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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 February 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUN T?. published iiv.rv morning', at No. 30 A *f?t?..--t, N.-w-York, and delivered :h City Subscribers f- ONE CENT percopy. Mad ????>>?. ribers, ?>* per a**n in advance, and the paper in no cas?- continued beyi "fthe time f*r weich il is paid. Subscriptions taken Six Months Terms ofAdvertUin'*_r'r>r each Advi>rtiM*ni?"nt of TEN lines or les.? (over six) Cr?t insertion. **> Ce 'do. fer <-a h sut>>equent Lastfrtion. -'?'> ,),, iV.r SIX iiiTtinri.. or one w. ?k..*?1 30 ?ilci. foj-TWK.\"i'V?FlVE ?.ii?.-t::--i. 500 B L"n"''r Ad\.-rr -:ti?-i.!i at equ?tlly favorable rates'. r flama-c?**?, Religions and t'?:.'-~;u Notlc?*s, not exceetli ti*Ve lines, 25 cent*. i XT Advertisements whim ordered to be continu?* V inside after tlie tir?i iiu?*rtion w-Il !?.? rabject to th?* .?a bargi ason'theirfirstappearonc*?payable in ail ?-ases rft-ance. XT T1-: WEEKLY TRIBUNE, ?-* very latr*' pap.-r. the Country? i" publish?! ev?*-ry Sat it ?ay morning, at i rf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 February 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NF.W-YORK, MONDAY. FEBRUARY 21. ?ET For Editorials en the State Finance??Tennes ?xee?Virginia?Mexico, Long Imprisonment, &c, sec FiratPage. ST For a Poem on the Rhino, and the cocclusior of the Report of the Dickens Dinner, see Last Page. *D* The Tribune ??)> the only paper of Saturday morn? ing that ?-ave a compltKe report of the DINNER, to Mk. Dickf.ns on Friday evening. The Herald report censed with the Indictment of Boz by Mr. Ducr. leaving tlie badi? nage wholly without point : and Its report i? d** -"'irf? *.?*?*" t:on ol its Weekly pap-r was very little betVT. It- Second Edition was more full, being made up from The Tr?*a?^ It had no reporters in the room later than half-past 10. The a?MJtant Editor of the American made a partial report, and d??< it wen, borrowing the rest from The Tribun?-; ihr Evening Post took all from as and grodgingly credited a part of it The Kxr>r>'* ot Saturday probes to have had Its report crowded out. when if had no repo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 February 1842

Fk'.m Texas.?By the steamship New-York at N'.'-tv-Orlf-'in.-, the Picayune ha? Galveston jiaper* to the l?t i??-'- From these yec glean that Com. Mooro of the Texian service has not been treach ??touslv f.ciz<*d and made a prisoner in *\ tientan, a.? was con?dchtly reported, though his Lieutenant, iiiarmed at his prolonged absence at Merida, had ?"ized the Mexican Commissioner.?, and detained them as hostages for hi? safety. IIc soon after re . oived a letter from Com. Moore, instructing him m robra-o them, und saying that he would be back m a da) or two. Among th*;Commissioner? were Gens. Lenin.-? and Anaya, liitherto esteemed the most honest of Mexican Federalists; The com? plete reunion of" Yucatan and Mexico i? confirmed. The'J oxi'in prisoners under Col. Co*?k havebcen heard frora tit Fresmillo and Zucatccas, on their wuv to Mexico. A: the former $-100,at the latter ?.?iioO. were subscribed for them, and much cloth? ing contributed. They n.ppc*_r to be well i*rcatcd, accordi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 February 1842

For !he New-York Tribune. 1 II }. RHINE 0 fHOC blest R"-. : -; ir?i o? m* song Erew?, I? ? .?-.,- . rj I ? *v?d t! - t? ?? ing tide. ' ; .. ....... . .... u ..... ? ??.? .. . ? Met? i ????.. fairer thai tb< ? ?? oai '? bride. *?'* be -<? are dry spells '?'-'* Wrought -ach wo-U'rot??po**'?" 'I':.-i. ???.?? ??? ??-??. ,-- . -? Wfaer* nymph? uninortal made their -!.;:?:?? '"?'" ' Todweli upon thy iegendary sbor? ' Glideon, lone stream ! ?? tl levktasway Lulling the . ?:?-?- with ihy3orm'ring ;??'?? ? Beaming thy silver in Aurora'* ray. ? >? ? "?;.,_? ihy bowers in th? midhigbl giooni Yon cramblmg tower tbot vp? that craggy steep, Frowning in ?ado? ?? on thy wave 1*0 darh, One? :? .-;....: ,:?ibunders o'er thy loMe;-. I? Once gaily echoed to die minstrel ? harp O tower o; ?oie-bn'*?*: thy air? ha I One?, flowed xvith strains of harmony i.vite? Thon morild'ring "towerl thy batUememed wall .\(.-.-. ti ??? r> '-.' 'ti' the fatal breach ! I' me. So warrioi dan d il y uirrets hig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 February 1842

