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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 May 1843

l^W-YOKK "TRIBUNE. THENKVV.yORK DAILV TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVCUV MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, At UV? Va??i -?t. (oppnslTK ClTt ?ALS,) New-ToRK, And delivVpd to City Subscribers for NINE CENTS per *?vk. Sii?-!* c.;;- ? - TWO CENTS. Mail Sul.*. r.U.s li per ana it iu, in advance; and the pajier in no case cootin u?t! bVvond the time for Which it is paid. Subscriptions ta? ken for sir .Mouth*. Terms of Advertising-: TEN LINES or less; (over bit.) First uuertion.1.. 50 Cents. ?? for each subsequent insertion.25 " ?? " for Su ui?ettii,llS. or one week.. . SI i0 " ?? " tor Xtrcisi vFiv?: insertion:.5 00 " p"r* Loshrer AdvcitiseoMsiti at eqnallv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WHEELV TRIBUNE A Very Lar^-e Paper, i<.r the Country, M Pt/BI.JstirP ItVRRY ill bda1 M F. "C|V(, Attheloiv price oi TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance MiRRiA.-.r.*. Religious and Fuxeral Nonets, not es ceding fire lines, 25 c? 1ts._ THE TR naT^m THF. Nr.'.V TTOBS BV T? II At/TH0H?39 Ol ' Till V! IGHBOBJ ? We are sure th...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 May 1843

THE TRIBUNE. NEW.yORiT, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1843 FOR PRESIDENT, EXRY CLAY, r>1 R e!?TC( K v ~ *? T? o Tnor?A-(D PooWOS Of Br?-rier Tyj* *fe in u? < ?. '. r"!"' a*" l"?V M"e- ?* **''" b<* T,,1't,";** to r>ardw?rr?i. No orlc-i wfflbeattenbYd to nnlrts acCOID] "mied b . 'i e Ca?h. TL<> Type :.? fr-'.m the fcuudrv of Grs- ?n.c? aud ;-, :n jrood order. Pr.cr- 20 err.r? r?*r pOOnd, Ca*h. "-7- 5..V-r,i^? the-Tribun', who are about chaasinr ?.i*:r resi'i^ic??, wiii picase lt-av? word it th;- ofEco. or ?etid 1 note 'h.-.'-tr:'/! the Post-Office. Crjf* For another Chapfr from /V? -ierikc BrtMer't fr wo.-k ' H*aie,*?ee F2r*s Page <v?. frtr -? varieJj of Editcric'". Literary Noti;::. *? ie Li.t Page ?rj- ? Th? Stricken of ti:<- H?rd' shaii speedily find a place. Free Trade n?:i Prosperity. Beach's <S??, of j/cstcrday, at the close of an article on the Chamber of Commerce and the Tariff controversy therein, makes the following audaciotia insertions : ?? mr business m?n t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 May 1843

?Tiere have been sal*3 of 5300 Savanilla and if^rii a'rmts; 1MK) Maramoras, II. both 6 mm . ^ Rio Hache, far cash, about equal to 9i. 6 mos.; 'J a 300 }*Z Btnuoi Ivrrt on terms hot made public, and TOO to ^JvGraude. C-?i I1"1) a: ?-? ,nPi>c*? 3 p-r cent -tf foe C*01L.?We notice further sal.-, of 1500 bbb crude Whale ?il- Linseed is dull and sales have been made lower than naitvmi rate?- Sai"'1 wrt0<) ,u* Pa!m at 5< Ar N, ? Bed r^--d th*-*?* had been an improvement in demand and [nice. ^about3300 bbla at M a M). aud 300 do inferior 531. PROVISIONS.?There is Mill not much doing and^ork i?g%downward tendency. We notice s.-.|.s of 100 to 200 bb!s new M'^s a: ft 25 a 9 371. but :$7A ? the firm quota, ?ins- State h*^ sold at 9 jO. New Prime is quoted at 7 50. galas 100 bbls Old Prime at C 76. Ue. fi, firm hut quiet. YtruT'i**' Prime 6 50 a $6 Lard i dull. Prim- Ohio u rrotth 6 a 6;. Pickled Meats in the absence of.supplies, t.-? quiet- Smoked is m very-active demand at full price...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 May 1843

