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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE U .-.nh!i'?befj every morr.ui?, at No. 30 Ann rtlWt, New-York, an?! delivered i?. City Si?i.^ril>ers for ONE CK.N'T p< r?i?ipy. Mail Sub-jerHiers, S-? p?r annum, ?n advance, and the p??pcr it? iki ease continued beyond ; the time for weich it i> paid. Subscription?? taken for , gj. Mor.iii?. Terms ?>)" Advertising ? For ?"Ct.h .i'!Terus.**m?-?it oi ???(.-?V ??????or 1rs? fr.\er ?.\) first Insertion. W Ctin?. \ r\,l' fores h sulrfqiir-n insertion. ?s ?it*. for SIX itisi-rt.'oii?. oi-one week.}l .'/' ,1.-? for TWENTY-FU K ?ix-rtions. 5 Wi I-snei-r Advurtismenb at equally favorable rate??. Marriage?, Religious and Funeral Nonces, not exceeding hy'rlimts, ?'?cetil?. _ ; JZE E T R WI N J_F~ ! The Floweu Bas-hut : A Tale ior Youth: From the C-r roan of Schmtd: Tran?lat?-?l by R?v. T. J. Sawyer, i (I vol. 13 mo. pp. 170 ) p. Prie-, ?.???_ Fulmn .?trt-ei. Wc have seldom read a story in which Religion and Virtu?* wer?? *.o winning.*, inculcated and Vice j ?o ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 April 1842

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 1. 1842. ?T fl.? u? i nl Committee of Dem?Kratic Whi? Yonnx ^Ien.-A regalar mcwingol the: above ?'oni.nitie.- will t"- bei.l at tie- Broadway Houv-, on Friday Evenin-, April 1, at ?. o'rlock. By order. ALEXANDER *?*?' BRAX>FORD,Ch?unnai?. Sam; va. D. JaCKSON, ) swr,.t!iries. in3? o? CiiaRI.Ks tv. Taylor. < ^ "" ! --Public ?V??ice.-Tbe DemocraticwbiS^ie^" of the City and County are request?-.! ?o at?eadJt^ Hee?ni: to' be held at National Hau. Can*d-?Ueei,on 1u c ? DAx EVENING, April 5th, at 7' o'clock, to receive ihr Keport of the County Convention, appo'"-'"'1 lo s,-l..ct a can? didate for Mayor. By order of the Demc-ra?c NVlug Mayoralty Convention. PBTER S- TITUS, Gbairman. Thomas Ml Ei.rath, ?> <(.cr, ?.ari?.-. Joseph R. Taylor. 5 i Alt the Whig papers m the C tty sail please to publish this notice tdl Tuesday._ *?? ?j ,* For Litkkarv N'otilks AND an ARTICLE ON At tiuctivk Industry, ski: First Pack. rj_r For OlIK Kl.l'ORT OF PROF. LYE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 April 1842

BY THIS MORNINGS MAIL. ?Keci*ii Correspondence of the Tribune. Washington, March The question of the repeal ??r suspension <? Distribution Act is effectually decided bv the l!!i.-i-!l! VOteS Of both III?;-os tO-daV, wllih gaged upon ti:.- Loan Bill and Mr. Clay's 1 luiinti?. The vote upon Mr. Rives's amend to Mr. C.'s resolution, which involved the sin sion of the Distribution^ was ','1 Aves, -'- N five Whigs and two i ocos being absent: anil oi the linn?'" iimi.'i Mr. \\ i?v:".- nine?dm'enl l? Loan Bill resulted i:i a majority of '27 ar;;ii:i?i pioposition. What may bo the efTect of this termination on tii" part of Congress remains : seen. There is much anxiety analdoubtenleti cd by our ft ioinl? ii.? regard to the ??sueof the <j. measures ; ? be prop '-''I by the Committed Ways and M""!i!!s and of Manufacture?}: I?. ?< no means certain that the i.'.iu. Bill will now bee h law After ihr reject!? :i r?f Mr. Wi k'? am. meni touching the proceeds of the Public Lai Mr. FiiXMOK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 April 1842

Mr. Ljrcl?s Fifth Lecture en Geology. fRe[>Art?-il for Tb? Tribune.] ORIGIN OF COAL. In ?peaking of the different strata of winch t:. Earth's crust ?m composed?th??*-?.' at least wliion contain organic remain.??I spoke of Uiem ?:- ? many volumes of Hi?t(iry?as so many monu? ments of the ancient states of th?* glob? : and ? their different structure.? a- being so many ?- '-' uf these volumes. A? that 1 cao do in this shoi ? ourse of lectures is to take down at random, nr one and thon another of these volumes and en deavor not to give you any idea of th?* contents I the whole but just to express something of th method employed in the attempt t0 Atseyphej. the ? tii'-i.-nt memorials of the Earth's History. Noy the volume which I intend to take down to-night i that which we term the Coal formation; and ; shall ???eak of it only so far a- to show the rela? tif position, and the statcof the different peri? ! when they were deposited beneath the water? .\'.i\v when I K-rto this formatio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 April 1842

