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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 May 1843

A _ . ?g^TORK TRIB?NE. JrF vi"W-YOKK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED *?!?'. EVERV MORNING. RONDAT KXCEPTED, . .to\i?\l-9t. ('?rfOf!TK< .ITY HaU..) NEW-YORK, kT&e%ZeTlo City Snhserib*rs f?r NINE CENTS ; ? r ^ &c?P& TWO CENTS. Mail Sut^ribm j t ?fa-Bnni.i? acvar.ee; and the paper 111 no cav-cwlin- | .'bU-ond the tinM tor whii.li it. it paid. Snuscnptions U- j kSfor Si? Months. i . , Tfim of A d vents.ny: TVV* LINES or I***, (over Six,) First insertion... .'?0 Cents. ! ?"? for each subs^nent , insertion.25 " n for Six insertions, or* one week..'.Si 50 ?* m " forTwBrsTT-Fnxinsertions.ion " Adxertisernwti ?l ?-jnaitv favoral.de rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A_ Very Larse Paper, i-j r the Country, IS n'SUSHED Evr.RT ? ATfitDAT HORMrJG k'x)i*\v* [,n<r of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advice ifASSiiCf s. Rctioiot j and Finkral Notices, not ex ^gjfjnjftre lines, 25 cents. _ piTTLADELPKIA AGENCY.?V. B. Palmlr is anthor u?d to recptvr subscriptions and advertisements lor this pap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 May 1843

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, MONDAY, MAY 29. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, ov KEinrocxr. '<y Persons wishing W subscribe for Thf. Tkisttv. in J*HrLADcr>i?iA, and the adjoining District*, will b* %?rs*d r? ?rolarly crw,- day ou the arrival of th* can at 12 o'clock, isooo. at the low price of SO cent* per month, by b-nv ing their names ?with the undersigned. Single copies two Cents. Th* Week Jy Tribune r*-r No. 6t cents. E. W. CARR, Fcrum O?ke, Philadelphia. KT* Democratic "Whiff General Committee. ?A sjHrtial meetiag of this Committee will be held on Tues? day Evening. May 30, at the Broadway House, at 8 o'clock. PHILIP HONE, Chairman. Josfth P. Pinssm*, / Edwaud E. Com.?-. ( b>? ^Ij^t* For a Letter from Boston on Air. Webster and Pro? tection ; a Letter of Basiu*ss and New* from Pittsburgh; do from Mobile; the new packet Victoria; Proceedings of the Presbyterian General Assemblies; Philadelphia News, etc., ^ee First Pace. [y- For e /Joe?i by ' Amelia,' and an account of H> an DjU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 May 1843

Tue Santa Fe Traders.?We arc glad to be jblc to announce the safe arrival of the whole of the Caravan of Traders who left Santa Fe on the jgt of April. A part of them reached this city this morning in the Occana, from Wcston : the remainder of the party arc at Independence. The Company were, we learn, well advised of thepre gence of the Texan Colonel on the waters of the Arkansas, and were prepared to give him a pro? per reception. He had his spies in Santa Fe, Ilching the movements of the traders, and three of them left that place two or three days in ad? vance of the Company to give him news of their approach. They saw nothing of the Colonel, although he was no doubt in their neighborhood. The servants of Mr. Chavis, who were with him when he was robbed by McDaniel'a gan<r, carnc ia with this Company, and are now at Indepen ce, where they will remain until called for by the Court. We understand that the specie on board the Oceana is principally the property of Mexican citizens,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 May 1843

From tlrfJ-oaiivii;.- Journal. MAY.. Oh, this i* tHr beautiful month of Mar, TTef sejuoo ?Tbirds and of flowvrt. To* young ami the lore'y arr o?t of the way 'Mid'np-sprin^ing ;7as* and the blossoms at play; Oh Bka?V * b*art .sill be happv to-day, I.i this beautiful region of our*. Sw?*r Apr:!, th- frail, tie? capriciously bright, Hath paioied li'/etbe lovejyaway; Vet it- mourn not her absence, for swift at l*r flight Sprang forth her young sirter an angel of fight, A;;d fair ana sunbeam thai dallies the sight, Is beautiful, beautiful May. What scenes of delight, what sweet visions *b* brings, | Of freshness, of gladness, and mirth. Of fair siinny glade* where the butter-cup springs, Of cool gushing fountains, of rose-tinted wings Of birds, bees, and blossoms, all beautiful thing*. Whose brightness rejoices the e.irth. How fair is the landscape o'er hill-top iud glade, What swjft-varjine colors ifire rolled? T1k> shadow now sunshine, the sunshine now shade; J heir light-ihiftiag h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 May 1843

