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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 February 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUN! I? published evcrv morning, at N?i. 30 An >rror?, New-York, and delivered to City Sul???-ribers it ONE CENT fvrcopy. Mail ?ubvcriln-rs. ft4 yrr unrari in atlvdiice, and the paper in no ?r-ase continued beyon t?i? i'""' }"i" weich it is unid. Subscripti?ms taken I? t-:x Months. Tcnnsof Adyertiiing_For ea? b Adv?*fti?em?3it ?if TEN Im*'? or ti**? (ove.-,iv) .'?r?t ?nserdon. ?"" Ont <io. for?K3 b subsequent his*"rt*orj. 25 ' .In. i.-r SIX in?<-.-tioris, or or.e A't-ek.>l W ?Io. f'.?rT\VENTV?FIVE ?ru.-n.on?. 5 00 Longer A Ivertb-menl? at ?equally fev?xalil?s rat**. Ma*Tiagei?, Jteligioa?and Funeral Notice?, not ?ateeedini five lin-vs, 25 cents. H>" A-.????'. ? ;::?-it? when ordered to be continue?! <? the ins!.! ? after rbe Grst nwrtion will *.- subject tri ?? .':. charjjea*ontlieiriirslappeararic**?.paj-able in all? i*i advance. Tj- Tin? WEEKLY TRIBUNE,a' :>r: largejKiper, fo tin Country. i= pub?^bwi every Sa turd aj morning, at tbt tor; price ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 February 1842

THE TRIBUNE. new-york. Wednesday; February 9. Tj' Fiorn the very extensive circulation of thi? paper, lioth among Im?nes* men and in families, it will he found an a?l v-autageous medium tor Landlord*' iidverllttuients for Jtfotues arid Stores to s?.-il nr to let, or for p??r?WD.? wishing to i-.-nt flou???? or T??tiements, a> well a?i for general Merchan tliie and Mi?r? ilancou? Advertisements. Partirular attention P'iid to Ilegal Notices. Advertisement*, may b-^hande?! in at the office, 30 Ann street, ai any time before 10 o'clock in u> evening. Th.* mi.-? nt advertising in this paper, i? view ol the extent of it,? circiilation, will be t'uun?! extremely low. XT We ar.- indebted to Moil Br.RN..Kt? Blair. M. C. loi a cony of the Sixth Onsu?'.r,? correcxed and compUed ai the State Department __________ LJ- 0|r I: ?ends who have ? r?ten or sent to mquir- a.? to theeom-elnescnfoKr letler iron. P-terlK.ro, ?raving an ?in panialaccODDlof the late Anti-Slaver:.- Sute Convention. are*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 February 1842

?jCr* if the rill* of Parnassus sometimes run dis water U that a reason for choking them ? Not : At the earnoi-t rcqueat of the author wo give p!n to tiie following Poem, if our readers will Ix* ir: cioiuly pleased no to consider it. Ed. 7 r. TO MISS ?-B Cherished idol of my be*art; (Jh?rrinhe?J heilig of my dream*; Cberlshifd anpel, a.? thon an; As tliv form e'er to me ii-cin? Charming ?lnm?*!, love?l-one dear; ClMtrnung being, dear nrrliijr, Charming fr^ld?'-*., h?-ur oh: near, Ttie wrought words that I've to viy. Lovely heing? lovelv la-.-, Lovely beif^ ifaet 1 love Lovely JE-, ah. ala'! Muit I say that yo? not love. Deartiu angel of my love, Dearest angel of my ?oui : Dearest au^ei, frornubov?; 'i'hou appeared to have it/.le. Cupid come unt?"* my aid? Copid come im?! ?"!"1 our t":2"*; Capul coruew??i golden braid, Hind tu with the Heavenly dart?' The. SetcYort, Jun. 2'Hh, IS!-'. '?Xj' It i*< suid then* i** reason to believe that yung ?if in<*endiaries infests Rochester. Se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 February 1842

