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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 May 1843

pel tfEW-YOR'K TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ' ete*r moeni?g, svxdat bxcepted, it 160 nVmai-st. (oriosiT?: (i rv ii uX, ) N?:w-Yoiik. a/un.V.?1 to City Subscribers lor NINE (. ENI S3 p ?^t Siwrl. r.j...-. TWO I EN TS. Mail Subscribe ?tlrrADiiuin. i" ??Ivane*-; ami the paper in no case contin Zjle- o-A the time for winch it is paid. Subscriptions ta? ken for Sit Monthi. T"ira< of Advertising: TEV lines <>r less, (oT?r Six,) Firal insertion... 5cI Cents. ?? for each su'.'vsjuei,; insertion.z5 " i, " for S-'v insertions, or one week... Si t*3 " m " for Tv%r.STV-KivK insertions.iOO " Lonkter AdTertisenwBts at equallv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Larr* Pappr. for the Country, is pcbmshed rvrKV J at It ed at MoaNiNO At the low Vnc" "' TWO DOLLARSjserannum, in advance. IIiaiu?E', Relioiocs and Fcsebju. Notices, not ex fftfoat fire liaes, 2i cent*. THE TRIB?NE. Setters from (Genoa.No. V. Correspondence of The Tribune/ <ii:vos, March. 1SI3. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 May 1843

THE TPRIB?NE7 NEW.YORK, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1843. yoii PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF ?-r.5TI.-CKT. rr_f Two TuofiAfD POCXPS of Brevier Type ate im bjc on this pepei ar-? for sale. It will be sold in qcanntiet to soil j uchasexs. N 0 ( rden will be attended to unless ac*omrsanied "by the ca?h. The Type ii from thr- fonndry of Get rge Brace, and u in good ..rder. Price 20 cent* per potmd, cash. ALo aboot Fite HciDaro poonds Agat at 30 cent*. rf General Committee ...f DEMO?-'RAT1C WHIG TOUNG -MEN. for LMX-New-\ork. May ?. ttfJ. A Special M.-n ?/ of thwl omratttee wiU.be lield at Broad? way House, no Friday Eveainjr, the Wi of May. at half pan Toe!..:,. By ?%moy DOUOHERTF, ( toiraun. ? .hsmm h'. ranai,!^^ James B. 8war.?r,. 5 _ RU ?7" Sttbacribersto the Tribttne, who are about changing their residences, will please leave word at this office, or s*nd a tote through the Post-Office.;: .-. fCr" For an interestina; Letter from Genoa, fcc. s<* First Page ILT" For another number of Political Histor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 May 1843

\ Rich Source of Revenue vet Tntaxei..? The foilowin"- hint to legislators we find in an ex. fange P3^ Thc article if taxed W?uid 1,0 th? S valuable source of revenue we know of.? Jonlv think/ said Mrs. Brown to another gossip. ?tbcm Loco-Focos arc going lo put on mon taxes.*' M No : vou ^? n t ,sa*v s" ' " " ^,il<'-v be; the paper says they '11 tax our credulity'' The late Dr. Robert Southry.?We hear {hat thc librarv of this distinguished man is con? signed to the charge of Leigh Sotheby for public ?]c, and will speedily be brought to London. The collection, inasmuch as very many of the hook? bear internal evidence of their constant use bv the late Poet Laureate, will no doubt create considerable interest. I>r. Southcy was ardently fcadof Spanish 'literature, in which his library, ire believe, is particularly rich. MONEY MARKET. gales at the Stock Exchange, May 4. ?1450 N > l it) 5s, '?>*? WJ 15 do DJ s; Hud . - -100i 4,500 N V State 7s,'49.106 15 do di.K*? jOOO do do 6...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 May 1843

