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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 March 1843

tbebthofFebraary, a $10 counterfeit bill in paymen for #0common cigars. The bill was made to appear on the 8e?entb Ward Bank of this city, whereas it was an altered one of tbnt denomination from the broken consern the 10th Ward Bank. Noles was fully committed to answer to the charge. Robbery or Money.?A female named Maria Brown, was arrested lor having at various times stolen $43 from Mrs. Margiret Simmons, No. 43 Moaroe street, with whom ?be bad been living. Committed. Stabbed ? A colored female named Hetty Ann Joseph, was last night arrested for having inflicted a very severe wound in the face of John Sands, No. 35J Orange street, with a knife. She was felly committed to answer for this most outrageous assault. Robbing an aPOTHkcarv.?Last evening a colored wo? man named Lucy Ann Johnson, having in her possession two large glass j?rs, while she was passing the corner of Chadiam and Mott streets, was arrested by an officer, one was fi.'led with prepared chalk and the other with soda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 March 1843

political 35i?totj...No XIII. Prepared forth* Tribune by Edwim Wilma*** ANOTHER SKETCH OrWILLMM PENN-COLO.ItAl- HISTORY OF [)F.LA'VAkf. AND MARYLASD. The character of William Ps** as alawgivei and public benefactor was sketched by our fellow citizen, Gillian C. Verplanck, Es*, in bis usual felicitous and el?quent style, in an Address be fore the New-York Historical Society in 1813. We make the following extracts : " It was after u Jong and rigid discipline of ad? versity and oppression, when bis youthful presump? tion had subsided and his enthusiastic zeal bad ripened into a wise and practical benevolence, that Penn became the' founder of that Commonwealth which so gloriously perpetuates his name, his wis? dom and his virtues?a marc magnificent and last? ing monument than conq^ror or despot ever reared. " Montesquieu, with his usual brilliant and am? bitious originality, has styled Penn the modern Lycurgus. Paradoxical as this strange associa? tion of aarsses may at first appear, th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 March 1843

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is rciLHHKD rvrrt Moasr inc, j. im Vooou-j.'., (appositt the City Hall,) If era-Fork, delivered to City Subscribers for Nine Cents per week. Uwel? copi? Tb? Cfnfi MaiJ Subscribers, (5 per * nam. in advance; and the paper in no case continued ?w<J die time f?r which it is paid* Subscriptions akea for Six Months. TERMS Or ADVEKTISIN?: Lu jiaes or less,(over six,) first insertion.... SO Cents. ?j u far each rabsequent insertion. 25 " for six insertions, or one week.$1 50 " for twenty-five insertions. 5 no ? Lrfer Advertisement* at equally favorable rates, l^-riaces, Religious and * anerai Notices, no; exceeding '??in?*.25 c?*? V-THE WBEKLY TRTBUNE, a very large paper, % Country, u pnbhsl>ed every Saturday morning, at jovr price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. lima Sylvania Association. In answer to many Inquiries from all quarters, uf may briefly state that this body is steadily per? iling it* organization, and confidently expects to Ji into practical o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE; I?KSp7*~M0RSU<G, M&BC^^J^t j M IW7 ? M ? ? ? FOR PR&SW&ST, HENRY CLAY, or KXtrrvcur. _ ?~r n?mocratIc Whig General Como?it l^^JTahi- Committee will be beld on Tue. pa-t 7 o'clock. TH1LIP HONK, Chalrman. Josera P. Pt*sso!?, I Secretaries. rn'8 2t Edward ?. Cowles, 5 KT For a *odce of the f^^M^^ xvnia Atsoeiation and L.teraryJNode**io? Maeautay't MuttHanief, &C see Fir* r?iv? _ _ . , , tnd a very interesting XT For a Poem,' Loir mahop***' - . JSaive of the ConaW */ ^Js^rds ftu JFiA. tne ^oder ofwblchwesb.il Polish to-morrow.) see Last Page. _ i_ Connecticut. The Annual Election in our sister State takes place on Monday, April 3d, and we do hope that the Whigs are preparing to give a good account of themselves. In addition to their whole State Gov? ernment, four Members aia to be chcaen to repre? sent the State in the next Corjgress, which Con? gress is to determine whether the Tariff shall be sustained or eubverted. We appeal to every manly citizen, to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 March 1843

