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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 26 February 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE -, nnhlisbe-i every morning, at ?o. SO Ann *t-rWt New-York, and delivered t? City Subscribers for ONE' CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, $4 p?r annum, in advnnce, and the paper ??? oo case ?xintinued beyond the time for weich it is paid. Subscription- tak?sn for. Six Mctitli.-- t Terms of Ad vertisitig.... For each Advertisement of TEN Hnef or le?1 (over six) first insertion. 5* Ctmu?. do. for?a b subsequent Insertion. 25 4 ?L. tor SIX in??er?oiw, or one week.$i 50 ; Ja ?t?_j-TWENTY-?FlVS'jL?*rti(ms. 5 00 ? longer Advertisments at equally favorable rates. ^rri?-ff-s, Religious and Funeral Notice?, not esceeding: flvelin??s,25ce_ti. O* AdvertUements whea ordered to be continued on the inside after the first inacrtion will be subject to the same charge a** on their fir?t appeeranc***?payable, in all cases L_ a-rv-arice. ?r-f The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for thi? Country, is published every Saturday morning, at tbe ?ow prie*? of S2 Per annum, in advance. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 26 February 1842

th?^tribuneT^ NEW-YORK. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26. Q3T- In our last we published a letter from Washington, n ceived by the night's Mail, which uiakcs very grave charge of official malversation against Messrs. Hoyt and Butlei while acting as Collector and District Attorney for this por The writer professes to have a basis for his statements i Mr. Pobdexter's forthcoming Rej-ort. We have no reaso to doubt that such Is the tact : but we wish the reader to n ccive the statements for what they are worth, and to s?' pexid all judgement upon them until Mr. P.'s Report sha I appear, as we have no personal knowledge of the truth, an? shall most fully retract them unless sustained. These re raarks are wholly unprompted from any quarter, but sprin? ftesa an anxiety to do ho injustice to political opponents. ?Err*?, an interesting Letter from London, New York Logislarore, and &ov. Seward's Message, se? Fir? Page. 83* For an article on the Home League, see Las Page. __ The Weapon?* *?f Bjoco-I-'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 26 February 1842

MONEY MARKET. m ,___, nt th?Stock Kxcht-n-ge, February -55. *?tS"Hud...89,, 37Faraiei*S'Loan,..:... ? 50 ?j0.8gi _ fr**::::.:.:::::: ! -s fr-":::'::.::::':: S? J5Bai?ko. Am-.. ? -<?....?--I? 90 days 87 -o . .. ?a 25 16 aoPbcnixBank?.68 innN Am. Trust. li *S do.......*b30days 2 25 do.bSOdnvte-St ISO L Island. 54i HO do.?>-} 100 do.b 10 days ?if 50 Paterson.4**} 25 Mohawk... .9 60 days 47 25 do. 47 25 do._7_ 50 N Jersey. 65 200 do.G5 10 do.65 100 Illinois Land Co. 8 do... '?U.S. Bank.,.. 2_ S?OOND BOARD. tf Meivhants' Bank.b 3 9S Commercial and Money Matter**? Friday, P. M. The transactions at the Brokers' Board were to a moder _te extent to-day, generally at advanced rates. Delaware and Hudson improved ., Fanners' Loan 1, North American Trust_, Paterson ., Mohawk H. United States Bank sold at-.." The sal??*" S?'?*e Securities wcrcnoi large, but the market was firm. New-York Sixes, 1862, sohl at 82, an advance of - per sent, and S__ offered for more. ' The sales were : 1000 New-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 26 February 1842

THE TRIBUNE. IKotnc ?_eu_*ruc. Wo predict that the Home Industry Convention held in this City lit?- fall will hereafter rank in im? portance with the great u-jsomblages which led to the Declaration of Independence. The object of both this and those which proceded the adoption ?f our glorious Constitution wore the same?Inde? pendence. We shall velinqui.Hh its life, spirit and essence if the Compiomise Act is left unchang-od. at the close of the present Session of our Confess. Much of the Iron we at tiiis time use. a portion of our Clothing, and many other necessary urricles of consumption are obtained from Foreign Countries, the supplies from our factories and work shops not being equal to our home demand. Since the termination of the great -vars in Europe, competi? tion has assumed a new character, and operates ?with a power in former days not at all understood, and which individu.il cntorp rizc andclRcioncy can? not withstand. If a market offers any temptation, the surpluses- of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 28 February 1842

