne, ttralllcboiei'i N. C., WinJsor, LIVEIIV STAIIMJ. HAVING mnile extensive re . . pairs by addition of new buildings, Ilorsi-s, Carriages, Harnesses, Saddles. ic. the subs riher is prepared to accom modate the pubhc, in eood style and on short notice. Single, Tendem, four or six Horse "StrcsilarissM "i"1 hu f"f''bed to par- , , , . " pie-nsiire. i man may be fountl in Ihe Ham at any hour, day or ni"ht, to at tend calls. Cash paid fur Oats and Hay, 3 doors East t,f ihe Peel; & Co. s store. r r, , SAMUEL S. SKINNER. Hurhngton, Dec. 12, 15-10. .Since my arrival in this city I liavn'convcrecly with gentlemen of different politic, ami I bP" " to the conclusion that thcpariy m p.m. i fault an a gcn.lcman forn pnrliculnr Wji. .-, J ihllcrent icon i i' " , !!' f iboso era. , .n. no . :iU ,. ... nrccnt nf nnv nnnolniinnni nt hnmo or abroad. Oil this, point, ho is said to bo inflexible. Mo will remain, I believe, in . ii. J . " r.i.o itni.,., Sintrs. until the new ntlrnui- i" ration shall ho launched and fairly afloat, giving m Tbo policy of the President nieh a nprort as may be I'rom the N. V. Courier & Enquirer. Tlinshhi Niantic. Cnntain Dotv. from Canton, from whencn sue sailed on thu 5th of July, arrived off the Hook last evening. Thu Niantic renorls that tho American shins Ado- 1-iido and Washinglon hud been slopped at the Hocra l igris, when coining out, hy the hlocKntling squadron then under command of Captain Warren, of tho Vol- ga. Application lor their rcicasu was made lo Capl, Smiih. ibcn nt Macao, who ordcretl tho shins to the anchorage alCapsiiyuiot)n, nnd promised Ihnt the caso should iu lnimci lateiv invcsugaieii. i ncv nnti ta icn in their cargoes before tho V!)lh of June, when the b ocuado was tu commence, antl u was nciieveu that they would bo allowed lo continue their voyage. Tho Niantic touched nt Aligicr, where sho spoke the ship Resident, whoso Captain informed, Captain Doty, that accounts trom Hingnnnro to tne miuuieoi .iisusi had reached Haiavia. I ho intelligence was that all at tempts at negociation by admiral Elliott, with the Chinese, had failed, mid that uctivo hostilities had commenced. Macoa, July 3, 1810. Our last general letter was daictl on tho 24th ulti mo. Wo have only lo add that Admiral Elliott, in the Mcllville 81, with iho Hlontlc, 4-1, Pyladcs, 18, tho steamer Enterprise, and several transports have 6inco arrived, and n part of ibein sailed the following day to ilm northeastward. Nenrlv all iho American rcsi- ilpnmhnvR left Canton, and others are nrcnarinir to Ipivci tlinbloekaditiL'bnuadioiididnot nroccctl to the Hoguo uniil yesterday, partly owing lo tho arrival of Admiral r.lliou, rcnucring n necessary 10 receive me ordersof Sir J. J. iioruon nrciucr. iho nacit passn-ir,-s to Canton communicnling to this nlneo nro not. wo iindcrsianu in no luocienui'ii, iioiwiiiisiauiimg me terms of tho notice ol lilocleuiloj tlicrcloro woe-oiisidcr ilm chain incnmnlctc. and tho blockade thus illeual. Wo havo had occasion lo change our conjectures as n tn tho plan of .operations since our last, but wc aro moro fully convinced every nny mat tho penning ques tions will bo discussed. Willi various success, for ma nv months Income. T ho on v vessels rcniaitunL' at Wbaiiipna are tho Panama and Adelaide1, and nearly all iho olbcr vcsse-ls nrnoulsido the Hoguo. A nari ofourcs all hsliiiicnt remains at wan on. ant will continue there while there- is nny chance of car-re-inn on tho trndo lltrnimh thonlace. which wodu not nuk ran no i ono io a v co us ticrau e cxirni m i no exports. I ho riunrsn may suiiniit m t no entry oi merchandize, wiiuo iiioinrcigu commiiiuiy sunn re