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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 May 1843

Z ^^OKK5 TRIBUNE. ?* 1 ' VrW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLLSHEI > I ^ r-KBV MORM.N^. SCNDAV excepted, r. -5 v' -it (orpo?iTEt'iTV Hall,) Nf.-.v-j ob?, i. 'I Sir SnKrnhen !<>.' NINE CENTS j*?: I ^?? TW(. I ENTS.. .Mail Subscriben "m in advance; and the ;>aper in do case COnon ^^J^Vtirne lo: whi.;n it is ; *:<:. SubiCri;-:.-.:.* t? > ? jsiof^' ytinis of Advertising: 1 * I IN'ES or leas, (over Six,) Firs: insertion... 50 Cent* r I f^is*> for each subsequent inserti'm.25 " t- 6 ' ? f0j Six insertion*.or one week.. . SI 50 ' ' m for Twe?ty-Five insertions.5 00 " E e-? jV?ie*t Advertisements at esaall v favorable rates. ! I NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ' 1 i Very Large Paper, for the Country, i ff ? PCBLISHED EVKKV SATfttDAT MORIffSO I ^]?trpriceof TWO DOLL/\ RSperannuin.in advance ; I 'i ihicii RELtciovsaud Frj.tERAi N?rten,notei I f j^xe!in?.25cc,:rs. _ ' j ?ILADELPHIA AOENCV.-V. B. Palmer is author i j^Jftcctve sub*>< riptions and advertisements fortiiis:paper I "yjO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 May 1843

yflE TRIB?NE NEW-YORK. TUESDAY, MAY 23. = FOR I'll ESI LEST, ~ HENRY CLAY, or KE^TCCXT. Vor* notice of GraJinrrt't Magazine (or Jone, and an article on the fte_re?* o? Aaaociatio .. ?<- f..-t I M~ ',-7- Fora Poem?77,e Crowned1 Meurner, and a Story tVjf IFj'jZij, veelait page. Later from Cnnton. The ship Ann Mr-Kim. CapL Vasrner, arrived last night from Canton, l/ringing intelligence to the 15th of February. She has thus made the passage in 96 days?onc^' of the quickest ever made. Nothing new had transpired, commercial and other affairs remaining precisely as when the Zcnobia sailed. Messrs. ' Morrison and Thom ?were still at Canton neffociatinj; with the Com. miss-oners, but thus far without effect. The Chinese had not paid any of'Ik- indemnity money. Sir Hcnrv Pottinger was at his residence at Flong Kong. He has had a voluminous correspondence with the EnjrI.'sh merchant? concerning a proper scale of duties, &c. The Hong Kong Gazette has the following : We regret to learn th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 May 1843

^Ofltaxtt, sales shipping braud? at 3 ?Oa 3 65?not much '^Sfgf?^Thexe. i?very little Wheat offerine. A small tonlkhiita-' >< ?n *? mark? nnsold. Tb? quotation f"""'f?*? article is 9 Sc. Corn and Rye are scarce; >"* L demand being rather limited, the market keeps ^re notice sales 1500 bush- U N .-t. Rn-r C -m at ^^'d 500 do Jer-ey 11 ? at 56c. measure. Rye is held Jjf^Jjfji tales 1200 to I5Mbushels; Oats are in fair d-mand ^j^438c.fr.r Riterand Can iL A contract for about 15.000 Canal, buvf/s option, 60 days. has been made at ^Jy^There bar* been sales of abotti 600 bales at 4-2 a Si ?hipment. The balauce "f the stock is held m 45c. ;gj:p_-C'lover and Timothy remain very dull, and w? * .Vhtain quotations with an\ degree cf certainty. Clo SS, worth 5j ? 7 ?'"1 Timothj $12 a 14 We nonce sale* jjfjQ :es Flaxaeed for crashiug at $9 25. Buyers now-of br$9. rRLTT?Sab/s at auction to-day, received from Boston, Is* Messina Oranges at SI f>2A a 1 t'.:.'. Ill do3 75 ?-. 2 j4, tad 10...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 May 1843

