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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 April 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRTBUNT_. ktfshcd evurv morninp. at No. 30 An ?' ' . jCcw-Ynrk, mil delivered to City Subscriber* v7vb'c?NTS pcrwcck. Single copies Two Cents.? .:*??> *i ;>? macro, nlRdv?ncc, andlhepanel cas* continued beyond tin lime for wblcU il is paid. ^KJopoons taken for S:x fdonths. '". : \rtvertisii ?_For h Advertisement of Tfc-\"V:o?? or lev (over six) first insertion. SO Cents. brea Ii ? *-i>---<;u?M?t insertion. 25 5 ' &?r slX-inscrtions. or oncAvcck.$L"50 " tyft. fty-TWKNTYrFIVK insertions. .? ou 1 oncw Advertismcnti :it equally favorable rites. M ,-. ij' v Keligions and Funeral Notier?., not ?-xc^<l:t:ir ?V. I n??, 25 cents ; , fi ? WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very lai gc paper; lb: tfi?Cocniryj.ts pumtsned every Saturxlay morning, at thr |r? pi ceoi $2pcr annum, in advance. ~~thh Ti??r.ne. Rnninrc between President autl the 1 Whisp?. Fi ?m ?ur Sncciai Correspondent Washington, April i". |;iier\Vhig MemUers of Conjrress generally at l ::ile<! the Dinner given la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 April 1842

THE TRIBUNE. '! I ESDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1842. IZ .7Ir. Lyells l.pctnrr?.-?ur Ulastrated and car.; illy corrected Report?ol .MR-LYELI/s ElGHT'LF.r. Tl rf> on Recent i>:*corene? in Geology will be pub? lish vd on Thursday morning in a beautiful Pamphlet Edi? tion. They contain Dfarty every word of-those Lectures, - ;? ported by Mr. ?'? Raymond, Assistant Editor of this paper, with several lucid Engraving* expressly for the Tri? bune. Sblaxjean ambmv, offresh,interesting and valua? ble inibrroatfbn .bniGeblbgy.cannot be found in any work vet ;rtlbl??tj,'d. Price ?5 ci-r.t? pexicopyi five coplr1- fbr$L seventeen for <.;: :ii'::v copies for?5; any larger number $lfj per h;;n .lre<!. Orders from Newsmen or by Mail (enclosing the cash) are respectfully solicife?). .-. (2) alJtt 1 ;?? Run.? tin Adam.-, Locke's celebrated lecture on Magnetism and Astronomy;' as'reported a>r Uic Tribune, will be published in a neat pampblet. and tor sale at this ??r1c< to-morrow morning. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 April 1842

MONEY MARKET; ssnlei? fiS the I or It Exchnns?1. April I tsDeU Hud_60 days 92Jj !><>f>ir Island. !r?: y> ()0.. PS}|J60Jlarlvtn It. ??! '2.3 rjo.90.day?;D'l 50 do.bSOdays I? ;j rfn.1>3 days 25 Mohawk. t ;j y do.b3 days 9?i 25 do. 4y rlo... P2 j 23 do. 46* |2 i'je.on Bank. 97 : 23 do. IG* ,:6 Bank S .V V.64 ! 25L*tica *; Sehen.s3dav!i 163 Kanuers* Loan;. " do.\25\ SO L?n^ Island.cash 493 20 An & Rech R. 91 125 do. I'M 50 Paterson_?> 10 days 46* m do.? 10 davs 50 Canton Co.ca*h pj 24 do.cadi 4'J{ i SECOND m'vRli. JO Mohawk_v lOdavs IGJ 25 Del .V. Hud., s days !?] i 23 do_s next week 4? j Z> do.'. . SI C?inuicrcial mnl .Tloticy lit utter*. 'i'l e sday, 1'. M. There was decidedly k belter feeling in th<* street t?>-day. and some indication* of returning confidence. The slight panic of last week ha? nearly subsided Trade, however; ;?Itill !? ;>;e.srd. and the spring bu?the*s will he almost bfcs yond precedent small;and to th? importers a losing tradcf ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 April 1842