th?~New-*york tribun: I? published ev?rv morning, at N<>. 30 Ai ?tive't, Ne??-Vork, ami delivered t? City Sabseribcn : ONE CENTpercopy; -Mail Sub?cribe'r?, ?-4 ?>?>t amra in advance, and the paper in no case continued beyo the time t'-.r ???-iclt it is paid. Subscriptions taken ! Six Months. Terms of Adver?sin**_For earh Advertisement of TEN line? or less (over six) first insertion. ?A Or tlO. for ea h sii?r?rr.i'e-?it insertion. '~> do. for SIX insertion?, or one week.$1 50 do. for T\\ KNTV-FIVF. ;i:?.rti<rtis. 5 00 Longer Advcrti-emcnu at ?t.ua?v lavbrsble rate?. Marna:/*-*, Religious and Futura. Notices, not exceed:: live lin??*, -a c?-iil* TT Advertiscnien*- ??lien ordered to be continued i the inside after the fir?t bueriion ??il! be ??ubjccl to the ?at charge a* on their :ir?t appearance?payable in ail cases ,i rvancc. yr The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, f the Country, is published every Saturday morning, at "J joxv price of -?2 ?jct annum, in advance....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 February 1842

THE TRIBUNE.^ NKW-VOKK. TUESDAY, FKBRUARY Si*. XT Tut additional Items from Europe, News from Havre and Mexico. Trade of Boston, fitc. &c, see rirsl Page. XT For Welcome to Dickers." by Mrs. Si?cumey. A Sea Voyage, ?kc, see Last Page. T' "*?i!? v,?,..??????. t,,- ?,i ??food a<to unmy_tify thej>o"* icas to the conjurations whereby the Herod and Pilate of Hi?* Tota' Depravity pr?s.*? have so suddenly from venomon*. foes become sworn friends and conf??d?rat??s? It was hot theother day tliat lb?- Herald was realou*l> and ff-arl?-*-?ly exposin-.? die iniquity of * Little fuddle*?' Banking opera? tions and td_ general ni?cal;tie? : while The Sun was equally savage upon Bennett's atrocious defamation of every thing American, and calling on the Court '" send him to Black well'* Island, under pain of the public indignation. But the I bter and JacJuonville operation? now go on without a ?*. liable of rebuke from 'the Napoleon of the Press' while the latter is shuffled out of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 February 1842

LAWYKKS' DIARY.February 22. rxLr.vrixROi th_ Court of C6m_*o_* Pl*.as.ThisDa v Tart Fik.'t.-1. 275,19.31, -77, >3. 285, ?5, 37. 3?. 41. 4_. ? ig 51, 53. |??vT S'-C'SD?_M, 2?. 0"?. '-'A, :S>i'&, 3?. 12, 4-1.4-. !-. y,_6,53. Cauendak of Tta: S?PERto**. Cocrt, This Day?14,. j ? 137 15t?. 14-1. ??i3. 1<?6, 167- '.03. 170; 171; 173, 174. 1"5. I. 179,1.0.181, 182, 134, l85to 189, U?-\ 1? to-"0?. 202. (?tt.tM-.tR or THK Circuit Cocrt,This Day?270, 3. 330,332, 334 to 34!. 344, 31'. v CITY ?STELEIOEN?E. Report c d fo r T !. e N c w-Y ork T r"tb d ii e. COCRT OF~SES?lOSS. Bf-bre the .Recorder, Judges Lynch ?tud Noab, arid Aid. ?ii-ii P.aii? and Poll ! Mondav, February 21. Trini for Fa!-*- I'leu-nrc. [Continued.] .*/,. .?iiniuW ii. *??<,:.?? recalled !?;. the District Attorne; . t,_ that he wished to correct a statement Lie had made i dis ?ire..: I'xaiiimation. relative to ii.- keeping a book coi taiaingan account of goodiin the j>ub?c stores, and t, - ?aid there ??a? ?lieh ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 February 1842

