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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 February 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is PUBLISHED kvj-RY MORNING, At 160 Ifassan-'t.. (rrpositt !kt City Hall.) .yen-Tori. Aod delivered to Cinr ?mMorit?er.s ior Xme Cents per week SjiDsrlt* copies TW Cents Mail Subscribers, & p<*r annum, in advance; and the paper in no can* continue beyond the time ler which u is paja. Subscription* taken (or Six Months. terms of ADVERTtSIJSO: ?CN lines or less, (over six,) first imwrtlen.... K> Cents, *m . " for each snbseqaent insertion. 25 ?? ? for it*Jasertions, or one week.$1 sa) .? . m for twentjr'five insertions. 5 ?* ? Looser Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriates, Kellgiousand huneral Notioes, uot exceeding dtc lines. 25 cents. inr THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for I fee Country, w published every -Saturday morning, at |ie !o<v price ol $J per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. 4 If ill 3 2S." Xhe following is the General Retrenchment Bill, which has just passed" the House of Representa? tives- by the decisive vote of 166...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 February 1843

JTHE TRIBUNE^ MGNDAY MORNING. FEBRPARYgQ HENRY CLAY, or KcirrvcKT. _ t=^ELr"' ist.,? <; ncral Commit' lee-A ""J kc Broadway IIod??', ?t . (/clock. ettDir-K, February ? pjiiLIP HONE, (..bairnidn. Jost!': P ?"im?"? 1 ??ecretanes. ,af2t *ki cowlm, S a<w rroreaon ??<? Kocky ITIenntnina* A fJrci,ar Pbic and authentic account of the IfTHo^'j- FARf ham, a recent Traveler to and s^urn iTo^Banks^ lb* CotamWa River-will >>e published w Jcb Mby GREELEY It McELRATH in a Mammoth SiS Tribun? of M .9rKe ?ooble columa octavo page*,on Bewaodbeautifal type. Price 25 cerits-5 copies for g1. Ordere fron, Newsmen, Booksellers, Postmasters und other* ore r?spec-folly solicited. A1J orde:> must be accompanied by ti e c*sb. m j-T The iMPiiovrMii.NTs in Agki'.vltl-rk, Arts, Itc of tbe Ta?cd State?. ?* ?? forln 1????** ?nd ?? UnirUi in tbe recent Report of Hon. W H. Ellsworth, Commissioner of Patents will speedily be PaWisbed at this office in a neat und cot.ven:?fnt pamphlet of 9u octavo p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 February 1843

jyy THIS MORNINGS MAIL. 1 Jonathan Kobrrt?-?iato E?< bin, *c. CorrespJi'deuce of The Tribune. Wa*ui*(.t<??, Feb. ]8,1S-J3. In SlKATK, to-day, Mr. Rive's resolutions relating to the finuiiues, adverse to the assumption of the State Debts, Sec. catno up. Mr. Barrow noved to lav the whole subject ?n the table : ne ^sd-Y?ts20; Nays 22. j,Ir. BarRoVV considered all action on this sub? ject at the present scsHion nugatory?not binding the action of tho next Congress, arid an improper pupation of the remaining time of this. He cxpr?s?ed his belief in the propriety of the General Government's assisting the States either Lf a distribution of tho proceeds of the Public Lands* or of a prospective fund based upon the roeeed? thereof?it such assistance were abso? lutely necessary? nut it was net, ut preseut, and he believed it never would bo necessary. Mr Bschan'an expluiued that bis siience In this debate had arisen from a desire not to delay the options of General Jackdon's fine, and of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 February 1843