ZU CrotonrBfEounter. (Michael Wisnioweeke, a private chiiec. who was elecu Kugof Poland, is said to have wept when the crown was placed cpon his "wed.]_ The northern inn. in his noonday splcnaor, la shining "n Vola's ?acred fe-id, Bni sees not Jagellon's early ~rand.-nr. Nor beams upon Sobieski1? shield ; Yet still there are knightly Usr?? gh iming, And b?nni-*a floating on Snmmersair, And the clang of th* trump*--., I \>'< Riming That Poland has chosen W Monarch there. Hark '. to *.h% roice of a nation, rea TV cloudless calm of the nrouti'J- B JW J Hark '. to the hymn, with the caaaon Mead As they plac* the crown on their cbosen's brow. The bestand th*. brave*: h-.w !. f'>;e b-in. With daon?|e*s hearts and vri-h matrh!<-?s brands, And the skies of h!s land '.-end brightly o'? aim, Bar sail and silent the Monarrh stands. Why is it thus ? rV>o?h hi* birth was lowly. Nor Fame nor Fortune Wad smik-d on him. Yet the crown was won by no d-eds that sully Iu spleasdor, nor m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 May 1843

VEW-YORK TRIBUNE. *afiNEW-YORK DAILY TRIBL*NE IS PUBLISHED fjv^RV MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, ..t?Ni!.ii-?T. (orpoiiTK City Hall.) New-York, ^hTeml to City St.b-cntK-.ri for NINE CENTS j-r single coj?.4 TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers ?< r -auanm, in advance; and the pat^r in rib case conti:). miitFOoi tr>e time for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta Sn for Six Months. ^ Terms of Advertising: TFN LINES or levs, (over Six,) First insertion... SCCwits. " for each subsequent iusertion.25 " m " for Six insertions, or one week ... $1 JO " .. " for Tws*?TT-Fm i- insertions.5 00 " Lonitst Advertisements at ennallv favorable latex. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE Verv Large Paper, for the Country, Jl ri/BLIiHF.n ETJUtY IsTtBDAV MOR.NIvr; Attbelf*' price ?f TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance Ma.rriac.es, Rr.Liotr.L-s and Fcneral Notices, not ex cttxW live lines. 2S cents. _ PHILADELPHIA AGENCY.?V. B. Palmer is author ?j^d to receive subscriptions and advertisemenu for this panel it his Office, No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 May 1843

THE TRIBUNE. NEwIy?RK, wednesday, may 2L FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF S/.XTfCJCr. of I?7- For a Letter on the S'Mphur Sprinc* cfon, Iletlrr from Cincinnati, and ether interesting rnarter.s*e First Page. rrj* For a Sons of the Washing! or. ion 3 by Burleigh, 1 docom*ut on Foreign Immigration. The JIiu.no, er.d Other A>u"j Jtrmt, v~ Lttl Page. From the Journal of Commerce oj yestet ' Tiir T.aii f.-WV li-am from B I I the leading manufacturer* have a? length become rboronghlj satisfi that Protection is a delusion. They has- din iTcrtd that goods ran I?" made a* cheaply in this C notrj a inj that here tlie manufacturers hate fr> d cheaper than ?->:.;. where else ia the world, and alt tie > want in free trade,? ?which will jrire them cheap 1 cheap hemp, cheaj and molaxvns. cheap every thing which thev want to buy. end the whole world for a market. \Te-nadera??*1 U?al these view* have actually been txpressed in a letter to .'Jr. Webster. Great it troth'. Protection!? " not th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 May 1843

