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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 February 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is re pushed rvrRV kok king, At 160 iV?J?w-?t, f opposite the City Hall.) Pew- Y**1tf A?) delivered u? Cn v Subscribers Jor irW Cent? per week. Starte copies Tax? Cents 3iail Subscribers, $5 per inn am, la advance; aid the paper in no case continued beyond the time for which il is paitL Subscriptions uken for Six Month*. TERM* Or ADVEKTUtH?: tSN lloes or less,(over six,) first insertion.... SO Cents, ,t * for each snbseqaent insertion. 25 44 .. >? for tie insertions, or one week.$1 >i 44 m ? for twenty-five insertions. 5 00 44 Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rites. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, no; exceeding jv? lines, 23 cents. tj THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, is published every Saturday morning, at U* So* Ptirr. of $2 per annum, in advance. *~THE TRIB 11NE ~ 2.iterarj? Notices. A RtMMKCt or EitHT Years in Persia, among the ftESTC'run Christians; with Nolir.es of the .Ylobarn niedarc. By Itev. Justin Perki...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 February 1843

THE TRIBUNE.. WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 8. FOR PR&SW?$T> HENRY CLAY, KXXTOCKY. fCT Tue JtmvjLsr Suubrh of lb*- Southrxn Litexaey M^ttMza ctaw to band j ?irrclay. Agents can be *up ci ed at tbe Tribune office tbls morning. Strangers and ctker? wishing ??Kir copies may obu in uVm as above. ,i?st? ??> History or tkf. Reformatio* ? copies trf tbe new edition af ibis celebrated work will be ready to deliver to Agents, Newsmen, Booksellers, itc tbis nw/oing at 10 o'clock, at tbe office of tbe Tribune. Price t_, foliar for live tbree volumes, retail. Discount to Ageots %7 1 A Boarder" must know that we could not publish ila Caution" without subjecting ourselves to ttre action*, icr libel Such artici'S must be w?ll authenticated and Eunlwhed over tbe signatures of responsiole men ?If tbe keeper* of Boarding-bouse* in this city will just bold a ir.cetinif and publish a Blick List of dishonest and abveond ioF boarders tliey will put an end to much rascality, and tave tbeni*elve? m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 February 1843

T.mportas? e of quarantine to the PCBUC j^eaLTH?Mop?. Molard, in bis Hjfgien Gene rale, mentions a case illustrating: the importance of Quarantine Regulations. In IG33 tbo brig Do sostiera sailed from Havana and its crew were healthy during tbe passage of 70 days. Arrived , a distant port many hundreds of persons visited the ship without inconvenience. The carpenter then opened the hold?the confined air of this part of the vessel was set at liberty, and immediately afterwards the workmen employed and the tnhab itants of thirty adjacent houses were seized with tbe yellow fever. And yet there are those who ?iah to break up the Quarantine of the port of New York. See London Lancet, Dec. 3, 1S43. {0* A Safety Track for Railway, applicable to any rosd already built, has been invented by Mr. John Harris, a native of Troy, but a resident of Albany- The ?tyect >s to prevent the cars being thrown off the track. To prevent this, a central rail ?f wood or iron is laid between the rails on w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 February 1843

From the Savannah Repa?*??? apostrophe to Snn. La.nd of tbe Shamrock! Island of tbe Brave ! Thy broad", green fields are trodden by the nave, Bat my weak band one Sower of song vcid cast On tbe dark tomb that bides thy boned Fast. Dim is thy 'scutcheon with obscuring dust, And dark thy spear with thick, corroding rast; The sword of Brefov. with i:s terror gone, Haags in its scabbard, blunted and undrawn ; So garland braids thy brow of settled gloom? Thy red-haired Chieftain hath a noteless tomb No banner floats from Tara's mouldered walls, And heard no more is harping in thy halls. Gone is the Child* who wept thy waning day, Woke ou thy mournful shore bis wondrous lay Flowing no wildly sweet to mortal ear, That even mailed Oppression paused to hear: The gate of grandeur and the cottage door Are open flung to welcome bim no more? Thy lonely exile under distant skies, Starts at the name of Carolan and sighs? f True Laid who ,>erisbed, warbling to life's close Thy song of sorrow and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 February 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I? PUBLISHED EVT*Y MottJtlKC, jt i6o lasses st., (?ppcsxtt tkt Git* Hall.} Tfeo> York, and .Mivered to Ciiy Sataeriben for JVW G'<n? per week, ?inzle copies Zw? C?st* M?u Subscribers, $5 per ?MC?, in advance; and ibe paper in no case continued \beyond tbe time for which it is paid. Subscriptions takes for Six Months. tbums or JovKartsiNo: * srN lines or Jess, (over six,) first insertion.... 50 Cents, \~ u f0r each subsequent Insertion. 25 " ,. ? for rix insertions, or one week.$1 50 " u - for fwenry-five insertions. 5 00 u ,?,r Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Uj^rrtagrs, ReDgioas and Funeral Notiaes^pot exceeding jtV lines, 25 cents. rr THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, fcJTbe Country, is published every Saturday morning, at Jbe low price of $2 per annunv'tn advance. ^THE TRI BUN ET t urrency and Finance?The President? _Hr. Buchanan?The Segnion, dec. Special Correspondence of The Tribune. Washington, Feb. 5,1843. I have beard several times...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 February 1843