political JDlstvcv -*"- XVIir Piepuea for The TriW; by ?o*vi!. Williaw. - j t m "l?n or CMOS PSC?TO?rT>? ; CO??rr ? tZZyk+T**' acxr-c- .om* or r?? Wc bar? already noticed the confedcrratton oi the New-England Colonies formed, in 1643, which . confirmed about forty years. In consequence of j difficulties which arose between the English and . French, relative to the boundaries between the posseosions of the respective powers in North America, after the treaty of AixJa-Cftapefle, in 1146 ; the British cabinet, in contemplation of : another war with France, took measures to sc. cure the fidelity and aid of the six nations of In. dians, also to recommend a union of the colonies, to enable Ihcrn to act with efficiency. The board ' of trade, in .September, 1753, sent instructions to the Governor of New-York to hold a treaty with the six Indian nations ; and the other colonies, or the most of them, received instructions also, to j send commissioners to be present at this meeting, and uni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 May 1843

jgfv^YORK TRIBUNE. .^r.VORK DAILY TRIB?NE IS PUBLISHED ? EVERY UORSISO, sunday exckpted, v....7--?t (orrosnr.Cm Hall,) Njt?v-Yo?k, P#*\tdu? Ci y SoWriber* for NINE CENTS pei ^?l'Ir^4c^ TWO ( ENTS. Mail Subscribers in advance; ind the paper in uoca* Pl?!?41 the time for which i: u l?u !- Snl icnpti >na U jjgScMontha. A' LINES or ?0Tel 'u*ert'0!'? ? ? 5-1 Cents. P <? for each subsequent insertion.25 ?* for Sjx insertions, or one week.. .$150 for Twestv-Fivk insertion-.500 " ty LoftJf'r Advertisemonts at efjnallv favorable rates. ?l THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ? y>ty Large Paper, lor the Country, it rcBLisnr.d Bt r.uv s iti eday wkmv. . joWprice' i TWO DOLLARS per annum, in "Ivane... ?dUttO*'? R'-licioi land Fc.n>;z?l Nonets, not ex? THE TRIBUNE" LATER FROM EUROPE, jfoncw steamer IIibekxia, ('apt. Judkixs, of .fjonardline, arrived at Boston on Thursday I^airjj, bringing twenty-five passeng rs from T^rpoo! to Halifax, severity-six I" Boston, with (gtcrpool dates to April 29t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 May 1843

^ ?- j_?BL_agj*yf""ggg"? THE TRIBUNE. _ NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1843. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, of kf. 1tcckt fX/" Two Tmov*a^d Pot. -ids of Brevier lirpe at* in us* On ?tis reaper are for sale. It will b? sold in quantities to sail p?rch??*:r*. No orders will unattended to unle>s accompanied by the cash. The Tyj* is from the foundry of Osonre Bruce, and is In Rood ord*r. Price 29 tut? per t>ound cash. CT** Also about Five Hrypxr.d poands Agit at 30 cents. ?7?* For? iumrrwry of the Foreign fewt. Literary Notice*. lie., ?** FirstPajtr. ;/- Foi < p')nn and an mteresting l>tt?r coticerning oar "Difficulties tci'h Morocco, see. Last Page. .National Policy and the Loto-Foco ?* plraitta to the Pre aide ncy. V\V havc already stated that the Low-Focus of Indiana, at their last State Convention, addressed ;i Circular to each of the known aspirants for the Presidential nomination of their party?(Capt. Tyler alone excepted;?requiring a direct ex? pression of his sentiments on t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 May 1843

Tbl* caito? ar* b-ing shipped from brat nanus I * ? ^fcaJir- The supplies ?* coming in slowly 1 '*4L Sooth but the stock is large I ^r4R>-Sales 200 bbds. New-Orleans at 5jc. Tin I Zz?&, the market. At auction, 1?0 hhds. sold at I -iV5 About $00 bundles North River have been taken 8 the latter for very prime; The stock is again ? fH iL E B 0 N E. ?We notice further sales of South Set? *c 'cash for -sport. '-M Bale* have been made of 600 bbls. Crode Whale, ?3, at 3lA. and 500 do. North West at 32. We be ^friere is but"out cargo now m market, w hich is le-ld AAV4.L STORES.?We notice sales 1.300 bbls. North 1-v Turpentine at $2 50. For a parcel of Wilmington ^'%a refused. Spirits Turpentine are held at 36 a 37c. ft^dm of Turpentine are .waiting further advices ''jjfjon to the amount of Stores destroyed at Wilmington , ? fire. VplRjTS.?We notice sales 15 pipes J. Wolfe's R?chelle ^jci at 1 "?. A:1'1 1" P'pe* ?. Seignetle Brandy at rANDLES.?Sales 100 bora Winchester's besi 10s, 25 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 May 1843

