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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 March 1843

3 will be published ?"?' Office of The Tribnne, on SAT ADAf MOKNING, Marth 18, 'tUE IMPROVEMENTS in AGRICULTURE, ARTS . o! ibe UNI ted states, as sei forth luminomly and JLgthlnttieitepoftofHon. henry l. ELLSWORTH, MmUsloc*,r,,rI>8tenL< A TREATISE ON RAISING OVINE,and he best METHODS OF .FATTENING ipfJK; and ai-oa very valuable TREATISE ON GEOL j6t es connt cted with AGRICULTURE, by Wilus ^rtoaD of Ooondaga Co. n. Y. Tbe Report <>t Mr. Ellsworth is one of the most valuable ^ instroctiv< Public Documents ever published, and ^old he in ti,e bau(is of every man iD lhe Union. The ^itional Treatiseson Geology an 1 on Raising Swine will * found bigmV useial to all who are engaged in Agricnl >,<?. rj Ttie priceof the whole, handsomely primed on good iper, will be i5 cents per single copy, or when ordered by ?^?nsj.teis fr>m a distance, five copies for one dollar.? kx-kscilers. Agents and others supplied on liberal terms, ttcrtmusl iovariab'y.b? accompanied by the ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 March 1843

try The following Address to the Indian Warriors woo bi?e been flopping for some time at the American Muse? um, was writun by M's. Caroline M. Ss wter, ?f^r scy crai vfcita to ami GJeadly conferences with taeae raaoanu of the proud Race which once possessed Ihn ConUnenL Tbe substance of tbese verses was commanicated to the Red Men by an interpreter, a.d received by them with expres irions of proioar.d sensibility._ 2,'nes to the ?n?iart HEfacriors. Wk met!?'t is but a few short days Since I, with quickly throbbing breaat, Came, with the curious crowd, to gaze On tho Red Warriors of the West. But not like them did I depart, With careless smile and thoughtless word; He only knowa, who reads the heart. What feeling* in my breast were stirred. The talc of all the cruel Past? Tho wrongs too roonatrous to be told? like a wild torrent -non* and fast, In burning tide o'er xMem'ry rolled 1 But pviace, my heart!?I would not rouse One tbot'ght that now were best to sleep, Nor aee across those ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 March 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is poblisheo evtrt MORNING, At 160 Nasunu.'t, (opposite tkt City Hdl.) New- York And delivered to Cmv SuHscrihvr.?. for AW Cents per week. Single copies Ttoo Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per aannm. in advance; and the paper in no cnsecontinoed beyond the time for which it ia paid. Subscriptions talenibr Six Months. r TERMS Or ADTEETISIJtC: rSN lines or lens, (over six,) first insenian.... ft) Cents. " w for each subsequent insertion. 25 " ? " for Hr insertions, or one week.$150 - a " for tveenty-five insertions. 500 ** Longer Advertisements at equallv favorable rates. Marriages. Religious a*d b anerai Notices, not exceedin* five lines. 25 cents. ? CT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, K published every Saturday morning, at the low price of $2 per annum, ia advance. THE TRIBUNE. The Comet.?We have received agreatnumber of communications concerning; the Comet, for which we have not room. One of the writers sun gests that the " strange light" is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MA HC H15, 1843. I FOR P?B8LUJUIT, HENRY CLAY, OF ggJCTPCKT._ ET For a variety of ip^aUuons concerning the Comet, and a nomb?r ot Act.* *ee Firsl F' 8?- . XT For article* upon A'???roW ?xyto?w?#j Trod* wirA China, The Power of Pokttnets, kc. ?ee Last Page. Mr. J. 0. Stevenson, alias Jarvis.?Gov. Bouck having seen fit to appoint tins gentleman to a responsible State office, in the face of the no? torious fact that he is a published defaulter to our City Government, we had intended to let him pass ' without farther remark. But a recent Evening Post containing a common'?"3" justifying Gov. Bouck's appointment and whitewashing tbe cha? racter of Stevenson, a friend writes us an article in correction, which wc cannot publish in full, but from which wc glean the following facts: 1. Stevenson's apologist talks of his having been removed from the office of Collector of Ar? rears of Taxes by the Whig Common Council This is untrue : he held the office five mont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 March 1843

