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

VEVV-YOKK TRIBUNE; r,v tJEW-TOKK DAILY TRIBUNE IS rURLlSHEJ) 7 evesy mornixo, bcxday excepted, v-o for Six Moa??. TfcV LINES (?:!.?...{">? i.- "',) Finrt r:ion... SO Onto. ? " foi Hrx ifcirrtio'jji.or o;it-w? !t... $! io " ? " for TwkstvFivk jiuirrrion*.6 00 " yyhozi'x Ad'erti* meats at -;ndiv ; iroi ible rites. U3E XEW-yORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE a Very Lar??- r*?|if?r, for the Country, If y\-m.l-,ur n ETEM - \TVKH4tr MOfcRIRG tanrpoce of TWO DOLLARS !><rr;u;tiuu?. iii advice ? ??iti!?';rf, Rkliciocsand Fsreru. Notices,not? C*? ?im?, - CcaU. _ ??LADELPIIIA AGENCY.?Vi B. Paxmkt: i author i?! t? recer??" *<ih?:ii|>f)on(^:i<l n?!*Vf tisfinrnti for ti:i. raj*T. j^?flic*, No. Its S<?utli Tbiritstreet, u?-ir the Merchants' ""the tribune. tfr. Webster and *he TnrifT?Affair* nt Washington, ?*c<-. Corrcsposdeacc of The Tribune. WAsHtRCT.oy, Jain-12, l^!2. The friends of Protection?that is, of the sup? port and encouragement of American Industry ja the most comprehensive sous...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 June 1843

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 15. FOP- PR ESI D EXT. KESRY CLAY, or iLiTV'txr. {r*7** All i>eT*o-.s ? isixirz Th<? Tribune oCic? oa business strictly. *??eh ?a r-!ate*to A.Avrrdyeir.'-om. No:jc<r?, as<l tbe j nkr.?vnil c<.of?r t xr-ri-. f-.vor by cpplviag to Thomas *ic ?lr?lh i-t ti-r fi-st-i'oor or proper fc>i?: ??i orSc of the estab- ' likhir.-t::, e.njy.ot vrearvin*: tu. ms-b-s tu c??b three or War Jo;.< .i.^'.u *a stairs to tin? Editor** ro..rr.. Necessity rficute* : ^7" Th* Azent f<,r Tl*- Tribune it RaHWar, N. J.. is *??? E . r >r L ' ?> V\:.r ^ _ rt7** Wanted, ail Aceat for this paper ?t PB.oviTjr.vrr.. R. L No oo*?aeed apply ai-css ht iwid^, and is accaaictcd sn | that city. ^ ^ {jfjf- For Letters from Washington tad tin Mississippi i Jlii cr, t,c. See Fur. Page. fjrj**- For ?1 Pi"-n, ^nrxovtty */ StpAonr, &c. See La*t i Great Repeal Seeling. The Mass Meeting of those friendly to a Re? peal of the existing Union between England and Ire...

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

Xo.v-Rr.sisT.vNTs.?A correspondent of ' The liberator- firrnishea wine facts in regard to a sect among the German population of oar country, called Menonites, which are ne-.v and interesting, These Menonites are tiie followers of Meno St men, a eeceder from the Catholic Church, and eotemporary with Luther. They are all Ger jjj;irjc_Lverv few of them speaking English?and arc to be found, some in Erie County, New.York, f/mie in Ohio and Maryland; but principally in jjjc centre of Fenn.-ylv.mia?in Lancaster. York and Dauphin Counties'. Altogether, they num. ^ a:-<>;;i 120,000. Tiieir religious sentiments arc pretty much the same as those of Fri< nds, except that they hold to baptism by water.? They*arc opposed to all war, aggressive or de? fensive- In this reepi -t they go beyond FriendSj and embrace the * n' n-resistance' j rinciple to its fulte.-t extent. They arc opposed to ali human Governments that arc based upon the force or life-taking principle, for this reason they ha...