A Rrbakc lo Trenchery* Mr Edxtor-Th- fan- to which the f?l?v*?g P???^ lines relate ore briefly th^e, as I Lave bees assure.i by a snub-ram who is well acquainted with them- Colonel e. J$r?ok-, the present Collector of the Fort ol Detroit, "a* an ?arly and warm supporter of General Harrison lor the Pre judency, and too'', a very active part in the canvas* of 1210. So ,rreat an 1 m> unfeigned was hi* ?e*l in ?he Wlil* caos,?' that he was recommeu led by ibouaamll ol bit ? hu; fellow ehrte**, and without ere* a competitor, was appointed by Gen. Harrison a* the successor to th- Loe.o S"oco incumbent ot the ornce. .Mr. Goblins, aliud* 1 to by the poet, had shown himself equally e: Tgetic in th" same cau^, artd on Col. B.'i appointment was made Inspector ol I he P rt. But at lb* las? general election in Michigan, (Nov. 18*2) Mr. Goading voted the' H'hie t\r'<ri nod 'o declared boldly,"" jroinj away from She polls. For this offence be was '"jjn*J diately dismissed from office by Coi....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 February 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS fUBLlSHEP KVPRV MOR.vf?CC. 4t 1?0 ?KcaiOMFiL, (oppontt the City Hail,) Frs>r?rk, JjjIftKd to Ci>T .'?ukKrribcr* for Xi?e Centt per week. S;pet?" cop'rt ^n>' ^,enis Mail Subscribers, $5 por innom. In advance; and the paper In no raaocnntinord beyond ll?? "m^ ff)r *"icb it y, p??d. Subscription oipn for Sis Mouths. TKRMSOF ?PVERTlSIWa: ??iMinrtor!e$s.(f?vPr?'x?) first ins*rti?n.... 50 Centv ?i " for each subsequent Insertion. 25 " ? ? for J? insertion?, or one week.$1 ">0 " ? ? for twenty-fa'e Insertions. 5 <t0 " _fr \?vertiifr?eutji a( equally lavwrahle rates. Marri.it:^. R'h'irions and Funeral Notioes, not exceeding fi,elioc*.?cenis. rr THE WEEKLY TRIBITNE. a very large paper, tJTuf. Country. * published even- Saturday morning, at K low price of $2 per annum, in advance. "IFhe tribuneT^ H??cracp Xoticrs The Ei*cYCLor.tD!A of Gtoctuniv: By Hugh Murray, F R.S.E-; Kevi*ed with A'Onions by T. (?. Krad roso- foitodelpnia: Lea fc. Blanchard. New-York...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 February 1843

THE TRIBUNA T?ESDAx* MORNING. FEBRUARY 21. FOR PRK?lV&XT' HENRY CLAY, O?- BJE.NT0C2.T. "r*" \V?a% u^e7gr77t~o"b!?7at OM lo MeJsrvWiLMM *. Smith, o? Liverp o?, fot forward? g to us the latest En ct.t, jonrnals with th-ir own excellent news letter, the ? European runes," wbtch is a purification of the highest mlllty, espi ein ly to Editor? in America. Wc trust it meets the' support It so well des-rve?._ ?Tj: We are indebted t? the Express o\ Messrs Pommot A: Co. f-r Albany papers cf yesterday mornlrg. This is cornice through in mid winter as quickly as any one cool I wish. Their Express Uoftbeblghestaervic? w our citizens D- For brier Literary ?V?isacf. fiextpaptr CaleulaHms, Gretn^tkU Statue of hushxmton, and other items, see 13 Fofa rwrvou; Poem The Robber', Death Hcd, a cri tic tin oTDickau by mito, Mi?mippi /??rigat?an, and a iahetcb of Ukland the gifted Oei man Poet, see Lost Page. LATER FROM EUROPE. The steamer Acadia arrived at Boston on Sun <3nv morning last at 9 o'cloc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 February 1843