I Tevv vohk tkjbuae. -i-SEW-YOI'.K DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED **T evf;bV MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTF.D, ..uM\A>tti -?T.(?rpo*iTr Crrr Haue,) New-York, yfiiwSto City Subscribers foi NINE CENTS po SwKkVcopi? TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers J5*~? annum, in advance; and the pajer iti no ca*e eontin i/beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscription* ta s for Six Months. *^ Trims t?f Advertising: rrN LINES or C**, (over Six.) r"in.: ihsc.tion... MOnts. " for each subsequent insertion.25 " ? " for Six insertions, or onexveek... $150 " ,. " for Twesty-Fivs insertions.500 " ry? Loairer Advertisemails at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK "WEEKLY TRIBUNE ? Very Large Paper, for th- Country, 1? p' BLI?H? I> every iatvrdat M'.RVHfi i'ibelo*' price ol TWO HOLLARS per annum, in advance rifAiRisCEs, Religious and F?deral Notices, not ex f0smg five lines, 25 cents, _ PHILADELPHIA AGENCY-?V.. B. Pai.mi.r is author i^j w rrr. ivf stibw liptions *':d advertisement* for this Paper. JTkH Office. No....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 May 1843

1 THE TRIBUNE, NEW-Y?RK, TC ESDAY, MAY 30. FOR PRE SID F.ST, HENRY CLAY, OK IC<I I'JCKT. Z7~ Persons wiiriin? to subscribe f t Thi Toincr? in Pmiladklthia. and the adjoining Districts, will be i-rvMl re? gularly every day on the arrival >,( tlx- car* at 12 o'clock, noon, at the low price of JO Cent* per month, by l?av in? tle-ir nauvi with the ondenignea. *?er.?l? copi-i two cents. The Week? ly Tribune pet No. 61 cents. ^ CARR. fonn Oftx*, Pmla.J? !;,!,ia. !T7*" Democratic Whig General Committee. ?A ?necsal meeting of tin* Corn:r.it>r le- held on Tues? day Eitaiiiz. May 30, it the I3r"-.tw*y House. ?? B o'cS* PHILIP HONE, <,hairn,?u JosErH P. PlMSOV. >c. ... , EpwaKP E. Cqwli;,. $ fe-?^?"- <? Ol? TT* For Notice* of Dr. Wthitn's Mitc'Uin'ou* Xotices. Hoooxa's * Portion of the S?ut: the ' Edinburgh Review, fee, and Literature n ? Trade,*ee Fmt Page. 07* For No. A'XII of Political IhHoiy. Last Pa?<?. Death of Noah Webster : By an extra of yesterday morning from the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 May 1843

wpiME ToNSON come again!?Our readers t ??collect ttiat. some eighteen months since. gashed the exploits of a female who had t' reniarkablv successful in this city and else *L \a ; coming it over' the ' lords of the crca 'in tlie matiimonial line, without exactly ^Lnz it. She succeeded in duping several "?ons in Madison, Onondaga, Monroe, and oth ? bounties, noticed at the lime. It was sup. tgi that her career of deception was closed by ^destruction of the Erie, on board of which ^ ?-35 reported to have pone as a passenger, at time of its awful conflagration. But it so. ms ^y; yet in the laud of the living, and as ready ..deceive poor mortals as ever, yesterday, Mr. .1. K.. a fanner, for some time 5Tidovver, rrsidint,' at Gosport, related to us how ge .M. A. W., a witching woman of twenty-five, ^ed herself around his heart, representing that had passed through threat vicissitudes of for gg, but finally emerged from her difficulties, pjng from the wreck about ?2,000,which she l^iafely...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 May 1843

