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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 June 1843

xBW-VOUlv TRIBUNE. If rvEW-TOEK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED * EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, . ittNil.w-jt. (oitositkCitv Hall,) Nkw-York, ^vVrtd to City Subscribers fot NINE CENTS per l&ll&Scopm TWO CENTS. Mail Subscriber:, annum, in advance: and .the paper iri no case coutio f blivond the time (or which it u paid. Subscriptions U Efor Six Months. Tei ms of Advertising: crV LINES or lew, (over Six.) First insertion... 50 Cents. ',1 " for each subsequent insertion.25 " ? " foi Six insertions, or one week... $150 " n " for Twestt-Five insertions.5 CO " Loti??r Advertisement's at e,;aallv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE a Very Large Paper, for tlie Country, If t*7?l.IfcHEP every saturday morning iithtlow price of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance *yllBIAr.K5, RcLtotocs and Fc-kkal Notices, not ex rive lines, 2j Cents. _ PHILADELPHIA AGENCY.?V. B. Palmer is author? ed te receive *ub*cii|>ti<ms and advertisements for this pajwr. paisQ&ux, No. lot South Thi...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 June 1843

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 21. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or ?entccxt. ?7* Persons wishiug to subscribe for The Tribune in Philadelphia, and the adjoinine Districts, will be servsd re? gularly every day on the arrival of the cars at 12 o'clock,noon, at the low price of 50 cents per month, by leaving their nanv-s with the undersigned. Single copies tw o cents. The Week? ly Tribune per No.? cents. E. W. CAP.R. Forum Office, Philadelphia. [C/* Wanted, an Agent for tins paj-er at PnoviPENCE, K. L No one need apply unless he resides and u acquaiated in ? that city. _ (Z?" For a corrected report of Mr. Webster's Eulogy of Washington, Notice of intellectual Qualities Trans? missible, The. Deaf Mutes, d/c, St-- First Page. QQ- For a Poem, June 17th, fry George Su-eel and an Extract from Martin Cbuzzleurit, See Last Page. -mm Atkinson's Political Economy. If the number of those who understand ques? tions of high public import can be rendered at all proportionate to that of the mill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 June 1843

Table of Route* of Travel. rCom : : New-York D.ily Tribune.] lvn?,r< Mode. Diit. fort . Ynrf e> A l?*ay ? Steamboat, N. R.. HO * I . .. I yrJ tii K'-^vo.iic: Valley .Railroad.175 5 On York W Best *, via Nor ich & Worcester_Steamboat aud It It. .240 5 00 vl'-York to Boston, via Ston aid Providence- " ? ..240 5 00 <*York to Norwich.Steamboat.137 2 AO Enrich to Worcester.Railroad.62 1 7.) fcfTfSter to Boston. *' . 41 1 25 JLtoAlbxM. W.stem... " .170 4 00 5toC.f,].N.H... - .65 2 50 LuatoFortlmd, Me..- ?' . < ?York to Philadelphia. . . " . 93 4 00 Do irrsteamb't toAmb.&c. " . 3 00 ?lphia M Bal;imore. . . " .Ill 4 00 ^riinorMoWashiiigtou.. . . " . 37 2 50 SrfMore to Wheelinjr. Va.. .R. R. & Coaches.. II 00 a^ioeton to Richmond, Va.Railroad. S to Blakcley. N. C. 0mj toButlalo.Railroad. 10 50 4j>?iv to Utiea. " ...... 95 3 60 l'3C?*to Syracuse. " . 50 2 0C. Cfljcose to Auburn. " .27 1 00 I'.'bnni to Rochester. " . 3 00 jube^rtoBnff'lo. " . 72 2 00 gMelsre/rom Alba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 June 1843

JUXE 17TK. ?r OZOHGl Lf>T, OF ^ZwBVRTrOHT. Hill, on whose green and mossy crest The lifted granite stands sublime, Memorial of their honored rest, The heroes of an elder time! Our rustic sires, who from tlie plow Came thronging to thine ancient brow, And met the foeman's volleyed flame. Erect in Freedom's holy name! What though no more the breeze of Jnne Bears freighted on its summer breath The whistling bullet's fiery tune,? The war-voice with its note of death;? Yet be to-day thy myriad cheers Like echoes of thy prouder years, And through a nation stirring roil The spirit of thine ancient soul! And oft, 'mid thoughts of selfish fame, "When freemen's hearts no more are bold, And sinking to his country's shame The patriot's fire burns low and cold,-? What name like thine;?a world's renown,? To bid him snatch a generous crown,? And wake to life the Freeman's will 'Mid the old fires of Bunker Hill ! MARTIN CHUZZLEWiT . . Bv Boz. Part if. This work improves as it progresses. Boz is ...