XTFirat W?rd?At an unusually large rawing of the Whij;sol mis Wan!, held at Thresher's Broad street House 00 Monday evening, 13Ji insl., pursuant to the callof the Genera! Committee, WM. A. P. PENTZ.E q. was\alled to the Chair; Edward Anthony, E*q. was chosea'^'ice President, and Edmund Griffin and Thus. W. Brantingbara Secretaries. The call of the meeting having been rea l, it w as, on mo tion, Resolved, That we now proceed to elect, by ballot, three Delegates to the Mayoralty Convention, and a Committee 01 seven to nominate Charier Officers for the Ward at ibe coming Klecn?n. Oa motion, Resolved, That four tellers be appointed by the chair, and that the polls be kept open until 3 o'ciock. Tbe Cbair appealed Messrs. Cornelius Oakley, John M. Martin, J. T. Lortoa, and Jeffrey Reeve, tellers, which was submitted lo the meeting and approved. It was then Resolved, That the name of each person vol in?, with tbeir rcsidecce, should be recorded by tbe Secre? taries. The balloting now comm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE^ For The Trio one. Sreaosboat Expl??i???? Mr. Editor: Much has been said of late re? specting RauVs Safety Valves for the boilers o steamboats, and it is even put forth as affording perfect security against explosions in all cases and under all circumstances, as though it completely neutralised the effect of the internal pressure of steam upon ail boilers to which it is apphed. The appare?-u. connected vmb this valve, and constitut? ing its only peculiarity, has been long known and os*d; sometimes merely to indicate the bight of water ia the boiler by an index attached, and some limes, more Usefully, in n-gulatinff lh* quantity of water actuaiiy admitted mto the boiler?opening a valve when water is required, and closing it again when the requisite quantity has entered. The idea that a ?te*m boiler canaot be exploded by the force of steam when a sufficient quantity of water is present has given birth to this arrangement of the Safety V'alvo; but that opinion i3 not sustai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 March 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS FtTBLISHED EVT*T MORNlXr.. At 160 ilhiwiijrfj (oppotitt the City Hall,) Rem-Yark And delivered to City Subscribers for iVin? Cent? per week. Single copies iTw CVnfa. Mail Subscribers, $5 per aDaum, in advance; and ihe paper in no ca*? continued beyond the time for which it is paid. Subicriptiojis taken !br Six Months. TERMS OF AOVEBTISItfe: TEN lines or less, (over six,) first Insertion.... 50 Cents. " " for each subsequent insertion...... 25 M <? " for six insertions, or one week.$150 " " " for txocnty-frre insertions. 5 no - Longer Advertisements at eqoallv favorable rates. Marriaires, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding 8?e lines, 25 cents. *s XT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large n.? for tue Country, ? published every Saturday morning at the low price of $i per annum, in advance. ^THE TRIBUNE (LT Rev. Geo. B. Cheevkr's Argument kor Capital Punishment, in reply to J. L. O'Sulli van, Esq. in the discussions at the Tabernacle, on the evenings of Ja...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 March 1843

_T H EJT RJii^i1^ liEAKV^L'LAY, "^IaTjarmecrotlc Wiifg ?General Com T?SalVTS frocn each Wardt? Mayo* rOJtr OovUon, meet at (be Broadway Hoose.on Monday (be 2?tbof Marc:? instant, at ba f past 7 o'clock. PHILIP HONE, Chairman. Jo?ra P. Piasso*. > secretaries. - ml6 ?dw4kd K. cowles.S_ rj Ccn<r?l Com mit tee of pent ?era tic WhiS \o??K (or lt-s.i?A" adjooreeovmeetiag ^u?!,*'-^"*..! .^'Mrtiiihc Broadway House on ?.?i,.. nenwg, the J7:h io?.t.. *i ?mit p?'t ' o'clock. Ky&det: a?OISO.V DOUCUER I V, Chairman. CHarlesK- Tajlok, / st.crrlaric^ James B. swain, 5 t"e For a Notireof Mr. Chrener's Argument for Capitol Punishment, the Apollo Association, the /nrtiruria* o/ the Blind Sulathial, Convict Bill, TU Fortification Bill, and varioti Items, see First Pag* J^T For a fine Poem bv Street, ?ntitied " TAe OH Pine Tree" Scott's Sanctum. Lamartine's Sjxech, Baton Num. boldt, i.e., we List Page. The Innprction Law?. We wish it were possible to have a Government administered with a sing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 March 1843

