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

THF NEW-YORK TRIBU? j? pnbl?*herl every morn int-*, at No. 30 .:.. f. N"''.?-Vfirk. and delivered tt? City Substrribei t IN F. CF.S'T pi-r eopy. Mail Subv-.rrber*?. S4 p?T an ,?-i,u-sn?-e, ami the paper in no case continued be the unie f;.r weich it is paid. Sub*-t*-riptiom. lake SJi Months. T?*rms *?rA?lv?-rti?'injf... .For ?-a?.h A<lv?^5???m?*T.tc TIN line? or lev. (ovt-r six) fi?-vt insertion. 5** C , ,,-,. (orra h ?ult-v-?qu??*nt ?n?*-n'u->u. 26 -i t'r.r SIX tn??-r.ion?<. or on?* wt-ek.....ftl50 ?in, for TWENTY-FIVE insert.?w. 5 00 Lonc'-r A<lvcrt:.\ni?-iitt. at **qually"favorable ratea. Marrirt?e?s Reli(ri.?as and Funeral Notlreg, not eicee f..- lino?, 25 ceuus. ' rr Tri?. WEEKLY TRIBUNE, ? very lar-*?* papei tli?. Country, is puouined every Saturday morning, a ? jw price of -52 per aaaum, in a.h-aiKe. Corr?^potidence&f ?-Le Trili? Letters from England.?No. Till. Dublin- Vit-.it?, to and Conversation* "IT O'Connell. LONDON, Feb. 1?, 1& I closed my lettei yes...

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

THE TRIBUNE. 1-K1DAY MQBMNG. MARCH 35, 134: T*T Adv?*riis<-r. will pleaie hand in tlieir advertisem en t*i,r.Monday's paper, before 9 o'clock thi?evening. XT, For an xnlerestint: fitter front EnglimJ aberut O Can nell.and an ort'irle on Association, see First Page. TT Fo-r Vtr/r. Sesoartts Message, lee Isitt Page. [CP Tin- Message of Governor Se.VABPj r*'" turning, witli objection.*"', th? Billpropo-s?hg to tnko the appointment of Bank Commissioners from tbe Governorand Sen-,;.-. and vest ?t in.'the Cegisia lature, will !? - found oii our ta*i Page. Wc ? ommend it in trie calm ,-..n-i?!?i"-iti"ii of every citizen. It- argument?* and views are ?mpi-egna }?;??: it? con?titutional position?" happily ami justly taken: un.l its guarded bin I.i?ci.1 exposure of the low party device b* which the Legislative majority have attempted t.. in?:iea_e iheir power and " spoils." i- rnosl caustic and convincing. It is an able and c 'ein dtjciiment, and will do ?f-ood. And yes -ami yei?we detesi ...

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

mrm ?? ? ? MONEY MARKET. ?sale? at lb? "??look Kxclmnse, .tjairch 25. ;?,....,.-I?.; \ Mil.... 7'?? 16 Farmer?' toan. 13 vi lio.s3'day.s -:. mo?L. Wand R..5H ?.. ?to.90 days 87 : 23 ll-ub-in It. 7j 25 .!<?.s? lyi 7 25 ,j0.s Si? ?lav? 7 10 B ante Of Com., ?crip.. ? ? l?V' do.*30da'v? 7? .v. do.s 3o day* ?l ? &*> Mohawk.'.. 48 l?i <i..2"' i 2-"? ?lo....s ni-xt week-171 50 do. 84J 2? <!o.43 5". ?if?.''A i 2*. do_s next week ?*7i K?l Mc-c. Baiik'ir A?.?... . ll > .Vi <!?->.?57". jr/i do..'.??da-.- lv Commercial mu? Tloney l?nti* r*. Friday, P. M. The ?al?--S atibe Broken Board were light to-day, an;! with a d?-?*nward ir-:??lenry. Delaware; k Hudson declln?*?" ;; Baiii. Commerce.; wrip. fell orT2 per rent : Farmen' Loan2 per ce.nLon.the last ?ale ? Harlem', and Lonj lAand . ; Mohawk a. The t.-ari?-?! : on ? Si ite Si ? !.- were limited, hot at firm . ??? New-York Six? soldat 81 for theopening. 4,n00 New-York fe v.l.. ft! 5,000 do. if*-? 1,000-N V .*".?? ?61. 71 ...