e_!_._ . ._ From rb* Southern Literary Metsenger. ?To southern 3?arBs. BT r. iCCV?TCi SHEA. " To ill th*- known and unknown bn-ds of Virginia and of at* South.'-' LSo=iii-rt. Lit. M^t. Spirit of song, that, in th* eldVr,tirne, Mysterious dwelling farb*yo-"i :'<>-- ??}<? Of Tuim nnethereal, throued sublime. Kfld'it near the gold-ri chambers of the iky. O'er Piodu* ampl- ?r Olyrnpua high, Not wid-lv were thy inspirations then Bequeath, for then tfou did"*; the gjfl deny Of sacred iong, usee to the v. OttdrrrOCU me?? Tlie fereinne? of Soul, by trioughtful grove and glen Then was thy kindling influence confirmd Withio the pr'Cinct? of tier elas?e Bail But iu that clilrn empire of th- Mind, Sha sprrad* no louger now th* -xrlu.iT?- feast la charmed Ca?ialy, her sOng has < -ased: The fruitage offerings of the D-iphK bo**-rs Are consecrated not. by D-lphot" pnest. Now to th? bird of ThebV*: Erosa Athens3 towers No shoot of Freedom now rings to th? circling boars I B'j'. wbeietbe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 May 1843

If J?2W-YORI4. TRIBtoiE. r TH? Sf^-YORK DAILY TRIBUTE IS rTHL-SHED ' EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, * . \Aj?Ai-t.t. (crroiiTE Citv Hall,) New-York, ??<i tL?;vrml to City Subscribers foi NINE ( ENT8 rer i Smrle copies TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers \ t> ??' "mm, in advance; awl the paper in no case con tin' f - He? t> ?ad the timr foi which it in paid, Subscriptions u i> Si\ .Mouths. _ ? Terms of Adv?rii*ir.ir: y-:. iNES orfcss. (over Sis,) First inwrtion... 50 Cents. for.each subsequent iasertion.25 ?' for Sjx insertious, or one_week... St 50 " " for TwEKTt*Frv>jj.rti" !<." fry* Ltmser Advertisements atcjnallv favorable f.i-i. i THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE 5 A Very L.u?t Paper, for th~ Country, i) rpBLiSHnn bverv sm uuv Moiunxn At the low jiriw ?>! TWO DOLL A KS per annum, in advance . Marbm'.? KtMGiocsand Fu^Kaax Notices, notes e/t-'m.. lire liues, c> cents. T THE TRIBUNE! Jtficliit;''.!i and hrr itrepudiated Conds?Tire Reason ol I lie Case. f ;.>rre?vuid? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 May 1843

NE W.YORK, MONDAY, MAY 8, 1843. , """" Tor president. HENRY CL(AY, rr/*- Two ThocsaJD Fort??? of Brtrier Typ" ate in uv ?n this paper *xe for sale. It will be *<"!d in crovititiea to xuit j porckoen. No ordrri will be attended toonlev? accompanied F. fey the cash. The Type is from the foundry of George Brace, and i* in good order. Price 2? cent* pr i-ound, cash. ?7" Also about Fivr. Hononr-o pounds A*at atJC cents, j 0^7? ? Wchtttr? lefexrutt to die h-adinc of an article " Sure i ?posed Aneit of the Murdejws." wishes to knon whether the arrest wai .opposed or real. The arresl of (kt natrderert ? ?% supposed, as they <re not known to fcs such; but the arrest of the svj'T-osid mmdrir-n- wa. doubtless reoi. ?7- Vom Letter from Michigan coucerning their State . Stockt, ste Fiat Page. (?7*" For aa interestiiut fitter front Boston, * Po'ia and deferred City Newt, ttn Last Page. Omen* In Virginia. Westm?kklanf> County, the birth-place of "Washington, has given the largest Whig ma ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 May 1843

