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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 March 1843

MONEY MARKET. at .he ?S-O-ls exchange Itlarch 30. ., .r. -__ I/V1 I ",. .?,-_ lin.!.-.. ?' 12 7s, 1849 -opg 104 ^..AS4M.0Pt 1?H 5 sbr? Hnilcm R.16) " do. 16. do Stoningtoo R.?.lO IB. do.b6-d 19 do N Jersey R.67 do.67J do Canton Co.191 ^*__~-S S ?"?'?.*-_ Si SECOND BOA?. rtHo_'-R.---W,5?1 2** !$1,000 Ohio 6?, 1866 ..b3d 69. ;^*ft-ui?*g??**sl0d ]8^i j! ri)ntmercinl Exchange Ainocm.iois. ?p ?16*. 1-&2,bi?d lf*7i?S2,000 Kentucky 65..slOd 84* 't ?o..im* 1?0ft0 ??<>.?? 1000 do.w3d 83 5 shrs N Y Life _ T 12m 64 50 do Hart.? R.16_ ?0 do.bt?Od 16?. 4?) do L Id Rr _.. .?_0d 48} 1C0 do.cash ?:>?.. 25 doStonington-.blOd )??' 75 do. 18} 50 M in -10 23 8w_-t"C-8? .6459j ' li;i ?D ??? _!__<-_ isKO.-blOd 69 blOd 6S' ?0. do..?69 35??Z&Z ?-_ S? do.cash 68. ?? Jo-.Wd 69 g do.bl5d 25 do.sl?d 6**_ ??L ?o.nw fi8$ ,'sts do.Monday 63? '?0 -i-iocky 6s.84, do Paterson R.43$ do.b3aid 44 do Fatrm L_T.sl2m 12 do..12m 1I' doCamou Co..5t5d !_*_ SECOND BOARD. Ohio 6s, 1860..btw 69 .f2,0f_ Ohio ...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 March 1843

Tric-itcd for Tbe Ti _!ije j>*{cst_Sorroto. raoM THK raL-MCH vr a. ne __m_rt_-* Wks-tC the blue tillows of SoreeJ*-*- Sea Break On Uie sonneting -h?re, tbe Pilgrim'? -tt? Oil wander near an unregarded ?tone. 'Tis In tbe ?badow of tbe orange tree, Beside the path, beneath the fragrant hedge. Tbe wilti-flowers bi?Ie a ?J?t-ry ?ame? A name responding Echo never knew.? Pe.-chaoce the peosrve stranger, paasing liser?, May t?o_eti:_e- feel tb' noWi?Jden tear steal do? When brasbiag the rank grass aside he read?, * She was bat jast sixteen :?*t is so.a to die.' Bal whither am I ?_rawn by ?rccnes tyerpa? ? Let lbe sea ninrmnr and the wind sigh on. Return, O melancholy iboagbts, ret am '. Tot notv 1 woald not weep, but dream once tau ' She was but juvt Sixteen.'? O sixteen years On brow more beauttfnl, bave never -born? ; And all lbe Icr.:re of ter *jBrobi_ chne Ne'er kindled eye mure paswoauly bngh.t. I see Her, sucha? TboD_bt upon ber Soul? Where nothing die*?haib stamped her living foi...

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

^NEW-YORK TRIBUNE * IS tt'BUSHEO EVTRT MORS*?.**C, si m flat**-'4-' (opposite the City Hall,) Hens-Fork, ,ai)e??<redt0 Ci? 5uh?:rib'-,r-i for .ffi-te Uentt per week. * gu?ele ?-P-J* Ta>? Ct7,?*' M**?? Subscribers, $.5 per j-jbb?, in advance ; am. the paper m no case contiuued WO?* ***$ Ufr,e ?" wbich '* ?*? ?***?*?- Snliecrip?oni. .ajaaforSuiMonil? (?iliar*.?"^1?** jTTHB vVKBKLY TRIBUNE, a verv laree nancr Jite Country, ?published every Sntord?y morninK,at ^jotr price of $2 per annum, in advance. ^HE_ TRIBUN E.~ Mr. Colton'a ??cctaire. lit. Colton's second Lectirre on the Indians of .North America, delivered at the University Chapel, oS Wednesday evening, was interesting aud in? active. He began with a recital of the obscure ijciuents, which history or tradition has preserved ?a Aboriginal life during the first century after the j (ji-covery of tho country. The career of tho Fivo Xitions in particular, after a felicitous sketch of tbeir character and government, was, can ted o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 April 1843

