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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 17 May 1842

Jtiiwklntrw n tMs iJniirr nrc jmfiUshrti tftc DuUfc rtcrs, litsoluttons, JLntos, nmic Sreattcs, itonfcrujit Slottcrs Etc. of tfie SdittcH Statcs, 2Ja autliority. H- BELLj Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. MAY 17, 1842. VOL. VIlNO. 2. 1S FURLISIIED EVEBVT TUESDAY JIORMXG 2T XORTII EXD OF T1IE I1EIDGE, BV J. COBB JR. by whoin all ordcrs for printing, Books, Pam phlets, Bills, Cards, &c, of cvcry dcscription will be neatly and fashionably cxecuted, at sbort noticc. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. Villa-cubscribcrs, $5,00 Ililubribcrs, 5,00 IndividualsandCompanies wliotalccatlheoflice, 31,TC, nr l,30centslf paid in six months. Companlcs on stage roaira, 51,75 Tlirac wliu lake of Toslriilers, .... $5,00 1 fnot paid at tbe cnd or the year 82,25. Companl'sand Imllvidualsofr tlic route . 1,75 nr 1.50, if paid ia six rannihs. Nora:emlUcontiiiiied iinlilarrearazcaare naid. exceDt at llie optioa ntihtt proprieior. No payincnts to Carneriallowcdex- ceiorderc tty me piopricwr. Ml cnmm'jnica...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 17 May 1842

nr.d passengers in the long boat. Djring thai day thc stiiors nnd passnegers continucd bail ing the boal and rowing. Thit was Tuesday; innt night, about 10 o'clock, thsy commenced ihrowing the passengers out of the long boat. The first I heard was a passenger by the name of Owcn Riley. I hcard hltn cry to a Scotch svaman lo speak (o tho sailors to sparo Iiis lifc. I don't know v!io was the next man they pui our. They caoght hold ofFrancis Askins and put him out. He. :oa first called to the .cotcli woman to speak to Ihe sailors to spare J:is lifu. as Ijc thougfit vlie had so much inflii-i-nec ovcr them. Mra Edgar isthis Scoich wDiniD- Fiank Askins had two sisters in the bti.it.. O.ie was named Mary. Shc said if they threvv her brother over, they might throiv ner ovor nfier him. After they ihrew himo ver. they threw her over too, and thet they looked for, and threw the other sister, Ellen, ovcrboard also. Holmes ihen caught hold of :i passenger, namcd ames Black. ite askcd Who is this...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 17 May 1842

perpretratod by tho Loco Focos at the recent cbarter elections in that city. They prove in ftie clcarest manner, what tho Locofocos ex pected and how much they are likcly to gain in the facilities for frauds afforded by their rc peal of tlie Registry Law. Th Deel. We understand that Wise and Stanly have bcen cndeavoring to fight a duel, but have been prevented by the arrestofboth parties by tbecivil authorities; the former in "Washington, and the latter in Baltimore, i The Jeoders of the Rhode Island insurgents, ! Dorr and 1'ierce, are now in v asmngton. Tbey prcsented themselvcs to the Presidcnt, !but met with no favor. The correspondcnt of the N. Y. Express, says that by nine tenths of I tbe intclligent people they are regarded as trai- tors, and dcservc the rewanl duc stich encmies of the public good. mm Cosjecticot. John M. Niles has been el- ected bv thc Lezislature of Connecticut, U. S. Senator, in place of Ferry Srnitli, whoso term of scrvice cxpires on the Sd ot March HCXt '...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 17 May 1842