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

JVEW-YOKK TRIBUNE. fH?N?W-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS rL'BLISHED EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, Ar 16" N*i?av-iT. (e-rrosiTE < irv Ham..) Nkw-Yorr, ?2 Mirena to City Snl.scnh.-rs h>r NINE CENTS per ??k Sinclccop.es TWO CENTS. Mail Subscriben ts pa? annum, in advance; and ihr pai*>r in no case COtttin Jea beyond the tune for which it is paid. Subscriptions u ? ,n for Sis Months. \'odifference allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other **** ' Terms of Advertising: TEN LINES or less, (overSix,) First insertion... 6n Cents. ?? " for each subsequent insertion.2j " " foi Six insertions, or oneaveek.. . Si " m " for Twi.mv-Kh t insertions.iOO " jy Lonxiir Advertisements at eiju-illv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK;WEEKLY TRIBUNE a. Very Large Paper, for the Country, IS prJBLItHJtO K> ery s tTURDAV MORNING a,: the low price of TWO DOLLA Tis per annum, in advance MiRKisi.i -. Religious and Funeral Notices, not es (#diaK fite lines, Z> cents. PHILADELPHIA AGENCY.?V. B. I'm.mir is autho...

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

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 22. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, ok KEKTCCKT. Person? wishing to subscribe for Thk Tribcn*. ni PHILADELPHIA, and the adjoining District-, will b- vr>>ri re? gularly every day o,. the arrival of the car* at 12 o'clock, noon, at the low pric of SO cents per month, b/ leaving their name* avith the und^rsiir-ierl. Single-copies twocenu. Tlie Week? ly Tiibune {.-r No. Gr cenU. E. W. ( AHR. Forum Office, Philadelphia. Wanted, an Agent for this pa-.^-r at PsovlDEMCE, R. L No one need apply unless he resides and is acquainted in that city. _ OUT Publication-.-Agent?-Ca?li Business. Our frie::ds in different p;as of the United States who see proper to endorse tie- responsibility of individuals and recommend tl^m as worthy <>f credit, are hereby informed that, our term* being invariably ca?A in advance, we never inquire into the pecuniary respon.ibility of our eo?torners. The bett-r way, perhaps, where an individual is anxious to -ngat;?- in the c...

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

~^rj-henry Co.?Genoa Hat?.?A for fabric of Jperfne uxtnte and delicate hoe, expressly adapted to Gen ^rora", Snowier wear, by reason of their exceding lightness, Vaa'y darticitj' ami durability, now ready and for sale by LEAHY k CO. No. I and 5 Astor House. Abo, a choice selection of the elegant Rocky Mountain Jeaver'lht f?r Snmnwu?^^^ jel7 Iwis* MONEY MARKET. Sales at the Stock Exchange June ?1. 3O00N V 5s, >5S..opg 98fj 25 do O L&TC,.ops S9 90000hio6s'60...opR S8 | 10 do Mohawk.35j 3^500 d-> ?i.opg Ks; 100 do Harlem. 32 ]5,000 do do.b60 SSJ 75 do do.bl5 32] l'0OO do do.stiOSS'j?O do do.130 .321 S.TOOOhio 6s, "56..opg SS iT'2.5 do d.:t-j 1,000 do do. 88 2? do do.bl5 321 i000Indiana Bonds ... S3ij 25 do do.?10 321 l'oOO lllD. lfrid.'OO... 321 25 do do.s30 32 .1000 III. (sp-cial). 32}| 25 do A,,', & Rh K . . 95 2,000 do d.[150 do LI RR. 52 jdihs Ck <om...full 101 1 25 do Canton Co... . 241 j.tO do do.sciiplOO i 25 do do.24f 17 do Manhattan.. . . 78 j 50 d? do.24 Publ...