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

For OK York Tribune. - T A N Z A 6 . IT MR*- T.. i . EiMM. to tk2 memory o? mus. asm lewis. '? And thou. :h:on/n mio:;- >. ci>a!.<* has*.*rr-d. Wife i ?BO?W11 ma the t^rl-/ iexd V I. >T u difficult to feel that thoa xlist passed away from earth for ever? That thou art lying lowly now With that dreamless sleep upon thy brow, Which heedetfa not Life's fitful fever? Tfcat thou art neeu no more among Thy nursling baud at morn or even, Nor by his side, whose heart's deep love In happier hours to thee was given; \% i ctnnot think that thou art dead, So clear thine image glands before me, Not with cirth's mantle o'er tbec spread? Not with the gravestone at thy head, Did ever thoughts of thee come o'er mc. But 'mid the quiet scenes of home, Will: thy. little world of loved ones round thee ; With health, and hope, and happiness, Did musing memory surround thee. III. And thus, dear friend, 1 placed afar Thy dying day in the onward distance? II ut already is thy life's journey o'er...

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

TVEW-YOKK TKIBLjVE. TFffi NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE JS PUBLISHED ' KVF.RV MOR-VLViJ, sunday EXCKTT?D, At 1*Na??.?*-??.(aprbaiTieCtTT HatijO'NwfYoBi; ? wi.Uitffnl to City Subscribers for NINE. CENT ?per A^ TWO CENTS. Mail Subscriber* ?s i^-r' annum, in advance; and the |wt>er in no case .-" ^} hvrj-ond tie- time for v?hich it is paid. Sub3cnp conUn tious ta kenf<t Montiis. Teims of Ad v e r 11 s 1 u $r: TF'S LINES <>r K<ss. (oserSix,) Fjr.st insertion... 5-1 Cents. ' ??" " " for each subsequent insertion.11? " i> " fo; Sis inserti"i>*,or one rrerk... $1 50 " . .. forTwkktvKitkinsertions..500 " -y Longer Advertisements ater;aallv favorable rates. TliF. NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE a_ V'erv Larze Paper, for th* Country, i. r'ruM.HKn kverv satt-cbav hohning anheloi* pric< of TWO DOLLARS perannum, in advance ^dsAKiAciRs, Rrxir.ioirsand Funeral Noticks,notes Mgdiar, ?ve ir.'r>, '?r cents. PHILADELPHIA AGENCY.?V. B. Palmar isaothor ? teieccive subscriptions and advertise...

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

THE TRIB?NE. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 16. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OK KESTVCKY. All persons visiti,.g Tot Tribune office on busintts ILhcv-uly asn not wesuvieg Uwmselves to climb three or four Ions lights of slaixslo the Editor* room. Necessity .dictates this lequwt; Will not courtesy caase i: to be lesj/fcted I ?mm" ri7*Tbe Agent for The Tribune at Hahway, IS*. J.. is ?-?tXEOfiiiLC? t'aoi:. M?a? Wanted, an Attent for diu at Providence, R L No one need apply unless he. jesi'lei and is ucqaaintcd in that city. - ?asm dQf- For Notices of BaaDyyt-.D'j American Antiquities, tbi Railroad Journal, Mooxt's History of Ireland, an Original Letter f rem Jon* Ra.woi.rri of lloanuke, never before- published, aod an article aa JjiJian Hemp, see First ?agf. fjQu For interesting Anecdotes corcerning die habits of Rattlesnakes, fcc see Last Page. fjrj- ' A Subscriber' wishes to know who are the owners, agents, &c- <>T the Iron Steamboat which recently came through L-ike Ch.-rnrdain. Wc cann...

