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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 May 1843

?SgW-YORK TRIBUNE Jr NEW VOBK DAILY TKI3?-NK IS PUBLISHED , tp" eV?RY MOKMX?, SUNDAY KXCEPTKD, , s. ...w-?t (orrofirr. City Hai.l,) Nkw-Yoek, Viwred > Cky Subscribers for NU5TE CENTS per ^dtJ sStecSS TWO CENTS. Mai! Subsonic Sannum, in advance:, and the papa in no cav coutln *? beyond th? tin* lor wnich it is paid. Subscriptions ta ^forS.xM?utiu% of Aarerritiug. rrS LINES or less, (over Six,) First invrtion... 5fl Cents. ?< for each, subsequent tnsertion.25 " m " {?i Six insertions, or one week";.. $1 M " ? for TwE5TT'Frrjj insertions.5 00 " Loam Ad^'itis'ineiii., a! ojaallv favorable rates. THE NEW-YOKE WEEKLY TRIBUNE a Very Large Paper, for the Country, isrcBLisHr.o ner.nt Saturday morning AifVlowprice <>!'TWO DOLLARS[>er annum, in advance SftjLuacr.s,.Religiousand Fcneral Notices, notes ettiinX nV" hn'-a. ? 'vuta. ^ the tribui\eT"^ 3titctat$ Notices, AaxaiCA, An Oih. : Ami Other Poems. By N. vy. Cor n.v. Boston: Samuel (j. Simpkms. This is a very neat little volume...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 May 1843

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY; MAY 17. " FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CliAY, ok kh.1tcckt. ^7" Persons wishing to Kubscrib* for The T*?rC!*E in 'ThiladclpIua, and the adjoining Districts, will be (erred re? gularly e*ery day On the arrival of the cam at 12 o'clock, uoon, at the low price of M ceoti i ex month, by leas ::.g their nanie* "witli tie tinuersigued. Single copies twocenu. The Week - Sy Tnbuite per No. Hi cent,. E. W. CARR, Kornm Office, Philadelphia. XT*" Subscribers to theTribnne. who are, about changiznj their resilience*, will pl?ase leave word it this otSce, or send a note through the IW-Othce. TJ7** For Notices of ' America, a Poem,' Dr. Milledc '? i RecUw, tec.. Milk vs. Water, Michigan bond*, .ji Associa? tion article, and sundry items, see First Page. ^7" For a notice of Mr. HosMra's forthcoming ' TaU rf the SeJveeaa,' with an EiUact, Death of a Patriarch, Mil' tvauku. to:., mc La.vt i age. EJ"7" We deeply and truly regret our inability to answer I. fhe affirmative the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 May 1843

I FlTju0RDiNARV Power uk Recognition is a r One davlast week a singular circum. eoccured in Wombwell's Royal Menagerie, I ^rrtborative of the retentive memory said to be jLfssed bv tins most vicious of the ftJrest tribe, 'Hauler- Ba^OTj ^cn s^0UlQground exhibition, loitering here and there to admire <\ identify some of the animals with those he $ fd seen ni far distant climes, was attracted by I L strange noise made by a tiger, who seemed -ritated beyond endurance. Jack, somewhat I Xnned. sought the ket-per to inquire the cause f so singular a display of feeling, which, he re? marked, became more boisterous the nearer he preached the animal : the keeper replied that the behavior of the tiger indicated cither that he ,ca< vastly pleased or annoyed; upon this the saiJor again approached the den. and, after gazing at the tiger for a few minutes, during which the animal became frantic with seeming rage, lashing jjistail against his sides and giving utterance to the most frightful ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 May 1843