From Graham*' Magazine for February. ROSALINK BV JAMES RUSlELt lOWELt. Thou look'd'at ?.?n mo all yesternight. Thine eyes were blue, thv hair was bright As when we murmured our troth-plight Beneath the thick ?tar?, Rosalin?.* ! Thy hair was braided on thy bead As on the day we two were wed. Mine ?.*%-e-- ?carcc* knew if thou wert d?**t?l? But my shrunk w*art knew, Rosaline ! The death-watch tick'd behind the wall, The blackn???? rustled like a pail. The moaning wind did rise and fall Among- th?"* bleak pinc-s, Rosalin?- ! Mv heart beat thickly in mi*,e <>ar': The lid? may shut ont fleshly fe*rs, But still the" spirit sees und hear-*, Its eyes are "idles*, Ro?alin?-.' A wildhess rushing suddenly, A knowing ?om?- ill shape is nigh, A wish for death, a ff-ar t<? die,? Is not this vengeant?, Rosaline! A loneliness that is not lone, A love quit?.* withered up and gone, A strong ?oui trampled from it? throne,? What would'st thou farther, Rosaline ! ' Ti? lone such moonless nights...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 February 1842

TH?TNEW-YORK TRIB?NE f ?SE CENT p-r copy. Mail Subscriber* ?*-? J?r i.rm=n.. in advance, and the papier in no case continu?.' W-J the f;rne for w-dch it is paid. Subscriptions ?aken .or Six Mofidrv. 1>rmsof Adverti-iniv....For ?ach Advertisanentol _ TEN line? or Wc (over six) first iriserooa. ?*? *-*f"~* .in. for ?sa h ?utis.-fjii'-'r.' :.-i??.n:nri. rj ?I?-.. for SIX insertion??, <?r one week.*-J ?J do. for TAVENTY-J^VE insertions. 5 ?" Longer Advertisnitaits -'it equally favorable rate*. Marriages Religious an ! IrWral .Noiic.es, not ex?.? In* lin??, .?i cents. 2 ,- viv.rti-.-m.nb? when ordere?! to be coa?nned on ??MS aft? th.- first insertion mil be ?nbjcct ^^ charge as on meir.nm app<*arancts-payable ?u ail?*a-?es m widemcc. , 7 r The WEEKLY 'I KIBi?NK. a very large.PaP??:?"; the Country, i.? published every Sa tur? lay inorn.i-L, ?? me low prie? of $2 per annutu, in advance. ^__ THE TRNJI.'NE. l**or the N. York Tribune. TntMinnnv. the Tari/r. and the .Journal of Commer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 February 1842

?J~* THE TRIBUNE. .VEm'TORK'. TlirRSDAY. FEBRUARY ID xy Fiom the very extensive circulation of this p-tr??*r, bot -arniing ba.iness :iiei: an?l in famtlie?. tl will be found an a? vaatageous medium for Landlords' ai!vr?J?em?-nt> f< Houses aui Slores to sell or 10 let, or for persons wishiu*?- ? rent House^or Tenement?, a? well a.? lor general Merchai tine and ."?t?cfetlaneous ?dvtsrtiseuients. Part?ciuar a:ti-n'.:o ??aid to L'.-r^ai Notice??. Adver?senient? may be.hand?rd in ; the office, 30 Ann ?ireet, at any time before 10 o'clock in th evening. The rales of advertising in dits paper, ::i view i ibe extent, of.iW circulation, will be found extremely low. ?X Tor a Comrnunication on Taxarnany a--d ?*' Tariff?New* from Buenos Avre?, and Miscellaneon Intelligence, see Tirst Page. XT For Mary Ryan, continued, see Last Page. ZT The anide ^?r^Pa,",^ of Tamma?: ?loctrini*. the Journal of Commerce, kc. i> too harsh in it Sciure*, on ' Foreign JgentsJ In Uns -*" ?to not concur .. ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 February 1842

t^WTERS' DIARY.February 0. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Reported for The New-York Tribune. COCRT OF OVER AM) TF.llMINF.lt }*.-:,.r>- Judge K.-i.t and AI?l?-nue*. Purdy and Lee. Wednesday, Kehruary 'J. Trial ofJnmeii f'ortlon Brnnrtl. Mr. MoRRlLL, counsel for' rieftmdant, ?rated that be bad made application to Judge Noah tphavea halle pro*e<rui en tereil. That gentleman wasin Court.andWould probably present bis ? i?-w? himself Judge Noah remarked thai be bad no agency in bringing ti *i.-.. itriaL?*. It.was clone ou applicationi.ol some of :h< ?.. tit.iuror?. S'iiii.thiti'.'muy h..v.? ?.Town mit ..:' Ih?- long editorials, which have appear? <i. tx 'wi un him and Mr. B?-n n.rt.i.ut lie thought they had come ont aljout ??ven- at a?v rate, he -hart no badfeeling toward?, h in, and was willing th;?! tlie District Attorney should enter a noli, protequi. Mr. Morrill, then culle?! upon die Districi Attorn**y to ??nter'sucb, but ?iatoificer stated that be ?li.i not lee! ?u ?iorizod under tl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 February 1842

