23 Aralık 1836 Tarihli Burlington Free Press Gazetesi Sayfa 2

23 Aralık 1836 tarihli Burlington Free Press Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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FRIDAY M O UN I N (5, lECi:Mlnn 23. i s . 1 Mr. Wiri:. Tlit talented nnd featle.-s champion of the people, anil scourge to t ho minimis of corruption, seems to linvo re turned to the combat with renewed zeal stli energy.. Ho has again taken up tlio tibjpct of Executive abuses", ntul has ad ministered to "tin!" party a flagellation fur which they were evidently hut illy prepared. When the President'! message enme up for reference to the npproprintc cnmmiltcos, Mr. 'Wise moved to refer Ihnt port inn of it which relates to the management of the 'Deportment, to n (-elect committee, rtn powered to send for persona and papers and proceeded to address the Ilnuso in n ipeoch of nbout nn linur, in which he '"held the mirror up to nature" in a way to how vice it? deformity, and mnl;u it a can. tion to those who shall hereafter undci tnkc to certify corruption. Wc can give but an extract or two. He commences by n It i ri jr who and what ha? Andrew Jackson been ? In answering this question ho goes back to the time when the old Roman's precocious spirit of resistance marked his infant body with the scars of the Revolution, and fol lows him through his eventful life, up to the present time, drawing paralells from history of the most apposite and felicitous character. He then asks uwhot ought the last message of such a President to have been? " The lest mPFMEP offnrli n nipriilpnl In fiirli a .people should li.tteheen ili "fariwlt" uf u f.ulicr lo Ins cluliti pit. II f !i, ita I hate been deep in wis dom, profound In philoMiptiy, h illotted in ils Ic-sum of tirlue. calm in ils lone iinil IPinppi nf ic.ifiiii, eluqucnl in il uppe.il', sublime in iisiuniul, and p.iiminie only hi ils ft-tteut iilT'-dinn. Ii should Imp been llie legacy of Aiwihiim in lii. Fucccssnr, llie 'fuipttell' uddrcta of Wdrhiiiglon lu his cuun Irj mm !" And having thus briefly stated what it ought to have been, ho again asks "What is il ? TIip loorsf: ns ttell :is llie last annual inesFagp tthiih Andictv J.iiksntt cien Pier svrole I hate like In had said etcr sent in hnth House of Cuiijpi'Fs. llii vanity and Pioiitn ils iirof.iiie litpnciist, ami foIpuiii inmkcrv of the (ood man's supplication to the Supi cine Ruler of "llie Uimertc ils fnpliijiic.il iiou-pii-p, slieitiu! in duplicity In n fin eign mcr, and cnncp.iliui; its re.it policy from oiuvehes lis lotv nd t'npl-uidum nrguinents, udihe?ed In nil 1 lie piejudices of i;no riiiice mid puFsiuti, to justify llie innpl shameless HHmki" upon (lie cm rnry fur llie vile pmpm.es of licensed ilepiPilalots on I lie public l.iuil its glar inj f.ilFelioiids lis In the nuist iinpml.int ficit" of trade, ciuiencv, banks of i!epnite, mid fiii.iiii'e it electioneering, foniiutinlly haipinr nn an iu filiation dad in f.u-l. nml tlirica wounded Kjnie dead its nil lepp.ited homily Bg.iin-i one good bank, arid ils itii!)liiIiin iccnmmeml.uinn in llie fame breath, of ileitis one liiindied li.nl mid hies ponsible banks ils disingenuous allcuipis lo ice nncile glaring iumnsiiitFiit'cs nf the pio.-ijriii on llie deposit mid diidrihitliuti uio.isiiics ils pitiful npol 0;icfur llie i!ir;iarp of 'jur aims bv Ocenl.i ils bold reronimpiid.iiiun of an iucie.ire ofllic rlandin army ils unjmt mienip! In r.i-i rcitriue, due lo llie errors and litunilcin ofllic admiiiiiilr.il inn iii If, upon I lie slinulderii of mi innocent Slate oflirpi-, and then t'.illiu; fir an nppropiiiiiiiii lu ippair there same erriim lurli il F.iys am nut ilin.p of this GovprnniPin iu filc i l.iiui of.i ii.ition.il pul icy, lounded in humanity limnnl.1 ilip Indonis ils reiieraiPil ifunlii-il iprouiniPiidalinn oT nn MiiiendinPnl nf llip cunitiiulinii us I i the eli-riiuu of I'lPHilPnt. hIiicIi a iii'ier nipaiit lu lie r.nnnl into pffecl liy 'llip p.irlv,' or lo lip any lliinj mmp ill. in a Inpin willi "Iiiih in pipjiidicK llie people's minus -k.iiii.'I mi elenion liy Hip Moure lis iinpii rlenl bo.isi of the inlpllijeiu'c mid p iliidii-ni ofihe tuccttsor, uliuin nxi'iulitP p.iiion.ie and dirla. tion liaiesurrepiled in rlei'iiug ils li,illuw pnliii. cal economy i's dpiikigugnirm iis ails of ile deceplion mil liiiniliii,'i!PH ils imikliu; enoiii of pailyspiril iis ini-Pialilp ilipinrir, inkinij hploiv crilicidii its grmi llin; inor.il miiiniciii its lot.il wunl of a I s.ise nuinspl or ndvicp, mid of nil padms nd feelins nip all piu.illed only Iiv Ut false cer tificate in thief la llie 'prn'ppiousViiniliii.in of nil llie various Kseuiiiie Dpp.Mtnipnis," lo 'ilipflii'. ily mid inti gritv" uidi ulilili ilu.y liawljien -ronducipil, nnd