'A TALE OF THE SENECAS.' 'Y0.lO.tDI0,' A..T y.TfX'Bl.MHr.P POEM, BT H05MER. It was our good fortune, nearly two years since, to make the acquaintance of a native American poet of great promise?Mr. William H. C. Hos mer, of West Avon, Li^ngston County, New York. Several of his poems have been published, and have revived a large share of approbation from scholars of the nicest discrimination. Many of them were issued before the author had attained the age of twenty years. Perhaps he has written too much, for he has volumes of manuscript poetry, strongly marked witn original beauty, though oc f^ionally betraying something akin to a boldnes-, of simile, which does not strike a sensitive ear pleasantly; but where one such stumbling block crosses the path, a thousand new and strange flowers spring into existence around you, as if called np there by an Enchanter's wand. Mr. Hosmkk is a poet:?he has all the fire, the in? spiration and enthusiasm of one. lie is a law? yer, too; but with much...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 May 1843

XEW-YORK TRIBUNE. JrNTW-TOKK DAILY TRIBCNE IS PCBLIS EVtitV MORMXG, SL'MJAV EXCEPTED, . i^bre-ed to Cuy subscriber* Mr NINE. C EN I S ^^'sSleco?.iA TWO CENTS. Ma.! Subacrib ?V~-a-icurn, iu advance; a^d the papr in ::o cs^ COuliu Jjjtwyoud tie; time for which u is i>?.jd. Subscriptions t-i lor six Months. 'i ei bis of Advertising tTN LINES or le*?, (over Sis.) Fixat insertion... 50 Cent? ^? ?? f.ir .acii subje.-jueiit imerrtioi!.23 " - " foi Su insertion.., or one ?renk... Si '?0 " * " forTwXJ?tt-Frneinsertions.s'80 " (?^>? Looser Ad vertiiemeuti at erpr&Uv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ? Very Large Paper, for the Country, ? ryiXMHCP CTttT satcsday KOUCTtfC Ajtbelo* price of TWO DOLLARSper annum, in advance jjAimaors. Rkliciovsand Fokhal Nonets, notes ru?nz Inivi. 2J cents. ""THE TRIBUNE. The Rale of Interest on Money. Ja (Ar Editor <>f T7:e Tribun* : It is well known ?iat, for some time past, wme of our best managed Banks as well as many of oar first c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 May 1843

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YOKK, THURSDAY, MAY 16. FOR PRESJDEST. HENRY CliAT, OK Kl.-tTVCXT. f**y?" Person* wish in if to ?obseriU for The Tkibv-w. ia Philadelphia, th* adjoining Districts. will be **n-A re? gularly every day on th? arrival yf tier ein at 12 o'clock.noon, at th* low nie?- of 60 cent* per month, b> Iravin? dseir names with the undervgned. Sintflt copies two cents. The Week? ly Tribun?; per No. Ot cents. E. W\ CA?B, Komm Oifice. Pluladdpma. 77" Subscribers to the Tribun-', who are ibn-ir chaaging Ui*lr rejj<i'nce-*; will p!e*?e leave word at this office, o: send ? note through iL? Pr-?t-OfEce. "r*/* For a letter on Interest on Money, Tie Come' in th*!iovOternHemupherc,tic .tt> , see First Page. if*/*- For a Poe? by Mn. EattSS, and a farther Kxtiaet from Car.LiLr's " Past and Present," L**t l'***. (?r " 7n< XoTfidns /.:>/*/," ".'J Complaint to On jid* and - A'iVi.rij ZW?-?? deee$t verses-are declined. We l^.ve more good Terse (mainly s~J'ct:oii?j than we can make...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 May 1843

R-ftirrs of Coloked Tzovvf:?Imj>ortanl De. The St. Louis, (Missouri) Organ, ?f the ^instant. Bays :?M We learn that Judge Mul "rphrmade a decision iu Court yesterday whicb rbc regarded as very important, if the law ai ^'(iown by luni shall bo confirmed by the Su. %ae Court. The question rose upon an appea Ljen from the Recorder's Court by a free Negr< ,1)0 was apprehended and fined for living in the sjsts without a license. It. will be rccollcctet fat the Statute of 1835 requires certain tree Ne ^ to obtain a license to live in the State, anc compels others to remove out of th^ State if thej ^3 not come within the terms required for a It. j^gse. An exception is made in favor of ' th. $zens* of any other State who shall come here -Judge M. decided that the word ' citizen? at n-crjin the Conslituuon of the ?hited Statt s anc m oar Laws, is equivalent to '??subject,'' a? usec goder the British Constitution, and includes al jrrsoni who were born m the United States, it '?nil be se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 May 1843

