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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 March 1843

por.icfi Office.?Stealing p-rosi a Slaugh? ter Housf..?The slaughter-house of Messrs. Henry L. Jol? ly an* L-Jwis B. Grum, in the Third Avenue, near Seven? teenth street, bavtrg been robbtd on night of the 2d in jtantof the whole dressed carcase ol an ox. two young men. sarned Ernest Keyscr, Jr. and William L. Hyatt alias Balfiht, took in a cart to the meat shop of Mr. McW'ay, No. 15 Sowery, and sold to him at 3$ cents per lb. the same beet j?5 stolen : they having previously agreed to sell Mr. Mr War the m"Ht of a young steer, hut furnished that of theox as a sabslitnU*. Mr. ?rem having traced the beef, and Identified it bv the marks, gave information to Ofri-ers Bird, Tompkin; and P. Brown, of the Upper Police Orfice, whascr.cc.'dr.t in arresting K?yser an t Hyatt, and it was proved they sold Hie meat, and as H*vntt confused that K- ysflr and himself went and stole it. K^vser was held 10 nail in $500 to answer, and Hyatt committed in default of likeb?d. Hyatt was also committed fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 March 1843

r or The- Tribune 3 jjoxtst EJPalfe ; Or, Tie Influence of jSatn-e's M*nc on the Mtnd, BY r.. ? ?OMaSSR. 'T was a mild Autumn day ; Learing the City's din. I wandered oat To Nature's bowers, where not one thoughtless snoot Broke on the lonely way. There was a whispering soand As soft and sweet as aome bright warblers lays, Breathed in pare raptore to their if aker's praise. Rising in richness round. 1T was like some long-lost strain Of music, from the land of Childhood's dreams. Of fount and river, and of sliver stream?. Thrilling my 3onl cgain I rambled noiseless on O'er rock and hillock, and ]*>w tangled fern. Meeting the ?ume deep nctes a: ev"ry tum, Xor -rushed them to be gone A spell v.-a> on me then ; I reached b circle in the forrf' woc-i. And by a monad o'ergrcrwa with gr ?es mos?, stood. And pared adown the giert. 3a:y-t I knew it not Tor, Kite a wanderer of the sei, 7 "red Thro' all.the scenes fond Iofancy hud ievsd. To each remembered spot. I could aot then recall C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 March 1843

.THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE )| , is n'blished cvfut mornirc, I' V. ISO floJiav-st., (opposite the City Hall,) FcvyYork, flic i oYHwed to City S?HscribeH? lor Mne Cents per week / sinete copies Troo Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per 7 annum, in advance; and ihe paper in no case continued t-eynod the time for which it it paid. Subscription* taken lor Six Months. terms of ADTEftTtStHa: fgN or lew, (over ?tic,) first insertion.... SO Cents. for each subsequent insertion. 25 ?? M for rix insertions, or one week.$150 " " tor fnxntv-five insertions. 5 orj u . rrr Aitr?rtlseinents at equally favorable rates ^Marriages, -teligious and 1? aneral Notices, not eieeedine j?ei:nes. certs. H jyTHE WBKKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, I rtbe Country. ? pnhltshed every .Satarday monung at ? jje low price oi 93 per annum, in advance. 1 2^_ THE TRI BUNE. This is a good number of the Edinburgh Re? view, though con* of its articles are of the choicest K: I AR sold ig the ?ubject ofone of its papers, ich gives ?? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH I?, 1343. Jt OH i*JL?SWJ?frT, HENRY CLAY, CT kimttjcst. in Drrcorr?iic Wbis Cirneral ?cmniitte, JAmrck 7,1S?43? . . .. Reseized, Tn-i we Wardt be r*ou*sied to weoble at their usual places r.f meetiajr, od Monday, the 15th day ?1 March test, at balf-p??7 o'clock P. M , to choose three vieleKate* fn ra eac-' Ward to a Mayoralty C*?pvent.on to meet at Broadway H?s?e on Monday, the 20 h of March insL at half-past 7 o'clock. Asd ai-o a Nominatins; Com? mittee from each Ward to select Charter o?icer? for the en *atng year. Ward L M.S. Thresher's rroad->t-*ei Hotel. il Jone?'? Second Ward Hotel, 87 Nassau street* IIL North Itiver CoiT.e tiisve, ;..| Washington street l\. Snakspeare Hotel. D n ine, corner ol Wiihamsireet V. Marion House, lt5 West Broadway. VI. Monroe Hall, corner o! Pearl and Centre streets. VIT. Krankun House,o rnerol Rutgers aad C-ntrest-;. vih Howard House, comer ol Broadway arid C-ntre St. IX, Northern Exchange, (Me Bieccker street...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 March 1843

