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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 28 January 1842

! THE NEW-YORK TRI RUN* It publish*''"' every mo r n i n g- at No. 30 Ann street. New-York, and delivered to City Subscriber for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subset ibex*; f 1 pe annum in advance, and tke paper in r.o ca*^ continue; beywel the time lor which i Iis paid. Subscription taken for Six Month*. Terms off Advertising_For recA Adtexlisentnl oj T EN lines or less (over six), first Insertion-. 50c; do. for each subsequent insertion. " do. tor SIX insertions, or one week-$1 30 Co. for T\VF.NTV-FIVE insertions.... 3 OO Longer Advertisements1 at equally (arorable rat??. Marriages. Religious aud Funeral Notices, uot exceed lur five lines, 25 cent". fjrT-Advertisements when ordered to to be continue en the inside after the fir* insertion will be subject t< the same charge as on their first appearance? phyabh in all cases in advance. (STJ- The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a vary larg? pape for the Country, is published every Saturday morn Kg at the low priceof If'J per annum, in advance. ? V> A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 28 January 1842

Mr. Adams carried in hi? pocket. I am not sure* It belenged to his office. By Mr. Whiting?I recognize no other article. Dr. Chitton cailed?the acids of a sink would cop-ode iron; they would blacken silver. This haif dollar is tarnished but not corroded. The pencil case is also tarnished. This effect might have taken place in a few days in warm weather. On clothes there is no particular effect produ~ed. Corrosion will go on more rapidly when the silver is adulterated. Mr. Seiden said they were through. Mr. Whiting r*-ad from his brief the references to various authorities he should refer to on circum? stantial evidence, and on the meaning of ' malice aforethought.' The Court adjourned till 4 o'clock. Four o'clock. The testimony having been completed, Mr. Em? mett commenced summing up for the defence.? He began by remarking with considerable severity upon the coarse the Public Prosecution had taken in this trial, especially with reference to that branch of the trial concerning the pro...

Publication Title: New-York Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 28 January 1842

; BftTbis Morning's Southern Mail. Correspondence of The New-York Tribune. Washington, Wednesday, J?n. 26 Repeal of the Bankrupt Law-Cfnwre of jBr. Adam? by Ihr Bouw-^lr. Wine on tbia Subject, and wilb reference to the Duel of bimre? and Cilley, &c. The Horst- ok Representatives have been occupied to-day in an Abolition discussion on the r<?solution yesterday submitted by Mr. Marshall censuring Mr. Adam* for presenting a petition for the dissolution of the Union. Mr. Wise resumed from yesterday, and con? cluded his remarks, occupying two hours und a half. His main proposition was. that there was an English influence abroad combined with an Eng? lish influence at home to break down the Union, and bring about a union of Abolitionists and dis unionists. To prove this, he examined at great length the various Abolition movements, severely commenting on the course of Mr. Adams, as well as other prominent actors in this cause. He said he should ask to be excused from voting on this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 28 January 1842

aaBgmm^^uggtjarai\wmmtmBt um hm.h.i.i.- - From ihM Dial for January. THE WEST-ROIBCRY COMMMITYi (NEAR. bOalTON.) In the last number of the Dial were some re? mark*, under th* perhaps ambitious title, ol " A Glimpse of Christ's Idea of Society; in a note to which, it was intimated, that in this number, would be given an account ?fan attempt to realize in some degree this great Ideal, by a little com? pany in the midst of us, as yet without name or visible existence. The attempt is made on a very small scale. A few individuals, who) unknown to each other, undei different disciplines bi iu'e. re? acting from different social evils, but aiming nt the wime object,?of br ing wholly true to their natures as men and women* have been made acquainted with one another, and have determined to become the Faculty of the embryo University. In order to live a religious and moral life worth) the name; they feel it is necessary to come out in Rome degree from the world, and to form them? selves into ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is published every morning. at Xo.30Aan rtreet, New-York. and\!?:liv?r?-d to City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, Mp?r tinnum in advance, are', ?.he paperinno case continued beyond the.time for which i sis paid. Subscription* taken for Six Month*. Terns of .ii.'ter/tr.i;?_Fur each Jldrerlis'fient of TEN lines or leas (over six), first Insertion.. 50cts ,'.o. for fach subsequent insertion. 25 to. for SIX insertion^, or one week-81 SO do. for TWENTY-FIVE kisertiom- 5 00 Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates Mamagee, Religious and Funeral Noticea, not exceed luv. five line* 2f? cent?. 07- Advertisement! when ordered to to be continued an the inside after the Snrt insertion will be subject to the sarae charge as on their first appearance?payabie in all cases in advance. , _ ?C7- The UT.KKLV TRIBUNE, a vary l&rg? pa per for tho Country, is published every Saturday morn Bg, at the low price of per annum, in advance W A i\ T -S ?_ Uf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 January 1842