Convict Laber. , fr Editor oftkt Tribune: 'u;0w very preposterous for gentlemen who have 1*2 Mines they wish to dispose of to the State, |Civ?< through the Press of your City, to destroy ft L?triv?<? practicability of the able Report made byRan ?3 Cook, Esq. upon the employment of the State f^ricts in the Iron Mountains of this State! It Vft, to every candid mind, be apparent that the J^pness of Convict Labor will more than offset Lprobable cheapness of fuel in the Cumberland ?, those Mines being worked by voluntary Ia For years pastao average of over ten mil of dollars has been sent abroad for Iron, a ion of which our convicts might supply, pro jgour Legislature are willing to do justice to mechanics, which has not been refused by the ^opean nations, who have some time since given ?jbfl plan, from which our present system was 'jed. they having mere regard for the honest ii?n than our Republican State. Please insert and among your subscribers oblige A Brooklyn Mechanic. 110* O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 March 1843

For The Tribune. 3Utte ^Ha&opacfc. Best is thy soft and placid beauty still. Thou gentle lake! And for tbe happy raem'ries it bath left, A blessing take. I woo their freshness, 'mid tbe din of life, To soothe and cheer; And ever, when I sink to rest, soft uoughts Of thee are near. Thine are the glorious forms whose shadows fall Upon my dreams? The golden thoughts that come to waken me, With morning beams; And glorious images, like those thy waves Give back to Heaven, Are jnirrorad on my soul, in hues as bright As thine at even. For these I bless thee; thy bright task of love Thou hast fulfill; The drops of beauty richly o'er my heart Have beoa distilled ; I feel their fragrance, and I sigh to think, Xbat not like thee Have I been faithful to tbe part that Heaven Assigned to me. I will not envy thee tbe tranquil smile Thou lov'st to wear, For I am human, and my lot, I know, la toil and care. Still were it well, if I might learn of thee My way of life? Weil, if my sonl might list ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 March 1843

160 iVaiJCM-jL, fappioiu the City Hall,) New-Fori, ' And delivered' to C'dv Subscribers./or. O'W OenU per week. Shorle copies 7W CVats' Mail Snbscribers, |5 per , rr - anaem, in advance; and the paper in no case continued beyood.Lke tim? for which it -i? paid.- Sabicriptior.; ?keu for Six Months.. T?xM*or.An.TeR-n?i?o: ? - tfttf Jlnex or less, (over six,) fust insertion...,. 50 Cents. ... ?*" foe each imbsecuent insertion., 25 u u . -?? - -for sir 1 rtserttorui, or one week.....ti 50 " ? " for twenty-five insertions;.;;.5 00 M Longer Advertisement* a: equally favorable rates. Marrbire?, Re ligioas and i- aaerai.?u?ces, not exceeding fir* line*. 25 certs. ,r ? .-, TjrTHE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very ,arge paper, jorineCtmntry, is published every Saturday morning, at the low price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TR1BUNE.~ Tbe Cotae of .TOackcnz^e. Jntbe Circurt Court ori Monday, Jndge Betts delivered bis charge to ihe Grand Jury on the questions propounded by it io relation to the complain...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 March 1843

THE TRIBUINE. -WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 22,1843. HENRY CLAY, n-r i? rh. loiter Iroin New-Bnmswick, N. J., in yester da^T ??Lr ?l0TpM to the widow Hartwk* was TT Vor Judge Betis's Decision in the Ca? 0/ M?**?fe (aSectly Sfttti yesterday ) Af?. /Fw j. . Ggf*h Convent teith Mexico, Appointments by the Governor jLtto-ory .fotwsts.JfcC. See First Page. . CT On oar Lav. Page will l>e fopdS a graceful Song by T. H B*y*y and the Conclaait* W the mtcre?t'-g ?srfer* 0/ Z-otty Bulsxr. D- We arc indebted"^ tbe Aapre? of Messrs. Pomeuoy & Co. lor Albany papers ol yesterday morning, and to the Expresses of Me?r,. Haii?? * Co- *?d Ada-m* * Co' for lortign papers Oy we^nibla and Extras from Boston. -.? j,ci is Democracy ? Toe ?wn?ie? ^ a?d Pathfinder are puzzling themselves ovel* problem presented by the great number of thinking men who are first-rate Democrats in every thing but their votes?these are cast for the Whig candidates. A kindred per? plexity is doubtless presented in the case of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 March 1843

tbaner be annolled, the court can interpose to protect the property, should snch be requisite, in IhU city. Motion denied, with cost*. Elias rUcks, ?r. ace. v$. Thomas Cocbran, exer. and Others.?Mation for an injunction to compel Antoine Pastor to pay one half of $300 per annum (being tbe rent of honse 157 Greenwich street) to complainant on behalf of Isabella a?d Catbatine Stewart, of London, heirs of Marienna Fntchard. Tbe property was bought of Kinlock Stuart by Henry and Mariena Pritchard. The deed was mtde out ?ne half to each. They came from London, and, it is con? tended by complainants, were never married. Mariena died iu 18i7, devising tbe proceed* of her property to the yiss Williams. Mr. Pritchard (who was a confectioner) took possefsiou of tbe bouse *?n her decease, though they did not I??e together for seven years before. He died in 1831, leaviog a widow and son, and Messrs. Cochran and Taomas bis executors. Tbe latter cantend that the pro? perty folly reverted to Henry...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 March 1843

