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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 April 1841

b v Ho Ii a c e r e e l e y PRICE 0.\E CENT. Ii I! I dr.irr ? on to un?rr?tnad Ihr irwr principle* of thr (.oTrromrci. I njih ihcm carried oni?I a?k nothius snorr H?rri >EW-VOKK, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, I84l. o V TIC e no. 3 0 a \ n * t . VOL. I. *0. I. j CASE (>! RECORDER MORRIS. Opinion of Willi* Hall, Attorney firn?ri?1. on the ''-' V'1- of thr fnoHnri of Kobrrt II. ?lorri?, K< rorder of the < ity 0f ?w.Vork. k- ATTr>*vrv Gunexal's<>?, . Ai!.,n.v. Janua.-v ii. 1-41. !* ? ? I bavr iir honor to acklH>wledge the receipt of voyr Kx ""';'3*-' 1 '"???nmwnM'atH?!. together with a '?>;?? of IB* charge of K ?W If, .Morr,.. Eaq. Rrrord-r ..f lb* c::v of Ve? i ,.rk lo t?> ??rand Jury of thai County. delivered in Novembet last, itteation i? particularly directed to th- p<.rti-?u of the ?-h.lr?, * . - Recorder details the manner ia ?u:fJ- to*- ??-iiav?ny taken >-? I - the examining mari-trate on a ? bsryc aga u-t James K. Cleat- ? ? >rtB -a made public, u'ml...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 April 1841

4 , e/iuxsra* *?"" rOuld cot -lrssp fi'T r<.o inexpressible '?- ". ......... - thru chair*, ?.. Kor,? u> *-cro. rtepi~d riven -? ? ? \ .... ?,? .ft,,,, ??? di-tre*.. if ?m mi in sh'"ot i" AC'S w?e?i.?n ?n- ?mrtnrJty g?**?? ?f* *? ? Stuart, in one of it* Ik**Constitution h?<. porn ?i ? ? ? 1t-, ?.c?!.,' aed v.Ul i-".-. b> iT?) P^iv-dy obedient Par J l*iSu"t?.e fr..r-:- of Ijberty wer* not to t- o.. ourags-d ?r di? ll k^tM,?! bv def< rt Kor the third tim*: th*> rallied to tbe conur-t. -I *.-?< MlktM ol \pril 17CO. ihr Cau*e of Liberty ir umroerl. >n l?o j.a.^ge, by the.Hr.uw of Common*, of ? revolution decU.-.og lie p sc.-ure of private i>aper> be illegal 1 Burke, in bis ' Shorl ?.".untof s lat? ?bort ldminwtr*\tK>o, rtiu ?.erat** atm.iur it* bnUu.ni achievements, ibe rep** nftaeAouwKan >t?mp Art.' ...nJ "toe rendering mvioUWi um esr/ei -<cr<u of fnr*4. ,\.p '?ma of burn***, t i i*? reeetntten far e<r*drm+t*g tkt ttiutrt , e' pof>er$." '...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 April 1841

Fuoeral Obsequies of the Uie President Harriion. Tbe Joint Committee on the pan ol lb* Common CVanr,], ?f ft. Chic? of Nrw York and Br,K.\i%nh.Te atrrre? upon ??e foi- | Inwiag programme of nnanncuiov^ for ^? solextumies ay the occasion of the death of William hkivict iiarkikov rr,vl,irni of the United Mate- to. take t Ion- .r. the Tin of Kew. York oa Saturday, 10th inst , Tbevhare unanimously elected General ROBERT BO 0*?HDI'?* a* Grand Marahi 11 the day, whi bas selected u.n> reaUeuien a- his aid. whose nwnei appear nereofter The Conmittec have agreed upon the foBowtng order of pro- ' Tbe procession will more from the City H*L at 12 oV.ork | ^,o.precUeN. and proceed op Chathan i Baat Broad - r r Bast*Bn?adwa3 to Grand street, thr. ugh Grand street lotto Bowery, up the Bowerj t< Fourteenth street, through Foaneenth street"to Broadway dow, Bn *4W*V :" Ouy Hall, whence it wtll tile off Under the aWuouofthe Grand Tn.- solemnities will be cooeduded as follower P ? er k? d e Ret D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 April 1841