PROBATE NOHCES. STATE OF VER.MUINT,? District of Addison, ss. S te it rcmembcrcd Ihat at a probalc court held al Shoreham in and for the couniy of Addwon on ihe-tth ilay of May a. d. 1842. Vaar Cl.ioan aiul .Martha Ckment. iicrsons Inteiestcd la the .rtafol jfAMl'EI. linMCNWAV. Iie bf mU ainrrhain decra.-Ml. nwve the court Itat paitlUon & ile d.-OTed, and Ulil fonnnisrioaei.. Le appoluled ftr Uiat pur ijse.tiie-aid51sr:liaJiarIngJcrleillliislifc it la llierefbre or 'tncd tliat ihe sjiJ Ciiiiman aiul laaac Clenienl catiseno licetotxrEivfn wall peisou liitcreani lo airar U-forc salil rou'n al a scJ'Mi Uiwcuf lu Le hrld at tue office ol" O. IIXverB.1 Esq.ln Shoreham 011 Wedneslay Uv lst day or June next al um o'olock in llie afteruoon, atwhichlline and place llie said Court will apjxiint t-'uinmbsiouets lomafce partiuon orUieaid cstate as aforcsaM, by puMUliliis ace.tlfied cupy brttibOorik'r in llie Middlebury People's Presa a newgpaper tiuhlishedallllddle hnry in uid lJiaiiicr, th...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 24 May 1842

iftUfttebttr Xn this iJajjer arc jmfiltslirtr thc BuWtc rtcrs, Htsoluttons, Snfcw, juIjUc SErcartcs, Uan&rupt Qoticas Etc. of tlic dm'tclr Statcs, JJa Stitliorftg. H. BELL, Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. MAY 24, 1842. VOL. VII NO. 3. IB NJBLISHED EVERY TUE3DAY JIORNING AT XOUTII EXD or TIIE 11RIDCE, BY J. COBB JR. by whom all orders for prinling, Books, Pam phlcts, Bills, Cards, &c. of evcry description will bo ncatly and fasliionably cxccutcd, at short noticc. TEfiMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. V'ill.i;esubrtriber9, ...... Mailsubcribcrsf ...... IiiJfTidanlsand Compnniet who take at the office, or l,50ecntaifpaidin six montlis. Compantea on stajeroiites Thoaa who takc of rostritlera, ... If not paid at the end of tlie year $2,35. Companiesand indivlduals off tlie route 52,00 e.00 51,75, 51.75 52,00 1,75 or i..utii im inaix monms. Tio pa;?rsdiscontitricd uatilarrearacs are pnid, cxccpt at the oitl-mof t!n proprietir. XopayincutMu Carnersallowcdex- cept ordered by the piopr...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 24 May 1842

The following is a statcmcnl of the proba ble nmount ofthe rcciepts into thc Trcasiuy to meet the expenditures during thc ycars a bove mentioned, provided the scale of duties on imports now subraittcd by the Department shall beacceptable to Congress. Proballe reciepts into the Trtnsury in 1842. Customs, to 30th June 1S42, 88,000,000 00 Customs, to 2Jst December, 1812, 13,721,GC7 00 Lnnds, for thcycar, 1,000,000 00 Treamry notcs issucd, 5,000,000 00 Loan of 1841 and 1842, 1 1,331,023 12 Miscellancous sources, 100,000, 00 839,202,000 12 Ftvldblt receipts for 1 843 Customs, 27,443,335 00 Lnnds, 2,000,000 00 Miicellancous, 150,000 00 29,593,332 00 Proballe Receipts fur 1844. Cuttnms, 27.443,335 00 Lnnda, 2,000,000 00 Miscellaneous sources, 150,000 00 20,503,335 00 Tolal, 93,339.300 12 It will bo seen that among tho rstimatcd re ceipts jnto tho Tieasury, thc fund accruing frora the sales of buplic Iands is includcd- 1 he duties proposcd in the bill submittcd be ing in many instances high...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 24 May 1842

branches, was vetoed by Gen. Jackson. In 1637, Mr. Calhoun, introduccd a bill 10 give away the public lands to tho States where lo cated an injustice so obvious, tliat even Lo cofocoism dared not assumc thc reponsibility ofpassingit. Tims all pnrtics have in suc ccssion ncknowledgcd thc propriety of a dis iribmion, wl ich, by thc passuge of Mr. Clay's Rill at the exlra scssion, was happily consum matcd vponiUf, most equitable piinciplcs, and ihe public domain rescucd from tlic various .,;U. sntiandcnnff. and rr.ercpnarv nrniceN wbich political nspirants miglit sco fit to d- ' Jopt. To tlic fricnd3 of protection, the strongcsl argument in favor of the bill, was ihc fatnl in fluencc of the fluctuating income from Ihe pub lic lands upon their favoritc policy. This had vaicillnlcd for years prcvious to 1837, frotr. 3 to 15 million; and in 1S33, its enor mous exccss was made the foundalion for thc repealof thc bcneficial taiiff of 1628, under which the country was nevcrmoreflourishing. S...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 24 May 1842