main iu debt to tho Hongs, but not to nny largocxpeirt boyond tho usual supplies n rrnisquc account, TM-VPRIFEI) TREF.S IN TEXAS. A Texas paper gives an ncconn't of petrified trees winch nrofouudin some parts of that country. They urn lo bo seen scattered in lingo logs or blocks, nr in tinnll ilelachctl masses, over a larite extcntol'iurfnec. generally at tho distance of eighty or n hundred miles from the const, unn oi mo inruesi oi incso, ppeci ,nn ! Haiti tobn seven fe-et in diamctrr. Il is coin pleltly silieificd thremghoiit, and is so hard that tho chins readily strike fire with steel. The fibres of the wood arc to dictinel, that ths ring) draotme us annu T P. WHALING & CO. inform Ihe public that tl they are Agents for Sargent, Spragtie p Co, Tobacconists. Albany. N. V.. who inanufracture t very superior asticle of Paper Tobacco in every va riety of sir.c. Grocers and others will find it to their advantage lo call and examine the ariicle. Also Plug Tobacco of different qualities, all of which will be sold encap lor casn. Also onun oi uiiiercniKiuua. DANCING SCHOOL. Mn. cmoRr: naundurm rosp.ctfuiiy .i ,l.r'"'lc,rs ,,H 'hanks to his formor patrons, for heir liberal support last w inter and would inform them that bu intends, if sufllcien teneoitmti0n.....i ia v. en, o upon a school fur instruction m tho politu accom plishment of dancing, about iho first of next month, jn the fnl owing places, viz i llurlington, Milton, Jer icho. Wi ts-tnn. Itiplm.Mii.l n.,.l i?. 1 n-i... latest style of dancing will bu taught, and the bust music provided. Hurhiigton, Dec. 11. 1910. TlTAIiTON's, VERMONT REGISTEIl, for sale V, ",y , , C GOODRICH, A!so fur salojinlie Paper MilHiiJIIiUnn. Doc. 9. COD FISH, M AC K l-'RI L L and SHAIjf suim nor quality fur sale by N. LOVELY & Co. pAN'ADA .STOCKING', Ogntlcmen and Ladies nil. nlul ,lu,la" Moccasins, Fur Gloves Ilucli skin Mitti-tiu U',,l .... 'r;, ....., r -.if i r. ... tlemeiis Merino Lambs wool and Worsted Wrap, pers, just toecived and for sale by '810. N. LOVELY" & Co. TpslRA) MLER. Urokuinlo the ouclosure of -LJ the suhscrd er on iho Gth Nov., n red lino back two year old Steer, marked with a slit in the left car with a square notch taken out. Tho owner of said -, - , : ."i.iw iu iru prepsriy, pay cnarges nnu tako liim away. UOOT. Chai lotto, Nety, 10, IS 10, Xiitiit. TME rents and interest, payable tn the town or Hurhiigton, will fall due on ilm first Anv r:f ton. uary next. The lessees and debtors of the town aro requested to make prompt payment, without further notice. imn it su mv Dec. II, 1810. 7Wh Treasurer. nOTANIC.VL MEDICINES. T h e subscribers - . ., w,.T,v.voa, uiiuhu, iii.:iiuuvu nrtic i-S! nmnnn- u- in- . nr., nr. ilr,, ........ I 1....1 and barberry barks; ginger, pleurisy, tumeric and uni- ,.i.,,vi ..I nun i.iiii, in pous anu pow der; gum myrrh, and peach kernels. umu. a, i'i-:ck, &, CO. C AM-. COS I. All petsons having unsettletl ac-K- counts with I.athrop, Potwiu it Wait or with the Subscribers are hereby notified that nil accounts not sell ci in .some u-.nv-. I.. I'.irn il,,. Ir.,l. 11,...,,, ,t,. 11 , . left with an attornyforcolleclion. iov. w. IA VO etWAIT, Trustee: SHEET ZINC AND SIIKKT l.i'in 3CasUs Sheet Zinc 24 to 46 inches wide, 3 rolls Sheet Lend, by STRONGS & CO. -leiv. i;i, 1010. SLEIGH SHOES, &c. I (1 Kair hu'cl idateel, Cutter and Sleigh Shoes. C!1SI Iron do. finished Crow liars, Anvills ices, Waggon Hoxes, Shovels, Spades, Dung Forks' Sheet Lead, Sheet Ziuc,IIollow ware in great variety! v- '' STRONG S & CO. NE)y.T-AI '.OR,lVG BSTAHMSIIMK.NT J-l At lUnuosn tillage The subscriber has com mcneetl the t.