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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 April 1843

^ew-york^tribune. -trr NEW-YORK DAILY TRIDCNE IS PUBLISHED T EVERY MORNING, BOJfDAV excepted, ^28??d to BirSSwfc" f'T NINE C ENTS per ^t1' ir rope* TWO C ENTS. Mail Sabscribexa iT?r' annuni, in advance ar.r! f> paj-T in no cav rontin gfi^lS*e time for which it u paid. Subscription tt oTAdTertisi?*: tf\' LI^'ES or (over Six,} !? jmiruertion... Vi Cents. t*1 .. for rsch snbverjuent in??-iti"fi.2i ? m f.,; s-s HUMrTtioiu, <>r one week - - - SI jO |J ? fV.r TwrtTV-Kn E inaertioha.500 try LoeX** Advertisements at equally favorable rates. MjRriaG'.*. RkCioious and FartERai- Notices, not ex ^iai; fire I23 ceat4. the tri bunIeT rrj* ThB Democratic Review for .May is out jjifj contains its usual excellent variety of scholar. jjfoe and entertaining papers. The leading arti? cle iion Crawford's " < Jrphous," accompanied by gfine engraving on steel. r\I r. Brown'son, be lirjc- a reply to the "Jiton:;! strictures on bis ar? ticle in the April number, contributes some clab mtc " Remar...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 April 1843

THE TRIBUNE. NEW.YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 29. 11 FVR PRESIDENT. f HENRY CLAY, or kl*tt:cxy. ( Two ThocsaJTD Potxos of Brevier Typ* at*in os? ; 1 w>a th,t paper are for sale. It * ill V l'-Id in quantities to suit f purchasers. No order* w ill be attended to nnlm accompanied *?- the cash. Tin Type i* from tVfonodry of G-orse Brace, ?uid is in (rood order. Price 20 cent* ;>er pound, cash. i Also aboet Five Hckdskd isjuads Asat al30 rents, j "J"7?- SnWribersto the Tribun", who ar* about changing ?.h?ir r?-?vb?ic? *. w ill i,l?a*e lease word it this "fact, or lend a [ teote. daroiigh the Poat-Office. (ZJ- .1 S'ran?'V write* us an account "fan affair he had "with a couple of poefcet-bdok-droppm adav or two since. We n**d not i-is narrative, as it is ih* d<l story. Suffice it that be did not allow them to fool him. Strangers mu.t look mi for all ma/m?-7 of rOgiaerj in Ott? stteeu. \ry For s^ernj brief Iilersry Notice*, Ji Second Poe? hunt**. PropUl in. 2V, >'.. Jttroloiry, Sec. ?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 April 1843

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 April 1843

From 13I?kwood for Arn!. ?0 ti?c ggeat?Br Schiller. Thf? wilt thou, ?it- thy fancies holy? Will theo, faithless, fly from m'. Withtby jov. thy melancholy, Will thou ifana relentless free O Golden Time, O Human May, Can nothing, Fleeting One, thee restrain? >Ju?: thy s we. ?'. nw jli<i- away Into the eternal Ocean-Main"! Th? sun* serene are lost and vanished That wont the path of yoiidi to gild, Aid all the fair Ideal, banished From tint wild heart they wbfloni filled Gene dieine ajid sweet believing In dream* wrn'i, Hearen iuelf oafariod! What godlike shapes have years bereaving Swept from this real work-day world! As onr?. with tearful passion fired, The Cvprian Sculptor clast^d fh> -ton?, Tu! the <-'old cheeks, delight-inspired, Blushed- to sweet life the marbl- crown; Sr. VoutVs d-sire for Nature!?round Th* Statue, to mv arms I wreathed, Till warmth and Uli in mine u found, Am! breath that poet* breathe?-it breathed. With mv own burning thoughts it burned;? Its ?lliii...