\ar in Paris ronunuiucales this instance of j \ yS?e enterprise, which is both amusing; and j I s*?: ; pxbis.Apra-. I have been amused lately willi an instance of Yankee enterprise worthy of notice. There was a little steamer called the Bang? I ?fjrertiecd last-summer, to snilfrom Boston for the . forts, (hkaltar. Malta and Corataiitanople.? $e vraa a little thing, built strong, with a power ^jen-ine. to inn between Boston and Bangor. This bold push for Europe, amazed people very ! much, jwrticnlarly as tbey advertised for passen j fers. Sie sailed, and the first thing that was [ jj^ard ?f 'cr SM': I,ul m'? Halifax ; which possi Wrmav be accounted for by tlie fact that coal i. Reaper there than in Boston. $ext we hear of her, she is in Gibraltar, tow yjgvesseli detuned in the (int. Then at C<>n. gtantinoplc, towing vessels through the Ihirda aclles; and !a-4lv, carrying passengers and pil ?rials from Cons?uitinople to Trcbizonde, on the Viatic side of the Black Sea. And I read...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 May 1843

THE TRIBUNE. Temperance Te*-Farly in Deacon Giles's 1 Distillery: CotTespO?drxiC- of The Tnbou*. Eosto?. April 6, 1313. I take the pen to sketch, though in a faint and inadequate manner, one of the sublimcst moral ?cenes of which I have ever been an eye-witness ; a scene, the report of which ought to fill the land ?with joy and thanksgiving, and which cannot fail to send a thrill of pleasure through the hearts of all who are interested in the wonderful and almost miraculous propre*? of the heaven-descend? ed cause of Temperance. Every body has heard of " Deacon Giles's Dis? tillery,"' immortalized by the Rev. George B. CflEBVE&'fl Dream several years ago: for which service that gentleman was first flogged in the streets of Salem, at the instigation, as was sup. posed, of the Deacon himself, and then tried and convicted of ajibel and imprisoned in the county jail. These events will cause Salem to be re? membered, long after the witchcraft of the olden time shall have been forgott...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 May 1843

f ^evV YORK TRIBUNE. : I vf\C YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ' I & EVERY morning, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, ' I v- ...r-iT forrosm City H\ll.) Nirw-Yoa*; I I Vft^ tly City Subscribers tn NINE CENTS p? 1 1 9jR^*l?& TWO CENTS. .Mail Subscribers - I ;n aJvance; and the papei in no imv COUtin 1 5fkSSd>timr for which it is r???L Subscriptions u- ? i I MfarMx Mf*?h*. . . B *^ Terras of Advertising^: I *vV LINES or less, (r,v?r Six.) Kiret insertion.. j? Cents. r I f*^ '' for each sul?ve,)u.-nt iiit.-rtiou.2b ii far ^xinsertions,or one week.. .$150 " m t " for Twe.n rv-Fn v: iusertiouj. ... .'j oO " I '^y, l/jazrt Advertisements equally favorable rates. I THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE rl k Terr Large rar-f, f<>r the Country, ? I |S eCBLISHKO EVEBr ?ATITgDATa?0aXI5O ? I iftxelsue price of T WO DOLLARS per annum, in advance I WjOjAor.s, Ri Lii.ior* unit Funebal Notices, not es , I Jjartvelmet. g cents._ **THE TRIBUNE. ^ The Knickerbocker, Coleridge, etc. vgr Jfjsicxr.RBOCKr.B fob M ?v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 May 1843