-u tirui'r bus!iifs in il,l ....1 ...:n do nil kind of work in his line in asj'ond style ns it is done at any shop in this section of country. Cuttine done nt all rimes, on short notice. i 1I-,U All nnprcntifH nt the above biisinejs JEREMIAH II. tit 11 1 vri'tviv Nov. 10. 1840. Hoxei Canntla Plates, 1U0 do Tin plates J X with extra suei, 0 bundles Iron Wire nsortcd, 50 1I0 assorted Nos, EiiLdish Sheet Iron, . 10 Packs Russia Sheet Iron, together with tinned ami black Rivt ts, Cupper do, 1-fcttle Ears, Wire 1 clhini, .Micct Lead and .inc eve. hy Kov. IS. HTKU.Uo iS l.o. Chittenden County Court, Au gust Term, A. D. 1BI0. LllnUREAS, the Treasurer r VV oftlMiSlntn.irVrmnnf. at tho March Term of laid TrMurer nf (hi SlATB or Veil MONT, VS. I Joiim Williams, i Jacob Rolte, & , jibnhv uanu. J court, A. I). 1310, commenced ins nt.liuit of debt on recognwauco against tins said John William, of Hutlington, and Jacob Rolfj and Henry Hand, of Colchester, nil In said county, therein declaring, that on tho -lib day of September A. I). 18J!, bcioro said court then sitting, at Hurlingtoit nforeul, the said John Williams a principal and tlm said Jacob Rolf and Henry Hand ns surotiis, joinllr and scvorally acknowltilgctl themselves indebted tu the Ireasurcroftlij Htntuof Vermont in thu sum of ftnir liuntlrctl dullars, to bo levied oflhcir and each of their gotMls and 1 hatlols, InmN nnd tenements and for want thereof on their bodies, if default thereof bo matin in tho condition following- to wit, llintif the said John Williams, who waj then 111 custody on nn indictment bctoresaid court for kecpingn Iiiiiiho of ill fame, nnd n coimiiott nuisance, shall innkehis personal appearance before tho said court then siltiiiii ns aforesaid, nnd re main from lime to timonnd from day today, and shall then and there answer lo such mat crs nnd tilings as should then and the e be objected to tiun in that be half, and should abide such order anil decree of said court, as tho said court should make in tho premises, and not depart without leave of s.titl court, then lbs said rccognijiau -o should he void ami nf no 1 fleet, but otherwise it should remain in full force and (.Kiel. And tho said John Williams afterward, during s-utl term pf siid court, wns publicly called 111 said court, to make his personal appearance before court and answer to such matters and tilings ns should be oh jcclcd to him in that behalf, and although the and Jacob Rolf and Hcnrv Hand were, by order of s.iij court three limes publicly called in said court, to huvii thc said Williams before said court, according tu th condition of the said recognizance, yet the said John Williams did not appear and nnswer, nor did the mid Rolf and Hand appear or havo the said Williams in s.nd court, to make nnswer, hut neglected and refused so to do, and suffered saitl recognizance lo become for feited against them. And the said defendants nra thereupon called lo show cause if any thev have why the said Treasurer should not have bis execution against them fur Ibesaid sum of 5100, nnd his costs of uitt which action was eritircd on the docket nf said court at their March Term, A. D. 140, and the snitl plaiiilill nppenrctl hy David French his attorney, ami the wnd John Williams being absent from this state at the time of tho service of the plaintiffs s-iid writ, tin said cause was by order of said court, continued to lha August Icrin A. D. 1340, of said court, at which term the plamtiffngain appeared by his saitl attorney. And it not belli.'