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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 March 1843

MONEY MARKET. g?leo at the Stock Exchange, march 34. il.TCO St.re6s,l??'21,iiC 1(>]*?$1,<j00 Ohio6s, l&?b..?10d TO I,?? do.op'g lOIi i,8iro do 1856.b9J 1,000 SUte 7s, lS4S.op'g 1035 16,000 Indiana Bonds .... 25 2,000 do...lr?.op'g liWj UHhrsBkofAraer.89 2000Kentucky 6s.B5| io do Bk oi Com....full 93} 3,000 do. 3?3I 25 doMobawkR.28} 3,?00 do.854 25 do.bSOd 29 1,000 do.......851250 do.Harlem R...s60d 16* 5iiOObio6s 186e..op'g 69i 50 do. 164 1,0? do.slOd 6bi? 50 doPatersonlt.41 1,000 do.bSOd 7l> 75 do SteniogtonR.... 18* 11,1*0 do.70 | 6 3 SECOND ROA an. / {?000 Kentucky.So}i$3 000 Ohio fi;, I860 . .bSd 704 <.?0 d*.......S3U85 1000 do.iSOifiDI IfiM do.85 ? 2-1 shrs Mutual Ins Co :.100 Commercial Exchiin;c Association. $l,f00 Stale 6s, 1862. 102 ?$1.000 Ohio 6s, I860.70 1,000 do. 102} 1,000 US C, 1862, ?iSOd 107$ 1,0?? do.Ii30d .07} .500 do.sum Klfi* lO.tvO do..slod 101k 9/X*) Illinois 6s. 1370 csh 22'. 1,000 do.sfifld 22'i 2.000 do.cash 2vi 19.000 do.s30d ?.2} 3,000 Ken...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 March 1843

3^a*?piric1ra...oRTHB Mkrchast of Balsora 8V LAICH HCnT. Abou Ben Adbem (may ?ta tribe increase) Awoke one night from a deep dream of peace, And ?aw within tbe mooofigbt in his room, Making it rich and like a lily in bloom, An angel writing in a book of g0?**- , ,, Exceeding peace had made Beo Adhem oo.d, And to the presence in the room he sani, " What writeat thon ? " The vision raised its naad, And. with a look made of all ?weet accord. Answered. " The name? of ihme wbo love the Lord ?' And ia mine ono ? " said Abou. " N ay, not so ! Replied the angel- Abou spoke more low But cheerly .till, and" ?aid-'; I pray thee, then, Writ? roe as one wbo loves Ins fellow men. Tbe angel wrote ami vanished. The next night It came again, with a grot wakening fight. And sbow'd the names whom love of G?d ban we?, ' And lo I Ben Adhein's name led ah the rest. Mr. Barnard's LetteMo his Constituents. Tc my Constituents, Electors of the City and County of A&ony : I address this b-ief letter of exp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 March 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Jit 180 Katueu-st., (opposite the City HalU Hca-Tork, Attd delivered to Cin* SuMcribcrs foriYote Cents per week. 81ng!e copies Ttoo Cents Mail 8ub?crib*ra, $5 per annum, in advance ; and ihe paper in no case continued l^yond the tone for which it _ paid. SaoscriptioG? taken for Six Months. " terms or ?DVEansncs: fKN lines or lets, (over six,) first insertion.... 10 Cents. " m for each subsequent insertion. 25 u ? ? for ?it insertions, or one week.$1 50 * ? *? " for twenty-five insertions..,. 5 00 '? Linger Advertisements at equally favorable rate Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding fir? lines, 25 cents. ? ET THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, (or toe Country, U published every Saturday morning, at the low price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TR1BUN?T Albany?r,egi*Iatnrc?Adjournment?The Virginia Question-Criminal (curt ISill-lfounB'- Manifento?Bank Com. __i?*ioners?Charter Ejection, &c. From our regular Correspondent. Albany. March ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 March 1843