The President's Visit*?-The Aurora says : ?fxom information which we yesterday received. *e are enabled to announce that President Tyler, ^^ij several members of the cabinet, including the secretarv of the Treasury and Postmaster Gene? ra] with their families, intends to be in Philadel nhia on the 10th and 11th of June next <vSatur ijav and Sunday';?will arrive in this city on the J2th, and leave on the evening of tlie 14th for Boston. This is the present plan.*' nrp We learn that Hon. S. Breese (0. S. Sen ator from Illinois; came very near being shot bv his brother-in-law, in Bellvifie, on Sunday last. The difficulty grew out of ill treatment of Brcese's wife's sister by her husband. [St. Louis Republican, May 12. MONEY MARKET. Sales at tlie Stock Exchange, May '43. $4,000 N V 6s, '62.106 ji $5.000 Indiana.30 2,000 do 64*. '61. . .101 i 75shr* Farmers' Loan. 22j jO.OOO do do.101}{100 do do.b30 23 4,000 do do.10|.[?0 do d.blO 23 500 do 6s,'50. . .. 964 5 do OhL&T Co b30 72 1,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 May 1843

For the Tribun*. Sons of ttjf e^ssrjinrjtciuans. BT TTM- H. BVP.Lf.ICH. FaoM ?> scenes that hare witnessed cur shame, From the darkened and desolate home, From tn* h?ll* thai have ribbed as of virtue and fjm*\ From tbe den of the spoiler w come? W* fly from th- burden of wo That hath weighed down cur spirits so long? The fetters that hound . - ..side we vriil throw, And again in our freedom be strot Be the cup dashed to earth that hath br-.g b?en our baae. Its dominion shall never be o'erjus again '. Too long h*v? we bowed to the thrall Of to*! demon tliat lurks in the v. in- ; Health, happi.vnx. hewer,?bow madly hare all B?m flung on the bacchanal1* shrii Oh God 1 how debased have we been ' How far from the True and the Kij^ht Hare we wandered away ir. the maze! of Sin Till tl?e blackness and darknets of nicht Came down on oo.- spirits, and clcth'd them in flooro ?doie deep than the shadows that circle the tcmS But joy ! from that br.nd%~e iccurvr V/e leap to freedom and lile,? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 May 1843

^EW-YOUK TRIB?NE. * s?H'-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE is PUBLISHED EVERT MORNBVG, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, ?'ti?'!?__) -?T.(oi?PosiTjtCrTT Hau..; New-York, 5?2S,tS?W City Subscribers fci NINE CENTS per ^Jt1 SS?copii TWO ? ENTS. Mail Snbscriben ?s^aiu-um, iu advance; and 11paper in do civ conti? *U beyond !tie titr.c for which it is paid. Subjcriptions ta k?i for Sit Monti.'. **" Te i ins of Advertising: TEN' LINES or less, (overSix,) First insertion... .Vl (Vnts. ? " for (sen subsequent insertion.2i " m " foi Six insertions, or on- vs~-k.. . SI 30 " ,. m for Twe-vtv-Five insertions.iuo " Loctrtr Adverti-sio.-ntj at<-.;nall, favorable ra:.-s. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ^ Very Large Paper, fo r tiie Country, n rcBLisiir.p rvr.nv ssTt'HDiv morning ..jj^Icur price of TWO D( >L LAUS per aim urn, in advance IfjtiBiAGCs, Rblioiouj and Ft.NEn.si. Notices,notes getrag five lines, 25 cents._ PHILADELPHIA AGENl Y.-V. B. Palmei is luth ?? ;?fd to rcceiv" ?cubsctititions ami idvcrti??*nieiit> for this i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 May 1843

THEJTR1B?NE. ~NEW-YORK. THURSDAY, MAY 25. F 0 R P RES ID E -V T, HENRY CLAT, or ?cjrrccKT. (tj- For Notices of1 Claiticcl Studies,' and Jddresse* on the N E. Boundary, see First Faze. fjQr- For another number of Political History, tee List Indiscriminate Party Proscription. 413 Hcd?o!?-?t., Friday, N'?y 19. To the Editor of The Tribune ? Ir, as stated by you to-day, there is a " clear conriction" existing somewhere, that"the system of taming out all political opponents indiscrimin? ately on a change of parties." is infernal, and vnJ! yet u destroy the Liberties of the country," outfit not clear, conclusive evidence of the Truth to be spread out and spread out, untilarimil.ir r!r-:.rcov viction finds a lodgement in the nrnd of cveryright thinking righUfceiing citizen 1 The writer knows. that with his own, you have already the full ap. probation of many of the good, for the decided stand vou have taken on the side of Truth : and though he feels this is no adequate reason for your cont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 May 1843

