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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 May 1841

B Y H (> R A C E (ri R E E L E Y PKICE O^JE CENT. THE XEW-YOM TRIBUNE <y; be publiihed ?vcry norifpf, (Sundays excepted,) at N<>. 30 Ann-street, New-York. A:.! delivered to City Subseriberi foi One Cent per ? Mail Sub- rfliers, $1 per imuun in advance. TO THE ADVERTISING PUBLIC la't?e bopi> iif>eoiriiir ?> wide ?n.l treU(-ral Advertising patronage, tie f.t of our friend- ?ill be inserted tall further notice at the fol * lewiag reduced rale*, viz: TOR KACIt ADVF'.RTIkRVI ST Ol Xwelve) line* or less (ever first iuM'rtioe. 50 ct?. mo. for each sulnssouent insertion. 93 " I). for Hi at insertions, or oo<? week,.9t 50 ;>.. f ,| Twenty ?Are insertions, or one month,.?3 OO Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rate*. 'tm fot Five In?'-, half the above rate?; Two lines, one-fourth of these rat*?paydbla m .ill < ases in advance. ?l)c ^iink'crsiuics. TL.- ilxercises at tin? Tabernacle lastevening were of u r.. pleasing and interesting cliaracter. At an enrly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 May 1841

THE T RI B T X Ej NEW-YORK.\s\TFRD\i MORNING MAY EP The ErL-x.t ? > Ge.*. H iKSUOit, ddWercd last ??da: dw Broadway TaberaacJe by Rey. K. N- Kjrk. ran; be found on our fir,': page. It was repotted exprewly for The Tribune. a* nearly re rial im as the ?peak? r a extremc^ hurried manner af defrvcnr would dlqw. tCT Gov. SEWARD'i Message with regard to State Pri^ Lab.erw.ll be found in a*c4bercx4urnn. We commend it, ., consideration ?: a.i i:. a:.-. was . :. suggestions to ine close '?????" eeroed in nK-riiankaJ internets. A NATIONAL BANK. Pronunent among the e?H- under which the At ? People 'ore now suffering is the want of one uniform, rec ofrnired. ?table, convenient National Currency?n Currency ?f which a man may put a thousand dollars in hi- pocket book in anv portion of the Cnion, and have it count to him a thfiu-Jtnd dollar* in any othct section where \,c rhay wish to di?burc'- ii?a Currency which a merchant may obtain with? out sacrifice in exchanr?- foi that which he receive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 May 1841

CTitv? Intelligence. Reported far ihn S?-w-York Tribune. Col r.T of OiER ?VTJ TKWlWEltr?Before Judge Edwards and Aldermen Benson and Purdy. ' CVwev/ ?-ro H7ji".V. Trial for Muni -.?In this case the teswnony aauicJoaed a little after * o'clock ro.iTliursday night Wright "Hawks, Esq.. doe of the counsel for the accused, then summed ur^nrpart in ms;beV.alf. He was followed by James R. Wr..Eau , District Attorney, for the prosecution, who closed h:s summing up speech at 1 o'clock yesterday morn? ing. Ti:'- Court then adjourned. At half-pest D o'clock yester? day morning the Conn opened, and David Grahani, Esq. i otr. menced and concluded his sumtniiic up speech in behalf of the prisoner. He was followed Ly Willi* Hail. Esq., Attorney 'ien rr.il. wh? concluded the summing up of the casr a little before 2 o'clock. His Honor Judge Edwards tlien charged the jury, decidedly against the innocence of the prisoner, and at bait-past ^-o'clock thejury retired to their cltanibcr. At quarter before...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 May 1841

PALINODE_BT EDVPAKD E--r.705? 1?84\ As withereth the primrose by the river, As fadeth summer's sun from gli ling Fonatall -. A-s vanisketh the licht-blown bubble eres*. A* melteth ?now'unon tii? moMJ moeaiiawi ? 5? "-..-Its so vnuisiif-ui. to fades, so withers, The rose, the shine. "? 1 :':,.e.!"'" r Of praise. point., elory. joy. which short ??? ST? ' Vain praise. 'fair sweet nri..^.">. The withered primrose by the mc-rotnf rrver. The faded summer's isn bom weeping ro-aatai-.s, The li-mt-brown bubble eanished .or ever, 'Til* molten snow upon the mossy mountains, Are emblerns that the treasures w e urnay. Soon wlti:er. vanuh. fade, aud melt away. For as the snow whose Utwn diJ overspread ja* ambitious bills, which. r.a:.t-i:ke. did tltreat T? pierce the heaven with their aspirin* i-ea-i Naked and bare doth leave their cragcy seat . When as the bubble, which did empty fry, The dalliance of the undiscertting wind, On w'no?e cahu rolling waves i: .Ii i rely. H.tu shipwreck made, whe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 May 1841