T H EgT R I B f X E. NEW YORK, SATURDAY APKIT. Death of President Harrison* -ri ? ? i i- v . ? i..?i..r'-'l bereavement The paintul tiding* ??< a N <? on * P . .... .. "_f t1??' wind to ever* hn*t already been borne or. inc wins* ? ...?,,.? in NRY H \RRISI ?N portion ol our land. V>ILLIAM ric..***-* in so ?ok. ' The reliant Soldier, the *:.*? Statesman. tlV pure Patriot and honest Man sleeps the sleep of Death ! The bleeding heor:* and blanched countenance?) of a Nation apeak impressively the solemn truth which th* word* md trappings of wo so freblj cxpre-**. Th-wan. and valiant ?cadet in battle and counsel?the standard-be ir< r in the lata glorious**truggle lt'T deliverance from < nrrupti ?a aa I M ? rale. who*e simplicity defied the arts an I *h<r>? sagacity foiled all the devices of ajcuruting and i - o; ilous adver?arv ?the chieftain ruiw?ti up by Pr ?videneg to > ffect tt.ar deliver a-?co?in whose name and person was achieved trie moat ivt-r whelming pol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 April 1841

by no r a c e g it r: kle y, price o>r n:\t. THE SEW-YOBI TRifU.NE Will be published every morn.or. Sundays nifp? No. 30 Aon-MreM, New-York, Aud delivered i" City Subscribers f"r One Cent pet tory. Hail Subscribers, $4 per ououij in s Ivance. TO THE ADVERTISING PUBLIC. In t!i- nope ofscenring a wide and ?eiieral Advertising patron: W-ivor, of our friend- 1 .i! be ia.erH.-J nil f.itiber notice at tae 't"-iu? r<:duteil rj'.i ?? I r r. ?' H ADVr.RTISF.MEST OK wdre line* or 1?; iver %ix), first insertion. .?O c j. for ??eh Htb?eq leas insertion. -?> ?0. for Mix ins< r: 0 w, or one Week.*1 SO Do. for T w('i::<-fi ?< irtions, or one month.>*.! (MJ I.carer Adv< ? ? meat* at equally favorable r?t<?. For Fire 11 ' " ? : a!">v<- rat?-: Two lice-, n- ??? feiate rales?pay ab!< u ? 1 wm m advance. Spirit of the Press. From :).- I biladdphia American S'astin-!. Th*: Latk vw. Calamity. <3>-j.|..r<?.l by ? add-r.-d ari'l weopinc '?? f tho people, has nev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 April 1841

PRESIDENT TYLER'S ADDRESS. Te tke People ~jn *hc United Huitci. FrLLOw-CiTiZEK;: Beforo iny arriva! at the seat ol Gov?mm<?nt the painful communication was ma :?? to you bv fb? several Departments of the deepiv resrer -; William Hx5KT ELlbkuov, late President ??: the United States. Upon him vou had conferred your suftraffw for me first office in vour sift, and had selected him as your cftoseu buvuatcnl to correct and reform all such error? and at) ises a-, had manifested themselves from umetoome in tue prac? tica] or-ratioa of the Government. While standing at the tbrettoid of this great work, be has, by the dispensation ol an all-wise Providence, been removed from amongst us, and by the provision, of the Constitution the efforts to be directed to the ?ccomplishment of this vitally important taslc have devolved upon mv^If. This sam- "???:rr~v.< ?? ? ?>-'. the wisdom und sufficiency of our institutions to a new test. For the first time in oar history the person elected to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 April 1841

