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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 April 1842

Central \. Vork-Wormoni. I'nrmiuj.Ac Correspondence ofthe Tribar.e. L'tica, New-York. March 22, I?. From motives or" curio-ity I attended the Mot mo- meeting in this city-last evening. It wai tin 1 ever attended although society lias ?'.?'?: established here and meetings held for about ? veor. About 1.50 persons were present?men am women- Tho number of ' Saint*,' if I may .<!_?? from the few who took par: in the singing an kneh in prayer, was 25 or 30, oi the poorer inc mo-*t ignorant clus- of people. i*he principe ' man here, Blakesiey?who 1 believe was one o the twelve apostle3 who wer?' sent to Enrla:-< to preach the gospel two or ihre? years ago? preached from the text, I. Cor. 15, 11. ?? Tuet': is one glory of the sun, and another glory of the moon, and another glory of the -? irs.*' From these wor?is:,.; maintained that there were three hear ms, or mansions of blessedness for the redeemed. The first, tu Celestial heaven, represented by the ??glory of tii-- sun," is to bv...

Publication Title: New-York Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 April 1842

EU pera should stimulate putrefaction. An at? tempt was made at this time ro submerge the camp, bv diverting st torrent from its course, and directtn?' its waters agnin*t the entrenchments.? Forturiatc-lv it was prevent*-*!: a ennai guided the stream harmlessly away. In tar camp provisions had become extremely scarce: ammunition was plentiful. In the citadel both f.nxi aid powder wore nearly expended. The- Times then gives a sketch of the moye oacnts for several days subsequent. On the 22rid^ the grain whi^h supplied the cantonment at Deb mern was taken by tbe'Ghilzics?300 Ghoorkas being cut to pieces. They captured a gun and began to assemble in great numbers about the earn;'. Their force amounted to 10,000 : they were finally dispersed with great slaughter. The next day thev again attacked the camp but a severe storm put an end to the fight. The British lost several brav^ officers and about thirty other men severely wounded. 0? the 25th Mahomed Akhbar Khan?the favorite son of D?st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 April 1842

BY THIS MOHN ING'S MAIL. From cur Special Corr,-*;.ondent. WASiii.vcro.f, April 1342. Auer a brief, but able speech of Mr. Botts in j^piv to the- elaborate and interesting argument of Ur. Adams on the Mrxir-an Mission, the Apprb , priation bill was tuk.n out of Committee, ar.d the jnDSt of the amendments were concurrod in. In tap House a very important amendment wiu intru? ded by Mr. Botts and carried, by which tho Ex ifcurii'e Printing hereafter will be given by con? tract to the lowest bidder. The adoption of this jaeasure will afford an opportunity for tho craft at Xo ' "" p;irtici])Hte in the job.-, of tho Departments ami have a tendency to diminish the amount of tho Resident's patronage. I must not omit to say that Mr. Botts i* his half Jsour harangue, not only acquitted himself with ijrnal ability; but his gentlemanly and respectful bearing toward- the venerable Representative from Massachusetts. underthe exciting influences of the iobjecl of discussion, comm'mded him to the a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 April 1842

DilY GOODS E\V SPRING GOODS-?G. \V. _[ ^ MU1R k CO. 345 Broadway, respectfully invit. attention of the cit?e?** of New-York and strangers visiting the Cltv to tbeiriargeitock 01 FANCY AND STAPLE SPRING DRY GOODS. The wh"i'- stock Las i^cti recently pare based, and wil] found to contain a mot varied and desirable assortment at remarkabiy low prices. g Tlf following are a fe'a artiries in their k SILKS. Heavy pla'd Pou" de Sole, only 4- per yard. Very rich Glace striped db,5s6d ami 6s. Chiae striped Levantines, only 6s. Heiyy blue black plain Pou' de Sole, onlySa Watered Silk', ali color'. Blue black Satin striped Silks, very rick .Spbmdid Satin -tripe,! Gr*? d'Afriquts, a!': colors. MOUS. de la IN es M?ns, de Lair.e*; of excellent quality, 2- per yard Rieb Chene ditto, 2s 6d. P.enuuiui Pari- Goo<l-. all wool,'?- ? - One ca-?.- ol a new and elegant style Fla;? Moos, de Lain*-*, colored and 1 -la k Mourning and half Mourning de Laines Challis oi the richest and newest -tyies Ae- al ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 April 1842

