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

mWW?lVK TRIBUNE. ' v?,V-yORK DAILY TRIBUNE 13 PUBLISHED EVCRr morning, SUNDAT EXCEPTED, ? ' ft^ri?'to"Ciiy^ NIN^E CfNTSpit ; ; Jf^^ico^i? TWO CENTS. Mail Salben tSrtaBOiD, in advance; aud the pamf in no case contia t ?: zT^\-.iiJ ''>?? t:"i- !""r v* Men it is paid. Subscriptions ta Tei ni* " i A d v e r 11 a i n g : rtS LINES or Je?*, (overSix,) Fim insertion... 30 Onts. ?? " for each sub??s!|ueat insertion.2j " , u for St? insertions, or one week.. . s! V " , " for Twr.7?TT-FivK inserthras.500 " LotJer Advertisements at equally favorable rate?. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE i Verj Large Paper; for the ' ountry, ? PCStUHEtl KVTRt S.lTt'MOAV M'"K \ ! n ,. i??*ie lot* price ol TWO DULL As pei annnm, in advance 'j^tBtaocs, Rtttioiova and Fu.iebxi. Notices, note* pjicT tiTe hues. ?Cents. _ PHILADELPHIA AGENCY.?V: I!. Palmer i, author iiioiecerw subscriptions and advertisements for this paper, jtcwur Jj to n*eive subscnpnons and advertisements for this paper, jfia (?tfice. No. im S<&...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 June 1843

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, -SATURDAY, JUNE 3. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, of kotv'.Ki*. '^y Permi? wuhmz to *ur--.'Mt.- f<-r Tu. J fi*' i?E m Phu-sokcVhi s. ?ind tbeadjoisdns IJiatricts, ?rill sersen ? Rtti-irlv-vef. day on the arrrral :'>'?? casaat 12 <!?'?..? ooo. at the loss- price ??f y? eeic. perjnon?i ' ? leaAiogtai ? ???<.? ?with the naomigned. SiagWcOpiea tt?" rent";. The ? " '? J, TribuiKioet No.6i cent*. Lvu - ' Forum Ort;?-, rbtladelpma. Cy The As-nt f?r Tie- Tribun- it Rahwat, N.j. b Ihe?twlv* l'm.r. ^ _ rr/~ ]n W'l?l? Lienernl <iomniiUi < ? M JTA'i.?Resolved, Tint it b mexpedieni forthe Whig General 'iominitiec to r'^'/fiim'-rir! any organized action of tb- t^rt ? *: tie apjwoachinx School Election : bur that the snbject re? ferred to th?? w-rd Committees to take *'"-h wow a* in*- t^ ?definede?;?^!ieiit ">r desirable, in theirireapectne ward?, with? out reference to considerations of part i policy. PHILIP HONE, (""hainiwn. Jb.NMM. I)! I (??, Sv' :-- V . ...

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

*C Baltimore P?t'i"! >ays. according (?> the reports in tin ^7_^ txnretinc was T?.-I?i in Bel-Air, Hartford Co, *^Sh?'iniT.. at which resolutions encouraging ami couu ^repudiation of the debts "f the State of Marylaad ^^?. Holc.Otnbe. Esq. ha* been elected cashier of the Ja gank Mobile, iu place of B. Gayle, Esq. resigned. 'ryBwk ff Attica has been removed to Buffalo. The (..wned by a gentli man r>f great Wealth. nsnrkcii-Cai rfiiUu Reported for'Fht Tribun*. * Fkioat, June 2. lijiES ? The sales .ire n?f qttiteso lar^ to-day as of Jilt?"ugh the dualer? do not appear to think that the fo C,fitks ',a*" an unfavorable effect The sales JLjj ,bout 300 bid* Pott at 4 50 a 4 56J and some v. ry Stan* at a little more. Of Pearls about 50 bids hare Qt$kr< at 5 56J which is a srmll improvement The ar to fair extent. l'?TTON.?Tie- market is* rather rjuiet, operators not ^injrprepared to buy to-day. Holders are \'ery firm al /^gh we believe tbey do not generally ask am advance, g^ale*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 June 1843