id iik l.it t i.f iIir l'i.,iilrinV belief "lli.il llieip is nn jit-1 r.nirp i.f f'oiupl.iiiii iu liny quaiipr, at ilip m.iuuei' in uliii li they hate fulfilled the oljeris of ilielr rtpaiiun !" Having thus shown what it is, lie gocson to give tlio reason iciy And why is II uli.it il U 1 Gemlempn will par don inp, I mpan un ili.rci.ppcl In the l'ipiilenl, when I ray, it is nlt.il u is, lipi'.iun it is not the message at all of Amli eu Juckson. Th" knuiv thai iiiiniedi.nrlj upon tliu ailjiiuiiininil of jlie l isi tp-sinn of CongipFK, the l'ipidcni and liis primp inintstprs ueiu ili-peiecd fi mil llipir duiies at llip Fp.il id gnti'iiiuiPui. :iml Ciiini iIik r.urs of ptihlic diu.inps, lu their ieFppptii( lui-ioiH lo lie- .Sl.iiPfi ofihij IJnlnn ll nf Si. up Imip ilpiip.itt hps lo Oporgii, and iIip Old Chief himself .i lugged along lhrnih Vpipru Viia'ni.i, oer Kins and ri.lges, I ll.ele of pl.mks Andlni li;pi In open ranks, '10 TennPsepp und Alxliam i, llisnimy sip, dial llie people had mil uiinp.iu. i e of ihe Hxi rniiie eleciioneprins lour, fir ihpn, peih.ip. innip of ihe nates would li.nu Jf.dlnHfd ihe example nf fieor. I1" Miul Trnnewee, iieiiliprof nliirli poul.l I Fedu ceil iir inliinid.iled iniit die nippuit of 'ilip in.in, a TemiPFi-pp lo.i.l said 'ihe dun" aa upll as "the master.' I am lold lh.it ihpy canied him iilmni like u linn f..r fIhuv, nml m ull! ti7.it inirlikpa linn, 'I'liey li.ul raiecli'mms pieiaied liir Juin, and llie nPgnti.itiuiH of ihe misiitns hpic romhicipil liy precnncerte.1 (pieniinns and an'sncis. A cionil uonld ridleri, on ihe highw.iv or iu ilip h.ir looms, no mailer whit h. nnd nunc i iil.ige politician of die pari) would eiupiiic Wli.il ihiuk jou, (irni'i.il, of nirh a in. in In n liiiid tone, much inn Memo rian fur iIiofp hingi whiih uihiiuw l.i-rer.ited, the answpp run", He is a nniior, nr." There, ihpip, repealed ihe demgosups lu ihe rinuil, did you mil hear that 1 Wli.il Ihiuk you of mimlipi', (lenrinll "Hp isa li ir, ir." Wh'ii nf mimlipi 1 "lleisu lilirk coikade reilpralisl." Ofiiuoiliprl " Jle made a rpppcii for w Inch hp paid some eieiiogrnpher five dollais!' And unoilier rt'iis (Of nn uceouiil, no arcounl, sir, uml nuhi to lie FPni liiime Inhale his plare supplied hy n moie efTicieui in.in' ; and nnoihep was "iipnn iIip feme, sir, upon llip linnet1 Hut fipnPial uhal think wm of Air. fihpfiisi limp Ketilien wns eier culled Mister) Itenlien M, Whil nev 1 "'I here is no jusl rau.pof roinpl.iinl ngainl Jlr. fVhitnev, sir ; lie is us line a iinniut in eier whs : llipy lire nil liars who urrue him of nuslit wronj, and i lie iifTiri.il ilormm'uis pimp them in lie fo!" All the uhilii iIicsp iPFpon.es iirrp rrneitid hv ihe de.irons of llin eeriice, unit it'r ff ',''p uere p.i'Itil lo gii p heed lo ihe.n. Thoce i-hn fiv he fin-r and ihe fiauds, fir, (lid Ined li in. Mt A ii-i'l (.Mr. I'.) lul l iIipui lli.il iIipi wo i' 1 1, ill hnn ; ili.it ttiPM ivas Ion imu h I rale I and fitlfftir; too tnurli standing and talking ; Inn much Iiii-iI" fur a ttp.il; ami info in old in in lo I 1 1 , llul til! dry tinned Ilim ahuul iu Ihe heal of minnier, and sfiVlliPy mailt Al'n onr, until lip fiitiliipneil tllPpCnple, ttho al lil liejj.in lo apiaehend lie, wns a liini rum In devour then 'ipp 'out nf elections, i.n I n'l else lh"v vilttfd as il ir Defeated in his u.I..ia, he il l'li lippiim diiuied lihutelf, fc.IJi iitril nnd pvi '-J. Her- --M In Wohin(.. I Inn lltrnuah Oltin.Hiul. Iiv the Gnvnndntto route. 1 I llirnujli Virginia iirjidn, and h.is lieen sick ""' i disabled rri- rinro. Tim loss of 1 eimer-pe, liml.nly iIip llcimiiase, excited Mm still mmr. mill iIiik it netted excitement may line ciueed Ih n heiniiiih.isfc al llie liuigilhil bus lieen puui iii!! mil llii'it I nfliis life. Al mi iniinipnl since hi" o I ii i ii li .i s ho lipi-it tilde to write op diciate a mes sage. Thcie he has leen Ijiinr. in il were, n (lend linn, who pnnlil not "fhakr! iIip iletv ihop fiom Ins inanp," and his ronrli nrinfirmiiy li i leen h itol livihoreiciinisesniidClpandpis nfliis palace as Iiv Vainpiies. In their hands Ii h lie fallen, nd il is bfc.iiKe ihis "last annual message" mines in u nml llie country leeking willi iIip luincj of the l-'..l. r I I. .. !...