Forth"! New-York Tribune. jFlobexs In a -Sick B.com. tr MR*, t. j. tiJirt Yt ^.re welcome to my darkened ro^n 0 rr.tek *od loneh wild^ooo flowers Ye are weltcm*-. as light amid the gloom That iia...* upon my warr hou:?. Here, by my lowly couc'i of laaguisbment ar.d sorrow Year s^tion tsk-. that I r.?ay from yoar presence borrow Letvoti* cf Hope, aid lowiy Trust, Tbaj Hs whose touch revised your Moon Hi'.'n the s.arr>- pov, rr o'er I j?ocr dust, To raise it from the shwbwy totnb! Thaaii for your prrieac*. for ye brav Back to ti.-i* aching fcea.t auA e\\. Un fix, ?isi'.as cf the festal Spnr.r. It? blossoms, birds, a&d azure -?> ; Now, fir from -ach t,Teen haunt and sunny nook estraaged, Fading and faint, I lie; yet is my heart unchanged G:ow; 'jat time love f,,.r -,ou, fair Sowers. As when my unchained footstep t;od Lightly amid year hits', bowtrs. And piuckrd 7* from tins dewy sod! And 7H0", ?ho g*?'?: these grateful Cowers. 1 oie*s the* for thy thought of we! At.fl that th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 May 1843

i ^RW-YOUK TRIB?NE. I rt VEvv*-rORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED I w rVKRY MORNING, SUNDAY KXCKPTKO, M..;ii -st. (opposite Citv HaLlJ Nrw-YoF.c, I tifthZA to Ci >? Subscriber* fin NINE CENTS per I J*^1,T0 ro,U* TWO LENTS. Mail Sabs riben 1 ,^wn?ro. in advance: ?nd P*P? ? no caaecontin 0 .'T -oud !'>?* time lor which it is p*id. Subscriptions Uf Elfo'SixMoBtlis. Teims of Advertising: efV LINES or leas, (over Si,) First iHs-rtinn... 50 Ort,. '"? for each subsequent insertion.25 " ? ? for Six insertions, or one week... $150 " .. ? for Twy.ytv-Fiveinsertions.500 " try toniter Advertisements at equally f t \ orable xi\**,. THE NEV.'.YORK 'WEEKLY TRIBUNE ^ Very Large P;tpcr, for the Country, IS PCBLISHED R\ I.RV SATURDAY MuItMNft AruVlow price of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance ^THE TRj 15UNE. "~~The Lead Trade of the Great West. j? /Ar Editor of Thr Tritxme : In a late number of your journal it is stated that, "if there was a Railroad from Milwaukee W. T.) to the Mississippi, and t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 May 1843

THE TRIB?NE. . 1&W-X0*% FRTOAY, MAY 19.~" FOR PRESJDKXT~ HEMIY CLAY, of XF.NTCCXT. ?*:*on* wishing to subscribe for Tiir. Tntm;?rr. is Philadi r3-!m and the adjoining Districts, will b?- serw! re? gularly every day oa rjhve arrival of th* car* at Yi o'clock, noon, at the low j,rice of % r*rjtv i*t month, by i?-a* ing their name, with the andenigned. Singlecopies two cents. The Week? ly Triborse per NV Gi ctsti. > CA PR. Forum Office. Philadelphia. !y* Subscriber* to the Tribune, who ar--> about cl.-inzinc their residences, will ph-ate leave \, ord it this office, Or ?*ud ? note Through the P?st-Offic*.. ?j^r* For as bterestiag f haj tej of the Political History ol oar Country, and a Poem, se*L*s? Page. iC?" For 77>e lead 7W? 0/ (Ae West, Confession of Tiiom the "Slvrdrrer, and an examination of the P*-"t Pha*?s of Society, see Fint Par*. ?Ir. lVcb?ter*? Spc-erh. Hon. Daniel Webster was to partake of a Public Dinner la^t evening in ihr City of Balti? more, where, it is s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 May 1843