THE TRIBUNE. From cnr Second Edition of yesterday. 33" Brooklyn, our faster City, is now blcs - d with tiro Common Councils,each of-which its ap. poiflting officers and exercising all authority. TUf Whig Council consists of ten AWermcn elected this Spring by the People ; the Loco of ci^ht Al? dermen, the Mayor, and one modest chap who claims to hold over from last year, in place of a Whir, elected this rear ! This is made out by claiming two votes for 'Chadbourne' and one for 4 Shalom' as intended for Isaac Chadhonme, one of th<- Loco-Foco candidates in the Seventh 'A'afi. and thus tying him with the Whig can didatr : This is a pleasant world, and there is a v . unassuming party in it. that might easily be named.?Of course, the Supreme Court mu.?t Bcttlo the matter at last; and the Whiga have proposed and urged such a settlement at first, but th'-ir opponents were a great deal too cunning to agree to it They will hold on as long a* . blc, as they can enly loee at last, which they...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 May 1843

XKW-VOKK TRIBUNE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED * EV5RY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEfTP.D, AtMNa?.ax-jr.(orpoMTniCity H^igKx^Ym a ,!,V -.ered to City Subscriber* for NINE OEM 5 p?i A*i?k Smel- ' "pips TWO CEN TS. Mail Subscribers u'nri annum, in adraru and tbe j-a/e-r in no case condo? ned berond the time for which it is paid. Sulscnptious U VmfofSit Mpoths. Tnmi of Anrer11sin?r: TEN LINES or less, (orerSixr) Firat uuerrion... SO Cents. .. * ?? for each subsequent insertion.25 ?< ?* foi Six insertions,or one week... Si SO " h ?? for Tw r."tTV-Fivr. iiisertiims.5 00 " \y Loncer Ad1 <-rri."!o?s"ir. at equally farorable i THE NEW-YORK:WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Larire Paper, fr the Country, H PUBLISHED nrhv ? \T I nt-av MORJCIXfl At the low price ,.i TWO DOLLARS i"-< annum; iu advance MiRRUOM. Rn.ininr, and Fujtr.Rax Noticis. not er rrediiiiC five lines, 25 r.-nr<._ & THE TRIBUNE. ' PA ST AND PRESENT:' Bv Carlyle. (1 rol. pp. ?.*;, 12mo.) We have not room nor spirit for a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 May 1843

THE TRIBUNE, NEW-YORK, FRIDAY, MAY L2, 1843. f OB PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, ok K vt'' vv. 33"*" Fd/ > Notice of Cariyle?s new work. ' /-\r?; /ii.t? "Present* with flct/actz tad Urfrrr*<* Itr<ni,<j~ Fir?r Page. ?j^-' Foratouching Poeer, ' TV Stricte? o/ tie Il-rd a:id Sketchet of two "bliseUmaxy Jti\Ar'*'*i by Kt. M/. PoMrttOTaadDr Biirurr, (for vtlurh we hid uor room yssterday,) tet J-> i Paj ? The Times. Hovrevcr v. e may differ concern.ng the causes, there- w.rns no longer any doubt of the fart, that the times are gradually, steadily improving. The trade of our City, especially in Groceries and all nih. tanligls, has been better thifl Spring than for several years before. Our Canals arc passing more boats and receding more tolls then are usual at this season; '/'he Exchanges between the dif? ferent sections of th<- Country have- been mainly equalised, through the satisfaction of indebted, ness, and the approximation of the payments to the purchases of the Co on try ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 May 1843