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

\ ? to of Ht- Bnnlt Coniniiwitionerfi _??H. MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERXOR. ExEi trrtvE <;.\M?r.R, March 2lth, 181 / .--.. ! :?? ??? I bave i.ad tii.d-r con*?ide>"atioii th< bill entitled ?? An a' : to -... .. .,.' appointing Bank Comm ???,.u?-r- and ? reduce the" numb?.*? thereof." tt prop???- 'h;.1 :i..- Commissioner?: ?hall herealt? be ap? pointed by th,- L??gW?i_re. Intbej^?*seutro*7?deofappoint? ment", the Gbvt*rn?*r nominate*" ihn.??- otficeis, the Senatead ?rlscs and ?pjpror?s ?*r ilijadlows, while tlie Assembly has voice. The prop-wd change woa!.I. th?-reir,re. n lieye th, F>- - .' Ola responsibility devolved i-.-?,n him by ex. .. :,. law f and iui?ment the official patronage of-botn Hoiiseyofthe legislature. Pr?2viou5l-i" tt. l$z! the appointing" power was chiefly visteo in a'Co*3"3cflof Appointment, which insisted of the C-ov ??rnor and one Senator from each DStrict^ appomted^T??e A??-rr.bl-. Th<- Gov? mnr had a voice in Ute QonncU : tn< ?Vssembly acted only i...

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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNL I? pnbl i'shed every morning, at No, 30 Ann .?'...i, N.-w-York, anil deliver?*?.! t?. City Sub*trib?ers-for ONK CENT p?ereopy. Mail Sub.?? rrbeits; $4 pvr annum, in ailvaoc?!*. and the p*p**r in no ?case continued beyond die nine m ???-?cl. it :? pai?L Suh:>c-nptions taken for ?3?I Months. TiTtns*f -?dvertii?ng? For ?-u? bAdv??-?rti.*?em?vnt<>f TEN h???'?or le?? (ov?t *u) first insertion. M Cenu do. fore? I? subsequent in?tr'.on. '2b ' do. for SIX inser,i?it>?, or on-week..fl 50 do. forTWENTY-FIVK insi-rrioo. 5 00 Longer A'lvertismen:. nt raually favorable rates. .Marri<?!?e>., Religion* and t unenil Notice*, not eireedlns* f,?e linfcsi 2'i renth. JCT Tha WKKKLY TRMif.NK.a v.-ry Uir*re p? per, for ?? t Country, i? puou?ned every SnturTkiy morning, m ibt low pnce of "W per amtntn, ill advance. THE TRIBUNE? Tin- Win* in Tex??.. .?? g.'i*-*.* on Saturday morning ?" ?'''*?fU;'''' ? most of til?- city papers a full account o? m?- inva? sion of Te>...

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

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING. MARCH 28, 1842. TfT For Gen. Arista'?. Proclamation to the People of Texeis, see First Pap. OCF We reluctantly postpone the concluding portion?frMr. Lyell's most interesting Lecture upon Coral Reefs'?the first part of which is upon our last pag?.?until to-morrow. The audiences which attend these valuable Lecture?. in?-r?--ase in numfer each eyemrig. The Course is now half completed._ 03* The first number of our Americas La BORER* a new Monthly publication, devoted who] lv to the eause of Protection to Home Industry. will be published on Wednesday. It is atTordo?! :n the lowest possible rutes, with a view to gene? ral circulation. Single copies 0 cents. (Kj* Phksioknt Tyler, it will he seen, has tratinmitted to Congress n Special Mes?ag?*, r?-; ctoinmendina; among many ?iijeestion?, which we heartily approve, a Repeal of th?* Distribution Law. We most. ardently hope that this sugges? tion will no: be carried into effect. Snrh a step, once taken, can never...