Dectrioe oi^A>.soeiaiion. [Cornrnunicatv-d.] Kj/m ^ jonji-montSlT paper, devoted CO t're- propagation rrf ihr Science of Association, h** 'r?-?n commenced at Ann Ar? bor. Michisan- Jf '**> e?TJed Thf ?'? ? ? t > and is pat at the low price of 37t cent* per annum. The art:cW ia the first noober which we h*ve received a:? admirably written, dera? ted in tone.trae in spirit, yet practical and fail ofsoundieason. Books of ?nbscription are *: Ann Arbor for an A** - ciation to be Located in d?at vicinity; it is called the " u aib. teuaw Phalanx."_ Wc extract the following article upon tlie Post tion of Women, from a work entitled " Foorii r and his System," by Madame Gvrn dk Gamond. a French lady of high ability and noble feelings, who has devoted her labors to the cause of Asso? ciation. A translation of the work may be had at Rcdfield s Bookstore, corner Beekmau and Nassau street*. 1 voL 104 pages. Price, 50 cents. The Position of W oman. Fourier expresses the neatest solicitud...

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

SftrSrx Month.. ** Ter in j of A d r er 11 std. g: ^?v LINES or less, (over Six,) First insertion... 50 Cents. j'.ir <>rtrh subsyjuen! insertion.25 " 4 " for Six insertions, or one week... SI 50 " ? " for Twextx-Five insertions.5 00 " <j* Locnet Advertisemaits ?t e<joall v favorable rate*. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRI BUNK . Verv Large P-?r>?-r, for the Country, is rtint-whkd tvr.p.r .sti hday Monxitva ??.j01v price ol TWO DOLLA&Sperai num. in advance liiiiui:?- RcLicioca and FtrstJux Nonces, hot ex ^?rt lines, 25 cents. _ ?BLADELFHIA AGEN< V.?V. B. Palmeti i? anthor -cwroreire inbscttptioiis and advertisements for this paper, ?as??c?, No. 1m South Third-street, near the Merchants' fjd^tage._^_ ^THE TRIBUNE. For the New-York Tribune. Ts the Editor of Tbr T< ilrune : \3 a context to the friendly warnings which Rjj have so repcatrdly extended to the " verdant rcntleracn*' who happen to l?c coming to the city ijrainst those pests of our steamboats and land? ings in ...

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

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 5. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF XKfTCCKT ?7- Persons wi?hing to ?obvcnr*- for Tur. The' i; in Piiii.ADr.m'HiA, and the adjoining District., will U lerved Ijularlv er cry <J^v on the arrival of the rar? a: 12 n'ci ;^k,l'.i',n, at ?V'low price of SO cent* te-r month, by lev in? theirriainej ?with the ontteniened. Single carries two cmn. The Week? ly Tribune per No. Or eent?. E. W. CA UK. . Forum Office, Philadelphia. P"7* The Agent for The Tribune at Ra.HW.it, N.j., b TuKorHii.r? Pa<;k._ ?7" Democratic IVhisr funeral Commit? tee.? A meetiag of tf.i* C >mmitt?e wiil ie- held on T i ? ?? J ???.enir.g, June o. at theBroadwae House at a quarter paat.8 o'clock. fiiiLi!- HONE, Cliairmsn. joseph P. Pim-o-r. ) , Edwakd E. Cowi.es, $ Secretaries. 2t ITT* General Committee of Dcmorraln WaXlc Vouii'4 Men.-a?i-'-jl mea^imr oj mitte? wHIteheldatd? Broadway House on Tuesday Lven jbt. theoth of June, ai 'i o'clock. }\ r, .,,?,,? a DDI SON JJOI OHEET?, ' ha...

