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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 March 1843

HE NEW-YOilK TRIBUNE ca V?U?u tf.. (opposite fie CtCy //.d/.J Fwlr, /!' luTciiY 8?iiK*cril ers rOr CV?ds p? r ueek. *?5*eafr* ^ Ceutl Mail Subscriber* |5 per . i1.*** ;n advance; aiut the pap?*r in no c:iMfOtnl!riu<-<i J***Sth#'lh?e '<>r which U ik paid. Sutisc.ripiKu.ir ^ tkxms 0? advertising: ' orjets.(jv.t ^is.) first imtc-nUn.... ?0 Cents. . for euch subsequent Insertion. 25 " ' u ibr iusertion*. or or.r week.$1 So 44 ' - for txeutv-fit* fose.rtions. *? no ?? I 4<,-^rii.\einents equally tav?rhble rates, f^itj^ Reliciou-and Fam*ral NotiosS, r.o: exrerdiiiK <"-nl i. Iii hi ess %> m n h^P i BY GREELEY & McELRATH: VOL*. If. IVO. 277. OFFICE NO. 160 NASSAU-STREET. RfEW>??Bfi. TIS5 KSDAY IHORWjWO, MARCH *, 1843. FIVE DOLLARS A, YE AR. WHOLE HO. 51?0. Daniel lived abbot 600 years before Christ;: The years seem to diminish in length at a distance from that point, like objects seen in a natural landscape. ?J to ? o GOO O C C5 O CO o c itOME 201)1 Years image,"...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 March 1843

>!y tc be regarded as the commencement of ibe 490 ? ears. In the seventh chapter of Ezra we have an ac? count of ibis decree, ami of the return of Ezra to Jerusalem under tho countenanro and protection of king of kings Artuxerxes. The chapter tells us i Kern 7: 8) that thin wn? in tlie seventh yeaV of the nMgn of this monarch. Archbishep Usher places this event in the year B, C. 457. Mr. Miller, who adopts this date, -..-ems to bo ignorant of the fact, that the teal date ot' the birth of Christ is four years before the corn man era, and that Christ was crucified A. D. 29, hiid not A. D. 33. So that the year 1S43 will he in reality 1847 year* from the bitth of Christ, and the present year (1840) is 1844 years from thut event. The year B. C. 407 will therefore be 453 years before the birth of Christ. Reckoning from the year 453 before) Christ was born, and adding 33 years', the 8ge Jesus Christ at bis crucifixion, il would be 48G yean from the decree of Artaxer \es to the cutting o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 March 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS PCSUSHISO BVr?T MORJUKC, At ICO Ntus**-st., (oppotitt tkt City Halt,) Ifm-fork, And delivered to City Subscribers for Nine Cents per week, ?/jingle copies Two Cents Mail Subscribers, $S per BBtuun, in udvance; and the paper in no oas? con tinned beyond tbe time for which it Is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Blonth*. TERMS 07 AOVBRTISIHO: TRN lines or less,(ofer six,) first Insertion.... 50 Cents. ii ? for each subsequent insertion. 25 " ? " tor six Insertions, or one week.$150 - it ? for twenty-five insertions. 5 00 " Longer A4?ertUenientfi at equally rhv?rahle rates, jviarriagrs. Religious and Fooeral Notices, not exceeding tie lines. 25 cents. j-yTHE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very laree paper, for tte Country, js pnblislsed avery Saturday morning, at Ibe )ow price of $2 per annum, in ndranee. THE TRIBUNE. tz=^=~ * ? - " ? ? - Hdtetat* Wotfces. Ths Knickerbocker, or New.York Monthly auca ZtsE. Marcli, 18-13. John Allen, 139 Nas--au-?l Ihe leading article in this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH :i. M'OR PRE SWEAT, HENRY CLAY, OF ?uticrccJCT. C ?earral CoMmiltr* of Democratic "Whiff 1'odb" Hleu*?A regular n>?^-tuig oi mis Cora JDiltee* ill ?<* ueht *? l,,e Broadway Hau?? on Friday ?vcnine. the SJ but* *lb?U pa>t 7 o'clock. By o'der. K' ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. Chaxi-C* K- Taylor. I je4. James B. g>WA"c' | ,m (_T We b?ve made arrangement* lo have our City Sub ?cr.bersiu ihe WEEKLY TRIBUNE regular served a: Abfir residences, Iry leavine noiwr ai the officej? N??ao-?i JO* For Literary JSo iets uf tbe AW^k***' ??d *D?? *rrr, and a Letter from Mr. Webster, tee ? isi Page. ET For a fine Poem on 7'*? Wind, by Geo. Lunt, and a Communication concerning Abuses at West Pou t, wre Last fr. bietet C_n_ge?. Our advices frora Washington leave no room to doubt that Hon. Walter Forward has tendered to President Tyler his resignation of the post of the Secretary of the Treasury, which took effect or "Wednesday. This resignation being unquali...