Th<? New Xcbool Bill. AN ACT ; ? ti?e c)t) and ounty of New-York the pro vi - of the ?enera! act initiation to the Common Schools: I :., f'rr.j'r oftht >'t?'* ?/ New-York, reprrscnUd in Sen? nit aiui Attantilu dn enact usfoUovM : Seciii ii !. There -hail be < lected .:. each ol t!i? Ward? ol : . < ;?.,. :.,.,[ cbon'yol New-Yorkjtwo Copiinfeioners.two IhsicrloT."? and Five Trustees ot Common Schools, who shaii he elected by ballot; m tlie regular ci arter ejection in . ach year (except tor the coining vear. when they shall or appV) ,ii< -i bv the Common Council)by the personsqualihed 10 vote for charter Otlicers, in the said Ward?, ami to be rotiducieil .11 the same manner, by the same inspectors, at i he sanw:Ward Districts, and subject to the sameillaws, rules and regulations, as now govern the charter electtoas in said City. . , ? The Commissioners of Common Schools so cl?*ctedishall <??.:-!.tute a hour.; ??? education tor the City ol New-York : a majoritv "I v. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 April 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE i, n'sbifsbed erVry mornin;, at No. SO Ann "ci'Vr-t. N.Mv-Tork. an.! d< livcrcd to Crtr rsubseriberi for NINE i'K\T5 jH-rwcek. Single copies TwO'Cents.? Mail Subscribers. $4 \w annum, in advance, and ihr paprr |n no ca*e continued n<<5*ohd th< lime lor which it b paid. Sahvonptioixv taken for S;x .Month*. Ternw f f XdwrtMnj;_For ?-ai h AdverUsenwnt ol TEN lb>tsiorlfN*;(r?versL\) first insertion. 50 Cent*. <l?\ forea h subsequent insertion. 25 rio. (or SIX in!?crTions;oroiK*;week.$! 50 " iin. for TWBNTY-aVlV K insertions. 5 oo " IXMiger Adv?rii>rn"enU at equally favorable rate* Mnrri?ge*, Ketitrious awd Funeral Notice**, not exceeding fo<- iin?*, 2"> cents. EX The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, >\ very large paper, fbi thelCouhtrv, b puonsocd every HMturoay morning, nt th< low ;i7:<*'- o. $2 per atiHUiii, in Advance. THE TRIBUNE. For The Ti ibunv. Intelligence from Africa. Letter? from Messrs. Steele, Raymond and VVil ?o;i. tlie Missionaries ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 April 1842

THE TRIBUNE. TUn.'SDAV MORNING. APRIL 11. 18?. For interesting Intelligence frera Western Africa and the liberated captives <>f the Amistad, also an elegant article on Liberty, sec First i'a-e. Q^FtM" a ? Song of the English Char? tist.'an original Poem by William Wallace, and a list of the Public Acts passed ai the late ?Session of the Legislature, see Last Page. . fvnonnou? Framl ninl \Vronsf?C?ori>ntion of ihr Govrrnmriit of the <'ity ! We announce, with sorrow and indignation, tliat the Loco-Koco office-holders of this city, fairly and decisively beaten in the Election oh Tuesday, have resolved to usurp the Gor, rnment of the City, and. by force and frauds perpetuate their rule tor the en^ving^year in defiance Of the ver? dict of the People; This i.? their deliberate pur pose; but whether they will carry if into full effect depends on the* firmnos-. and energy of indignant resistance with \yhich it will be rrtet bv the outraged Freemen of .Now York. From the very mom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 April 1842