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

tT There is a man living in this city, who, Jh. a moment of anger, declared he would not EKb his wife for a period of eight years, and flcpt his word. Although he lived with her, *i jjappily for aught wc know, all the time, till ?\\ years had passed by, never a word passed i * .u...? This ma}' be relied on as strictly [Portland Bulletin. * fcitrcen them. csc MONEY MARKET. e.if? (Kl the Stock Exchnngc June 15. -SsyV*.itr?1; 26 do uo.bio 20* ??nY 6s, 10S]' $500 Ohio BijW.-.opg Sj? 25 25 75 do do.l)3? 26J do du. ..... snw 'id do do.s30 26 do Moh'k.b60 381 do do.371 do Harlem. 334 do.832 do.?30 33} do.s?9 33j do.b30 334 do.MO 33J do Bos Sc Prot bOO.lOI do do.101 doUtica Rrd.11? do do do do do t?yio *?., do do.5W .78 *'X <!o do....b30 08J ">0 So do ?lo.cw 50 r?rj0l?tLana Btmd* ? ? ? 3.^1,100 So do.? ? 3*1 100 iS? do do .. . .?10 36^100 ?flWl?.(?F*cW).34 J100 1300 do do.o.>; j loo jiyjO do do.331 j 12 iflOO'Tennessr *????? SO i.hsMech Bk.100 ? do Union.108 ? S .hs Del & Had-1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 June 1843

RatUesnak?*.. A physician, one of my intimate friends, passed a night in a state of great perplexity, of which the following account may give the reader some idea. He had, like mc, entertained the desire of observ? ing the particular ways of these terrible reptiles, "kept in a cage, and succeeded in furnishing him? self with four of tbcui, of various sizes. For fear of some accident on account of the negli? gence of his negroes, be had placed tbc cage ?which enclosed them in a spacious room, which he made his bed-chamber. A negro was selected to feed and attend to them, it war, my friend's cuatom, on his return home, to tokc a glance( at his animals, to assure himself of their being pro? perly fed, and their cage door being well shut.? One* night, having come home very late and tired, he neglected this precaution and went to bed.? The weather wan very hot. and. notwithstanding his state of fatigue, several hours glided away without his obtaining any sleep. He suddenly heard a light,...

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

jtf?W-YOKk TKi?tiii^. VVFvr-rORK DAILY TRIBtTNE IS PU ^' n-i'BY MORNING, 8 UN DA V' EXCEPTED, *rWD>Subscribers fri NIXE CENTS ? TWO CENTS. Mail Subs, ril . ?^V;".". iniai ince; and th- pajier maocu contn, WSiood tbe time for ? bicb it is paid. s>ub?cnpiioua Us r^cSsiJ Mouths. , . s*?lor- Te i tn s e f Ad verti s i n R : ??s or less, (over Six,} hirstihsertion... 10 Lents " forsch subsequent insertion... ...2j5 || ? f?/Sixinserunn?.oronevTTS*k,^-?l.aii " ?< for Twk??tv-Fivk insertions.ittO ' 1^*7 Advertisements ateqnallv favorable rate*. }? T|IK NXW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE . very Large Paper, f'-r the Conn try; ? nrc?i.ttnr.t? Kvr.HY MTFSDitr jioksim . , .,,'-,<-' : TV. if IM ?1-1- \K>\--t..n. in idv *K,?ifjr? ItEWGioesaud Kuskral NoTiCK?,note jjff,;, lines. _ rtkADELPHI \ AGEN< Y.-V. B. Pai/uks isautl jwrrfeiv* subscriptions and adverti.rutsTorthu impel ?"ggj^e, No. 101 South Third-street, ne u th ? Mer<!. uita THE TRI BUIN E. rjavelii'Sf ou Olito River?Clncin ? uat...