V, Y H O R A C E <~ R E E L E V. PKJCC 0\E CENT. THE NEW-YORK TRIS?XE Will i>*- published ? t<? ry morning, Sundays excepted,) at N... :*> An---sr.-t. New-York. Aad d ??!??'? ml it> ?'ity Suisrn'w, i'..r Onr Oni per copy. M-..I Subscribers, $1 |><t aunuin in advance. TO THE ADVERTISING PUBLIC. Ir'in" hope .ifM-rBriMrf a wide isTi.l -eii-r..! Adv.-rti-iug patronage, the favors of our friends will Im- inserted kill f>ir-.h?r note - at the fol Issviag reduced rat.--, viz: for BACfl *0VERTTSE.H?>n Of Twelve fines or lew nversie .first -ertiou. 3D ct?. Do. -. ti subsequent insertion. ?-S " Do. for Six insertions, <>r one week.Si ??<> D,. for Tvs ent?-<i>'?? insertioos, or one ntootli.sy.s OO Longer Advertisementi at equally favorable rat.--. For Five I: h .If v'?-- above rat.-: Two liues, one-fourth of rhe?e rate?payable in all cases in advance. CHEAP AM) F:\SHIOXAIJLKrsOODS. REMOVAL. Zf;W<\V(i[J) ft >'<>. respectfully inform their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 May 1841

T If E T!l I B I N Ei NEW-YORK. MONDAY voRNIVJ. MAY IT" For City ln?elKi?<-n.r .re Aral pasc KT Our ^ition of Sa7-:r.!,y having bcene^uated by the r^erou. calls for Rev. Mr. Kirk'* on to. Halt ? ....... Wving rr.anv order- ^ispf** we have been coo ? . .1.. ? l;i-eo!ir-- ? :. ttif . r ;??. strained to repnat dial exceu ? . ,. c ... ?, ??,??;.!" the few errors which ku ??? of tins paper. carcfuJl; eorrecon0 b. en pointed out to us by attentive auditors at the Taberna? cle, and siippl^S *MWaI ParaSTa-'h*uhich "rr RePortcI wn- usable to ?rite out from his short-hand note- .:. season for our la-t. We may here -.v. that rnany who neri present have voluntarily borne testimony to tin- fidelity of our Re portcr to the spirit a- wsll as the letter of Mr. Kirk'- Eulo? gy- while from no quarter have we heard a dissi-ktinj voice. CCr" Tiit Editor of Tue TribIoXE returns hi- heart-:-;: thanks to the fri--' d- of this piij>?-r and the principles .t up hold- for the addition of over 1,000 sub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 May 1841

CoMUuerciol ??d Tlonn natter*. SeUrdti,. I1 V. A vrv lorrr amount o!' B 3 Rank -harr- wa- sold to d?y. and it Unproved . per cent Ilarlon Del A Hud took a jump of 21 per et Tn<- sale* of State Su? k- wer* n? follows : % 8,000 Indiana Ree?..j ' 1.000 do do.>li ?i.oeo do -i". ti -000 do tie,. W 3.000 do do. 55} l0.h?e do do.1> lOdays 56 LOGO do do.blOdays .'*} 1.000 Indiana Starling l!oud?.-3 days 57 There not tauch rhm*. in Domestic Exchange. W< quite . I>ou:<-tic i:xch?Mgca. r.nUd'Ipkia. 4 a 4; Charleston. 1; a I RkIhwi"-. .'-.a C Mobil-.In nlOj Savaaaab ??????.?? ? Cincinnati. '?>? .? D VUrlcan-. 7 ? 7;. Louisville.si * 9 Baltimore. 4}a 4- tugttsta.10 a 12 Th' Bow, ry Insurance Compau*, ha- dr. ] i-'.! a d:\ ideud of t--:, pet ci at. for the last fix month-. The Mutual Insurance Company ha* declared a semi-annual divi deadof Five per cent There i? no change in the Foreign Exchanges, and a fsixasaouni was t:dv?n to-day lor rcuiittanee by theateamer from Boston. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 May 1841