THE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MOKNUiG. APBIL I. ____'' ?- r ? ; ; -r -TO-2 PRJbSW&f?T, HENRY CLAY, Ol? K__rT->CaT-_ ~rr Tbe _>e_aoer_tic Whig I. lector?? ot the Cfty and Co_r_y ?>f New-York, who are in favor of RETRENCHMENT AND REFORM Jn tbe expea-V. cf the City, and who wish to encoorage nod prorrxxe the syxiea. of ECONOMY" so -ac-es?fally began by the pr?sent Commoa C-_-c_, are requested to meet at NATioxf-L Hal-, ?a Catral-.ireet, East of Bro*-?*7. ?> | T_e_day ev?t*__.g nest, April _h, at ?jcr'cto?, to receive the ?i-c-r. of tne Ck>cvent_03 eppointed to _c-___-te a Whig Caadidate for the office of MAYOR. By order ot _?e Conve-_K? J. PHI__-T_ PHCEN?X, C-r_h-i-_-__. JKdwi?d Mrjrrvst*-, }? J. H- Ho___t Haws, > ?Secret-rie Daj-'l M- F-Ve. 5 E3i 4t 27 f-enrr.-il -Onmitfe of Ormocra.ic Wh ig _'-?<__ 3 Tien, New York ? A ? pecial raeetirig of _b_? Com:?:i;ee wiil ly? hetd this (Friday) evening, March 31?, at balf pa?t 7 r/clock. By order. ADDISON DOCGHIT.RTY, Chairmao....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 April 1843

MONEY MARKET. *4aleit at th<> Slock Exchango TTIarch 3 i. 12ft?jOh?o6s,.i:i?O.69 ?$l,000 Kentucky 6s.85? TfiOO do.68f LOtfO do.buw 85? Jl,00t* do.......C3* I .HO d*>. .'?I960.6*J goou do. 6"? ?000 do.DW 68| 10,000 d?.69j oooo do.snw 68?; 851 2J0O0 do.ubi 2,000 do.b60d 'ib\ IC-sbrs Del. it Had.91 30 do Am Ex Bk. 63, 126 do.70 S7 do Farmer??- Trust. 14 .000 do.nw 631150 do Harlem R. 161 ?0 do.snw 63J 125 doStoningionK Ii?0 lei '?00 do.68i |-;-5 do. IB* *J*?? do.snw 68*1 25 do.?od loi SECOND BOARD. |i(0ft} Illinois, .;I70.22 | 75sbrs Stonintjton.. t>20d 19 Cdraraercial Exchange A??toctn.tion. $1,000 0 S 6.s, 1162.HJTljSl.OOe Ohio 6?, 1860. Mon 6?| lt'00 do.107 5.1100 do.SoOd 107 1,000 Ohio 6*. 186t? ..b3d 69 ?'..m;'i do.681 1.C40 do.ca.sh 68| 3,000 do.?ici c ., 4,0"0 ClO.63j 3000 do.68i 3.036 ?lo.nw 684 1,000 do.bSd 6?| &,m) do.68$ 3,f00 do.slOti &>i 4,000 do.681 3,000 Kentucky 6s..Mou 85 1.000 do.snw 84J J.OCO " do. 8?1 3,000 do.bl?d 85} 6,(*00Illinois6s, 1870 ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 April 1843

V_i_ ?? 111?.1?JIH ?!? IM" For the Weekly Tr-hcne Visions ef ttje ?ast. T?HrK twilight gently hogeri, ere the shades of evenm?; Kre ?4-koe? o'er tbe lao?Jscapc btr sabk castle throws ; When Sooihern br?ete? ?gihiy wa?i theirgende perlumeby, And ibe sweetly murmuring sue*??et *??>?J* Us **>J**Z 'T?s U?en1t~t Memo-y recalls bright v-ai'ns of tbe Pa?, Too dear, wo fair, too lovely, too beantifal to ??' ! see my own loved cotiagt home, where merry, gay and I so-rid in _fe-ssamoerbonrs,abap^,tlx)ngh?e?chiki; Each bod, aad leaf, and openlo?*fl-?w er, again I seem to see, And then tbe hed of viol?is beneath the old * Ira tree ; Tbe swee?y ?armoring streamlet? at?gb?y danced along, And breathing in iu winding cour*? ibc$-aeiody of song. ?Twas 'neatb ibat humble cottage roof that arr. I litped a prayer, A father'? and a mother's name 1 ?earned to whisper there, Twas there a Brother's l.p 5r?? breaibed AOVctioa'? ki;-d!y to?-*? . . And first a Sister's warm heart beat in union with my o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 April 1843