"f fi0?8?Are dull: a f"W bales best Eastern brought 11c. \^00u-?A ,ot of 1,400 N*- ?uwaahed Western brought ^p'i^L*LO?v*.?There i* a fair demand, and prim* lots ! ?jd command T a 7|c; sales City Rendered at 7-: a lot of 1 tidOOlbt; pa'* ?? amt6, sold o& terms not transpired. OIL ?F"r Crude Whale 33c is asked, and 32;|c is offered. Vo f?."-l",r ' y?A3.?-A catalogue of Teas, imported per Mary Ellen -i Zeu'.bi-r. was offered at auction to-dar. Tiie company ^,BOt bxtvt, *nd *-'"* Pr'c'*'$. *-sp"cia!l; of fine chops, show ifcrhneof* to 6c per lb. on the last sale, cau>ed by th jjatiihrabie ?mnunt r-f Teas impending over the market.? Hnoo sold at TT, 55 a 45r; (183 cheit? withdrawn)- Skin $1 t -27. (257 lbs withdraw-!:); Young Hyson 75, 64 a 60 ?1143. 35* ? 3:?. bti 83 a 72. (354 chest* 953 half, cheats' Bi;!dr?wn); Twenkay 35 a 30. 3? half chests withdraw ,,) G. Powder 75. Go. 54. 42, (36 chests a-id 30 half chests w rh iitvo); ImperiAl 721. 6f, aj>3/j, 55 a 52: Pouc'.ong 32 a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 May 1843

political piston?.?No. XXI. Prepared for TV Xnbw* by F.i/wi?. William?. W*shintrton'-Ad:r.ini?tr^.o.i.. .Fcrt Congress.. .L?t?bli*h jn*',t of the Seat of ?overorfi'-nt. ..National Bank. .. Second CoBgrea?;.-Gifearla lUr?olcnoni jyrainj'. Hamil? ton. . .PrOKTe? of Parti?-*. At the Second Session of the First Congress, and previous to the final decision of the question relative to the funding of the Public DebL a bill was passed fixing the temporary Seat of the -Na? tional Government at Philadelphia until the year 180?, and after that time, permanently on the River Potomac. The subject caused great ex citernent both in and out of Congress ; particu? lar interest waa felt by the citizens of New-York, where Congresa was in session. The question on location was decided in favor of the banks of the Potomac, by a vote of lb* to 9 in the Senate, and the name, in the House, bj 39 to 22; a location on the bank of the Delaware being rejected by that vote. The question of temporary location at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 May 1843

^fw-Y?RK TRIB?NE. - VEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE LS PUBLISHED T8*4 gv^RV MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, m.M.?Alr?T.(OPfO?ITKClTT HaU.,} New-YoR?. ^Sx^A to Ciiy Snbscribers fnr NINE CENTS t*r I^?jecopio TWO CENTS. Mai! Subscribers /?Ii;annum, in advance; and Hw l?;-r in r.o cav contin S/be'-nnd the urne for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta gftoSixMon^ ^ AdrertisioK: _y I r^'KS or leis, (over P ir?t insertion... i? Cent*. JWlu& for each suos^uent-insertion.2i " ? " foi Six in*eirb?u?, or on* vrwk... 51 50 " ? " for TwE5TV-FiVE:insert,ions.500 " Loncer Advertisement* at cquallv farorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE a Very Lars?; Paper, for the Country, is ri.'blimikd evert saturday morvin? i,,He low price of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance vTaMiaces, Rcucioosand Fc5eral Notices, not ex ^iin? tire lines, 25 cents. _ PHILADELPHIA AGENCY.?V. B. Palmer i* author ttd to receive subscriptions and advertisements for this paper, flii Oflice. No. K'l South Third-street, near the Mercnauts' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 May 1843