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 0. FOR PR&SWKXT, HENRY CLAY, 07 KtWTtCKT. S3* Democratic V?h\& General Consnait ltf._a; a tc?etiDg of thfs Committee held at Broadway Honae sn Tuesday evening, February 7, 1343, PHILIP HONR was anaoimoafly elected CLairoiao, and Joseph k* PmiaoM aod Kdwauo E. Cowles Secretaries for the present year. By order. Joseph P. Pizssov, \ , 9 EowAan E. Cowxes, \ izr Ceaeral C'ammittee of ]>rinocratic WbiC Tsnas men, ror 1S43.-A? adjourned meetingof this Committee will he held at the Broad ws Htm?e. on Friday Evening, the lOtb of February, at ball past 7 o'clock. By order. ?_? ?,.. ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. Charles K. Taylor, > a^Tt,txrin, a, James B. Swain. 5 ^"""^ 8f ET For Letter? from our nraal and special Correspond eau at Washington, giving the Doings in Congress of Monday, the Interesting Proceedings ol the Naval Court Martial, a Letter from Philadelphia, and Newt 7/ewt, see First Page. _ QQPWe need not, surely, ask any Whig?need...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 February 1843

MONEY MARKET. a.Ies at l?e Stock T. rrhauge, Web. 8. i ?"rCitTLowinO.- g Krmucky F,ves .. 7? , Kv short loan.88*. ~-?.-? "22 OhiJSixe?. 1880.. 67, 75 do.... l&i M2?a? ...67*1 10 Auburn it Rwch.89$ S 2?""!.67,|l!2N Jersey Rr*d.63 do ?ds ?'i 25P?l?t?cn.44 ig* So' .67 i 50 Long Island Rr*d.... 481 j.Sseawiy PiT?... 75jJ 50 do.aSOds 48j sccond boa r d. MAM obiofe, I860.? n w 66* I $8,000 NY 7s, 1849 .1841 *g$ do .:....bMd?68|l CosBDierciaS and money Matter*. W ed!? eso ay P. M. There was a ftIr business done to-day, 'and tie inquiry < ?Ute seeorilies continues good at full rao-s. Ohio Sixs-s ^proved diehdy; Kentucky Fives fell off; per cent; L Band declined }: Marlens \. There na?e been some transactions in Sterling at 5 a 5} ; tnauS *5. 'Alabama continues depressed. W? quote 20 a 22 disc. Tt>e latest dat" ^rom ^olj^e ,uu"loat **** bill to wind up jjontgoraery branch has passed both House*. The bill - otace ike Huntrville branch in liquidation had been or? dered to a third rea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 February 1843