V]]p NTw-YOiW TRIBUNE ?. ? .-.'.: .-: ?'?' ever*, morning, at No. 30 Ann ' ? .... v. ?? -York, ????<?? ?-? iivt re I ;?? City Sub-criber? for ,.\y i '?: NT ... r ?;?-.-. .'.id! Sub?, rib. rs, ?-I per atmiim. ?-? - t. ?i no cas*** continue?! beyond '?'., .i., vi \v*j"?.*h :'. :? pa"?L Subscription? tak?*n ?or a? '?:?. ?'???? ?t ,. !,.?:? _*.'-,f .-.i. h A.|veri??coi?-:itot TK.N :?."??? '"-ie>? (..??!? fix'? tirsl insertion. *>t Cent?. ,.,, im- e.t h ?'ii.?--r;'.i?-?it insertion. 25 ' .., ..>??* *-ix in-, riicii?. or <?ne wet 1,.i'l of -../'??wp'.N'j Y-KrVK insertions..;.. 5 oo 1 ..i,,-.t Advi-n-.?ua"i.i> at equally favorable ratek. Marriage??; I?? [igloos and Funeral Notices, not exceeding fire hn*?. 25 cent?, r The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for ?he-Cos nirv. is puannncd every Saturday n>orring, at '.he [ ow price of $2 per annum, in advaiKe. T H ? T R1B U N E. The Daughters of England, their Portion in Society. Charactered Responsibilities: By Mr?. Kll...

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

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING. -APRIL 2. 1842. IT Advertisers will plea*?*; band in their ailverttv-meiit?, for Monday's pajx*r, before 9 o'clock this evening. D" Public "Votice.?The Democratic Whig Klector? of the City and County are r??quested to attend a Ma.?. Meeting to be hehl at National Wall. Canal-strett.on TUES? DAY EVENING, April 5th, at 7* o'clock, to receive the Repon of the County Convention, appointed to .'?elect a can? didate for Mayor. Bv order of the Democratic Whig Mayoralty Convention. PETER S- TITUS, Chairman. Joskfh R. Taylor, P?^?"'" CUT We publish in another column, from the National In?dligenc?*r of yesterday, the Speech of Hknry Clay on leaving that seat in the Senate which for so many years he has filled with such un?*?jualled honor, arid in which he ha? acquired unfading-renown. Jt will 1??' read with deep in T-?re?.t bv every citi/en who has respect for splendid genius, clear-sighted statesmanship anil a noble, generous devotion to the weal ofthe Union. ?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 April 1842

Death of Adams,the Murderer ?On Ihui? oav night, about If) o'clock, James Adams, con? fined in the City Prison forthc murder of his wife, expired iti in? cell after a few ?lays illness of typhus fever. 11** was regularly attended bv Dr. Tonnelier, tin* physician of the -prison, and also visited by Dr. Archer, th?* C'>ron?-r ". appeared to miter great mental and physical prostration, and refused to ??at the nutritious food provided bv ?irder of his physician. No inquest was held on the body and lie was interred bv virtue of the wonted certiGcate, certified by thr Coroner. This unhappy man 1ms thus .-soaped a trinl before un earthly tribunal; and ?otn* to appear before the bur ol a Judge from whose sentence there is no appeal. ? ? __.?- ? Fire and Death.?On Thursday a fire broke out in a carpenter's shop owned by Ellis and Longstreet, near a schoolhouse in Philadelphia. The smoke rolle?! into the school loom and caused so great a j-anie that th?? two hundred children rushed down st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 April 1842