WELCOME TO DICKENS. Written by Mrt. Sigourney, for the Hartford Fe.tti-.al. \\t t rox-El e'er the ocean blu?*-. Welcome to the youthful West! Ardent heart? and spirits tru?? Greet tnee as a favored gu*'st We'l our Mother-land lia?, taught in liow to honor those ??hose skill From ?!;<? realm.? of Oenius brought Uf Varitid treasures, at th-*ir will: And her children xvouid not be False to ber, or cold to thee. Are! that Mo'.!i<T-land hath shown u llow the (rtra_ger*s kf-art to cheer. Bv h?r hearth-stone **-* i:n'-'* T'lac,"! '?'*? 'There to !,am her lessons ?lean ?1! such tVir example, xve Would not now forgetful be. On our lip? h?-r accent? litige-. In our ??-ins ber blood doth run. And a heaven-born faith i**_p.re_i Child and partent, both a? on-: SO we breathe, with ?.?it-it (rro. Love to tier, an*! love to thee. For The Tribune. Protection Conmidrrrd, tfo. III. BY OK. '.- SCHROETES. ? Purchase chcaplv and ?ell dearly' is the ad vice of Adam Smith, and there id no doubt at ol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 February 1842

THE NEW-TORK TRIBU?S j? published ev?ry morning, at No. SO .' ?trvt-t. \ew-Ynrk, and delivered t? City Subscriber ONE i'F.NT per copy. Mail Subscriber?, (4 p*r ant .:-, 3'i?"anre, and the paper in no case ccmtiauf-d bey the lane for weich it is paid, ?jatwcripdons taker r->!x Month?. Tom:? of Advertising_For ew h Adve-r_.??n*3nt nl TEN Kne? or less (over six) Sr-t insertion. **? Ce ?lo. for ?-a h -:?lis?*qti*-nt insertion. 20 ' da fi-r SIX insertion-?,orc_?*-wcek.% 1 50 i?r.. for TW ENTY-sFIV E mv-mons. 5 00 Longer Adv?*rti_rnenU at equally fa".c*r_ble rat'-?. Jiarr.a"?-?, Religion? and Funeral Notice?, not e_?-t?e f.-.e iitiv?. 25 cent?. *0* Advertisements when ordered to be continued ;?.?.- inside after tlie* tir?t ?n>trrtion will _*? sub.,*-*-t t" the 51 charge a? on tiieir rirnt ?pp**aron?'?r?payable *n all ca-e atr-anc?. ry Ti? WEEKLY TRIBUNE, averylargejpaper, lb* Country, is publi*4i_(i every Saturday morning, ai ??v. jirice- of j2 per annum, in advance, THE TRIBUNE. A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 February 1842

THE TRI BUN E. | N?W??RK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23- i ET Por A New-York Colony In minois. Notices o?' ! New Book?, and Wreck of the Wm. Pale?, se* First Page. XT Por a full and thrilling account of the Loss of the TJ. S. Ship Peacock at the mouth of the Oregon, see j Laal Page._ ?CP. Pi'ULic Amcsk.vf.vt5.?The amueles* but j mighty revolution now proceeding ::i the character and description of our Popular Entertainments ? deserve. _m ver sal remark and co-?ratulation. j The T-emonl Theatre at Boston?-a highly respc-c- j table one of its cla^, and we believe the only one open this winter in that city?ha* just given up the ghost, after a desperate struggle of twenty five weeks, in which the Management has sunk Ten Thousand Dollar?. The lease has been sur? rendered to the proprietors and the house is closed. Thi-;, be it remembered, is in a Highly intellectual j city, which has some Ninety;Thousand inhabitant.?. a* many more within an hour'- ride, a Legislature in session, five Railroad* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 February 1842