fjolttical Jbistaxv.?No. XXII. Vif-iuf i for The Triown* by Edwin "Williams. Washingtons Administration.. .Sketch of Parti?-', in the (Jailed States.. .Fr-nch Revolution. .".Azriral of Mr Genet. ..Hit Conduct and Recall.. .Third Con^r-ss... fjeniocruie M&jorits for Shaker. The vcar 17^3 was one of many important and interesting events, both in America and Europe. With remind to our domestic politics, parties bad taken a decided character, in and out of Congress. The Members, who dispersed to their respective , homes when a Constitutional period was pot to the existence of the Second Congress, on th- :m of March, 1793, separated with obvious symptoms of extreme irritation; and it was not to be doubted that their utmost efforts would be exerted to corn mtmicate to their constituents the ill humor which rankled in their own bosoms. We have already enumerated some of the causes! which operated "to strengthen the Anti-Federa Party, the opponents of Washington's Adminis? tration. At f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 May 1843

yEW-YORK TRIBUNE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORN INC. SUNDAY. EXCEPTED, a? tfiu Nis?\L-?T.(?froiiTKCii v Hau.,) New-York, itVaSravd to City Sobwibers foi NINE CENTS per ^wtet, Single copies TWO CENTS. Mai! Subscribers ?5 r?-rannum, in advance" am! the paper in no ca.se contin JJd t>j-ond tii*- time for which it i* p*?d. Subicriptiona ta? ken for Six .Months. T - i rn s c f Advertising: TEN LINES or Im, (over Six.) Fi reinsertion... 50 Onts. m " for i ach subsequent insertion.?> " ?a " for SixTiyertions;qronevr#ck...$150 " ? " for T's fnt v-Fivk insertions.5 00 " try* Longer Adverrisemetits^t eijaallv favorable ratea. THE NEW-TORJT WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very LarirK Paper, for the Country, is PCKUSHCO EVERT SATURDAY 14011X150 At the low price ?.! TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance jlaaaraoEs, Kn.ir.ior sand Fes r. hal Notices, notes credit hse lm?*s, 'il, cents. PHILADELPHIA AGENCY.?V. B. Palmer is author i?fd to n-ceive subscriptions and advertisement! f.,r this p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 May 1843

THE TRIBUNE. HENRY CLAY, OF ?ESTCCKT. rrjp? Persons wishing to subscribe for The TniBt;sr. in FlWLaDKsrHia, and the adjoining Districts, will he served re srolarly every day on '.he arrival of th? cars at 12 o'clock, noon, at the low price of M cents ;<er month, by b-a\iag their itar.v-s with the undersigned. Single copies two cents. 1 tie W?-ek ty Tribune per No. Cr emits. E. W. CARR, Forum ?tfke, Philadelphh. JjjT" Henry C Atacy ?s informed that his Memorandum book has been f</uod. Will l?e he so good as to call on H. Gat 9 A. M. 7_ Z~7~~ For a letter giving an account of Political, Financial and Commercial Prnrjtrrti in Indiana, a Is.l'er from but? ton concerning blr. Wi.asTta's prtrjecU and an Association Article, see First Page. For a variety of Deferred AVtr?x and Miscellaneous Items, see Last Page. IIow they .Sqnlrm. An Illinois pnper has the following : "Several fine stock? of spring goods are now Opening lathi* city. See advertisements in this paper. Tlie staple artic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 May 1843