By tbis .uoruius's Soulhern Sail. r r?m Fi.??Kir?*.? Tl* WsuSaasce Sentinel of the 2d instant that tb* lodian? are fo?t leaving Tampa Bay for their bone* m the hr Upwards of 4M were already on t^-ir ?a\. Saaat3oiiea has ?<-nt word to Gen. Annistcod that be m-ed n<* send at;, mCSSOge to hiin. a- b<* would not go. Capt Kfrr has also captured 20 Indians with their Chief, Coox.1 Titftcnaggec- The Sentinel looks upon the war as * il! ojifimsbed, -ine-? Jon?-? j* yet aoconquered. <? itn intclhgcnrc. Poi.trr. OrrirK ?Tins ofli"- was h-.rte in table drapery and dosed a* far as i>~? Me on Saturday, only one of the lour :na gistrates,f,D*' of th<- three clerks, and one of the twenty officers being present L tde business v.?? therefore transacted, eno kein only being worthy of mention 1 . ;iritsH rtt-'rr-jrnzr.?Oa Saturd-iv morning while the whole citv was rife with preparations for tho rr-st funeral wlemniries pfa irreal and goo : man, a fellow named James Bogart, neither go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 April 1841

CASE OF RECORDER MORRIS. ?pinion of Willi? Hall. Attorney General, on the lesriility of tb<- rondnrl ofRoberi II. Jlorrt?. Re? corder of the C ity of ?vr.Vorfc. Arroi nf.v GlNERst's <>?>: r. Albany. Jan v. try 11. I-41 Sir:?I harr, tne honor U ackliowledge the r?-.eipl of your Ex eaileoaa/'a communication, together with ? copy of the charge 01 Robert H. Morris, Esq. Recorder of tin city of New Jork, to ?*? Crand Jury of th?: Cooatv, delivered .a November last. Mr att-ntion is particularly directed to the jK.-t.on of ""J-fV** when do the K.ef w.>r details the maarer .u which tne testiaiony URI a before the examining mac ?tr?te ..a a charge against:?asae* a. rienr worth .a. made p?,,l,.-.an f ,!-'. ?.. th .t portion -n ?hieb .h? kecoroer ? ?t?te? ths maauer of hi- M-iztag certa.n paper, in the potsesnon of a Mr. Pierce, belonging to the mid Glentwcrtbt and my optaioau d,. ?red. whether the proceeding, on those occasions are justified by me law of the land. There ,. r.o ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 April 1841

}3;Y Jl O R A C E V, R E E L E V. gPRICEj OlVE CENT. THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Will br published every morninr. (Sundays excepted,) at So. 30 Aan-rtreet, New-York, And delivered tu City Subscriber* for One ( rat per eopy. Mail Subscribers, $4 p<t annum in advance. TO THE AJDVERTISLNG PUBLIC. la the hope of sceunntj a wide and r.-n.-ral Advertising patr..n-.jc. thefaTor>..T-..'irfrif-n.|??.JO)ein-?rtpdtjllfurfbcr noun-; at tbe fol lo^ia? reduced rat?--. \iz: icr KaCII AIiVKRTlSKMK1"r or Twdvel ies >r le*? (over six). 6rat iasertioa. 50 Ctn. Do. for each subsequent intertion. 9S Do. f?r Mix in?ertionis or uue w-'-k .*1 SO V\> tot T?veiit y-fl rc insertioni. or one month .00 Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. F" Five lines, half the above rat?: Two lines, one-fourth ><f ????/.<? rao*,?payable In all cases in advance. from ? Tne Dial' (or April. THE OUT-BID. UFOS a precious shrine on** day I placed a ray and sweet boquet. Tne brightest flowers of my young ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 April 1841

T H E T R I B ? N E. ?KW-VORK. TUESDAY MORNING,- APRIL 13, 1341. Our fn< n l> will ;.!--?-? fjv..r u? with ???rly td?i- r" tor reaiill of tac Elation :n their vanou- Ward- and Diftrict-. Give u- the tMi? ?o each *m"?. ?f convenient, aot mcjorf.it* merely. A* e are ?xxi'.u- l" publi?h rorr-cl returns to-morrow. C We *?=t a food Whig fni^mTto -tani it **e'a poll in the CitJ tc-m?rrow. and ask the Whir-, after retiiur. to take Tut Tr.svnf.. Who will net for as 1 To -om- ose in ??ab District ?bo know- :i ?well, we -hall be rU.d to ;>*y ? fur .oapeawitioa. VM on u- tc-day. JCT Our Subscribers trill p!ea?- pan tkt Carrier' sixpence p*r wwk aarf conaider themaelve* patronizing u- but dealiar - id-.t. anlv We w'-l r.'ir paper, tt. tl>?- Carriers, ajifi look u> tarx <>a!> for paymeLt. Wi do not dwire pay iu advance from City Sutj-tribe.--. (TT Citiren? of NVw-Vork : shall PHCENTX. the blamc \r-i- and proverbially upright Merchant, or Morris, the I'arty Jude? be chosen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 April 1841