Elp on tfji? Cruti) 32L?mnQ. EY THOMAS HaYNES BAYLT. Th?Y say wo are mo }-0jV^?J?^S^^r^=^ ,,.r ... Too wiW to bermrfted;" " In scorn they bid us both renounce The fond vows we have plighted. They send tbee forth to see the world, Tbv Jove by aboence. trying; Then"go ; for I can smile farewell? Upon thy truth relying. 1 know that Pleasure's hand will throw Her siiken nets about thee ; I know how lonesome I shall fand The I?ng. long days without thee Bat in thy letters there '11 be joy; The reading?the replying; . I'll kiss each word that'a traced by thee? . Upon thy truth relying' When friends applaud thee, I'll sit by, In siient raptur-f giving: And. oh! bow *>roud of being loved By her they have been praising! But should Detraction breathe thy name, The world's reproof denying. I'd love ;hee?laud thee?trust thee still? Upon thy truth relying. JE?en those who smile to see us part, ? Shall see us meet with wonder; guch trials only tunke the heart That truly loveB grow fonder. Our ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 March 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE . 13 PVEL1SHED EYFaY StORMJIC, J{ 160 Tfastau-st., (opposite the City Hall,) AVs> York. And delivered to City Subscribers for Wine Cents per week. Single copies Two Cents Hail itTibscribers, $5 per annum, in advance; and the paper in no case condoned beyond the time for which it is paid. 8Bbscriptifms taken for Six Months. TERMS OS* AOTr.KTISI!??: fJEN lines or less, (over six,) first ins*rdan.... ?0 Cerdi. ?? ?' for each snb<?-qcenl insertion. 25 " ? ?* (or six insertions, or one week.f 1 .W u ?? " for trcentvfire insertion*. 5 00 ** Larger Advertisements et equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Kuueral Nolicett, opt execedm" five line?. S5 cents. ? JT THK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large pf?*>er for tie Cocntxy, w published every .Saturday moraine-, at tne low price of $2 per annum, in advance. *?*?**??~**~ ?_ THE TRIBUNE? DEFENCE OF COM. MACKENZIE. HfuYfil Court IHurtial. [Reported far The New-York Tribune J Wednesday, March 22. The Court met...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE^ THURSDAY MORNING.MARCH 23, 1343. FOR PRKSWEffT, HENRY CLAY, or ?wtockt. (TT rvntrtti Committee of ?ewocratic ^gg^^L^tgwiU n* held ai ibe .Broadway House on ^ order ADDISON DOUOHKRTY, ChaimM?. Ouxxrt K. Taylor, j Secretaries. ai28 James B. oWAix, > i ET For an extract from Chuttlewt, Ireland and the Irish, itc, ?ee Last rage. __ 33- We expect the third No. of the Anglo-American Mo, ,?m?t*is morning. A few copies of the 1st nnd2JNos ve still for sale. Price for each No 12* cents. For sale ?ho/Loaden aac Liverpool papers received by the last Steamer. _ CT Copies of thi. morning's Tribune, containing excla. siveJy :b Drrf-"*-*- or Com. Mackenzie, may be had in wrappers for mailing at our counter. D>efesace of ?om. LYIackenxie. Jbe session of the Court Martial convened some Bix weeks since for the trial of Commander Mac? kenzie is at last drawing to a close. The hearing of testimony having been concluded, Commander Mackenzie's Defence was read yesterday by Gzo. Griffin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 March 1843