THE T^BUjSE._| NEV^-Y?RkT FRIDAY, MAY 26. " FOR PRESIDES T. HESfRY CLAY, or ?r.rtTVcKT. fry Persons wishing to subsoil* for Thf TBiBt.srr. in PHil.xDr.i>HU, and the adjoining Districts, will be semd re? gularly every day on the arrival of the car* at 12 oxlocl?, noos, at the low price of JO cert* per month, bj leavisg ?'?:-!.- names with tlae undersigned. Single copies tvro Cent?. Tlae Week? ly Tribune per No. ii cent*. E. W? CARR. Forum OSce. Fr.iladelphia. For Cnftcal A'ofice? of MsrRici.'s ' Kingdom trf Christ,1 Rr.T50Lt>'? Latin E.say on the ' Trial by Jwy? vkc., ?ee First Page. 'ZJ" For a variety of Drfrrrrd .Vnc? IttMt, kc, Last Patte. _ The 8lik Culture. The Report of the New-England Silk Conven tion held at Northampton. Mass., with a copy --; which we bave been favored by the Arrcricr:n In stitute, is a most cheering; document to all tb< friends of this new bra- b < 'American mdestry. It embodies r?'umi froui great numbers of silk culturists, showing, by definite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 May 1843

frlic Comet, ffhc Philadelphia Inquirer publishes a transla? tion of a letter from Paris to the Courier des Etat* Unis, in which the calculations of M. Arago of the jjements of the Comet which recently visited our astern are given. The following is the conclu lion of the letter, which may be a genuine state? ment or may not: ?? We know now the elements of the comet.? >*0w among these elements there is one which present* a smgularity extremely remarkable. The perihelion distance 0.0051 differs very little from a radius of the sun itself expressed by 0.0052 : it js the smallest perihelion distance, known up to this time. Thus on the 27th of February, the comet of IS43 approached so much nearer than anv -tar has ever done to the surface of the sun, thai it ho* grazed it in some sort? 'qu'elle a rase < u qcelque sortc.) From this close vicinity whirh took place an instant betwe-m the cornet and the centre of attraction around which it revolved, re salted for some time in extraordi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 May 1843

rD-f<*rr'J ArlicleJ.} Important Suit.?Jeremiah Via Rensselaer has brought suit in Equity, before Judgrs Thomp? son and Bette, of the United .Stales Circuit Court against the Executors and Devizecsof John Watts deceased, to recover possession of the property, consisting of about 75,000 acre? of land, former Iv known as " Claverack Manor.'* in this county; The claim is fonnd-d on tne following facts: In the year 1782, John Van Renssalaer, the elder, lord of the tower manor of Rensselaenwck, (usually termed Claverack Manor,) in Columbia County, devised the manor, in trust, for his grand son. John L Van Rensselaer, who was to have the ?< ntfl during his life, and then it'was to be entailed, forever, on bis male heirs. Soon after the making of the will, an act passed, abolishing the principle of entail, and declaring that persons so holding should be considered as possessing a fee simple". In 1794 John I. sold the manor for .S40.000, and it has since remained in possession of the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 May 1843

\i;\V-VOKK TRIBUIVE. *->rw-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED *B*1 fV".rv morning. 8UXDAT EXCEPTED, irKu SA?..a~?t.(*rrOSlTE.ClTT Huj. ) New-York, A'.-".- ? . .-. - , .?? ? ??? NINE ?. KN1 S per J&Jg1^ TWO < KNTS. Mail Sab? riberi Bbertaaoro, in advance; and the paper in uo case coathv Jy^,.;,-! the tin) ? fol wnich u i? paid, Subscriptions ta S for Sis Months. ... *^ Tex hi ? f Anver 11?1 n %: e?N LINES ".- less, (over Six,) Fi m insertion... 50 Gents. 'J? ?' foreach subsequent insertion.2S " w " foi Su insertions; qronewreek..v $150 " ? << for Twe5Tv*Fitkinsertions.50" " %y Longer Advertisements at ???idallv favorable rates. THE NT5WVYORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Paper; for the (.ouutry, h fCBttSH? i) EVERY iATUHDAV M0fcM.\g tb?lew price ol T"W 0 DULLA RS pei annum; in advance \TAgi.ur.K?, Religioi ? and Fc.neral Notices,notes Ditaat five liu*->, Z5 cents._ PHILADELPHIA AGEN? V'.?V. P.. Palmi n is author jJito receive subs< options and advertisements f .r thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 May 1843