To Ih<- l*o!Fs I j-j T>o Poll* in thr >.-*.-r.il Ward* and Districts will open at sun rye 28 minutes after 5 o'clock, and riuse ut sunset, 23 minute* le-fore 7, at -at )"U->? 'Of place?; Ward-. Dirt. I j.j. V. Broad ?trcct. gd. II Itroadway. 3d. 119 Broadway, between Cedar ar.<! Pice *tr? 13 Ut Second Ward Hotel, 5*3 Piassau -trect Vsj. Corner Beekmaa and Gold.streets, m l-t- 5'Conrtland rtrect 'Jd. 5 liar, lay -tr.et. T<*, -jr.- (,r.-. ii?irh. one do?i above Warreu street rv. ut. Shakspeaxe Hotel, corner Duaac and William-?ts. 2d. 25 Jamea street 3d. 96 Cherry street 4tb. 340PearLcorner DoverStreet V. !>t- IWCbapel street 2d. 32>* V\ a?biui(l<.n street, 3d IS-', Chanel street 1th. 153 Hud?on itrcet VI. 1st. Northeant corner of Broadway aad Duano -ire.:, formerly Clarendon Hr.u-? 2d. M<.n.-o.- llou.e. n.r. Pearl und Cl utrr -'.r- rv. 3d. Charh > W. Merritt's, comer <>f Franklin and Cen? tre street,. 4th. Swan llmi-r. "nrner r.f Mott ?'?::<! ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 April 1841

?. S. BAIYK REPORT. The Committee appointed at me meeting of the Stockhold en of the Rank of the United States, held January 4, IS41, to examine :he details of the statement, then submitted by the President, respectfully submit the following REPORT: . , The Committee priginally appoint*,], cottfstedoi Joenu ine <?omm.:tee onginaiij nppuuiicu,p Lippincott, Moses Kempton, Charles Massey, T"00?r' Cope, Richard Willing, and David Ktrkpatnck. Tu'ln-/" last narn-d gentlemen declined acting; and Ed warn Oies, James S NewboMaad Joha Bacon having we" " " fill the vacancies, the Committee were finally organized, by the election of Joshua Lrppwcott as Chairman, and George Sharswood as Secretary; and on the 29th day of January commenced the performance of the dunes aligned them. The Committee were accommodated by the Board of Di? rectors with an apartment in the Bank, and wer? from t:m to time attended by a Committee of that body, a* well as by the Officers and Clerk* of the Rank. Every faci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 April 1841

R Y H?R A C E <i R E E L E Y. PRICE OWE (EXT. THK NEW-YORK TRIBU.VE Will be published erety ou.raias. Sundays excepted,) at So. 30 Aan-?tro?>t. N'ew-York, Ar I Ii livered :?? City S ibscnben f..r Our Out per *?>;?}: M.<il Subscribers, $4 [>t annual 10 advance. TO THE ADVERTISING PUBLIC. \r. tu? bope ofsecuring :. ?id?- an.l yoncra: Advertising patronage, tb"fiv.jr- r.f our friends ?rill !?r invrted till further noiire at \b- fol? io-* in.* r.Mi'i.:cd rat?*-, vi/.: Fort r.ach ADvraTisrvrsT or Twelve line* or Ic.' . first insertion. 30 rt?. Do. for eacb subsequent insertion. 23 " Do. ("..- Mix in?crtion?, -.r one weck.SI 30 D... for T???'iity-iiv?- insertion*, or ? ::?? month.st.} 00 Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rate?. F.* Fivr lines, half the above rate?; Two lines, one-fourth of the-r rat'-?payalil'' in all rase- in advance. MR, TYLER'S OPINIONS. In October !a-r. certain supporters of Mr. Van Buren in Hcarico Co. Virginia, addressed to Hon. .lohn Tyler, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 April 1841