wgmuswmmgggggBSff? ^T?? T RI BU NJL? MONDAY- MORNING. MARCH 27, 1843. 3'OH PRJiSWJWT, HENRY CLAY, or Kimrc-xY. ?ET DamacrnUe Wulff ?encrai. Cocsmiu tee ?A Meeting of this Cororuitfc-e will be held on Tnes day Eveiling. Msrcn 28, at the Broadway House at half paix 7 o'clock. PHILIP HONE, Chairman. Joseph P./?"????. I Secretarle?. m27 a ?otTAU>?. Cowt.es, > ni*' ?** XT HIaiyorialST CoasTeneioiiA-An Adjo-arned MeeiloK of this Convention will be belti on Monaav even loe. the 27th inst. al7 o'clock, at th? Broadway Hopse. log, mc?in ^ PHILIPS PHCEN1-X, Chairman. Edward Mjkto*k, ) ?j^.^arjes. m>,eit ?* D**Copiesol ihe Detenceof Captain Mackenzie as pre? sented to the Conrt Martial by Gboeoe G air ra, Esq., in 'a neat Pamphlet form, a?-?" containing the Greek Pro. ' fromme of Bpencer, "?y *e had nt this ?ffice. Price. 12* cewa Tbis import??1 National Docnment ullhongb clear, logical and elo??*nt in ?*?' *?y,e' cannot be fairly nndersiood or appreci*!**1 without the accompanying Gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 March 1843

SirE. L. B?lw-R.?The Boaton Time? pub? lishes*, the following as an extiact from a letter writwn by Bulwer to a gentleman of that city : ? With the laat page of the ' Laat of tho Barons' clojed my career as a writer of fiction. You have kflg heen aware that my graver studies have been gradually unfitting me for the task of the ? Roman? cier.' The ' light of other days is faded,' and my fancy no longer kindles at a spark, as in happier hoars of yore. I am too wise to jeopardize what bule credit I may have won already, and therefore bid farewell?a mournful farewell, it may be to the light labors and flowing dreams of the nov? elist." Cofper.?The Galena Advertiser saya there is now lying at the store of Wm. Hempst?ad, in that place, 15,000 pounds of copper, which was smelted at the furnace of Mr. Charles Bracken, of Mineral Point, Wisconsin. The resourses of Wisconsin in the article of copper are just begin? ning to be developed, and within a very few years it will be among the princip...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 March 1843

Prom ta* Bo&on Post, "Xo?se. TB? l&dy ?Jd 'tw*9 * <lB?tft <?art* When there I went to board ; But Busan thrums the piano-forte, And by Sam the bas*U roared. Ob. night and day does Susan piay The fashionable pieces ; And oft, together. ?? mother and father, Their daughter*, ?on? and nieces. When twinkles, twtnklei the evening star, iBT?t'mg to meditation. Then tinkle?, tinkle? a cursed guitar From a neighboring window-station ; "While little Tom thumps a ket?e-drom Pot an infantile parade, , , With a racket-tack-tack, and a racket-tack-tack And shouts from the wbeie brigade. The smoke-csp on the chinaney-top Shrieka to the fitful *??' .... Aa they twirl the sign of the tailor 3 ?hop, And ?lam tbe baker e blinds. Prom nightfall to the morning s dawn, Are heard the yells anpalhng Of cat? from every neighboring wall, Wbi*h men term caterwauling. ^ ???? L??g keeps a score of hounds, Whose foul, dishonest bark Outdoes all other horrid sounds Which wait upon the dark : Even a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 March 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS PTJBLtSHtD EVTUT KOEXIHC, jtt 1W Fastau-rt., (opposite the Cityjfall,) Nevo-York, Ami delivered to City Sokicriber? for Nine CenU per week. Single copies 'two Cents. Mail Subscribers, $5 per re i: nui, in advance; and ihe paper in no case continued beyond the tune for which it is paid. SubscripUorj taken for Six-Months. TERMS OF ADVERTISING : ?KN lines or less,(over six,) first insartion.... BO Cents. ? U for each subsequent insertion. 25 " *> M for six iosertioiis, or one week.$150 ?* ?? ? for twenty-five insertions. 5 00 u j^-ingcr Advertisements at eouailv favorable rates. jlarriages, Religions and Funeral Notices, not exeeedine fire lines. 25 cents. ^ f?r THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paner, icrtbe Country, is published every Saturday mommg, at Ibe low price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. SLtteratjjtfotfce*. A Gallop amono American Scenery: Or, Sketches of American Scenes aiH Military Adventure: By Augus tvs K. Sm.liman. (pp. ?67,I8mo.) D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE^ TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 28, 1843. FOR PR?SW?f?T, HENRY CL.AY, or _*e*?a*TPC?*?*?? XT _>e__ccr_iic Wh.? General, Commit tee.--A Meeting of this Committee wiU be held on Tues _sy Evening, March 28, at the Broadway Hoase at balf pert 7 o'clock. pHIL_p H0NB> cb?inaaru ^wr?TE.Co"r.-J^^ ?** O? Copies ol the Defence of Captain Mackenxl? as pre <eoted to the Conn Martial by G_o*cr GairriN, Esq., in _ o?Bt Pamphlet form, and containing the ??*?** Pn' gramme of Spencer, may be bad at thi* ??*???? *??* 12* <___ This important National Document although clear, logical and eloquent in Its style? cannot be fairly noderstood or appreciat-d without -be accompanying Greek charac? ter? foand in this Pamphlet. _T For Notices of A Qallop among American Scenery, Catkolio Expositor, Lady's World, Lady's Book, ?re., an lattrc Sting Letter from Columbus, ?Vc, see First Page. __** Pw the ? _*urioi ai Sea* & Poem, and a Letter from Cinti*nati, tee Last Page. - The Ir__y??ralty. We...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 March 1843