\z^m^^m^m^r~~?~?? From The ??-Yorker. S T AX Z A 5 I LOVE re muse away dies? evening hours. When wild thoughts over vaie and mountain roam. Uncurbed and free?now among leere-wreathed bovvers, Now to the fireside of my youth".. f?nd home. Vesper h:s lone watrh on aerial towers Has ?e-. ar,-: twinkles from NTght's temple clome Greet* eaah fond look from earth?shines in each tear Of the bright eye that t?vea so wander to ?i? sphere; , , , ? there was a Charm Snen hours were always f.ea. . About them, wi.eo in beybeodjs wildest thrill. Alone with Danger, linking arrn in an:.. i clambered ostau-crowned rocks, to reach die rill A t it-, pore fount, and with pulse beating warm. Drank frcsn if pebbly brink, and up the hiil Still hastened, till I readied its woodland height, Whence I could gaze o'er earth and starry heavens bright. The birds had ceased their whisperings of sang ; The breeze brought nothing but the murmuring play j Of meadow rivulets with their lily.throng. And wasting fragra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 May 1841

Diiff-F n>\r. CENT. IYEW-VOSK, TUESDAY ?IW l*. 18?. VOI.. I. so. ?$?>. Till. XEW-YOM TRIB?NE Will be published ?t >? rv morning. (Sundays excepted,) at No. 30 Ann-street, New-York. A:.I vcred ti City Subscribers fur One Cent per copy. Mad Subst ribers, ?l per annum in a.i-auce. TO THE ADVERTISING PUBLIC In'tfce k..j>e of securing a wide Mid general Advertising patronage, ti-favor. ..four friends will he inserted till f:irth?r notice at we fol? lowing reduced rate-, vi/.: roa f.ach ADrEaTtsEMEjrr or Thrive lines or less over six), first insertion. 5? C?a. Do. for each-subsequent insertion. ??? D., f.ir <*i x insertion*, or one week. . SI 50 Do for Ts?en?y-live insertions, or one month,.S.5 00 Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rate-. For Wire lines, half the abov< rates: Iwi; liaes, one-fourth of a tbe^> rat.-payable in all caaes in advaui oTe?P am) f:\SinO.\ablk mods. GERARD A KJLIJVCK, No. I?7 SpriiiK-nrrect. CTTOULD RESPECTFULLY crdl theatt< ation o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 May 1841

T Ii E T R I B I* N E. "nEW-YORK. TUESDAY MoRXLVR MAY is. 1841 - m irrivnl? n. ihr ) For Citr loiellis?"?? a,,H *r J4?i? !- ???? In?? , - trat . . Ifcal Mr. Inso* Ball is anuwrtzed to aci a paper i -? ' ' thisatai Arrival of the Ex-HonorabU Charit? F. MitchelL-lasi ?rvoni::- bewce? 5 and C o'clock, that iruiefarigoble and act ive officer erf our P??ce. Robert \V. Bowyer, arrived in this citv. with the Ex-Honorable Charles FAMitchell in custody, in irons. Governor Seward of this State, having been .:? plied to. respectfully addressed the authorities of Canada xequesting the delivery of the prisoner to th-^ ofiicer: those authorities having consented to his removal, Officer Bowyer on Sunday morning set out from Montreal, with IMitcheil in irons, and by dint of incessant traveling by steam, arrived with him hither yesterday afternoon, as above stated; Mitchell was take.-i into the Police Office in irons, and a: peared not only to be in excellent health ami spirits, but ex hibitud an ai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 May 1841