From ?5odey*s Lady's Book f?**r Feb. MARY RYAN'S DAUGHTER. BV MRS. ?. e. HALL. _ ',t?.'<jIltinU'rd.J "What'11 I rlu witii her at all!" sotilii-qmzed Denny, while suirveying Man.' Ryan and h*-r ?laugh? ter: "the foolish ould nagur, t?? be led *''at way bv his young witch of a wii"?-. Sin* may have year? of trial still, G??l help her! A-*'*' where will ?he *.}i?lt?'r ' Rouse v?-r??-lf. .Mary: my own ?.iii<i heart's darlint !?rou-ic verseif. \\ lint '- tliat you say??that von rnurdercd your mother, jewel ?? Faix, n-j?' twas the will of ^i? h! . avonirncen?no? thing ?.ii?-'-s hi? holy will :?-rou??*. dariing, "?.nil ?s?-.? if ould Daddv Denny can't find you a night s !o<l;ring some where. "Oh, the hearts of some fathers?and sisters, too?to ????* how that VOUllg clip of a sister deserted h?-r like the rest. W here will I tak?- her to ' ? know." he paid; alter (jiving hi? head one ofth.earnest ecratche? which seem mv?teri?uslv t?. revive th?** iri?h intellect. "I know !?ou?d Jemi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 February 1842

TPIE NEW-YORK TRIBUN: I? nub?isl?c?? every mornirip, at No. 30 Ai ?;r?~M, New-York. ami delivered to City Sob?crib?-r? I ONE CENT per copy. Mail Sulncribers, $4 p*r anna in advanc*. ami tbe j?atx.*r in no rase con'.mued beyoi die time for weich it is pakL Subscription.? taken ? Six M*xitlw* Term*, ol" A-lv .*rti?in*?;_For ?-ani AdvenL-eiM'/rit of TEN lines ?;r less (ov?r six) firit insertion. ?50 Cen Jo. lor i-a ii subse*qaeut insertion.?? 25 do. f"r SIX ii*s?-r:ion?. or one week.?? ?'M ?!-.. for TWKNTY-FIVK insertions. 5 00 Lotiget A!v?ri>i:n i,:? at .-o'ialiy favoralde rat?-?. Marriage??;Religioiuand Funeral No?c?a>,not ??-xcectl? live lin?*?, '25 cent?. TT A'lvi-rtisvin? uts when orxlered to be continu?-'' < tl.?- ii.-ule after the first in-waiton will fee subj??ct to the ?on clmrge a? on their first appearance?payable .in all cases atlvanc?:. IT;* The WEEKLY Tlur.t'NF., a veo* ^'?<-v*r><*' ?"' the Country,? i>u!>!Mi?'<! ever;.' Saturday inornmg, at tl ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 February 1842

THE TRIB?NE. NEW-YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11. Correction.?In the t?-nth line of an advertuement bead? ed " .V&ii<r.?-Mr. DvnruLson? in yesterdaj-'s paper, after the word us, read asrre instead of " are.'' *D* In the btter from Ohio on our First Pa?,"*. *ecun? par agraph, tor (forren (Bniik.) r?*ad Urbana. XT Tor the Precions Metala No. 133, Col_mb*as 0.) Correspondence; Controversial Unfaimcis, and Protection, see FirstTage. XT Tor a Commonication on the Influence ofthe Moon, see Last Page. ?_??. *r_r* V>> are c?mpell?a to omit till to-morrow the conclu -ionof Mrs..?. C. Hall'- admirable story of 'MaryRyanV Daughter.' ". T.'W'are indebted to the M.-ssrs- Harnoeks for the ??iir?y r?cwpt ni Bouton i>a?:*>'r? Annnal Report of the Commi^ionern of the C'nnal Fund. We have before us the last Annual- Report of .l-.hr; A. Collier. Luther Bradisb, 0. L. Hollcy, Willi:- Mall and Jacob Haight, the retiring Whig Commissioner.? of the Canal Fund, exhibiting the ?nana-reincnt of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 February 1842