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1843. t OH FRESWENT, HENRY CLAY, OF KEMTVCXT. Kit * ffatfa r/ me Knickerbocker, w>?h ^.n..- fr msrks rcjtcer&ing Colmdee, tee Kir-' Page XT1" F->ra beautiful Poem, 77.t Kr?y c/ Sr. Simons,' by "by J. H- Hvrk-.m aud an article oo A??ocvat.ou. v Last Pau". I mmm_ Connecticut.?Gor. Cleveland, being confined at borne far thr fracture of his knee-pan, has trans? mitted to the Legislature Ins Annual Message.? It is very tame and non-committal. On the sub. jcet of the Tariff, Gov. C. says : '? In the two Message? which I bad !re- honor to rommanicaf. to the Geueral a - embly at u> opening of it* annual and < xtra sessions of th-- put jestt, my new* on this all-wnporta it subject,after nwch-coiwideiarion. were fully ??? disancth ? ?v.. j. and nu>*eoueut reflection ha* served out) to strengthen aud cuf.rm them. Those views ar- believed to be enter? tained and cherished also, by the great body of th- people ai Cw.a'":]rat. Th- v a-.fc ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 May 1843

?inrlit. and thev new could fore t~en properly can luTd asthat operatfoa consists not in w-ntiiig upon their ^bnt hi punching then, with round holes, thereby defec "TuV-n. in wch * manner ai effectual!) to prevent tlieir Sp-a^'ta [Mil into circulation- Tlie truth i*,th< Secretary fdaeed lumself i'i a very position, and although th? ?L^rtleis will endravot to sustain him as * matter of -e th- sooner he retraces his slep* the betlei Sh ' i'i ?flil to dosO we have no doubt that ( ongress will, by an ?tmr\'* rote, acknowledge tlie obligation of the Govern. , l0 .rtV ihr^* ii":-*- which h.'.ie he.n purchased by inno oat holder* in gooAfaitli, and thus administer a severe re* id, to tie- repudiating Secretary. fire dollar bill* purporting to be oi the Bank of I-;.ui^i ij3arein circulation in New Orleans, a bundling counter ffjr. and ei i.l. i.:!> altered from ? hill of the Bank of Com ?jitf. in Mississippi. 'I'h.- signature of the President i* jnjsmin Strong, instead of Story- and i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 May 1843

From ' The l?nckenSoeker' for May, ?rtjc Eres of -St. Simon's. Kor several years the ^ taw feffeasited ttasrfcosiey in the . ...... . ? Wen on Saipt Snn >n < UUu<l. on tlte coa Oonris. The jteeror. K>t. Mr. WsxKcn, has irenlarlr ?..,|J the hooey, a'"5 ?nrfVr'-"d'to "** Missionary Fnads: T/nn. he?< f*T 'n ^ m ?f Ute seas, An i'.UnJ fair ". All saatmer I ?.r tie- patient little b**s Are hu?v there. Th?- hont-T which they gather iu the..- round, Buzzing from flower to flower, They boar-i i; ;n a ?jo^iut bee-hire they f.aai la the oid church-tower. Th<-?r s:or* :<lakes trerr rear, do The bees t ntrplainj Tirt. know that Gco will tend, r.'-r.t Spring, a atw Sapply z.n.r.. T'r." produce ortbeh carefnl pairings go a To men in lands abroad, Who preach ' glad tidings of great joy ' to those Woo know ?'A ?Jod. Like Jonathan, when fainting be did roam The hungry watte, How was he .^u.ckci.i U whe.i an honey-comb He did but taste ' So to those weary h.bor<>r* on lone ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 May 1843