PROBATE NOIICES. STATE OF VERMONT, Dislrict of Addison, ss. TiE llremembercd that at a probate conrt held al CkAlvim !n iJ ........ A.Ttitnn ntl t!ie4tli day of May a. D. 1842. Isaac Cliipman and Alirtia Clemcnt, pcrsons lnierested ln the retate of SAMUEL DEMENIVAV, !n f or sald Shoreham deccascd, niove the court tbat partiUon & iistnbution of the rcal estate or uweald dceeascd beretofore set ..fr nnd 9tsi?nnl ln Martha Ilemenway widow ot the said de- cea9edfiiranddurlnsfaernalurallife,be made among beirsof t'.e dceeascd; and thar commissioners be appolnted for that pur posc. the said Jlartha having degiarted thii life u b tbcrefore or-di-ri-ri, that the said Isaac Uhipman and Isaac Clemcnt cause no tice tubcgivento all pcrsous lntcretled to appear before sald ronrt, at a segsion thereof to be Jield at the office of U. ILEverest lq.intiliorebam on Wednesday the lst day of June neit at oiic o'olock ln the aflernoon, atwbicbtime and place the said Court wiU appolnt CommUsioneis to...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 31 May 1842

Ufttebnr ffeopk'g fltc asar n thfs Vavt arc jm&UsJtrtr thc 3uMtc rtrcrs, Hcsolutfons, Slafos, 33uI)Uc arrcatfas, Banfmtpt JlottcM 22tc. of tlic fctuftcn Stntcs, 2J2 Slutiion'ta. JJ. I3ELL) Editor and Broprictor. MIDDLEBURY VT. MAT 31, 1842. VOL. VI1--NO. 4. p riBLisiiKD rvi:nr toespay moening at north enu or Tnn briuce, nv j. cor.c JK. n n n n td i I u- ivhom all orders for printi, Books, Pa Pam- ..hlcts, BiUs, Cards, &c.,of evcry (.escripuu. Slbcncatly and fwhfonoWy cxccutcd, at ion siiort nolice. 7ERMS OfVhIsEVEHTK VOLUME. S2i00 sj.no SI''5' IJ lill.-lssaW,1,crs . ." , anics oa stn;c rnulci. l-ava ivaoUkenf PorHer, ",'i,;,,.iisan. lridiliJuiliirih0Iontc '!jilimiMnejfmXr ', ',' ,,rt',"Prn?ri.:r..Nopayinnttoi;arncrsallocIcx. .';CSai:o"J?.V AGRICULTUllAL. oMVf vn rnn X FOR FODDER . rj, r r. , , r- To Ihe Editor of tle New Engfond Farmer. Dcar Sir.-Your papcr and others havc said inUch aboul soinB corn for foddcr, but 1 have ot M nny arlicle contam.Dg full dircct.ons for raisi...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 31 May 1842

down such communications as were volunta rily oflcted ; which information was needed for the judicious action of Congrcss. But pc titions havingsince flowedln froni all clasies m the coramunity, and from all parts of our ruunlrv, warmly recommending that our na tionnl industry bc protected by Congress, and rfie tidc of populaniy strongly setting in favor ,.fil nrnntinrr nolip.v. IrtR scales hnVC latelv ilfopped from thc cye's of many of thc Loco Foco cditors; and they now prelend to great zcal in favor of the system. 11 mcy arc sin. ccrc ipsrend of abusing (ho Whigs, those edi tors liad lietleradinonish thcir friends in Con "ress to give a hcarty support to the system ; .ind although lale, both the Whigs and Iho country gencrally ... . , .1 r . wiHthank them fof lr luainnpmconue i.i.sHKciy io m.-u service. Iftlip.y will pursuo this coursc, 1, for one, snai. ucueve weu 10 ino cause ; uui, on !pil n i: i t nie rcvcrsu, u incy aiiempi 10 sow ui&curu uu- ry senaOile man must conclud...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 31 May 1842