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

MARRIED, Oa Thundav evening, 1st instant, by the R*v. Mr. P.iisal, \{rJaffles W."Pincktiey to Miss Emetine E. Granger, all of ^i^St. Luke's Church, on Thursday eveninr. June Hr, by ejr JohnM. Forbes, Charles H Smith and Lucretia C, l," daughter of Isaac S|>-*:iC?-r. all of tliis citv. fjliyst, 18*3. at Cold Spring, N. V. bj th* Rer.J. F. Cork" IVt. William C. Majrre, of Hardwiclc, Sn?s-t conn* -r N. J. to Miss Am.a S. Clark, daughter of R*-v. John F. t'^*T29i bv Rev. H. A. Boardman, Rev. Tryon Edward".. -rR(;ches(er' \. V., to Catharine Biien, diuirf't-r of Sarai ??..hrs, ofHagerstown, Md. At Brooklyn. June I; by R.-v. Mr. DofSeldj Nicholas Car lu.j to Mar) Helene s<:'*r>?d-r. *\t Brooklyn. May 31, by Rev. Mr. Gnddard, John E. jjoore, Esq.,of Greensboro, Alabama, to Letilia I)., daogh ?r j ih* !*te Matthew Watson, ofVirginia. At SoSeld, Ct., by Rev. A. C. Washburn, William H. Bancu, of tili? city, to Delia Mather; "f S.iifi-ld. DIED, On Sunday morning, 4tn inst. Mr. Jarno? ...

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

For Th* Trioua*? ?IdiiriOtl. KT AVOCtTV ?r-ODCRi.??. Behold! how press the Bring crowds Along the thorny road of Life, Seeking for Farne or Love or Power, *rtjCV go?and wrap thern in their shrouds? They rush into a deadly strife, And sleep in Death's funereal bower. They dream not of the changing years, Or of the flying crowd* behind, But seek in pride a deathless name. In vain the toil?ihr- strife? the tears? They go like chaff before the wind, They die 'like stubble in the flame.' Thus with the crowd?but there be those, Who, armed in nobleness of Good? Who wield the flaming sword of Truth, Shall rise like victors from their foes, And whose proud names o'er Death subdued. Shall flourish in eternal Youth ! But why art thou a thing to dread, From which we shrink as from the grave, And bend in tears, Oblivion ' Thv cypress waving o'er the dead, To holy calm our dust shall save As we forgetful slumber on ! Away with dreams of selfish pride? Away with Honor's fickle breath, And toys for...

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

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. THE-NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, At 15" N sj?.u -?t. (orrosiTK Uity Hau..*. Nkw-Tork, And delivered to City Subscribers for NINE CENTS per Single cp.e, TWO CENTS. Mail Subset*.,, ?i prr annum, in adrance: and the paper in no cas- contin? ued beyond the time for which it is pnid. Subscriptions ta? ken for Six Months. Terms <? f Advertising: TEN LINES or leas, {ov-r Six.) First insertion... 50 Cents. " for each[subsequent insertion.25 " m " for Stx insertions, or One week.$150 " " f>r Tv>Kr?Tr-Fivf. insertions.5 00 " Longer Advertisement* at equally favorable rites. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Paper, for the Country, is rr?i.isHr.i> esf.rv sstobdat MOBgsi.xG Atth*lcw price of TWO DOLLAAS per annum, in advanc* MfRKT?OKS, Rkliciovs and Fv.rvER.iL Noth k?, not ex ceedinK fixe lines, '?> cents. PHILADELPHIA AGENC V.-V. B. Palmer i< author j?ed tO receive sub-xi ||>'!ons ind advert! ..:ne:,fi fr,r fh...

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

THE TRI BUKE.. TUESjyAY, MORNING, JUNE 6. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF K&JfTUCKY. rr7?- Persons wishing to labscnbe for The T*i?c?i ? PHiL.Df.rfrHiA, and theadjoining Districts, will b* served re arstlarly every day on tie- arrival of the cam ?1 ii 0 cl cJr.i at the low price of i<0 cots per month, bj leai lug '-? w ith the undersigned. Single copies twroceut*. TV* VVeea lr Tribune |>er No. ? cents. K. W. CABR. . Forum Office, Philadelphia. \*J~ The Agint for Tie- Tribune it Kaiiwvr, N.J. i-. THKOrMILV? P*.ce. ^_ 1C7* Democratic Whifi General Commit? tee*?A meeting of this Ccimmitt*^ willbe beld ou J ; evening, June 6, at the Broadway Home, it a rjnnrtVr past2 o'clock. PHILIP Hi ?NE I I urmau. Joseph P.Tikssoji, .o,.^,,;, . ^ Edwabo E. Com.i.', , ... " >j2t 10* General Committee of 6emocra*ie Mtt-ifi Young Men.-A >:> cial meeting ol tnis< ? ?nitu-e "ill be neldat the Broadway House on i neaday Li ??? ing, theCthofJuiK-, at 8'.chHrk. Bl''"d-r ADDISON DOl GHEK3 ...