'Novel Steamer.?A steamer of very peculiar construction has been in use for the last three months on the river Rhone, France. Besides the ordinary means of locomotion by side-wheels, it has another large wheel of east iron, upwards of fifteen feet in diameter. This wheel, which ic raised and depressed according to the stage of water in the Rhone, is armed with strong teeth, which give it a linn hold, as it revolves, on the bottom of the river's bed, whereby a degree of re. sistancc is obtained that imparts immense power lo the machinery. This plan is the invention of u Vcrpilleu.x.' His boat is called the Grapin? fGrappler.; It is employed in carrying ore an^ iron from Lavonlte to l^vors. Canal Toli_s.?Tlie tolls on the New York Stale Canals, up lo the s&d May in each \ ear, have },tcn as follows, viz": Canal Days to Total Jlveraet y.,,- . (f}>rnr\\. 'cid Mau. collected. j>er day*. jjgo.April 20 32 $322,671 $10,083 20 :n j<;t.!ms h :\-,:\ foj. " 24 28 S'47,538 ltf,4l jg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 May 1843

mm.iii.ii um \tm.Uli??in.mi.[??mtwiTTmirni-1 _ THE TRIBT XE._ I u*f?sr?i Stasis*!**.} feea*?: is cxtr^rfr pri^a&eiai to aaa&i. ?tri, Cerr& ivrxa the stfrsetUR of litt \aaam w&LZZ v,c asd *"ao &oaa t**e r**??? e? ej-eisKss*-? ,, SoeJb b*3~? tbe -ea*e. it hast be*n e3*v??bsd ms. tat JQ&fc MZttz? Vtsxzesdazj. La -Jse Scaie- Pri??a \ stx Fo&tdei&eza h as ?S? ifx&r^stfL. Tbc <*???BweeTif3? Sewt*? Vrmn ss>d ?e Stsse Pnwe *? ?*b~!l:*a?d-pbjc, is- ?ierr*33 jowsssttc years, swsr -?"?-j %-"5 ?rax*** ?sfdca&s is ti?e bsserii the p?*pcc trj& of races &ata tw* v> one : KS?_.Ii?/.4 3! ... 2 Jrr3J _1*3.* ?J? 4 2-32.3*2.....* 51_4 i*33.-Ii*_3 i25. 2 3=34.If?_I Z-3_ 5 1-aSL.1S7_.4 28fi. " I38L^ .MLi .'. -?.?..-22 1837_.^?4.1 3c*.27 ....m.3 4?*.i? J-tT". ...I7?>..* 43? ... Ii ir4*. . ...K. ...2 ,i*2 ?Lrr*jLsr sei X ?r=-Y">ii.?W* ieaca uy ?x lafawsecir ?2 bt ^sapfopsd -trpva t*ae La-dbir*? Ctaad s* C*2?s*-5t- i&z?r?; 2? preseas na&...

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

^wTyork tribune. ?Sw-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED I PTXRT MORNING, St'NDAT EXCEPTED, 1' .i ?t ferpnitTr. City Haul.) New-York, I i'?J?> & 'v,r NINE CENTS per ^ i^^,r'?cop.i TVVO CKNTS. Mail Snbacnben ?**".B?um in advance; am! th- r.sjjer id no case coutin tr*~? rrl? tirr.- for which it paid. Sot?scr:i'tiou? ta . ^jars'* T(.im8 ,f Advanifing: 8 ^ t rVKS <>r hwa. (over Sis,) Fin: insertion... 50 Gents. I Tt> Hi ~ fnr Mch subw-joent isMrtion.25 - ?? f#r Six insertion*, or one wvek.. . 81 50 ' * ?? for Twej*tt-Fxtx insertions.5 00 " LoaS?r AdmtiswaeuU ??! wails' favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE i Very Lsrr* Paper, for th?- Country, !? f-m.l*KKl? KVF.RV satcrb?t MORSIXfi , I ,pf)C( ..f TWO DOLLARS pei tnnam, in advance ?jjauAOEf, Religious and Fcsf.ral Notice?, not ex five Iiik?. 25c?jts. _ T?lLADELPHIA AGENCY.?V..B. Palmer is author, f^cire tub*eriptions and advertisements for this paper, ^fcftfite, No. MM south Third-itre.-t, near th* Merchant*' "the trib...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 June 1843