I'irjjmta I-nspcrtion jBLato. j SPEECH OF Hon. WILUS HALL, In l)ie Assembly of Ncic- York, on his motion to instruct the Attorney-General to Ust the Constitutionality of Die Virginia Inspec? tion Law by a Suit in the C ruled Mates Supreme Court. Reported for the Albany Evening Journal. IN ASSEMBLY.January 31. 4.1 r. YV. Ha.Lt called for the consideration of a Revelation submitted by him on a previous day, which was read, as follows: Ref'coetU Tbat tbe Attorney-General be directed, si tne expense ol tbe State, to institute and conduct in uV ?an? *nd on the complaint of any citizen ol ibis Slate, wnoins been aggrieved by the operation of the Inspection uwi? Virginia, one or more sei?, actions or prosecutions, tor tue purpose ol testing liie Constitutionality of *aid law oi Finia. - i ' Mr. W. Hall said the resolution was of such a character, as of itself to excuse him for pressing it as he now did. Unlike other matter* wnich oc? cupied our attention, this wa* one of immediate practica...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 February 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I? rUELlSHED tVTXY morning, - At 160 foturt-st., (opposite fie Oity Hall,) New- For*, *i nVivered to Ciiy BuWerfben for Ai? Cent? per week. Sin?!* copies Tw? Cent?. Mail Subscribers, $5 per ?aaum. in advance; and die paper in no case continued beyond the lime for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Month*. t f.rvs or ADVEanfiwe: #jr.N lines or less, (over six,) first insertion.... 50 Cents. ** * tor each sabseqnent insertion. 23 " , u for rix insertions, or one week.$160 " ? m ibr twenty-five insertions. 5 00 u ijwstr advertisements at eoually favorable rates. Miu*n?ge*, Religious and * nueral Notices, not exceeding fi?elin^ 25 cents. tt THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, r Jt'ae Country, is published every Saturday mornuig, at JJ l0W price of $2 per annum, in advance._ "the tri b if n eT presu*atss<ion of General Wusidngton's Sword, Sec. Correspondence of The Tribune. Washington. Feb. 7, 184't. lo the House or Representatives, to-day, Mr. FihL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 February 1843

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 10. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OP KEKTCCKY. W?l? V?nn* Men, for 1843.-A? ^rt-?nf ot this Comamirr will be aelo at the Broadway Friday Evening, tbe 10th of Febrnary.at hall PB? 7 o'clock, gorier. ???.^ chairman. ST Fot a Washington Letter ^^^^^SZ m , . r-.:_, Parr au rrxnre, Literary greuoa Tuesday, Great Fire at r*r Ktice,, State Anaintment*. **? Kf- The brief Speech of Mr. Meriwether of Ga. on our Last Page in advocacy of a Re? trenchment of the Compensatien of Officers in the Navy is after our own heart. How Congress can refuse to do what it urges we cannot well see, and yet we can very easily see that they will so refuse. So of Mr. Arnold's ' bill 542,' prescribing a general reduction of 25 per cent, on all salaries paid by the Government which exceed $1,000 per annum. Whatever logic may be used on the other side, it is very clear to our mind that either these salaries were ruinously low six or seven years ago, when tbe National Revenue was d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 February 1843

Min?, at about the same rate. Tbe com moo grades of Southern are worth $4 a J 12}; Brandy wioe nominal at 4 62$. Bye Floar is dull, although not very abundant We quote 3 a3 12$, and a sale was Blade yesttrday at 2 1*1. Corn Meal is heavy ; sales of Jerst y at 2 50, time, and a lot rather better at 2 56$; Brandy wine 2 62}} sa'es 40 hhds at 12 75, time. Shorts retail at 9 a 10c ; Ship Stuffs 13 a 14c At Cincinnati, Floor was selling at 2 56J; at Baltimore, Howard-si was dull st 3 50 a 3 C2$, City Mills 3 75. GRAIN.?Wheat continues Inactive, with nothing offer? ing bat one or two lots in store held above the market. The tales of Corn are small, t ?o cargoes of Southern and some N Orleans, to arrive, being held higher than hut sales. We notice sales 500 bushels inferior Northern, weighing about 54 lbs, at 52c, measure; .500 do Jersey at5!c,meas. Nothing doing in Barley. Sales 800 bnsbeU Rye at 56c, which is an improvement pf 1c on the last sale. Oats are without change, but firmer; ?Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 February 1843