I Cow? Calendar This B?_y. Common Plkas.?Nos. 29, 36, 37, 33, 40 41 28,15? 42,82. ^ ?it_ BnttUlfience. M on da t, March 27. Board of Aldermen.?The Board net at half-past 5 o'clock?Alderman Davis In the Chair, and a quorum of members present. Tbe minutes of the lait meeting were read and approved. Message from the Mayor, vetoinj, the ? ordinance to tmeud tbeordinance to regulate the Crot?n M ?ter Works," oa account of iu denying the Mayor the right to open the hydrants under a penalty of $35, unless he first obtain per Hiissiou from the Alderman and Assistant of the Ward. Message ordered on file and published. Ordinance laid on the table. ' pamiONS REraa?KD.-Of the Inspectors of Election ef tbe Secoad District of Fourth Ward to have the Election poll of tbat District removed to No. 25 James-st : granted. Of sundry persons in the 13th and 14th Wards for free bydrants. For grading and gravelling loth Avenae from we Bloomiagdale Road at 146i_ street to i? intersection with Kings bridge ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 March 1843

For tbe Tribaae. ?\)t Burial at ?S?* Tkx gallant ?hip bad stayed her course, With flag half down her mast. And her crew in silent gro?os stood rennd, With their thoughts deep in tbe Pas*, About to pay to one beloved The saddesrrites^-and last. The merry laugh no longer rung It? accents on the ear; And mate was the loud and ribald tongue, Aa the eye looked on the bier ; And the rough hand dash'd from the farrow'd cheek The bright, unbidden tear. Por there in his hammock, cold and ?tul, He slept the laat sleep?and long ; But hi? ?pirit silently rootred among The heart? of the ?addened throng, And tonching them, made the weak more weak, And bowod tbe frame of the strong. ?or he had been their hope and their pride ; Hi* heart was as kiad and brave A? ever beat in a sailor'? breast. Or dwelt on tbe rolling wave ? Oh, *t was a sorrowful thing to give Him up to the boundless grave ! But they gathered in sadness round the bier, With Sorrow's noiseless tread?; And the breath of each wa? hurr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 March 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is ri'Bi.isHCD evrar Moaninc, At It50 lYowcu-jh, (opposite the City Hall,) flew-Fork Aod delivered to Ci?v Subscribers for Wine rJcni? per week Single copies Tan Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, in advance ; and ihe paper in no cas? continued beyond the time for which it is paid. Subtcriptioni taken for Su Months. r TERMS Or ADVEETISIKO: CRN lines or less, (over six,) first insertwa.... BO Cent?. ** -. for each subsequent insertion. 25 " _ ? ?' for six insertions, or one week.