.' made to appear to the saitl court tint tin said John Williams has had personal notice of the ser vice of said writ and tho pendency of this suit, tha sain- was again continued by order of saitl court, tu the March Term thereof A. D. 1911. And tho said court also ordered that further notice of the pendency of" this uit he given hy publishing the substance nflh plaintiffs declaration 111 1 7 V Itnrlinton Free Press,' a newspaper printed in saitl Hurliucton, three week successively, the last of which publications to be at least thirty days before the silting of said court, which shall In.- deemed ttllieicnt notice to the said Willianii to appear nnti nnswer to said suit. Datetl at Hurhngton, aforesaid this ith tiny of D. ceinher A. D. 1S40 Wm. NOHLE, Clerk. ) Chittenden county court. Aurnj' Term, A. D. 1340. N'ber's KSTAHIjlSIIMHXT. The subscri bers would inform thu public that thev have formed copartnershin under the firm of MITCHELL it HARNKS, nnd established the Cabinet business in the Hnck Shop formerly occupied by Abbott anil Wood, where thev are nnnufacliiring and intend to keep constantly on hand an assortment of Sofas and Furniture, of various kinds ami prices lo suit custom ers; also, a few splendid Ha as Clocks cheap for cash. All Uiuils ol lumber used in Cabinet -Making received in .'xchangi! fur Furniture, llurlington, Dec. 2 1310. T. M. MITCHELL. A. HARNES. runs. OTTER 5enl nnd Nutria Caps; Linx and Coney Mill; Hon, natural colour, Swan, Coney and Nutria Trimming!-, Uullhlo Ilol es. for n'c l -Pe-. 2, 1 S 10. II. W. CATLIN V Co. Till Plate, Sheet Iron, etc. n rn llOXf-S Tin nlate 1-3 X. C hmidlc K11 ZiOKJ unwn. 100 bundles wire. 300 lb tinned e-otiper. tust received anil for nle bv Nov. 23. VILAS, LOOM I?, & Co. Lnws of Vermont, 110, I? OR the several towns in the County of Chittenden . are ready for delivery, Town Clerks or Constables will please call or cnd for them. Those entitled to them in the town of llurlington will lie supplied by calling on the subscriber. O. GOODRICH. Dec. is BH ASS CIiOCKS. Persons wishing good brass stiiking Clocks in beautiful finished cases, can find them on favorable terms, at tho Variety Store. Also, Hank and Office Clocks, for sale; theso Clocks are warranted to keep correct time, and they will per form as well as any other clocks. Dec. 18. PANGUORN k BRINSMAID. Trr.mnrcv CLOCKS, for sa c at the variety W Store, warranted! one or two wooden or Htass Clocks will be sold for good Ucech and Maple yvood, tho Clock to be delivered when the wood is uciivercc. Dec. 18. I'AiNUiiutiiN ac uitinaiuAiu. GERMAN CLOCKS small german time-pieces at S3. German striking Clocks at 6 50, German Alarm Clocks at 6 50. PAtraaoan tt Hiinsmaid. SILVER ALARM WATCHES, at $18, $20, 8:5. Dec. 18. Panodorn & HsiNBMAtn. AT HOWARDS, Dee. 1, ISIO. SILK SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, for Lathes and Gentlemen. Articles that are said if not quite tn mm will .rretitlv alleviate Rliotmiatic nains. Also tho Genuine Hrnndrcth's Pills, which with Ihousoof the above- articles it taKen will eradicate itneiimatisni from any person recently afflicted, if not so, money lor 1110 puis re-iuiHii... CAJ.'DLES, by the box or single lb, for snlo by .118. GEO. PETERSON. T AMP OIL ofthe very best quality, also 2d and 3d 1J quality, by GEO. 1'ETKItSUN. YTrANTEP, a few bushel" of good clean while V V Ileans.ior which aiiiirirn-e' wm .n-.ii.i.iiu u.niua Dec. 10. -:o- PETERSON. Jeremiah Hackett ") Chittenden County Court, Ail vs. I gust, A. I). IS 10. Hesrv Hoardmax, II E It E A S, Jeremiah Trustee of V Hacket, of Little Na- Thomas Parsons. J lion, Pnpincnu s Scignory, in the District ot .nonircni 111 ine t'rovincc 01 Lower tJa nada, nt the March term, A. D. IS 10, of the Chillcn den Countv Court, commenced bis action