-..!.., i. 1 nut lien iridium, iii.h iiiouim, Anotiikii FinK at WAsturtGTON. On the morning nftlie 15th insl. the General I'dht nflicp, Cily Post office, and Patent office, nt Washington, were destroyed by fire, together with the entire contents of the latter. The following particulars arc furnished by the correspondent of the Hus ton Atlas. "The lire look in the eastern end. in the collar under thu City Office rnnin. Tlio Patent Office was in llie same end of the building, and was burned without raving a single model or paper. The mails, which came in last evening, lay utiiiirted in the City Post Office, and were totallv dentrovcd. An attempt was made by the people to pet into those rooms, for the purpose of saving the mails. I'd ingrest teat prohibited, and the office lit pi ihut vp and biilkd.Tn keep the peoim.k out, f"or safety's snlce ! until the flames and smoke, having no draft, became so dense and over powering as to drive at length these vigi lant watchmen of the public property, out nf the building, where il is said they left the mails to their fate! The loss of the Patent Office is immenre, of papers and models. Not a certificate is left, and not one of tho.-'e beautiful specimens of art, which rendered that department so inter esting lo visiters. Mr Kendall and his de partment saved all the book and papers o( the General Post Office, which they were enabled to do by their being placed in the Western end of the building. It was un doubtedly the work nf incendiaries. It took among pine wood in the cellar! Jt was burning an hour before any general alarm was "ivon. Il took between four and five. ID T.sc incendiaries of Ihe Treasury Dc partmentarc to be tried touny. witnesses came on in cars last night.---A singular comcidenc.'' Mr. J. Q. Adams made his first movement this session of Congress, by a proposition to take off the duties from foreign coal, iron and salt. This was offered as an amendment to a resolution to take nfT the duty on foreign grain and bread stuffs. There is every indication of a disturbance ofllic compromise, and an attack upon the Tariff I his session, Sirnn.us Revenue. Mr Mercer of Vir. giuia, ono of the oldest and most rcspecln hie members ol the House cf Repsespiitn' tivcs ha moved a resolution, (which he nv trotlnced mid briifly supported, calling up on Congress to pass an act, relenting the States from ever returnm;! the amount of surplus revenue received from the Gcner al Government o the General Government The resolution evidently came unexpected ly upon most of iIip rncmhero. Till' PUBLIC MONEY. The following timely and just remarks. are worthy ofull serious consideration, not only by the inhabitants of this town, but every town in the Slate. They ought well !o ponder this subject, and be fully assured of some great paramount benefit. before they consent lo involve themselves for tlio next half century in contentions and litigation which must bo the inevila ble result of receiving the money under the present ten defective and vn;ue law. It dues seem to us that common prudence die tales 1 1. it t wc lei the money remain in the hands of the state for the present, in as much a we shall thereby secure all the advantages without any of the liabilities of the other course. We should like to hoar the opinions of others on the subject. Mn. Sr.tcv I understand the Select men of tins town have warned a meeting of the Freemen for the purpose nf deciding upon Ihe acceptance of our share of tin curplus revenue. According to the best of my information, the opinion is almost itni versa!, that the mode of distribution point eil out by the late statute of this state, i n very injudicious and improvident one. lint however this may be, no action by the Kitvn ran niter ils provisions, and all thai wc cun do is to take the besl method of availing1 ourselves of them. The aw prescribes ioj modes, by either of which, Ihe fowns may receive the annual income of their portion of flic money. The firtl is by accepting their rateable -baro of the principal, and appointing Trustees to loan it, for Ihe benefit of the lown, upnn annual interest. The second, by suffering Ihe money lo remain in llie hands ofthe Slnle Tieaenrcr, who is direct nd lo invest it in the best manner, and pay the towns the interest. The latter course will undoubtedly be very generally pursued, if wc can trust to the opinions expresned by judicious and in. tclligent nu n in almost every psrt of the stale. There can bo little doubt. I believe, that ja Jj (ho safest, til most economical, and every way expedient course. It is tlio snfest, becnuso whatever risk there may boul los3 by mismanagement on the part of the Trustees, or by failure of borrowers, will fall upon the slate, and not upon the towns; and because it is more likely lobe carefully secured and judicious ly invested by the Treasurer, than by town officers, whereas, if distributed lo the towns, they become absolutely liable to the state for its repayment, without deduc tion for loses. It m the most economical, because the Stale Treasurer is compensated fur what ever eeiviccs he may tender by his official salary, and nfcuurse there will be no addi tional expense, while the Trustees must be compensated for the care tluy loke ol the fund. It is otherwise expedient, because we shal thereby avoid a mo.