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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 September 1847

aWT 55-M ess Official Accpiuit of the Battles of Contrcrns mul Churiibnsco. GEN. SUIELDS'S REPORT. llKADqlMtlTtiiS S. C. Regiment Volanlefn, San Auoumifr, Aug.13, IB'- I Ukskram Early on tbo morning or tho 20th inst. Col. Duller, !n pursuance of your orders, marched his command from the road running to tho south of his quarters, by which it was ru lrtcd many Mexican! were retreating rrom tlio field of Controras lo tlio City of Mexico. Ow ing to tlio thick patches of maguey ami n rag ged ratine, ho could not reach his position until ccvcral hundred of tlio enemy had pawed. At the regiment emerged from the mine into a field, extending to the road, which field was Hanked on our right by a stono wall, extending lo lh rovj and inclosing an orchard, wo discot crod largo masct of tho enemy in the road be fore us; and although they perceived us at tho aaine time, they wcru unablo to escape beyond our reach until every gun in tho battalion bad been brought to bear iijion tlicm i most, howev ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 30 September 1847

siavfcuituttfi. Cheshire Co. Agricultural Society An adjourned meeting of llio friends of 1 Ills Association was nuiucii M uiu wmwiiiiw House, In Keenc, on Friday Hie HJlli day of Srntemlier. 1817. Tlie meeting- was called to order by tlic President of tho former meeting, Col. Nei son CoNVEnsr., of Marlborough, and at his request the Secretary was excused, and Wi. Is. I'osTcn was elected Secretary pro In.,, It. being ascertained tlial an amount of subscriptions had neon oinnineii iuuickiii iu nutliorizo llio formation of a Society, it wni toted that ri Society be organized. B, Cooke, from the committco previous It annotated to draft n Constitution and By- Laws, made a report, which was accr-plcd, and a Constitution and uy.i.uws wereauopt cd as follows : CONSTITUTION. Article 1. This Society shall be known as the Cheshire County Agricultural Soci. cly. Art, 2. The object shall lc llie promo tlon of Agriculture, and of tho Mechanical and other productive industry oflhe County. AnT. 2....

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 October 1847

JB& limn out p ham. VOLUME XIV. BRATTLEBORO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1847. NUMBER 7. PUBLISHED EVERY TIlUltSDAY BY RYTHER &. PLATT. O. II. PIjATT, IJDITOIt. OVFICE..j(o. 2 wheeler's stoxe hciidiso. Tinxi. To single suhscrilicrs, $2,00 year. To Companies anil tlioc v, Iio pay In adraucc, a liberal discount vill t made. i: . II A K T , r it s li I o ii n b I c Tailor, No. 8 CmJlTE How, Brattleboro, Vf. (13) KUSliKSSCAltDS. IICNllY CLARK, Ac ext or Wixdium Couxtt Meruit. Fins Ixsckaxce CourAxv, (SS) Hmttlebtm, t. Ii . G . 31 E A D , Stttor"rt nnti counselor at anto, TRiCTICIXO IX TUC COURTS Or - VERUOXT ASD SEW HAMPSHIRE, Commissioner appointed to take proof ant acknowl edgment ol Deeds and other Instruments, to bo recorded or used In the State of New York Agent Tor the ,T!tna and lVotectiou Insurance Com panies, Hartford, Conn. insuring all kinds of property on the most reasonable terms. &1 JP. SIMO.VIfS, MixcrACTcnEH ax uruu ix TUDlES'i GeXTLEMEx'S, MlSSES' AXD CHILC-ReVs Il...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 October 1847

' ii'iiiraftlailli Speech of Hob. Daniel Webster, Dtlircnd at At Mastaektuetts IHkj Statt Con reiUwn, WJ at SirinsfaU, m Wtdnadaj, Srpumber J, 181?. Tba President introduced ibe Hon. Dak hi. Webster to tbe Convention, who wai greeted with hearty and prolonged applause. The distinguished Senator then com menced an able, argumentative, and unu aitallj interesting and important speech, which was of aa boor and a half 'a duration, lie defined his portion upon the war and the questions growing oet of it, with dis tinctness, boldness and firmness. After aomo statesmanlike comments upon the character of governments, tbe duty of alle giance, tbe constitution ao far as it relates to tbe vat-making power, and the call for a firm discharge of his dutj, which the pre sent nomination of oar State officers makes upon every patriot, he proceeded direct! to the war topic The crisis now at hand needs consider ate, energetic, and constitutional action. Dut he deprecated stolen! rnovententa. Vio-1 len...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 October 1847