again: Henry lloardman ur llurlington, m said county ot Chittenden, as trusleeof Thomas Parsons, ofNcwton, in the county of Calhoun, and state of Michigan, an absent debtor from this slate; therein declaring, in a plea of tho easo against tho said Thomas Parsons, that on the IO1I1 day of February, A. D. 19.7, at Heel; mautown, in the county of Clinton and state of New Vork, lo wit, at South Hero, in the county of Grand Isle in tho state of Vermont, the said Thomas agreed wilh the said Jeremiah for and in consideration of the sum of three hundred dollars then and there paid by the said Jeremiah to tho saitl Thomas, nt his own cost nnti charges, to support nnti maintain 0110 Dor cas Hacket, the mother 01 said Jeremiah from the day and year last aforesaid, for and during iho natural life ofthe said Dorcas, with suitahlemeat, drink, lodging, medicine, nursing, and wearing apparel, nccording to her rank nnd degree, nnd that the said Thomas has wholly neglected and failed tofulfil saitl agreement. Also in a further plea of the case for one thousand dollars, for so much money had and received. And also for ono thoustmd dollars for beiarding, nursing and elothing tho saitl Dorcas Hac.kclt, for the space of live years next neiorcino nrst 01 .nny, isuy ; nnti tne said Thomas, thoughoftcn requested, has wholly neg lected anu reiusea 10 pay saiu sums or any pari thereof, to the damage of Iho plaintiff, J'J.OOd and further slating that tho said lloardman has in his pos session, monies, goods, chattels, rights or credits of the aaitl Thomas rarson, to the value ol SjOU which action wasentercdon the docket of said court, at the March term thereof, A. I). IS-Hi; and tho plaintdl an ncarcd bv his attorney. Hector Adams. Esn. nnd the said Thomas being absent from this state at the time ofthe service of said said writ, the said cause was con tinued to the August term, 1810, of said court, at which term the plaintiffagain appeared hy his attorney, and il not being made to appear to Iho raid rourt that the said Thomas Parsons has had personal notice of iho said scrvico ami ncnuenry 01 mis sun, the sunn is neain continued by said court tn to the Match ti-im thereof, A. l). lall. Aim 1110 said court also order that further notico of the pendency of said suit ho given hy publishing tho substance ofthe plnuitiirs declara tion ihrco weeks successively in llin Riirlingtnn Free Press, n nrwsnancr minted in saitl Huriiietnii. iho last of which publications to lie at least thirty days belorn tho selling of said court which shall betlecnicd sufii cicnt notico to the'said Thomas Parsons to appear and answer 10 sun suit. Dated at llurlington, aforcsnid, thisSlst day nf No vcmhenibcr, 1840. WM. NOHLE, Clerk. 2 do. power loom 1 bale 40 inch H ir- Inp. 1 bale canvai, just reccivc.l an I lor ale hy Nov.2o,iolU. i u..i, i.uu.iib ev i o, A ( HALES brown sheetings L1J tic!;. 2 i-a cs 1 ork do. nr CASES Fam-v print CJ ing--. 1 do. Damask table cm- ed antl for sale. n2S 2 do. Hceolied sheet tnt receiv- VILAS, I.OOMIS, it Co. 1 CASE fi-t Ensliah Merinos. 1 cae Fii'iieh dc X 1 rae black bombazine. I eae colored do. Just reo'd and for sale by VILAS, LOOMIS it CO. riMlREADS, 300 lb, while and colored cotton X thteail. 501b. linen do. 500 bundle 100 skein 1 bread. 20 lb. Italian n'Wings. 