IE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS rt/BUSHED EVr_Y MORNING, ?t 160 f?asiau-st., (opposite the C'tfi* Hall,) Hew-York, _ . delivered to City Subscribers for f?ine Cents per week. ?Uncle copies Two Cents Mail Sub-Criberf, f5 p?r ?tnm-in. in adrance; and the paper in no cas?continu?-?' ?ryond toe time for wbich it Li paid. Sub-criptioi.i uken for ?six Monthc. TERMS OP ADVtSTISl?B : ?ff?*. ?Ines or bras, (over six,) fir*t inseni_n.... sn Centf. *? for each subsequent insertion...... 2.5 " ?< " for iir insertions, r.r one week.$1 no " 'a " for twenty-fire insertions. 5 on " L-,nf**;r Advertisements a? equ*) !-.- fare rabie rat?-. M.\rris?e_ Iteii??ious and Panera] Notices; not exceeding ftTe-a~*-.-?-cea-s. - THIS w E B K LY TRIE l, N R, a very large m per, - Country, is published every ?Saturday Btoriung. at the low price o| $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. _.i_era._- Notices. iplele Dcscripiive and Statistical Cmzktt-ER of i IS ?MTED States of America, with an Abstract of t.t-i Census anil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 April 1843

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING. APRIL 3, 1343. FOR PR&SID?HT, HENRY CLAY, or eewTccav TT The Oeiaocratic Whig Electora ol the City and Coani*/ of New-York, ?b-j are in favor of RETRE.NCHME.NI* AND REFORM in the ezpeuttt of the Ci:y, and who wish to encourage and promote the system of ECONOMY so sncces?-_ly beguu by lb? present Common Council, are reqaoteU u> meet at Natiohal Hall, in Canal-street, Ea?i of Broadway, on Taetday evening next, April 4 h, at 7J o'clock, to receive the Report of the Convention *?ppoin:ed to nominate a Whig Candidate for the office of MAYOR. By order ol the ConrcHilon. j. PHILLIPS PIKE NIX, Chairman. Edward MixTun**, ) J. K. Hobart Haw?, > Secretaries. Da*'L M y?VE. ) ? _ m3I 4t TT Democratic Whig General Commit* tee.?A Meedng of this Commi?t*-e will be held on Toes day Evening, April 4, at the Broadway House at half past 7 o'clock. PHILIP HONE, Chairman. Epwaud E. CovVLgs, , Sec'* anes- a3 21 TT F"r A Letter from Cuba, Col. Zubriskie's Defence, Lit...

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

MONEY MARKET. gate* at the .?-.toeIt -.xchaBgn April 1. ?l,e0nUS6s, 1HG2.li'7 [95,000 K_nlucky t?-.b-Otl BS -,000 Stale7s, 18-19..opg 103? I 3,000 do. 84. 1,000 Ohio 6s, I860.6* l.noo do.s?Od 84. 5,000 do.67. SOCO do._S0d S4, 3500 do.67.j l.ooo ?Jo.suw 91 7,300 do.67*; 1.000 Indiana Bonds.... 21 2,000 do.G7?J 5shrsDel._tHad.91 J.OtO do.b60d 67.150 do L Id Rr'd.48} 1.000 Kentucky 6s.25\\ 5 do Slonington.19 _,000 ?Jo.a*> ? 50 do.sSed 18} ??,000 do.blOd &5 j SF.COKD BOARD. $1,000 Ohio 6s.bSd 67J | $4,000 Ohio is.C7? (oniimrci.i! Exchange .-.?txorinJxon. $2000 Ohio 6?, 1860.cash 67? $3,000 Kentucky 6?. ..nw 84? 3.000 do.blOd 63 I l,(X<.Ky6s.b 10.1 85 3,000 do.b'5d 61 1,000 do.s30d 841 4,000 do.t_d 67. 2,000 do.nw S4. 2,000 do._!51 6??i 3,040 do.bl5d 8i 3.0J0 do.c-ch 67j I i 1.1,000 Illinois 6?, 1870 .... 21 2,0)0 do.nw 67?; 1.0,0 da.*30J -t. 8.000 do.67.; 2000 do.bnw 224 1,000 do.b3d 67. ? l ,000 do.s!5d _"<! 1,000 do.slOd 67* 1,00? do.slid 67J 8,000 Kentucky 6i..s!0.l M 2....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 April 1843