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

^V-Y0RK_TRIB?NE. ^iTE VEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED T fVKRV MORNING, 8UNPAT EXCEPTED, JfflNxssaC-sT. for. tut? < :i y Ilai.i..) Nk w 7Y0RK, .A7^!iv n.: Ur City Siihvcr;:. r? for NINE ' EN PS I? ^f'jiJ.V,^ TWO < EN TS. Mail Subsonic:* Iw-?c'num. in advance; and the i"?j?-r in no cw eonttn i beyond ttw time f"? which a u raid. Subscriptions u CftrSis Month*. Terms of Advertising: rrr\ LINK-* or leas, (vv-r Sit,) First iti-Ttion... 50 CVnts. ? for r?ch sbbs-quwit inv-rtion.?j " ? " for Sit insertions, or one week .. Si .'hi 1 ? " for TwKrrTT-FtvJE insertions.508 rfj* Loose* Advertisements at eornally favorable rares. ManaiaOKs, Rcuctoca and Fcnkral Notices, not ex THE TRIBUNE. The U. S. Exploring Expedition. We find in t Ii*- last number of Silliman's Jour? nal a more complete and satisfactory synopsis of ?he labors and results of the Exploring Expedi? te recently relumed from the Southern regions, vrhither it was sent by the Government of the United States, than has ever b...

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

THE TRI BINE. N EW.YORK, MOSPAY. MAY 1, 1843. FOR PRESIDENT, . HENRY CLAY, or kk3ttjcxt. rr7? Democratic Whit? General Com mit? tet.-A n^mcr" of thnC^imm"- will k wd M iursu, era Loa May 2 at rhe Broadway How, at2p/clocK. * w" *' * PHILIP HONi-. Chairman. Jostm IVPraaao.v, > g^enrtesj. . ^ Ex>waJU>? t.-.wrr;?. S _ } r7* For an outline of the R?ru/f? o/ lie Ezylorinz Expe ditir.m, see First Page. XT" For Letters /rem Tatealoota wd Pensaeoltt, iAte.a iy //i/t//i??nc? and Comet*, see Last Pa Later from Kvtrope. New? from Europe, five ?ayfl later, was received yesterday by the packet-ship England, Captain Baktlett, which left Liverpool on the 9th inst. the Britannia, which brought th? latest previous dates, hivinz sailed on the -1th. As will be seen by our Marine List, quite a fleet of packets ar? rived yesterday from Europe, their cargoes consigned to merchants in thi- city. The pack? ets during the la*t month hare very frequently anticipated the steamers, and this will probab...

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

') - j.jj witb occasional sales of fair brands at 5 12f ? -d Michigan ?'? 1.''.; round Ohio $5. We ii-ar of no ^*-dr;ii" in New-Orb u^. We quote it nominally 4 P7;", ,jdtjb*b rausactions l>v which quota ^* g^thern is very dull, and we only notice .sales 2Wi 'sB frbls- Richmond "Mountain al 1621. Georgetown uSiiO" Brandywinc ' Richmond City 5 50. In W L.r e.-idc* we "hear of no transactions In which quota. " in be riven. There is not much Il\~ r lour here, bit: ^JwV limit'N"fr'1 R?TCT 2 87Ja^rJer*ei jj'caih. for Brandywjne. S^*jy^-Xo "Wheat in market. It i> wanted. Com?; T [j is arriving freely, and the demand i. not .so ac "caies 3.000 bushel* Northern at 54 a 65, part deliv ^j"ac^ 1.000 Jersey ? ellow a; 55c, measure. We hear of alrffl*R)1*- l,nt " "Bering at 58c, without buyers. Oata * ;rt29c.' We notice sales at 28, and a cargo of 2,00(1 ^fab, to arrive, at 27c. Sales of o00 bushels Virginia ;t( '*a?x.--Firthsr sales have been mad.- of 500 bales North ,j43?4*c. ior shipment...