iTHE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ]i pjibl fshed cvtry morning, a 1 N?". SO Ann ?reet. New-York, no'i delivered to Citr Subscribers for j SINE i.'KNT^ prwwk. Single copies Two;Cent*.? I >|*il Subscribers; per annum, in advance; and die paper . r..*f continuec bey?od the time fnr which it is paid. ?Bbscripti?nis likwn for Sil Months. I Terms of Advertising.... For es. h Advertisement of rti'.S Hnesoi le*s(oycritx) fip>t insertion. 50 C<*nt?. jn. fbrea Ii sul??equcnt insertion. ~5 " for SIX insertions; or one week.$1 50 ?' ) for TWENT YJTl VE insertions. 5 00 " I Longer Ad'vertisinenti at equally favorable rales. , \U '?.ReKgious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding |m linos; 25 cents! ; Th? W BEJCLY TRIBUNE, a very eirge piper, for \?t Country, u puousoed every SaturSay ranting, at the price o! $2 per annum, in advance. BS TRIBUNE. Iii.' ii.noi.ocv; ck Professions and Trades.? .':<? Edward JIaze.n. vols. 11!? 150. Harpe.-?' Family Library; I Those volumes give a succiact, tliougli;Clca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 April 1842

THE TRIBUNE. [?I ESDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1842. ? iirnrral Commit!?* of Dnnocratic WHIG \'nt:S*"' MKN'.-A special meeting of the abo?e i ?:,. w be held at the Broadway Hou?e on Wednes .; :v Evening, 2f):\; April, at "? o'clock. S l> JUckson ) a . A. W. BRADFORJ>, Ch'n. , K. Tavm a, ??_al3 2: I . We refer our readers generally, and particularly Me? chanic, Workmzmer. and all in favor of protecting H?rne Indu-try against Foreign pauper ?>rap^libn; to tie- Pros? pectus ol the'Am e ki c a n Lahorkr, which will be found in another, column; The first nwnberiis ju?t published, and may be obtained at this office. Price G- ef nt& I ? Persbl? desiringtbe Tribune to be/left,at their r?*si den ???.. uili please leave ihdraames at this office; and they will re^larlyseryed at an early hour. Price nine cents Cfcf* For farther Foreign Intelligence, in? cluding Lord Aberdeen's Reply to .Mr. Ste? venson on the Right of Search, gee Last Pag.-. {Tf** I'nr Foreign Literary Intelligence. ;m ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 April 1842

J r Iniouivt Association.?A meeting ol this ??-????<?'?" will be held at Monioe Hall on Tbe^y eve April 19, a: ,3 o*< lock. A general attendance is reuaested fTTcral solyecu embracing tbe wellare of the w.?- ' ?iitbe discussed; among other*, that o< derbme ?u ?; atatwto repefand refute theatrocious falsehoods wh !?ve bven heaped upon us by Bennett, the UeraM man f torwewdi not call him, until he cease* to derive ok sustenani. fromi tVe, brainsot his supple tool, the bloat AUTce. ?liose alcolwbc effusion? !..? pal mi on the public ti*? im? 0,.!:(,S1. orhls own base mind. The main ? -? debated is. ?bi shall be done'iwhfctbi. U-Uolcsa By order. SILAS CUM KERIXG, (?i ORGE c.RAV, I p? , Si J. Smith, ^ v'-rre!aric?. J r?M-lent <-uid and *ilvi?r^Arlizan?.. Alte ! ? Gol<Lantl>iilver Arthaas ol this City ami viciiiit ;,.:!;,. [.ffurts now being made t.\ the Importers ac other* interested in Foreign Manufacture t. reduce the d ...on j. vseiry. >-.:-.ei.\\ are. .vare reque...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 April 1842