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

Bankrnpea-Feb. 28. ?(-.leb M. Littelt. late Grocer. IS'. Y. Edwin Williams Eclilor. N.Y. ji?rab Newion, A?en;, N. *. Thomas SehnVer, Manufacturer, N. i . rVedilors *f I$acc B Van Arnnm. Sluyvesant jo>tin IL Homer. Merchant, N. Y. Ber?niin B. VU.1I, N. Y. l^/TCiWff v Benjamin F- SipMtoons N.\. Oeortre W. Holland. Meisurer, N Y. Ksoolpb Ba-ner. Altornev, N Y. *b'aram T. Perkins,Trader. N. Y. Jul;ui J- Jaco?ns, Cloth irr, N. Y. Kraiias Wbeelo k. Merchant, N Y. Brrnsrd RatTerty, Blacksmith. N. Y. Creditors of Je*se S. Fieet, Merchant, N. Y. Thoxa%Low,N. Yi Richard Vanghan, Brooklyn. Wjlli?mJ. WonlleVjTin Ware Manulaclurcr, N, Y. Ru^ell Child, N. Y. T>8niel M. Wilcox, Carpet Dealer, N. Y. Jinrs P. Oiffing, Bookseller, N. Y. Vnac ?. WiPhrnson. Clergyman, N. Y. Ueorge M'CJo'kv Fa?mer, New own. Jlariow K. Ltle. Merchant, N.Y: Francis B. Walker, N. Y. MONEY MARKET. galea at the Stock Exchange, March 2. ai??S'.8tc6Js IR6I.!*> I 10 shrs National Bk .... Dc< 2000 Siatr 6s, 1C62.101 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 March 1843