ULJIB'LJW Mm**-**?^' i ????in?yt^mu?, IT Eighth Ward*-At a large and respectabh meeting oi lac Whig Electorscf the Eighth Ward, bel? a ihr Howard House on Monday evening, ibe I?th inst-, pur suant to ihe call of tbe General Committee?NATHAN 1 El B. BLUNT, Ksq , was called to the Chair; G. Leacrom was chosen Vice President, a.id J. w. Allen and Smith gTirarjtviST Secretaries. On motion it was Resolved, That we Daw prn,:-^ f? elect by ballot threr Drleffr.tr? to the Mayoralty Convention, and a Ward Nora iaatiog Committee to be composed of sine members. JKS?E d. PRICE. WM. m. STONE, WM. H. SWEJST, receiving tlie large?t noraberof votes, were declared elected to the Mayoralty Convention. jno. W. b LAI ye LT, JOSEPH C. FORBES, J W. ALLEN, JAMES C. W. OGL*EN WM. H. ?1LL<0\, UM. H. PEKIGO, JAS. T. M. Bl.AK.KLY, RICH'd T. BERKIAN, Jr WILLIS bLACKSTONe. were elected a Ward Nominating Committee. NATH'L b. RLl'XT, Chairman, j. W. Alli-n, >.. Smith Stlruf.vast.5 a(,cr, taries' m]fj "LT Te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 March 1843

From the Kn'rkerbccker for March. t?yC I?int ZtZC. stern dweller of the mountain ! with thy feet Grasping the crag, ami lifting to the sky . . Thy hauihty ci est .'?stem warrior-king [ &2 ^,rm Scarce deigns to shake, -when e'en the mighty Dia?, Which the strong eagle fears to stem, swoops aown And breaks upon thee. O'er the glimmering ?baam As lean'st thou, with one giant limb outspread, Thy sceptre, and seamed armor on thy breast. What is more grand, more glorious than thee ! The headlong torrent pitcsmg at thy base Bends forth but vassal rumblings, when the storm Awakes t'uv thuoder ; and the puny woods Seem like bent saplings when iky towering shape Swings in its majesty. Toe lightning's dart Hath streaked, but no: consumed thee ; upward sau, As the black cheriot of the fiend o"er roih,. Upward Still, warrior-king ! thy crest doth point, And in sublime defiance dnst thou Hing Thy emerald robe from off thy wounded breast, For other blows to fail, fierce hissing form Thy scorn ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 March 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is toblished svrur morminc, At 160 ffasuncsL, (opposite the City Hall,) New Fork And delivered ta City Subscribers for Nine Cents per week. Single copies Two Cents Mail Subscribers, *5 per annum, to advance; and ibe paper to no case condoned beyond the tiroe for which it U paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. terms or advertising: TEN lines or less, (over six,) first insertion.... 50 Cents. ? " for each subsequent insertion. 25 - ? " fpr six insertion-", or one week.$150 ? m " for buenty>):ve insertions. 5 00 " bower Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding five lines. 2o cents. R SET THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large naoer for tbe Country, a published every Saturday nwrnuig, at the low pnee of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TR1B U N E. IvCbtttD. THE NOCTES AM BROSI AN.*". OF " BLACKWOOD " Complete in Four Volumes. Philadelphia: Carey _ Hart; New-York: Wiley _ Putnam. SECOND NOTICE 'The Shepherd,' a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 March 1843

THE TRIB?NE. FRIDAY MuKNHSG, MARCH 17, 184o. rvx PRE?WENT, HENRY CLAY, 0/ KESTUCXT. TT fa Democratic VTaig CJeaeral Com mitte?; March T, id?3? Resohrd, That the Ddegates from each Ward 10 Mayo? ralty Cocvenion. meet a: the Broadway House.on Monday ibe 20ih of March losuot, at fea'.f p*?t 7 o'clock. PHILIP HONE.Ckairra-o. Joseph j Secretaries. ml6 O" General Cotrmittce of Democratic Whig Youug tleia, tor 1S43?A? adjouiwd meeting otl?a Con,.,.:Ue? wilt l? held ai the Broad- ay House oa Friday ?veniag, the 17:0 msL.at half pn-JL 7o ck>c*. fly order.. ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. James ? SwaiM, \ 3j' THE IMPROVEMENTS IN AGRICULTURE, THE ARTS, itc. in tb? United States; being an account Of recer.i and important discoveries and improvements in ?the tnode of buildinc Housei, making Fences, raising Orsin, miking Port, di-posing ot Hogs, making Lard Oil, laisinc Sil*, "id] engravings of improved Fiou-hs and other Agricultural Implemeet*, is.c; and a 1 reatise on AGRICULTURAL GEOLOGY, tril...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 March 1843