Parther Foreign Intelligence. j. ,,,, _?{?;,,. following brief and clear statement (?: the English troubles in Afghanistan is from the \.. It throws: much light <>n the ?t?te of affairs in tliat country. '?: .,..!<?.- t>> make the matter more istelligible to ,,UJ read'-1?? w>- way state that in A?ghanistan, a mountainous region west of the Indias, lying between and 40 de9revs N latitude, the British lVe ?.:. involvei In war by interfering in the dvnastic quarrels of the native Prince-. Affghan Utn lb i between JVr>ia and Hindoostan, and from time immemorial has been the rout for the invader* oi India corning from the West. It is looked op . : England as tlie barrier (while in the hands of ndlv native pow rrs ) or her Indian Emtdreagtiin-t id I European ' aggression^, and especially that of ftfi-sia. Russib, operating through i'r.rsia. and ?lisuvdwin" it1 own agents whenever their traces .. :? discovered, is supposed to be at the bottom .? ?be lirhcultics which i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 April 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE 1? puolTsbeH evory morninr, at No. SO Ann street. New-York, anri delivered to Ci\r Subscribers for NINE CENTS;per.week. Single copies Two Cents.? Mail <u!>?<irH.x-j ji?t annum, in advance, and the papyr in no rase continued l*-yond th? limp for which it Ls paid. Subscriptions takvn for Six Months. Tonru of AdvertiswR_For <-a< L Advertisement oi TEN lines or le?*:(oyer.-six) first insertion. 50 Cents. do. (or ea h subsequent insertion. 25 " do. for-SIX insertions, or one week.$1 -50 " i'.c for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 00 " LongT Ari verlismenU at equally favorable rat*??. Marriage*, Religions and Funeral Notices, not exceeding fiv? lin*-*. 25 cents. IT The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large papeT, Tor the Country, is puoiisned erery Saturday morning, at the t ow price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Tun Fame a so Glory uk England Vindicated, Being .in Answer to die " Glory and Sham'- of Eng land." By l.ih> aTAS. New-York und London', Wiley ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 April 1842

ii mi? ia??. THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL rJ0, 1842. CT General Committee of Democratic WHIG VOUNG MKN.-A special nwcting of :tbe above Committee will be held at the Broadway House on Wednes? day Evening, 20th April, at o'clock; s. P. Jackson, ) . . A. W. BRADFORD. Ch'n. ? C. K. Taylor, 5 ^ *?_?1? 2i IT An AGENT for the vile of this paper, and the Amef.i. eras Lahore.;*, is wanted at Providence, R. Lyto commence on Monday, the 25lh instant. Y 'r Persons desiring the Trihune to be >ft at their resi? dences, will please leave their sames at the- office, and tbey will Uv regu.arly served at an eerly hoar. Price nine cent* a week. 3D* Will some (Heed in the Eighth Ward oblige us with a few Of thf ballots such a* die Lpco-Foco Inspector* rejected *>r burned as double vote*. We want ?mt to.t.c? up on oar bulletin, that the People navy judge whether tbey are crarc r.ot good votes. 7 .' Will our Iriend in the Ninth Ward who wrote u< th* tarts with regard to the emigration ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 April 1842