0 From ?The Knickerbocker' for March. The Wind has voices that defy Tbe spirit's utmost scrutiny ; We shudder at its sobbing wad. And shrink when howls the rolling gale , And even its softest breath is heard, Like some half-tnnttered. saddening word : Of all ita straios there is no voice That bids tbe thrilling heart rejoice ! The sailor, on the silent seas, May long to hail tbe freshening breeze ; The blast that whirls the spattered foam Will waft k m to his distant home; Yet, while the loosened sail he flings, That gives his floating bird its wings. His manly heart will often feel Some strange, dread fancy o'er it steal. When crouched beside tbe wintry blase, And Midnight sings its wonted lays, The music of the mingling tune. Now rising high and falling soon. Tbe wailing and complaining tone Mi-ht be a laugh, though more a moan; Bot wnd or sad, or high or low, J? ever takes a tone oi wo. T've seen it stir the nested rills Amid the topmost crystal h?ls ; Have watched it drive the c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 March 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is published r.vrnr morning, At lW IhuVOHFtt, ferpotitt tke Cit* Hall.) Few-Fork, in? dclixrexl to Citr Subscribers mltnt CetRj per werk. ??inelf copies Two .Cent* Mail Subscribers, $5 per ? jo?m, in advance; and the paper in no case continued Myood tbe time for which it is paid. Subscriptions laien for Six Months. TERM* or ADVERTJSJwa; ??EN lines or IcSfi.fover six,) first insertion.... W Cents ? - for each subsequent insertion. 25 M ? " for itx insertions, or one week.|1 M " ,( ? for twenty-five insertions. 5 60 " tMetr Advertisements at ec.uasi-,- favorable rates. M?rriases, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceedinf* ?te liar*.25 cents. rj TRS -WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, A tbe Country, ii p?oiishec every Saturday morning, at tb* lo* pr'? of P*r annun1.ln advance. r fHE TRIBUNE. JLtUimn Notices. Thc Democratic Review. March, 1843. J. L H. G. Lingley. 57 Chatham st. Tbe opening paper of this number is entitled ?The Gallows and the G ?*pel,'' a desig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 13 43. FOR PEL SWEAT, HENRY ( LAY, or Korrr/crcY. O" W> have rpj.!^ arrong'-m?"nis to bave our City Sub err bersto the WEEKLY TRIBUNE rer;uUrly vrved at Ihtii residenc*o.by lra"m?r notk-e ai dir othce.lnrf' Nassao-st "C* Advertise-s will bear in m:n<l that advertisraient* In tended for Monday's p<:p<.r rnu>t Ve sent in by 10 o'clock this evening, as our publication office Is not open on Sun? days. Tbc -?ii*s !*>i advertising, in view <" tlje e*Icn?lve eircula?ouc? this paper, arc very :< dsoixible, and in all Co t-- <>.' payable >" ?dvctice. SCT For rot'-c'. ot :be Lfc??<erat? /frttra-, /Vui.ej AfffC* jniean.l otbeT w rk*, 1: - l.'b rar* ?f CHyP>n<>?. A Jfew Projectile, t-. , .-??-? First P^fje. 17/ For a JVm, French Orators, The A^-st-id Case, JFiench fivbihty. fcc. w Last Page ifferribl*" Eur:l.'4?ii??i*; in the West ladk*? KVji I a??????tS L?ivc? ILo*l-Tbe; JFir? tu ?Jiuc:?Miit*? Cor ?.?po-idence...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 March 1843

im**-"- \ ?v p*tss?tg*as33fui\ mm iiiJrw'^gTOiwtqiiiiiiiiiw'Wi hi 30. At BaltinioreJ selts o! red Wheat at 70 a 75. Com 43i *?g?DS? For home u?c we hear of sab'? of 70 bbls very pri.ue old Clover at Si, and 40 tcs new at '? r. 6. Timothy if held at $16. Rocgh Flax Is rather doll, and we only bear of srr.ao sales to the crushers nt ? Clean is almost en? tirely without demand; the nor.r.nal ra'e i? 9, 25 a 9 IPK ?P.OCEIUKS--We notice sales shout i-?Ohags Rio Cof? fee at 7j a 8}, svith some Inferior et (150 do Loguyraal 3j; 175 Si Domingo at 5j; about 100 bh'Is N Orleans Sugar sold Bt4{ aM At Boston, ai auction, the lollowing sales were mide: MoUsses?N Orleans. 267 hhd$ adv, 70sofd,i7jc; IrJfl tcs do 17J; 110 bbls do 17j a I3jc per gallon, 4 mos?the latter partially damaged by salt wnier. Ol L_Fartt.tr sates of Whale, at the East have been marie; 600 bbls delivered Ir.re, at 33c cash, for export. NAVAL STORKS?A sale of 250 bbls Wilmington Rosin bas been made at ?t. Spirits of Turpentin...