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

rr? L-eary *fc Co.-Gfi?oa Ka<? -A for fabric of "Ztir-r Kxriue and delicate hue, oij.rcssly adapted to (Jen ^L,\ 5anwv?r wear, by rea'.mi of their exc^'din; tightness, rJiSticitv .-nd durability, BOW r*adv and for *ale by LEAHY CO., No. I and 5 Axtox House, iio a choice selectioa of the ele~ont Rocky Mfuntain S&iti Hat for Summer use. je3 Gt REAL ESTATE SALES?Jur-x 6th. At Qtcood A' livrlim?.'lt the Merchants' I'.j i -i..?n ?r. ifacco the West side of Broadway, between 13th ?rl N'h street*, 2 "> by 9!> feet. . .'.$4 ,250 ?Sadhnaiog, southerly, 25 by 100 feet. 4.300 ?Mson I21st-street, near avenue A, Harlem, witli ^ifcunebouse-o. 1,500 r\r prices obtaised for the Broadway property; indicate a .{fj d*cid."d iin]: cement in Real Estate. The bidding was -fcitedj and by linht or ten of ?ur ui"st wealthy capitalists MONEY MAIiKET. Salc-i nt the .Slock Kxclianjrc, June 5. ?.700 N. Y5s, *60 . 98 50 d*. do..32 efl^? w_ QAJ! Vi .1. ioWKy &. ;'*-} -X? do do.33 ,p(KX) do do.08]...

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

For th* Tribuse. TO A MOCKING-BIRD. Bird, that attest on the spray! Trilling to the fadeless leaf, Sweetest music ail the day, Breathing not a note of grief. Welcome ! thou hast touched my heart. Tears have gathered to my eye ; Messenger of joy thou art, I am glad when thou art nigh. Whence are all thy silver tones, Tinkling like a merry bell ' Which the heart responsive owns Sweeter than the tongue "may teD ' Stealing gently o'er the soul, Giving mirth they cannot take, As successive ripples roil O'er the breezc-cnebanted lake ? Sing ! O, do not cease thy lay ! Swell again thy tiny throat! Tones of loved ones far away, Dwell in every warbled note ! Tones of loved ones?will they die 7 Will they cease their song as thou ' Raise again thine anthem high, From the old oak's mossy bough. Thanks ! thy song comes sweet and clear, Softer, gladder than before ; Thou, upon the ravished ear, Unmixed melody dost pour. Telling of the upper skies? Music mortals may not bear Unto Him as thine shal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 June 1843

^U-YOKK TKffi?lVE. r VEW-fORK DAILY' TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED I i trKBV mornixg, suxoay kxceited, , Wi^st.st.(*pi">?'TkCiiv Hau..) N>w-Vork, *T-?. ?l ? ' ' Subveni? .... NINE CENTS on !> j*t* siVcl?cop.A TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers * "iiiisMii:. iu wirauce; and the paper in no case contm 3 tfotouA tv time for whicn it is v^d. bubscottsous U s "'S si* Mouth*. . . 5 k***5' Tetm* <.f Advertising: ?" LINKS or k-n, (oeerSix,) Firetinsertioo...?ICents. ? ?'? foreach ?ubsvjuent insertion.25 ' ' ? for Six in?',rtir.ri>,or <i!ie nuek .. . $1 50 " '?: ' f?r *f wi.mtv-Km r. imertions.5 00 " li ^tont?rAd?e:ti?"m^j?? at e.;?alh favorable rat-s. TH? VKW-YORK"VvEEKLV TRIBUNE yrr'.' l.trx- Paper, l-.r the Country, f u ptHLIIHCD BTBR% *ATCaO AVMOKNINO . ^ j.mrn: TWO DOLLAiR S |>ei aunum, Lu sdvance fiRJuiCCi Kxt-tcioos and Kt >i.iial Nonets, not ex J^rfiralines,25cents. _ fStlLADEUPHIA AGENC V".? V. H. Palmf.h i, author j?1, *t.!?v< nptious uid ad* ;rtisemeiits Ibi this papr. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 June 1843