LEAD?Further sales ?i 2400 pigs Missouri have been . for export at 3i cents; ami t,i>*?0 ilo yesterday, lor .? pmcnl f.> Liverpool, (in an emergency,) a: boihcasln MO LASSES?100 hhtis Matnnzas in lots, l?i cent. : 20 jnfenor Trinidad tie Cuba, 17; 75inferior Nuevitas. ]h\, 30 .- . :>!:- PoitoRicoi 18 ; 271 ol tin- same. 21 a;24; mosi of a !,?_??) i'f New Orl'-.uiN. Iandirj{;.;20i; A.r> tcs, |5o l>hl? and -.'; ? gallons New-Iberia,21, ad 1 in- s. The market closes dull. \A\ Al. s 1 iMtE??Sales have b'en nude of aboul 1000 Wilm ngton Turjientine al ?2;87.? and 500 libls selected \irtb County Tar at $1 56}; caslij Uitb for export- Spirits Cai penttnc - inactive. BeM Pitcl)4s selling in los? at ,51 50 OILS?AVe understand thai * 0 hbls Whale have been sold rrcentlv ai 54}. a.id 200 do at 31' cents, cash. In?? gallons I -:. ' nsevd baveJjeen sohl at cents, fi mo..; and ?bout oiVtO bi ?ide? on terms not made public: 200 baskets Nice (PUyeJ sold at $3 2.'?, 4 meis.: and SfOO ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 April 1842

Fol lh* i n!-.-.viiii; vigorous ami free-spirited lyric r areinifobted teWilliam Wallace, E?o.. of Kcatucky..a 0 inj; Port who at our request wrote them in au hour s t ?? ? at t?ur etfice table, in the midst of th" crowd ami rurmoi ot the iatr Election contest We understand that Mr. Wallace has completed a series of Song? wh:chh*v? ?>? wedded to most eloquent music by Mr. Ivcs, Jr. We ;'. :i\ t: ?- Mu?ic-dcaier'will he fortuiate wlio gives tliiera to die public. f?rf. T*ih>,?r. SONG OF THE ENGLISH CHARTIST. HV WILLIAM WALLACE. Thz Lord siu; high on Iii? old stone tower, And the l?lood-red wine i, there* rbo Lord bath smiled at his ancient power, And he lists to an ancient air. It? ?.fern wild music swelled ol old, ' 1 ?i the marble arch and tiie roof of Told. From the harp of a groy-liaircd minstrel rolled, And around the festal board, hike a cheerful flash of morning light The blood-red wine j< poured. Ma! the Chieftain starts from \\U velvet throne W ith a flush of rage a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 April 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Is pub! i'shcW every morning, at Nu. SO Ann stress. New-York, ami delivered tu City SubserilieT* for NINE CENTS per week. Single copies Two Omv Mad SubsctH?ers;$4 pvr annum, in advance; and the pap*r in no easeconiinue<i beyond ih*- time for which it is paid. Subscriptions, taken for SJx Months. Terms of Advertising.... Vor eat h Advertisement of TEN lines or less (over six) firet insertion. Cents. \Uk tor ca Ii subsemient Uttetrtion. 2o do. for SIN insertions or one week.$1 50 " do. for TWENTYsKIVE insertions. 5 00 " Longer Advertismcnt? nt equally favorable rates. Marriage*, Rebgioiis and Funeral Notices, not exceeding live iin*>s. 2?i cents. jy The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very Urge p?per. tor ti.?- Country, Ls puousned every Saturday uiorning, ut the 1 (>w price oi $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. .Northern Slavery?New York mid Virginia. MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR. Exe< utive c iumukk, April 12, l"1-' To the l.i -Me;,'u e i received lasl ey- hing a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 April 1842

THE TRIBUNE. ' sVirKDAV ^ORNINfi. APRIL 15. 1842^ rry Persons desirincibc Tribune to be left at their reri denees, will plea-*- leave their naw, at ibis office; a-? they will h* regularly served at an early hour. Price nine cenu a week. _ Q^r" For the Governor's Message on the Virginia Resolutions, and a continuation of the eloquent article on Liberty, set- First Pace. fj^r" For the beginning ol .Mr. LyelLs last Lecture, see Last P?se. Our City Election. It i- now fallv ascertained^and known oi all men that our Gitv Election on Tuesday resulted in the choice by the People t1 ROBERT H. MORRIS, Mayor. Hard:. Aldermen. Assisthnlt. I. CALVIN BALIS, II. C. WESTERVELT. IL C. S. WOODIIULL, GEORGE Fi NESB1TT. III. J. A. UNDER WOOD ?W1LLIAM DODGE; IV. ROBERT M IRTW, DAVID T. WILLI JMS. V. ROBERT JONES, WILLIAM ADAMS. VI. C; CROL1US. Jr. RICH \RD IL ATw ELL. VII. CHAS. W. SMITH, JAMES SASH. VIII. SYLV'S. GEDNEY, WILLIAM H. SWEET. IX M G LEONARD, iF-M. O. H'ATEltMAl>. X ELIJAH F.l'l 'ROY, H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 April 1842