I Tbz AorE>Ti'rer Warfield.?The New-Or picayune, of May 9th, notices the designs I -T?ied to the adventurer, Col. Warfield, of whom j y? reported that he has collected a body of armed I ^ and is about to engage in a privateering land *l rf^edition. having for one of his objects to rob the ; tfjjjean traders who left the city of Santa F6 t iV>at the first of April. The Picayune says : Our own opinion of Warfield's movements, and re nave had every opportunity of ascertaining ?jern, is this: He will commit no acts of hostih ?ifs on this side of the American line, and his ob. Sisare not so much the attacking the trading '^jranies as bringing Santa FG ami olh< r prin >jpal towns in New Mexico under the Texan flag. He has, in his pocket, full power ;ind authority ?join the Texan Government to wage war upon \'eff .Mexico; and that he will do i! to the full -itent of his abilities, we have not the least doubt. 1 rjirolled under his standard, we believe, are many ?ncmbcrsof the T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 May 1843

For The Tribti.-? THE PILGRIM'S LAMENT. bv CHARLES M. MET. Oh, give roe the home where my forefather** dwelt; ' la the oace peaceful taller to dear to my heart: The clmreh by whose altar, my kindred of: koch. Ere Life'* chancir.r tr? n? hade me f.-cn i: depart ! The j?t-ei?d ?r lre rhat peeped oat through the tree*, And th* efaime of the bells, a? they ram* on the breere I Hark ? 1 hear th*m ajain, with uVir soft, meaaaredswell, Sweeping r,v?r the coords of earn feelm? *ram. Like Um whispering wind through tht tr??-. in the d-il. Or tl>e carr-1 of birds in their wild wt> dlaad ?:rain ? E'en the willow tba- drooped dw murauriiig stream. Heerru irill r.>r pres-ct W =ru? in <arh dream ! WVn th* biieht ?ilter mom ir.ed her light oVr th- hill And lit ay the sward on it* t.eat villa;;? green, To tlx ?-.??*?: notes of music each bosom would thrill, As rte twined iu the dance c i its relreted sheeny How blest were those moments, so tranquil and bricht. Whin I led the gay dance i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 May 1843

vEtV-YORK TRIBUNE. *! vrW.TOBK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PU. & tXtXl UOVOSO, SLMMV EXCEPTED, . v ,i..?T.(orro.tiT?:CiTY Hal:.,) Niw-Tj??r, ^?Ml to Ci y S uhscribers for NINE CENTS J^l?&o? TWO CENTS. Mail Subsc... *?* j; * advance; and the paper m no case, contin '?'yvc-od tri' time for which it is paid. Subscriptions U ?'^^-^s of Advertising .. jv^s /.r lr*i, (over Six,) F irst insertion... 50 (Vnts '/*-? .. for each subsequent insertion.25 " * ? foi Six insertion*, or one week ... Si 50 " " for TwEi<Tr-EivB insertions.5 00 " j^? honser Ad*ertise:n?siU at equallv favorable rate.*. THE NKW-YOKK WF.EKLY TRIBUNE ? Vf'jy Large Paper, for the Country, is ru'blt'.Hr.o everx sATi'unsr mor>;>'; ..>.?low price of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in adv *V,j:r:acf.s. RBMCiooi.and Fvherai. Notices, not ex Jdiaf ?*r hues. 25 cents. From oar Extra of Yesterday Afternoon. WEBSTER'S GREAT SPEECH AT BALTIMORE. 5r Tlie Tribune's Special anil Exclusive RAILROAD EXPRESS. DELIVERED LAST EVENING AT A P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 May 1843