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

W--^r? - ?jVaHliJuKio'i .Hrt-Ial?? and BailgeH?Con ng a'correci liken'?????( the Fattier ol hisC??untry,suit? able tobe-worn by all Temperance Swell?-? in the First Great Anniversary of the Se.-ond D.-ciaranon of Imlepend .1-,-.. ib?- Glorien;? ?Gib ot March. May be had m anv ?i WHAITE'S .?Id e?i*?i.l.-i?e;i Engraving and r- " otfice, No. 5 C?nrtlandi ?t. m2S. Il" ;?T Temperance <LYi?-brntion, March 2*J?h,13-l? _'l be bue ?? .il l>e tonne?! on Hud vine, tree t, ihe right r*-?t ? n" on St. John's Park, at 9 o'clock. A. M., and m0v<* pre. '< ~. ,v hi 10 o'clock, down Hudson to Clratrtbf-rs, up Cham. r;?.iv at u? o noca, ?town iiu.wi.-i io ? immoers, np Cham ??-?-. to Broadway, down Broad-nay to Wall, down W*_ll m Pearl.np}Pearland Chatham to East Hroadwav, up East u_t.. -.v !t. ftnlnniliin thmntrli ?v.*?-,.I.... .,. u"....._ _ .. -nue to Foor tbe E.^UthA^e The line again will move up the Fifth A tcentb-street, tbrouirb **>.urteentb-.treei to the rog"?? '??"-' nne, ap Ei...

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

>;r. Lyell'i PsHfth Lecture en Gtolon" \?^-jrj"^f'. tor Th* Trii-j^ie.; ? .??_-?*- ?.'.-*>i.E-' -said that ;:: the i'-rucvur** o* - -.-: ?-?: the Esrsh we have a ^?ra; vurictj --' " is which ?Im dbtmcx strata may be expresse*, we ?*r-_-?-- them --j?!!;.-?if we take wide at a -.--..--.. ... d.vi-io:-*-?by the dirTer?.-:.'. man and - ? ?'. '?-- a* :'--.?-r. ?5*5 to etgfcl :.-. *.:. - f.r?.-*: ? ?? -. -i-.'. .:"-.- : r-r':- ." ?-".- O? -?r?__3? ..i-. ..- ?.-; they xr- ca.iec?ir? arrange*? t?-1 trie other in the ora"*" :*. which ".ryv arr :c*rrr No* that "hey are ln-vari??b.v* ail to be met ta place, "v.- .- ;? aot often that we nadaux?-ibas ?j: two. or tbr^e. of th?^ -:;_-, in --"?'? :-??".*??- far ?riet: o.' ? ??----- ';:?---?-'" --'" '?'*" '-T-'--^?? -'.??: Sod tiie-n -oranged in the order of rel* po?-ioo :r ?-??-..? h they are reprw^cted?each - -? rpon-dbg to the dnferen: peri : o? the Lar historv a: which i; was f??n_v-*d. So that liey 1 be ree_.r?ieii as *? :*r* -.- - . . "v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 March 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I - puh!t'?h*-*l ?*v??ry morninri, at No. 30 Ann ??r?-?-i, N'-w-Tork ^r.tl delivered to Oily **"ut.?enl??T? for j f'NF* ("FNTft'n;-)-. Mail S-??>?rr ?!?<?>-. S. p?-T a? tium. ;n a.lvftn. *-. ani! the pap*?r ?o no en??- continued beyond t.1.? tirti*- t'.r tveicti It is pa-^L Sobscrlptions ia???*n :'or . Six Month?. T*-mi? ef A'1v?-rti?iiii(_For ?tu b Adv<?riiseni?-Tito< TPN lines or le? (over sin) fir>*t ir>s*-rt;or>. 3? C'-nf? J ?!o. for ki h ?nh?cqoeot imfnioTi. ?5 ? ? .?n (or SIX in?*-nioti?, t,r r?ri?-\*/?-ek.?1 50 e-.'.n. fnrTv? F:NTY-FI\'? irtsetti?7mi. 5 oo l/)DJ*er Advffrtismenti at tfiually favoraiil?* rat?.-> Marrit-fce-, ReURious ami Funeral Noiices., ao*. eice?*?luii.' | t-?.- liiM-s, 2*> cerib. tT The W'BEKLT TRIBUNE, a v.-ry Urs*e paper, r,Jf ti,* Ooontry, is puouso?d every SattirUay morningT, ai d** ! Jo**' pOCv of $2 per aiwinn, in advance. TH? TRIBUNE i.CTjE.'s Lady's Book. Apr") ia*i Kinir ^ Co. ?M Broad? way. H. "t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 March 1842