D*I?Ir. I,yell'e IjOCtum?.?Our mil, Illustrated and carefully corrected Reports ol MR.LYR LL'S EIGHT'LEC TtfRES on Recent Discoveries in Geology will be pub? lished Thin Morning; in a beautiful Pamphlet Edition.? They contain nearly every word of those Lectures, as reported by Mr. 11. J. Raymond, Assistant Editor of this ptipcr, with several lucid Engravings expressly for the Tri? bune. Sodarge an amoun*. of fresh, interesting and valua? ble information on Geology cannot be found in any/work yet published. Pner- 2*) cents per,copy, five copies for$l, seventeen for |S; thirty,copies for $5; any larger number $16 per hun? dred. Orders from Newsmen or by Mail (enclosing the ,.idi> sr.- respectfully solicited. (2) al2tt XT' Ricua rd Adams Locke's celebrated Lecture on Magnetism a id Astrono.mv, as reported ior the Tribune, w il be publisl ??(! in a neat pamphlet, and tor sale at thi other This Mot ting. Price GJ cents. MONEY MARKET. Snlrn at the Mtork Exchnu({e, April E *. lu Del is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 April 1842

Mr! Lyell'? Eighlli_Leetnre on Geology/. ' Imported ibr The Tribune.] UOfI.l?KK> AND ICEBERGS. ?J'kk subject "f which I shall treat to-night is what we term the Boulder Formation, or son '" times tb*' Norfolk Drift. The term boulder is ap? plied to .any large found resting upon tue superficial gravel brought from a distanco. By snmo, chiefly the writers of dl?? lnst forty years. thi< form;.: ii in \< called diluvial: because they be? lieve thai tln? superficial gravel, and -and, and mud, in which are found these rounded fragment? of ruck, have been brought thither by n nisli of some rnightv deluge, eithet at one time or at dii fercnt periods. But those who have thought thai they saw reason tr> refer a large part of ilii- to other causes prefer the term Drift?as not choos? ing to commit themselves to anv particular-'theory except that wHich i* certainly known to i..- true, that ?lie>i: boulders have \.n d rifled. b\ some means or other, t" m considerable dlntance. from...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 April 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE It p.u h I ?* h e d priry morning, at No. 30 Ann street. New-York, ami" delivered tu Citr Subsrrilx-rs for NINE CENTS per w?>?'k. Single copies Two Cents. Mall SubscritM?r?, f4 psir auunm, m ??Ivane?', and the paper hi no case ccmtinucc beyond the time fitr which it is pni?L Subscriptions U.k?ra for'sii* Month*. Trnns rf AtlvertlMBg.... For ea? h Acherdsement or TEN lines or lets (ov?r six) first insertion. 50 C?-nts. cia. tor ra li .subsequent Insertion. 25 ?" do. for SIX insertion*, or one wtrk.$1 50 " do. for TWENTYd-TVE insertions. 5 00 " I/mger AiivertismenU at equally favorable rateiL MarriaRfSs Reh'gioas and Funeral No?ce*, not exceeding fiv?f I in??*, 25 cent*. X? The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large piper. Tor tint Country,Is jiumiMitMl every Saturday looming, at Ute 1 on- price of $2 per anuum, in advance. ASSOCIATTO N ; Or, Principle* of a Trae Organization of Society. OCR kvij.s a r It SO MAL, SOI POLITICAL J AND POLITICAL RF. F?K.MS CANNOT REMEDY TII...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 April 1842