procured, the hatchet, purchased, and all the ar? rangements of the room made with the deliberate design of cor.-uwmating the murder of Adams.? And it seemed to me that there was a degree of mortification when it came lo be known that all these arrangements had existed long before?too long to answer his purpose. Now a> to the motive in this ease we must adopt the principle that no man will commit an act of cruelty without some definite purpose; and if we do this he should not be brought intn a Court ?f Justice, but carried to a mad-house. Mr. Seiden here went on to show that mere ' ould hav<- bem RO design on the part of Colt ?rom the circumstances attending the act. The exposed situation of the room?the lack of any reason for cevengt?the absurdity of supposing that the mur? der was perpetrated for the sake of money, since, if that was his object, a man in far different cir? cumstances would have been selected?the tact that the interview was in all probability sought by Adams,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 January 1842

By This Motaing^s Seuthem Mail. Ceneareof JIr. Adam??JSsankruptLaw in the Senate. Correspondence of The New-York Tribune. Washington, Thursday, Jan. 27 In the HocsE of Representatives to-day, the f rst question?being that resulting from the point of order heretofore made by Mr. Adams that the House had no right to entertain the resolution con? cerning him (Mr. A.)?was taken, and, after much confusion of the Members and the Speaker as to its preeise nature, being decided that it was toe question of consideration, was.carried : Yeas 11?; Nays 7i. Thus the house determined to consider the reso? lution offered by Mr. Marshall, of censure of Mr. Adams. Mr. Adams 3aid he would now take the first moment to demand in his trial the benefits of the Cth article amendatory of the Constitution of the U. States. Mr. Underwood then spoke at length, con? tending that the House had no right, and that it was unconstitutional to entertain this resolution, as it charged Mr. Adams with crime- over which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 January 1842