THE_TRLBl?NJ^ "?PeSDAY MORNING- MARCH 2?>. 184^ *::S5b? .v"'i'? ?5 ? ^*r??c??,fi4m '?r"K"r' rfewtnx *?<fA' MSrM ? >"" '" *? mrrfr'* m *"?"* JVaM' ,? First Fuge. ry For the conclusion ?f Mr. LQclVl Lecture m Loral Reefs see Lost Page. ^_ try The Nominating Committee which met last evening !it -h*. Broadway Hum?", unanimously agreed upon J. PHILIPS PH?N.X of the First Ward, a.? the candidate of the Whig Party for Mayor at the ensuing election. We understand that this nomination will ho responded to by the Whig? of our city at a general meeting to I??' huid next week, of which due notice will l?e given. ? ? Connecticut. We tPi?t tin? Whig Freemen of Connecticut are fully aware that their Annual State Election takes plucc on .Monday next, and that on the result of that Election depends, not only the political cha ractci and Government of: the State for th?- ensu ing year, hut also tin? choice of.a L'mtki? States Senator in placcof Perry Smith, for six yeah? ensuing. If L?co-F?c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 March 1842

ET T?'Hip?*r?mce Olebration, Mar. h 29th,1842 ?Tl,e |in? ??.il 1??- formed on l!:i-!*?m-tr?-?-!, the right re?; ineon?St. John"vPark, at9 o'clock,-"'.A. M., and ?nove pre cist-lv ai IOo*cl?*?ck.-'Iowi lludsont?) Chambers, up Cb?n. !,.?? -.. Broadway, ?h?-.? r, Br..t '*.-.v :,. wd?. down Wall i?-, P?--?r!. ?p Pearl ai CI ??-.-? K:?-- Brnadwav, up Easi Broadway tn Columbia through ?Colombia 'r. Houston, Dp Houston to the Howery, up ihe Bow??ry to Fonrtli, throu-*h Foartb.lo t!??v *?Va?ibingioii Para'i?- Ground, where th?* line will :.inn a I ollow -?quare ??'??ii?! theihreejta?**es.t?ie ~ritirr '?: ti..- wjuare lo r,*- -.-??.rv.-d for t?.*- ?ad:?-s ORATIONS FROM EACH STAiiF The line again will move op the Fifth Avenue to Four? teen th-street7 tbrnogfa (""'"jr.i-erifh-str?-'-'. to th?- Eighth Ave? nue, up Eigh-h Avenue to Eieht?-?mh-?ir?"ej, through Eigb teenth-street U> Ninth-Avenue, to Hudsi->n-street, to Canai. Dp Canal :o Brrmilwny, riowr. Broadviay to the Park aad disnii-? I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 March 1842

Mr. ?yell's Fourth Lectnre en Geologf. ? Reported tor The Tribune.] - [Concluded.] Bui what causes die singular, ring-lik-* ?hup?- "t th?:?e i-jlands and why an* so many just on a level wi:h til?? sea ami neither higher nor lower ' 1 hese questions ?have boon asked ever ?iuro the peculiar formation and rainerai character of th<*?e island were ascertained. It was at first imagin?-d. and I unce maintained the opinion, that they were th** craters of sub-marine volcano*??, When ir wo? discovered that Flinders was wrong in supposing that they could be built at a gieat depth, in the cold and dark region? of the ocean, up from tin bottom, it ?a; natural to ?oppose that thry might have grown upon the tops of some submarine mountain?. But what mountains would give this shape to the corals? Or was it indispensable that they should be built in this peculiar form ? Now when Ehxekberg examined the corals of the R*-d Sea he found that ?om<* banks were ??juarr while others were ribbon-like s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 March 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I? p'uhl fshe?] evnry morning, at No. 30 Ann ?ix?-?"-!. .**>w-York.?nd delivered u? City Sub?eribers for ?'?NE CENT ptrftopy. Mail Sutivrrtiers, $4 ;?*?*- annum, m advanfe, ?\od die paper io no ex*- continued beyond the linae for weich it I? paid. Suf>wriptions inken for Six Monlhs. Tei-rn*- of A?lverti?iny ... .For ?-at h Adverti?einent of TEN liiic? or I**?.? ?ovej-?i-.) first insertion. SB C?*-nis. do. for ea b ?uii-?*?-qi><*-!it in-?*?*-!ion. 35 ' 7<io. for SIX inxt-riKiri?. or one w?-ek.$1 SO '.?io. CorTWENTY-FIVK insertiooa. 5 CO I^on-rer Advor?srnenU at equally favr>r-.t>|e rate.? Marrii?tr?**, Relfgiotu und i u?era! Notic?*s, not exc?-edinir five I?dks. 2b cents. TJ- Tbc WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a v?ry laxge paper, for 111* Country, w puoiun?*?! every Saturday nxrfuin*?;, at the low pnce of $2 per annum, in a.ivanc-*. THE TRIBUNE. A ?S S O C I A T 1 O X : Or, Principles of a True Oganization of Society. TT This Column fun been~Twrh,is'd *y ^?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 March 1842