-t fruitful source nf dissension in the choice of Trustees and the management oftlm money. Y. We publish a valaiiablc article to-day on the subject of agricultural chcmi-lry. to which we invite the particular attention of Farmers. It will b-Mr reading, at lo six times and bv that time the reader will want tlio book itself, to which llie ar ticle belongs. We think neighbor liar- rin"ton would do well to order n few copies 'flow Goes Hav?" An Kugheh paper ofalalcdnli! mentions that ii vessel wa about lo sail from Aberdeen for the United States, with 02 tons of hny, and Another larger cargo was to follow from the Clyde. South Caiioi.in'A.--TIio Stale of South Carolina has cast her electoral vote for Hon. Willie P. Mangum of N. Carolina. lor President, and for Hon. Julia Tyler, of Va. for Vice President, Stale of Mississippi gives its Electoral vote for Van Huron. There was a major ity for that ticket of about 300. FinE. We learn by a gentleman from Piltstown ihis morning, that a dwelling house, in that lown, was burnt on Satur day night last ; and what renders the ac. count peculiarly distressing, is timl Benja min Bigby, the occupant of the house, and his child, about six years old, wore burnt to death. Trny paper. Tbutii in a Nut'iiell. Mr Cliildcrs, chairman of llin commitloo appointed hy the Tennssco Legislature lo report upon tlio ex pediency of receiving the public money, mado Iho following laconic icporl: " Your com mittco rcpsrl thai it is not only expedient, but quid convenient lo icceivo thu Mine." A western editor declnre-t I lint ininn of the yong women who pass his villago in Iho arks on t lie river, nnd who compose a kitchen cabinet for ilie benefit of thoir fathers and brnllicis, nrc fino specimens of buxom beauty, Somo oflhcm ho avers arc perfect divinities. Ho means, says the Philadelphia Gazette, ark anstls. We publish below the committees ap pointed in both Houses of Congress. It will be seen that nn entire revolution is off, cted in thotc orihe Senate, but one Whig being appointed on each of Iho com mittees of five Mr Wright superceding Mr Webster on tlio com. of Finance! Bu chanan in place of Clay, on Foreign Rela tions; King instead of Davis, on Commerce; Walker in place of Etving, on tho Public Lands: and ono Niles at the head of the committcoon Manufactures. This step i understood to bu in accordance with Mr. Van liuren's views. Senate Foreign Relations. Messrs. Buchanan. Tallmadge, King, of Georgia; Clay and Rives. Finance. Messrs. Wright, Webslcr, Cmlibort. Nicholas. Bciiiou. Con meice. Messrs. King, of Alabama; Davis, Linn, Brown. R'igglcs. ManiirHcitiros. Mepsrs. Nile, Morris, Black. Hubbard, Proi-lon. Agrcolniro. Messrs. Page, Morris, Kent. M'Kenii. Clay. Military AlTiirs. Messrs. Bntni., Pros ton. Tiiitou, Wall, Hiving, of Illinois. Mihnn. Messrs. Wjll,llcndricks,Swifl, Ewmg. (III.) Moore. Nnval Affairs. Messrs. Rives, South, aril. Tallinndge. Cniblierl, ami Nicholas. Public Lands Messrs. Walker, Ewing, of O.. Linn of Ala.. Ituggles and Foliou. Private Land Claims. Messrs. Linn, Pinter, li'isnnl, Pre-lon, nnd S'-vier. Indian Affairs. Messrs. While, Swift, Tipton. Linn. Sevier. Claims. Messrs. Hu'jbard.Tiplon.Prcn li-. Criilomleu. Ewing, of Illinois. Revolu'ionniy Clniins. Mcsrs Brown, Wliile. Iliibbanl, Critleiideu. nml Niles. Judiciary. Messrs. G'lindy, Ciillcndon, Morris. King, of Ga., Wall. house. On Commerce Mei-rs, Stitheiland, Puiekney, IVnrce of R. I. Gilh", Philips, Johiii-on of La., Coi'limaii, McKemi. Pub'ic Lands M'esrs. Dunn, Williams of N. C Lincoln. Casey. Kennen, Duulap Clinpman. Harrison of Mo , Yell. I'opI Office and PoM Roads Mess8 Coniior,Briggs, Laporli'. Hall of Vl.,Cleve. laud. French, Shields, Hopkins, Kilgore. Di-t. of Col. Win. A. Slo'unMIei-ier, Bonlilin, Wni-hiiiglnn, Lane, Rogers, Fair field, Moore. Cluihornc. Piibhc Expenditures Messrs. Page. Claike. McLano. Judiciary Messrs. Thomas, Hardin. Pit-rc nf N. II. Robertson, Peyton, Tons ey. Martin, Vunderpocl, Ripley. Revolutionary Claims Mess-s. Mnhlen burg, t'rnue, S'nudifer, Tnrrill, Beaumont, Crnig, Cliapin, Underwood, Weeks. Meon f Me., Leonard Haley, White, Picrsnn, diet wood. Private Land Claims Messrs, Linn, Galbraith, Patterson, Clumbers nf Pa May, Huntsman, Lawlor, Slado, Garland of La. Manufactures J' Q. Adam. Denny, McCninus. Web-tor, Gideon Lee, Dynum, Fowler, Whittlcv of Conn. Elections Claiborne of Vn., Griffing. HnwkitH, H'iriis. Kilgorc, Buchanan, Mau ry. IJnyd, Yiuiiig. Ways and ftleans tamureieng.iMeKim, I.nyall. Corwiii, Johnson of Tenn, Suillli Lawrence, Ingersotl, Owen. Claims'-Whitlb'spy of Ohio, Forrester Grinnpll, .!arvN, Taliaferro, Chambers of Ivy., Darlington Graham Russell. On Agriciilturj Bnckee. Bean, Rhinn, Debersy, Duilcv, Logan, Phelps, Effncr, Black. On Indian AfXiirs--Bell, McCarly.F.ver ott. A-hlev. Chnnev.llnyiics, llawes,iMont. "ornery. Garland of Va. On Militnry Affairs Johnson nf Ky Ward, Thompson of Ohio. Hunch. MeKnv, Anthony. Mnnimf N. Y., Cole Gin-cock. On the Militia- Glascock, lleiidrrmn,