_ijmjMJiJMJ--LMai_>MiO^M int irw ifir^^**^^* LIFE liV LONDON. !?* R E NCH.M EN?IT A LI K SH?YANK EES?J E WS. The author ol the \ vid and truthful sketches oi ' The World of London' in Blackwood's Magazine devotes his January number to ' Foreigners in London,' from which we have extracted and con? densed the following lifelike and often irresistibly humorous portraitures : If you stroll down Regent sir a et, the Quad ran-, and Waterloo Place, any fine afternoon, you cannot fail to remark vaJt numbers of exot? ic-: in glossy Mack silk hate, with mustaches and whiskers to match, hard, inexpressive coat.--. Hash saun vest?, unwhisperables plaited ridicu? lously over the hips, glazed leather boots, and a profusion of Birmingham jewelry- and Bristol stones. These gentry smoke very fast, talk very loud ?r rather chatter intolerably, and look lull? ing and impudent at the ladies as They pass. There is a polished brass knocker at the cor? ner of Grosvenor Square, which, when we have titiv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 31 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TBIBUNE I* published every moriiinir, at No. 30 Ann ?.tr?-^f, New-York, and delivered to City Sulrscribers for OSE CENT percopyi Mad Sulc-crH^r*., $4 j>er annum, in advance,1 aim the paper in no case continued beyond die rim' tor weich it is. paid. Subscriptions take>i for Six Months. Terms of Advertising_For each^Advertisemcnt of TEN lines or less (over six) first insertion. 5fl Cent?. do. for ea it subsequent insertion. *3 " do for SIX insertions, or one week.*1 -W do. for.TWENTY-FIVK insertions. ?> 00 linger Advertistoents at equally favorable rate*. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding fite lines, 25 cents. IT/' Advertisements when ordered to be continued on the inside after the f.rst insertion will be subject to tbe same charge a* on their brvt appearance?payable in all ?a?es in adranc**. TT Th* WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for ttie CountryV is published every Saturday morning, at the iou- pric?- of e'2 per annum, in advance. _ TH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 31 January 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK. MONDAY1, JANT.UlY 31. TJ For a Letter from Ohio, Mr. Clays Speech on the Bankrupt L?v.\ <,c<- First Page. Lv" For Sketches of the Speech of Mr. '.Vhiting and of Judge Kent's Charge, sec Last Fage. t. ' The intens-* excitement and d?.-ep interest attending the trial ol Colt induced u* to keep pace with it- progress, and we accordingly issued two ExTkAseVery 'luv, contain in- full reports by the Assistant Edhirbf the proceedings up to latest moment ".*. Saturday, the excitement was de< per dran ever ;???;'.:?.-. and -he street in trout of our office v'. as completely blOi kaded bya host of New Boy?clamor? ous for die Kxtra. ,\t 2* oYiock?w;tiiin ten minn'.es afl'-r he ba.l finished?we gave to 'he public a sketch of Mr. u'l.itit.f - Spe, ch an I at - anotberof Jodge Kent's Char-. . At half pasta we ha.: sold US'" copies. V*e have invaria? bly issued our Extra in advance of every other paper m .the City. After the first day The IferaM gave it up and Flo S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 31 January 1842

Free BnnU? and the Bnukin;- I,aw. Te th* Editor of the Triei/sr . Why is 't that, upon the failure of one of the Free Bunk-, the as*ets of the Bunk, beside those deposited with the Comptroller, a:e not applied to die payment of their circulating bills? Surely it was not contemplated 'hat the deposites with the Comptroller should be any other than a fund ( -afety Fund, if you please) to make up any defi? ciency in the assets of the Bank te make the bills good. Under the present construction of the law, the whole system has corae into contempt The udministrutor of the law pays what he ran with the securities in his hands, and the stockholders ?f the Bank pock-t the avails of the Association. Under the present administration of the e\?tem, J deposit ?100,000 in mortgages anc stocks, and draw $ 100,000 in bills of the Comptroller, f dis i bunt $100,600 good notes, ar.d then cannot redeem the bills, and fail. The Comptroller sells the se? curities he has for $00.000, tedeems the bill* at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 31 January 1842