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING.-APRIL 1?. 1843. 7~" Penwm destrinfftbe Tribtuietb be leu at uVir resi? dence-, will please leave their names at this office, and they will lie re"uL?rly served al an early hour. Trice nine cent* a weefc. mi _ rr^^ In order to make room for a Large amount of valuable matter, without doing injustice to our advertisers, we shall on Monday issue The Tribune ou a Double Sheet, of which an extra number will be printed. Advertisers are requested to send m their favors by 9 o'clock this evening. 03 ?ur office is not open on Sundays. We have been compelled to postpone the re? mainder of Mr. Lyell's last Lecture to our Double Sheet, when, if net too much crowded, we shall ^ive it entire. Mr. Sim rnons's late powerful Report to the Legis? lature, urging legal measures for the Sup? pression of Licentiousness, Mr. Pratt*8 Re? port sustaining; the Distribution of the Pub? lic Land Proceeds, and much oilier mat? ter of enduring, interest, will appear in that paper. P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 April 1842

Weekly Tribune? Kor ihc Present Week. CONTENTS. I.POETKY.?Song of tlir English Chartist, by W. WaUace?-The Departed Poetess, by Mrv Saw. y?r? Life, by C. N. Emerson?A Leaf of Life, by Islander. II. ...LYELLS SEVENTH and EIGHTH LECT? URES ON GEOJ.OGY?Subjects?Bouldcrsand Iceberg*, and the Recession en" tlie Falls o! Niagara. Iii...PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOME INDUSTRY CONVENTION. IV;..DISTRIBUTION OF THE PUBLIC LANDS ? A Report on this Subject, in which the whole ground is tairly considered. V... .INTERESTING INTELLIGENCE FROM AFRICA, being n full account of the landing of the Missionaries who accompanied the A mist ad Negroes. ST...Titles of Acts of the New-York Legislature passed at the late Session. VH.. EDITORIALS;?New-York Election?The Sixth Ward Riot?Passage of the School Bill. \ 111.WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENCE.?Doings in Washington. IX. ..GOVERNOR SEWARD'S VETO on the State Printing Bill. X. . .The Trouble* in Rhode Island. XL..Letter from Galena, 111.?Currency of Illinois. XIL.AGRIC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 April 1842

ADDRESS Of Whig "tlembcr? of the l.e?i?lnture. To the People of V* ?'****> of Xeah Yorlc : Fellow Citizens : In accordance with a prac? tice honored by the observance of a long scries of years the Democratic Whig Members of the Le? gislature at the -lose of this session esteem it a duty to submit to their constituents a view of tbe extraordinary measures which have characterized the present session, and some considerations on the political condition of th<- State:? and they do this, with the high gratification that results from a firm conviction that they have faithfully discharged the important trusts and duties which the Peoplehaye confided to them, with a single eye to the advance? ment of the honor ar.d dignity of the State?that whatever ma'v-be the injurious consequences which mav, and probably will, result to the interests, comfort a.id happiness of their feilow citizens from the measures prepared and enacted by this Legislature, they have used all possible exertions to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 April 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE . i'vtrv morning, at No. SO Ann V w-Y? -k. antl deuvered t? City Subscribers for n'jVr' GENT? perwei k. S nglc copies Two c?uk? \l? i Subscribers, 5-5 j>*t aunnni, in advance, ami ihe pap*. - i,, po ease continued l>eyond tb< time for which -i j? paid, ?abftyipttons taken for Sit Months, ?jvmi??!" ^dyerj?SHig ? For eai h Advertisement ot y E4V hues or less (over six) fir>t insertion. 50 Cents. ;"orea h stil?*ee,iw*3it insertion. 25 rjo iT SIX insertions, <?r one week.$1 50 do! fiw TWKNTY4-MVE insertions. .S oo " lyorC'T Advanismenu at equally favorable rates. M.iTi-icf-N Religious and Funend Notices, not exceeding five ii??r*. 2-"? Cents. T r Th? WEEKLY TKIRI'NK, a v.ry large papeT, for the C?sntry; is punusoed every Saturday H?ornmg, a: tlie lo?. pr.ee 0) per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Religion* ISittt-rn.CN?. We have received several communication* dur ing and since our City Election contest surcharged tb bitterness ag/unst our fellow-citix...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 April 1842