MONEY MARKET. fiale* at the Stock Exchange, .IE arch 8. mo-oCitT ^.l^3 .-KWJ 90|J$&000 Ohio 6s, I860. ***,<> i:o 1870.flOij 1,000_ .do....?HM 69* 500 i ooo State I Art State lt,6<' WOO Si i ck<? do 1861.M 'Sfl State 5?, 135a.91 ^O Ohio 6s 1860..*6?d 69 LOW do.?. j gno do.t>M K'U 1,000 Illinois 6s. 1870 _20 101 1,0:0 Ind'a Bonds ..slOd 24 94h 1.000 Kentucky Gs...63i fi4i 30 tbra Mech'cs Bk.644 ?'. do Mob/k R.29< 45 ' do Stonington R.... lb 15 doUtfcSchK.110} 10 do Mutual Ins Co .. 95 25 do N JerseyR.C7j skcond board. c Ohio ?sl 860... b3d 70 , 50 do Harleni R.16j S5X> do. 70 1 Cojnrncrci.il and .Tloney blatters. Wednksoav, March S. The amount of business at the Board to day was mod? erate, bat prices generally were firm. City 5s improved ;. Ohio dt 1 ppr cent. Foreign KxcLange continues quiet. Sterling 5$ a5J; francs 5 45 a 5 42?. The rate on Mobile tn-riay is If) a 1CM. A letter from Wo bile gives the quotation for sight bills at 18 a 19; GO days, 15 >16p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 March 1843

tum i mi ?_ Jim i ' ?-mtmammmKm*?*^ F.?r Th* Trlbdi fc JStnn.fas. bv WILLIAM M. BCBXtlCH. L STORMY passion* wim a pen of steel. Write their record on the human heart; (STOWS the tracer^-?tires of sin anneai? Deep and deeper as tie years depart IX . Perish hopes that holy made tta youtB Fade; the promise of its golden prone . Meek artections. sympathies and roth, Sweepeth over all the tide ol crime ! lit Downward presseth evermore the soul That is wedded to its hideous sin? Downward madly to the dreadful goal, Spirits hating parity raus! win. In ihe path that leadetb from the light, Every foot-fall soandeth like a knell I Darker e'er the spirit gathers night Blackest horror? thick around it dwell V. Lost the brightness of its earlier day, All its. longings for the Holy lost, Like a wreck, whose helm is tora away, On the wa-rea of Error see it tost! VI. Hapless spint! heedless of its birth? Mad to drink the bitter cup of woe:- ! Dark hath been tny pilgrimage or. eartn; Darker still th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 March 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVr*T MORNINC, Jt 160 Ituuni-tt.. (opposite the Oity Ball,) Scvo-York, *mi dettsered to City Subscribers for AW C'cnfjt per week. Single copies Two Cotta. Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, in adrnnce; and the paper in no case continued beyond the lime for which it is paid. Subscription taken for Six Months. TERMS OF ADVERTtSlSC: rSN lines or less,(over six,) first insertion.... 50 Cents. u " for each subsequent insertion. 25 " . " (or sir insertions, or one week.$1.50 " u ?? for twenty-five insertions. 5 an " linger Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Enneral Notiocs, no; exceeding jvc lines. 25 cents. jy THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, j,r:be Country, is published every Saturday morning, at low price of $2 per annum, in advance. np HE TRIBUNE. 3Litetatn Notices |9 Addhesi delivered at the opening ok the Gene sei; ?VtsLtVAN Skminarv, January 13,1843. By Rev. Dr. Clin. President of toe Wesley an University; Ro ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE. ,F?IDAI MORNING. MARCH 10, 1843. .F?it PHJS?1VEIST, HENRY CLAY, Or KKNTrjCKT. In Democratic Wliifg iiencrnl Comnalttc, ^SS^iif^Yftrd, be renamed to immbk at Iuaplr.ee* of meet ng, oo Monday, tbe IStb day ?; VaTch ir.sL at hfcW^i M .to ebe ose three ^legates irera eac/wSrd to a MayoraUy^aveoUoitW mee^t Broadway House m. -M..i.?^y. the 20 b ot March tOM. at baJf-past 7oWfc- And aho* Nominaung <:om. nutlet: trcra each Ward to select Charter otl,cer. tor the er> rVarai. ALB. Thresher's Broad-Mrr-et H-.-tel. 1L Toaea's Second Ward Hotel, ?7 Nassau street' III North River CofTte Hotre, 201 Washington JV. Sha*5p-.-arc tfdtcj, Duane, ccri.ero! William street, v. Marion Hou--e, 166 W?i Broadway. VI Monroe Hail, ccrrer ot Pearl and Centre strcc^ ML rranUha Houit, comer o: Ratgtn^ajxmnm. \ 111 Howard Bouse, corner of Broadway */'d^ JX. Northen. Exchange, (Ute Bieecker street House.) X. Colaiubian Hall. Grant street XL Maabnuan Halt, FoarULStrect. *t% S^S?^ Grand * *\ KSKSS^ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 March 1843