VERMONT PHOKN1X. Windham County Agricultural Fnlr. TIio.Anniiiil Fair of tlio Agricultural Society of this County, took placo on Wednesday of this week. The nil that could bo desired, and tlic nltendatico from various part of Ihe county tcry numerous. Tlio articles anil ani mals exhibited were highly creditable, and many of them of very superior quality though infe rior, on the whole, it is Mid, to those exhibited at the Fair of last year. Thero wero on tho ground some of tho best specimens of Working Cattle we remember to havo seen ; and also the finest Sheep, as regonls both their silo and the quality of tho wool. There was not so great a variety of thorough-bred Cattle as we expected to see, though there were some very superior Durhams and Ayrshires. The show of Fruits was also v Cry good, par ticularly apples, pears and peaches , and we no ticed a jar of preserves from the farm of Mr l'ufus Ciark, containing forty different varieties of fruits. There were also some fine specimen...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 7 October 1847

trotn tlit WrmOnt Agriculturist, Preservation of Manures. Tlio tillage lands of Vermont cannot bo improved without manure, anu tne irugai and thriving Tanner will be juat aj careful to preserve and increase tno amount 01 tins essential article, as ho will to secure anil oreservo the crons which nro tho produce of his farm. Hence it becomes an important question with every farmer, how he may most ctleetually increase mo iiuamuy nnu preaerre the quality of his manure. Many farmers havo not the means of doing all that is desirable in this respect, yet all can do something and I will state a Tew sun' pie things which I have dono for this pur Dose, and which all can dn. 1. Prepare the barn-yard. The best way is to havo it dishing towards the centre, the sides of tho yard being but slightly inclin ed, allordiug agoou opportunity tor tne cat' lie 10 stajiu or lie, wiiiieiuo wasn is an turn ed towards the centre, the centre itself be ing more deeply excavated, to receive tho manure. If the ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 October 1847

?Jaaftl!.-dM.',:. HaPpSJfSSSVltSJSaSBl u-iMnw- 1111 mi) ninnm VOLUME XIV. BRATTMB ORO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1847. NUMBERS. rDJiLisiiED uvcnv FIUDAV BY BYTHEH tV PLATT. O. II. PLATT, EDITOR. OTTICE.....XO. 3 wntrLtu's sio!e ontniNu. Terus-To single subscribers, i 2f)0 a year. To Companies, and those who pay Id adranre, liberal diicount will be made. BUS I IVES 8 CA-RDS. E. II A It T, rns hi on tattle Tailor, No. 8 GlUXITC HOW, ltRATTLIIIORO, VtJ. (13) IIENIIY CL.AUK, Agcxt or Wixmuu Cocxir Mutual Fire Insuoaxce CourAxr, (5S) JJratlleion, IJ. attocuj) nnti (Counselor nt Unto, riucncixo ix tiie courts or VERMOXT A XI) XE ' HAMPSHIRE, Commissioner appointed to take proof and acknowl 'I "uent ol Deeds and other Instruments, to be . 'irdcd ortued In tlie State of New York. A .rent for the iEtna and Vrotectlon Insurance Com panies, Hartford, Conn. insuring all kinds of property on the most reasonable terms. M mascfacturer xvtt dealer isr LADica', Qestleiics's, Mitsu' axd CuiLDua'a Boots, Sh...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 October 1847

"!' "" linnm mim ! ill ii .1 The Battles of Contrcras and Clin rnbosco. The following dear n J admirable description of the march and achievements of ttio American Aimy, under General Scott, from the day of it leaving Pucbla, says Ore New York Courier & Eiiquircr, will bo read with universal interest Stv Avnr.rn. Mn . Aurast 3t. 181'. Wa left Ptirhla on the morninc of tlio 7th, nml entered upon a beautiful rolling country of ere at tenuity, supplying wun us jranrcna un haUtanU of Pucbla with food, and surrounded by lofty mountain, some of which wens covered with snow. Our road was gradually ascending and so good that on looking back from the head r tl ralmnn. our train could bo seen for miles in rear, dotting with its now white tops tho ma guey covered plain. On our left was Fopocata pctiand Iscatafotl, tlio snow on their not distant tops rendering the air qmto chilly. Gen. Scott did not leave with us, but came on the next day with Capt Kearney's dragoons. ' Tho second day's mar...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 October 1847