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, THURSDAY, JUNE L -fOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, try Persons wiihing to subscribe for Tut Taintnvc it Fi?ii-At>?:i>Hi.i,anu the adjoining Disflt/tcts,?will bes*rved re guUrly every dary on the arrival of the car* at 12 o'clock, dooo, at tie- low price of .V) cent* per mouth, by leavinz their t imes with the undented. Single rr.j.ies two re?t.-.. The Week? ly Tribane per No. u cent*. E. W. CARR, Fomm Otfice, r*h<Ude![.:,ia. tpf- Henry (',. Mary is informed that his Memorandum book has been found. Will lie be so good a* to call on H. G.atfA. M.I _ fr-7- in Whl^ General Committee. May 30. 181'f.?Rnolred. That it i? inexpedient for tl.e Whig General < UBlriiiftfr to recommend any oruaniied action ol the (-jrl ilr appr??'him; Seine.! Election : but that tie- subject b- re I- r.-ed to tie- Ward < nmmittres ;-. 1 ike sui h course t* may?e deemed expedient or de.irahie, m ?.-).' respective V? ?rds. OUt refereuce to COusideraf'Oii* of inrty p-dir y. . PHIL I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 June 1843

?f/tre MlR?erer Sthwart.?We have already jjticcd the capture of Stewart, who perpetrated j^st diabolical murder in Columbia county, Ark. jjollon^ago. We rind the following concerning jijjs fiend in iiuman shape, in the Natchez Charier ?Stewart ficd to Texas, but returned a few -fcks since to Washington, l/>uisiana. He went armed, and bid defiance to the whole country.? He was warned that his presence would not be endured, and that unless he speedily left the coun? try he ?'nU'd k? apprehended. He disregarded tj^ trarninfr, und a few days since lie was cap. tared by three or four spirited citizens of that part of the country, after a most bloody and desperate fflrr3gpnient. He was armed with a douhle-har fgj^d gun, a pair of duelling pistols and a bo wie knife, nor did he .surrender till he was brought (jovn by two discharges of buck shot, and even Iben wanted to continue the fight with his knife. }le is badly wounded, and it is doubtful whether jic ever recovers. What makes the t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 June 1843

THE .MEMORY OF THE DEAD. A REPEAL BOSO. [From ' Th". Nation.' the oncan of the Irish People.] Who fears to speak of Ninety-Eight ? Who blushes at the name ? When cowards mock the patriot's fate. Who hang* his head for shame ? He's all a knave, or half a slave, Wjjo slights his country thus ; But a true man, like you, mw, Will fill your glass with us. We drink the memory of the brave, The faithlul and the few Some lie far orf beyond the wave, Some sleep in Ireland, too : All?all are gone?but still lives on The fame of those who died ; All true men. like you. men. Remember them with pride. Some on the shores of distant lands Their weary hearts have bid. And by the stranger's heedless hands Their lonely graves were made. But, though their clay be far away Beyond the Atlantic foam? In true men, like you, men. Their spirit's still at homo. The dust of some is Irish earth ; Among their own they rest; And the samt land that gave them birth Hhs caught them to her breast ; And we will pray t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 June 1843

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. THENEWnrORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED evert morm.vg, sunday exceited, i. ifin .Na9?a\ ->t. (?rpo?m. Citt Hau-,) New-York, i^V-Iit^-iI to City Subscriber* lor NINE CENTS nn Single co^m TWO CENTS. Mail Subscriteij f.->?f aannm, in advance; and the paper in no-cai^ contin t^iiKjd Ute tine for vvhirh it it paid. Ss'bcrric'ioin Ut r f t m * *>f A')v*>rti^in?: TEN LINES <>r Krsx, (over Sir,) Firxtinv.-tion... 50 O-nta. M " for each subs?|a?!nl Lnwrtion.25 " ?? " fw Six inMrtioris, or one vrt>ek..-. SI 50 *' u " for TwkntvKivk iiivt;i.,.,<.i 00 " ?7* LowAdTerlisemmls ateqaallv favorable rates. TUE NEW-YOKE WEEKLY TRIBUNE A V'rry Lars- f?i<f, for the Country, |> rt'blj?hko Cir.?V saturday M'.BMsr; Atthelo" P**ce TWO JKJLLA ">S|'-r annum, in Tivwce .\1?prM<o.?. RKLiciocsaad Ki >t.n.a Notices; not ei cwdiac li?e lines, 25 cents. _ FiJILAL'KLWllA AGENCY.?V. H. Palmek is ?yr? t? r*^?-i"' <?l>.< iiptidim ?ml advertisement* for th...