Look Out for Knaves!?A Sontheim gentle nan walking in Veaey-at. night before last was c?fcked by a fellow stumbling against him, pre? tending to pick up something at his feet, and then posing o9", v.-hlle anothar genius accosted him, That fellow has got your pocket-book ! I saw '-?im pick it up! Let'a overhaul him !" The gun -eman felt for bis pocket-book, which he found j?>, and saw at once that the affair was got up ?jth intent to swindle him, but he thought he ?mild look a little farther into it, and followed.? impromptu friend called loudly to the fugi :jve to stop. The latter held up the pocket book which it was pretended he had found, expo png a thick roll of what appeared to be Bank jjis, and said, (still keeping away,) " I won't ?sit my honesty disputed for nothing?give me rea dollars and take the pocket-book." The friend ? vised the stranger to give it, and lako the pock jf-book, saying ' It is yours ; I saw you drop it." fhe Southern gentleman had by this time looked ??...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 March 1843

Fur The Tnbune. There u-no!d tree,-tac-liag un the bank ofa little ?xreaia aw P-, a frvori e object to the n^>no;x^''^?^L How many hare re?Ud at iu foot year* agoacwocre tb*y now f - WITHERED old Tree ! what bast tbou seea,^ Since thou wert a sapling, straight and green . Standing alone is thy hoary form Alone, alone? Shattered and bent by the reckless storm; The evening wind, with its low. soft notes. Throngh thy old. gnarled branches gently Soats With a aad moan. Withered old Tree ! what hast thou seen? Many a manly form, I.ween. leaning egainst thy old, rough trunk, At rest, at rest. Ere thou wert shriveled, scathed and shrunk, Musing at eve. while many a thought Of deeds of glory, all nobly wrought, Stole through bis breast. Withered old Tree I what hast thou seen? Many a stran.er of noble mien, When the pale starlight's flickering beam, At night, at night, Lay on the rivulet's glassy stream, Sighing for home and the dear ones there, Or for anoiker, as calm and fair A? morn-s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 March 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE 19 PUBLISHED E VP - T SSoRStlXC, ii/160 /fassa??-/*.. (oppor.ite tkt Oity Hall,) Hem-Fork, And delivered to City Subscribers for Nine OewU per week. Single copies Tvw Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, in advance; and the paper in no case continued beyond U?e Urne for wbicb it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. TERMS Of ADVERTIsmO: TEN lines or lets, (over six,) first insertion.... 50 Cents. ? ** for eacb subsequent insertion. 25 M ? " for sir insertions, or one week.$150 " a. a f0r twntjt'five insertions. 5 00 " linger Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriage*, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding five b Des. 25 cents. ZT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for tbe Country, w published every Saturday morning, at the low price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Public Libraries). Tbe following very appropriate rematks were made by John B. Scoles, Esq. in a late address upon tho subject of Public Libraries, delivered at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH II, 1843. FOR PRE ?WENT, HENRY CLAY, or KKirrocKY. la democratic Whig General Cocsmitie, ^Res^i*!, fnutt ine Wards be requested lo assemble i: their usual places of meevug, on Monday, the 13>.b flay of March inst- at mlf-put" o'clock P. M., to choose three delegates from each Ward to a Mayoralty Convention to meet at Broadway Hou.ie on Monday, tbe 2mh of March inst-at half-past 7 o'clock. And al e a No mi oaung Com? mittee from eacb Ward to select Charter orac^rs for the en? suing year. Ward L M.S. Thresher's Broad-street Botel IL Jones's Second Ward Hotel, 37 Nwaa street JIL North River Coffer House, 201 Washington street. JV. Sbakspeare Hotel, Onane, corner of Widiam street. V. Marion House, 165 West Broadway. Vt Monroe Hall, corner ot Pearl and Cfnw itr??. VIL Franklin House, corner of Rutgers andI Cherry sts. viii. Howard House, cor. of Broadway and Howard St. IX. Northern Exchange, (Ute Bleccker street House.; X. Colombian Hall, Grand str...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 March 1843