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

8$c Out=_i?. * UrOS ? precious shrine one day I plaeed a gav and sweet bouquet, The brightest flowers of my young thought Were with its-finest perfumes wrougut. And with a riban I bound, whoee hue Emblemed a hear: forever true. Upon that shrine there also lay A gorgeous, many-hued bouquet. And every flower that told a thought Was with a golden thread m-wrougat; G I not so beauteous, to mine eye, As the love*not whicn mine d?'tte. N_. - I lin-rred what seemed ages there, < Iii hope that, answering to my j.rayer, Tjjie cloud might ope, and show revctiei T'?e form of uer to whom I kneeled ; Theo from the pure and jealous cloud A lily hand its lustre showed. And'drew within the envious veil Tue gut where gold made yellow pale. I left my flowers to wither there? That most they soon with my despair No more the pathway to that shrine Si.ill know these wonted feet ot mine: I tuiorn my loves best gifts to bring For an unworthy bargaining. 'The Amintud Unite. The following Message was tran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 March 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I? fCEl.lSHKr> Rvrur MORWIKC, At 160 ifeimwt, (opposite the City Mall,) Hero-Tori, And gt?nni to Gitv Subscribers for Aw GVnfj per week. Sinek* copies Two Cents. Mail Subscribers, $5 por annum, io advance; and ihe paper in no case continued beyond ibe time for which it is paid, Subscriptions taken for Six Months. tsrms Or advertising: r?N lines or less, (over six,) first insertlen.... 50 Cents. u ? fee each subsequent insertion. 25 " u u for six insertions, or one week.$1 SO " a " for twenty-five insertions. 5 00 " L-mjrer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding fiTe Bness 25 cents. [Cr THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for tbe Country, is published every Saturday morning, at tbe low price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. SLtterarj Notices. Tue Better Interests of tue Country,in connection with International city-Right. By Cornelius MaTIiews. New-York and Loudou: Wiley it rui naai. We a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING. MARCH 6, 1843. FOR PR&SWEST, HENRY CLAY, oj- eri*toc*t. XT Druocmtic Whig C??**ral Commit? tee.?A Mee?ne; ot th:? Comtunt'e will be held on Tues? day Earning, March 7, at tbs Broadway Hou?e at Laif past 7 o'clock. PHILIP HONE, Chairman. Joskph * Secre'.aries. ^ ft Edward E. Cqwlss,? ^ rno it O" In r?tt.a0elpk:at The Tribune may be ?brained imm E. W Carr.at ihe office of tbe Forum, Cbes-utst. In Troy, from Alfred Saiitb. XT We arc indebted to the Hon KpwaM? Stanley, J. jw*Yr?ard, J. C. Clark, and C. Hco*w, lor valuiblc pub? lic documents. 17" Fnr Literary JV**?<j of Str. Mathems Lecture. En turn's Lecture 6,-c? '?' ttker half o f a Story, Valiant Gen> eralt and nifcer article*. See First Pa?e. D" Fora fetfr f O? Robert Dale Oven . Gafc&tnf Shark, Vovu+:%c Lift of a Brigand, tfC. S*? Let,, r-ge Cloaiag up at Wnsthingtoa. The sitting* of the two House* on Friday were prolonged into 1 the small hours' of Saturday morn? ing, and a great deal of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 March 1843

MONEY MARKET. gales at the Stock Exchange, iUnrch 4. ?ewuUS Loan 1082?lt>*4| 23shrx Pbenix Bk ...... 73 SKMStmte 3! 25 d? ?d- k Hud ?'6<M M 7nM gute 6,, 1?62.101* 25 do.sfidd 861 ^ ,Jo.b30J '01J 75 do Moh'k R.29? TftM do.......101 25 do.:..Sftd 29? JEn rlo..hSOd lOi* U0 do Harlem R. 16; .j^Ohioes I8?0...v. 40? do. 16* 9fifl do.t>0{ .5 do As t Rocb R.... f?5 fnnn do.(>30d 69V! 70 do.96 ?ort?Kentucky 6?.8411 10 do .\ Jersey R.69 do... sbonloan 86 ' 25 do Paterson R.43j Commercial and Jloacy Slattern. Saturday, March 4. Tbe &ale* at ihe Board to-day were to fair extent, and Without material variation in rates. Ohio 6s improved j. Stock? were pretty firm. Foreign Exchanges are quiet at 5} a 5? for leading Ster? ling, *cd 5 45 * 5 i2$ for Francs Moblle u gamed at 18 a io discount; K Orleans 1 a 1; premium. . Letters 'from ^Mobile Hate rates as very unset ?jed.wi?i fitjr business, Sight wits quoted at 18 a 20; 60 <iayti6a I". K ues had fluctuated ab?ut 10 per cent ?luri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE. Robert Dat.e Owen.?This gentleman, who has made himself somewhat conspicuous in years gone by, on account ?f his peculiar views oi soci? ety, has been recently nominated, in Indiana, as a candidate for Representative toCongres?. He de? clined the nominatioH, and was requested to recon? sider his refusal. In bis second letter to the peo? ple, after stating tbe reason* which render hi-* re? solution unalte-able, he makes the following re? marks, which may be recommended to general ob? servation by their tru'h und propriety : 41A public man should be never so situated that the eight dollars a day may become an object tc him?may inteifercs to guide his course or shape his conduct. When ft man neglects bis own busi? ness to attend to that of the public, the publiccun not promise, and a servant ought never to calcu? late, that they will make it up to him. The most worthy, not the most needy, ought to be selected for ofli'ee. Pecuniary expectations should be kept wholly separa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 March 1843