At Bo-ton. thr fdlowios ???? ?f Bt?* b*eB B?d? *' ,hafw Western Smlr?ad. pei '* 00 Fa-tern Railroad, 3j per ?<nl advance <C Boston and Worcester Railroad, fcj a -J per oeaf adv: ?J.-' do Vorth Banfe rrr '? du M*r< bant.' Hank. 2 p.-r . :eal adv: iSdo Tremool Baak, f"! per -hare; - do State Bank. S3GJ for ?t?? m do Fulton Bank. 10 cents per share; no do Rangor Commer? cial Ittt k,?'? ? ?i>> par -l;arr; .' Ju .St Cruix Bank, Maine, l? cut- jx-r share. At ??? Orlean?, Mar 8?Cotton?Tbc rales nrere 6200 bales; on nsaliues of middling fair and alt??.- hare been established a slight adtai:' ?: own s their -e.tr. ity. I.nemo..I classification?"t* '.' a pi; und 1" a lOij mid fair lOj a V'b fair II .: fully fair IP; good f:iir jg s Mh *ud tan- 13]: fan :y . rop?11. X Alabama and Tennessee 8 a 10!. .. ? Mola?es? Little > tiering, tin- s?m?vii bum: about over. .. . X<>t-a. ? o?TU<- market remains without any material change. The qnaatity actually oa sale i* estimated ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 May 1841

ARRIVALS AT THE PRftTIPiL HOTEL?. Reported for the Xew-York Trrbaae. ^r,"'!.:V?rUI AM ' , ?IT?* *,", vf C Cpham; > N Cr* .... Boaton; Dr J ? - key L it. ? jj^^? Hacket! DI; Dr T.rt, CSX; II I Seaman, LI: W " Bo,tOB C H--...I Ct . , _ A?RM,,v_JWl,ln,n..r...rr.J: IT M S.?kton I ;tfcware. J h r^r? V/'- ? : ?" - S !?::-. , ?vrim. DetrwtrJGtran v' 11 ?' ., . Im.MrSut.ierl.od.tV.-*.a: W .Wr... I h.I. Ctrr Hot kl.?J Parr m Rh ba.* <? " ' W * Bedford; II P Morgan, W; Z Der*? P' '? A R Swrfiw^ D. M Su.cl.ir, USX; - ? Garbo* ?^r??, *' 1 >N/ '"' oxmd. Albany; J< W^?ard.Troy; Ca] Bar: ?a -. ship G ....- 5 too; Gen Feu s '?>- CSA; R A IL.r i-:.: .N i ; s < oll, NJ. Howard's_C C Baseman, S?t l?ouw: S Resenmiller, York; J Par kiason, Pfeil; W Uoosho?, Dover; t AV 5 t - H . .?fcJ Hunter, Cs-i-i?ion D Westneid; 1 D Edson, Lne; II .'roh r Bmg fc^^TTltLaven. Vtj G Decker Mi b; il Butterfie H ud H |/.<aiith. du: T S Bly, A-r.uli.-: .\ Keith, Sheldoa: J vian Armen, Trov: K Taylor,Al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 May 1841

B Y H 0 R A C E Q R E E L E V. pltlt'E OIWE CENT. TUE .\E\V-V0RK TRISUNE VVii; be published every morning, (Sundays excepted.,) at No. tin Ana-street, New-York, Aal delivered to City Subscribers for One Oat per ? Mail Subscribers, * I per a.mum in nd\kt ce. TO THE ADVERTISING PeTBLIC. In'te- ?<v of securing a wide md general Advertising petronage, ta'ftv'r--. of our friends w ill be inserted nil further notice at the f?l ;?*ir.r reduced rat?-'*, viz: FOK each AOVERTlSF.MrNT OP Twelve line* or h.ver nitc), first insertioe. 3D ctn. Do. for euch subsequent insertion. 5??? " Do. for Mix insertions, or one week.Si ?><? D? for Tv*rnty-five insertions, or o:,e rooath,.S3 DO I.onifcr Advertisements at equally favorable rate-. For ?TiT* lines, half the above rates; 'J'v?'o lines", roe-fourth of ? uW ruf?payabl? in <?<?>- in advtuTce._ _ Tu i : t r i b r x MCW-YORK, V\ KDNF.SDAY MORNING. .HAY l:t. 1<>11. In the Supreme ( ourt .Tiesday, .May IS. CASE OF McLEOD. Tnerewas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 May 1841

not be : the order r^usT refer to someuune en.ireiy u.sum.> from the offence charged in the udicuneat, though what it i we are left tegness, as none is ?pecified. I am sore, there fore, that the Co- r: will say that the order is no: sufficiently definite. As to the expression " do any act necessary tor the protection of her Majesty's territories," iic the Court can not decide that the killing of Dtrrfec can be considered ' each nectary act; yet this is the offence tor which the Pr, . *oner :? to be tried. Before proceeding to the consideration of the third and main enquiry, I wish :o answer some of the ptopodnons ad- j var-ced bv the opposing counsel. And first, he says that ; ?whatever';,, subject does by order of his sovereign Ira cannot be personally held responsible tor. This, at best, i? true , scilv so far as his own sovereign is concerned. The princi? ple, moreover, has no application to the c?.s* of McLeod, be? cause it hn? Wen proved that he was a volunteer. Va;;ei *ayi ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 May 1841