Resolved, That thegrowmg of irool is em. nhatically Ihe grand interest of tho tnhabitants oVthis Siate, and the only ono in whieh we can successfully compete with pur sister States. Resolved. TBot as citizons of tho brcen f..n.:n Smtn c demand of Congrcss ade- tpialc protecnon to this great staplc article of homo production. n.i..,i That toscthcr with a reasonable dutv unon -ol we think it rigtu and proper that a proporiionate duty should ne iat-1 upon wooleiis, that the manufacturor may be enabled l0 prosecute his bufiness successful!, ot tlic sa,ne timo paying a reasonable price for the ivo'ol iic manjitacturcs. LOCO eONVENTION. The Iasl Ioco Slate Convoniion passed a yesolution concurring with the tarilT resolu tions ofthe Vermont Lcoislature of last fali. 'What a ckange has come over the spirit of their dream' sjnce last June, when the same convontion passed a resoluticn dcclaring that domeslicindustrymust regulale ilself,' which was ndvocated by somo of tho very same men. What ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 31 May 1842

jew Goods. mllE subscribersare now recejving their stoek Jpbhh 8MMMn& ComprWngbesides , thcir ordinaiy t-f every descr.pUoD-a o r m wlbesoU as ,UrD "II, Ll ofl crs orc .. tl.is lown or county ! Vay 9 ?W A. CHAPMAN&SON. KOT1CE. rfiiHE subscribcr fas oorharid a lai-c assoit- faib-,s, which h. offers for l. reducedp.. "Brist.., May 9, 1842. JjlOw frP Ilclief for Hartl Timr-s. i. fTnrrol in t!iT: fiinrknt. lnan weru cver uuuiu uu-. ; i.falmosl evcrv variety, which wpre boughl with Casft, al the prescnt exlremcl?lois prices I . i ...ltu ...:n ir nncfie fhnt pnnnot fail I nnu wnit.ii a"u i" o suil tho purchnscr by A. Fratccis. -Anpp.TS T'inr- wlsliin'r to consuH econ orov will do -wcll to examine a large sloch jut receircd by A. FUANC1S. AD1E'S and Chiliiren's.Bbrmcs sy Hoods t - i i.. t r-ci. ions, very l',w nnw receiving byAJFnANCl5.p DOZ. Hosienj and Glover; al.uist cv every variety at less tban half Ihe usual 6 priresby A.FKANCIS. Eslateof Erastus E.Blin '.Ve. the'subscrilicrs...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 7 June 1842

jtoe. n tlife J3aj)cr are imu-Ushrtr the JufiUc rtcw, Kesoluttons, 2afos, jjuijltc Creatfcs, Banfeniiit iQotfccs Etc. of thc HJmtcir States, J3n scmnorftn. H". 33ELiij Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY YT. JUNE 7, 1842. YOL. VI1NO. 5. mht IS rOBLISIIED EVERV TUESDAY JIOENISG AT NORTH ESD OF TIIE BRIDGE, JIV J. C O B B JR. by whom all orders for printing, Books, Pam - phlets, Bills, Cards, &c.,of every description will be neatly and fasbionably cxecuted, nt short notice. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. VUIaceubribers, MaUsnlwcribcrt, .. ja jjvjtfiiarsnti'l Cnmpames who take attre oflice, or l,50ccntsif p.ild in slx months. Cniapanics on stajerouts, 7"i m whn iafc of Pn-itriders, . . . sioo Si,,i,. si,75. sz'fio tfnp-ti:n no:i!m.iMun!ilarrea7acsarepaid(ePDtat thc S; AticonimjiucaiionsmustbeadiirefiFcdto the editor rosTPin 3IISCELLAATE0US. THE HYMNS 3IV MOTHER SU.NG. There arc no Lymns to me morc sireet Tlian tliose my mother tunj, WbcD jojouslv around her fcet, Hcr litllc childien cl...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 7 June 1842