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, MAY 27. FOR PRESIDEST. HENRY CLAY, OV kinticxt. r^y~ Persons wishing to subscribe for Tu?. Thiev:"!- m FniLAD>:cf His, and the adjoining fJUfricu, will te-i-rv.'i ;? XuU.-ly every day on the arnvil of the cars at 12 o'clock, auoo, ait trie low pric- of 5C cents per month, by l^M/iiC their nam-s with th* D^denigoed- SiiiKle c/pies two cnt?. TheWk ly Tri ban- per No.6t cent E- "W. CARR. Forum Oflk-, Philadelphia. By For an ?mlr'.t cm Association, and i'vera! Notices, s* First Pa<<-. rZr For a f^rm by C fle*mer, hyalin: off Neu JZcaland, s.<... see La.it Pai?". iJoen Protection increase Price*: Ftoni tht Journal of Commerce of yesterday. " E>TJ?CT of PaOTgCTIOW^The Taut! papers are cry? ing out mow, that Free Trade is defeated; and to support tle-ir d,-rli. iM-.,, th-v s.av that ? lb- Free Trader* hate in? sisted that tlie effect" of a Protective Duty is inevitably to increase, bv so much th- costof lie- article.1 Free Trad sioes not blun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 May 1843

William and Mary Howitt. In the centre of the town of Nottingham, Eng? land, a place containing a population of some six. tv or seventy thousand people, ;s a remarkably jir^c square, <>r market place, on the southern side of which a sign may bo discerned?"Howitt, Umbist." There behind the counter may be seen the veritable William Howitt, whose j^x-trv and prose have delighted and improved the minds of all aires and all se* s. But do not imagine WiJ. liarn Howitt is the fae eirnilc of the renowned Newcastle Apothecary. 'T is true some of the featun - arc similar, for William llowiti. like most Quakers, is a careful man, and though he courts {he muses, yet " 5.0 tnan can better jild a j>ill, O: make a bill, Or Meed?or blister, Oi mi ?w a tooth our of vour head. Or chatter small talk by ?jeur bed"? Nor docs the comparison end here, lor like ins contemporary of Newcastle, you must know he is a poet. "Benjamin B dm though in trade, H hielt of tont imex does genius fetter. Read w...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 May 1843

For Tb? Tribane. JACK 'S BUR I A L. " Sh?ll we i't)\ th*- maintops sir?" demanded *>Tr. LfjMCh, affer w i inz ? minuteor two in defer nee to the (J rrri minc? er's fcelir.jts. " or shall we r ce.lt on ti>>- yard-t ickles, and HOW the launch?" " No'- yet, Leach?not yet: it will be unkind to paor JVk to harry *wav from hi* gravi ... > ? ? * " The botts. sir?" MLet thetn towawbilelooser. It will vem like d?-v:rtirig iim to !?? rail ling the yard tackle, and stowing boats directly ov-r bit bead.'1 CoorcR. "All hand* I " cried the captain, " to bttry the dead ! " When dipped into Ocean the Sun'j disc ? f red; And the West w ith those soft, pearly tints su itnVr."d That paint morn and ere of a low latitude. IL S*.r**.ched Eastward a coast lined with hillocks of saad, Dread bonnd of a waste, uninhabited iand ; In other directions the briny sw-11 beared, Iii gl^om by the skies' shiftir.g color relieved. lit Whi]? passengers rath-r'd, all mournfal of Ich * A d post at tlie gangwa...

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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