is Fl'Hl. tili ED Evr*Y morning, At 160 IsWlsHS Sti? (opposite the City Ball,) Few-Fork, a?4 delivered w City Subscribers for JVi?,< (/enl j per week. Siofflr copies 7<w> Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per aannrfl, in advance; and ?he paper in no case continued beyond the lime for which it is paid. Subscription* utken for 8? Montim. TEXMS or ADVEKT'SlXfl: xf\ lines or less, (over six,) first imwrtlan.... BO Cer.tt. ?a ? for each subsequent insertion. ?5 - a " (or six insertions, or one week.$150 " u " for tvKrniy-five insertions. 5 60 " Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Msrrisgfs, Religions and b uncrai Notices, not exceeding *tc lines. ?5 cents. tj THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large ?f?per, ^rtbe Country, is published every Saturday morning, at the low price of $2 per annnm, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. SLilcrarj Notices. Travels W ?e Great Prairie Wilderness?Tub As arCaC and Rocky Mountains, and in the Oregon TiRRiT 'ry. By. T.J. Farnham. Greeley AiMcElratb, }6C Nas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 March 1843

TKfe TRIB?.*jL_ TUESDaY MuRNLNG. MARCH 7? FOR PREitW?*lT> HENRY CLAY, or n.e.n'rvcu.r. _ D-Da.ocr.tie VTUig Ornerai Commit K Meedo*: ot Ott? Committee wth be hehl oa 1 ues g^iSiMarch 7. at the Broadway House at half past 7 o'clock. PHILIP HONE, Chairruan. CT b THtLADiLfiiu, Tbe Tribune may be *b!a!ted item JE. Carr.a: tbe office of the Forlm, Cncs-mist, in Tsov, from Alfred Smith. t?" Sic4jcH6*e' wriu-sfrom NTsw H-iven. Ct asking ?s to refresh the public recolJtscuon on The subj'Cl of tbe party character of the Pennsylvania LegUmare which in J836 chartered tbi U.S.Bank as a State Institution, la reply, we will briefly state that tbe Heuse was Wbig, or rather Anti-Masonic, having been elected by tbe Wolf and ?Uhlenbergsplit in lue opposite party ; but the A'enafe was of tne Jack-on or Van Bureu party. Eight of the Senators of that party v:>ied w'th .the Whigs to cb ?mr the Bank, bnt were denounced Ior it and exeomutunicattrd by :heir party. We toi sider this reelarler ot the Ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 March 1843

gjun twara, but the Captain wculd not allow the boat to be }o*;eie<l or the vessel to be ho"?c to. Th? Captain was ar rested.and will probably be. < xanjined to-morrow (Tues ca?) forenoon. CoV.ntt Couitt.-r'lhis Court trei to-day, pur waati/<ad!ournmtnt.-Jndge Vtsbix-ffer in th* Chair, to render its decision on die charges pref.rred by tie Sledi-a' Society (for improper condoct) agiunst Dr. Jackson. Some of the members being desirous of more lime previous to forrams a conclusion on the sabject, tbe case was furdier a(jj33nied to Monday, ihe 20th hist., al 4 o'clock. [The ac? cused, by tbe provisions of tlie statute, is deprived ol the rbjal W practice during the pendency of the charges.] Cocrt ok Sessions?Before the Recorder, jBjgt Lynch and Aldermen Smith and Gedney. First Day or the Term.?Grand Jury.?The follow iag gentlemen comprise the Grand Inquest for tbe City and Cocsivol New-York: David D. Crane, Foreman; George Abel, Cal^b Brush, Joseph Cbaraberlain, Christopher De...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 March 1843