Wai? Mayoralty Convention. JTerds. Delegates. l E- Prime. '. P. Pbceolx,J. Jameson. II. George A. Hood. K. E. Cowles, William Tamer. JII. J. Lloyd, E. Polier, J. W. Leavitt. IV, W. Hall, P. Doaoe. J. V. Tilvoa. ?V. S. s. Ward, C. J. Howell, J.".l. Harkncs*. VI. 0. Endicott, John Gray, M. Reed. ,Vlt C. Sweet, J R. Wood, H. A. Huclhut. VIM. .?eise D. Price. W. t\. .Sweet, William M. Stoae. x' J. H. H. Haws, H. ScovilL b. Drake. XI. S Wehster, H. B. Bolster, W. H. Calkin. XII. C. M. Graham, Jr., A. A. Alvord, E. Ketcbam. XUl. b. Haskell. R. Cornell. R. Drarborn. XIV. D. w. Tawnsend, E. Mintnrn, E. S. Lazarus. XV.-? XVI G. B. Thorp, .1. M. Strang, D. A. Cu-hman. XV1L W. H. Frve, Win. S. Bakon, Talma Hill. ?7 ?rrePtesnth Ward.- Delegates to tbe Haver* ^ Wra? AL F?V*- WILLIAM ?. ballol, talma HILL. jt? Sa-ios'i.Sarsaparilla ?Tins unrivaled preparation has performed some ot the most astonishing cures of diseases ibotare recorded tn the annals of history, thus prov'tr" conclusively it is ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 March 1843

T HE TRIBTJNE._ ii.;. i.'i Cfitnniusioatr'* Report. A copy of the Annual Report of tbe Coramis Bioners appointed to supervise tbe receipts and expenditures of the Chat Stable Institutions of tbe First S-natc District, to tbe Legislature, has been received and we find in it much cause to bo proud of Whig management, economy and fidelity. It appears from tbe Report of Dr. Turner, tbe able Health Commissioner who has just been supersed? ed hy Governor Bouck, that during Uie three years be has been in office the gross amount of receipts of Hospital monies has been.$220,749 10 The tow! disbursements..103,186 13 Total surplus of receipts over expendi? ture .j.$117,56-? 97 la facti while there has been an increase in the re c ipts, by prudence and economy the expenditure* have been reduced from $38.950 to $27,711. If \ve iememl";r right, under the Loco-Fjco Officers ^receding Dr. Turner, by reason of extravagant expetise.-i and ou'nigcau-* defalcations, this Depnrt jnent paid little or not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 March 1843

KEW-YORK TRIBUNE it rCBUSHED Evrt-r MOfcKINC, u \t& flaswtt-' (opposite the OUyJlall,) Nem-Tori, *A\,**red ?Citv Subscribers for aw CesUs per week. ^SJcop? Mail Subscribers, *5 per w, advance; and the paper in no case continued flJ^l ihe time for wbich it is paid. Subscriptions SSSr Six Months. TERMS Of ADVERTISniti: i<n?s or less, (over six,) first insert en.... 50 Cents. *F * for each snbsequent insertion. 25 - u for sir insertions, or one week.$150 " n for twenty-five insertions. 500 " ^rr Advertisements at eouallv favorable rates. '?SsfeSj ReJ'uriocs and Funeral Notices, not exceeding w*?'?*. 25 cents. PrTTHJt WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, ! tU Country, is published every Samrday morning, at low price of $2 per annum, in advance. TiHE T r1b; u n"E.~~ Urbtcto. jSjiiWM"? Macazime for April 1343. Vol. 22. No. 4. ; Thjs number is even unusually well filled widi 'rrary papers both in proso and verse, and the ?jitor'sdepartment abounds in judicious notices of ft publicati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 March 1843

THE TRIjBUNE^ SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1843. FOR PBJZSWEtiT, HENRY CLAY, or k-ewtockv._ *Er Democratic ^**rth5*?!ran^ tee.-A Meeting oi this Committee will be held on Toe*, day Evening. March 21,?I the Broadway Hons- at half past7 o'clock. PHILIP HONE, Chairman. Joseph P. Piassow. \ Secretaries. mip 2t Eowacs E. Cowlcs,)_ mib a JT THE IMPROVEMENTS IN AGRICULTURE, THJS ARTS, fee in tbe United Stales; being an account c: rtcenlaod important discoveries and improvements ia the mode of boiiding Hjusea, making Fences, raising Grain, making Pork, disposing oi Hogs, making Lard Oil, raising Silk, with engravings of improved Houghs and other Agriccltura! Implements, fcc; and a 1 realise on AGRICULTURAL GEOLOGY, will be published at the Tribune O?ice THIS DAY?pi ice 25 cents ; five copies for $ I. Orders through P^J?*** ?S<?t? Y4? by GREELEY At McELRATH, 160 Na san street, N. Y. r-,. ^(frertlseri will bear in mind that advertisements in tended* for Monday's paper routd We sent in by 10...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 March 1843