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

THE TRIBUNE. Important from Mexico-Texan Prisoner* ? Death of Gen. GnaUaSoupe??ante Ana, ? _ . ., ? , , 1 l M.iUMi. Fa. April I9tr>, 18?":. Corresj>ori':e--.ce of The Tribnue. The V. S- Ship Virrcr-r-rE?, Command--.- Bachaa.au. sr n*c<l in the Bar yesterday after^ooa. frr>m the Cva. t of Mexico, hsariaz Vera t.rnz on theftn aad Tarapico on the J3:h snst Thrc^ T-jxiaus, recently prisooers of Met.co, came ** pa-JC'jgeri, viz?Jadj" Hutchm-on, and M??,r.. Jo-..<>? and Mavr-rick- These ecu'.ieiDen -.cere <-aptur-d by an iniad.nt: army uud.:r Geu. Wall, in September la;t, at Antonio tie Bcxar, and Until liberated, at the solicitation of our Minis? ter, Ladbeen kept in clo?e confinement at the Castle ol Perot-. Ts-r nombez captured at the time amounted to sixty, who were collected at Antonia in attendance on the Con,-t r.ivr ?which Judy: Hutchinson ywlwL Mr. Jones is a tending member eftbe Teriaa Cca?re*s. About fifty of their com? panion* rf-nv>in in prison a: Pero...

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

YORK TlilBUxXE. nQ. Si iV-YOKK DAliY TBJBTJNE ISTUBLl 5HED tn evekv MORX1KO, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, I, ut) NassaC-st. Corrofii e ( itt Hall ) Ni:?-\ obk, .. ....T\vu CENTS. Mail Subicn.boa ???annun?, i:, .Tivar.rr-. and the paj-? in nocasecontln ?<j beyond the lime lor vt hich it is paid, Suoscnj/.tous u- ' leti io' Si* Months. Trims of Ady e r.t is tnjt! TEN LINES or lefts, (hut Six.) Kirst insertion... 50 Gatts. ?? for each subsequent insertion.''.'< ? foi Six inserti on*, or one [week.. /St^ " u " for Twt!*tt-Five insertions." nry* Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. IfiRglsCKs, RKLiciocs and Fu .-skbal Not ices, not ex qedui): lit'-h?-?, & cmiN. JfllE T?llH'o E. ' ~ From Europe* The England brought, in addition to the sum? mary wc gave yesterday, ihtclJigchcc of a brief rjebatc in tlic Hons" of Lords on Lord Brodch aw'sj motion of a vote of thanks to Lord Ashbur ton for his negotiation of the Washington Tre Xr.c motion was adopted by a large majority, lard Brou...

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

THE TRIBUNE. NEWYORK, TUESDAY, MAY % 1843. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, OF KfcHTCCKT. fry Democratic Whl? General Commtt tee.-A me-*.uig of th?Conun?r~ ?"U ;?-id <?:: j u- * c. ervou&Z, May 2, at the Breads* a-, pont^v ttWelock. PHILIP HONE, ChwnBan. JoteEfl P. Pimos, Iseencux?. mrl2t L&WaUD lOWLKI. 5 _ n,jrj p//* Two Thov?a5d Pocjtw of Brevier Type ateia nae od thi* j*|*r for It will b~ M in rjuan'.ltiri to rn! purchA^r?. No orders ?ill V attended to aalen accompanied by the ca?h. The Type U fro?n th?- foundry of George Brace, and i? bi good order. Price 20 cent* :*r pound, cash. %y Also about Frr* Hcnoneo pounds Ahm. at 30 cents. r?7*- Subscribers to the Tribun-, who ar? abont chaoainz theo r"iHl*iiees, will please leaVe word al this o?ic?. or send a note through t!.< Post-Office. \ry For additional IntdUgenie/rom Europe, a Cammxh -nieation on Astrology, and an article on the Progress of As social mn. i>t First P?se. ;ry- por ?? fhe Battle? a Poem by SchiUer, George...