$150 ? ?? u for tnxnty-five in?eriH.n?i. 5 00 - fjwigcr Adv?rtiseraenLs at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding Set lines, 2o cents. *? CTTHE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large nnner for tbe Country,* published every Saturday morningVai l?e lo* pnce of ?2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. BzADtycs IN American Poetrv: By Rcfus W. Gris woi-o. New-York, John C. Kiker, Ann-street. Tbis work is intended to supply a grievous want in the schools of our ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE^ WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1343. FOR PRESIDEf?T, HENRY CLAY, OS? KZHTVCUT. ZT for ??rreral Literary f?otices. Cm. Putnam, Convict Labor, Sinbvi Outdone, Michael Hire, The Weather, and a ?rariety of other item*. *?* ??'ir?1 ?*&? J_r Fora Poem by Bur lei;', and another Chapter of Po littcal HistoryHKt Last ?*??? Th_ Mci-DZR OK CoRLI_S.?It Will b* ???n by our report that the examination before the Coroner has l>8cn closed, the Jury, after a brief absence Ittist evening, returning a vordict tiiat the -???ceased came to his death by a wound from some person unknown. Mr. tpd Mrs. Callen were thereupon at once discharged. Nothing in the voluminous testimony that has been taken in this ?protracted c_ie Leads to rix suspicion of guilt upon any parson, aoi ths a?'vt rem .ins enveloped in its Original rn/'t^fy- '?"be fict that a man may be ?hot in the open street at only a few steps from the most crowdsd thoroughfare in the city, at an hour when the streets are so general...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 March 1843

MONEY MARKET. Baie- a? ?be 8-?cI- Exchange. march 28. 15.1.00 Ohio 6?, 18S0..s35d 69 i&OOO Kentucky ds.65 l?OO Onto8s, I860 ..b7d Cijl 700 do.69, ifjOO do.bSOd 1)9, 9000 do. 69. l'?rOO do.slO.I 69aj 2,0?? (??io6s, 1856.63} 2.000 K-mucky 5s.70 5 shra Bk of K.nlucky 48. 18 do Neptune Ins Co. 75 10'J do Long l? It.43 i SecOStD flOAXD. 100 shr? Harlem.bSJ lGj,f)5,oro City 5s, 1853.3H ?0 do.^?d 1*4 (i,0('0 Ohio 6?.. 1860..sand 69 25 do.s&kl 16?| Coai-ncrcinl Fxchaia.se Association. ?1 000 ?Valer Loan. 1858 . 1*. J.rOO State 8s, 1861. 101 j _009 Ohio 6-, 186?..biw 69* 6000 do.}>15d 69* 2 jOiaO tio.stw 69i 1.1)03 do.bisj 16000 do. 63. 2,000 do.bnw 69?J 2,000 do.-.. blOd 6'iJ ??0*0 do.Monday 69 7,0"0 K eniucky Gs.ai ?,100 do........ bnw 85 1,000 do.tw 85 VI,UMO Kentucky 6s...sod R.r4 8.000 do.bnw 83. IjOOO do.b3;i 85i l.nOO Illinois 6s, 1370.... 22* 1,000 do. __i 1,000 do.wwai 2,000 do.836-22 l-_hrs Fanner.' Trust.. 14 13 do...... jsj 25 do.]Si 50 doH-rlemit. 16. -8 do L I_ ttrM....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 March 1843