MOiNEY MARKET. gal?*?l Ou -focU Kxrhnnsr, ?In>- I?. 75 sham USlto-k: this ?k [8 ?saare. Dd*VHirt:t?dj 98 j- .? ,i? . cH.h.. 1- 50 du <!<>.h tads r-' ! f Tb3d- I8J150 da XA Trust... 3d. lOj yn Z-cas* 18 25 .1- da. ...b uext wk lOj S d' Z?30.1s IT 50 do du. 15 da 103 ?? do do "'"'s.taia-k 174 25 do do.t 15ds 10, S j,.'" . .h?ids i- io-i do do.b?ods loi ?X do do.::. n: tsi .!.. d?. lo JL i?.cash H j 30 do Bank ofStateN Y. 50J 56 do do.blOds 18 125 da Mohawk R. Co 100 do do. IT! 1^" '1" HarlemR . 284. '3 do do. ni loo .io d?. 2?, ^ jn d*.cash 17?|250 do do._sCods g IS do do.? tlii? *k IT*' !1 do d<-. 29 do ?V?.?5d? IT*" .V? do do .b'dOds i-i 100 do do_next week 17j 100 do do..Cods C 2S do Del * Hod. 17- i r. do do. 28 rj. i0 do.????o d- 'J- ton StoniagtonRb60ds 35 jvj d? do.this week 963 50 do J.,..l>:id, 3lj 25 d? do._ 9?.J| 25 do do. 31 j 1P0 du do.' Msh 98j ' ""?ecorrd Itoo.nl. gTi-bsrs?. X A Trent b u <*k 10] I 25 shares V A Trii?l. 10 jjfl do do. 1" jl25 do Sto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 May 1841

From Ute New-York Uners ifl UVV. AND CRY AFTER A LOST DAMSEL. Hillcio' a lovely truant mini :? mi"irr f on her home; We araleh for her from dav to 'lav. and -he will rwt eome. Ti- St ?e -hould. through ail th. earth, our gnevou. lo-- rrcs-ia.m. And publish to rem-.te-t lan.;-. the rxnaol hansel's name. HaIW we moat describe the garb in ^^d%?& ~U Wk-ai last -he bleu*'d our longing f? >: J 'v V,'.':^ IW rabe wa. of the radiaat bow to a ha h :!.-cloud- f>???? When gentle -bower, have Anil isd the frerfilr l'r-':nI * ;r.'b be mih beam, wreathed arouad her brow a aiademso origbi, bar natura wore a dew v red f spare me gmaer ? MgM. raere'er she passed beneath her feel a tbou'-ud flowers sprang, a* a. her v., ... reapoaai? |.. the bird* their matins mng be ?wd-dtwe, aoed ?.. r la aurenote, the a bupering water- place? aebslmva.rbrc ???? : ..-ne r:U-:he wiBter wir.-!, were stayed. Taas aua^HiauaJ wreathed around berbrow a diajjem<? bright, Tbar nature wore , dewy veil f -pare t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 May 1841

B Y if O R A C E ??* R E E L E V. " I deeire yon to andcrMUUid the true principle* oftlir OorerniiMint. I wi?h them carried oat?I ru.lt nothing mo-re."-Hai ? y. 0 F F I C E N 0. 3 W A .\ N - > T . PRICE ONE CENT. NEW-YORK, THURSDAY. MAY 20, 1841. VOL. I. SO. .'?? Tili". NEW-YOM TRIBUNE Wilt be published ?eery morni'ng, (Sundaya excepted.) at No. :u> Ann-street, New-York, An?! delivered to City Subscribers for One (Vnt per copy. Mad Subscribers, ?1 per asnutn in advance. TO THE ADVERTISING PUBLIC. In'th" hope ofse< >??,..? -. wide .Kid general Advertising patron ige tar fcvor? of our friend*! iS be inserted td! further notice at the lowing reduced rate-, vise: Foa rACit ADVCftXisEXEttT or I Twelve Goes or lesi ??? - -?. , first insertion. r!?. Da. for each subsequent insertion. 'Z -> Do. Cor Hjx iasei on, nr one we. k.St .>(> Do. for T? rul?-lsv<' insertions, or one month,.>?> OO Longer Advt rtiscments at equally favorable rat.-. For Vive line*, half the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 May 1841