THE TRI BUNE. _ liEW^pB& &Li l'RD?Y~MAY 20. ' ' ~i?R~PRESIDEST. HENRY CLAY, Of KKSTl'CXT. fj^! Person? wishing lo subscnV for Thu TjU8C5?: io Philadelphia, ?uu the adjoining District*, will be lemd - KuUrly every day on the arrival of the cax* at 12 o'clock, soon, at the low pric- of io cent* ;^r mouth, by leanrj? their names wi'i ?;e Kndersixued. binsie copies two cent i. Th? Week? ly Tribuiv: ;<er No. Gt cent*. E. W. CARR. Votvm Office, Fhikdelyhii. *Q" - Subicribfri to the Tnbttne. who a.--- about dunging their residencei.j will pteas* leave won] a: this oflict, or send a tote Uirwui'h tie; P?t-015ce. fX7*Fnr Mr. Webster's Speech at Balti? more, 9eo First Page. Mr. Webster*? Speech. Able and cogent as Mr. Webstbr*? Speech at Baltimore certainly is?luminous and just as are manv of its view*, and valuable as i-> the inform Ktioo therein presented?we must dissent entirely from its tenor and evident purpose. Mr. Webster argues against hie. own facie. He shows clearly th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 May 1843

"""" ' Fron th- Worceiter Cm' of Lima-?Tiie following is a portion of a 0ter from &*: S. C. Damon, formerly of Hol. fan in Ulis County, now Seamen's Chaplain at Konolulu, Sandwich Islands: M Ship Victoria, Oetob-r 10, 1J42. r Pacific Oc-aii, la'.- lo .V long. 135 W. \ \s I expect very soon to he placed in circum ! jynccs which will afford but short intervals of lime for epistolary correspondence, J design spend, jug some of my present leisure, in ftvrmshing for roaroerusal a brief account of the City of Lima, ?a Peru. The detention of the Victoria afforded (Be passengers an excellent opportunity to visit jtgj far-famed City, and for observing the cus? toms and habits of the Peruvians, as exhibited in Callao, Lima, and the adjacent region. Callao is the sea port of Lima. It has an ex? cellent harbor, and contains about 6,000 inhab? itants, who are principally engaged as custom jjoase officers, keepers of cigar and dram shop;*, boatmen, fishermen, muleteers, and a very large aumbc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 May 1843

w w WA. N'T ED?Two skilful workmen 10 a Print- I ing Ink M*.30i*ctorv-. Nw r.?~<i apply but ?ncS as ! have b~.a'oi g employed W the bos.nes?. and are r-rfect by nw-ad-iri f.racuce; sui'-akU rcfefences will be r^uir-. Add;e*? B. 0. M- office of die Tribune._myM ? * ?l<TET>?A situation by a very good cook, - washer and i-oner. B-sl city ref-re-ces. Apply a'22: lOta-street, Toropkinj-place. _m?":_ [fANTED?A situation to c '.. wa-h, iron, - v So". TV very best city recommendation* Gi"""i- Ap? ply at 135 East Broadway._rol3 3t \XT ANTED?A young man about 17 years oi VV ?g?, to l?ni the art of WW! Eagraring. An A men e??one who will consider instruction a sufficient remunera tion for the first year-mty apply ? rHbone BpMmfclM Nwai)tt.,iip>Mir?._W.W.BRIIT- a21 tf WANTED?A situation by a Protestant vonng w??man. with good city references, a* nurse and forpUin Sewing- Apply ?t 139 Bowerv. op ?tairt. my]-<j:*_ TOANTED A J?URNETMAN PLUMBER? VV A rood mechanic will receive good w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 May 1843