THE TRIB?NE. WEDNESDAY MOKNING, JFNE 7 FOR PRESIDENT, HESRY CLAY, OF KF.5TUCKY. ry Person? wishing Uj ?nbscrtV for Tm: T*I?1 n?S w pHiLtDn*-Hu, and the ad j >i tii g D istri ??? wilib ? nlarlv every day on the arrital of the cam at 12 o clock, ?000. at the low price of 50 centi per month, bj lev u? their ?w ?with the nodwaoed- Single copies two cents. Th* ? ,~i. ly Tiibuae per SoT^ cents. - X^W.CAKR.^. Porom Office, Philadelphia. Qy The Agent for Tie- Tribune at Rahway, N. I is Tnxoi hili i Pao i rry p'or several Literary Xotict *? Letter oo?v Wa *?*A Canaf, a Goto Waich, km., see First Page. CT-.ForaPoem ? TVo Friend? Wisconsin Wool, fcc-, aee L -st P i;i Intriguers Foiled. The Free Trade papers some time since, with prodigious exultation, announced that the Elec? tion of officers in the Chamber oi Commerce in Ibis city bad resulted in the utter overthrow ol the adherents of Protection, and the election in their stead, of thorough Free Trade Loco-Focos. A few days revealed the m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 June 1843

^without a physician, and died there on Monday after thrnyirh pare weakness, in tl*> arms of a b'arder. Ver >*>f 'dra'h hy exhaustion. Death bt a Fan..?The Coroner held an inquest to-day rt-lwu?e of Abraham Storm?, 192 22d street, on the bo l'1*.. orn:_U_ ir.inanl inn^nhM dj of t? William Henry Harmon, a naral apprentice jjj^j,] fhr l". S.ihip ludependerr*., teed 15 years and 10 Hueths who fell from the ipar to the main d.-ck, on Satnr SSL ar.d died on Sunday morning Verdict, that be J5^?hii death by a fall. ice. feT- It i? proper to itate tha" tlie Snrgeon ofthe Iodepend ^james 5?C Green, who was present at the house at a ^(toesfc behaved in a most outrageous and insulting manner tb* Coroner, because the latter had said that the conduct |?ll?< jis*istant:Sntgeon in giving a certificate in this cue, outrage upon the laws if the State. This the Snr ~na wh'1 thought hi* dignity derogated from because he Iris <t>ari.e'! with disregarding the laws, deeming it an insult...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 June 1843

For Tb* Tobuae. j TO A FRIEND. hVho had of.tn tj*ken of a Ulore.d Mother. and rwv. for tht first time,-mentioned that the ire? no more. And is she dead?your Mother dear1 The truest friend you e'er can know1 Though long in weal you linger here, Or pine unsoothed in wean* wo? Ah ! is she dead ??Would I had seen, But once, that loved and lovely fece ' How beautiful she must have been? How full of tenderness and grace ! How beautiful!?0, ask not why I think her fdec was very fair ; And that ttVre dwelt, in her d;irh eye. A sweetness ?-yes may seldom wear ; For you have said that every line And feature were most like your own !' Even to her raven curia' dark shine, And liquid music of her tone .' She Bleeps ! the pushing tear-drops ttart For her I never looked upon, Up from my sad and melting heart, - As though a friend I loved had gone! The damp grave hold? her, and the clay Presses those dreamless eyelids down, That know no more the light of day From the deep midnight's heavy frown ! S...