LAWYERS' DIARY.February * C ??.e*?D?R or Tin: Court ok Common Pleas,TiffsD. p,irt r/irst??1, 77,1.?:?, 161, 105, lbT,?w, lit*, 33,313. 31.37. 21. 131,13, 103, 12"*. 219, 220, 75, ?.?.'L'l, 30. Part Second, nreet&at 4 o'clock?M5, i?14. 27-1, H?0. 232. 234, 21)0. 232. .">", '2&. 3<?i, oi>2. 3f?6. 314. 320. 322. Cai.KNDak of tiik Scpkrior Court, This Dav?5 51, 67. 70, 7!. 72, l.**, 77, T?, 8". 2*A 31 to 83. ?, Hi, 9*1 36. 08, 99, 100, 103 lo 1!!'. CalknijakOP THE ?. S. ClRCt'IT Coi'RT, Tin?, D; .i2. 147. 1?30. 170, 173, 133, 221, -.'Jo. 272. 273. 271. 275, ->?. 115, 123, 102. 200 to 208, CITY INTELLIGENCE. Reported for The New-York Tribune < IVIL COURTS. Tiicrsdav, February 1' In the Court of Common Pleas, an action was ""rough* a young woman named Don? Uortt against Fr?*clt*ick fs l..i. for -i br? ach ol promise of marriage, the damages la?? >2.b"\ Tlie parties areeach about 22" or; 23 yearsofa and both fr^b-coiiipli-xiotied. Tb? lady te said to In fddttl mu?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 February 1842

For the Tribun* INFLFENCE OF THE MOON. I was* somewhat surprised to sec a communie tion in your paper, a few days since, denouncing an opinion formed on hasty judgment and imp?. io,-t knowledge^ th?* statement confidently made 1 llr. Lardner in ?jnc ,->{ his lecture*?! that the M?k has n?- influence upon the animul orvegetablc kin ''??:::. T?> ail who had th?* pleasure of lUlenin io that interesting lecture,?if we may judg? fro the lio.'iitv?ipplau-e that greeted the lecture. '< with a master hand, he separated error from trutl lind arrayed the latter in all its native majesty* his refutation of the popular superstitions held r> ??lectihg th? M..-ci. uius j>eifc-ctJy s-iti-factor*.'an convincing, leaving no shadow of doubt in th inM?* of anv who followed him stop by ?i?-* through the b?**autiful elncidacon of his subject, n at it.? ?io?". tiny -vcre led, insensibly, to adopt ?i their conclusion, an opinion directly oppo-.-d t their pretjoncetved views. U'e uro aware t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 February 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I? published ?very morning, at No. SO Ann ?freer. N?*w-*fork, and delivered to City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, $4 p??r annum, in advance, and the paper in no case continued beyond th?*- time for weicb it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. Term* of Advertising_For ?-ach Ad vert"isem?it of TEN lin'*<* or less (ov*r six) first in??eition. 50 C?*Ots. ? io. for ?-a h subsequent insertion. 25 ' no. (or SIX insertions, or one week.$1 50 ?fo. for TWENTYsFIVE iavn.oa?. 5 00 Longer Arlve?-?.i?rnerjt? at equally favrnrable rates. Marriages^ Religions ami Funeral Notices, not exceerltiif* f.ve lin**, 25oent.s. TT Tlie WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very larg?^ pap*r, for u.e Country, is published every Saturday rnornin?, at tbe low prie* of $2 per annum, in advance. TH? "TRIBUNE. I ?i. History of the Navy or the L'sirto StaT'.s o? Amckjca: Abri?i?/riJ m one volume, by -"? Fekimor** Cooyr.R. Philadelphia : Thomas, Cowperthwaite 1 Co., New-York : ./....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 February 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK. S\TI IIIIAV. FKBIUAHY 1? j-y a tew copits of the ??ott?A?rn Literary Mtt?enger.?ot .laiiuarv-itli'b?'-t ii:iiii!"T> ??' p'ilili-h?'l,'?are Ibr ?ale at il.e-otiic?- of this paper. Price aO cenU. Also, our full r.-j-.r*. of Dr. iJirdneft Leetures^MCOm ., riei?contaiuhig eight -lonl-lr Lecture?on TheSun, .M-on. Fixed Stars, Electricity" .VtroospherCj Steam Navigation, ?V.C., "sc. Price 22> c'i.1 XT For Literary Notices, The Merchants arid Pro? tection, Presbyterian Church in Rutgers-st. see First Page. XT For "Mary Ryan's Daughter." continued,see Last Face._ XT Advertiser?will pleas'* hand in their ;?.h .rLi-'-i.vt.:. i'?r Mondays pap'-r. before " o'clock dil>evening. Th<* Kt?ui?ttriitiori of Voter??. We have already siatad that a Mi! repealing so much of the law of March. ?:??". 'To prevent Illegal Voting " ;i? requires :i Registration bf :.? Leal Voter*' of thi? <"i;;.. has been ;?:?.?-.?<! by the \,..-iiiliiv. .-nul tir.it the concurrence of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 February 1842