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORXJXG, St'XDAY F.XCEPTED, At ]?oN4??a'--".(orFOsiT?:CiTv Hall.) New-York, And delivered to City Snbsen hers fnt NJJ>E CENTS per week. Sinslecopies TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers fj tier annum, in advance; and the paper in DO eis- coutln med beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta? ken for Sit Months. Terms of Adv-rtisiny: TEN LINE3 or less, (over Six;) First insertion... VI C?nts. ?' for each subsequent insertion.25 '* ?* " for Six insertions, or one vfeeJt. . . $150 " m " for Twevtt-Fjte insertions.5 no " VQ" Longer Advertisements at eqnallv favorable rates. THE NEY/-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Paper, for the Country, is published EVRBT 3aTvbt>aV MORMSrt Atthelow price of TWO DOLLARS pel Hmiiim. in advance Maebiagij, Ri.Lir.tofj and Fc.m.k.vl Notices, not ex cesiing five lines, ?j cents. PHILADELPHIA AjGENCY?V. B. Palmf.k is anthor ivd to receive subscriptions and advertisements for this paper,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 May 1843

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, MONDAY, MAY 22. FOTi PRESIDENT, 7* ?_??* For /xi/er TnteZlifencefron Europe, 1a.'* of Thomas Carry!', mid * ZelterfrofH Philadelphia, -prirur an account of the Proreedine,n of Ihr Genna! Assemblies in Session there, see Fir't Pa.-*. _y Fot ttfti Potmt, 'md No, XX of PolKir.il History, see Last Fa?*-._ O* Henrv A. Wirr, has written a letter to the Richmond Enquir<-r, contradicting the report that he had pledged himself to vote for the candidate of the Loco-For") National Convention. Hcsays he will vote for whatever candidate he shall es? teem most Republicant but in no case for Henry Clay. If the election goes to th'* House, how. ever, and Mr. Clay has a majority of the Peo? ple's vote*-- in his District, he shall consider him? self bound to vote accordingly. Mr. "Wise has a perfectly delightful constitu? ency. >lr. Coke was the Representative before him.?a Jackson man. but of4 State Rights ' prin? ciples, and therefore did n't like the summary course of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 May 1843

Court Calcmlar-TliU Day. rncrrr CotTRT.?Nos* 42, 47, 25, 2fi, 28,. log 24, 34, 78, 93, 124. 125, 69, 127, 129, 130 19 22,99,118, 119, 113. Commov Pleas.?Nos. 29, 30, 34, 35, 6, 8, 39 13,83, 16,23. CITY INTELLIG E NC E . Saturday, May 20. CntcinT Court.?Before Judge Kent.?Gco. n^urjar/Ts. Abrahain Burton.?Action {alluded to on Sa nuday) for the recovery of damages no the warrantee of a wftW of black horses belonging to defendant, and pnrchased plaintiff at auction, at the Bazaar. The allegation is that t^e horses were slightly spavined, although warranted to be j.Tond. They were bough t at $400, and resold for $200.? Xbtrewas also.expense incurred for their board, Sec. Ver* Jict for plaintiff. $270 31. Cor.-rt ok Common Pleas?Before Judge i i v-br*tter.?Edward Citri;, by his next friend; vs. John Heath and Henry Loomis. Action for trcsspass. (alluded to oaSaturday) to recover a trunk and its contents, (including iWatch and $61 in money,) seized in Chatham square on an execution again...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 May 1843

For the Tribune. BV AUGUSTUS SNOOGP.As.S. Thou Klient niler of the bouI, Whose wand makes bare the depths of Trat? ; Thy spells our pleasures backward roll, Or wake the shaping stints of ("rime ! Each moment adds unto thy sway And yields thee food for joy or woe ; As ever flies the pr jsent day, Thy pangs or raptures ceasc!f--s grow. By thee shall Heaven our fat'-v fnlfil, When life's swift stream shall flow no more ; Then thou wilt lash the sou! of II!, Or balm in Virtue's bosorn pour. Swiftly our fleeting pleasures fly, And silent sleep beneath thy reign ; But dull and slowly passes by The long-remcrnbcred form of Pam ! To joy the soul with rapture clings. And woos its mem'ry with a smile, Till dim and dark in vain it brings What should the bleeding heart beguile. But from the griefs which moved our tears, In vain our spirits seek to fly ; The weeping woes of other years With leaden feet puss sadly by ! Yet thou, dread Time, our wounds ean*t heal. And give to care-worn mprn ry res...

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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