r.i*> Triune wholesale and reUil: 2rtSoW??!IA 0K GEOGRAPHY' No- *-* ?Pi ?,N^vk to bee- ?pletcd n 21 paus?each parl...25r. Arican family magazine-No i.25 TTHj^ LtCTURES-lSecond Edition).25 p"".,^\<jY RUDGI1-new edition.?0 ?S?ttVE PICKLE-new edition.40 55g ARTIST &r March.2.5 :;Vr<Brt??Kfi'rMarcb.2s tiaflAiTS MAGAZINE for March.25 RI S IN SPAIN. B?* edition 50 eis , WVld ed.. .25 CTOFTBR BASONS, Hn-pe?'*al25. World...12} nntfg IS FOUND?Cooper's?2 volts, each 25 cts...50 rttfSOS WREATH, or Washingtonhui Melodies... 12} ?BRJC?N LABORER.? mpletevolume bonnd 11 do ?Ska-MBADOWS, the Village Maid, or Templa ??m Unveiled, a Story of C^ty Scenes and Every n - Life. Dedicated lo Mrs. Sigonrney by th? Au Psy . ...lri ?or. l?i r* Sasds's S*asA?Attii.LA.?Uenlth Is the choicest bl ? heaven confers on man, in comparison to which a ,J,s ?j mea!ur?^ *ink into nothing and insicninear.ee. Th w011 robes of princes cannot compare with the ruddy ha ???jih, Thousands sutTeriitg from diseases i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 February 1843

Tb? Bobber'? Death Bed. ? Unknown, entended, and alone Beneath the damp cave's dripping ?one? On nia !uw bed the lobber lay, Watching the sun's departing my, As ?lowly, faintly, faded nil The dimligbt or? that cavern's wall. Alone, alone, and death was rieur, And that stern man, unused to fear. Whose shout kart led the battle's strife, Whose arm had bared the bloody knife. Whose soul would neither spurn nor yield, In secret way, or open fiehi. That giant frame, ot sinewy make, Why dees each nerve aiid true quake 7 Why glare* around that eagle eye 7 Can lie, the dauntless, fear to die 7 Yes! fear, a stranger-guest, has come To fiil that cdVL-r9 mysterious gloom With visions dire, arid monsters fell, And sot*e remembered?all too we?l. Dim pictures of the far-otfpaat, AH hideous now, and all defaced. What form is that advancing slow . His mother wipes his misty brow, He feeis bor breath, so gently warm, His head rests on her feeble arm ; Kind words once more are heard, and felt, A moth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 February 1843

(NEW-YORK TRIBUNE *" ? rotii*nsD EvrRv morning, s^Lrtt., (oTP?iittlke Git* Hall,) Nrv-Torlc, & m Citv Subscribers for JVW Cents per week. ^SS^SSti Taw Wail Subscribers, $3 per Wir* ^adrance; and ihe paper in no cawcon?nued *s8Cfi; ihe time fof which il ? Paid- Subscriptions ?^ tesju Or advertising: ^?rleai,(over ??.) first insertion.... 50 Cents. f0 tses ? ^acb Jobscq?em insertion. 25 " " ? for H* insertions, or one week.$160 " * it for ttscntyftre insertions. 5 00 - * sdverthement* at equally fami-nble rate?. ^ res Religious antl Funeral Notices, not exceeding ~*RE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a rery large paper, 1 rSantrv, is published every Saturday morning, at of82 P*"1" a?nu!,1?in advance. i^^iQTKeoi^y _ __x THE TRIBUNE. Siterats Notices I pnaosorHY or Temperance : An Address bclore I 1?li..Teroperancr Society ot ihe University of Vermont, r*' 58, J8U By Rev. Zenas Bliss. Burlington: P CWaocey Goodrich. I TJjij U a most able and excpllent discourse upon I (which, in the hands of a man o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 February 1843

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22. FOR PRESIDE AT, HENRY CLAY, or xeitTTJCKV. TT ' //oratio' must go lo tnmr- i tbet market with the ver-es he hteks 10 pass upon u? -* original. They are 80 Hr-wbatt)o oiu and too weil known to succeed with n?. II hi*' Kmnia' should not detect them, alt our other readers would._ _ TT We are again indebted, t* we are a'raost daily, to the Express of Messrs- foMCEOV It Co.. for late Albany advices. We received last evening papers ol that morniDg. TT Those h want of candy will do we,l to call on ilr KeUry, at 2C7 Broadway. See his advertisement. TT For a notice of TAe PkUosopka of Tcmptrance, with f XtracU, R. W. Enurmn, -IhcMarriacc Cazc.itc , see First Fage. m_ TT For irrstruetlons ? H><? to do Good; and a variety of Mia ;e!lancom item*, *ee Last Page. A VH7 tV?rk-If oiioe. Now that the attention both of our Citizens and their Government lias been fully awakened to the policy and necessity of establishing a rcfugo for the destitute in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 February 1843