?Whbisi Alexandria at $4; 250 do Richmond Country at ' j ]2i. 4M do Frtrferickshu rg at 4 J2}.time; Georgetown, I in toi?, at 4 25, and 700 tiat boep Southern at 4 4Sj e 4 {0. Tjjere is an increased inquiry lor Rye Floor, ar.d about 500 ^ Pennsylvania, to arrive, ba*e been ?ld at 3 a i 06t, ?hieb is lawer. Sale* Jersey Meal at 2 50. Brandy wine ? wsrtb 2 621 i Mds 12 50. The market is, we believe, en- | ^y bare of Buckwheat Flour. Shorts 9c; Ship Stuffs 13. GRAIN.?The supply of Wbeat offering is still small. We notice salM of 3000 bushels Illinois to arrive, at 9?c, to ?, Eastern miller. Corn in rather heavy to-day, and we h^r of no sales. A few days since 2000 bmbeb Jersey Rye, very prime, sold, to arrive, at ??c. and 4D0 bushels sold to? day st Sic, reassure, for the East, Barley 47 a 48c. Oals are not very abundant; M00 bushels Virginia sold al26c, acd 15,000 bushels Canal sold, to arrive'on the opening of MTigauoo,at27c Wc notice sales 30 bbls White Beans ?1 tfi per?Bshcl* ?IU-F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 March 1843

From Graham for ApriL fLc^e .Sorifl_Fkom the Italia*' CV KICrtAKO tV NEY WILDS O! wert thou but with me In yon riark vessel free, That o'er tbe moon-lit sea Cleaves her wny. O ! were it only mine, From scenes in which we p:ne, To bear thee o'er the brine, For away I On ocean's ample breast, Beneath night'? starry vest All els? but us at rest? Thou and T Of every mutual pain Together might complain, And unbetrayed remain, No one by. Thus liftinrj memory's pail From this dark life. all. all The past we should recall, With its woes: And then what could we crave Fron? Heaven and the wavn But a harbor or a grave, To repose! Catholicism in Europe? Estland, Arc. The following is an extract of a Letter frorr President Durbin', of Dickimten College, Pa, (who is now traveling in Europe,) to Dr. Sew all, published i:i the National Intelligencer. 1 states important facts and evinces a clear atu philosophic observation, which entitles it to atten tion : I have carefully s-tudied tbe Catholic rel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 March 1843

' TriE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ? ; II r?BLISHED EVr*T KORNIRC, ?? Atago flat***-**-, (opposite the Cits HaJU Ifevy Fork, i^f/eJirered to Citv Subscribers for .Vwie Gents per week. ' Sisgk* eopi? Two Cents Mai? Subscribers, $5 per Sift in advance; and ihe paper in no case continued wood tbe lane for which it is paid. Subscriptions taYenforSixMonths. TERMS Or ADVEXtTIElUC: -Cft^ines or less, (over six,) first insertion.... ?Cents, T* ? for each subsequent insertion. 25 " u ? for *?insertions, or one week.$150 " ? u for rstenfy-pre insertions. 5 qq ?< f/??er Advertisements at equally favorable rates. - Marriages, Religious and r uneral Notices, not exceeding ?,* lines. 25 cents. * jjTHK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, fortU Country, 1? published every Saturday morning, at ' JJ jo* price of $2 per annum, in advance. K' THE TRIBUNE. Capital Punishment. ft ikt Editor of T.'ie Ti ib une : I bad supposed that the discussion on the sub? ject of Capital Punishment had closed. Tt seems, howeve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 March 1843

THE TRIB?NE. MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1843. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or KJSKTUC2T. IT- x><.?nocratic Whig General Conimit gee._A Meeung of Ibis Committee viif be held on Toes day Evening, March 21, mt tbe Broadway House at balf past 7 o'clock. PUlLl? H0NE cbBirroan. kDWiKO ?. COWLKS, ; ET THE IMPROVEMENTS IN AGRICULTURE, THE ARTS, kc 1c the United States; being an aecoant of recent and important discoveries and improvements in the mode of bniidinz Houses, making Fences, raising Grain, making Pnri, dbposing ol Hogs, making Lard Oil, raising Silk, with engravings ol Improved .Piou-bs and other'Agricultural Implements, kc; and a 1 reatise oo AGRICULTURAL GEOLOGY?just published at the Tribune Office. Price 25 cents; five copies for $1. Orders through Postmasters and otherwisearcsohcited by GREELEY k McELRATH, IGO Nassau st, N. Y. IT For an interesting communication on Capital Pun? ishment, Celestial Daguerreotype, Texan Prisoners, b.c., tee Firnt Paje. 33* For Political History...

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