W. R. Fuller. Wagner. Calhooo of Maes. Joshua Leo of N. Y.. Carlcr.Holl. Groves. On Nnval AflYirs--Jarvis, MiHigau.Lin sinir, RppiI, Parker, Grayson, Wise, Ash. Grnntlnnil. On Foreign Affairs Ilowa'd. Cramer. Hauicr. Allan of Ky.. Banks. Read. Cu-h ing. Jack-on ol'G.i., D'omgoolp, R'Mirher. On the Territories Pa' ton. Brown, Pick en. Penrce ofMd., Hall of Mo., Johnson ofVa.. Boyd. Miller. On Revolutionary Pension? Wnrdwell, L"a of Ton.. Lay. Jimi', Sinrer, Morgan Kiiioeii'inilli, Bond, Fry of Ten. On Invalid Pensions Beale, Schenck. Tnylor.llnrrison.of Poiin. D oihleday.noar Unwell. Jenifer, Williams of Kv. On Rontls nnd Cmials Mercer, Vinlon Lucas, Reynolds, of III. Steele, Calhoun of Ky. Evans. RIcKennon. Hard. On Revised and Unfinished Business Huntingion.Mann, of Ponn. Mann, of Ohio Harlan. Farlin. Coumiitipc nn Accounts Lee of New Jersey, Hall, of Maine, Johnson, of Vu Turner, MeKeiiiiou. BURLI.NflTON ASSWfllMES. Tlio Second Assembly will tako place on Thursday evening- tlio 5th of Jan. 1837. Uy order of tlio Managers. An Acl, icl.iting lo li nes and bills of exchange. XT is hereby enacted Sec., That nil bills of X exchange, drafts nml promisory note executed in any oilier stale and payable i this slnle, nml nil such hill-', drafts nml notes executed in this si. Ho and pnvnhh- iu n liy nlli'-r stale, shall ho entitled In the usual mercantile privilege of three day grace. any law, custom or usngo to lire contrary notwithstanding. 1'ratidrd, Thnl this net shall not extend to any bill of exchange, nolo, order draft payable on demand, or payable any other way than in m-niey. Approved, Nov. 14. Ifi30. A n ncl cuncei ning llie dm ies ufriindt y st.ne uflieei s. IT m hertby entitled. That all reports which are now by law rrqnired in be made In Iho'Lcgii-latnre, by tin; Stale Tre liiirer.Audilor in the Treasury Depart ment, Auditor of accounts ugainsi the slnle. Bank Cunimi-siotiP'f', Iho Comni H-nmers of Iho deal and dumb, nnd Superintendent nl' I lie i-tnto prl-oli, shnll hereafter bo iniiile lo Iho Governor, on or befnru I In; recontl Thursday of Oelober in each yenr. copies of which shnll bo by liitti I ran-rnitli-il to tin Senate and Hooso of Representatives. willi in six days then-alter. Approved. Nov. 14, 1038. An An lel.uiug lo lite Slate 1'risun. I T r'.t hereby twirled, 'Flint Iho superin tendent of tlio Vermont cintp prison bo. nnd ho hereby i- authorized In l" out, fur n term not i-Nceeding llireo years, to nny person or persons who will lure 'ho snm-, the labor of nil tho convicts in said pri-oti, mi such terms os shn I bo agreed to and do lermineil on by the committee hereinafter designated. Provided however. That no contract of letting, under the authority of this act. shall bo valid, unle-s tin- conirnclor or coulrac'ors shall, at the linn; of eoiering iiilosueli conl rncl or contrncls. give sceuri ly sati.-faclnry to Iho couitniilei, by b ind willi sureties, executed lo tin Trea-un-r ol the stale. c nditimieil that said contractor or contractors will wholly indemnity and save harmless Iho state from any cxpeni-c whatever on account of said prison, that shall iiccmio during the term of eucIi con tract or cool rnols. Provided also. That nothing in this act contained shnll be rnnxtriied lo give such conl rnclnr or cool motors any r ight t.i in lerferi' ill tin! goveiumeni of I In- prison; nnd "lid pri-oti shnll bo eodueied and gov erned hy l In superintendent nml other offi cers I hereof, in l bo same manner ns has heretofore been dime. Sec. 2. Thai I lie two assistant judges of iho Wind-or county court nnd I In: sn perinti'iident ol snul prison lie, nnd I hey nre hereby constituted n committee. Willi power to receive nnd accent proposals for Hit Inn of Hie labor of said convicts, and tliorcoo cnii-nn contract nr comrncis to b inndo. subject In Iho aforesaid conditions mentioned in the firsl proviso In iho first section of his net; nun' tho said cnmmiHcc tin II give iiotit-e of tho time nml place nl which they will receive and determine up on Midi propo-n's, hy publication, nt least sixty days previous therein, in one news, paper printed in Monlpelier, nnd imp iioas paper primed in Windsor in this ft all.'