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

The Syivnnia Association, will bbldaGeu rai Mtvliiig at Croto> IIm.i., corner of Bowery iml Divis ioa.jtieet,on TUESDAY EVENING, M iy2d, ai Ti o'clock, w ti i il ?!?!?? speakers will address the meeting in exposition 6fuw objects and measnres of tlte Association. Citizens and j itiausrrs are invited to attend. my I L't HI i ml fold T<>^t oi*Plirenolosry ai Clin? ton Hall.?Mr. ?. S. FOWLER will devote the entire rveniaj:to Examining Heads blindfolded, in ordei t" show u? he r in read character correctly, with Iii?, (infers alone Disbelievers come and test this matter. Brim; forward umr . ?Uoagestcasc* a. unbjects si half-past 7 o'clock, free. Th?rs WV^ndn.' hiM-,-let> H!,-,l LeetlUe Oil Muiianc. Tick? is l?i cents. Lvlies free. Mr.T.will link- professional examinations al Ins oifice ^yaml eveniiizs, visit families, .and be h ippy to lecture be- | to? MXtcttea. His private class to-monbw evening. 1* C^ Job Printings of ill kind.ally md promptly WjMtted? reduced prices; it ...

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

?f)t Battle. fBOM THf. ft KB MAS OT SCHJLLEB. H<-a?r *nd ?"den?. A cloudy column, TW th?- green PU"J tl*i marcoing camel MeamnvleM !,k" * ttW* 4l*J*a? F?rth? wild dice r'f the ?r':K1 gsme. The look* are bent on the shaking, ground, And the heart be?u* loud with a Wiling sound: Swift by tlx beasts thai must bear the brunt, Gallo? dk? Major alone the front? I '? Halt'." Andfettei'd they *u;i<i at the stark commasd, And tlie warriors, silent, halt! Proud in the bins* of morning -lowing, What on the hill-top shine* in dossi.i^? *' See y >> the F'/-.mill's bsnn'r* waring!"" We k? the Foamao's banners waging!"' Now, God be with you, woman and child, "Lustily bark to th- music wild? - Tht mighty trump and th* mellow fif?, Nursing the timbs to a stouter life; Thrilling they sound with their glorious ton?. Thiilli.iC they go, through tie* marrow and bon*. Brolhi t, (*?"!. gi ant when this life is iPer. In ihr. lift to tome that ice air et once more.' *-e th* smoke how the lightni...

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

ffW-YORK TKIBUNE. rt? NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED gVERT HORNING, SIAD.YV EXCEPTED, uBfur Sixilwrthi *^ Ter rn * of Ad ver11 sine: . , .vt'<?f !-.? '...er r irs! in.friion... .V) C>?n?. lp HS" &?.'ul^n?nt ?DSr,s s ..M g " ? '? for Six insertions,or ooe^week.. .SI 50 ? rbrTwKxrt'FivEinsertions.5 00 " ir-?- Loacrr Advertisetnarts at eonally favorable ratet, o-fatacts. RKHniouaand Fuhchal Nonets, totex . THE TRIRIJNF3. National Academy of Dcxlgii. The Eighteenth Annual Exhibition of this as flciatioii opened on Friday so quietly that we ?pre in<!ttbtr-:i to a friend for information of foe fact. Wc passed a couple of hours very jjrrcrahlv in looking through the rooms on Satar fa evaiing* The works of Art exhibited an irjaie fottr hondred in number, nearly all Paint? ers: tli' Sculptiircs being some half a dozen.? fbc Exhibition as a whole, we think better than jgii of last year; at least one quarter of the Picture* be big tolerabic. It is fashionable to coro ebinof U...