MONEY MARKET. ?In lea nt ihr fHtock Exrhnnxc, April 10. 5 Ueii Ha-1.cash 92 I I.VX,Jwv R. 05 30 .!?. 92? 75 do..". tV,i ?0 .in.?.'{ days Ml *"? do.b30 dayg GG J5 do. 92i 25 Mohawk. 43? ;\ do.s 3 days 92*\ 25 ein. 49 23 do.s 10 days 92j 25 do.s60 days'43 j<H> ito.* 6 iii'oj DO 2"> do.~.. 4"i 25 Bank Ol Am. 25 dn.b t>0 day? 30 50 Rk of Com ?ct..s4m?s 50 j 25 do.*.. .V) I?" ^1 < eei Rnnk'g Asa_. SO 25 do.nexl week -r-Cj 25 r. S. Bank. 'ij 50 do.sGO dav. .5" M (?bin LlfeiiT.55 25 do.. lOdays 50 10 Ulica ic Sehen. K_12? 50 do.b30dav?;50 3 Au A. Koch R. 99 j 8.5 d<.b 3 davs 5<i 20 do.ICO [150 do.' 1.5 days '-'i 2?o I.ouir Island. 50 ;l5n Paterson.h3 day- 4** 50 HarlemU....b 10"dys 10 SCO do.? Gfl days 4?j 50 . 9;! .50 do.this week 4h W do.rash 9\\ 50 dr.b3?<ay*4'J 50 cl<>.h 30days 10 I 5n do....b nestweek 50 75 do. 9JI 2.5 Canton Co..s 20 days 19 150 do.b30*days 10 i 5u do.s this weck W :*1 do.:.. .. 931 30 do. 19* SECO.tU koaed. S?O Lohe Island.5a i 25 Mohaw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 April 1842

From BlackwoodN Magazine for Apr;!. D05T fiOHAMMED, THE HKRO of AVFOHAKISTAJ?. Tmk affairs of AffgbanUtan have elicited so rnu h interest, that a slight narrative of the rise of its late^o- ereign may serve to clear up some "J the narratives on the subject. A portion of die troops .-i Nadir Shah, in this invasion of India about a , . 5h,ee. were Afi'ghan??a race of^barbarians, habiting a country whose Alpine temperature in winter, and whose"fertility in summer, rendered them one of die most vigorous and athletic races of Northern India. Nadir, though a brilliant sbl ?,. .. u tvrant, and therefore "sated; bat, on hi- return to' Persia, he became a sot, and wns ua*il\ circumvented by a conrt cabal. Poison and the da?gor arc the .r>i>ior:i Bill of Rights. \ con? spiracy was formed against him. and ho was .-tab? bed when lying in his tent, probably drunk. A peri of general convulsion followed, in which bis auxiiiarv troops fought each other, or dispersed to their own homes. In the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 April 1842

0-rTtwii'iuni.1 ?in? mmnmaaeamuamBmemaKmiammaMa THE NEW-YORE TRIBUNE Is I n 1?! r*!ied evVry morning, at No. 5f> Ann >!:. <?!. Vow-York, nnd delivered to Cht Snbsenbex? for NINK ? EXTS per week. Single copies Two Contv? .Mail S?twcxibersj >! per annum, u advanc.r, and to*- paper . in no case con;inueci beyond '?? lime for which il U paid. Subsorip?ons taken (V?r six Months. Perms oi Advertisuai>_For eai h Advertisement ol TEN line>orJes<(ovoj -x> Grsl insertion. 50 Cent-. do. forea Ii subsequent insoruon. 25 " do, \i-t SIX ii.ions, or one week.$1 50 " do. fox TV. r N TY-FI?E hw rtior-. 5 00 " Ijonsjer AdvOTtismenti a* equally favorable rates. M-,.-.-Ri ugiouiand Funeral Notices; not exceedirg five luv*. 2'> rents. J ~r The \s EEKLY TRIBUNE;a ?ery large paper, for t ??? Country, is punnaned every Saturctoy morning, at the I ow price of *2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. ? Tiik Poets isn Poetry 6? America?; Edited bv i l;;: us AV.tfriiswoLD ?This work ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 April 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 21. 1845. ; An Agext for the sale of this patv-r. and '.if: Av.rai i as Labore?., is wanted .it Providence, K. I., to commence on Mon lay; ?ie ~3>ch instant. (?7* For a notice of the Poets of America arm iMr. tMcDanielg'a Speech at the Fourier Festival, t?ee First Page. fTj?"* For Markets and New Viewa of Temperance, see Laet Page. 'I i To ? \fy>.?- ibehearUes* malignity and utter falsehood of ilir aua'-k upon u> in tl?r leading article of yesterday's San, it can only be necessary in itat? that we \u-.< km/' ? m 'i/ advocated fir giving of JAc C*arrpftr?Ii*n Pruittnjf fcy co-i i??--; (a ?4? lowest bidder, and that u-c A/n< umfi'tnly declared t', our friends (many of.whom have tendered us ?ieir ?up .,r.rr; 'hi' would in no c*sc Lc a candidate for that Print' '"2!t or rieeive ?'. on any tzrnvt. If any one think o-jr n ord needs i udorsement on these points, we refer hlra to the Al? derman elect of. the Fifteenth Ward, or to any on'- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 April 1842