0 lb. Ilabun twist, forfsle-bv VII s, Ct, 2 CASES London Pins. 200 ehmcn iipeiiders, jU gro-s hook and eye. lor sale- by NOTICE. My wife, .Snpim I'oirell, has left my l.nrl nnd board, without anv in- lification. and 1 therefore forbid all persons harboiing or tiusung her on my aecouni. ucorgia, i ice. 1, ioiu. MR. EDITOR, Sir will you notify all creation ilm. .lie iil.i.eriber has for sale. Hack's improved lt,,l Air nnnkimi Stove. Ill lllll lllllll I lifllHl I 1 1 Mil iIli.ii 1 luiil, aliiaul limn. fll 1TT1 ai ' lms is one nf l ie atest Patterns anu tne nr. 1110 num. ever introduced into this State; they have been recently in- i.,,l into dm Sintc- of Pennsylvania and New -.i, ...hi, .rrrnt mirerki! and suflicc it to nay, they nro the most convenient and will do more business with Ies fuel than any other stove, A prcainblo to nniti. ularizcitsnualities or prices is usclcsss. Just call in, small favora are thankfully received anil groat ones in proportion, and if money continue acarce I intend toiisB Ilia lessof it, aoU will be uaelesa to C withaut on that account. D, n. iftiuun. Partington, Dee. 17, 1970, CLOTHS & CASSIMKRES. TJEAVER Clolb. Lot Cat in Casnmerr. Hlacl M llliic lllack, lllne Drown Dalliia. Olive Green Invisible Green nnd Gice-n, Stivl Oxford and colored mixesi iiionu '-tot ns. MEHINOES. EnglMi, French and German Mcri nrw... Krrni.innitn.rm.'iiiTliil.ol ni,,t!..n,.CU,l.. Ti(glinninnd All(piue lllack, Hrown, Puriilc, nine Hlack nud light colored Allnpatva Cloth.; Mou.eline oeunine, nn wool, worn nn 1 e-oiton, et tilk anJ wool tii-icK greiunt very line, icaililil, U1..1-.. v..,.. .'11 ,.i.. .j . ..1.:. .. r.a. man Cruel, all'coloura Frinfresantl Uintlinirr, heavy sine, aionair nn worsted rrinves lor urtt'tn ana Mantillas vtry rkh, by H. W, CATLIN ft Co. 1 ca-c wood pocket coml. 50 gros cor ci lat-et. 200 -M drilled eved nccillcs VILA, l.OO.MIS it Co, TjOHK. L ,-I.VMAX et COLE will nav cash for v fork, well fattened and ill good order itr. should be allowed tn bang ant drain one full da v after butchering before taken to market. None will ho bought by us without sutlahlo allowance lor snnm;- a"c unless in nicrciiantnnicorucr. Cash paid for slaughtered rjneep s reus. Burlington, Dcc.4,1810. Henjahis IIewcs, vs. Levi Harris. WHEREAS, Hctijamiu IIewcs, of Milton, in said county at the Match Term of saitl court A. D. 183f, commenced his action against l.cvi Harris for merly of said .Milton, then of South Herlin in the coun ty of Chenango in the Stale of New Vork, in a ploa of the case, in an action on notedatud April 1G, 1337, for S1G0, payable one day after dale. Also, further d clarinv, that on the same lGth day of April 1937 the defendant was justly indebted lo the plaintiff in the sum of3300 00, fur a certain piece of land in said Mil ton, before that time sold nnd conveyed hy thu plnin tiff to the defendant, ami in consideration tho defendant executed ami delivered to the plaintiff his order or draft in wrilingof that elate 10 nnd on one Edward Smith for eight hundred eopiesof the 'Irish Rebellion ' printed by said Smith, w hich were thenof the value of G00 00, which saitl ortler was presented to said Smith who refused to accept or pay the same, the defendant having before withdrawn said copies and all his funilt from -aid Smith, whereupon the defendant became liable to pay to thcplaintiU'thcreasonable value of said 600 copies at the lime ofthe presentation of snidordcr, and on the 13th of October 1S33 promised tn pay such said sunt on demand. AIo further declaring that the defendant nn Ihe 13th of October 1-H-l was indebted to the plaintiff in the further sum of S 00 00 before that time had and received. AIo for a further sum ofS30O for a nieccoflantl before that time saitl and convevetl by plaintiff lo defendant King in Milton aforesaid, being the whole of Lot No. G3 4th division of ihe right of James Wilmot, except 40 acres from ihe east end thereof, to thedamageof the phmliU'SlOOO 00 which action was entered