rrhe Anniversaries ...May, 1*43. * Friday 12tA. i b dF.M^Taberaselc, 10 a. M. tsy-rican Societv for Meliorating the condition of the * j,~-,__D!iteh fteibnned Church c?>r. \iv><u:*- and Green streets, 7J P- M ?ocial r^fwm Conveatjoa?10 A. M. National Hall. ip*.ThomasThorn, indicted for the murder of E?slia Wilson in Cumberland Co., Maine, was on Tuesday morning convicted of Wilful Murder in the first degree. Mrs. Wilson, wife of the vir-, lim, was immediately put on trial for participa. tion in the same awful crime. The Portland Bulletin, speaking of Thorn, says?' He is cvi rjfnttr .i man of inferior capacities, and wc should think from the expression of his featun s, one who would not have a deep sense of the consequences of tiic crime of murder, if he wen- bent on com nritting one. His eye is the most remarkable feature in his countenance. It is black, glitter? ing and restk-ss. Some of the .Jurors, when called upon at the outset of the proceedings to look him in the fare...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 May 1843

F-.r Tie-Tribut,.-. ?0? Stritten of tje jtt)cr?. " Le? Hl?-? rienr? da coeur rjui id*umi! ici flenriroat ;>!n d->or^ ?;i ri. !.*" - RaCTXK. My Sister! Oh, my Sister! I come to thf<* to die, r?Neath the radiance of thy sunny check, And the glory of thine eye ! Bat, Sister ! Oh, my Sister ! Breathe not a chiding word. With the arrow in her panting breast To *' the stricken of the ILrd." The wounded deer forsakes the plain, And seeks the silent wood, To die amid the branching trees Of its holy solitnde : In the silence of my early home. [, too, return to die, 'Xeath Uie radiance of thy sunny cheek. And the glory of thine eye. And flowers I bring thee, withered, To scatter o'er my grave,? Oh 1 strew them there all tenderly? They are the flowers //*? gave ! But Sistrr ! Oh, my Sister ! Why weep .-?t thou that I come To greet once more this peaceful spot, My happy childhood's home ' "1* was here we chased the butterfly, And plucked the scented flowers, ' T was hen that passed so ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 May 1843

,1 JJi ?w - * V?? -rtt? NEW-YORK DAILV TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED evckv mormno, 8cxday EXCr.lTF.D, AI16,- Ni-?.?v.-?T. (orposiir < ii y HalU N'kw-Tom, . lA hrmA to f itv Subscribers lor NINE * ENI S r*i *^*Sfccop,i TWO CENTS. M...I S.^nt,;, SSatWUB,? adwa^and the papei in no ca?coutihr j^j befoai the time i^r which it is paid. Subscription ta? bs/or Six Month*. *^ Terms o f A d t c r 11 m n ? : "EN LINES oi less, (overSix,) First insertion....50 Cents. *,? " for each subsequent insertion.25 " ? for Sixinsertions.orone week... $150 " m " forTweJsTTrFlvBinsertions.ion " rry Lor.xtr Advertisements Mruallv favorable rate*. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Yery Lartrr Paper, I'.r the Country, ii nJBLISHKp evert s.vtuudat mormmg jlttbf low pric*- of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance jlilEUCKs, Rr.Liciocs and Fc.ieral Notices, nor ex ttedin< fite lines, 25 cents. bsTFhe tribune. Ten Days Later from Europe. By Hu- Great "Western. The steamship Great Western, Capt Hos Jceu. arrived at this port...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 May 1843

the tribl ne'._ 1VEW.YORK. SATl'R IM Y, MAY 13, 1843. ' voet PresIdent, HENRY CLAY, Of KK.-TCCJCT. i2_r** Pemoit? wuhm;; to subscribe f< r Tin. TWTCSE ill Pmi_-PgtrMij,and the adjoining Districts, ?tli be?-.-wt r~ gulir!) every day 0:1 the arrival of tlie car? at 12 o'clock, DOOfl at tie- low price of Jo cents j-r month, b> lea' ing tivir iinia-s withidle undersigned. Siu*r>-c-vi-i two cents. The "Week? ly Tnbui.? i-r No, '.t c-aU. K. W. CARR. Korans Offic-. Philadelphia. f_/- T?n Thot j_-o I'm. mos of Br?-? iei Tj pe ate in uv on tie? i*',*? bw for sale. It * ili 1"- ?'dd in ijuaatilie*. to suit rmrcl.*?r*. No on!-? vi il! beatuaided to unl^s, accotnpaaied b> tlK ca*h. Til"- T/;- i v from th-loui.dr) ??f<j?-rg- Brio-. ?xxl u r'.e^d order. Price 2') cent* per pound, ca.-b. Also about FtVK Hi KDKKd i ouudi Agat at JC cents. Sub?crib-rs to the Trib-ri-, who are about changing rVir reti'leiiC"?. will please leave w ord it this office, ut send i note through lh- P<nt-O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 May 1843