i'r. Lveil's Pifth Lecture en Geology. [Reported tor The Tribune.] ORIGIN OF COAL. _ Conclude? Under every .-?niti of ?oajlin Wale? i? found I tire clay?'i sandy. blue tnud; abounding in : niants called Stigmaria. Firsi i? the seam t'-o;tl. then the fire clay, then another seam of cfi ,u..1 then the ?und ?ton??. In onepartof the Nc castle coiil field about 'Vd species of Sigill?i were discovered : the trunk- weretwoor threcf? in diameter. They pier?;?? through the "?and in vertical direction, and after g*o?h_,fo'r some 11 h perpendicularly; the upper part bends round hn zontally, and extends laterally into thesanu, a tuen they are ?o flattened by th?? siiporincumbc ?trata, thai the opposite barks are forced witl h?l? an Inch of each other. The fluting* are hen ?fully pres-en-edin the flattened horizontal sren Here we had an ancient forest growing in :. bed clav?baried in some way with ?ami to a renn depth) an?! then the upper pari un? i.t-nt r.e broken off by the water current, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 April 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIB?NE I i? n'oblfthe?**. every morninj:, at N?i. 30 Ann | rfrVrt, New-York, and delivered to City .-suli-rrilie?-** for ONE CENT r>er?*opy. Mail Subscriber-?, $4 per annum, in ??l'vanre. an?i tin' pap*r in no c?\x? continued b*?yona the time fbr weich it is paid. Subscriptions ink en for g*i Monllts. Terms nf Ailvertising.... For eat.b A(lv?j-rtis<*ui't*nt r>f TFN hue* or ??"??"* (oyet six) first insertion. 50 Cen??. fin. for?a h ?ul-^rqijrfsnt insertion. 25 * j. ??ir SIN insenion-i, or one week.$1 50 da forTWENTYsFIVE ?nwrtions. 5 00 Longer Adverti.n'i**nl$ at equally faviurahle mt?es. Jlarnag?**?, Religious ami Funeral Notice*., not exceeding flTe ?in?*, 25 cea?*. rj The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, fbr ill? Country, is puoiiMie?! every Saturday morning, at Ibe I 'w pnce of $2 per annum, in advance. ^THE T It1BU\SE.__2 ?Dictionary of ah thi-: Princifai. N??mi:s and Terms rkla+1ng to thk g i go r.i i" hy. htst^rt, lttbratorb /??D .MtTHOlOKV Of A.VTIQV...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 April 1842

THE TRIBUNE.._ ~MONHA? MOILNING. APRIL 4, 1342. ? ?' Pnblic Xol'ec?The iSei.iocnriic'VVhi.s: Electors ot the City and County are requested to attend a Mass Mf-eting to beheld at National Halt. Cani?-Mreet,on TUES? DAY EVENING, April 5th, at "j o'clock, to receive Uie j Report of the- County Convention, appointed to v*lcct a ?*en tlida'.e for Mayor. By ordor of the Democratic Whig Mayoralty Convention. PRTER S. TITUS. Chairman. Thomas McE?lrath. > ??..,.,.-,,?,;,.? Joseph it. Taylor. - ^ " .* *V?tioanlIIo?ir. ltaila?try?onT?5**n"tion.? The Delegates appointed from the city of Now.York to tlie Nation.?! Home Industry Convention. Arid those from other places who may he i_ ihe city, ?ire requested to meet at the Repo*Utiiy of the America*." Institute this (Monday) even :w?*":at7 o'clock. ? f?H attendance is desirable. The Con? vention v. iii assenildc On Tuesday morning, at 11 o'clock,at lhe Broadway Tab*.???-!?*. The citizens of Sew York are j invited to attend, its deliberation.?. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 April 1842

I 03s Tli- Brittannia for Boston leaves Ltverpuoi ?XT G?pt: '\';>oow:.r.l aiut *\ XL bi.*-]ing,wliil?: r-Jr:.-** inn sv.il bot t fron. Ashtabyla, >j-, :oi?m* isl?n*, n?. !!-.?? ?nke. were **v.??!?iko!i by ;i storm, and Cap?. W. was knocked ? ovrr by the boom and drowned. After a good deal of diihculty his com? panion reached the pert,-... ARMY.?Orders have been is?u?-dfrorn the War Department, constituting General '/.. Taylor the commander of the troops in Louisiana und Arkan ea?i. to l?e i?M|?oiipible ?directly io. th?* I??*ad ??uurter? of the Army ?it Washington, ami not;to the mili fu-? <.*uimrmnd?'rnf the Department; This virtually supersede?! General Gaine.?. , Another order <ii rt-'ts that die Gib Infantry ?hull go from Jefferson Barracks to Fort T?iws?jn, knd five companies of 1*1 Dragoons from h >*rt ?Leave?w?rth to Eort Gibson, both to report to General Taylor. Th.* company of 1st Infantry at Jefferson Barracks to take pos? at Fort Leavcmvorth. TirZaiioiii MI...