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

TUE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 17. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, vrT~ All persons i isirii g The Tribune c'X.v on e ?inner stnctly* such .as relate to Anwm,- , Notices, <ta0_t.ru like,?w i U confer a -*reai favor by apj?lvms_to Ihomas ...<? Elrah in tbefirst-lloor or proper busi ess office of the estate hshrneut. ami not weanruig tbemselves to climb three or tou louiC nights of stairsto :he Edit r*? room. >? e^ty dictate tlus request; will not courtesy cause it to be ??*cted t _*_/*? The Agent for The Tribune e.t Eahway, N. j.. i ??jHEorHti.*;? rar.c. _____ _ 'jjr Wasted, an Agent for this paper at PacTiDESCE.B X, No om need apply unloss he lesiues and is acquainted u that city._ fjjju Per a L-'fer /rant Cincinrtcn'. Sec., *? First Pag? ft*- For a Poem on the Bunker Hill Monument, b; Mrs. SioooTstrETi Sketch of John Randolph, Novel Ba lent, kc, see Lau P . e. * - ?SSSBS? The Spirit ol* Tylwrism. We find in the Madisonian the details of a . publio dinner which the ? person...

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

LetD and Cotton to China.? We mentioned, ?dar or two since, the sailing of the ship Delhi from New-Orleans for Canton, with 2,363 hales 0f cotton and G.tkiG pigs of lead. Another ship (the Ceylon) sailed from the same port on the ^me d?V, with 1,34:2 hales of cotton and ?.T.'J.? p'ffsof lead, for St. Petcrsburgh. Our lead now Ljesto all parts of the world, not excepting Kns; jand. The quantity shipped to China in the year 1842 is stated at over $250,000 in value. The shipment of cotton to that country from the 0nited States is something new. A few bales were, th'pp^d in 1840, probably by way of experi? ment; but none in 1841. Now a single vessel carries out 2,363 bales. Instead of India cotton driving us out of the English market by its cheap, rjcfsand abundance, .-.shad been predicted by wine,) we are invading a market which India cotton has hitherto monopolized. We carry our cotton 8,000 or 10,000 miles further than the In? dia factor* do theirs, and yet contrive, if hot to unders...

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

r':? BO the Boston I'cst. B?NKEE HIU^MONL^IENT Ol M??. tlGOVt&KT. 3>..isc leftr eoltitnn, in thine attic grace And to the stM?i?'-r bark that plougltj the deep Show freedom's land ! beckon the homeward bound, X,ike some good angel horering o'er the roof Where resthii Little ones, and where, with song Wbose-oft-.'epeated burden is his name. 'IV mother lulls to sleep her cradled babe. Then the rough sailor, battling with the surge, F Jreets his to.l, a^d he who wandered long In Foreign climes, perchance with eager eye For glittering pageant or for royal pcum, Owns the electric chain that binds so strong Unto his native hills, and tells b >w gtn - To live, aud di?, amid bis fathe i graves. But thou around thy base, when early Spriug Tints the first grass-flower, lure those beauteous groups Who gambol, free from car-. There, should ihej meet Borne-wayworn pilgrim, leaning ?n his stall. And lost ?rnid the memories of the past, By their young footsteps roused, pernapshe 11 raise...

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

^JEW-YORK TRIBUNE. ,?ir NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY RXCEPTBB, AT 160 Nas.AU-JT. (WOilTEClTY HaL^N^-Y?HR, . jAviirrr?! to City Subscriber* tor MNP. CEN 1 S |>?-r sSucopie* TWO CENTS. Mail Subscriber, tsrer annum, in advance; and the paper in no case coatlu ,/b?rorid the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions u kcu for Sit .Mouths. ? *^ Teirnsof Ad vorti si ng : TVS LINES or le*s. (over Sist,) First insertion... SO Cents. " for each subsequent insertion.25 " m " for Six insertions, or one wtrk ... s! jO " * ? " for Twewtt-Fivxinsertions.5 00 " jrj-* Lonccr Advertisements at equal! v favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE .a Yery Large Paper, for the Country, is rent-imK.n kvfrv Saturday morning Attbeloiv price of TWO DOLLAfcK |?er annum, in advance ^Ukxiaces, Religious and Funeral Notices, notes j^inC five lines, 2i cents. _ PHILADELPHI A AGENCY.?V. B. Palmed i#author iud to receive subscriptions ami advertisements for tiiis paper. JgjOflice, N...