*4 /'? :_ySgf?pB&:?. i i,_i.i___r__T1??ffl For The Tribune ?B,vsttiks. BV W-UU_M H. BCRLEIGH. Deep the mystery of death, When the body ?lumberetb. Senseless, pulseless, without breath Heedless of surrounding strife, Of the grief of child or wife ; Yet the ?same in all save life. Whence this slumber so profound. That it may not be unbound Or by silence, or by sound ? Who can answer? None may tell None who with the living dwell, Can unfold the miracle ! Not till on the spirit's s'ght Burst? the Uncreated Light, Can we read the mystery right. Yet. wbenJvcr we may *3e? DaiJy? hourly? do we see A profounder mystery? Than of death more solemn far ; Heavier, heedless though we are When the gates of sense unbar, Giving glimpses of its deep, Over which perpetual sweep Phantoms from the Land of Sleep. 'Ti? the mystery of Life? With its trials and its strife? With its hopes and terrors rife? With ita darkness and its light? With its weakness and its might? With its longings infinite For a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 March 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE rs nrB-tsncD rvray morhinc. At 160 _t_**_u-*f., (ovposit: the City HalL) f?ew- York, And ?ielivered u? City Subscribers for f?ine Cents p?*?r week Sinsrte copia Two Cents. Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum. In advance ; and the paper in no ces? continued beyond the time for which it U paid. SubscripUorj taken for Six Month.. y TKR.MS Or ADTEBTTSTRfl * XBN lines or less,(over six.) first insertlnn.... 50 Cents. ?? . " for each subsequent in?ertion. 25 " *? " for xic ir_ertip_s, or one week.$1 50 ? " " for twenty-five Insertions. 5 00 ?? Iiinger Advertisement* at equally favorable rate Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceed'.n_ _t? lines, 25 cents. * ID? THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paner, tor ibe Country, is p_bli?i?il every Saturday moraine' at tbe low price ot $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. -&Cu:e_?. INCIDENTS OF TRAVEL IN YUCATAN. By John L. STEPHT.Vs, Author of * Incidents of Travel in J_"ypi, Arabia Petras*, and the Holy Land.' ? I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 30, 1843. BP i,,1.:.1:'..-- as i " ?!? FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or nxsrroexr._ ?? .?.??? i.,, ? - ??*?? . - ?O* For an Emended &#>**> ?>/ Stephens3! Travels in i'ucatan, see Flrsi Page. O* For a Ci-mi-usT* ?<ory, ?*b? _m*rtc<m /-i#r???re, kc. set Last Page. m Kjp We omitted yesterday to acknowledge our -indebtedness to Adams & Co. for the only Boston paper which reached us. We always feel grate? ful for such favors, although we sometimes neglect to make public acknowledgement- But for these useful Expresses (which aro not, like the Mail, confined to any prescribed route, bet can avail themselves of the most expeditious,) the public would sometimes be without new? from Boston, Albany, &c. for a day or two at least. KJ" The passengers who left Boston by theSton ington "route on Monday afternoon, only reached here yesterday at 3 P. M., bav_g been detained _: Stsnington until 3 A. M. of Wednesday by a violent storm of wind...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 March 1843

MONEY MARKET. gale? at Use Stock Exchangf. ?TCarct- 39 S-000 Ohio G*, 1860... .w 6_i 50 stir- Leather Bank... 97 in do Ohio L _ Trust. 55 16 do Syr it Ulica R...10O 124 do Harlem R. 16g 25 do .Mohawk R.28. 75 doSiamngtonR.bW 18. 50 do Paterson R. .op'g 4S? 25 de Canton Co..i-0d 19. 25 do.19$ _IOOPSiate75,1848.op'elOS} lSKt*ntncky?...b60d85A 2,00? do.gj ropo do.B5"i IS do.I?** ,*W0 d?.rowR:' iS? ?o.slOdHo rSo Ohio 6s, 1S5S.?9 '?fto do I860.69A ?SS do.-30d69. Commercial Exchange Amn-ciatiou. M ??Stale6?", 1862.101f|$*7.r00 Illinois ?3?, 1870 c.b 22 *j000State5?js, 1861 .... 95 8,W>0 do.sl5? 21? HOCO Obr?os, I860.69. * o'ooo do ......... each 69J jmo do.69| SOCO ?"O.snw 69f j'neo do.nw 69, SOO? do. 69 LOCO Ky 6s.slOJ 8c 4.000 do.85 3,000 do.s3d 85 ?.O0O do.b3d 85 100 shrs Harlem.i80d 161 SECOND BOARD. _li?0O Ohio 6i, lS6?...15d 69 1000 do.fiftl 4000 do.83d?. 6000 do.1.3d 6?J iftiO do.slO l 69 3000 do.tiw 69 }'000lllinoUGs, 1870 .... 22 2000 do.ow 2!. l?oo do.b3d 22 |1,?H? Illinois 6...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 March 1843