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

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3. FOR PRESIDENT, HESKY CJLAY, <?? Ki.rxTecitv. fry SoWrih*r* '.-> theTrihune, who ar- tbont rhamt'o;: rheir resid*uc?>, will phvi**- word st thi* office, or send a note through th^ Post-Office. C7* For a notice of the National dcadc/try of Derign. Otologicel Anociulion, Literary Notices, and * vaiiety.of It^ms. v~? Kir.' Page. For I Poem by W. /f. BUfUigh, and No. XVI!. of Political Hi,t?t y. ? .-Pi-'. Virginia Election. The news by yesterday's mail is less favora? ble than that of Monday tnoming. Bucking' Juan, Prince Edward and Vinzniddie Counties, which were reported to have gone Whir.'- prove to have rcelecti d thrir Loeo-Foco Delegates : the first by 50, the second by 17. and the third by 36 majority. This setH us back a-piece, and nearly dissipates the danger that the Whigs would curry thr Don-', winch, with the Senate and Governor wrniorably against them, would have been of no use. and would but have excited ex peetalions which ...

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

ith Ericson"* propellers. In a?!'lut'>n to the one al f*Sw!;jf intended for lowing on th- ri*-r and canals.? 'IIto* canal-boats fr<-m New York to 0??-go. and j 0.ie of ib-v- boat* r ill also b- put on th- I P***1 Ciaii If they should be found to answer the | wS"**8, lenrlod they will work in entire resolution in th- ! Elation business. About 3,000 horses are now , "?? fja towing on the Eri- Canal, and s-s-ral hundred *?^j|0f whi-m would b- turu-d out of employment in ? ^seof a ?h?rt time, should the steam propellers be ! ^?^iomThom???'? Bmk Not- Reporter that a " V fitebbias, ??p of Madison County) lias been : to ?in? ?P lh? affair* of th? B*"k of Oswego. In , ?he assets or tlie "nstitetion Vl} be rnor- than suf- ! 8?m? ?II liabilities. Tlw circulation ? only $40,- ' *3iinrt it* fl".0'*'', B^t'ks ?')d Canal Fund, say ?n The* resources of the Buik ar. estimated at 1 i? tore heard of a can- of peculiar hardship, arising from ' sJiation by the Secretary of the Treasury of th *J!r...

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

IMMWi.1IIMI1 III Mill I IUI III For The Tribune. BT WIUIiH ?? 'Rtr.lf.H. The ?wcet. voluptuous Maj Is here ? length?through ill it* tumy hours, Overthe yratefBl earth to sprinkle flowers In beautiful array ; And clothe with deere-r verdure hilt and plain. And give th*> woods their gl 'r *ck ajpia No bird ?we!lin~ throat Quivers with SODg, o* who*, eivwided wing Fan; the soft n:r. b?? eheeftie* doth sing? And on the breezes float ?dort from bWsonn wbWi the Sun'i caret* Hath woks to life W field and wilderness. Tl?e iliimmering raolight fallt On mount and valley with a softer theen? And lo ! tie? ore hard*, newlv clothed In green. Lift up their coronal. Of flower* brichl-hued?or, ?haken by the breeze, Jtain fragrant bIo*?oms from a thousand tree*. The green and tender maize pMutVM the moistened mould : and from the air, And from the ranabine gathei ttr to Tlie ?ullry tummer daj Will, ..are the farmer tend* the fragile thoot. And, hopeful, trusts the fuio:e for hit fruit. Out nnderu...

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

NEW-YORK TRIB?NE. THK NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EYKKT MORNING, SIMMY KXCKITKI?, At !?? N\^r-..i.(w?MTKCm Haul.) N;;w-York, 4n,i*l.Ln<r-d t.. City Siibseriben !r.r NINE CEN r&pef ^JrtekT S>?slecopies TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers U r?rr annum, in advance: ami the paper in no case confln ??<.?'. ' ? tin-winch h i-. s-ii'i. Subscnt'tioufc la krn for Six Months. Teims of Advertising: TEN LINES or less, (overSix,)T^rrtins?rrion.?.50 Cents. ? ? * " for each_ subsequent insertion.25 " for Jys insertions, or one week... $1 50 " ?? " for TwkntvKivk insertions.000 " rr/~ Looser Advertisein?aiti at equally favorable rites. THK NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Vet] Large Tajier, for the Country, is ;?' BUSHED EVERY saTCRDir Mor.M>u; ^t:hel?.? [nice of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance. Mabriaoes, Religious and Fumeral Notices, not ex Ctttlwil 'He line., ?? Cents._ THE TRIBUNE. Hitcrarjj Xotircs. Ho?r.kk\: A Romance of New-York. By Theodore S. Fa'v. In one volume, llarje-r 5t Br...