Applicant? in Bankruptcy. Sv.fTMr.RN DISTRICT 01* NEW-YORK. iotas Riverbead Downs Riibert R Schenck, 'ni _, J ? Ki-?-ler.Ilemp?tcadCliarl<**-Starr, n?rid W Lord. New-York. Wm H Thorn, Qro C Lamb, New Rochell-*,!**-*.?* M Tyson, H south? ick, *?*? awarnin-,', Hctirv T wheeler. j B lyres, New-York, M tad' Wheeler, Marshall S Kail, Hyacinth Yvelin. ?jo'-rJandt Babcock, Leveret: K Bradley, Wm P Byrne, Michael Connolly, Abraham Bower, George Johnson. Win F Blydenburgb, L I, Jotham Rogers, wr.r. Brown, Dr Syinev Smith, ?ohn ? CChadeayne, Peter R Wyclioff, \>l?o& Crosby, South East. -Morn? Shipley, Caleb Drown, ?rookiva, ?:ha? P Freorr.au, John B Oedr-ev, W_,it?-PlaiBsB--nj Leonard, R'cbard Harufiorrie, Itaphael Peixetto, Darmi E Jone? Wm o <>ro?er, jo?in D Johnson, Brooklyr., Horace Whlieboase, i vrus Loiee, Kingston, Vf m Leonard, ?'V> Lawrence, Hriiipstead, John G S**i;l!., -.,?.., W Latson. New York. V> m P C Stebbins, chu H Lovejoy, H 11 Elliott, SI Mwv*. Daniel ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 February 1842

of the crew. '1 lie gallant I ?Uli] ill. Ulf HI' WOS h.-nd mu? ?il- Wnllld -, ?In- was .?:.-!?..l'.i?i, . die shin Fror.1 die Brooklyn Evening Star. Th?* I??-"* of th> Peacock romfirnird, ? ?lb nil the incident* of the ?i-.nwtrr? TV-.? have been kindly permitted to ??ubli-f?i the following graphic letter, whicli presents the full picnirc of the in?? ofthe gallant Peacock. The numerous friends of Cant. Hudso*" in this citvj while their ncn-03 thrill with a sense of his danrer and that of hi? brarc crew, will *.; the ?arae time learn of their safety, after doing ali that good Seaman could d-> to -ave tii?- ship. We would remark that this i?. the first .?ear and conclusive information that lias been reoeived of .he In?, of th.- Peai-bck, the accouni publi*?hed t,omi-unH-:i,:vSvthe.I?un.;i?ol''':.?ri*t genernllv discredited by the friends That account, however, v.-a- correct. Peacock will !.r-'.- ri"' seas no more ! Oci 01*1*1. >?-? It. II. The Peacock, alter -?ailing upwards o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 February 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I? pub?shc. ev.r.y morning, at No. 30 Ann ( ?rr?* i. New-York, and' delivered t? City Subscriben, for ONE CENT percopy. Mail Siib?cril.*-'r-.$-I ;ier annum, m a*l?nii<-e. and the paper in no case continued beyond f the time for weich it is p;ud. Subscriptions taken for Six Month?. Term? of Adx-ertising_For each Aeivert.'--m?-n* of TFN ime? or lev? (?.ver ?ix) first insertion. ?"?*_. Cents. do. for im I: ?i:!r?e-eiti??Tit in?'-rtion. 25 '-do. for SIX :n?er:,on?. or one week.SIS') ?-'do. for TWENTY-FIVE iriM-rtioii?. 5 0? l/Onger Adverti<?roenu at t-nuallv favorable rat???. Marriages, Religions and Funeral Notices, not exceeding five ?in*?, 25 cents. ?? "J_r Adverti?emen? when ordered to !>?? continued on the ?fts?de after the- first insertion will l?e tmbject to the ?arpe Charge a? on tlieir fir?t appearance?payable m all ca?es i/i a tvarve-. O" The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very* large paper, for lb? Country,is published every Saturday morning, at the tr,-.\- p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 February 1842