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

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAYM^^INgTjUN E 19. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF EF.tVTCCKY. ir/"" Persons wishing to subscribe for Thf. Trirvnf. in Philadelthia, and the adjoining Districts, will be ie?rv?-d re gailarlv every day on the arrival of the cars *t 12 oYIork.coon. at the low price of 50 tents per month, by leaving their names with the undersigned. Single copies two cents. The Week? ly Tribane per No. 6t cents. E W. CAP. R. Fornm Office, Philadelphia. [Q^ Wanted, an Agent for this paper at Providence, R. L N'o one need apply urdejs he jt-^ides aud is acquainted in tliat city. _ 3y Democratic "Whig General Commit? tee.?A Special Meetioz of this Committee ?ii' be held <--i Tuesday Evening. June 20, at the Bmadwar House, at ftj O'clock. PHILIP HO Nr., Chairman. Joseph P. PtRsso*. > ci__-* - Edwaro E. Cowu s, \ ^creun?. jI9 3t {jQH For Letters from Springfield, III., Chicago and j ?5 Frttran, Mineral Resources, Mobile Conflagration, I in- ' prove?ent in the Microscope, Astronomy, Pres...

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

Court Calendar?Thin Day. ri.ciIJt Cam.?No*. 55, 90, 24, 109, 62, 101, 102, 73, -j SI S:1 116, 117, m, 113,3.1, 133. ' 8cirER?o*CooRT.-Nos.7,16, 109, 93; 102. -29, 46, 6,9?. 9 105, 9. 2. 15>. ~ l4' ,0' 11 ? 21- 64' ?> llL. Common PtJtA?.?T''0 new u'"n opens this morning, b;n there will probablv be litt!?* or nothing dons besides em pan teling a Jury? M tn<! County Court meets at Ii. Ni? calen? dar posted- _-tw__ CITY INTEL LI G E NCE. SVturdat, June 17. Cot'rt for tur correction of errors? Senator Detmiston in the Chair. Rolicrt Hut!on plaintiff in error vs. The American In ncrance Co. oj1 Xcu- York.?rTlie Company in Janu -.: i. 183'., in?ure<l $3,500 on the brig Champion, the policy t" continue ic fore* lor a year, or, if the vessel should be as. sen at its ex? piration, flu* policy to be binding till her arrival at the port of destination. In September she tailed for the West Indies, bnt met with severe gale* and required twice t.< be r. paired in consequence of--inj...

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

LINES On tlu Sirth of Her 2>Uje*ty's T?,ird Child, .1 Princtu, ???j Utk. Tnouon the Laurel's courtly bough Boast again its poet now One with verse, too, calm and stately, Fit to sing of greatness greatly, Granted yet be one last rhyme To the Muse that sang meantime, If for naught but to make known That she sang lor love alone ; That she sang from out a heart Used to play no ?ordid p?rt; That howe'er a hope might rise, Strange to her unprosperous eyes. Ere the cloud came in between All sweet harvests and their Queen, Still the fai'h was no: the fee, Nor gratitude expectancy, Oh I the soul that never thought Meanly, when a throne it sought, Was it not as far above All that's mean, with one to lovo I Welcome, then, fair new delight, Welcome to thy father's sight, Welcome to thy sister's brother, And thy sweet'strong-hearted mother. (Faithful to all duties Ehe, That ccuid prosper them and thee), Welcome playmate of th'-m all, Future grace of lxjwcr and hall, Queen, perchance, of some...