THE TRIBUNE. WED.NKSDAY MORNING, MARCH 30. 1842. T7* For thk Foreign lNTet.ttoe-.ci* bv thi: Co i.i'mkia, SKE Last P?";k. 'j_j* Fon. an Account ot- thk Progress of Associa? tion, sr.r. First Page. "L/* Kos. Ni-.hs ?v this Morning's Southern Mai?., s*"*" Next Pa?ik. __ KJ* The first numbr-r of tbo Americas La? borer, devoted tu the causeot Protection toHome Inu.try, will be published and ready fur delivery to-morrow morning. This work will be published regularly on the first ?lay of each month, ami will be rendered complete in twelve numbers, and not continued further unl<*s. the circumstances of the country and the wishes of its patrons shall impera? tively require it. It will form a large and closely printed volume of 384 pages, (with title-page and index.) equal to four average duodecimo volumes. and will contain a mass of Historical and Statis? tical information bearing upon the cause of Ameri? can industry and Labor, which it would be rii?f? ?."iilt, if not impossible, to obt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 March 1842

BY THIS MORNINGS MAIL. From our Special Corre-poadent. Washington, March With painful anxiety I have watched the m ment*? of Congre*-? and the Executive for s w?seks pa*t, and am free to ?ay that at no pe of our history have I witnessed mo much ?cans alarm for tho honor and stability of ->ur ins tion?. Tho v.-or4 fears of tho patriots of the i olution are almost realized; and the predict: of tho distinguished framer-i of tho Constitu? are aJrendy tho recorded history of the ?and. political degradation and sobserviency of the An ?can Congre??, uuier the daring twurp&uonj the Administration!? of Gen. Jackson and Mr. " Buren. 1 fear have not beoo entirely rebuked the revolation of l?<10. The Executive grasp of the sword and the pui which wasI-legalized by trampling t,n th?.* Con tuticn and the rights oi the people of New .1er in 183?., is in no degree reltixcd by the conduct certain Whigs claiming for th?? President thepo*. and prerogative of originating n measure of nonce ov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 March 1842

LATER FROM EUROPE. We announced in a small part of our vest ??ni?''.; Edition the arrivai of the steamship Columbi Capt. Judkins, at Halifax, after a long and unu* ally boisterous passage. She left Liverpool on t *?th inst. On the Ifith. so violent had been I ?torms she encountered, that the intermedia -haft was broken an?l the engine? stopped. II -ails were hoisted, undvr which -?he continued h ??ourse iintii the 25th inst.. when the starboard e gines wer?' again put in motion, and ?he cam?* in Halifax. Her mail?, passengers, ?*??c. were broug to Boston by the Unicorn ?in Sunday evening. The Columbia i* to remain at Halifax for repai until the 2d of April. Th?- packet ship United States. Capt. Dritte which sailed from this city on the aftern?on of tl 1 1th Februar)*, arrived at Liverpool on the 2?t in after one of tha quickest passages ever mad?;, ha ing occupied only 1*1 ?lay? from port to fort. Numerous lar*;?" meetings have been held in a the principal towns of Great Britain, on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 31 March 1842