LAWYERS' DIARY".Eebruary 11. CttuENDAR 01* THE ?i'.TKRtOR ("OVRT, Tills D.W?3, 70, 71.72. iW. 96, 103, H*r>. 73. Ill to I****.. Calenpar-oi tk*5 !'. s. Circuit Co-rt,This Day? ,;. 117. !7". 17:1. I??.. '.'J, .v. 272, 275, -*7!>. 10*2, llj. 13, , 200 to ?"*"****, rt>;. ' ," Eight day notices of trial, Common Fleas. CITY L^ELLIGENCE. Iteyorted 1er The New-York Tribune. i IVIJL COURTS. Fridav, February 11. ??i th? Superior Courts an action ftn slander and false an ? ri*o*?meut wasbf iaght h) Andrew M'Lt*aii ag?*"-"**t Meyer .' Mye:?-, tbedaniagt???: laid dt vi.'?-". Mr. Myrr? ha? l*een . oi several years in the confideni e ??: th? Police, ami ha? ? ? i, information which has led to st>me Impijrwnt arrest.? ! !? plaintiff i? -i manufacturer in tbeN'indi V'ard, and has a ? ?? at '!.?? cornerof31aidi*n I.on?- ;?o-l William-st-for the sale ? bisgoods. II- was standing in; Watl-strcctatthe time ol ? '.. Mass Meeting ontlit'Iuth of Sepi?*mber. I*!". Itstening ?-;?"!,:?? Mr..Butl?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 February 1842

From God-y's Lady'? Book for Feb. MARY RYAN^DAUGHTER. BV MRS. S- C. I*?H.U - fContinued.1 The .?Id man totik th?- little coin and deposited it in one of his numerous pockets, mattering. " I 11 fasten it on my hades. God bless: her, for a m? mo? r?a*." ?'There's on.- thing I often want t" ?peak about; hut can't, never to I.- r." said the girl, '* l>ecaus?3 it almost kill? her: Dp yon know any thing of my old horn?', and mv father ' "Whisht, acushla ! "how should I know* any thin?r; vo? never saw me there I'" , ??No, never* 1 wish I could forget it. but ' can't. I r.,p..-.i,l..-! mv mother catching me ?>?? "? my sleep, and flvinr'from th?- house like maa. and mind, loo, t'h.-'o-.th- and the nurse.? that lol lowed ii?. Oh ' then- 1 w;'t??rl'^ ?" kecP ?vanrter" in*r anv where from hirn ! ??W'in-hf. avouroe?n' it'? foolish to .give sor? row n ton-.?: what do f know about such things, HouM up ver head, sing ut yer work say ver prftvr?. mind yer mother, and. as th?1 s.-hoohnas t?-r's...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 February 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE 1? published every mornin?, at No. SO Ann <itr?-et. .Ni*w-York, ami delivered x<> City Sotecrib?"rs for ONF CENT rx.-r copy. Mau Subscribers] St par annum, in 8ilv-nnt-**, ami the paper in no cav continued beyond the time for weich :t te j.aid. Subxcnpiiofis taken for Six Months. Terms of Ativerti.inir_For each Adver??ni<?nt of TEN lines, or less (ov??r *ix) first insertion. 50 C<srits. do. li>r ??? h subsequent insertion.__ 25 ' ?:.?. for Six inser?'ons,or one week.*l & on. for TWENTVsEIVF iiisetlfon?. 5 00 Longer Adv?*rl?Mnenu ai ?Bally favorable rate?. Man?ase?, Religious and Fanera] Notices, not exceedmg five lirws, 2,*? r?ei)t?. TT The WEEKLY TRIP.l'NF. a ver:.- large paper, for ? the rounirv, i? pnblbh??d every Saturda*. morning, at Uie iow pr.c" ot *2 ]w annum, in advance. THE TRIB?NE THE PR E CJO US >l E TA L**- No. 1 \ . [Compiled for The Tribune, mainly from alcCuiloch's ? Dictionary of Commerce.'] Tii** I'lfi-ii.;;- Metal- ore...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 February 1842