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

NEW-YORK TRIB?NE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED r.vr.RX MORNINO, SCNDAY EXCEPTED, At V? n -st. (?rrosiTF. Citt HallJ New-Yore, -Vcd delivered to City Subscribers f.->r NINE CENTS i?j wick. Single copies TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers fj per sauum. in advance; and the paper in no case contin? ued beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta? ken for Six Months. Teirns of Advjrtising: TEN LJNES or less, (over Sit,) Fin:insertion... M OeU. "' " for each subsfccjoent insertion.25 " " foi Six insertions, or one week... Si iO ?' " for Tw entt-Fii e insertions..... .i CO " V^y Longer Adf-rrisemfxits a: equally favorable rates. 111E NEW-V0RK WEEKLV TRIBUNE A Ve.-y Large Paper, for the Country, is pt;bi.:?hfo evert ?\tt hbu mgrm-io At the low price ol TWO D?LLA TVS ;e-r annum, in idvir.c* MfBJtiaoxs, ReUoiov?and Fern-Rat Notices,notes tee-:.i i .!??>. l> ?--?*<? PHILADELPHIA AGENCY.?V. B. Palmer is anthor ited tw receive subscriptions o,d advertisements for tins ...

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

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY" MORNING, JUNE 8. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CJLAT, of KCfrrccxr. xO^ The Agent for Ti* Tribun? ? BaHWaT, N.J., ? ThCOFKILCi P?m:. fj^k- For a Letter from id Seafg, F.iq. r,f Borton. in ** position of the new* of the signers oft!.* Boston Letter U Mr. Webster^Liteary Notices, Pierre Seide, Count TfOt soy, *tc. See First Pa^e. rva- For a P-em oa Ireland, and tAr Pnkmiff SsrmaJr from Chuxxlewit, See L^t Page. Cremt Repeal Heettogr. The fiiendsof a Repeal of the Existing Union between England and Ireland and the establish, j rnent of a National Irish Parliament, held an ad. joorned meeting last evening at the Washington Hotel, which was attended by a very large audi? ence, and marked by the utmost ardor and enthu? siasm. It was the third meeting of the series of which the former two were attended with the like demonstrations of /enl. The Hull was densely crowded at an early hour ; and on l?eing called to order, was organized by the nomination, and loudly applauded flect...

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

Sa-Wi SaRsatakilla has raised uj. for its*-!I witness*-* to it* efficacy which cannot I** doubted ; they stand ev:h -i*:d Um-one a inonamut, upon whose brow is written. 'Jam u> man whom it La- cured !'?tin ? one from the Everest chron? ic Rheumatism, that -w from inveterate cutaneous eruption, irother fr?m scrofula, anothei from eul>.r?'?mt-ut aud pain of ?V bore-* and joints, anolh-r from chronic sor- eyes, ?od an other fr^m disease arising from an impure state of the blood. The?e ire its works; and by its fruits a tree i? known. For a fn'l historj of this preparation and its cures, ???? in article ad" Messed To the World, on the first page. Tut complexion i? stw much improved b> iu use. . For particulars sc*1 advertisements la this and otter citj ^rVnar^d and sold, wh?!"sale and retail, *nd for exportation, beA-B. SANDS *t Co.. Druggists, (Granite BuiiJw.irs.) *rt Broadway, comer of Chamfers-street. New-York. ft' bv A. B. & D. Sands, 70 Fulton-st. and 77 Bail Broadw a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 June 1843

;; " For The Tribune. IRELAND. Too long beneath the Tyrant'? chain, Above the broken, trampled fane, Has Ireland slept, And dimly kept Her ancient glory hid away ;? Will not her sons arise to-day, The brave, the strong, And round her throng, With fearless hearts, and ppearH and glaive?, And, like the unstaid ocean waves, Be free ? 0 Ireland, rouse! by all thy fame, The glory clustering round thy name In other days, By hero bays? By all of song thy shores have heard, By all the eloquence that stirred Their sleeping dust, The great and just, Who dared with voice, and dared with steel, To rise and smite the Tyrant's heel, Be free'. Shall Emmet's shade in vain appeal ? And they who perished for thy weal Lie all unheard ? Is there no word Like fire to stir thy million souls, Until like yon wild storm that rolls The maddened surge, They rise and urge Their battle to the Tyrant's throne, And o'er the last oppressor's groan Be free ? O hallowed land of tears and blood, Where Tyranny has pou...

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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