on the docket nf saitl court at saitl March Term 1530, and theplaintifl'sppearcd by A. G. Whittemore his Attorney, and the defendant being ab sent from this state at the time of the service of saitl writ, the sai I cause was continued to the August Term 1339of saitlcourt, nt which Term the plaintiff again appeared by his said attorney nnd the aill cause wae again continued by saitl court to the March Term thereof A. D. 1140, and the plaintiffagain appearing by his said attorney, the said cans; was further con- MWWivtOTyi court ro the August Term thereof A. I). tho court thai the ueienuani nas nan pei.,u...- i.-j-s. ofthe said service and pendency of this sji'u, the same is again continued by saitl court 10 tne .iarcn icrm A n. 1311. Antl the said court also order tliat further notice ofthe service antl pendency of said suit be given, hy publishing the substance ofthe plain- tilt's declaration three weens successively in ine -jiiir-limton Free Press," n newspaper prin'cd in sud Hur lington, the last of which to be at least thirty days be fore the sitting of saitl court, which shall be deemed sufficient nalice to the said Levi to appear and anewer Dated at Durlingtsn aforesaid this C.-th day of Not. A. D. 15 10. Wm. NOlil.i., ClcrK. Abtiil-b Hostwick, ) Chittenden county Court, An vs. gust term, A. l. laiu. Amaruh Elu.'.i. j ..... "VAT'HEREAS, Arthur Hostwick or Jerico in isiel VV comity, l the March Term A. D. 1S10, of said court, commenced his action of ejectment against Am ariah Elmer late of Underbill in said county, declaring in a plea, that to the said Arihur, the said Anianait render the seizure and peaceable possession of a vermin traet or paicel of land with the appurtenances lyina antl being 111 bliuerillll ainrcsam, nun ue-ct iuiu ni. lui lows, to wit : Lot No. GS, in the 2d division, and drawn theorit'iml right or " imam .iiirn, 01 wmcn iraci or 1.1 ihe s'aitl Arthur on the 13th Oct. 1933, was well seized and possess- tl in his own tight in fee, an-l sn continued thereof possessed until the lSlh Oct. 1S33, when Ihcsaid Aniariuh wiuioui laworngni, ami e-ou-ir.r.- in ihe will nf the said Arihur. thereinto entered. ejected and expelled and amoved the said Arthur thcrefiom, and ever since nam nnti sim .110111 urcp uu the said Arthur from tho premises, taking the whole profits to himself, to the damage of the said Arihur ae lie says S500, to recover which and the quiet and peaceable possession of the said premises, and just costs, ne nrings tins sun ; win.-.i ;is ia "u tloelect ol anl court at sain .unrcn icrm uier.-ui n. u. IS 10, antl the plaintiffappeared hy Wm. S. Hawkins his attorney. And the defendant being absent 110m this State at the time of the scivice of the plaintiff e said writ, the saitl cause was continued to the August T rm 1S10, ol said court, at which icrm tne piainiin again nppcare-u oj snui nuuim j , mm u u... - tti appear to the court, that thodefendant has had per sonal notice of the service ami pendency of this suit, the sameisagim continued by said court to me .unrcn Term thereof A. D. 1P-U. And the said court, also, order that further notice of the service and pendency of this suit be given, by publishing the substance of the plnuitiirs declaration three wcpks mcccspcij, m the "llurlington Free Press," n newspaper printed m saitl Hnrhng'on, the last of wmcn 10 uc at icnsiuwiv lavs uciorc ine .siuing ni s un ruim, " leemeri sulfieicnt notice to the said Amariah, to ap pear andanucr lo said suit. Dated at Hurlinglon aforesaid this tGlh day nf Not. n ism, Wm. NOHLE. Clerk. STATE OF VERMONT, ) TO all persons in- District or Ciurrnsnrs-, . J X tcrrsted in im e.tnt of Loui-n M. Allen, Sbakipeare Allen, nnd V ol-lain- IL Allen, minor nnd e-hililn'ti of Lucy Allen, la!o Ol IVt'e-eYllir, .sew 1 ur.., ,i... ...... lonAcr. Saxtos, siianiian 01 i,n-un u. arm, 10,000 lbs. dry while U-11J I uw t-n- ne Krui'iiuu" 15 hM. Venetian Hctl 10 ca-l,s French ye low SO bill?. American l.imeed Oil, 2;i do S.ittU I urpenline r- 1 v..,,.i, fiiihl Leal.' S.intl nancr. 