/he Savannah Republican says that 2 of the 14th, some dozen men in a .og to a sailors' boarding-house in that jtoo board a British barque and took off r vo *aik>rs?tnc offi0'1"* noi being able to oppose km They then went to another barque, the ? field, and were received with a discharge of Jcii shot?two of them being wry severely, and third slightly wounded. It has long been the 6 ?,\rt> of these men to thus board vessels and en nratucc v Jgj sailors to leave they. $J Bloomingburgh, the empire town of Sullivan eosfltjV ^as inrrcusec* its Whig mnjotity from 30 {O50 at it* tows election just held. cisoi's Sassaparilla.?" Procrastii ation is the thief o f ySLmm troth as solemn as it is important, and j et Low 3?\be number who act with promptness and decision in oi the most vital importance. When cisrase invades ^?afc?flcal fran)e,no time should he lost in procuring the t/a' medicine at OOCe, and ?et cured without delay. For : .o'-icr*>n-tituli<?rinl distasrs, such as Rheuma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 February 1843

How te doGood. The Holies of Hft are not ali of the great and exciting *ort. There arc many duties in e*?7 dav ; but there are few days in which one is called to mighty efforts or heroic sacrifice*. I am Thr? eaded that most of us are better prepared for great emergencies, than for the exigencies of the passing hour. Paradox as this is, it is terable, Ld maybe illustrated by palpable instances.? There are many men who .would., without the hes? itation of an instant, plunge into me sea to rescue a drowning child, but who, the very next hour, would break an engagement, or sneer at an awk? ward servant, or frown unjustly on an amiable wife. ; , Life is made up of these little things. Accord? ing to the character of household words, looks, und trivial actions, is the true temper of our vir? tue Hence there are many men reputed g?"d, and, as the world goes, really so, who belie in do? mestic lifo the promise of their holiday and Sun dnv demeanor. . Great in the largo assembly, they are l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 February 1843

THE NEW-YORK TaTOTJNE IS MJSLISHEO EVTRV MOaMi!*^ At 160 Aa?wu-ii., (opposite the Oil} Hall,) Hex* Fork, And delivered to Citv Subscribers for Aine Cents per week. Sinrlr copies Tut? Cents. Wail Sur-^fners, $5 per annum, in advance; and the paper in no easecontinned beyond the time ter which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. teems or advertising: TEN lines or less, (over six,) first insertion.... W Cents. ?? " for each subsequent insertion. 25 " ? " for ft* insertions, or one week.$130 M ? " for twenty-five insertions. 5 00 " Longer Advertisement* at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notioes, not exceeding n?e lines. 25 cents. try TUB WEEKLY TRIfljUNE, a very large paper, frr the Country, is published eVcrv-iturday morning, at the low price of $2 per ar. -w? '^advance. THE TRIBUNE. [Mr. <?')v.'h Lecture. To the Editor of the Tribune: You havo gives, Sir, very friendly notices ?f my Lectures recently delivered here, and from this I an encourag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 February 1843