New IlAMrsmnK. Tho SUlo Convention of the Independent Democratic anil Liberty mrty was bold in Concord, week before last, and at tended by a largo body of iniclligcnt men, from alt parts of tlio Slate. Asa i owlcr, Esq. of Con' cord, Has President of tlio Convention. On the vote for a candidate for Governor, 363 ballots were cast, of which Nathaniel 8. Berry, Evp of Hebron, had 201. Delegates wcro appointed In a National Convention to bo held at llufTalo, on tho 20th of this month, and Hon. John 1'. Halo nominated for President, subject to tho decision of. said Convention. US" Tho lost Court naocrs of the Common Picas of Cheshire County, N. II, which wcro stolen from tlio Clerk's office, wcro destroyed by fire by tho rogues who purloined them. Some remnants of the Clerk's trunk, and fragments of the papers have been discovered upon a public road leading from Kecno to Roibury. No clue has yet been obtained to the villains who perpe trated this robbery, Gnui Storm at the South. The Wa...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 October 1847

ftovfcuuuvni. Method of obtaining Lnrgc ntitl Fair Fruit. It is said that a gentleman who lias dur ing tho last year exported apples to London, to bo retailed at it ahilline a niece, lias ob laincd fruit of tho largest dimensions and finest (juslily by the following method : In the first place, ho takes particular care to keep his apple trees irec irom an worms, caterpillar, and other destructive insects; alter having bestowed them in suitauio soi and reared them according to the most ap' proved method of cultivation. After tho apples aro set, as they are com. ine to maturity, lie iudscs whether they arc too numerous for the capacity of the tree to bring to maturity, or lor its branches to sus tain, should tho fruit como to its usual growth. If to, by means of Inch step-lad dsrs, constructed so u to sustain a person among tho higher or lower branches of the trees, without at all depending on the body or branches, he causes tho surplus to be carclully ptckod oil, selecting tho most u...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 October 1847

licimont jJhctmx YOLUME XIV. BRATTI.EB ORO, FJfcfcDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1847. published every Friday by ItYTHEB tV PLATT. O. II. PLATT, EDITOIl. OFFICF XO. S WIIKZLKR'a BTOXE bctldixo. Tan lit, To ilntlo subscribers. Companici, and those who pajr in ad rant, & lilcrnl uucoum win DC mailt. BUS I MISS CARDS. K . II A IE T , F II ft ll 1 O M II It I I Tlilli.1. No. 8 Gbaxite Row, BiuTiLtnoiso, Vi . (13) HENRY CLARK. AoEXT OF WtXDIIAU CoVXTT McTCAL FlRK 1XSCRAXCE UOSIFAXT, 1) irallMoro, 17 Is. G . ME A I. SUtornrj; nnU (Counselor nt Unto, rniciiciKO ix the cocrts or Vermont and ne w Hampshire, CominUsioncr appointed to take proof awl ncknowl edgmcnt ol Dccdtand other Instruments to bo rcinrrlil n-n.A.l Intl.. Cm. .fV - Agent for the .Ltna nnd Protection Insurance Com panies, iiaruonl, uonn Insuring all kinds of property on the. most reasonable tcrnu. 51 JP. SM7IOj'JDS, yAXUFACTCRER AXD DtlLkR IV LADIES', GeXTLEHEX'S, MSESAXD ClULRRCX's Root, Shoes mill Rubbers, Hairs BuUJ'uu), nrarl) opp...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 October 1847

.as. 'rem (As .V. 0. Delta Extra, CU. 1 Later from Mexico. Confirmation of Geneixil Scott's entry into the Ctty of Mexico Me advance of General Lane checked ly the Guerrilla at the National unagc. The Steamship Alabama, Capt. W iodic, armed here at an early hour this morning from Vera Cruz and Ta.-npico, having left the former place on the 20th, and the latter on the awn uit, Cv this arrival wo receive the first num bcr of "The Genius of Liberty," a new pc per published in Vera Cruz by Messrs Mailt ewson Si Quinu, from wfiich we gather tin following information. There had been no communication be- tween Vera Cruz and the city of Mexico, since the news brougtit by the Alary Kings- land, already laid beforo our readers. Tho capture of the capital and the flight of the government to uuausinupe are, noworcr, placed beyond a doubt by letters received at Vera Cruz, ria Orizaba and Tampico. The following circular to commandants general of departments, dated at Guada loupe, September 14, wh...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 October 1847