NEW-YOKK TRIBUNE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED every mornlxg, soxday excepted, ^MirrrU to City Subscribers f??i NINE CENTS ua *2USr Singlecopies TWO I ENTS. Mail Subscribers es per annum, in advance; and the paper in no-caaeeoutla oed beyond the time for which it i? paid. Subscnpuoiu ta? ken for Sis Mon?u. Trims of A <I v - r t i m n z : TEN LINKS <>r (nv.r Sit.) Fir?t insertion . 50Cents, u ?? for each subsequent insertion.z? ? " foi Sis insertions,or one week .. SI j" " <? " forTwENTy-Frreinsertions.ion " rr^e* L'":ikrr Ad vert i lements it equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Paper, for the ( onntry, IS PUBLISHED EVERY ?at1 lilt a ? Mo ft N INO At the low price ofTWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance MaRBiaces, Rklicious and Fckejul Notices, notes t*edtiiK ?vi lines, i> cents. ^^^^ THE TRIBUNE. jfrc?i'vic.i Urcmrv's Xrto ST/orfe. We hare ?ie pleasure of presenting this morning a characteristic and interesting extinct from 1 Home,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 May 1843

THE TRIBUNE. NEW.YORK,WEDNESDAY, M A V 10.1S43. FOR PRESIDEST. HENRY CLAY, or KF.frrcxr. py Two THOCtAJro Pot -?D? of Brevier Ty;* ateiu n.w Co this faj^r are for rate. It w ill b* %"la la o,uantiti?t to suit porrl ivrt. No ordrs vt ill be attended to uoleas accompanied by the cash. Tl?? Tvi* is from th* foundry 'if George Brur-. and is in E/Ood ord?r. Price #i cents per pound, ca?h. C?*" For a very interfering Chapter from trie new work of Frtdrrika Rrtma. see First PiZr. Id/' For a notice of the American Anti-Slat rry Soc iefy, a large amount of Editorial Newt Item* and other matter, we Lut Page, C^/*" Snbscriijert to tlie Tribune, who are about <iiau;:ir;g their residences, will pl?ase leave word at this office, or send a note through the Post-Odire. Dcmocrai y-The Pathfinder. Differing as we do most essentially fromnear ly every distinctive principle of Political Economy and GoverrnentaJ Science cherished by the doc. tors of the school specially known as 1 Loco-Fo? co '?belie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 May 1843

bberyaml Murder of SantaPc Traders. From the St. Louis New F.ra. April ?. Tbc intelligence from our Western border is ?och a-5 10 weite the keenest anxiety on the part j ill those interested in the Santa Ft- Trade.? jhf steamboat Weston arrived at this port last n^ht from the Upper Missouri, brings news of ^ murder of Charvis, a Mexican trader, whose jpproach to our settlements had already been an? nounced. We. learn from the Rej>orter, that Mr. p:m, the Clerk of the Weston, states that Wrn. Mason was arrested at Independence Landing on the 24th inst.. as one of ths supposed bandits, md that he confessed his guilt and gave up the Mmes of his accomplices. The facts connected ^th the murder and robbery of Charvis, are, in substance as follows : Antonio Jose Davi Charvis, a citizen of New Mexico, started about four weeks ago, from Santa fefor this State, accompanied bv 20 men. He hid with him a large sum of money, and took uro wagons with a number of mules. During (usjourney fifteen...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 May 1843

THE TRIBUNE._ ? Thk American Anti-Slavery Society (the old organization, which recognize- ' Wo? man's Rights',; held its anniversary yesterday in the Apollo Saloon?Francis C, Jacksos of Mas? sachusetts in the Chair, Probably 1500 persona were in attendance, but some of them were rather intent on 4 passim: the time of day ' than listen? ing to the procz-dmgs.?By the way. this habit ol gossiping in public assemblages is a gros? nuisance, and ought to be abated. Such meetings are not well calculated for furbishing up faded acquaint? anceships, swapping jack-knives or carrying on semi-flirtations. Many persons appear to forget the presence of any but themselves, when they should remember that some part of the acdience have actually assembled to see and hear what is done in pursuance of the call. The Annual Report was read by Mr. JVC. Hathaway of this State. It was quite long and rather ambitious, going over a grrat deal of ground. It boasted of the failure to repeal the Jury Law in this...

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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