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING FEBRUARY ? p??tSWMiItT, HENRY CLAY, ~tt <;? ?eiHl a.?ioniitl<e of J>*-mocrutic wiilG" Vul'NG MKN l?t 18A?An sdjoorneu meeting of ^ cJo.-rmirr.w.il^ held ? .be Broadway Uoase on vrtte? Kvtinni, IbeJMth ol February, ?7J ?Mork. F y IJ?. ADDIS JN DOUGHERTY, Cb'n Chaklks ft. T^vloe, ( Secretaries. 23* 2l jCT We bave made arrangements lo ba?e onr City Sub gcr.bersio the WEKKLY TRIBUNE regularly served at their residence*, by ieuvmg notice at the ofT)ce,16o Nassau-st ?T We are indebted to H n. Mes>rs. Meeiwether, J. Wrixca, and J. B. Avcatcc lor valuable Public Docu men tt D* For an interesting Ziffer from Rev. Henry Giles, a Jfacs Letter from. Pittsburgh, a Communication 011 the Belgian Statistics on Copital Punishment, and an Extract trom Martin C'Wvlcirir. *ee Page. fpy por a *piriteO /"?fm on 7/-?A G'?i?*. by J. A. Shea, and No. XI of Political History, m-e List Page. 03*1116 Chapter of Political History upon our last pag<* to-day. will be f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 February 1843

MONEY MARKET. at the Stock Exchange, Feb. 23. K?L 7. ,852.1<?6J $3,000 Ohio 65, I860. (IB 7^ Vi7 <n0..blO(i 91 I 1,000 Illinois 6s. 1870.... 21 3<w0,t< k? .93J 140 shrs .Mech'es Bk. 66 3,1,30.1 U S w ? .|fl>J 5 do De] k nua.?5 -*?Stado' 18? - .-lot? 75 do Am Ex Bk.70 "2 do ^.WOd 105* j 10 do N Y Life it T .... 55 5L? cr.tr ?V 1354.1?i3 100 do Farm T t Loan. 14 i-^SuSL'l^.92 j 30 doManhatFirelns. fi.5 7?S .to 1858.92 ' 20 do Manhat<4as Lt.. 75 1 Sa Kentucky 6.?Si 60 do Moh'k R. SO M2 ,10 .83i! S5 do Ul It Sch it.115} 15'^ .to " .8J|'100 do Loug lsl R. t>C0d 49 So"..25 do Au ? RwchR.... 93 \*? doli. ?*i W do N Jersey R.664 do. re*: 50 do Harlem R. ?: HS doi".BW 82j 15 do. 16? gatf Ohio 6s,1W0.69 i! 25 do Patersoa R ,b60d 45 5^00 do.69JJL_ second board. *i nro Kentuckv 6s. 83 I$4,000 do.s15d 6*J *i'$J do..'.. 854 2,000 do.?9 iflflOO Ohio 6*.68JI 2.000 do.b3d 69} do. 69 50 sars Harlem R.16J ij$ do.;^_S,,K1_69 _ Commercial and .Tloney matters. Wednesday, Feh. 22. Tbe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 February 1843

ErLsh. Genius, Bwtitd by an an cle on Ibai sobjeet lo the 4th number *fc * of tbe Irish Citxteu. by -'oh* usccaxa* ?he*. Look down with contempt on their impotent hat? 1 Show tie worl<i that eehol.-s ye, that, even In chains, Far wre of the Genius thatm?.keih men great. WIU? you, than wiib theui is their slam remains. When tbe Saxon degrad&d and trampled lay dowD, And trembled to every foemaa that cam.1,* The Universe rang with your lofty renown, And Fancy stood mute >n the light of your lam Disdatryng the barriers? fetter* and fire, (j And malice and prejudice- nil that coold MM, With what strengtn t&es Hioern.a sull upward aspire, Supreme in tbe proud competition ot mma. D*v by Bit thy VYuen it ru As gloriou? ?s tbougt Where-where through tbe universe, varied and vast, Can empire, or kingdom, or nation preseut Such genius as ever, in bondage thou bast, And wb:cb brightened,like.uniigr.t, wherever to weal.' By reedy Eurolas no braver e'er trod, Vbea Greece 'gamd all P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 February 1843