5mali Hrubt-, OIe, Gum Copal, by J. it J. II. Peck it Co TiiKir ill-- 111) ll.l.Mi w.i, .nticc is ncrci' JL given that a meeting of the Stockholder of the Itnnk nf It irhngttm will lie noiiicn nt ineir iiannmu n... nn il,. !. Tuesday of January next, nt 1 o'clock', A. M. foi the purpose of choosing seven di rcclors tor the- year ensuing. Hy outer or the I'ri'SlUClii nnti I'ltrntii-. Dec. 2, 1810. R. G. COLE, fishier T-snVT At (STAKE iho sign of the Rr.n Lriok I ) if vou wnnld buy Common School llonkt, Hlank Rooksor Stationery on lilllethe bestterms, 1 my don't inWoAHlie .tea ledger, i-oucge YjjjjTvgTON', -Am COMHsi. OUvF (I07.. Cap nnd Twist Combs, 3000 " Wide untl Narrow Sitlo do cn 11 r-m.r.n nm! I'nio on 400 " Ivory For Fnle by Nov. 23, 1810. do Vilas, Loomh ct Co. Pnv vnur Iiisuraiicc. rnnT MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO 1 nin niiihorised to receive money for the treasurer of the above said Company, unul the Jlh day December instant, andno loner. BorliflgMn, Dee. 7, IM0. Shak.pcare- Allen, nr.'l Voltaire IL Allen, minor, hav-in- made application tn ,aid e-o irt, n-lling that the said l.ouiia M. Slial;pcare and ollaire U. are c'T.ii in their own ri?m ieo,as ienan; 111 m.. Hvi-niy acre of land Htnatc in Shell-urn n the eo.intv of Chuicn lcn, I cinir the atne linul ijecde.! ly Jirert Lham, la'c of aul Shelhnrn, msicasesi, 10 n-) '"',', in ihcSGihiiay 01 j-uy, ic.t', s j im ...... Imlofihat da'e, will appear ;-Thil the said Lou) a M. is ceized in her own rigid m tee 01 icn acres nun 120 rods of land, I cm? ihe s-ime land n't nf to laid Louisa by ihe Commiilo- nppoinlol by aid nro. a-e court in ma'..e parniicn nnn utin um n estate of the Kiid Jirch lham-,-Tat lb- ai.l Shak. lie-arc Allen i m-iziviiu his ouiiri?iti - " antl 120 nsl. of land, I em? the- same land iei o: to the nid Shakspcair by Mild commit co appoin t-., us -if, re.aid to mal i-parltiion and disiribulion of the c-ia-c .V .i'e "aid Jirch I ha.n,.lcceacd i-That the aid Vnllur It. K. AUOl I" ciim "it ". " i''u of teii acn-a and 120 rcls of land, leing the miiti and fct ol io fait) Voltaire R. Al'en, ly n'd c-oinmll-le-cappoiiUtsl n alore-aul, lo mal i- partition nn.l.h iril ulion of iho cla:p cf the aid Jiich Ihmn, 'e-en-eli nil which t-nvl are n'uin'e iu nid Sliclbum i and rcpre cnliuglhul il would conduct- in ihebe-t inlcre t olh.- .aid wnnUto .-cl nil die af. rcaid hind, and put ihe prtx ecd. thereof nt in'crt-M j nnd pr.iying taul e-riurl to nuthorirc aud empower him, lln-mld gnnr dianiniellall ihe ia.d Ian I, ncn-cnUy to the t nhilo in such ca-enictie antl prin-mei. , , , , Where ipon, ihe coin afoicniildolh order, that the aid nppluaiinn I e he-nil I cleiro.aitl c-oi rt ni a ehlon thereof tl held at the HegNl.'r'. niliie in nurlinciorj inalde-ouniy,onlhe-22 day ofPiwin) er, A. D. IS10, ami that notice thereof I r c:v-n In all pen on- in'er-e-letl, l.y led licatiou of ihi order, t-onlnniing ihe .iib.iam-i- of .aid n'..'i;itioti three wee'.. Micee- iy.-'y in the ll-.rlmt.ton Free Pre;. 1 be lai of whicl. -il liea lions to I e i.rev oils tmniil 2-2 1 day vflr einl rr, Itm. Given under mv hand at Rtrhngton in saiddiMrh. ihSfthy cf SeptemlertMO. wm0N j,

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