From tii* St. Louia Net? Kn. Arrival or two ov the Charvis Murderers. Tfo steamboat Oceana arrived thin rnorniii" Wcston, having on board, in charge ef the sheriff of Jacken county and a <.-uard, John M'panid the Captain of the gang,] and David ^?panicl, two of the men who were parties to the murder of the Mexican trader Charvis, and tic principals in that affair. The murder was committed, as is already known, about 2?0 mih i ?rorn Indepeodence, on the Santa Fc trace. Wc understand, from the gentlemen in charge of the prisoners, that the murder was committed about ta;o days after the robbery and division of the noils; that seven of the band, of whom Dr. Pre. loDtaine was one, refused to take part in the mur. der, left the band, and did pot a^ain unite with them. They*lost their horses, were compelled to bury their portion of the money in the prairie, and reached Independence on foot. Prefontaine Botin custody, but left Wcstport before the facts Were known, and, it is supposed, to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 May 1843

For T\t* Tribune. Sarre? iSeloCrj. ' D?-j>o?ait potentes a* ; et ei-aliavit hnmile*.' - PsiLM". nr Ar'.i-.Tv? >?!*>.. "VVjiat care I ho'-v frequent or dim The frown of the proud one mav be, 2dy pride end my hop*: are in Him, Who from bondage set Israel free, And buried her foes in the pea. But if in contentment I tread, Mid the splendor and pomp of this sphere, T is not that ambition is dead ; It is that my upirit is there, Far. far o'er the wide field* of air. Give ingots to misers and kin?* ! Tlie glen and the mountain for me. Where Nature's v:i!d melody rings, And the green leaves axe dancing w ith glee In the arms of the old forest tree. Where the cataract leaps in it_s pride, And the rivulet gushes along, The wild flowers kiusinj- its tiur, Or dancing, in fairy-likc throng. Round the home of the Spirit of Song. Or forth on ereation to look, When no. Wave of the ocean is curled, WJ/fin N?.ture unfoldcth her book. Arid, the banner of morning 's unfurled, And light is awa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 May 1843

^EW-YOKK TRIBUNE. v v W-TORK D A J L V TR IBIWIE IS PI ID LI SHED EVERY HORNING, SilNDAl EXCEPTED, . Si,,.l->t.(&rro?iTr:<.iiv H.si.l.).N?\v-Y"ork, A?T? Subscribers lor NINE CENTS y* ^!S&?eo^ TWO CENTS. .Mail Subscribe ?77? annum, in advanCa?: and Uw pap? in no case COutin ^fleyoad rjiiw for much it u paid. Subscriptions tar ?/or Six >!<?*?? , . , ta Terms of A.d y e r t ? * i B jr #: ?rrV LINES or lra?, (over Sis ) First insertion... 50C?*nts. m for each subsequent insertion.25 " ? " for Sj* insertions, ?r on? ss?~-k.. . Si 50 " m " for Tw e!*i t-Kis e insertions..... .5 00 " tj^" Loa/? Advtrtisemtti'j; at eiitisllv favorable rat-*s. THP: NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Paper, c,r the Country, it M ulish* [> BVKR1 *aJ: BDSV MORXISfi Arti^'o" priceol TWO DOLLARS i?-: annum, in advance m.shapes. Rrxienocsand FcNtaax Notices, notes ^tdingfr.e lines. 25 cents. '"THE TRIBUNE. John ?I. Holts vs. John Tyler. k JYtBchery ?nm?shuA. Mr. Botts. having been charged ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 May 1843