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

THE TRIBUNE. NEW.YORK, THURSDAY, MAY 4. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, of k?*tcckt. jr/- Two Thoviatd Povnu? of Brevier Type a:ein use on thi* jw?j-r a.-e for wie. J: will t- ."Id in qaantitie* to suit ptrrcba*?rs. No order*, w ill be attended to unb**? accompanied by tli* cash. The Type i? fr<-?? the foundry ol" <ieors-e Brue>. and ts in Rood order. Price 20 centJ j-er pound, ca?h. ?v*" Alto ab->ut t'tTX Hi rr?g>.n ;-onn<U As*: at 30 tents. C7* Snb*crib*7*to the Tribune, who are about changing their residence,, will please l?are word at this office, or send a note through the PostrQiBce. _ - y~ ?ox Xntiirt of Fay't Hoboken with an extra". The JJUraphant ar,d Hunt's Maccxin*, Hanard University, X*od Pipe, be *~e First Page. rT/" For articles on Gen. .Irm'lrone;, Rnttia and her EntpcTar, Miller Monomania, Str., ?*?? L*?t rag*". fjo-,The ar?cl- in our yesterday's paper in relation to the <j;.prewion of L-.borers by certain Croton Contractors spok- of them aa Qitfn and...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 May 1843

Tfcr Union B^k <>f Tennessee has lately added $00,000 I ? cneCie to 'l* resources. "f^ota! amount of specie received at New-Orleans to the l?th inst-, inclusive, n ?.S.4!>4.172. The State < ommis-oonrr* ol < ?mik( ticnt have called ti-., it>Boosatonic Railroad Comnanv to redeem two hundred Awitind. two hundred and fifty thousand of their out- | jL^Rnp.bank notes, by whidi the railroad was constructed. 1 -Th* Harrisbun; Rcportei declares that an effort i? about to be made to resuscitate the dead United States Bank, and the Philadelphia Sentinel says that a nnmbi rof London capital y-g hare arrived in that Vity direct from England, foi tiie fpot<. ,,f reviving the U. S. Btnk. [f the arrangements ' fan perfect~d, it ui presumed thai the Bank will resume ttosjn-iti on or before the I5th of May. G?onre B- Reed has been elected Cashier of the Bank of Smith Carolina, at Charleston, vice Thomas Chapman, de? ceased. TaefoHowiog Philadelphia Bank* have declared drvi (jflj...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 May 1843

General Armstrong;. : . lost nearly .ill ??? cr?ht by th-- loss of U --hm," T. .. . ,;v. ?irr, V iv.- * ScCP-Wy o| \. W,' ?hei? he W? rl with feto] -KxlrtA?f ?e??to d-fead theCapitaloi . .. ?.. , .ft^-r bf. had been earnestly sollClftXl to ?* .,< rbzt wcsti* iod "I r??t?>-T*l ARMsiito-tc ? j... , [Unit--] Su:o ?JKtt*. . ;? ought to have lirn the end of bis pub? lic career; or; rather, his public career ought to havi entted many years before. The d-s-rra.ee that the whole Nation suffered oh account of the capture of Washington City by a small body of British troops, not exceeding three or four thou Kind, c in never be entirely effaced.?Well has il I obi rved, by the Editor of tlie Dnited States Gazette, that Gen. Aemstboxc "'was charged th total neglect of means to defend the Capita] of the Nation, even after lie had been earnestly solicited to supply those means."' The writer 6l this article now the Senior Editor of the Stcubeh vifhs Gazette; was in a position to know somethin...

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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