From ?he Green Bay jEUrpot?caa. Xorthccn Zgiskonsan. I: is grat:f>ing to iearn that this portion o? W.'s k-insan i* attracting the attention it richiy merits. Heretof?jre, its advantages we lost sight of, in the general confusion created by speculating and deigning individual*, who are ever on the alert to decoy the emigrant from h's destined haven, by persuading him that he is boend to the froren re? gions of the North, or about sbut'ir-g himself up in exile; henceforth to be a c*?mi>anion fur the i-avage**, and reside with banished crimiotdfl " !.' "Neiwithitandhig these, while similar fal-e in finuations have been whi*percd in the ear of tie stranger, our pace conti?ocs?onwakd : and in endeavoring te obtain hardy pior.eers foi the set tlement of cur delightful portion of the Territory, we shall reaor? to no improper measure?, nor prc m_?:ate ?ny statements which cannot be fully sub? stantiated ; neither do we intcrd to deal in ?mion a:y or fanciful idea* for the purpose of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 April 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS ??UBI ISHEO EvrRY -0*-*<I!?G, At 160 f?assau-st., (opposite the Otfy Hall,) f?eos-York, Aud delivered w Ciiv ?u->_cril?er_ for f?ine Cents per week Single copies Two Cents. Mail Sabscribers, $5 per . annum, in advance ; and die paper in no ?*ase continued beyond the time !J>r which u ? p__. Sabscrip?orj taken for Six Monti-. T-RMS Of? ADVERT?S'!?-: TBN lin?*, or less, (over six,) nrst insert??-,_ SO Cents. ? " for each subs/.-rjaeiit iitsertioa.25 " ?? ? Gar _ir ??-ertioM, or One week.?'50 u '* ?' tor iu>r?itv-r?-e it-rrtions."5 00 " Longer Adveri-euients at ecually faverable rate Marriages, Religious and -?"unc-ral Notices, not exceeriine five lines. 2o cents. ID- THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, ts published every Saturday morning, at the low pr:r-eof>2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIB UNE. ___?Urai_> Xotices. Thk Sinless Child, ?md OrHF.a Poems Bv Elizabeth O-Kks Smi-t-i. Edited by John Reese. Wiley k Pui r.aci, New...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 April 1843

THE TRIBUNE^ TU?S1>..T ^OUMSO, APKIL 4, 1843 Jf OR P Re S WEIHT, HENI?Y CLAY, ?r a*j*-Tt??:aY 2_r Xi_e __?em-?eraltc Whig; Elector? ot tbe City __c C.o?_r!*y of New-York, ???-- are in :a**or of REr____^C_-MEN, AND REFORM ir. the espeasn ot the Cay, aod who wish to eoc.urase ?-ad j "promote ihe .ys-er- of ECONOMY so ?u_c?*-s.lu!lv begun ] -by the prescBl C.3_i_ C.__?icil. are request*- to meet at j N-tnoWaU. H_LL, ia Canal-?treet, East of Broadway, on ! Tuesday e**ealr.g ne_', April 4 h, at "Jo-lock,to receive ibe j j-t?port of tbe Convention appointed lo nomiuate! a Whig ! C__..aJa?: for _._ office of M A Y O R. By order o! ?he Coi.veation. J. PHILLIPS PH?NIX, Cbairman. E*.Wa?.D MisTCB?t, ) J. li. Hceakt Haw?, > secretaries. D__*?_, M Ffc'-t.. ? _ m31 ?it __r S>rai__ocratic Whig Oeut-ral Commit* tee.??_ Meeting p? ih.? Committee will be helo on Toes day ?*/?mirif:, April 4, at the Br_,dway House at half _5?__7_. 'clock. PHILIP HONE, Chairman. Jos?7?*-?*. P:-.5?oj-, _?,__,._...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 April 1843