THE TRIUNE _ KEW.YORK, MONDAY, MAY 15, I&3. FOR PKESWEXT, HENRY CLAY, or Ki..nitir. [q* Persons within? to Subscribe for The T ribv^e in "PfriLADfxrHiA, and the adjoining District... will b* s*rv-d re arnlarly every day on ?h- arriral of tb? car? at 12 o'clock, noon, at the low x*t\<-v of io r.ent? j?-r month, by leal Ug tivir names ??vrfh th?-uiid"r?igcfd. Single copies two cent*. The "Week? ly Tribune i>-t N" '?< cents. K. W. i'AKJt. F- rnm Office, ftiladelphia. IT/1" Subscribers to the Tribune, who .-.r?- aboat changing rh*ir res:iiMic-?. will yl-^k^ |?av?>word at this offic", or send a aote through the Post-OfTie?. vT" For an Interest in; Kstract from Belli'* fetter on John Tyltr, Literary Notices, ?odaVarietj ol Nctcsllcms, Xi-e Fir?t Pdge. For a noble and beantifnl Poe? by Worjpswortm on t";ro<e I)ar>.in~, Thom the Murderer, Lejevrt tie Seducer, and Newt Items, Me- La?t Pa^*-. {Cj- We copied on Saturday from a Virginia p*p?r a list ?f the new Members of C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 May 1843

I g^y OF A VlIXAJNAM> HIS VlCTIM?Wo '. t/ivf_4 correspondent of the Boston Bee . ^ following account oi oneoi the inmates lice Vermont Lunatic Asylum, at BratUeboTo' : ?jncf wealthy parents, idolized in youth, ^.^cd in the indulgence of her fondest hopes, ^perfected in every accomplishment of the ?" shc was the pride of her family and the bellt 3 the social circle, whose destiny she controlled. Oae ?f those enthusiastic beings, who are never j?ti?fied with divided affection, her mind was so ^aisitcly strung that the least discord afflicted ..'and marred the music of the whole. .Some three vears since, she was introduced to a young naval officer, who soon wooed and won her. but. rillain-iikc, having sported awhile with the choice joTver which nothing but summer and sunshine should gladden, and after having by sedulous at. boot "appropriated the rare gem to hims'-!f, left it grposed to the rude- bla.st of winter, until chiller] crushed, it has fallen to the ground, scarce jjjfj bla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 May 1843

Grace Barling. er woudswo&tm. AX05C the d^elkn in the silent fields TH*- natural heart i. toocbed, and public way And Crowded street resound with ballad strains, Jospirerl bj 05t W*aO*C rerj r.am- '?--peaks Favor divine, exalting human lore : Wi.om, ?ince her birth, *?n hleak N"rlhnmhria's const; Known tiatofew, bat prized** fax as known, A t?ir,sle act endears Ui high and low Through the whole land?to M>-jih<-.oc\ moved in spite Of the world's freezing rares?to zervroni Youth? To Infancy, that lisps bet p.-ais.- -and Age, Whose eye reflect* it, gisteuiug through a tear Of U'?mn'h>? > admiration. Such true fdme A war* bei row : bat, verily. -jrA deexLs Do noinii*,ri<.hsb!e record find fcate in CM rolll "f he jv*n, w here }?eri may lire A th-ine for aueels, when they celebrate The hirh-sonJed virtues which forgetful earth Ha* wifjie.'.M. Oh ! thai w inda and waves could ?peak Of things which rhe;r unile.1 je.wer called forth From the pure dep'h* of her hnrodoity ! ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 May 1843