Ab?ldrawnby one agency on f^f^in "^wXn panoftbe fmted States, will be a? gwd.^ ^ . the commer?a; sphere of m" emponnm x? bere roe^s? is located at which payaient is to be vca?e,rand ma '*? ?,:i. _Dv be riegociated above par by any bolder ynv |d_ g-itne. of the : i ?is I**??$ agricnltnral products; ??-??-'?.';._?. ? ;ndebte.l t??'_?_^,J^ ?^i .?..r-.'-ic orim h_ ?wi, bill oi exchange for 51,000, payable to^theor ? ? hi? Ohio ccti-respoudentj and tmnW.t? it ac.onlmgi*.- i '"? will t-f above par m ?he Ohio market, because^! .sa j_oo_ remittance :or Nexv-York. where h?ls on l\ew-0rleans command a preminm. It is bought by an Ohio merctent, who rennt? it to New-York in payment tor goods: and trom N-W-York it - sent to New;Orleans to pay ?or cou on l."pon ??arrival ii L? presented to the agency where -'???' accepted, and the ?peei*. i?readv for it? redemption. I he holder, howrv.-r. no*, willing in beburdened with the ? ?'? cie. will genirrally prefer tb>* -specie note? of ihe agency. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 February 1842

________M________BIMI________________________S _ ll-ocnl and Oencral Politic?? .Jambird. M?sk?. Editors j: By the advatisement vuur paper of die 2lit I soe tliat the Commitlt ,,t tito Second Ward have **_lciblved, that th? will continue the organization of thru V\aid ? tV-ig principles ; require the enactmont of lav tii shield thi-iti from foreign legislation ; restrictif ot Executive power: a Currency regulated by ot Legislature, und not twenty-six; ? limit ol oi tarm ofthe Presidential office;'' ??.eke Th Commirteej I presume, nominated the City ?ilir..-: a? well a- others. 1 believe the Democrats are not less busy i ?? organizing" Wards on their principles ; so nave no exclusive complaints to make against e: mer; but if I could sr-e what they intend to d about the business offlte City of New-York, tbould l?e somewhat better satisfied, it appear in me that the local business, -?oint-tiim*?. the loci sovereignty, i- sacrificed to the Union or the .Suit -?generally the former; that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 February 1842

THE TRIBUNE. , . , eol The Nerw-York Trfl u? I.??a?i'.l?tlm*?' ol" .N**w-\'orli. Mondav. February 2L Boili ff..:.-.' have been ven busyto-dav.wiil ? however. i;iiii.?u:iii:i:i'::._ mucb Ici-i'-1'--- la th< SkkaT':. Mr. PaiGI" occupieil ^'"'-' '?'?' " -;?"'r* '!l a fpeech upon the Financial condition of the State : the ...t.-n-il.!?- question under consideration being Mr. Fi;>.\k!.in'- p-su'iit-iou- in relation to Repu" d?-tio-i. By the way; Mr. F. app ws to feel but i tittle interest now in t?.?.- fate of those ,.-.-linio*-.?. j hie own proposition having been striiie*1 oui om .1 vote of die Senate, though nothing has a- yet been | substituted in it- place. Two .ubsritutes are bc fore :thc Senate. on-_-o?^*redby-Mr.;SHKR>.D.and th? other by GciiVJlooT. _T,e.--c will be debated t. every convehientopi>ortoriity-oi rather, tin be made the pr?t?t foi debate, fui they are *-cl ?orn n?iiid..-dt..:'-''"''-'i"'"?'"-!1 tkercwilh?but I vr-n much doubt ?vhethei any question will be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 25 February 1842