THE TRIBUNE. FEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 14 tCT To oar Friend- down town.?!'or the convenience ?f our fri-ads in the First Ward, we b?rr arranged with Mr. J. V,. Halt, of the Merchant.-: News-Room* in Wall t;-?r Pearf-?w*e*i ,0 receive p>ub?cnptioa? and comnrnnicatioiu for T?i TnistrsE. A aox will a!?a>> Ih- ors-a there for the favors of oar friendl from - A. M. Ml dark every weak-dayvaud those wishing to be served with the paper will please leave their names with Mr. Hale. Single copies aJway for ?a> at his Sewa-Rooni. Price, One Cent. XT Our Subacribers will p|ea?e pee the Car-i'rr' -iif.etre pr werk. ktd eonfider themselves: patronizing ns bat de.-.im* with tn-ua enlv. We "-il ou- papers to the farrier-. atd looli to them "3iv for paymsn:. We do ant de-ire pay iu advance from City Subscribers. NKW-YORK f'H.MlTi'.Il ELECTION. The result of our Charter Election, yesterday will agree:. Lly disappoint our distant friend- tnd .iismav our opponents. The recent lament...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 April 1841

MO.NKY MAltKET. ^?Ir* at ?"?- "*t<"u Exck??*e, Tuoday. April 13. .. . c .l ... II' 75 do '!<? ?-next week " r ::::::::::::::.-; ^.k-b..,.*.a ?x-' ? do .- lOday* 1-: 25 .I- a.-r': 0? a,.bW.dsys 19 j JSMcksburg. M j no do do V*o*'rVk- l-j 50 do <i<.b60days 0. '? do do b two week- l-: 10 llh'uois Bank.38 lOUaioa Baak.1063 "0 Canton C. 23; - Bank ofAavnrica.103 ? -" Patterson. ?1 V'UW A Hod.. I> twoweeki 914 173*3.inetoo.28 V) do io ..bt?u?iH.!'l do do .b 30 day. 2cj g t ? 2 ? I ,o do do .90" 00 do dt.- ISdays 38 ?> j? d.? .b 15day* 904100 -lo d.b 30 days 26 ? vi do do ?b60days91 50 Syracuse & Utica.a Go d> 129 ?JCA-Trost..Hj 15 do do d.129? 70 do <!?.111)200 Harlem. 2e a? ,!.b 60 days 12 |100 do .b 60 days 29 M do do .s 10 days 11JI150 do .a 30 days 2oj -go do .!o ...? two weeks 11 j 50 r!.bl0days2SJ| Tvi do do .IIi|250 Long Island.521 100 d? Jo .311100 do .1.. .b 30 days 325 I-.. ,., .!.. .thiewcek llr 50New-Jersey.b.COdaya .1 j0 do Jo .II.' Noi-oikI Board....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 April 1841

From Tai New-Yorker. AN OLD 502? G A sad old soug of Britannj Wmch oft I sin? tri drearnn <r? Whose umehing rsathos bids me sigh When gaudy Day Is deajrxmg Oft from the unTmg crowd I steal Up to the hill-top hoary. ( To breathe its numbers, which revexi Youth's srul, romantic story. It speaks of one whose lore in death Was beautiful and sainted- .?_ Who from the earth withdrew her M aai Ere Sin her heart hau taintc. Who loved, as ia old s?n<rs ?ej lore, With love akin to sadness, Which wanteth heaven's pure sky above To bid it bloom in 51a laess. Of: when the pnrple evening beams Along the lonely mountain And on the drooping willow gleams _ That shade? the batoned fo mtain, I watch some golden cloi diet ? Like bird balf-slambering. floating', And waft that sons to it aloft, My tender wo denoting!1 Meihinkf 'twill see po t Britanny, And my own native river. Which fadeless in my memory's eye Shall brightly shine for ever; And it may rest above her grave. And gild it with its spl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 April 1841