For Ti;e Tribune. A LEAF OF LIFE. I. Pilgrim through Life's pages, Turn no farther o'er: Oft th<" tempest rages. Oft the whirlwinds roar: Wander thou no more! II. Thou hast journeyed over Many pleasant leave*. Ah ! delighted rover. Fancy still deceive*:? False the weh she weave,. nr. Sweetly still alluring, Hope may lend thee where Bliss appears enduring. And the skies look fair:? Wanderer?beware! IV. In the rosy bower Oft i3 heard a sigh. Fragrant though the flower, Tempting to the eye; Therns are lurking nigh 1 y. 'T is a bright illusion, Where thy feet have been Beautiful profusion, A deceitful sheen : Here is Life's true scene. VI. On yon mountain nourished. Rooted on it? brow. Once a tall oak flourished; Oak of spreading bough; Ah.' where is it now? VII. Yesterday it towered To the smiling skies '. Prostrate and o'erpowered. Now how low it lies: Fallen?not to ri?"! VIII. Ev'ry breeze of heaven Met it with a kiss : Tender vows were given? Were, they all for this ? Ah ! heart-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 April 1842

TRAVELING. Breakfast on Board. w _ftMORXIXG LINE FOR AL Tlffij^rTrffrfr ?? BANV. from the Steamboat Pier tool of Barriav ?iio-i,?'ai.?ai? $1 50. BTo'' !ow.-,-rrv.tire ?tranilwiat ALBANY; Capt J. G. Jen DS.This( Mmida\) Morning, April 18, at 7 o'clock Tin- new low-pressure stenml?oat TROY Capt. (Jorhani. T??d*v MornVig. April l!>, at 7 o'clock. For pvssage, apply at the office, t'oyi ot' Barciay-streot, or on board. Notice:?Mi Goods, Freight; Baggnire. Bank Bills, Spec:.-, Oranv of'. -r kind of Property, taken, j-liipp??.!, or put on boar! this boat; m ust Ur at the ri?k of the owners of sncli 0 oods; Freight, or Baggage, sic. ir.2-} ^_ ^PKOPLK'S LINE of Steam boats lor Albany, daily; al ii o'clock P. s. from tlie j>i?t between Courtland and Liberty streets The steamer ROCHESTER; Capt. A. P.St. Jehu, leaves Monday; Wednesday and Friday Afternoons at 6 o'clock. The steamer SOUTH AM ERICA;Capt Brainard, leaves Tuesday,Thursday and Saturday Afternoons at f> o'rlock. The steamer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 April 1842

For The X. Y. Tribune. ! '? The rnosl glorious ifliuleter of GoJ ?n Earth, is be who tpoaks with a me^'iving energy to'other nunds;;breatuing into ihera die l?voot truth omi rfnue. strengthening them to sotTer iij a -t>-?U c.-.u.--. aau Mung them above the senses and the vuriu. Chunning't Ducouftts,y. 1? ? to r/n; rev; \v. e. c. Steak on! -peak on! fur at thy voice. A thousand Hearts are stirred. And in their inmost h'-urts rejoice, A; every quickening word, That falls like sun-light, brightening o er AU that was cold and dark befor?? And in tHc careless mind, Kindling to life each lofty thought Of love and sympathy anb< ught. Kur nil of human kind. Av. still speak on! that trumpet tone Still riseth lend and clear, Thou true and fearless champion Of all that Man holds dear, Cnshriknig friend of all thy race, Whate'cr may be their name or plact ? From the down-trodden slave, To him, who with the name of \r<-<\ From ceaseless toil und poverty, Find? rest but in the grave! ...

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