French Lamcbagc.?V? direct tbe attention of those persons who wish to stndy the French to an advertisement uVanotber column of a very capable teacher, who, since ite destb of tbe late John Manesca. has ased hu? admira? ble ruedsod of teaching living languages with perect suc? cess. _ ?_ PosTfOJ?iMEMT.?On account of tbe weather, tbe per (ormancfs annourced yesterday for tbe annivery of tbe Arne ran Museum will be given to-day, making a double holiday. Tbe Belie of Ncw-i ork will also be seen at 2 and half past 7 o'clock. , _ _ Cosscmpti0* Cured.?A most severe case, given up by tb' Physicians, of a young lady of most respectable lamily in Albion place, personally known to Mr. Muraford in tbe ?._.? C,:T;fr rmil (Cnn : ire - ti',i.niii?l.i.lit ui;.._i persons ?? ?? ??- ?. ~. ww.w?>, w. ^i.vuiwn of Consumption, It is their fault, when, for a irifl*, they ran get a bottle of Dr. TAYLOR'S BALSAM OF LIVER WORT, wbicb is suretocure. Why then, we ask,do people tp?nd their money and strengt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 March 1843

jgotfict's 35tblf. ?Y elizarjsth J. IAHIJ. I. How many thoughts are reverently making ' Of thee their shrine. O blessed, bless*-i book! * Food thoughts, yet mournful io my spirit waking An Image of ber form, earl face, and look. Who erst pcwsess'd tbee! O, dear, sainted Mother! Thy Book to roe L* Memory's talisman yet: Though all have left me? Father-Sister-Brother . Tfiit bids me ne'er the cherish'd Dead forget. Thro'years of change, O Book of Heaven! tbou'st been My guide and comforter in many a troubled scene How many a precious household memory linketh Subtly,yet strongly with the chain of thought; Again mine ear the gentle ronsic driaketh Of those sweet lips that first my childhood ungut ? Again arou?d ber blessed knee we gather. While she, in accents solemn, s*eet and muo, BMI us repeat those bnll w'd words, 'Our Father, And then, wit's blessing poared upon each ebud, We give the loving kiss, tbe dear <*ood night, And took to rest, with spirits pun-and light Tans, link to J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 March 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVFRT" WkS:tc, jt ISO Jfattsat'St, {opposite tie City Hall,) New-Fori, lad delivered t? Ciiy Subscribers for Nine Cents per week. giBgle copies Txoo Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, in advance; and the paper in no case continued beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. TERMS OF ADTEETISlJfO: fgN ihres or less,(over six,) firs: insertion.... BO Cents. n ? for each subsequent Lisertion. 26 " a ? for rix insertion*, or one week.$150 " . ? for tventV'firs insertions. 5 or. ? ranger Advertisements at equally favorable rates Marriages, Religious aad k uneral Notices, not exceeding ft* lines. 2T> cents. tJ THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, or tbe Country, i* published every Saturday morning, at tbe lov price ot $2 per annum, in advance. ' THE TRIBUNE. FROM EUROPE. Arrival of the Great Wtatera. Th3 steamship Great Western, Cap. Hos keo, arrived at this port at 1 o'clock, P. M., from Bristol, Eng., via Madeira, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE^ MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1843. FOR PRESWEAT, HENRY CLAY, Of StHTCCkY. In Democratic Whiff Oenero.1 Coinraitle, ^^"^d^VD*4t'^~Ward* be requested to ?s?cmble at their usual places of mating, on Monday, tbe Kith day or Marat lati at balf-paai 7 o'clock P. M., to choose three dSSSft^ each Ward to a Mayoralty Convention to rSat Broadway Houston Monday, the 2> * cfjltrcb inst. at balf-pa.,t 7 o'clock. And al-o a Nomloauoff Com raittee from each Ward to select Charter omcer. tor Ute to suing year. Ward L M.S. Thresher's Broad-street HoieL ? IL Jones'. Second Ward Hotel,87 Nassau EfL?-, III North River Coff- e Hoa^, ^?ffiS^t IV. Shakvpeare Hotel. Daane, cornerof WHUan.street X* Col" nil danHall, Grand street XL MaV?Hal'.Joarth street vii i*i Uitt, Peter .MdstersD"'?. Sdd* Farrin?lon's, Sd avenue, c. IStb street vjtr comer of C?nton and Grand streets. Xi V Broadway H-use, corner Broadway and Grand st XV." Const'uuii a Halt 650 Broadway. XVI. HaieUon's,corner ol 6th A*e:iuean...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 March 1843