COLT'S TRIAI "k on th Dav.-li. ported for The 'I Hour. COURT (IF DYER AND TERMINER. Saturday; January 11?. l&lz Ilcfor?; JiiJgu Kkni -vi Aldcnneo PrRovand Lee Th*5- court cime in at a quarter elfter ten and iiie District Attorney, J ft. Whiti.v., Esq. sum? me;! up for the prosecution. He began by re? marking upon the great and important character <.! the trial. Blood has been spilled aitd "*e question is whether we are prepared todifcharge Mir duty and to fnlfij our oath- in its investiga? tion False issues have been made in this mat? ter. Instettd ? I -eekin* to decide whether the pris?n? r is "niltv of the great crime laid to his charge, I have been put upon mal;! have been declared by the first counsel to be worthy ot im? peachment, and by the last 1 have been charged with the malignant spirit which would prompt rne by any means to compass the life of the un? happy prisoner. If furnishing the counsel for the (Jef'-n'ce with copies of all papers put into my hands relativ.- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 February 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I? published every morning, at No. 30 Ann ? street, New-York, and delivered to City Sul>-cribers for OSE GEST percopyi Mail SuhscrnVrs, yi per annum, ? in advance,and the paper in no case continued beyond I tli? tim** for weich it i- paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. T"r.ti\ of Advertising_For Kich Advertisement of TEN !ihcs:or leis:(dver six) tir>>t ioiertion. 50 Cents. for >?'? ii subsequent insertion. 25 " [do. "tor SIX insertions, or one werk.$150 do. for TWENTYKIVF. insertions. 5 0? Longer AdvertiunenU at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding t.w ii:,*"., 2v rents. 'v Y~V Advertisements when ordered to b~ continued on the inside after the first insertion w ill be subject to the same ( b?rge a* on their first aj>;e-ai:irjce?payable in all ease* in ?idwunec. ibiw?b *}D- The WEEKLY Tftl?CNE, a very lar^e paper, for the Cduntrjj is published every Saturday morning, at the low pric* of" per annum;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 February 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1,1842. XT For a defence of Gen. Tallmadge, Report of the Canal Commissioners and a letter on Wrecking at Key West, aee First Page. CT For a Poetical Address to Dickens and the Pro poti?ona of the Maryland Slave Convention see Last Page. ^_ [CP Several communications await the return of the Editor, who is spending- a few days at Albany. O" We are sorry to see by our exchanges that our Week. Iv is not always received when die prospectus has been pub? lished, and we regret still more that this should be attrtDtnw t.v anv to intentional neglect on our part. Vse .ts.sur' Columbus Enquirer, toe Fort Gaines Whig, and the Georgia Merger, that,-,, soon as *e prospectus .s seen byj. in their columns, our paper* invariably sent: that it wdl some times beVovertooked; ?*? when not neither marvellous nor ue^ing their inconsiderate censure. X~r Fi om the verv extensive circulation of this paper, both anSgbnshS men and in families it will be found an ad Sge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 February 1842

Compliment.?A service of plate was presented to Cant. Hewitt of the Britannia, at the Tremont Theatre, Boston, by Dickens, on behalf of th? nas-engers during her late voyage. CCF Gen. Briscoe G. Baldwin, of Staunton, was Friday elected Judge of the Court of Appeal5 (.! Virginia, after fourteen balloting': Gen. B. i^ now a delegate from Augusta. Bank of PENNSYLVANIA.?By the following letter addressed to the officers, it will be seen 'hat an injunction has been laid upon this Hank. Ii was closed yesterday morning. GENTLEMEN?I directed the Attorney General, mi Saturday, to adopt proper legal measures to -ecure the Public Moneys deposhed in the Bank of J'ennsylvahia,as well as the interests of all who nie in anr way creditors or debtors of that insti? tution. That officer will apply t" the Supreme Court, at the earliest possible moment this morn? ing, for an Injunction, and the appointment of u Receiver to take charge of all the assets of the Bank. Vou nr.- now apprized of that fact, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 February 1842