THE NEW-YORK TR?BUNE I* pubir?h?*d evury rnorninir. at. N<>. 30 Ann street, New-York, and delivered to City Subscribers for ? i.VE CKNT p?-r copy. Mail Subscribes**, *?4 p??r annum, in advance,'and the paper in no case continued brryona i!:e lime r?>r ueic!. it is paid. Subscription? lak?rn for ?-ii Mtatl*. Tenus of Ad\enisinsr....?"or eaih A?!v?i*-*Li?cni?*iitoi TEN tines or le? (over ?:x) first insertion. 5i C'-nu? d?j. for?a h ?nib-iequenl msertioa. 'ja ' do. ut s-'lX insert;??iis. ?>r one week.$1 ht) do. forTWENTY-i'IVK insertion. ? 00 Longer Advertisroenu at ?-??ualiy favorable rates. Marriages Religious ?aid I anrral Notices, not exceeding h ve lili??*. 25 c?'iiIk Tjr The WK.KKLY TRIBUNE.'a very targe paper, Io?" tli?? Country, Li punii.vieti ?-v.-ry Salurd*?y morning, at the low price of $2 jier ariMuni, in advance. THE TRIBUNEr] ?* Home i,en?iuc." At the Regular Mcetingof the "Home League5' of the St;?t?. of .New York, bold ?*?*? this city on Wednesday evening, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 31 March 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 31, 1345. 7 . General iominittee of Df?iorrati?" "W'hiR Vohcie .-nen.-A reirnlar j^^^ar ?Committee will le- held at the Broadway Howe, pa rnaay Rvpninw tnril l.al3 o*cI?-)ck. Bv order. .-IrXANDr-.R W. BRADFORD, Chairman. Samuel D Jackson. > S?<.r,.tar-,.fc m31 ?>, CHARLES K. lA-il.n;.! (TJ3 Th.- first number of tbe American La? borer, devoted to the c?usoofProtectiontoHome | Industry, is published and ready for delivery this morning. This work will be published regularly on the first day of euch month, and will he ren? dered complete in twelve number?, and not con? tinued further uni?"?-* the ???rcurnsLWs of the country and the wishes of it? patrons sh-ili impera? tively require it. It will form a larir?- and closely printed voluTn.! of 384 p?iges, (with title-page and index.': equal to four average duodecimo volumes, and will contain a mass of Historical and Stati? ticiil information beari**;: upon the cause of Ameri? can Industry and L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 31 March 1842

TT Third IVnrd.?At a Regular Meetinc ofthe Ex? ecutive Committe? <A ihe D>-tri?.<-r.<t!< Whigs of.the Third Wb-.i, lieid at their hewd-quarters, 201 WaAhixir*ton-s*ret.*L r,n Wednesday .venu-, soin March,the following Pream? ble and Kesolationi ?v.-re adopted : Wl ?-re.1?. a document purporting lo be a plain stau ment of facts ?v?i? circuU'eii through this Wnrd ?.-.-???.; ..?_? -he im? portant primary El?*ciion, heht oh Monday the 7th ustant,"to : aoose ?otniriaiing Comniitlees for thcMiiyor?lt) and < aar 1er Tickets; and when-as a majority of?this Committee, feelinR ?iemse!v?es d?eply aggrieved by ?-a.?! ?uit? ?n'-n-.s, and apprehensive thai ihcir telJow-cillzens may construe th'eii continued silence into an acknowledgement of their truth. deeiH it tl.?*ir duiy to pronounce die;same, in all its material pari;? uUr?, tt? be a i;?-uo of falsehood?, roneocied -..- ihe sol? an?. express purj???- of forcing upon the Elaci? ?n -i tin* "Vard an individual ?15 Collector w...

Publication Title: New-York Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 31 March 1842

C?TY LNTELJ-IG?N'CE. Reported tor The New-York Tribun*?. -Tcssdav, March 29. U. fc'. DISTRICT COURT. Before Judge Betts. Several petition? p-?>???*<l to deoree. Objections were Sh-d to thai ot" jlenry D. HiiL Geor?"- J. Westcott was allowed !'? amend. , ? The petition of H?-nry Semthwirk ?ss referred t?. a Ooin rnissionerai P ughkeepsie forexamination a- to th?- facts allud.-d t.? .:i objections. In answer to one t.? the matters complained of; the oun stated that a Commissioner locat<--i in on?- par'. 0? the District had author:!;, to act officially lor any other portion, as c?.cuHistan<-". might require. .-semer M. Guldlogs was allowed to amend on payrneni ?i ro,l. Th?- Court remarked that where a ?cbedu.e was loo?>.iv ;iIi,j improperly ilrnwn up and objections on?. . th.- btirth?-n ot costs should fall Upon petitioner. !.. an,we-, to a petition by '.Mr-'Van $?*^??**!}r stated that an assignee should b?- appointed lor in?* lov-n i Poughkeep.ie in a few day?. SPECIAL ...

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