vhtehMr. Tillsondid Dot assume is settled or paid, we think the Stale will hare little caus*? to reeret the arrange nvnt nwle with Tillson. The security riven by Tillson eurabuof the Quiricy Hou*e at Quincy, III., which cost up ward of $100.00?, and which it is admitted by all would r:. i in these times bring $50,000 to $00,000, or $300,0<i0 in UliBO;j liabilities, la fulfilment of this arrangement a cer? tain ?am of money was received by Tillson, but we bave been informed that Mr. Tillson not only expended ail tbe me-jey thus received, but much more, in clearing off the liens on the property given the State as collateral security, that it niight have the whole property entirely clear of in. cumbrance. It may be of some interest to the holders of New-Orleans City Stock to know that it is understood that tbatcily has determined to appeal to the Supreme Court of the United Sytes in case bill depriving it of the right to levy a wharf? age tax, now before the Legislature, should beco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 March 1843

?he fficmcfrtfao 'Xeatti tjjc ?iH. ?v Mas. r. j. bamej ?I remember. I rnumber Tbe house where I *? bora. I. IT stands before me now That Homestead 'neath toe rull? With its old stoop, long and low, And smoothly-worn door-sill; With its ancient, eloping rouf, Bleach'd by the summer rains ; The gray moss hanging off? And the small-cut window-pan*4 With its euaintly fashioned rooms, Its chimneys deep and wide. Where the cricket made its home, And the swallow came to hide. II. It stands before me now, Sc p.'*??nt aac* ?erene, With i? ,c*fy poplar bough, Apd woodbine waving green . With the broad, blue stepping stone Before the open door, And the morning-glory thrown In purple beauty o'er? With the gravel-walk that led To the neat white garden-gate, Where the rose and lilac shed A world of perfume sweet. IK. It stands before me ..*w, With it? gronp of children fair; Father, and Mother too, We, one and all, are there. Alas ! a change has passed Over that happy hearth, Our lota are separat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 March 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS ri'EI.TSH CD EVTTIT MOKNr.TG, At 160 ^iou?u-Jt., (opposite the City Hall,) Hex>Tor\. And delivered to City Subscribers for Nine Cents per week. Single copies Too Cents Mail Subscribers, J5 per annom, in advance; and the paper in no case continued beyond tbe time for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. TERMS Of ADVERTISING: TEN lines or less,(over six,) first insertion.... fiO Cents. *? " for each subsequent insertion. 25 " ? " for six insertions, or one week.11 50 " ? " for tvxnty-five insertions. 500 " longer Advertisements a; equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, no; exceeding five lines. 2o cents. * <ZT THE WEEKLY TRISUNE, a very large paner for tue Country, is published every Saturday morning, at tbe low price of $2 per amium, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Hcbfcto. THE NOCTES AMBROSIANJS OF ? BLACK WOOD." Complete in Four Volumes. Philadelphia: Carey & ILirt; New-York : Wiley it Putnam. Coleridge onca sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 14, 1843. FOR PRES WENT, HENRY CLAY, Or KEKTVCKT. _ TT For an extended No?cc of the fioeies Ambrosia** of Prof. Wils**, with Extracts, see First Page. TT F*r a Poem addratsad to Uie /n*an* o/ tte Jmmean Jtu?um, by Jtfr*. .SWyrr, and an Interesting ar?ele on Comets, tee La? Page rXJ* We understand that the Whip Ward Meet? ing? were generally very fully attended last even? ing, notwithstanding the severe north-castor, with ?now and rain. In some wards, the contest ror Nominating Committees was most spirited. ibis is right; but let all differences be settled before the tickets ere made out. We shall need all the IVhig voters to carry the city XT By reference to our Legislative proceedings, 5t will 1? soon xb# Mr. C. P. Daiy has introduced si bill to equalize the wards of this city. Our citizens understand the object and the effects of auch a measure. What do they say to it ? The Crime or Seduction.?The recent horri? ble tragedies in different quarter...

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