all occasions to be on good tcrms with. .r. (i ilui di.ru of irony and arcasm with terriMe ctrcct-itickiiig ope here. Knothcr thcrc, and a wiru n his vicunj uikwiuh-.j r . . -. r vet th-rcseemsnottobe the least particte of "malice i his composition. He has a most km.l-hcnrted, benevolent disposition, nboun with irnod humor, pleasantry and sociable quat Ui"e. Hiscareer.n the Senate brought him nrominently beforc the American People, and Moecially the wbUrs bv who.n ie is greatly re ?L.;i l i.imir;,l. " If the word 'Chivalry' - .. i. i. ivnthna with DBin. nna had nnt bcen made ridiculous by its bo frequent se by certaiu well known cbivalrous gentle inen of ths South, I would say that Mr. Cnt tenden h a personification of the chivalry of the West, as he certainly is old Keutucky. No man could be more warmiy ana coramiiy wei comed back to that body than Mr. Chitten den. . Whatever may be the tilts he may havc with his political opponents in the Senate; howev er severe the tbursts, and m...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 7 June 1842

. l,l,. mt throuirh -ofuselyspent or irrciii"j --o r i r ntiMin nr. npjrliconco or irauu:. v ,e gross u-fa ? ni,(Tress who nro at T5tl,i' 'i ILtaken by a lcmpest of retrench ,tlenSTreform,aredireciingit3 fury upon nt anadyWeakandin3dequate dcfenccs of ccouniry. . ieal and permanent lM?tlr, ;;,WieMrrice,.he secret pur- (t!w"c - . .1 Dn,litMro in the 1-iw- p03e is 10 ,tnl"''veniie cansistent witlr national ,et stannard 01 ' . . . ll emiiris fixedatthe lowest' til tne iar" " -t.nn 1 .Uience un ..Ittcflon. I TiSwnie determination wkecp down a pr - etariffivhich induces the loco party to op- 0Se t trenchmenl and rcform. But ve t-li.mld ,aj cscnped the earthquake. Tho towns of ..yOl reuc .... r -r .1.- tirlfTlc-. M:.Ut J P ln; 1,n o-,M l l, nriff . ccreIv regret, shouiu me irienus ui iw. : -T l.,l. ),ruiI-lC5 of -nnc.instliutea mapirny ui LleMslature.and whosostrenglh " ,u" S-nth,l,e peoplc, howerer jus.ly they Z e for .htreduction ofu expenduures hsomuchabound(fIlcUld safllr thcmselves S...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 7 June 1842

1 t 1 JXew Goods. rjtHE subscribers are now receving tbeirstock CcmurhifX Desiues uicir uiumai) r eve y des " i.ion-aU of wbich may be relied uronasoftb.firstqualityjand w.ll be sold as . ' ,,i....i,,r. ;n t I,t5 lown nr county May S, 1842. A. CHAPMAN & SOft. xnTICE. npHE subscriber haa on hand a laige assort--3- ment of Cabinet Furmture of ihe lalest fashi.ms, wh ch he oUcrs lorfeie ai reouceu pri c" DAV1D L. ANNAN. Bristol, May 9, 1842. l;10w ft-P Relief for Hard Timos. Nnn- recievinc. a laracr STOCK of GOODS tban wcre cver before ofl'ered in this market, ofalniost everv variely. whicli wcre Uovghl with Cash, at tlie prcscnt extremcli low prices aml wbich will be sold at prices that cannot fa'tl o suit thc purchascr by A. Fkaxcis. fiARPETS. Those wishirig to consult econ- omv will do well to examioe a large stock just received by A. FltANCIS. "ET ADIE'S and ChMim's.Jionnett fIloods JLi and iiimminjs; a largefsupply Latest fash ion, verv l"w now receivinj bV A. Francis. flTilO ...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 14 June 1842