^E NEW-YORK TRIBUN t nob! ??he?" ev?rv mornin?*, at No. 30 A ? ' .H ?irw-Tork, 1UM1 ddiwered t? City SufVscrlhers n\ErCENT percopy. Mall Sobscrihers, ??* per anni nailvuK*?*, .irwl the Pi'P*>r 'n DO c.*i** continu?*?- heve Oie um?? for weich it Li paid- Sut-scriptiom lakon j?x Mnnllm._ TVrri* of?dvertwng-For each Adverti.?<m?-."it of Ti*\ tit!?-*? or !?*-*?*? (Over -?x) fir?t luseriion. SA Cei , ?or en h sulrtequem insertion. 25 ' j 1er SIX insertion?, or on?- vreek.$1 50 \ (_? TWENTY-FIVE Insertions. 5 00 ""r?n-vr AdvertismeoU at ?-qually fat-tv-able raU-u. Ttarnae:'*' ??elipioixs and Funf-nd No?Ctt", not eaceedi ?v_lioi-,2Scepts. " ?*_ Tbe WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very laic pap*-r. I cot*-"tr>'? -* publishi'd ?very Saturday morriin-*-, ai l ?o* prK? o*" ??'* i*r ?'imium> *? ^"?"-nce. j "**THE TKIBINE." Fnct*1 in regard to the Erie l.nilroud. So. iv. [ $ee bv a statement of d. A. Nicholas, Sup ?-.godent of Transportation on the Reading a Pott-fviii?- Railroad, that a six-wheel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 28 February 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK. MON DA V. FEBRUARY 28"-: XT For Fact? Ln Regard to the Erie P.ailroad No 1*7, A. Magnanimons Act and Political Abolition in Vermont, see First Page. 33* For a Poem, The Exposed Indiau ai.d Bona? parte** General at the South, see First Page. 0*_rWe are ?_.-i,-*?-.---1 to the Express of A*>-'-**' & Co. forpapers ??!* Saturdar evening:. They ar? rived at 1*2 o'clock No Boston Mail has arrived at tie tirne of orir coin*- to press, 'he r'T'0""* contain no new? of importance The Cai???h*nia had not arrived. Gp-'atcpprcliensions were et?r taiiied for her safety. The Captain of th..- Biber hia ?ays thai he encountered ? terrible gale, which lu?ti-?l"from the 3d to die l?th?the wind blowing nearly all the time a perfect hurricane. He ex ?presses his decided conviction Otat the Caledo? nia never could have weathered it. and thai she it lost. FROM EUROPE. The C'i.yo:-. Cap... Woodruff, one of the newly established line of West India steamers, arrived ni tiii- ?n"!...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 28 February 1842

CITY INTBLLK.KXCE. Be ported for The New-York Tribune. COURT OF SESSIONS. Before ihe Recorder; Judges Lynch ami Noah and Al? dermen B."du and i'oilock. SATuapAV. February 2d. Trini of Jonathan Aiuorr mid Henry II. ?f ?Leed*" for S-'iiUc Pretence. \? ??O minut? past 9 o"c?o? k, the Jury ?n this case came in io Court, after an absence ol twenty l-nurs, engaged in delib f-atiea, ">::;! staling their ntt?*r inability lo agree, w*re div ,-Urped for tli?' term. They si??od 8 for ae<iui!t_l and 1 for conviction, and not 11 to I is previously understoodL \|r. i'riitin, of counsel for defeudant?, ro.* and moved the i _n :ora??-?'oni! trial to commence on Monday, ?lie 28th :,.;.; but Mr. Lor.!, of counsel lor ihe prosecution, suggest . ; ine iropropricty of any motion of the km.i being emer -, tied by. the Court in the absence of tlie I'??tr:ci Attorney. Th? Court .acceded to the corr?eme?? of tbi? suggestion, and appointed the first .Monday of tU>- next t? rm fur n hear ,-g a? to a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 28 February 1842