. Approved. Nov. 17, III30. An Act, authorizing ihe transfer of turnpike slock lo lot! us. IT iihercby enntted. as follows : Any in rorpoialed turnpike company wnhin this slain may, nl their di-creliun, assign or trnn-i'er iho slock of such compnny lo any lown or towns, through which the moo may pass, in such uinnner nml form as transfers are Usually made by uchcou) pany, or in such manner as may bo mutu ally agreed nn by the parties. Sec 2. That iu case of tho transfer of such turnpike stock as aforesaid, il shall bo lawful for such town or lowns in tie. maud und receive tho lolls nu such turn pikn road, as are now established by law, until the amount of such tollsshall he si l!i cient to pay the sum stipulated between the parlies; and thereupon, on Ihe pay ment of such stipulated sum, Iho sunt turn pike shall become a free road, and the charier or grant therof vacated. Approved, November 17, 1038, An Atl, to repeal purl nf an act lelalin; to llie .Slate's I'lisnn. IT h hereby tnrutctl. That the eighth sec. tion ofanact entitled "nn net providing for the government anil management nT I h Sinle's Prison, and for rep-almg nil former acts incoiisi-teiil willi the piovisions of Ihis not." passed November sixth, one tlniil'tinil eight hundred ami silicon, bo, and the some is, hereby repealed. rroviiled. That the. superintendent of Iho snld slain prison shall have power In draw on Iho Treasurer of tins stntn. for a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars, and the Trcasuier is hereby directed lo pay tlio same. Provided also, That this act shall take effect from it passage. Approved. Nov. 12, 1 H3G. An Acl, in ml. linn I In an nn entitled "an acl nil iIiuhimi,' ihe Iniildiiig of n .S 1 1 1 1 c llou-e al .Mont pehei. T m hnt-by enntted. That in addition to . tin-sunn herelofiire anpriinrinled for the building ol a slate house at Monlpnlicr, I here be, nnd he'oby is, appropriated, the siun nf tweniy-fivi- thousand dollars and Hie treasurer of this state is hereby direct- oil In pav said sum to the cmnnntMin an pointed In superintend the building of sa d ! slate linusp, in iiiin-nnnce nf tin acl to which ihis is an addition, mil nfnny moneys in tin Ircn-tirv not nlbertvi-e nnnriuirialcd. Approved, Nov. 17, 103(1. An Act, eflahli.-hlag perininpnl sal.uics for ccr tain tiflicers. Sec. I. That Irion and nfier ihe pas sing nl tins act. Hi" Secrelnry of binle. tho S.-c't'inry and Asi-intit Secrein'y of llu-Senate, llin Governor's Secretary ol Civil nnd Military Affurs. the Clerk." As si-lnnl Clerk nnd Engrosiing Clerk of llie llnii-c of Representatives, shall bo nl'owed as an annual compensation for llieir scrvi cos, payable one half at the rising of the General Assembly, ami tho nlhor half on tin' first day nf October, out ofllic treas ury nl" i Mis stale, Iho following sums res. ppctively. tn wit ; in the Secretary of Stale, tho siun oflhree hundred dollars; In the Secretary of the Senate lh sum of two hundred nod n'Veuly-livo dollar.; In Ihe Asfi-lnnl Secretary nfiho S nail- iho sum ofnin hundred nnd fifty dollars; to the Governor's Secretary of Civil anil Military Affurs llie -it in of I wo liin-dred dollars; to iho Clerk of ihe House of R'iresenlntives the sum of two hundred and seventy five dollar-; in iho Assistant Clerk of the Honsi! of Representatives tho sum of one hundred nod filly dollars nnd to llie En grossing Clerk of I lie llou-u of Represen tatives Ihe sum of ono hundred and seven ly-fiive dollars; which said respective sums shall he in full compensation to the said secretaries and clerk's for all the duties ai'lierUining to lln-ir said offices, including nffico rent, and transporting books, records ami -laiiini.irv to and from the Legi-laiure. Provided. Tli'il ihisscl shall not prevent Ihe Secretary nf Stall! from receiving nil sucli lees as are now allowed him bv law for such copies of acts as may bo applied lor hy iiiilivi'iii'il- iSEC 1. I linl Hie first section of nn acl emitted ''an net cstiiblishing permanent salaries for corlain officers, and for regu lating certain fees and taxable costs," un-e eil November fifth, eighleeen hundred und twenty one, nnd also tin; fonrlli und sev eiii'i srciiinis ol no net council "an act iu ndililion lo an act establishing periuancnl salaries and for regulating certain fees and inxnblo costs," passed November ill tit It eighteen hundred and twenty-iwo, bo, and llie same nre, hereby reponlcd. Sec. 3. Thai the Senniurs shall receive. ns n full cnmpeii-niion for their services the sum of ono dollar anil filly cents per dny (luring the se-mn ot Ihe Legislature, and ten cents pep mil,, for travel, each way, Sec. !. That the Libarian shall reeein for nil Iho services required of htm, seven ly.livo dolhns per annum, payable inn half nl Iho ri-iog of Iho Geu-rnl A--em- bly, and the other lialfou iho fir-l day n1 Uctotier. Provided, That this act shall lake i ffeci from Iho passage thereof. Approved, November I 7, lfl30. An Act, org iintiug ili Count' of Lmnnille. fivinj the liim of liiililiu;' Com is ilieieiu, csi.ihlj.hoig a I roo in Ili-nn-i ilimpiu .iu, f.,- ;iii-u mlic ruipn.'