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

For the NVw-York Tribun?. FAME. SY A-UGCSTCS ?!tODOKA?S How oft tarriei the dr*aded naae. Which grew on blood ar.d lean. Embalmed to latest days by Fame To dwell in tinman fears, While he, whose les-^ns mankind brought A heritage of noble Thought . Dl?** in the gathering y.?.rs, With nought bnt Friendship's hnmbl? woe, To consecrate the dost below '. Behole the blood-red Conqueror Who stalks with giant tread. Returned victorious from the '. Man ' bow your (lavish head ! Has he not glory J Hi. he not L*ft perished multitudes to rot Where for his thir?t they bled ' Build him w altar,?raise a fan*-. And write the countless millions -lam . Write of the good,?the loved,?the fair, Dragged captive to the war ; Write Of the hearts that broken bear, The Conqueror in his car, Who, left to toil, had with tro? pride Jn bumble virtue lived and died And carried joy a . But now whose labor, only \:-ld A richer verdure to the field ! Man, often like the baser herd. Will kiss the foot that spurns, A...

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

Isf* "f AJvfrti'iDR: . r\y,S or less, (over Six.) First insertion... 50 Outs. fB?*V. (breach snhssqueut insertion.Zr> " ? forSixiiisertioiis.qr one w*ekv.>$150 " " for Twektt-Fite insertions.5 00 " jj^jjpjpr Advertisements at eqnaJ.lv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ? yvrr Larice I*a, ?-r, for the .Country, uinw %-ice of TWO DOLLA RS !>f r annum, in advance 'v sKti'.f *? Ri i.!'.ioi-? ami Fr:*r:?ivi. Notices, not ex ffilfct lines. cents._ ?KlLADELI'lllA A(.EN< V ? V. 15. Palmes is author j/Ji irreire >ul- ? . ip:? on! advm tisements for this tut per. *ieJrfice, No. liil Synth Third-strei:, near the Merchants' iiW-j_;_? THE TRIBUNE. Coleridge and his Detractors* Te have been vainly waiting for space to no ^rrjore at length the paragraph in the June lumber of the Knickerbocker, in reply to our pre ,-as remarks upon Coleridge :. but we gladly rvoonr design, to make room for the following tftsting letter from an esteemed friend in Bos :: -.re trust ho will ex...

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

, ? fssssssssm_ _Li THE TRIB?NE. FRIDAY MOKNINGrJUXE 237 FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or kentcckv. Our Publication*?Agents?Caan Bualncs*. Our fri?nd* in different parts ofthe United State* vtho ??e proper to endorse die responsibility of individuals and recommend them as worthy of credit, are herehy informed that, our terms being invariably cash in advance, we never inquire into the pecuniary responsibility of our customers. The better way. perhaps, where an individual is anxious to engage in the circulation of our valuable and popular public' ationa, would be for his friends at home to loan him a suffi? cient sum of money to nuke his first purchases. This may avail him something-, but letterr of introduction ar.d tcsti monials of good character, however much they may com? mand our iespect, cannot be made to answer in plac* of the cash. Of^-THe Life and Speeches or Mr-Clav arc for? warded in the order in which sv? have received the money. We are in hopes that, after the present -week,...

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

'-^j-eary & Co.?Genoa Hats.?A fur fabric of Eifae texture and delicate hue; exnjresaly. taU.pted to Gen ^ ^ guniinet wear, by reason of their excelling lighniess, fe**, .^tticitysnd durability, now ready and for sale by -** LEAKY St CO. No, 4 and :, Astor House. *! o a choice selection of the elegant Rocky Mountain .'^.W for Summer ose. jel7 lvris* MONEY MARKET. s?le? a* tIiC Stock Kxchanjrc, June 32. srtWCitv 5s. 1858?-. 9Sij 25shs Aub&Roch.... 94^ w00 State 6s, 1KW. ? ? ? 98J! 10 do do.s30 94 S do 6s, '58..-. 98} 25 do Eq F ins Co.. .100 I jOO Indiana bonds.. . 31T; 27 do Contribu. Ins.. 100 i'oOO do do.81 185 do Canton Co. . .. 23 ?fliW do do.30$I 25 do Farmers'Tr.... 22' '0i?Indiana 50 vrBds. 28 100 do do.slO 22* *000Ohio6.?, "60 ..bSO 88j 7" do Mohawk It R. . 31* j~0(lO do 3ds ale ropg RS , 35 do do.34 ,,)O00 do do .. . ,sl0 87" 25 do do...34;} {jOCO do do.opg 87' 60 do do.slO 3d aQOO Ky Short Loan... 9ti j 35 do Patersoi.52 lOOO 0" Long do.... 97 50 d.> do.51J laith...