From the Star of Bethlehem. THF. EX POS KP INDIAN BV MR1. CASE. f eiposiug the aged and helpless tf common atiwus. when necesrit; COH-pe-* them to un ?>*? Lett-r? on the North American Indians, The cu-stom of among savage naLUms grate. In Catlin'? Le.. there is a mournful pictare of one thus Jefl at m? own^ re? quest. The writer lingered about the poor, old, torsa_eu man for hours, to indulge ins compassion, befor?- b?* *-rr,cee?? ed on nil journey,. He de_cribcs him a- very emanated, am: one of the most helpless and miserable t?oktng objects ??? ever saw, nearly blind, and tremhlin.' as he s-?.t by a ?mall f.re which hb. friend.? had left him, with a f?-w?tirk- ol wood within bis reach, anu a buffalo*? ?km ?Uetcbed u*^>n some crotches -?ver hi? head. A few naif-picked bone?: an.! n disi ig pi*obai Wry ?av. he tbere, thaVoH and lonely or.?*. When all his tribe a kinder horn-* bave^oughi. Where woods and creams teneath a smiling sun. Hold all the wealihthat fill? the Red Mnn'? ...

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

I ' ______-____________?________________ ! TOrTl^EW-YORK TRIBU! .t. ptibli-he. rv.ry morning, at No. 30 ?cretrt New-York, ami delivered t*e City Subseribei ON E C F.ST p.-r copy. Mail Scbscrrtiers, $4 p??r an n'-il'vanre. and the paper in no ease continued be the lim?* for weich it is paid. Subscriptions tak# _,*.- Mouth?. _ Ter-n* of Advertising? For .?tub Advertisement o Tt'S line? r.r I?**? (over ?ix) fir?t insertion. ?"?*) C " ?re? b sulr^quetit insertion. 25 W for SIX insert ion?, or on?- x-?-?-k.?SI SO da. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 00 ' i>or.e..*r Advertism?-i:li at equally favoraOle r_t__ -?af-ri?.?e*. Religious and Funeral Notices, not excee fixe lint-S *. cn>ts rj The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very L"ir?.r paper il t Coun-O'' ?*? publi?.i?-<i every Saturday atorninsf, a Jn'w- price of *>-? per annum, in advarte?". ^THE TKJBCNE. " OK. PRINCIPLES OF A TRIE ORGANIZATION SOCIETY. General Vice_So. I. The advocates oftheSociaJ Principles discovf. IivChaki.es KouhiKii/nnve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 March 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NKW-YliRK. TIESDAY. MARCH 1^ ?**_r Those who desire lo have tlir? pap?-r l?-f"? at their re?i de-cen ?vill please leave tln-ir naine-- at the Publication Of fice. No. 3? Aiiti-?tr**i. By doing so they xv ill be s-t-rved regularly, and at am early b<>ur. In Pm_A___T-Kl_yThe Tribune may be -btamed at our Agency Oilier. No. 3)8. Chesnat-street, or from any ol tb .\e?\*-v'p.(iv? in that city. 3_r "Many Hender?" are uifnrmed that the official term of the MernSersof the present Federal H?Aiseof'Representa teres will expire without exception on the4th ??f March, 1-43, while that of the Members of ibe Senate w-.ll e-xpire ?n three <?_?*?< statedly r.ri the 4th of March, ltwd. d?. Vc45. and ?Jr.. 1847. _ _ 3_y For an Article on Association, see First Page. __** For a Table of Agricultural Statiitl c% of the United States., see Last Page. FROM EUROPE We have one clay's later mtelligence from Eng? land in the Liverpool Mail.of the 14th of January, brought by t?:- Rosci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 March 1842