small parties and took different directions. Col. Fisher, with 15 to 20 companies, took the upper reute, for St. Antonia. Mr. Nelson came by way of Gonzales and Washington, and thence via Nacogdoches to this city. [N. 0. Bulletin. FkoM Yucatan.?By tbe arrival yesterday morning of the brig Fiery, Capt. Snares, we have iatelligence from Campeachy up to the 1st inst. There had been some little skirmishing between the Yucatecos and Mexicans, which had resulted with little advantage to either side1. A reinforcement of some 600 troops from Vera Cruz had arrived, whereat the Campeachy editors made themselves extremely merry. They appear to think that the climate alono, now that the sickly season has set in, wiil kill them off fast enough and save the Yucatecos much time, powder, and ball. Verbally we learn that tbe Mexicans are throwing shot and shells into the town of Cam? peachy, doing some considerable injury to the buildings but killing few of tbe inhabitants. Nearly all have left the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE. fcj* Boz U just wakiog up. We thought the first tw? numbers of bis * Chuzzlewit' ratber heavy, but he comes out in the new one just received.? His old habit of exaggeration clings to him, bat be uses it ' with beautiful effect,' as the officer ?aid of his cannon. For instance-Ch-vy Slyrne, a drunken humbug and pretender to gen.us, with hi* jackal!, T>gg, have run up a score at their ho? tel, and, as'usual, cannot pay ; so they are detain? ed.' So Tigs Soe* UP 10 ^r ^c'?40"'60? in p.'s absence to humbug the amoitnt out of t-vo young men left in charge of the premises. He opens the case thus: ? Then I tell you what It is, gents both. There . is at this present moment in this very place a perfect constellation of talent and genius, woo is involved, through wb?t I cannot but designate as the culpable negligence of my friend Pecksniff, in in a situation as tremendous, peftaps, as the so? cial intercourse of the nineteenth ceotu-y will refidil) admit of. There is aauully a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 March 1843

?Kl' THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE in 1-tfM.iMUBD Bvrur Moaxino, a <t lfrs ?ta;*?-*** (oppotiit tke Oity HalU JFenvFor*, ***? - - t?nc V' Oltv Subscribers for JXKnt (Jet?Mper wees. ? .^.J ? V^snee; *?d lhe paper in no casecsntmned ?X**??rk t?ne.i?4.which, it i?>paid.- Sabtccip?oTJ \pv?W? jjoolbs. ^ - ~*ti Kr^?-ir '? '<,FaMS'or ??tb*twii?o: ' T/sp'1T^?f?5i?wrilx,)fiminiortMi.... MCenti. ./ ? -ir InWibsetioeat insertion.?. 25 '.*? . J ?* ? 'Vr T-s*S*rU"n?' or one week. ... .$1 50 u - i ,v*iu.'<*iev*/foe insertions.......... 5 00 " h?t. ?rtir?S! ?t?^11* at ?SM?lf favsraW? rates. fir??S* S o<-f;.F>M aad ?aoeral Cotices, not exceeding: ?* ? ' . x,(?3i't / ?pnblisnwi every Saturday morning ai ^ tie ?.>'# prie? ?12 per anno?, in advance. THS TRIBUNE. ? ?^ Cass-Correspondente. i v?Iraiii:'0U8 ana interesting Correspondence aet^een 6ien- Le^tis G a si, late U. S. Minister at the Court of "he King of France, and Hon. Dan? iel Wi:*:-r> i, our Secretary of State, bas recent . J/ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE; '?'Klu.*k Muk?hLN?, MARCH 24, 1343. FOR PXJCSWXXT, HENRY CLAY, OS ?WTCCKT. =-sr==3--; S7 f?enrral Coasrailtee of l?etnocra?Ze ?j/vT*- vmmS fll?j Jor 1?*??A? adjourned mceuog oYtfuc^-^wiubeheldattb* Broadway noose on Kruiav t vpamg, the S4tb in?., at ha It past 7 o'clock ZyZrli-r. ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. C<uax.wRTAT1.oa,/S?Cretarie^ JaMBS !>? t?WAIJ?, > ?vu*?? ET For a Coccmuaieatioo on the DebaU* *p<n? Capital Pvmiskmait, tee Last Page. '?i *?~ The Cass Corresponde.?W? have placed upou our Erst pago to-dey a carefully prepared, though of necessity greatly condensed, abstract of the correspondence between Gen. Ca?s and Mr. Webster, which has excited considerable inte? rest for some weeks past in political circles. The original letters are very voluminous, filling some fifteen columns in th* National Intelligencer. We believe we have indicated the chief contents ef eaoh letter. We thirk it evident that Mr. Web? ster baa ?such the best of the controversy, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 March 1843