T 11 E T R I B ?Nj NEW-YORK. Till U>DAY MORNING, MAV 20, ! For Citj InteHiscaee and Arrival* al tb, Ilot<-l? m? InM pisyr. Theatres r*. Culrchrs.-Wc haw sought no :ontro rersy with Tbcures, hut our respectful answer to an carnesi iaquirv whv w? dtd not advertise Theatrical performances has brou-rht ?Jown upon us the attacks of a large portiasi o! ! the press enlisted in tin-ir support. These we have hitherto allowed to pass unnoticed: hut then- is an Editorial ... yes? terday's Sun ?Weh ?utrnges the feelings of the Christiai public in a manner too gro.s to be patiently borne That article is ostensibly aimed at the managers ofth House of Refuge for Juvenile Delinquents; at whose in? stance the Chancellor of the State interdicted furtl erper formaiices in the Bowery Theatre until the annual Iii I n tiiat establishment, now due, shall be pnid. This proceed? ing?strictly authorized and required by -. lav ol the Stat? is made the pretext of nearly half a column of vituperation in T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 May 1841

MARINE L?ST. PORT OF NEW-YORK. MAY 20, l-ll ?- .....4 4" ! moon sets. ................set-. ? son *:'. 7 H high water..8 10 ? ~? i., rrsT ao*ii > v ?? ifcerpotA; April? I ? 1!"lir' -'.April I v Orieans, May U. clearco. ship. Southport, Herbert, Charleston : Eli Whitney, Harding. Sn *2fc\i~Ed. Th .in Anderson, Quebec ; II. Wen, Nelson, Charle ton. I g.rk bio Olicg, North Europe. griji Impal??, Williams, St. John?; I ncas, It usselL Boston ; Mon .^rjorgcs?,Apalachicsla; John,Coombs, Baits,1 Alfred Hammond, - v--..*.*, Boston. { . Koam, Oakley, Curncoa; Constant, iiernuoa, Astigua : Tip faaet,Zedeu, Belfast; Page, Mitchenson,. Boston t Naiad, Losing, !T yQ 'Charle-, Rich, Wilmington; Majestic, Curtis, Prospect; II. ? 5fKiat, Daly, Philadelphia. - arrived. Packet-ship Oxford, Rathbone, from Liverpool 21st April, radz, to r i| Marshall ... d i...^.i-.^.- a Ca Pi,.!..''.?lop Rochester, Woodhoitsc, from Liverpool 14th April. ?ate,Woodhull A Miuturo. Ptcket-sliip Shakspearc, Miner, from ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 May 1841

From th<- Catholic Ejpt-rfT THY CO C N T Et 5f|310 TJB.N < T ii E E Written for the Htb of, Mj; -In ron>",iieBte of tVe ?t?atb of P|eaid?at Harrieoa. hi CHARLES c;;.W..STI5X TISt, D- D. E TUT count- mourns t-WeTbrave and honored sh?^> Her .?ni and daughters decke ! m mournful w.eatos, Their last sad homage to thy worth hare And Peace her rcjaierr. o'er thy ashes ti.eaj.. ? Thy early deed* emblaior.eJ on the page Ofgrafcrful Hist'ry shine with peerfeea .:g.::. from'that immortal'epc-h. wa.-:i we -nf' Of Vernon called :bee to tae eany Sgnt. A re nrdies* boy?thy band, with P^P^ Wielded the sword a;*" die tie.d of blood While round thee myriads -a "re seen to gasp, Heaven s-nat*hed thee fro::, there for thy country s g'?i. - jj,v ,w(,rd flashed brightly on the hanks of Tr.a;.-': ?' The foeman dazzled tied before its blaze ; Aad thoupb our annals boast of otl er ?? es Thine glows conspicuous with thy ountry's praise Calmly anionf; the solitary shad* ? Of broad Ohio, when the ...

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