XT Henry Cl??*-Third Wot?..?The Onno at. "-Mi-"* "! tlie '-bird Ward in favor of forming a ..' ^y t'L?'B for tbe purpose of furthering tlie election Of .1 ?? "r*at Patriotic Stan unan of ihe VSc$\ to the Presidency, ,_ -?quested w attend a public meeting m be held on ????.(?.?ay evening, 1stofMarcb,atibe North River CoiT?-?? Mnu*-?-. 201 Wa?hi??? t?">ij-"tr?-*-1, at 7-' o'clock. Frx-d'-rirk I'? ntz William Samuel Johnson .lame? *? ?xo Nostrand Daniel 1'ilman John A UnderwrxKl James B Swain TLomas "McKnighi William B Marsh Georg*" "** ' onckiin Walter-K Pe&m Richard ? Conckliii B A Marvereau Cbauncey Si ckney Geor;;?.- W Wets.ll .lam?-? D Stout Thomas *. Bartine Jason H Bockov?r James K Wood Jan.?-? I"tockford .1 H Billings Jam*-? D llf..i_ Temple Hall Augustos Marsh John N ?'-twater Peler A Huiit'-r Enoch .M' rgan William H Martin Nathaniel oa?seu Charit--. Hebird C Atkins Jacob Bartietl Ab xander r**u< J I Broa? L"**nuel Nichols Thomas F Peers William Mnryer?au Pbiibp Pie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 March 1842

BEING AN ABST?_ AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS OF THE UNITED STATES; ACT OF THE CENSUS RETURNS FOR THE YEAR 1_3D. 3IADE BY THE COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS. AND TKI.P.ITOKIKS. STATE:_ MAINE-. NEW-HAM PS Hl HF.. MASSACHUSETTS. RHODE ISLAND. CON N KCT1CI " T. VERMONT. ntav-.oi'K. new-jersey. PENNSVIA AM \. DELAWARE. M U'VLAMi. VIRGIN! \. NORTH CAROLINA_ SOUTH CAROLINA. GEORGIA. rVL?BA-M \ . MISSIS?.IPT-*]. LOUISIANA. TENNESSEE. KENTUCKY. GHJO. INDIANA.. ILLINOIS. MISSOURI. ARKANSAS. JIICHIG \\.__ ELORIDa TERRLTOIl- .. "?VJSK?NSAN TERRITOB COW x TERRITORY. DISTRICT OF COLUMBJ PSwlTOTAI. Pop g latina. 501.973 2-4,574 737,699 103.830 309J978 291.943 2.428,921 373.30C L_72*_,033 73.?8.J 470,019 1.239,797 753,-19 594,391 691,392 590,756 375.051 352,411 8*29,210 779,823 ?,.19,467 685.8G6 476,153 383.102 97,57*1 212,267 r . ?-" .l-i.il i 30,9.5 43,112 43.712 U'heat-bu.h. Bar!-v-hn-i:. Oats?lni-h. _J5__!*___L1 987.412 426,816 189.571 3>4.7 95,090 512,461 l-j.309.041 919,043 ?2.872.219 317.105 3,747,65...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 March 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE t. -,_bli?hc?- ev?ry morning, at No. SO Ann "' " " Vew-Tork,-nd delivered i? City Subscribers for ONE ?KNT per copy- Mai! Subtcrrbers, $4 por annum, i"_d?_nce, and the paper in no ca.se continued beyond Ihe time jar -.seich it is pawl. Subscriptions tah?in for Six Month?- _ Tan* of Advertising-For en. h Advertisement of TFA lio? or '*"*"' i0"**?*" ?**) '"irvl insertion. 5to Cents. rio forra h sul?equ-?tii inu.-ninn. 25 ' _ ' _,- <LX insertions'orone week.%l 50 f- ^TWESTX-SVnt InsertioM. 5 on ._,--er Advertisir-enl* ai equally favorable raiM. \i?irr?itSe<',K.el\^ioiv, ai.d Fun?-ral Notices, not e_c?-?-d_?g f,^\\iw*. 25 cents. XT Tim WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a v--ry Large paper, for t>"rc-otm'ry. is publi?h?-d every Saturday morning, at the Sow pnce oi' $2 ->*r ai-mim, in advance. "JTH? TRIBUNE. XiiK Poets of A.Mr.aicA.'?Messrs. Carey & Hart. Philadelphia, have now in pn .-? a new and gomprehensive collection of American Poetry, edited by Rev. Ritu? W. Chis...