B V HO r A C E G R E E E V. r price one cent. ?? f dcxiro you to un?Ier?t:m<I the true principle* of the (^orrrnuiml. I vri-h (hem carried oat?-J n?U nothing more."?H \EW-YOBK, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, Ml. OFFICE N 0. 3 i) A N \ s T. VOL. I. \<). 5. THE XEW-YORK TRIBUXE Will be-published every morning', (Sunday* excepted,] hi No. '?1 Ana-street, New-York, Ami deliver" ?'? lo City Subscribers for One Cent per copy. Mail SuWri!>t-. *! per annum in advance. TO Tili! ADVERTISING PUBLIC, la'thc bope of so uring a wide anil general Advertising patronage, the favor- of,t\ir friends will be inserted till further notice at the fol? lowing reduced rate* viz: for esch Ar,vi KTt?r..MKNT of Twelve lines or :? ss (over six), first insertion. SO rt?. Do. for each subsequent insertion. " Do. for Nix in.i?, or ?nc weck.!?l 5? Do, :'..r Tv. ?-niy-f?ve insertions, or one month."">?> <><> Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. For Fi??- lines, half tie- above rat?.-: Tw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 April 1841

K-.r toe Sew-Tork Tnban-. TRITJCTE TO THE MEMORY OF GEN. HARRISON. A.* an American, and proud :o rail rr.y--if bv :nat :re-s title at all times and in ali piace*, aimed and a: hc-me, i contV? I r,?-v. r f>ui {?r^ud- r . my birthright, than I did ?u Saturday In..-, whilst witnessing the solemn, imping a-** _appropriate funeral ?olemmties dedicated to the raeanory ? ?? Gen. Harrison? I felt bdeed that I w r^hedd?? a n - ?piv-tacie. not a mere pag??n:?not an array of mocr.. . pomp, such aa I have witneased in Europe?bur a specta te elevating to human nature. It ? * T"?' ?" : : honor to coble heart*. There was a vice in it: and thai voico spoke ; mes of true nobflity of sou!?of true amor pat r-a_?{ f,.f.!bgs holy and solemn. And a!; -acre partak-rs of those feeCns* ? ^c. And these noble feebngs ?welled all hearts and -eut the blood with a swiner current through the vein- of freemen! For they were honoring them-'-lv< i is honoring the brave and the illustrious dead.' With these ina...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 April 1841

GEN. HARRISON'S LAST LETTER. On Saturday, a hardy, weather-beaten, but very n-spccta i.M.ki' S seaman r>r< vntcd him-clf t* the Collector, at the 'Custom House, and inquiring for Mr. Curtis, said, " General Ii trrison told me t>> give tin- letter into your own hand. He I n?c lOgivc hi* kind respects Mr. Curtis, aril -aid Mr. Cur.i- was i i* friend, ntid would !?? nay friend." Mr. Curtis opened the letter, and found it to l?\ from it* dato, one of the ii-:. if not the nery last letter, written by General Harri-" i. Ii bears date of the day when hi- illness comme 'ccd. Tee res let ?iil see, from a perusal of it. that anrdsta'l the cares and troubles of hi* high position, he was true to the humblest of his old friend-. Tucker says the Gen ual mode him come to the dinner table with the great folks, and when he hesi tated and intimated that lie had l?-tt . go below fur hi- din? ner, the General *aid, "Tucker, you and I have ln-cn ship- j mate*, and a long time together. You a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 April 1841

SONNET. There i? ar. altar a: which humbly knee;. Wh?n E?? hath ? : . t.-r -abb- robes of ?<?, And gentle spirits :r.er-t and. ki?. ' oir,\r, Tiie sad iu soul, whose lot i: is to feel Those pangs which Time has not a balm to hea': Ami on this shrine they scatter sacred flowers, While silent tear.- their glowing richness keep; And deem they rheih that in the evening hours Those holy sprites that roam while mortals sleep Will bear them blooming to more heavenly bowers. Where live the lost?the loved?for whom they weep ! O who hath seen his fond hopes from rum steal. And felt those pan-:- th- bean forsaken feel, _ And frodeth no; ah altar where to knee! ? H. H. ycrcr.rh, .V i ?? ' ?itcrarn Polices. Tur Nrw-VoRK Rrvtrw. N0.XVT April 1341. Ncw-York: Pu! lish-d f.,r the Proprietors !>y Alexander \. U:ak?-. No. 54 Gold-sL corner of Kulton. * The-Church in England and America compared.'is the subject of the leading article in the present number of thi American Quarterly. It is exceedin...

Publication Title: New-York Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
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