-s app.-ii,iiuuig lu ihe mine full oigniizi linn of S'ii.1 I'niinit. I I isherebii enarlcd. I hat from Ihe first M. day o December itexl. the county nfLa mollle s It u 1 1 he, ami is lieicby organized and with all the powers and privileges given to the said county, ngeeahly lo an ncl passed nt Mniilpelior, October ttvpiily.sixlh, ouu llinu sand eight hundred nml thirty five, entitled "on ncl establishing a new county bv the name of Laiiio.llc." Sec. Q. That during tho present session nl llin legislalilie, llin lodges n m eonoli court, tilt- justices of I lie peace, skcrifl'slnle's allonifv. Jill commissioners anil Imp mspec, lor; and also a judge of prolia1.), (in casn r prnlialn Di-lrict sball bo crnii,iii,,d within tho limits 01 snld county of Lamoille, al the present ses-uni ol llin Icgisltaure.) shall be elected; whirh said nlftecrs shall ho elected in Ion miuiii inannnr as county officers ore eloc ted in other counties ofllic stain. M'C. .i. I nai inn supremo nnd cn intv couits tviilun and Tor said enmity shall he lieiealler hidden nt llvdcpark.in said cmjMv ol Lamoille, nl llie InlliHV.og limes, to ivit; 1 1 , supreme court "n llin Icnlli rue-day. follow iog iho fourth Tuesday m' Janinry one thou sand eight hundred and thiuy seven, and so nfler annually: the county court on Iho third I iio-nny ol December onn thousand pihl hundred and Ihirtvsix, nnd Ilia second Tucs. day of Juno nun thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, and sn niter, anniiallv. Sen 4. Thai all actions of whatever name or nature, now pointing hnforo the county court in Ihu'cnuiilies nf franklin, Chilteiidcii, Washington ami Orleans ; and all nclions which nlreidy lire, nr shall hercafler ho commenced before said first Jay of Decern her next nul made relornalilo to cither nf ihe courts n'oresuid, in which the partiot are res idcnl in said county oI'Lamoille, op in which the pliiulill resides in said county of La inoillo shall be lemovcd lo iho ciunly court lor the county nl l.iunoillc. and tried and dually determined in Iho courts for Iho coun ty of Lainoillu ; nml all notions which already aro; nrhcicafler shall he, commenced belnre Iho first day of I iccemlier next, and undo rn turiialila lo cither oftho cnunties aforesaid iu which Iho defendant shall reside within the county nf Lamoille, and Iho plaintiff wilhoui the same, shall, if tho plaintiff request the same, bo removed to Iho cojnly court for the county or Latnoillo, And all actions now in suit, or which shall hereafter bn commenced btfora the firit day of December next. "illicr nfsald Counties nf Franklin, Chitten den, waFhingtnti. nnd Orleans, in which Ilia defendant or defendant shall reside within the County of Lamoille, uml Iho plaintiff" or plaintiffs sball rcidn without Iho stale, shall lie removed In llin ciinty ouil of Lauioills county, to liuliie.ii! finally tried and determin ed. And Ih-i Clerks of llin Courts in tlio counties nf Franklin, Chllcnduu. Oilcans nro dircded tr. dclivcl lo such persons as may bo nuthorited bv tho court of tint County of Lamoille the files and original papers in all such actions as may bo removed as aforesaid nnd Ihn expnnso of such removal shall bo nd vanccd bv the plaintiff's in such actions, and shall ho faxed in iho bills of costs, if 'they lull recover. I'roo did ncrcrtheleu. That all actions of ejeelitiptit shall ho Irn.tJ anu lirialiy iinicrmin ed in llin County where ibn laud lies. Pec. o. Thai .'all appeals from the judgment ofju-liens ofllio pence, ill tlio (aunties of Franklin, Cliillcnilmi, Wa-hinglou. and Or leans. Iicrr.lofoic prayed nut or which shall hercafler. beforo ihe'fil day of December next, bo prayed out nod gianled, by tho ju-lices of llt'o pcaco aforesaitl, in which ac tion both parties, of tho plaintiff rcsido in the County of Lamoille, or in which tho do fcndaiil is'livins wlhin said Cnuiily and too plaintiff without tho same, and tlio plaintiff shall request the saniti, shall he entered in the County Court for llin County or Lamoille, and there tried and determined , and nil no peals, whern the plainlift" icsidcs without Ihn stale, and Ihn defendant within iho County of Lamoille, shall be entered in saul county Court for Ihe Cniinly of Lamoille und there tried and de'ermmed See. C That every nclmn whir II is re movable hy the prccding sections of this act, being alieadv commenced, and iniiilu return, nbln to Ihn County C'onil next lo bu holden in and forthn Counryof 1-rankhii, Chittenden, Washington, or Orleans, and not having been returned lo such Court, is hereby made re- tnrnahlo to tho County Oourl next to ho hoi den within and for the County of Lamoille. Proliant Such