ti* South, at 56?et below which lh?re Is none to be had,and j^neiiheldasb-hcsTO. gFICES?A sale ?f 118 bag? Jamaica Pimento bus b*en jntde at 4jc, ?h-irt price, for expoi u At Saleni a consider ?b'e parcelof Cayenne Cl-jvessold for this market, supposed aJDa<le below '?x per lb. DRIED APt LES?Wcnotice a sale ol 100 bb!s at 3ic. TALLOW?Sales 7000 lbs Southern r-.-ndcred at 6}c jjOLA?iSES?A parcel of 250 bbls very prime N Orleans -Ws.??/-'*lOVS.?There are moderate sales to the trade, pi barrel meau at our qaotati?ns, but no large operations, gale?, lait week, of 400 bbls Dutches Co. Clear Pork at list A loi of D C Mess brought, :o-;Jay, 9 50. We quote #? Me? Ohio 8 25 s 3 S7j ; Prime 6 m a 7; old Mess 7 75; old Prime 5 75. Mes* Beef 6 L0; Prime do 1 a 4 50, for Country and Cily. Buyers of Lard for export still re fott to meet ?ellcrs. Wc notice sales about 1000 kegs aDd $o ?bis for shipment East al 55c. Smoked Hams we quote gt a 7i ; Pickled do 4J a 5, wiib sales 78 hhds at the Uiwe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE^ To tXr ?-l?er 0/ the Trxowu : The piece in your p_persigoecl ." No Hangmai speaks of the late Debate on Cepita! Punis bra - as if it- were unfair. Let us see in. what respjg 1. As to tima- -Throughout the Debate jP CSulIivaj? occup?ed more time than his oppOpe having, on the first _nd second evenings, the pri lege of a. rejoinder entirely tohimsel? and on t third evening taking two rejoinders instead of' 01 If. then in regard to time the debate was unfair, t unfairness, ?Dd the advantage, if there were ar wa3 altogether on Mr. O'Sutliyan's side.; 2. A? to the^nodeof proparation. A keen a practised lawyer would,probably think jt agre advantage on bis side, if be found his oppone " relying ni_i?ly on-.a written argument, for might very nai?'?^ suppose that hts oppo/ie would be"?e*dX?ct3d to that, so -tax-many of 1 owo areu?n?atj? be might bope would not even touched by his antagonist. But evenittbey wa all a?iicip?t?d or noticed, he might expect to mal his unwritten argum...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 March 1843

THE NEW-YOI\K TRIBUNE is published -vrar mornikc, At 110 P?ti*u-st., (opposite ike City Hall,) Rcas-Torls, __aj delivered U> City Subscribers for 3fi?_ Cents per week. SUurle copies 7- Cents Mail Subscritor*, $5 per annum, in advance; and the paper in no case continued beyond the time fer which it is paid. Subscription? taken for Sit Mo ml it. TERMS or ADVERTISING: <J?N line?or les*,(over six,) first insert)?.... BO Certs. a? ?* for each subsequent insertion. 25 ?? n " for six insertions, or one week.$1 50 *? ? " for txttenty-five insertions. 6 00 u jjNiger Advertisements at equally favorable rales. Marriages, Religions and Funeral Notices, not exceeding five lines. 23 cents. ET THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, (or tbe Country, is published every Saturday morning, at jn* Jow price ol $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. The Copyright Question. To the Editor of The. Tribune : As Editors are supposed to know every thing, I would ask to be enlightened on a point of the I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 March 1843

THE TRIB?NE. SATURDAY MORNING, MARC? 25, 1843. FOR PRE swsirr, HENRY CLAY, or _j_rroc_r TT TlBTorulJT Convention.? \n. Adjouned Mm?c? * F S <*n*eo_oD will ne held on Mcndav even ln_ Use 27t_ ?at- at? o'cl-^k, ?t ?.? Broadway House. infc, u?e _<_. in?. ? ^ yHjLiP? PH?NLX, Cbairman. Edwaro Misn'M, j Secretaries. ?^ 2t J H. HoiuaT Haws, 5' mD-3'a -_?i - ET Advertisers will hear in mind that advertisements .o ?ended for Monday's paper mu?t ?e sexsl in by 10 O'c'ock this evening, as our publication orBce _ not open on Sun? day?. The raw* for advert?i_g, in view at the extensive circalaiiouof thi* paper, are >ery re*??abie? aBd ia *" ?a*et are payable in advance. IT Copies ol tettefcoeeef ??ptua Mackenxk as pre. ?_UdlotheCourt.Mirt.a; by GKoaou OriPfin, E>q., in a neat Pampbet form. ??* ctmlammg the Gredr fro ??-aune O? Spencer, may be had at ifaa etfic* Pnce 12. cents. This irupoat?: National Document although clear, logical and eLqaed in its style, cannot be fairly underwood...

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