NKW-YORK CATTLE MARKET-April 3. At Market ?PU Beeve*.; 50 Cows and Calves, and 250 Sheep. Prices.-Btr.r Cattle.?Owing to the Urge number of Cattle at market a fa.?er advance was obtained, and we quote $6 lo 7 50 as the prices ot retailing qualitif-s. Fifty unsold. Cows and Calves?AH at market lak?n at $16 a 25 lo $32 50. Qh?*E'.?All sold MS to^& Cit? ?ntdlirience. Mos day, April 3. Board of Aldermen.?The Board met at half-past 5 o'clock. The minutes of the last met ting were read and approved. Pktitioxs RtHRRED?Of C. W.'Frennan a?*! others, lo have Ibeoell arces, on the H.'?sof Justice ata?a:m-ol Ltrei. To have Spring street lighted with gas from Broadway to the Hudson river. Of Robert Wil?n fir compensation for injuries sustained by an embankror-nt gi-irg way. Of John Brber and others, to have a sur.ken lot between 7th and SUi Avenue* iilled. Of Si?mu*?l Packwood and others for a csurt 30 leet wide in 23;1 streri Of II. Mumy. for $33 fer longing to him. wrongfully p-?id into th...

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

S;??-.*-??? ?f iMr. -rerett s? England? Among the dUtingu'shed guests at the recen ?n.-.iversar)' of 'che British Geological Society, a Somerset Hou-e, in London, was ?Mr. Everett, tl American Minister, who occupied a scat at the le: of thechair, (B. Warburtoo presiding,) the Frene Ambassador occupying the right. Tnc Pr?sider iJok the proper occasion to compliment our R? prescn-tive, and remarked that " there is no Ni tion, as Geologists, we are bound more lo honor, i the person of its Minister, than th<* United State of North America. For no steps (continued he, more calculated to promote Geological search, ar? lo lead to important results in our science bav ever beer? taken by the Government of uay countr than have been taken by many of the States of liu great Confederation." He cuuid expatiate on th subject, but would devolve on his distinguishc* friend, Mr. Lyeil, who was ju?t returned from professional visit to America, " the agreeable dut of proposing Mr. Everett's health,?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 April 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is ruBLtsnao Evray MoRMntc, At ISO Ifastau-sL, (opposite the City Hall.) Ifea-Tork, And delivered to Ciiv Subscribers for JVt** Cents per week, ?inele copies Troo Cents Mail tsubscribers, %5 per annum, in advance; and ihe paper in do case continued beyond the Urne t-br which it U paid. Sabscripl?ts taken for Six Months. _.,??? . TK9M?or ivrEzrismo: TKN une? or lets,(over six,) first :nsvni?>n.... 80 Cent*. for-each sub--eque.it ?n-**-*?,,. 25 ?*? *? for ?_ insertions, or one week.$1 5(1 " " ' for twenty-five insertions. 5 00 ?* Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriafc-es, Reiigious and Funeral Notices, not exceexlir.s five lines, 25 cenis. TT THK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very lar*?? paper, for ike Country, is published every Sa farda*?- morning, at the low pnce of S3 per annum, in advance. ' 'THE TR???IJJNE. I-ichigan?'l rt.(*R- F inn ?ice-?Politic? -f?en ?Tom; fer next President. (The following ieuer front a weil informed Looo-Foco ?onrce, is from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 April 1843

THE TRIBUNE^. WEDNESDAY MORNING. -^??__JlJ^ ? FOR PRESWJCnT, HENRY CLAY, or UMTOCKT._ O" General Commit**? of Democratic Whig Yon%?% "Men, for 1343-A special meelmg ol this Committee, wiJ be held at tbe Broadway House, on FRIDAY EVENING, ibe 7tb of April, at half past 7 o'clock. By order, ?*"' ADDIMON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. Charles ^Taylor, )Secretar?es> Jam:-.-. B. bWi?, J of9 ?l _r For a Letter Jrom Michigan, Rroadacj by Willis, a letter on tbe Capital Punishment Debate, news Irom Hayti, ?kc i? see First Pase. TT For a Poem, Hacks and Cabs, acd an acconnt of a Terrible Fire, bee La ft Paffe. The Whig; Bally. A great gathering of the Whigs of our City was had at National Hall last evening, to hear the Re? port of tbe City Convention, and respond to the nomination of ROBERT SMITH for Mayor. There was not room in the Hall for half who came there, with the closest packing. (Why can't we have a larger one?) The meeting having been ?called tc order, the following officers were chosen: ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 April 1843