wilt bnseiverinu tbodelenu- nnt Iwclvn davs before tho silling of said last mentioned Court. Seo. 7. That when tho nlaintilTand defend. ant liio within tho County of Lamoille, it soillbn lawful for the plaintiff to have hie ant inn commenced before Ihn County Court nnst to be hnbleii iu llie County of Franklin, Chilipndcn, Washington. or Oilcans, in llie samo way hn would havo had a right to do, if said Lmoillc County wero not about lo bu or gattiied ; and if tho plaintiirv writ has I ready been served, or sliall Do served wiinin iwbivo davs of Ihe silling of Iho County Coiill next1 . . . .... i . i ... . i. f'. W in lie liouieu tt iiom aim nir iiiu iuinny u, Lamoille, iho same writ shall he returned to, and entered upon tho docket of saul last men tioned Court, nod llie ar lions shall bo tried aim HiilIIv determined by the County Court for Lamoille county. Sec ft. That all officers who have or mav serve any nf tho aforesaid writs, shall! charge and reciv-; travel fo" only from- iho place of seivieo in pluce of holding Iho County Courts, tor Lamoille l.ounly ; any law In tho contrary iinrtvilhetninliiig. Sec. 9. That lb'' plaintiff iind defendant in every nclmn ihnt shall be removed I'mtu the Cuiitilv Court nf Franklin, Chiitcmluii, Wa-hingioii. and Orleans Cmntv. nnd on tered upon the docket of the County Court next to bo holden in nml fi r Ihe county of Lniii'iillo shall bo subject to every rule now in foroo nnd herelnlniu made respecting; such net inn, bv Iho conn from which such ncl inn is lo he removed, nod llie patties to such neltoti shall proceed lo final judg ment in the same way lle-y would b; nbli. "cd if there were no removal of said notion. Sec. 10. That the jtulges nfilio county court io tlio county ol Lamoille fur I In.- en suing year uiny forllntiih appuiiil n per son In receive nf Iho respective clerks of the rnuiiiy curls in the counties of Plan- I'm. Clnllendeo. Washington, mid Orh-nus, nil ihe original writs nnd papers, relating In the actions now pending before said county coiiri", and am mad'! removable by this not to the cmiiiy court next lu bo holden Hvdepnrk iu lliecniinly of Lunnillc: and il shall he the d HV nl each clerk afore, -aid In link- out nml deliver Willi said files i true nod ti'iesiei.' copy of what is wril en nn his dockets nspec'uig i vo-y nciion sn removed; for which services I lis- clerk shnll bo eni ii led to receive twelve cents in each nclmo, to h- paid by the plaintiff and taxed in his bill of cost, Sec. tl. 'Flint every civil nctirm and hill in Cb incery. now pending before tho Supremo C-niri uml court of Chancery in he counties of Franklin. Cliilteinl.-ii.Wash. inginu. nnd Orleans, shall bo removed In, mil entered upon iho docket nf the Su. oreuie Court nnd Court ot Chancery next in be hidden nl llvd-park iu iho cotinly of Lamoille, In bo finally tried and determined n s ml count t , Pi nvidnl hoicever. No action or bill shall he sn removed unless iho idaintiff'aiul do 'eudaiit live within llie county : or thu olamiiff wi'hiu siiel county nnd 'defendant wnhiiui this Sin'o ; or the defendant hv5 .villnii saul ci-iioly and Ihe p'oiuliff with ml this S'me; nr the mailer in contrn-. versy ho nb-iut Ihn lii It- nf lands lying and being in said county. And it shall bo Ilia Inly nf the several clerks nf the Supremo poiirl nnd nf Chancery in Iho counties of Franklin, Chiiiendeu, Wncliinglnn. and Orleans, in deliver over, nn demand, the files nml nil the papers in his co-Unly, prnp. er in bo used nu Hie trial nf such actum r hill. In nny per-nn who may be appointed bv the Judges nf ssnl coon, in receive the ame ; also it shall bo the duly nfsiich clerks u deliver river tn tho persnti appointed, true nnd attested copy nf what is wriilcn concerning such actions nn tho docket kept' by such clerk for which services Ihe chirk -hall bo paid twerilv-five cents in each ic lion. by iho pliiiuilT nnd iho same shall be taxed in the plaintiffs lull nf cnsl. Sec 12. Thai there shall be uno probata district in said county, consisting ofthe) whole tract described in iho hnes"nf said -nuniy, which shall bo d-noniinalcd the Prabale District of Loinoille. Sec. 13. That tho S icretary ofSlatebe. and ho is hereby direcotd lo cause this act in be published in all iho newspapers irii Monlpehor, ns soon as may be. Sec l-t That this act shall lake effect immediately upon the passage thereof, Approved, October 14, 1836, An acl incuijioraiine l.iu-rary and Scieoiifio Aim cialiuns, IT is hc'cby enntted. That whenever any number of persons shall voluntarily as. sociato for tho promotion ol literature and science, llin members of each am) every society so formed he, and they are, ind shall be, a body corporate and politic, and may weume such came ts a majority of the