? j^___-_---,^M_j!K^BaaMBBMMMMaBB-BB_B>-*ai-aW-MM-Hl ^?^ew^tork tr?buis i? nebt ??li**?"* ev*#ry morning;, ai No; 30 A ftrvet, New-York, an.! delivered i? City **ub?enl>er.. ? i\ B, C F.NT per copy. Mail Su!i?o.ri!><*r?, $-1 pw an? in advance, and the paper in no case continued beyi tl.?- time for weich il i? pa:?L Snbscripiioa. taktn Six Month.?. Tena? of Advertising.... For ?ach Advertisemwit of TEN lines orloss(ov<r -:x| first insertion. ?*"*"; Ce do. (brea h subsec|uent insertion. 25 do frr *?IX insertion?, or one i???ek,.$' 5ft do. forTWENTY-FlYEhisertiofis. 5 00 ton*--? r A Ivertisment? ;.i equally favwsble rates. M.1--?.I-.'.--. R' ligbu- and *?'_.?.? nd So'jces, not exceed fiv J.-.-i?.?. 2". cent*. *17" A'tverdsenients ?sli?-ii ordered to be continued (tu inside aftrrthe first ?mcrtion sv?? We snbji-ct to the ?a charge ason tlieir first appearance?payable in all cas? jaranee. XT Th? W"EEKLY TRIRI'NK... ver* large paper, ?j.?. Country, ?s put.ii?ii?-d every Sat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 25 February 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23. IL** Ilome I.euic--?" Convention, A:.r:15.1Z42.? The following Resolution ??a- anani?nonsiy adopted ai a inee-ii.'!. of die "" Home League " of the State of New-York, held ::i th*- City >?'. N*-w-V?rk on ii;?- '.'lii Feb. inst : Resolved, That the " Home League- oiftheState of.Vexv Vwk"approvethecall matie byortierofthe Primary League for a National (Jonveution oCDelcgates representing die in terestsof tl'*- fritmds of the Protecuonol Hon,? Indakrv ai d the Promotion QtTtcciprocai Commerce, and onheintbe reqtifst that the ?:? legates which may he r_r*o>__ from Other Homeleeague. ami Asricnltural Societievand ;?l-. from Mechanical, M_nnfa_i*_-m.g, Commercial and Intentai Irn prox-etiient as-..'"i:tt:ori- ibroughout tlie t'tnted Statt ?. ??' mea__res as they maj deem expedient ?^}&^.&b? Ucttv to th.- 1,1.,'v... ?all. Tn-AgpEL??. \\ >K KMA.V .\ Dii.MK AM < HAN Di-fcR, WILLIAM CONSELYJCA, WILLIAM C.LANGLE-, unit KCE ST. JOH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 25 February 1842

I.AWYKRS* DIARY*.February 25. ru E-sroARorTHE Court of Common Pi.v..?.s.Ti*is').?.v? P?rV First.?1. 31; SI. S3, 235, 35, 37, 3!., ??1. 40, ;?. 51;-?, 52. 13. ? Part Second meets at -I o'clock?66, 71, 7i?, 78, -1*. >'?'. ,\ :>".. v.'. 56, ''?. '-?*?? ???*? t ?-. i.miah ok THK Superior Cocrt, ThisDat?186,2 2 ?:. 133.52, 100,94, '?'i. It. 1:.?2.3. CITY INTE?JGESGE. Reporte-?] loi The New-York Tribune. < Ot ItT OF SESSION'S. Bcfor? lh. Recorder, Judges Lynch arid Noah and Al? dermen It d ? an '? I' illock. Wednesday, February 2: Trini of J?-.ntl.ni_ Ainoiy and Henry II. I.t-crfft for I-aUc Pretence. [Continue?-.] : Cross-examined?The intercour*?, between .Mr. Aiuorj 's faruily and my own continued some lime (months) after our -ijjrrelon board th?* ?t.-.i-.i?';.:>.it. v. ii?.?. I threaten?. I him with personal violence. I was ven* angry butilo not think I t?.r.-n:?-::? -I liinrw.tii death. No person \? ;i? immediately present .11 the quarrel, and I estimo! say whether "or nn*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 25 February 1842

are m THE TRIB?NE: The 22d in Win-hinston- I?i?-id?-m'- i--'1.* c -App?aiiiiif?' I'nat Ba.II?The l***"iH Vf'?.??<? ur i ? :? i iIi.im-i 1.? . ?Ve. i .,-....;?.? .(il.:..... oi ?; ? rribun? U , ???.,.- -. I:-- ' F? : . Xhj- I-. ?-;.? ?',. :?-.-. . r.u'n of WaA ? _* ? ? Birtli-Dav, both the Sei it? >' ? ?! ? ? ? ? ' !'.-???-? sentat?vi s men -. ? ynven? d f? ; the purpose ol : ?-? jotrrninc; I bedu* ??? .- - ?? -. ? ? . and Peon svlvania Avenue wa ?? livened l?v the movement.? and musi? o? l?i? Military, vvlul, the "!"" throughout the whole da*. literal", teemed Bcautv and Fashion. \ Gaiiiriei m.-eting took i ?? i> - .- l fini-.- at 1"' o '?'" -,. place at ton President - n??o which last-d foe two '.'-ill boi.r?. 'fhi? evening ? splendid Ball wtus ?iven at tin --?S - ?'?oras., and -A-iiiie I urn writing, more tl . : ::???:.??? - ion?bles of the. place, both resident:- and ca.?ual ? ?oarnersiarc * tripping on I li?'ligiit fa?-Ui-d ?? ;-.?-. oi prorjieiiaHing tii rough, the spl...

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