Hone at jFjfHt -S?otit. by evl'.Vta. Imo my heart a silent look Flashed from thy careless eyes. And what before was shadow. to*k The light of summer skies. The First-born Love was ia that look ; The Venue rose from out the deep Of those inspiring eyes. My life, like some lone, solemn spot A spirit passes o'er, Grew instinct with a glory not In earth or heaven before. Sweet trouble stirred the haunted spot. And shook the leaves of every thought: Thy presence wandered o'er! My being yearned, and crept to tknne, As if in times of yore, Thy soul had been n "part of mine, Which claimed i: back once mere. Thy very sell" no longer thine, B-t merged in that delicious life. Which made us one of yore ! There bloomed beside thee forms as fair, There murmured tones a3 sweet, Bat round rhee breathed th' enchanted air, 'T was life aud death to meet. ? And, henceforth, thou alouc veert fair. And. though the stars had sung for joy, Thy whisper only sweet! ? i Agricultural Improvements.?The growing ...

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

! ^NEW-YORK TRIBUNE , f is published evpry morvixg, 11 ,? rfasnm-it.. (opposite tKt City Hall.) Jtew Fori, *? -^errrJ to Cirv So hscribers for 2?? Cents per week. ? copies Trvo Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per 1 is ad?1?* ? and ihp paper in do case continned ? ' *^9d the lime for which u ia paid. Subscriptions SB* Six Months. ^ TERMS of advf.nTIJINO: r ^,.j^or less,(over six.) first insenian.... fiO Cent*. k >? . for each subsequent insertion. 25 " 1 '. a for/ir i"wrticns' or one week.$150 u 1 ?'? .? tor fn?eafy-/Sre insertions. 5 00 " ' ^Tpstifements at equally favorable rales. '^risers. Rfligions and h uneral Notines, not exceeding ?S-, 25 rents. S?E we ekly TRIBUNE, a very large paper, 1 k/ftiSGtry. is pnbiished every .Saturday morning, at :price of $2 per annum, 111 advance. ! "fHE J[R1B UNeT^ 1 SLitcrarj Notices. L m0.ca!? Review and Metropolitan Magazine Pjbrt*-'lS?-No. 2. New York, Saxton 4c Miles, 205 ? ' I MfAvV 1 Jfc'i,tfali sfconJ ?umher of a Review publish Verein two mo...

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

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH o\1813. eon rja&iitjeirr, HENRY CLAY, 07 irtfTOCKT. ?a a>em?rr?ifc Whig General Ccmraiue. ~ 1m rcb 7,1S43? RetelTtd, 1 usi u,*- ward3 be p>qaest<- :i to i'.-eroW* a: their a;uai place? of meeting-, t>o ilcnrt^y, tbe iStb day af March insi. at b*if-pa? 7 o'clock P. M.. to cboo*? three delegate* fn rr. eaco War'1 to a Mavorkity Convention to jneet at Broadwav House on Monday, tbe 20.k of March Irst at baJf.pas; 7 o'clock- And &!>oa Nominating Com* xxtte'e from eacb W ard to seise: Charter c?cer? for the ea stilatr year. Ward L M.S. Thresher's Broad-rtreet Hotel. II. Job'Vj S#rx>r. i Ward Hotel. l?7.N*v^j street 2IL Norm River Ccff-e Ho?*e, 2'Jt Washington street. IV. Stoksneare Hotel. Daar-e. comerof WilRam street V. Marlon Hoaar. 165 W^s: Broadway. V1 Monroe Hall, c-.rrer oi frz.:- and Centre street!. V II. KraakHii Hoa*e. c>rne.- of Rutgers i-jd Centre s?. VII Ho*ar'' Hon?', corner of 8 mat way and Centre s:. IX. Nor...

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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