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

Mr. Lyeil's SixlirUeturc on Geology. J Reported for the Tribu?*ie.J o?f fossilTootprints. I have been asked by several jieTson? whohoaril -. my last lecture, upon the Origin of Coal, if I could j ?explain the difference between Coal and ?nthr*- : cite : ami as ? thru had no lime to urcc-h *ap*on this sublet, altiKnigli my last leco-ire was prolonged bey?-.nd the limit which 1 wished, I will now j speak ??fit in a few words. ltc?*rtarnly is ?a<**"0?7,d <|uestion ; but several person? ?nave n?k?*d me whether, conc?.*ding trie wgctable origin of cual, it muy not W* die difference in ike tcood which cause;? die difforeiTCT* in the coal : whether on? kind may not produce the Coal and another th?v< Anthracite. Now; there is no doubt that-, i'.i the strata of thr; Kart!*, then* i? s'ora? variety in the character ?if tibe various Coals discovered, which mav l??e ?wing to a difiere?ee "ti the original text? un* and composit???*. of the different plant? from which they were formed. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 April 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE (f published every mnr.ninjj, at No. 50 Ann ?treci, \<\v.Y'<rK. an?! delivered t? .City Subscriben for O?CE CENT per copy. Mad Subscribers, .*?! per annum, intnlvMtce.?ud;ihe paper tn no ?as? continued b?yond tiit time tnr weich it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Ax Months. Terms ?f Advertising;.._. For eai h Advertisement of rEN h'ifs or frs.-(over six)"fir>t insertion. 50 Cent?. (to. foVeB I? robsepueol insertion.,? 25 ' ,i<, ?or SIX inwrtioiis, or one week.$150 rio. for T>V ENTY-FIV E insertions. 5 00 Longer AdvertismenU at equally favorable nuts. Mamases Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding five lin%s. 25 reiifcs. XT The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for die Country, is jiuousned every Saturday morning, at the 1 ov? pnce of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Mr. Charles Lyell.?The Boston Post, and, after it, the Albany Evening Journal, do great in? justice to this distinguished gentleman in attribut iii?T to him anv purpose ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 April 1842

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1842. O" Public IVotiac?The Der.iocratlc Whig Electors of the City *nd County are requested to atteud a Mav? Meeting to be held at National Hall. Canal-street, o.. T?ES DAY EVENING, April 5th, at 7$ o'clock, to receive tbe Report of the County Convention, appointed to select a can didate for Mavor. By order of the Democratic Whig Mayoralty Convention. PRTER S. TITUS, Chairman. Thomas McElrath. > Secrelar-ef. JOSEPH R. lAiLOR, 5_ rr The National u?me industry Conreo t?o? will assemble THIS MORfiWQ at il o'dock.at the Broadway Tabernacle. The ??liten? of New \ ork are invited to attend its deliberation*. Sea.?* ? '" ?* reserved in the galleri? ?or ladies. By order of the Central Committee L. O. CHAP?N, Secretan.-. Der nemoer?tie Wh ?g" G encrnl Committee. New-York April 4. 1842.?A regular meeting ot this Corn mitte*- will he held at the Broadway House on Tuesday K venin". April 5?!:, inst,, at 8J o'clock. J ! H H?bart Haws; ) s,.c%,t ELLIS POT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 April 1842

CITY INTELLIGENCE. Reported for The New-York Tribune. - Monday, April 4. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. The Board met at half aller ? o'clock, the President pres? ent and presiding. A message was received frnm the Mayor, approving ol sundry ordinances and resolution?: ordered on tile. A second message was received from the Mayor, commu? nicating die fact that Thomas Lloyd. Collector of the Citv Revenue, had absconded with about $30,000 of the public luonevs in Ins posse*?ion ; that in the opinion of His Honor ?be ofieoce ol Lloyd was a felony by statute ; that he had caused an attachment to issue against tbe property of Llovd. by virtue 6f which his house and furniture i<> this city and two small farms in New-Jersey bad l>e*<ii seized, and would he sold 10 pay in part the loss occasioned by bL? d?falcation. The security of Lloyd, also, was found to be good for $5,060. His Honor further stated ibat, although Lloyd bad led a letter stating that be bad gone to Charleston, S. C, yet it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 April 1842