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

THE TRIBUNE. Repudiation Abroad. Wc copy from the American the following translation of a paper addressed to our Minister at the Hague by a great number of the merchants of Amsterdam. These documents arc valuable as showing the settled sentiment of influential men abioad concerning the refusal of some of our Stales to pay their debts. The sense of national honor must be dead if these appeals to our jus tice and integrity awaken no worthy response : To Christopher HbOHES, Esq , Charge d'Affaires of the United State* of America at the Hague: Sir: \W, the undersigned, bondholders of North Ameri? can loans, negociated of lot* year*, or secured upon stocks issued by several States of the Union, confidently take the liberty to iuvoke your kind intercession in our behalf. You are well aware trfat the engagements entered into or. issuing these loans have not been fulnlled; that the payment of interest has been suspended; that resolutions passed by somo^ifthe States have rendered these sectu...

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

'JVEW-YORK TRIBUNE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED every horning, sunday. excepted, 4t lfio >A??At-?T.(erroMTi: Cm Hall,) New-York, &4eiix*Ka to City Subscribers for NINE CENTS per iri. Singlecopies TWO ( EN PS. Mail Subscribers tj i?t Hanum, in adi anceyand#the paj?-r in no case coatin utaotyond the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions u t,n for Si* Months. SodinVrenet- allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other r*f*'? Terms ? f A d v v r 11 s i(n s : TEN LINKS or less, (over Sir,) First iasertion... 50 Cents. for each subsequent insertion.? " ?? " for Six insertions,or oue week; . . St 60 " ?? " for Twestv-Five insertions.6 0? " Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large I'a per, for the Country, IS ??? HI.1.11 l.l> KVERV 'Mi RDAY MO?MNG Attbclou priceol TAa 0 DOLLARSperanuum, in advance ilaaaiACEs, Religioi sand Fukebal Notices,notes c?edin2 ii?e lines, 2j cents. PHILADELPHIA AGENl y.-y. B. Palmer is author? is...

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

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 24. FOR PRESIDENT, HE?RY CLAY, of XENTrCKV. Our Publicat!on*-A Rents?Canh BuHincsa. Our friends in different parts of the United States wb see proper to endorse the responsibility of individuals am jecommend them as worthy of credit, are hereby informed that, our term* being invariably cas'i in adrancr, we nevei inquire into the pecuniary responsibility of our customers. The better way. perhaps, where an individual is anxious to engine io the circulation of our valuable and popular public? ations, wonld be for hi-, friends at home to loan bin? a suffi? cient sum of money to make his first purchases. Thr> may avail him something; but letters of introduction and te ti monials of good character, however much they may com? mand our respect, cannot be made to answer in place of the cash. (jfjh Txr. Lite and Speeches ofMk. Ci.at are for warded in the order in which we have received the money. We are in hopes that, after the present week, we shall be ...

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

%ti 30?o bushels Illinois have'been maile at 118 rents. ,Ja\\ae Corn is <!ull with few sales. We heai ofonlx Iwbasbels North Rivet at 57c, weight; 700 do Jersey Ycf h* tad North?rn White at :>7c, measure; and ) ><mi do" New Mrtns ioe. weicht. There ka fair supply. Rye- is held ? 69 a 70, without sales, exceptinc, at retail. Ost? we quote ?i ,-j9i.'and dull with goodjftipply. \VHISKV?Th<- market i< quite dull. A sab- of 10! bbis ?Vri'era mmi". supposed at 21 j rents. Drudge isunsale : vieindhrld at 2-2 cents. jj^y^Not a great deal dome; and prices rather heavy.? $,ks 200 bal*s good at 40c, and 400 do inferior at 36j < eats. TV ittpplv is good. BEESWAX -Within two or three days about 3000 lbs V rthern and Western have l>een taken at 29 je, rash. ' y.lLT? On- nda-a enrinu.-s in fair -n.-ui v at SI per bid p/jSOlbs- Thesales lately of Foreign have Seen some6000 :cs000 sirk- Liverj.I Fine and Coarse, and a cargo of Cur? ie^ all on terms not transpired. TOBACCO?At ...

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

Mr. Webster's Commercial Treaty Scheme Letter from a dlrtingaished Ex-Senator of the United State?. We take peculiar pleasure in presenting to the public the subjoined letter, addressed to a citizen of this State, upon the recent movement of Mr. Webster, in relation to the Tariff and Commcr cial Reciprocity. In our view, it is a paper ol extraordin?r}* forccfulness, and deserve*- the most respectful attention. The writer of this letter is one whose high reputation, growing out of past services in the public, councils, and his present eminent position, would give to anv views put forth under the sanction of his name a weight ol authority not inferior to that of Mr. Webster him self. The opinions given below were drawn from him in reply to a friendly letter, and were not in? tended for publication. Hut the friend to whom they were addressed, considered them too valua? ble and important to be withheld from the public. - [Philad. Iriq. THE LfcTTLR. I have seen nothing so alarming to the...