THE TRIB?NE. NEW-YORK, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14. "Or For No IV of lac Precious Metala, the Ktra* Tor>. and Railroad, Railroad Liabilities, First Glai* o? Wine, &c. see Fir?-. Page. ST Fcr Lines to D'ckens, and th"? conclusion of Mary Ryan, see Last Page. The Country Arou?*iu??: Luri-e and -.pirited M?>eting-" of th?- friends ?-?; Protection t-i American Industry haW airead; been held at Horx?sburg, Pittsburgv and ?>? many other town- of Pennsyh-ania. An adjourned meet? ing will be held at Hurri-burg on Tuesday even? ing. One was held ra Bloomfield, Perry Co. on Saturday. A Sute Convention of Iron Manufac? turer-" und all who arc in favor of prese-rving thru important branch of National Industry from entire destruction will a-tsemble at Ilarriaburg on Tues? day the 22d inst (Washington's Birth Day.) The whole State i- arousing. Kv? n Hf.n. .Iamks he-, hj* san, L". S. Senator, and 'presumptive Loeo Foco candidate for President, has addressed a let? ter to tU?- Globe, contradic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 February 1842

!7 \Ye, th?r undorxiscned, C'nrtmrti of ih? i :??- :N'< u-Y..???, kllOWin - thai v>:;r interest" are-c??o'?ly .,-.,? .''?-.1 with the pro?p?-rity and busine?of tiii*? city, do ALI. THE CARTMEN OF THIS <"1TV i ??? 'roble at Lafayett* liai!, So.58? Broadway, on TUES? DAY EVENING, F?L. IS, a: ?" -.'. lock, to a loptsnch mea . ??! tht'ir part as wili ?i.-ur?'ti?- speedy completion of ?:,?.- ***< v. \.-i). and Erie Ruilroad. .Ii/-? ? .' Quimby ;..??? v ? I? i.:!. I V. ?...IH.-S ... 11' ail ?Am I. v hfistian - imuel I' ll'dlso-d |*h ,.. *.Vn?lihuni .;. -hard W'eWi tbraham Myers M ..-?: Barclay i TOdell .'.:.-. B Ore? n Edward A l'.;i?!i Deimi? Tracv '.I Lai (?filin m. Stoari ?? m Egbert ?"?so I ? ?..-, ii Fordham v. m Si ...r: Owen Smyth? .. I' Ly?i??rfcer -, , t "I.IV '"Il ...n IfalkK-Ji I.,..-;.;. .-1 .!?? K .?? Ich' ?? (; Ackei man lohn Haidime i, W Marsh :.,. ai Fowler i..i;.r--l S Storm? i .?an Doualme > v.. ? Spencer ,'|. ? v ?l.ii??i>: M..: 101 S:;TtOII Rol ?!' Ei...

Publication Title: New-York Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 February 1842

For the New Vori* Trihune. LINKS TO CHARLES DICKENS. ? bv f. j. r I. How ?hull my ?jrateful hear? And wor la To speak thy wlcoine to Colnnitia'- ?bor.' Upon my wikl-harpcborils The spirit of my thoughts I tain would pour. And gladly, gladly wake for thee Triumphant peals of Jubila-. II. My ?a dim;; hand.? would weave tur ;!.???. (>f ;-re??ne?i laurel, a most ??Uy.-.'-'j'- crown, And thou ?houidst truly t>? Hiiil'tl Lord of Story 'n Ul>' i"'i-''!t r?*nown. And yet withal word? would be weak, My thank- for all thou 'st (ion'- to speak m Hero,and Warrior. Fritace/and reer. Erenow have ?arosse?! the^Atlantic wav*. Ami iril't'-d Bard and feer; But?-thoo'st atni*h'r claim than iii'-??-r.-.ii?.! have: And tr?;?y -?tih?** h? an horK.red guest, Among our country*'" tir?t and best, IV. Meanwhile, /owe thee m..r>- than I In word, or deed, can ever hope to pay; Bti?, for thy prosperous d?-.?tniy. Oh, Master Spirit i 1 for ever pray? Earth hath np 1,1???nt' Lut it should be thine. vv...

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