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

AEW-YORK TRIBUNE. caFNTW-YOKK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED 1 EVKRV MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, . u? \??u.-.t. (orro.iTK C:tv Halt.,) Nr.w-YoRic, fTMi.Vredto City Subscribers for NINE CENTS par ISF^WeejOfS? TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers ??^er annum, in advance; and the paper in no case conti? a hsycmd the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions t?? te for Six Months. Tetms of Advertising: *T\* LINKS or less, (overSix,) First insertion... $n Cents. ? " for each s?tis?.iueiit insvrtion.25 " '? " for Six inseitfnus, cr one treck... Si 30 " ? ,! for 'xwt.ntv-Kivk insertions.500 " yy. Longer Advertisements at eqnallv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE * Very Large Paper, for the Country, IS rtTBMSHED EVKRV B VTtROA V MORN I NO ..AeJoir price of TWO DOLLARS pei annum, in advance fsfogftuoits, Reuoiovsand Fosjeral Notices, not ex gidiuS live hues, 25 cent*. PHILADELPHIA AGENCY.?V.; B. Palme* b author La t?recei\u subscriptions and advertisements for this (?per, j^j?rlice, No. 1D1 South...

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

THE TR1BU INE. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20. FOR T-RESIDEST. HENRY CLAY, Ptnoni wishing co iubscnbe for The Teibcjie in . ?HiLA.OtLfH:A.an? tb? adjoipbs Dimtcu, will be served ;o- ; rgnUriv e?ery day o?i the arrival of the car* at 12 o'cloc.;, noon, Bt the. low pcfc- of 50 cent* per mo.ith, by leaving tl?eir?3?** with the a:id*r?i<iied.-Singl* coj-iei two ceils. Th- ?eeJt- ; -fry Tribune per No. to ceutt. E. W.jCARR, . Forum Office, I'hiladelpnia. BT" Wanted, an Ager,t for thta pa;*r at PaoviDtNcr., R. ^. No one need apply unless he midet and is acqnamteo in that city. Democratic Whip; General Commit? tee.?A SkcmI Meting of tfo* Coir.rr.iitee will be neld on Taevky Evening. Jane 20, Bt the Br^dwav House, at 8i O'clock. rillLIl' HONE. Chairman. (X?- For e. SuwiMary </ the Foreign Sewt, see First ^Pape For iJai/'s Journey, an original Poem, and a va? riety of Items, s?e Last Page Tbo Cause of Ireland. Wo trust no upright, discerning freeman will so repelled from the cause of'Justico...

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

Later from Cami-eachy.?By the arrival of the jchocncr Grecian, at New Orleans from Sisal, whence she cailcdon the 2Dth ult., wc learn that tffobf the Campcachy armed schooners had ar? rived there before she left, and informed that no ether engagements had taken place between Com. Jloorc and the Mexicans, hut it was believed the latter were preparing to make an attack on the Commodore. A part of the Mexican troops who surrendered and were to be went to Tampico, had b'?en tran?p3rt^d from Telchack to Lenna, and jrerc employed against Campcachy. About 500 of them were retained as prisoners, and had been marched into the interior. The Mexican account of the engagement of the loth alt, between their steamers and the Texan fleet, together with nine Campoachan barges dif? fers materially from the report of Com. Moore.? There was not a single man killed or injured on tb? Mexican side. The victory, (although the battle was of five hours duration) was not com? plete, as tlie Ttxans escaped. T...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 June 1843

For the Tribune. A DAY'S JOURNEY. * bv accustds snodgr.ass. The youth arose with early morn And caught his Pilgrim-staff; The way waB long, and rough and worn, But he parteth with a laugh ! The dew-drop sparkled on the grass,? A bird sang in a tree; The youth leaps on with smiles and joy, Happy as youth can be. He carne to a rivulet fair, And paused among its flowers; There was bumming of insect life, And music in its bowers. His staff sank in the laughing stream; He forward laughing sprung; His feet now touch the vernal shore, Where the bending wild-rose hung. He wandered on to a festal hall Where rose the merry song; He drank with glee the stlv'ry tones,? But he cannot linger long. He swings his cap with beaming eye, And hums the merry strain, But he sees a tow'ring silver spire From the village on the plain. A cottage stood upon the green, Which wild-vines clambered o'er; The Pilgrim smiles and drops his staff Ab he enters at the door. The laugh and dance were loud within, And th...

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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