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

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2. XT Tboi*e who desire to have this paper left at their resi? dence* will please l__ve their -ame* at the Publication Of? fice, Na 30 Ann-street By doing so ih<**y will be t-r-rved ref?ularly, and at an early hoar. In Philadelphia, The Tribune m-ty be obtained a: our Ajfeocy Office, No. 2>tik Chesnut-street, or from any of the News-'Boys in lhat city" _^^^ ID* For several Literary Notices, Trouble among the Fishermen, Applicants in Bankruptcy, and _h Article on Association, see First Page. _*T For a letter from Albany, deferred City In? telligence, and News Items, see Last Page. a 3? our Trad?? with Great Britain "Equal ! and Adrantogeosi- ? The Journal of Commerce-, in u recent article : on " Tariff Fallacies."' attempt* to demonstrate I the absurdity of inc. assumptions that High Du? ties prevent excessive importations, acd that our Trade with Great Britain is iiiie<__al und disad? vantageous- It doc? this by taking out Treasury re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 March 1842

Th?' Voir, of e-.'iiu*.) I vanin. The Hoirie liKui.strv ( .onvcntionof Pennsrj'lvania' ?oini"'-'?' "? DOt*1 po--tic__] ?lartie-?Gen. Tho** C .Mii'KK. iat<" I ? :"? Senator, presiding?passed xiiii entire unanimity Resolution-. atSrming the frH?owiii?rpropn5itl0?ls: l. Teat the faith of the nation and tlie business of the people requite the national revenue to be ai.ed by impost ?utie? in sums sufficient to pay all _-<.,.-onabie expenses of the Government, and pro? vide for the national defence. ?2. That the duties should be specific; and laid with d'scriinitiation, in order to protect all the ?.!. iccts of horn?-* industry from the successful compe? tition of foreigner-. 3. Thar, so long as a foreign balance of trade ?rain?! us drains the precious metal.'* from the countrv. ?o long mw.t wc be without a sound cur rencv, and our industry languish* i Tti.it for the last ten years the balance of trade with all the world, iu?- been about two tltou ?and millions of dollars in favor o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 March 1842

I_,_^*-!an_r_ of ?-ew-York. Correspondence of the Tribune. Alb?.\"Y. Feb. 26, 1.42. In the Senate to-ctay th o biii repealing the ac fur the bett?r organization of the criminal <-<uirt? in the city of New-Yorkj was ordered to be en grossed for a third reading?equivalent to its un;? pa_s_ge?by a vote of 15. to 3. It will tinques, tionably pass, but whether it will receive th?? sanc? tion of the Governor. teems to be considerec do-btful. Theenlv other mattet of intere?t befor? the Senate, wa_ an invitation from the Westen Railroa?! Company of Massachusetts, tor the mem? oersjto juin the _____pc?tive und Judicia tranches ol the Government of this State, in tut excursion tc Springfield on the 4th of March next, there tu meetjtbeLegislature, &.. of ?Massachusetts, with a friendly greeting* The invitation .state-? that the arra-igerntmts for the occasion will 1"- such that the members can have here in the morning, and after ?j-.n*_?ng three or four hours in Springfield, can retu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 March 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ic nuliii?bei. every morning, at No. 30 Ab "J:',?., .Vrw-V'-rk. and delivered t* C:ty Subscriber? for ?-oNr' f;p;NT -?-rcopv. Mail Su!>"-rm?*r?, ?-4 ;??-r annvm ? ,n'?j.iVance. and the paper in no ca.se ?*onlin_ed beyond ? ?he time tor weich :t is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six .Monll-?- ._ Teni??'! Advertisin--. ...For ?'H> bjVdvcrtisoiH.*tit6f Tr'N lines or Ie*s(ovf-r six) ?ir?* insertion. 5?) Cenu. ?_' lorea h sub-eqoent i.i??-rtion. "J."? ' .? for SIX Insertions; or one week.$1 50 ' ,o for T-W ENTV-FIVE h.??-rti.?i?. 5 0?J :' ? l,nc,-r Advertis->ent* al r?QUB_y ftvoraWe rate?. Marnag-si -tefigfious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding ^TcKi>?****5c,*n*tN '-_?. jt;.? \> KKKI.V 'IIUBU?.E, a very lar-*?* pa**T, for leCoaritrv-jis publWw-d every Saturday morning, ?it tlie ' !,- nric- <>f S- l"'1' annum, io advance. ?v. nm THE TRliU'NE. n*"*"** The Km. ki.kii". kek i'.-r ilii- month hu_ u .,...,.,? interest. ??; a?;count of the Lift*.. Madh_...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 March 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NKW-VORK. THURSDAY, MARCH 3. XT Tbo?. -.v!/o ?-?.-sir*- lo have this paper left at tli*-.r res - dene*-? will plea?, ?.-ave th'-ir ?ames at lhe Publication Of fteei -_-brS0 Ann-_treel_ By doing so tbeywill he ?_?rv*-i regalarly, and at an ?-ar!y hour. In PniL.xor-i.Pnrx. The Tr?i'irie m-tv be ?Mained al our __ei?.y Office, So. 2?*i_ Che. nut street, or from any of the N'-xrs-r.dvs in diat city. ___"* For an Article on Association and Literary No ? tices, see Firs?. Page. jQ_B_fierf5'Revie*v of *be Market, sec Last Page. JS?^* -???-___>?---? I* our Trade with Great Britain _Eqnal and Advantaj-eou? ? [Conclu.."J In prix..ding to consider more directly and pointedlv whether our Trade with firent Britain, under the conditions ?-hie?- ?-??*-' ?'"**' >?'? _"'"''- ?" advantage.*-, or _jern.c-C.us to this Country, we disclaim all cUsposition to complain of her policy, .?r to render its ?position theoccasion of .National ?ill will. We find no fault with i:"r for pursuing? ...