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

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, FRIDAY, JUNE 2. FOR PRESJDFLST. HENRY CLAY, ok KCifTTjcvr; fT?- Person? wishing to subscribe for Thi. Tkiblm. in I*hii.*?>ki>hia, and adjoining Districts, will h? ?ervsd re guUrly every day on the arrival vf the car* a'. \ >. ' .?. at the low price of *f\ cent.* per month, bj l<-at iti-' tr?*-ir n*n\-z with the wdjeimjpud. Sihxlecopies iwaemts. The Week? ly Tribute j*-r No. Gr c*uis. B. W. < ARB Kornm Office, Philadelphia; (X}" H'.r.ry C. Moey is i iformed that his Mem irasdrim "book has been found. Will be b* so "ifA as to call M 11. Cat9A- M. '? [ "~/~ In \Vl?i? General Committee, " W.3.?RttoUrd. That it i? inexpedient for the Whir (Jener*! Committee to recommend any onrmized action "file- party at CheataKOwchwig S?;},?e?l Election ?. but :J.>,t tbe-stthjetrt be '? ? f'rredto the Ward Committee* to ytke ?<i ? isms 'teemed ?x;?-di-Tit or desirable; in thi ir re-a ctiVe Ward ?. with oxit. reference to considerations of parti noHev. I'll! L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 June 1843

MONEY MARKET. ?.tec at the Stock Exchange, June 1. JfSr.fa, m.113 ! 25 do So.30 82} 5!!?Ohio6.. '50 .... 92 ! ''0 ,]o ViclubnrK Bfc.. 5 do do.924 125 do Farmer*'Tr. .. . 30 rJrtj d,3 do I ?6. - . 92] 2-5 do do.130 20? ffo do do 1-960. .. 93 j 76 d-? d?. 39j ;?e do do.Mijioo do d...of* :!? do d-<.3.", doOhL&VT C.86 jjCO do d".. . .?aw 93yj 89 do Lafayette. Cio.. -'.n r?x) do do. . ..bl3 93J jjOOKv 0?. ?M 5,000 do d<.a 6 d.. Eagle Im.100 50 do Merchant*' In*. 90 ICO do N K F.r^ I114.. .11?) <M do d.99 I 45 do Mohawk. 39 J?DO do do.blO 99 {110 do do.3H3 . 000 1116*. "7?. S3 ; 76 do do.h30 39 j?0 J.id'i Stl^ bonds. . 35^155 do Storiiugton .. . . 35 lOeO Indiana .'..3S , 60 <lo do...34* ? j?O do do.39 I 60 do do.t?O .I* 25? III, (special) .. . . 3SJ, 36 do do. 1000 do do.39 {310 do Harlem.35 j'flOO do A<.3??i .y) do do.b30 35j .,090 do d. . . .s30d 3? 60 d? do.bid 3.>J \'wo do dr.slO 38H100 do d.hi 6 35 ITflshrs Phenix ?k.9J ! 50 do do. . .. . ,b30 35 JO ,hs D.-i Hu...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 June 1843

From Goiter* Lady'* Book for Jane. STANZAS TO - by mrs. w.e.i smith. On ! deep within rny inmost heart Thy treasured image lies. Enshrined with ail that "a holy there That death or change defies? And yet inv woman's tongue could ne'er Frame words to tell thee thou art dear. No, Woman's love is ever found A silent, hidden thin;: ; Where hopes and fears alternate rise, Like shadows o'er a spring, That in some lone and silent wood Is gushing in the solitude. No : like the voiceless perfume breathed, Where flowerets deck liie ground, Tb.it. hidden in their verdant screen, Else scarcely might be found? I would that o'er thy sense might steal The half a woman's heart can leel! The Indian* fn Florida, dec. The following is an extract from one of Mr. Bryant's letters from tlie Sooth, whence he has recently returned : Now that the Indian war is ended,the emigra? tion has revived, and [Kopie are thronging into the country to take advantage of the law which as. signs a hundred and sixty acre.-...

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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