For Tbe Tribune. 3Lincs TO THE SYLPH_OF MY DREAMS by stephen b. oean. No words of love to me thou 'si spoken, I asked them not of thee , Thy timid gaze, young Love's soft tokeu, Was all I hoped to see. Thy voice hath now low melting tones Not of the cold World's fashion, Wbicb sweedy tell thy bosom owns A new and gentle passion. Ah! long I watched, and fondly hoped To trace these charms in thee. Till thy young heart, like bud unoped, Now openeth gracefully; And feeling gives what perfume lends Of sweetness to the flower, To glad the heart whose spirit bends To hail thy new-born power. And beams thy chaste, sweet smile for me, For me, of little worth ! Ah ! bindest thou thy spirit free To my u-.icheering hearth, To grace me with thy gentleness And give to life those charms, Round wkich, in sleep, 1 ever preBs My spirit's loving arms ! ifc- York, Feb. S, 18-13. llctvencfmieiit in the "Xalyj. House or Representatives, Feb. 4lh. Substance of the Remarks of Mr. Meriwkther of (Ja., in sup...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 February 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I? PUBLISHED Rvr*Y MORHIXG, 4j 160 Fossou-sU, (opposite the City Hot I,) Fen>York, And delivered to C'uv Subscribers tor Nine Vents per week. Single cop'es Two Cent* Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, bi advance; and the paper in no case continued beyond the time for which it is paid, Subscriptions taken for Sis Months. Tf 5Mb Or ADVERTIStNO: TEN lines or less,(over six,) first insertlan.... 50 Cents, u ?? for each subsequent insertion. 25 " u - for si* insertions, or one week.$150 " u " for twenty-five insertions. 5 00 44 Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriagps, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding fire lines, 25 cents. xj the weekly tribune, a very large paper, for ike Country, is published every Saturday morning, at ikt jow price of ?2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Capital Punishment. Te the Editor of The Tribune : I have been waitir.fr for your friend, ' Old School,' to respond to your special challenge. But as he does not m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 February 1843

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11. rOR PRESWEHT, HENRY CLAY, or f.T.irrvcx.r. _ ~--zr-? _.J wMg <?? neral Commit CT ??W^g5g jsConVnfdte will he held oaTflMtftn tec.?A Meeting ?^r Broadway Hon?.e, atTo'clock. ?*emag, February M,? ^jpjjijjp HONE, Chairman. Josr-rK P. P??*??*? i Secretaries. llf 3t Edw'akp E. t-owxes, ? mm rtisrn will bear in mind that advertisements in tena^d today's paper must be sent in by 10 oWoek sSrano&K *? orjr po'???ti?>n office is not open on Soo The rates for advertising, in view of the estens.ve or?lationof this paper, are very reasonable, and id all cases are payable in advance. ^^^^^ %y We have tried for two days to give the article of " C. O l"on Capital Punishment in the inside of our paper, Bad Wave thur bad it crowded out altogether. We have at last concluded to pat it on oor first page-where will also be found the Naval Court Martial or yesterday, and a r.k t tch of the Poet Lowell. _ The Speeches of Hon. Geo. W. Summers of Va. and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 February 1843

tjje subject of the issue of $200,000,000 Gov " ?? Stock, and said lhat it had gone abroa< Tt this Was a unanimous report of that Com Sitee, *biie lbe f4^ 69 he ha<* ^et?n 5nfol"m,;t a majority did not concur in the sentiments o ,tjtt report. ., . Mr. J" InCersoLL stated that this was no . t^e, but that not a member ofthat Committei V. j^jjted from the report. He called on its mefn tert present to rise and give their individual opin "ha? Mr- FII-^>,0RK (Chairman) and Mr. Pick ''KS "expressed their unqualified assent to it, anc from a fartner statement of Mr. Ingersoll, itap ared that it was adopted by an unanimous vote ?ihe Committee?all. being present except Mr. Marshal!*"*111^ that all gave their cordial assent except Mr. Wallace, who had some doubts about ^ propriety. > \Jr. Atcbigg s report was hnally received and ordered printed. . Mr. Warren, from the Committee on Claims, made a report urging the necessity of a clerk for tfcat Committee. The House refused to allow ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 February 1843

For Tbc TnbuDf. ?tanjas to tue Krb. by hen*t ?u*ro?d. Yoc laid her with the autumn leave* As rose the winter's moan. And o'er her still your *pir? gneves. But cannot grieve alone. The sympathy of **? *?r m? Is ardent and sincere Friends, whom yon knew not, swelled the train That lingered o'er her bier. You J?fd her with departed things? Oh never more to light The home, deer home ! whose silence brings To you the gloom of Night. They little know?of peace who speak How bard it is to part? The dearest ties of life to brea'k ? To sever heait from heart! You laid her with the altar fires Of Memory on her shrine? ' A warning voice for new desires? A precept, half divine. And cruel is their cold behest Who bid you to forget? A saddened memory in the breast Is worth all life has met. You laid her, with the looks of love That in her children's eyes Still to the past your soul shall move, Where all past glory lies. But the mother's spirit watches now Beside her children's bed, And presses oh ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 February 1843