* mE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE i ? u rmtusncD ?vruv mor*i!.c, " 4 ,/i?n naueu-sU (opposite the City Hall,) Feto- Fori, *f r ^lis^-f ft t? ClrV Subscribers for Wine Centt per week. ~s ?opi? T*. C?/s M?il Subscribers. |5 per ?n in advance; and the paper in no ea*? continned SSmbvI d'p lisne f*r whtcl1 il '* ^id- Subscriptions ! -Sfer Sis Month*. terms Of advertising: J' iinMor less,(over six,) first insertion.... 6fl Cents. fSN^^eTchsub*>queutt??ertlon. 25 " .. for six Insertion?, or one wt>ek.#150 u ' * a fir txsentvt** insertions. 5W - * ^TrrtiM-roent? at equallv favorable rate?. ^^LmtjL Religious and Funeral Notion, not exceeding JKKfc cents. 'ZZfla WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very law paper, < ' y? Country, is published every Saturday morning, at to ^'aw oriee of$2 per annum, in advance, j j THE~ T R1B U N E 1 JLUerarn Notices. ? I ?fiiaLSVlTCM OF TEACHING living LaNT.U *gES. iiluS nurd by a Practical Cou-v: of Les.m?<; in the French. '?! ,T.".3*hthc medium ot the Entiii.-b ? Bv Jean Ma ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 February 1843

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 24. KOK PR?SW?^T, HENRY CLAY, or KxrrocxT. O* Crcsersl Committee of Democratic WHIG YOUNG MEN for 18Vi?An adjoorneu meeting of this Cootmiaee, will on held at the Broadway House on Frida? ?vroing, the 24th ol February, at 7* o'clock. 7 By order. ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Ch'n. ?BAaL? LT,AJrL0R',Seereurie?. 23f2t D* We have made arrangement* to have oor City 8ob scr.bersto the WEEKLY TRIBUNE regularly served at tbelr residences, by leaving notice at the of?ce.lCO Nassau ? CT* We are indebted to Hwi. J- Rudolph for valuable PubUe Documents. mr We are Indebted to Messrs. Pomerov it Co. for North, era and Western papers. _ <TJ- por literary ffotUee, of Manesca's Oral System, acd Urt's Dictionary ? Letter describing the Office Seekers' Jfor? in N. J., *** Krat Page. For the " /P?r?u of Belief" a Poem by Schiller, and tome interesting recollections of ft tuning ten'* Hood Quar? ters, tee Last Page._ _ _ Work for Congreae. With the next week the existence ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 February 1843

(TT Though the State Printing ha? been disposed . discussions and bitterness it engendered ru? ler increase than subside. It is difficult for us, Lg uninitiated as we are, to understand the points %Jdifference. The objection that Mr. Croswell Ld eajojwl the State Printing for sixteen years, * had made himself rich out of its emoluments, vis simple and sound. But in representing the lrfiis as not sufficiently ' destructive,' the ' barn burners' do Mr. Croswell great injustice. We jjjvc watched the course of the Argus attentively, 8nd our memory is not charged with any single in ,t*nce of party profligacy or outrage which that paper has not sustained and abetted. It has con? tributed, by unceasing and effective assaults, to break down and destroy all the business interests ?f tbe country. The Argus, with equal devotion atd more ability than the Globe, followed Jack? en Van Boren, Benton, &c. through the entire ?erics of Experiments ' and ' Expedients,' which resulted in our common...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 February 1843

Prom Blarkwood f>r F'brosry. e&c ES/acCs of Brlirf. BY SCHILLER THBIE Word? will I name thee?around and about, From the lip to to the lip. full of meaning, they flee ; But they had not their birth in tbe being without, And the heart, not the sip, must their oracle be 1 And all worth in the man shall for ever be o'er When in those Three Words he believes no more. Man is made FREE I Man, by birthright, is free. Though tbe tyrant maydcem hitn but bcrn for his tool, Whatever tbe shout of tbe rabble may be? Whatever the ranting misuse of the fool? Btill fear not the Sinve.when he breaks from his chain, For.the Man made a Freeman grows safe in his ga^n And Virtue i* more than a shade or a sound, And Man may her voice-, in ibis being, obey; And though ever he slip on the stony ground, Yet ever again to the godlike wsy. Though her wisdom our wisdom may not perceive, Yet the childlike spirit can still believe. And a God there is! over Space, over Time ! Whiie the Human Will rocks.like...

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