- IMPROMPTU. ~--OS THE ?OVRT OF ErrORS AT WASHINGTON? With Washing.?*?, bei favorite son, The country went moat bravely.*'?? And raise- her name in story*; With Jeffer-on and Mad?on And Jackson down to Harrlt-'n, Still on, on, on, to frlotj. With Tvler she began to er, Called Webster, Spencer and Upsb-r, Whig Tories, to support her; Echo returned no sound to her From Congres?? walls, ?ave er, er, er, And now she call? for Porter. Philadelphia, March 11,1343. [Pennsylvania--. A Criminal'- vitory. Tu the Editor of the Tribune: Having noticed the bold stand you have take in behalf of Temperance, I send yoa the foil-win hoping that it may serve as a warning to many no thoughtless young men : . When I was fifteen years of age, I left my pi Tents and home to earn my own livelihood. Icon menced as boy of nil work in a large commiasio store in N?w-Vork, and from that station rose t that of nrst salesman. At the age of twe?ty-tw year? I vras receiving one thousand dollars salar Of this I sen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 March 1843

??es'i 4iHE BEW-YOJIK TRIBUNE is pcsLisREO Errar Moawinc, it 180 UfaUBu-st., (opposite the City Hall,) nexo-York, "" Ii?? ?ieliv?red ua City SuUtcribers for I?ne Cents per week. I ?* ?jajie copie* Two Cents Mail Salocribers, $5 per ,-*? ? _?a*n. in advance ; and the paper in no case continued 1-J.f teToodtfee time for which it is paid. Subscriptions *.| &_forS_M???*?? teem* or AOTsa-risrifo: ?KN lines or less, (over six,) first insmi-tn.... ?o Cent*. ? *? for each subsequent insertion...... 25 ?? ? ? ?or six insertions, or one week.$1 50 " a u for twenty-five in?ertions.......... 5 00 ?* ?T L_er Advertisement? ai equally favorable rates. ? * asr-riapes, Re?gions and i- nncral Notices, not exceeding ' m lines. 25 cents. n? THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a verv large paper, jThe Coantry, is pub?sbed every Saturday morning, at ta, ! ? lew price of $2 per anrmm, in advance. ItHE TRIBUNE. ?Tfig Democratic Review. April, 18?. J.fc H. G.Lantr ley,5" Cbatham-sir?te"-. A ver}' ?a?r portrait of O. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 March 1843

THE TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORiNlNG. MARCH 31, 1843. FOR PRESIDJUIT, HENRY CLAY, or KB*?TOCKY. _ ET The ?emoerntic Wfcig Electora ei the City and County of New-York, who are in favor of RETRENCHMENT AND REFORM In tbe expenses of ibe City, and who wish lo encourage and promote the system of ECONOMY so succeufully began -by tbe presCTi Common Council, are reqaestcd to meet at Natio-ml Hall, in Canal-street, East of Broadway, on Tuesday eveniog nex?, April 4 h, at ?i o'clock, to receive the Report of tbe Convention appointed to nominate a Whig Candidate for tbe office of MAYOR. By order ol the Convention- _?.? ... . J. PHILLIPS PH?NIX^Cbairman. Edwabd MiMTim!*, ) \ . J. H. Hobakt Haws, > Secretaries. Dan'l M. FftYE. ) __ Bk * 4l Whi O? lb ^By order.'-??D1SON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. CHABtE? K. TajLoa, ? Sccre,ar?e-. . JAytes B. bWAIN, ) ?">? ?CrFor an Retract from O'ConnelPs new work, ' A Memoir on Ireland, ftathc and Saxon.' and a Poem, ?.ee Last Page. O" For a Aoit?-** of The Democratic Re...

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