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE w8li8hed IfflT MORJUWC, \ ,** ffiojdvwt, (oppasitt the City Hall.) Hew-Tori, I /?l5'i2SfiCi:vSulwcribcrs for AW C7m*# per week. (i^^^onies itV t7fll/*- MaU Hnbscribers, $5 per I in advance; and the paper in no case continned I sa?6*: ^ ijaie for which it ia paid- Subscriptions I ^forSis Months. S b*?*"" TifcMs or adtertisihb: _tfw? (over six,) first insertion.... ??Cents, f^'^foV?chsobse<juent insertion. 2T? ? " , for jtr insertions, or one week.#150 * ' si for tvxntrfi** i"?ertions. 5 00 ? ' sa-rrliseioenls at eonally favorable rates. i^^^SjKeJifiovu and F uneral Notices, not exceed big linrx, 25 cents. WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, & rtnantrr, is poblished every Saturday auorning, at a|^ p-jceof $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. ^jP^art Ularl?al on board the U. 8. sjJiip North Carolina. TENTH DAY....February 11th. Tbe Court mot at the usual hour in tho Chapel ibeiNavy Yard, and after the reading1 of tho mi fiV9 the Court was cleared, and when re-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 February 1843

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY FOR PRESIDACXT, HENRY CLAY, Or KZrfTBCJtT. evTiImr sfehrnarv- Broadway Hon,.e, atTCclock. evening, JTeoruary w, "i rH1LiP HONE, Cuaiiman. Joseph P. Piassow. j Secretaries. XT For JV<rw?/ <7?*rf Martial, Book Notices, Abstract of j Charge* in Foreign Tariff* in 1342, N. Y. Legislature, Snn day School on tbe North Carolina, kc. kc see First Page. ET For Important information with respect to the Silt Culture Outrage on Bill Johmon, Anecdotes and Miscella? nies, see Last Page. _ Ittr. Merriest'* BiH. Tbe Senate, as we have stated, has parsed, by 24 to 12, Mr. Merrick's bill forbidding and punish? ing the running of Expresses on Mai! Routes ? Before passing it, tln-y excepted Bank Notes from the operation of this penal act, so they may be *ent as hitherto; but the motion to exclude News? papers was defeated by the following vote : Yejis? Messrs. Bates, Crafts?Huntir?utoii, Phelps, Porter, Smith, of Conn,, Smith, of la-, Tallmadge, WUcox, Wt>...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 February 1843

Hr^'1''"?^etts^Tti? Special Election for T S F of Congress to the Districts which fail ^!aske choice in November, will be held t;?o ^ gxpoct bad luck. Loco-Focoism ?* J^jj; 8|jy on tho question of Protection, and [ * Sd moderation with regard to 'the spoil*,' *** out very few WhiS* aa >'et> w? predict ' ' f. thi? 'l Wlil ^ more raPac,0U:,? e*pecial ^ have lue'4 *a 100 C?n&reM,onal Election ~-?? ^jnjpnsonment-for-Debt-restoration bill ? red in the New-Jersey House at our last .? jjj Ifg* ^jvocates apparently did cot venture \ k ?be wte 015 ,l i? tne fer*'cious co^ weather ? week, fearing Humasity would be too strong ***** (\re arc afraid if it holds mild a few * l^ will worry it through, but we hopo it - ^.psth^Counab ; ^flev. Henri Colman of Rochester, who )etke Agricultural Survey of Massachusetts, " ^trho ba? done much for tho improvement of j "\ lt?re jn Western New-York, proposes to j (raVel over Europe on an Agricultural *% stbtriag and publishing all the information ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 February 1843

Poetic Prcee. Tbe following curious passage occurs near ? commencement of the Sixth Book of Ir?no 6 hu moron. History of New-York, whore M stand? jrto*^,tWogh we bavediviaVdit 'nto?ne* for the sake of showing the ****** rhythm by which it is marked- Ii ? copied ?erft* and forms part of the description of the arm? ing of Peter S.uyvesant the Redoubtable, for bat tie. It may be classedamong hterery curiosities:, " The gallant warrior atarts from soft repose, From golden visions and voluptuous eoso ; ; Where in the dulcet' piping time of peace, iT.ougit.Teet-ol.ee after all his toih. No more, in Beauty s syren lap reclined Ho weaves fair garlands for his lady s brows, ISo ?er? entwines with flowers his shining sword, Nor through the live-long lazy summer's day Chants forth his love-sick soul in madrigals. To manhood roused he spurns the amorous flute, Doffs from his biawoy back the robe of peace, And clothes bis pampered limbs in panoply of steel. O'er his dark brow where- late the myr...

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