CURIOUS ORIGINAL WORK. TWO HCMDR.D ENGRAVINGS. THiC FIRST PHARAOH OF EGYFT. Epoch, about B. C. 2750. ANCIENT EGYPT, ?Qer ?-Honumtnts, ?_.iero2U?J)lcs an? ??Atorj. BY GEORGE R. GL'.DDON. LATR UNITED STATES CONSUL AT CAIRO. ** The publisher of the New World is happy lo announce thai be bas THIS DAY PUBLISHED, the above mentioned original and novel work in a double extra sheet, costaining nearly two hundred hieroglyphics and illustrations^ accurately copied from the aiOEumenis of Egypt, and engraved eipr??*_ly for this work. This book may well be considered n c-riosi/yinl-erafure, as it not merely contuns the only represealalioiis and trans lations of the once unintelligible symbols and writings of the ancient Egyptians ever published in the United States : but presents to ihe American reader, for the nominal price of 25 ?en?, a compendium of the entire discoveries of Chamtollion and others down to ihe present ?roe, wbirh is not elsewhere extant in tbe English language, and which could...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 April 1843

For The Trib ^?jiiant&to*)?. BT A06lIST??_?SOOCai?S. He who hath read the human 8oul, And laid its depths mysterious bare, Has seen how weak is Truth's control, When Soli"has reared an idol there 1 0, son!? there ?re which melt in tears, When bleeding Wo for succor cries ; And when grim Want its hands upreare, With joy the famished frame supplies ! Bnt ?where the lambs have made their fold Th?-H-olves are ever sure to stray ; And e'c-n by Virtue's side behold The form of Evil hunt its prey ! Search deep the human soul, and find How few escape high Truth's strong ban How weak within the sordid mind Is found tbe love of Man for Man ! Sslf-Love ! beneath whose baneful ?hade Envy and Pride and Hatred grow ! Here lies the secret spring displayed, Which steels the heart 'gainst others' wo The seul is hid beneath a veil ;? Unseen the darkness frowning there ; While shapes of evil, wan and pale, Are made angelic forms to wear. How pliant bends the varying face ! * How fitful beams the t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 April 1843

' THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is euBLisnr.D errar Monsnie, At 1?50 Has sou.st., (opposite the City Hall.) lVcv>Fat k. And delivered to Citv Suk?scrit?ers for Hine Cents per week. Single copies Tvoo Cents Mail Sub?rib?*?, %5 per annum, in advance; and the paper in no case continued beyond the time fer which it u paid. ?Sabscriptions taken for Six Months. TERMS Or ADVEET'SIKQ ; ?KN lines or lets,(over six,) first insuman..... ?90 Cents. u i<r each sobsequem in-w'rtio-1. 25 " *? ?" for six insertions, or one we*? .....$1 50 u % " M for twenty-five insertions....,. 5 00 ** Longer Advprtisement? at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Fanerai Notices, no: exceeding five lines. 23 cent? er THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very lar?re paper, for tbe Country, is published every Saturday morning, at tl?e low price of $2 per annum, in ad vane?. THE TRIBUNE. ?iteratn Notices. BSf We have received the first number of the uniform edition of ihe writings of ConsiZLlts Ma-thews', to be completed ...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 April 1843

THE TRI_T?N^___ THURSDAY:MORNING^ ?Wl^6> 1843. "FOR PR&SW?flT, HENRY CLAY, or iBimrcKT. TT Oemoernt?e WhfX YOUNG MEN RALLY? Tbe D. nrocratic Whig Young Men of the City and County ol New-York are requeited to ?>sembl?? at >ati??nal Hall, Canal street, oo Friday Evenim?. April 7. al 7* o'clock, to m?ndwihf nomination of ROBERT SMITH tor Mayor of the City and County of New York. Bv order of the Committee. ADDI?iON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. Cn?at.Es K. Taylor, ) o f?.. , JtMU B. Swain. S Secretaries. a6 2l - i_i - TT General Committee of Democratic Whig Yonig Itlec, for 1843.-A special meeting ol this Commhtre, wi.l be held at the Broadway House, on FRIDAY EVENING, ihe 7lh of April, at half past "7 o'clock. By order, ADD1SON DOUGHERTY, Cbainnan. Charles K. Taylor, ? Secrelaries. J James B- ?wajn, > ap5 at N. B. The hour of meeting is changed to C in c-jase queoce of the Geaeral Meeting. TT For Hotices of Mr. Maskat?s Works, Harpe?'* Shoks. jpeare, ?te, Col. l?cKenney's Lectur...

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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