r malevn the Cram ill Messrs 8nrrirua of Brandon, Cole of Mount Holly, (!oillrcy of Bennington, Carpenter of Pownal, Miller of Durmnerstoti, Arnold ot Londonderry, South gato of llridgcwatcr, Adams of Andovcr, llirrli nnl of Shorcliani, Carlisle of Goshen. Holbrook of Orange, ltlancluml of Venliirc, Hoot of Shclburnc, Ilobart of Wcstford, Wheeler of Calais, Unham of Warren, Ho of Walcrfiinl, French or Ilanlwick, Farrar of Kichfnrd, Snii- lie of Ilnkerrficld, Russell of Stowe, ronnovL of Wolcott, Fcrrin of Holland, Trouty of Newport, Iltrv! nf UV.ll f III nt.t It'1.!..... I of North Hero, Cooper of Isle La Mott. To equalize the Grand List Messrs Gootlhuo of Westminster. Holmes of Ilukbanlton. Hills of Arlington, Loveland of Norwich, Baldwin of Bradford, ilinuher 01 Ivwct, Andrus or ilerlin, Smith of Newark, Brewer of Knosburgh, Pago of llydo 1'ark, Hinman of Derby, Hows of I.u nenburgh, lirown of Grand Isle. General Committee ilostrn Smith of Wetton, Harwood of Kitpert, Howanl of Tow...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 October 1847

1 gtOtftttUttval. From Gatlord's Vim TsAiy. The Apple Tree Worm. There is a most mischievous enemy of tho apple, that otticks therruit only; and where it prevails is known as the apple worm. It is a true caterpillar, not a grub, like the plum and cherrjr weevils ; and is the larva) of the moth called Carpocapsa pamonella, the codling or fruit motli. A good description of this moth, with fig ures, may be found at page 230 of Hollar's work on insects. In somo years this apple worm has been to common in New England that n very large part of llio apples were rendered worthless by il. It is very rare in the interior of the states, but we have oc casionally met with it, and it is to be appre hended it will become s I ill more common. The moth appears in the latter part of June, and without puncturing llio fruit, deposits ils eggs in the hollow at the blossom end of the fruit, where the skin is most lender, and the worm the least liablo to disturbance At soon as the worm is hatched, which ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 October 1847

JSm J";' ' '"JPi- - Jn:iHT.,.i--;V ticinvont JJhccm if'.dri irr a- -i - , .. .' 2lJ Ith'l (" . f t " '(. ; J ..'W I . k ,r. !,,, ,f ." ft ',1 . WV'lt ' . JM - ) )' ' 4 V i , VOLUME XIV BttATTIiEB ORO, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1847. NUMBER lO. published every friday by ItYTIIEIt &. PLATT. O. H. PIATT, EDITOR. OFFICE o. 2 wiittm'i btoxe bcilbiko, Terms To slnglo subscribers, $3,00 a Tear. To Companion, ami those V.I10 pay in advance, a liberal discount will be made. BUSINESS CARDS. E . II X It T , V a h Ii i o 11 n It 1 o T 11 1 1 o r . No. 8 Qraxite Row, BtUTTLEor.o, Vi:. (3) IIENKY CLAUK, AoEXT op WixmiA Courtir Mutual FlRE Ixsurakce Coutast, . () . Ilmlddaro, II. Ii. . ill K AD, SMor'ra nna (Coiins. lor at Unto, t-racticikq l Tne courts or VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE, Commit. loner appointed lo take proof and acknowl edgment of Dcedi and otlier Inurnment', to bo recorded or cd In the State of New York. Agent for tbe ,Utn and Protection Insurance Com panies, llartford, Conn-iiunrine al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 October 1847

of crimson, on bring told ill to bo known by English that I did not tri or Americans. I do not bcliere that bo bad even a .supposition of inr errand. On me jour wrntli iiiould fall, if on any one. 1 know your affairs look gloomy j but that it no reason why I should be sacrificed. My, death can do your cause no good. Millions uf friends to your struggloln England you will loso if you condemn me. I say not this by way of threat) fot I know brave men are not aired br threats nor will brave men be vindictive because they are desponding. I should not hare said a word had it not been fur tho opinion of others, which I am bound lo respect. Tho scntenco you this day pronounce will go down to posterity wUh exceeding great distinctness on tho pago of history; and if humanity and honor mark this day's deci sion, your names, each and all of you, will bo remembered by both nations when they have grown greater and more powerful than they how arc. But, if milfortuno befalls mc t ahall In time have...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 October 1847