MONEY MARKET. (ftalra nt lh? Miork Exchnnge, April 20. JO r>! 1. Hn.l.50 do.? 3 day* jrt 4a do.etohvJw ?r> do.cash 10* V) do.hSO dar? ?3j 50 do.b 30'days 104 do.next week B3 K?> <lo . !<% >C.o do. W . 50 do.? 3 days 10$ 55 do.- 30 da? !>-' 26 N Jersey...b SO da-. - ?. I *3 do.cash 92<| 100 dr..90 daVsWi .5 dp..ca>lj 92j G IJiica i Srhea..cash.l2bi . do.sSOdays to I 30 .\. V. i Eric R. 5] yi Me.inanicsr. 5? 1 -;o . .,. r{ .ii l/nion Bank. in ? 25 Mohawk_s '.?> davs 52j 13 Bank ol Am. 82 100 do.".. 52 15 Hiikot'iC?m..*crip.9-tm ;<l ; 5n do. 51? ixj do.* ?? mos j 25 do.* i mo? 50 40 Mec Bank'g Ass... . .V) j 25 df..bfiOdavs 52 1" Am. F.K Baal. 57 I 50 do..10 days 51 C?j lih""i? Bank . 7 25 do.3Vday~?-'5lj 1. Long Island. v, .'.. .,i 2i0 do. 2\ do.? 3 days 5.1 2s<> da_? next week 5<J | 25 do.bSOdavs -V j 100 do.ravh 50jj ?r? do.b ; mm .V" ; ? do_? next week 50 220 do.cash 43 .Vi do..Vi I :a do.b30 day. <?} 100 df. WJj 2r> do.Ii -1 m'os 5?'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 April 1842

Country TOnrUcI?. Our Market? ar* I sopplled with all kinds of n?eat,fi?h; and \< getables hot cono'nac dull. Shad arr ?r?ititr a: *H' per irjo; Abont50s\?W Erg* arrived within the !a?t eight days chiefly from the North and East. Bu'ter 1? earning to ottite *d ntif'olly and fresh andgood readily commands 25 cent- p?-r !h. from the boats. Below ?? a Table of the tle'.iii I'ricen of B'roriiion?. I'ael. Fruit &-<?. in .\c.v-Vork?Prepared forTb? Ti bune. Apple*, green, per peek. 5? ? Purk, ?alted. pt r !'?. " Apple?,dried,.per quart. 5 Pig?.roa?ting.1 H?:t? '. fresh, per It. ... 23 Pigs' Feet, ne- 1!.. 3 Kutter; ?rkin. per lb_ IZl Benches, dried, per qi . 12; ? ??? pei lb. < POULTKYAND GAME? Beel'Stesks, per lb. 1" Chickens, per ipair? "5 Beef, sailed, perlli. C! Fowls, per pair. <fT; Beef,sTiiok?l>c dr:esi,lb. i Turkeys each.1 50 Corn Mind; per " Iba_ 12 Duck.Aame.'.eacb. -50 Che. per lb. '? Duck,.wild, >acli. IS Cl-ith-. per IW). 50 Geesr, each. 87j Eggs. 12 .for...

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