Skt?xess to Cljarlis fEhtkens, ?sq. ' You 're welcome, Royud Charlie! '?Old Song. Right welcome, <lear Boz, Maiter Humphrey, or Charlie, Whatever the dit-kens your name is ; As rain to the roses or sunshine to barley. Or as rest to the weary and lainc ia. As a Toe to a Dodson ia welcome, or -dumber, . After meah. to a plethoric judge ; Or to milliners" maids an illustrated number By Cruiskank, of Barnaby Rudge. To Boston yon '11 find yourself surely, no stranger, Mr. Pickwick before you has been. And the news of your advenuas his did, will c?ange uer Busy phiz to a general grin. What a stir on the wharf! as the ship steams along That fetches great Boz to our shores;: How the learned shall rush, and the 'prentices throng. And the newspaper authors by scores. The reporters and editors hasten, diurnal Hebdorrmdal-six-permy-wo-permy Brushing up, in respect to the tatanswdl Journa., Their ?ld suits-if they can be brushed up any. The pedagogue chuckles?the grave man turns joker, The mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 February 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Is published every morning, at Xo. 38 Ann } street. New-York, and delivered to City Subscribers for rO.VE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers^ $i peT annnm, in advance, and the paper in no rase continued beyond f the time for weich it is pauL Subscriptions taken for Six Months. pB Tenns of Advertising_For each Ad ivrtisement of TEN line* or lew (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents. do. for en h subsequent insertion. 25 ' [do. 'for SIX inw-rtion?. or one week.$1 50 .do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 00 Longer Advertismentg at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding five lines. 25 cents. TT Advertisements when ordered to be continued on the inside after the rir?t insertion will be subject to dir same Charge :ts on their first appearance?payable in all rases in advance. r TT The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very' large paper, for the Country^ M published every Saturday morning, at the low price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. (MO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 February 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2. XT Fi otn the very, extensive circulation of this paper, both among business men and in families, it will be found an ad? vantageous rn?-d:um for Landlords' advertisements for Houses and Store* to sell or to let. or for persoas wishing to rent House* or Tenement*, as well a* for Mineral Merchan? dize and Miscellaneous Advertisements. Particular attention paid to Legal Notice*. Advertisements may belwnded in at the ( ffice, SO Ann street, at any time before 10 o'clock in die evening. ___________ XT For an interesting Extract trots. Mr. Berri*?'* Speech. Temperance at Wasbin^on, ^a*?fr?* 07 Robert Tyler. Charles Dicken?, Tyranny of Ship Mas tors, &c. 6cc. see First Page. ..?____ , XT For a capital origfcul tale ^^T^JrZ^lf Dr. Noah W.bster, Tracing a Pedigree, Anacdoteof | Thomas Pai-e, &c. see Laat Page._ iuvenil communications await the return of \ the Editor, who is spending a few days at Albany. | Rev. Mb- Cuoules's Lecture.?The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 February 1842

PEN NSY LV AN IA POLIT! CS. Correspondence of The Tribune. HaRRISeurg, Jan. Z), 2842. We have not had a week of much public inter ??st. although a vast amount of private business ha* been disposed of. Not a hint has yet been dropped by the dominant Locos as to the course they intend to adopt, and this leads irresistibly to the conclu? sion that they are " at fault." It has been the policy of Gov. Porter to oppose the Banks on pa j>er, but assist them at the " imminent, critical time " by such artful device, that, while he pro? fessed to* 1^ Anti-Bank, he was in reality taking hi? cue from the Banks themselves. Thus our State prosents tin- curious sight of being Anti-Bank at the polls, but the reverse in its halls of legisla? tion. Banks have been used as the fruitful theme for every demagogue's invective, and '? soulless corporations," with their " rotton promises to pav." have resounded from tlie Delaware to Lake Erie. War to tlie knife has bven declared against the Banks! Every...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 February 1842

Kor the Nu York Tribune. WESTERN ADVENTURES. Being Lost?Rough Roads? Fording a Eiver by Night, &c. Lost '?Wh,, has not been lost? Probably not one man of country growth in a hundred has es? caped the experience: and of all the feeiings to which unfortunate humanity is liable, few I ima? gine arts le-s to be envied. The Sun has strayed to the wrong side of the heavens?the river runs up-stream. The fence is the wrong side of the road?the road itself has capped head for tail? the very tree, are wrong-all as if the man had Slept awhile and waked up in the wrong world. Manv a time in such case, among the sunny hills of New-England, have I suspected that I myself had been swapped away for some other urchin by mistake, and been fain to prick myself with a pin to test the question of identity. But in New England, such mistakes soon had their end. The road followed solved the mystery; or some field, or house, or known token, brought the wanderer to some, place and dispelled the hallucina...

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