"sfEW^YORK TRIBUNE. rvr PTEVT-YOKK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED X?^" gx'KRV MOUOKG, 8?xoat KXCEITED, at 160 N*?al-st. (OffOtlTKClTY HaAl^N^YoM, . 7,?liver?-d v< City subscribers lor NINE CENTS pa ^ k Scoi^ TVVO CENTS. Marl Subscribers iVr^r antun, ia advance; and th- paper in no t^v- COCtin JfiTbeyoi.nl the i"ue lor which it 1? paid. Subacnpuous u iea for Six Months. Termsof Advertising: ?T?N LINES or less, (over Sit.) First ius-rtion... Mi Onts. '? for each snbs-rjoent insertion.2j " ? " for Six insertions, or one week... $1 jO " ? *? for Twkstv-Five iiisertio?s.5 00 " [fj/* Longer Advertisement., at -ijaallv favorable rate*. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE a. Very Large Paper, for the Country) is ri'BLisHKU r.vr.Kv * vT' uds v mop.mmi A.f rJtelow price ol TWO DOLLARS |?r annum, in advance yixiMxf.r.i. F.^.:u:<o';? and FuHEKxL Nonets, not-i cteding fire lines !5 cents ff?=THE TRIBUTE 'PAST AND PRESENT:' ByCarlyle. (Second Notice.) This is a great book?a noble lx>ok?and wc take b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 May 1843

THE TRIBUNE. ^E\V~y6rk7t^ ES DAY, MAY 16, 1843. f1>rpresjdestT~ HENRY CLAY, ok kk5tccky. Persons wishing to subsoiit'e for Thi. TjtlBCKE tn Philadclphia, and tii*- adjoining District*, will b? wrv-d re? gularly every day on the arrival of tie- cars at 12 o'clock, noon, at t!?? low price of j<l cent* p?-r month, bj lev tr.:r their nsmi with th?- undersigned. Single copie? two cents. The Week? ly Triburwr per No. Ot cents. E. W. CAKR. Forum Office, Philadelphia. fJ^T"" Subscribers to the Tribune, who are about changing their residences, will ide%>~ l?-are word at this office, or send a note ih.-oujjh the Post-Office. CT** For a Second Sot ice with ititerestins Extracts from CaKLvt-K's ' Pitt and Present? --?? First Page, For an Orijcinal Potin and an Aditrr%\ from J. Q. Adams, and oilier Sut*son the Annexation of Texat, se Last Page._ Texan and Slavery. Wc have found room at last for the able and forcible Address of certain Members of the last Congress in exposure of and oppo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 May 1843

^ .^TREAsrRT Notes.?The Washington ^ILontlent of the Journal of Commerce ?tates C<JJSwTB(r circumstances, which tend to im. ?? ? tc the Cuetom-House officials in the recent I Scrv of Treasury Notes at Xew.Orleans : 1 ^^Tlie most remarkable part of this affair is, 'i . . _ii_r_i. ;? vt^o-rl hv the nfrir.rrs ??f ili<? 3.000 do do.100 1,000Ohio 6s, '60... tw s:>' 1,000 do do.S41 7,000 do do. 64? fact which is stated by the officers of the f?.cuiT here, viz: that the scheme must have ?a"a Ion? time in con tern platiori and prepara I * jpjth the connivance of some officers of the I' V^r.Orleans Custom-House. Until within a "rain time, tiie Treasury Notes canceled at that "ojiotn-House and sent to Washington were jarlicd ' canceled * on their face in good, strong, jjnest black letters. On the back of the notes ,]jo was a receipt from the person paying: i" the ^otfis, also legibly and strongly written with good But suddenly this practice was changed, ?3(1 a thin, washy ink was use...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 May 1843

Fo? The Tribune. .Song...?1;e f&emorp of Euut? Jons." Jovs ! why arc yc brimm'd with pleasure, To tire spirit's topmost measure, Thus to leave us waste, and weeping, With poor flowers, scarce worth the keeping ? Were it not that Mem'ry brcatlxes Life upon their faded wreaths. Joys'. why come yc in the evening, When our lonely hearts arc grieving, With such accents, well might Sorrow Music from their sweetness borrow? Gladness in our hearts to waken? Thev archcard : the heart "s forsaken. Joy ! thou contest to deceive us, Coming ever thus to leave us, Wondering if a tear, or smile, Did our trusting love beguile? Yet each drop wr shed, mav he Bright with irnage^of thee. Texas. TO THE PEOPLE OF THE FREE STATES OF J THE UNION. Wc the undersigned, in closing our duties to our constituents and our country as Members of the Twcntv-seven'h Congress, feel bound to call jour attention very briefly to the project, long entertained by a portion of the Peojde of the United States, still pert...

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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