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

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. JL vrW-VORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ^ EV8RT MORMNG, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, MSi**nA to City hnbsrriUrs lor NINE CLN I S per 1?? TsStlecopi? TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers Is wr annum, in advance; ami the paper in no case contiu ?L1 b?yond the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions la &djufercace allowed ou Daily Enhances with any other PPT' Terms ? f Advertising: <rVV LINES or less, (over Sin,) First insertion... JO Cents. fi for each subsequent insertion.23 " m " foi Sis insertions, or one week... $1 Ml " * " for Twf.m v-Kn t insertion!.5M " jrjf? Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE , Very Large Paper, for the Country, IS PC8LISHF.D Kvr.nv ?ATORDS V morning itth*!ow price of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance rjSiaiACEs, Rxmgiobsand Funeral Notices,notex tftrtfinf live lines, 2i cents. PHILADELPHIA AGENCY.?V. B. Palmes ia.author jm] te receive subscriptions and advertisements for this paper, it hi' ?nice, No. UM South Thu...

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

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 20. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, or IKSTUCKV. [?7* Persons vrishias to subscribe for The Tribike n Philadelphia, and the adjoining District*, will b* served re gularlr every day on the amva! of the cam at 12 o'clock, noon at the low price of SO cents per month, by leaving their nam? with the undersigned. Single copies two cents. The Week lr Tribune per No. Gi cenu. E. W. CARR. Forum Office, Philadelphia. Wantad, an Aifent for Uns pa;>*r at Provide^c t. R. "L So one n?ed apply unless he resides and is acquainted m that city._ {?(7" We are a<rain indebted to AdaMs ii, Co- for Eastern papers. 07- For a notice of the Harp of the Vale, Texas and Slavery, Protection and Common Sense. Letters from St. I^uis and Detroit, and Ms. Webster's Remarks or. the True Source of American Independence, ?ee first page. (k?- For an Ode to Ireland, and Letter from Illinois, ? last page. _ [_q^ We perceive by the Madison ian that the Hon. Abel p. Upshcr, Secretary of ...

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

?r?323 Ii- 'l *** frO? other fand? thai the depredati ?\Xll were made. The paj menu on Lif -lostyauci the ^f were;-$28,900, one policy h. m; for $10,000. jjSremaining insured was809. The amount \ims received sinee the Companj commenced i? $281 ?^eamount insured $2,04l,6i6;4?rofiU of this ' " c'J? 160 i". The L ie;. ...:v |. v., !:. in the li.iu 1; S^VVk'of $100^000 has been paid. The whole ^ debts elnrg-d to profitand loss since the com me *7ofthe business (13y>arV. is $ 11.313 03. T *^ a( depreciation of assets, or losses by the Secretary. ?V ?ji* instance "f fraud in the account, which ha, he '"orered was in 1S37. On the 13th of May, iu that vsdlnude an entry in tie- general ledger t.. the credit of ZjoaXof' Stock loans,- of *6,.'>00. which he balanced bv ST? the account of ' Bills Payable,' neither of w hich en ? on the check book or journal. On the same to the credit of his own account in the individua r.eJ*PPf ker of deposit accounts the tame sum, against which fj'lud the...

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

For The Trib?ne. ODE TO IRELAND. by i. o'c. l Erin, o'er thy night of Borrow Breaks the light of other days ; Rise, to meet the glorious morrow: Tyrants tremble at its blaze. II. Thou, the last and least benighted ! Where, when Freedom's sun had set, She left her altar latest lighted, And Science loved to linger yet? IIP. Thou, o'er prostrate Europe mourning The despot's and the Vandal's reign ; Her 1 Western Star' of beauty, burning With hope thou kindlest there again? IV. Island of the brave and ' holy,' Will the nations this forget ? Art thon suffered to lie lowly 7 Will thev pay thy double debt ? V. Gallant, grateful France ! I hear thee? First in freedom as in fight? Raise the voice will long endear thee To the friends of man, of right! VI. Still the men of grace and grandeur, Thought to plan and arm to aid, And deeds?tho' slaves and bigots slander? The brightest heaven has yet sun-eyed. VII. Columbia, Freedom's child and glory First to shake the tyrant's throne? Seest thou not...

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