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

\ (,'ui-ii.?( ,;i Monday cvenih?. in Boston, a.? .-... Catholic Mutual Relief Society, which had j,,.;,; | ? meeting in Montgorm-r*. Hall, was _;.,.i:r adjourning, the tl*-*oi -j"iv?' way, and precapi ? ? .? th? assembled crowd. .?.?-.'.! 500 in number, .... ? . tmeni be?ow. occupied by l?::!-i ?? a .,., V. ? -"* "? Di;: i:;_-;}|!'.l.-'-'*:it. -..nit-tin. v. ..,..,,..v. . but of the windows^ When all wer?, taken '??? m tun ruin., it vyns found thai !. n thre? ... v...ix-rcly injured: one of them ;t Mi ?- ". Bostim, had both legs broken, r two had received some erious.bruises. -....,.,.? foui others were reported to have hucl ? ?-.- and !'?_? ? sprained. Thes?"*. __ far ;i? wc c0 ? .-. :I v. were ;ul tbe a? ?rident ?_i T : ,\ .-.?{ : ?? ind ihat th** fa ?-. itc steamer ?.. . . . : ? :? v. day, tak?* her place onrthe *v",rtb Hiver, irhdei command of her old Captain, *,',,.[.;...-. The Swal ?.-.:-' ? ?? tliij ? ughl*. <?? er . :. ?? ????.: ?: . :? furnished in the I"-?; ti mni : I";...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 March 1842

THE TRIB?NE. J Krtnnrk* on tli?* Trade of the City, -?In* IcetM- ?Vf. Qu.t?' a number of Country Merchant? from tie w?*?iand South are now ?<? our City, and the Sprins busine-?? ?nay be si?d to have fairly commence?-. The salea bovevet ?vave been very limited, and diere appears lo be i?o disposition on the part >>i ":?:' merchant' to pressgrjods _->"i? the country trader, unie?? where tue purchaMS are strictly on tin- cash principltt, Very serious inconvenience is experienced bj u.?.???'!. ni? :-. who have brougbt ??n Ohio and Indiana funds. Tbeyare compelled losubm?t to yery heavy discount?, ?r to go home without ma-ting '-heir purdizses. We uaderstand some of iltcm wontbacJc to Philadelphia, snppcising rbey ? bold -in better .;. a city where they had nothing '?'"? <i'","4' ciated money ; but finding more difficulty there in negotia tin?? die r bills, and goods tto?iderably higher, they ma?!' quick tt?'p? back again to Sew-York. Vfe arehappj*. ??f1"*'" ever,to state ...

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