Xn thfo Uajrr arc jmbUshcii the iJuWfc rtcrs, ftcsolutumjs, Zafos, SJuWtc Srrattrft asanlmtpt iiottrcs Etc. of thc SJnttrt Statw, Ujj atitnorttn. BELLi Editor and Proprietor. MIDDLEBURY VT. JUNE 14, 1842. VOL. VII NO. 6. 6l PDBLISHED EVEK5T TUESDAY MOKNING XOKTlt END OF THE BBIDGE, BV J. COBD JK bv whom all orders for printing, Books, Fam- short notice. TERMS OF THE SEVEMTH VOLUME. firtarubscribers j 1 1 50ecntilf paMln sU montlis. Companica on se ". .... TI,swhotkof roride . . 82,00 9.00 51,74, S1.75 5S.00 ' S?Uronfthl proprietor. No paymentsto Cmcnallowed ex. 3IISCELLANE0US. THE 1NDIANS AND THE STEAM BOAT. The first stcamboat that ever ascendcd tho Rpd River, was called the Western Engineer. hwasa small, low vcssel, then belonging to ! te the government, a3cended llie Red River about the year loiD or 10. on a voyageoi cxpiora tion' Tho funnel which is intended to car'y offihe smokc, and which ordinarily stanis up. riaht like a large pillar in the centrc of the boat, was so contnvc...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 14 June 1842

No 109 For compensation of threejudg cs. atone thousand eight hundred dollars each five thousand four hundred dollars. No. 110 For compensation of secrctary, one iliousand two hundred dollars. No. 111 For contingent expenses of tne Territory, threc hundred and fifty dollars. No. 1 12 For compensation and mileage of tho members oflhe Legislative Assembly, pay of officers, printing, staiionery.rucl. lights, en closing the Capitol square. and all other tnci. dcntnl and miscclhneous objccts, twenty thous and dollars, IOWA TERR1TORY. No. 113 Forsalaryof Governor of Jowa Territory, as Governor, ono thousntid five hun dred dollars; as superintendcnt of Indian af. fairs, one thousanl dollars; being in all iwo thousand five hundred dollars. No. 114. For compensation of three judg. vi. at ono thousand eight hundred dollars each five thousand four hundred dollars. No. 115 For compensation of secrctary, one thousand two hundred dollars. no. 116 For contingent expenses of the Territory, threo hu...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 14 June 1842

Bill also passed through Cotn- untipeano fl 0riates about 84,000. canery managed to procure a delay of senteSee lhn-t Bill makin" indemnitv to the State of and admiUed to bailhns nbsconded, and, forexpcnditures crcated by the defence of . ,; ha3 lhus be(, defeated of her due! , Committee and the Houte. BfflEd i b fo ep ed tbe Senate, and therefore, B,H Baa doic i -mendmeDt of ilie house fi(racoasuf".,, , i, Mr T?m. r? Mt m'S WMt iudBeinant and success. Th P.Sn -BHI . fi charse ofthe Chair ,, oftheCnmmiuee of Ways and Means. The 'ippoitionment Bill yet lmgers along in . genate.and a slow march it is making. Mr Vrhht will speak to-niorrow, Mr Aicher, ol Va. ., ..oppased. will reply. and MrBeriien.of Geo. "lose the debate. The question will hardly be nVen before to-mnrrow. Tbe clianer election "came ofip' to day. 1 ae Wbinsare successful ofcourse. Wiluam W. uto.v. Esq., the present popular Mayor, is ree re"edbya handsomevote. Thehonor could 0 have fallen upon one more worihy t.i receiv...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Middlebury people's press. — 14 June 1842

PROBATE JNOTICES. STATE OF VERMONT, District of Addison, ss. Be it remembered tliat at a probale court hcld at Middlebury, in and for the District of Addison, on the 18th day of May, 1842. Joseth Simnnds adrainNtrator of tlie estaie of F.BER U. MURKAY, lale of Whiting in the dUtrict of AddisoD,makes spjdication to satd cnuri to liave the time here lofoie limiled for paying ihe debls of said de- ascd extended one year frora ihe 10th day ol Juoe ISJ2: It is therefoie ordered, that said ap plication be consHered ita session of said ccurt 10 be he'd at ihe cfflco of liie Register of said courl in aid Middlebury on Wedoesday ihe 15lh day uf June next.at one o'clock in the after-no.-n, and iliat notice thereof be givcn to nll pcrsons itilcrctlcd, tliot they may appcar and mak their ol.jeclions, if any tlicy havc, to tho said time of paymont bcing extended, as aforcsaid, by publishing a ccr idcd copy of this order ii Ihe Mid bury Pcoplc's Prcss, a newsp.iprr printcd iu said Middlebury, lli...

Publication Title: Middlebury People's Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
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