ili'Uj infrWuccrf nml rr.fi.irt J. lly Mr.Jlillors mitlce. lly Mr CuriHiitcr, for the improt riwnl ofhorscs; to committee on Agriculture. DyAIr Kittredge of ,St. .lohiubury, In addition to net pro) iding for tho wile of non-resident taml for taxes : to Land Tax committee. Ily Mr lltnkc, in addition tone ta incorporating HrnUlclwomiil 1.':,,.1lnm, Hailm-id Co.. nml 1'iissuniftMC uutl Connecticut llivcr ltailroad Co.; to comuiitlee on roads, l'roin the Senate, respecting Auditor cf Accounts! to committee ofVy ami Means - -alo, ViTirmtr. act of '40 regulating the sale of I medicine; to Judiciary committee nlso, grant-; ing n lorry to James ureuitncr; tocoinmiiico on i ttoniis. , llrsntuliont. llv Mr llnllock. Instructing com nilttco on lloads to in(iiirc into the expediency ! of taxing towns for roads Hint bridges in their vicinity in which they are interested: adopted. lly Sir Arnold, referring to much of tho Gover nor's message as relates to tho Mexican war, to a select committee) ad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 October 1847

A Little Farm Well Tilled. The greatest obstacle to tlio improvement of agriculture in New Knglem), ia lha pro penally of the farmer tlio mania, I might call it to men more land than he can till to adaantast. And it is thui that we leo scattered over the countr, Urge tracts of sterile, unproductive land, which, unucr rood cultivation, would field bountiful and valuable cropa. Not only the dictate! of eound philiaophy, but numerous lacli drawn from experience, are constantly and loudly callingupon the farmer from every quarter oceupif a small farm, and cultivate it well. This great truth ia already beginning to be understood in other countries, and is at tended with corresponding advantages. The densest population in Europe may be found in Flanders and J.ombardy, where the land ts divided intoamtll farms, and, be ing thotoughlv tilled, produceaabundant food for the inhabitants. And the experience of a quarter ot a ceniury in franco proves, that by the occupation ol too country under ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 November 1847

.1 II ' M iiJmlliiiiiK i .iiijii.iiMwtWi"ii J-asxjL ' --' ' Wi K0 n ft.WniMIM - MkW tO' '8 JaM - - i 1. r ' ... - VOLUME XIV. URATTIilSB ORG, IUDA, NOVEMBER 5, 1847. NUMBER 11. 1Y O. II. PLATT, EDITOIt. OFFICE no. 2 wniELXR't ttoxi bcildixu. Tains. To tingle subscribers, $2,00 a year. To Companies, and those who pay In adrenco, a liberal discount will I made. BUSINESS VARUS. E. II A It T, i' n h li I o 11 11 b I o Tailor, No. 8 Grixitk How, Hiittlecoco, Vf. (13) IIBNKY ULA1IK, Aoext or Wixdiiam CutiTt Mutual Vine IxaUKlNCK CUMPANT, (52) Bmtileboro, 11. Ii. C. MI3 AD, anorTB nnti Counsilor nt ante, rucTiciKa ix the courts or VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE, Commissioner appointed to tale proof and acknowl tedgmcnt ol Deeds and other Instruments to be recorded or used in the State of New York. Agent for the Aima and Protection Insurance Com panies, lLutford, Conn. insuring all kinds of property on the most reasonable terms. 51 J. SIlIOJ'JfS, mamuracturer axi dgaleu ik Ladies', Getlemcn's, M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 November 1847

YHRM8XT IiEGISIiATURIl. ' Monday, Oct. 2S. SENATE On motion of Mr Foster, tho Sen. bie proceeded to the consideration of too bill to e ecu re the right of mirried women. Several Or HA tor 4 fpoxe upon ine uui. JWe-Br Mr IBmball, from the Senators of Windham, in favor of bill altering limes of holding. County court in vvinanam eo., wun an amendment designating third instead of second Tuesday of September; amendment adopted, and bill went to a third reading. t l!y Mr Nash, from select commiltoo on tho subject, a bill pro viding that Treasurers of Savings Banks shall give bonds in such sums as may bo required by the Directors, for tho faithful performance, of du ties, and in care of a failure to do so, that tho office shall bo'decmed vacant, and supplied by nnniVr snnointmcnt I read and laid on tho table. BUt introduced Uy Mr Harrington, regulat ing moneyed corporations, renuirioir all corpora tions who receive deposits, except Banks of dis count, to elect a Treasurer, who shall give b...

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