Mr. Lypl?'s Sixth Lecture on Geology. j Reported f'ir the Tribune.] ON FOSSIL FOOTPRINTS. - [Concluded.] Vfter.the? Ontario sandstoue cornes thru which i-, called by Mr. Va>cxkm the Protean group from th" manv different forms in which it appear?. i; contains the Pentamerns) an extinct specie? of bivalve, ?hell. Sometimc??U is also in the form ol iron ore. Ti;i- Protean ma??? is only about 50_feet . ;it Queenston ami Lewiston. though in some parts of the country it. is probably .thicker, it is | iVmntl farther East and South. Passing, then, i from the M ohavvklimestoneio the Ontario sandstone and thence to the Protean group, we next come r . the shale rtnrl limestone??!" the Niagara district. These beds contain a? assemblage of organic, re? mains, a?, forcxample. the Chain Cortil?so called from the resemblance of its upper surface to a chain. It is a genus peculiar to the ancient rocks .;' Norway; England andtlte United State?. When I .?iv that each of these groups i? distinguishe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 April 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIB?NE Is published every morning, at No. 30 Ann ctreVi. New-York, -inA delivered t? City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers; $?* per annum, in advance ami the ??per in no ca?e continued beyond tfie lime for weich it is paid. Subscriptions taken for S? Month.?. Terms of Advertising... .For each Advertisemfrotof TKN t?eiorle?? (oversix) first ia??-rtioii. W Cer.t-s. (jo. torra h su!e-?<|iiei>: insertion. 25 ' t?o tir.r SIN insertion?., or one week.$1 5?i ?o. for TUT: NT V-FIVK insertions. 5 00 l/wger Advttt-iiMiiem? at equally favora?e rate?. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding 6te lio?*, 25 cent?. XT The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large pap?-r, tor thr Country, is ouottsned every SaturUny morning, at the ?ow price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Inciter from Ur. Clay The Whig, of Ninth Carolina were t?j hold a " Convention at Raleigh cm Monday i?j nominate a S Candidate for Governor, and organize for the open } ing cainp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 April 1842

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 1842. D* For Henry Cuv's Letter, Coral Reffs; and an Article on Association, ske First Page. 1 . For Judie Lynch's Char?e, see Last Pac-c Where i? the Hab-Trennnrr ? M.-iv.it Morris, in a Special Mes-a?c on tberob bcry o? the City Treasury by the Loco-Foco Col? lector Lloyd, in order to" olviafe the evil" of such fraud?, awl to secure Fiscal officers of the City against " tentation," recommends the presage of an ordinance to-direct all receiving o?cer* to deposite all the Moneys collected by them, in their name as officers, in One Bank to bo designated bv ordinance." What docs the man mean7 Is ho not in favor of the Sub-Treasury ? Was he net elected Mayor on that ground .' Does he not know that the ?. i t h i principle of bis party i? " Di? vo ro: of Rank and State7" Have wo not tur years been fighting Via patty on this very issue? we asserting that. Banks tire safer depositories of Public Money and less liable to Swartwout than individuals, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 April 1842

jimiM?j_ir'Wjjj)?ai?iitij?Mt?rsTwnm?T, u imniiui'w-^raAJ/ivtama^. Mr THIS MORNINGS MAIL. !EP No Mail south (if Richmond thit. moniin?:. Alex. Powell'?? ConMiil?hip Revoked?A Hpecial 'TIeMHace?Confirmntion-.lrri ral of Lord Athburton-The .Uexicani in Texn?, ate. From our Special Corre??Tv>t)?l<-nt, WASHtMiTor, April 4. The removal and appoiutment of a Consul at Rio Janeiro has produced u commotion in the Metropolis that may not entirely sub-ode. for some days to come. The character and services of the present incumbent are so well known and appre? ciated in this community, that tbe announcement of the appointment of hi* successor seemed v. astonish the town. It is understood to-night, how ever, that the President bas discovered the erroi into which he has boe? led, and has revoked th* commission, or caused the nominee to decline ac? cepting it. This >'? well, inasmuch as it may ab? solve tho Executive us fur as Mr. Tyler is con? cerned, from the odium that would otherwise as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 April 1842

.Tu?ift? I^rnc"?^ Charge to t'nr Grand JTary. COLiJIT OF SESSION'S;?Monday/, April i In conformit? ta establish- d usage, as well a.ihe require iiienrsofs.-v.-r.it Statutes of the Stute, itistlie^duty of this f tonrt to address yon as the Grand Jtiry-of the County ou the matter?: witbm your cognizance and the nature oi yoi r duties The oatii ?vliirii you hive taken i? a brief compendium oi vour duties, and as' many of'you have been lieiore on ?? Grand Jury, whom I recognisc.itwould seem superfluotu id ? xpatiate in detail ur?oji tfaeru. The organization o?. Grand Juries and their course.orproc??ding arc- admirably h.Mj.i fdtotbe purposes for wht?h they wererinstitntediitaKen from the body ofthe county, they are required in the !?' - guage of the Statute to be composed of men ofupprtved i '?? trcriii/. fair ?-Warier, ?ound judgment.and welliniorme.. : while it is your doty t?. present every vcrfor. who scan o? prove,) to yoursatisiaction to be guilty of crime, itiseqoai Ivrourduty to...

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