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

I JtW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ^ every horning, sunday excepted, .w?i-?T.(eir??iTKCiTy Haix VN?:w-Y nrtK, A^'rtd^otVr^s'.b^.^r, f..r NINE CK NTS jler ^t*Elegies TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers * .?noni in advance; and the pa;?er in no caseCOUtia "Ijijond the time for which it u pud. Subscription* ta ^|^DtvalVow<Mi on bath Exchanjes with any other ffi- Terms of Advertising: . LINES or less, (over Six,) Firstiascrtioo... 50 Cents. IP ' for each *ttb*??iii?it"iiia?rtion.23 " .? foi Six insertions; or one.week . .. $150 " " ? for Twkntv*Fjve insertions.ion ^?Locs?r Adit itisviimiu ateanalli favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ? Very Large Paper, for the ponntry, i> rrblished r.y r.nv s ithrbav mohnini; x-luvr pric?* of TWO DOLLARS p?-r annum, in advance ?MfjtiaOKs, Rrligiocs and Fuheral Notices, n?tex lin?. 25 cents._ rHlLADELnilA AGENCY.?V. B Palmi r is author Jj ' ftteivs ?ubscripti?us anil adverti ?ements for this paper, (sflUr, No. 104 South Third-street, near the ...

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

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 27. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY. of ecxtuckt. Pe.rsons wishing to subscribe for Thi. Tkjbvm- ni f hjlspelphia, and the <idjt.ir.ius Districts, will be iemd re jrularly every day on the arrival of the cars at 12 o'clock,noon, at the low pric- of 50 cents per month, by tearing their names with the undersized. Single copies two cent,. The w eek lv Tribune r*-r No. 6* cent... E. W. CARRi Forum Office, Philadelphia. CT" Vanted.an A^eIit for tbis pap? at PaoviDEJK R, R. 1 No one neiiapply unless be resides and is acquainted in that city. fjQr- For a Visit to Finland, by a Correspondent J Weighing and Measuring, and a JLet.'er /rum Chicago, See Fust Page. fjTJ- For the Warning of Death, and a Letter from Ni? agara Falls, Swe Firs; Page. Capital Punishment. The recent ferocious murder of the Warden of the Massachusetts State Prison is sot forth by several journals in favor of Capital Punishment as affording an argument for their cause. Let us consider it....

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

previous price*. To-day there has not been a great deal doing, [he sales, a* Tar as we hear, reaching about WM bales. Prices &o sot TJU7 rnaterially. We quote.Upland, middling, middling fair, ft-; fa r'?; good fair. 7?; New-Orleans and Alsbtma, middlmc fair, 6} a 0}; middling fait tiv a 7; fair, 71; rood fair. 8 a Sj. TLOUR AND MEAL?The marketmusi b- quoteddull iJdw, the continued and regular daily rise having checked purchasers and coufii'.-d the d--mind to the actual wants of tie tilde. Genesee is held at (5 874, and Ohio and Michigan ?tS7>\ hut sales to any extent could not probably be m ide It orer $5 "?' for Genesee, aud 5 69 for Michican and Ohio.? P^and Ohi<? $5 62} a 5 69. A pared 0f 4??u bbls New-Or lemj sold at about $5 37\. which is the only transaction in that description, and we believe the onlj lot afloat. There hare been some small lots i>f Si nthern received b-u we hear of 00 sales, excepd >?.? G orgetown, in small paicels, at $.? 50 ,5 62|. A little ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 June 1843

THE WARNING OF DEATH. Thf.y tell me that my closing hour is near? I know not if it is so?coming time Has some few records that we may not hear Without a dark inclining unto crime. Make not mv heart the wizard or the seer, But know'that if I perish in my prime. It cannot be till the weird sister hands That weave mv thread of destiny shall tire, And with their fatal shears clip off'the bands That bind mc to Repentance and Desire? Never, till my own Destiny commands, And earth grows palled with me, shall I expire. I shrink not from the ordeal:?ere my close How many may lament that I am here : How many cheeks, where nestled long the rose, With mc shall sadly change it for a tear: How many times, self-willed, shall I oppose My bosom to Remorse's venomed spear. ' A thousand?yet I struggle to fulfill, In sadness and in mirth, a given round' That bears no seeming guidance from my will, And hurries madly to itrs final bound ; 80 shall my lift-, untouched by mortal spell, Falter and fail mc w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 June 1843

L^tance; and the psj>er in no cast' continued twynnd the :xs* for which it is paid. Subscriptions Uxeu for Six \o differenceallowed on Daily Exchanges v,ith any other ?L,t" Terms of Advertising: tt.V LINES ?r less, (over Six.) First insertion... 50 Cents. ? " for each subswpient insertion.25 " ? " foi Six insertions, or one neck... jl 50 " ? " for TwKflTV-FivE insertions.5 00 " gy Longer Advertisements at equally farorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Paper, for the Country, IS Pl BLIkllKP every saturday mor9uvg AliJitlow j>rice ol TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance HaJUUAoes, Religions and Fc serai. Noticls, not ex ftrdiii? nv? h?,>s' 25 cents. THE TRIBUNE. 2Literai*2 Notices. J)"?lin University Magazine. June 1813. American Edition. Joseph Masoui The Duel in Umvehsitv treads closely on the heels of Blackwooh,?nay, we are half tempted ?metiines to think the mantle ofMaca has fallen upon it, and the genial spirit which used to make Her pages flash with ;t ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 June 1843

THE TRIBUNE._ WEDNESDAY MORXINAa^J?NE 20. FOR PRESIDENT. . HENRY CLAY, OF KF.*TtrC_Y. Wan tad, na Agent for this paper ? P?oriDE?ic_, R L No oi*e ?*?d apply unless be reside* *nd is srquainted a that city. _ City Subscribers, who prefer, not beb? called npor weekly for their pay for this p*p?r, mav pay in advance for sii months or a year at rite D-sk of the publishing office, and t!ie> W?1 have It served prr DDptly and at an early hour. " Horatio ? writes us that the words 'o/fecl' and '?/ feet'are often used interoliangeablj bj our newspapers. Socli errors a-e inevitable in the harry of d^-ly tjrpography, t-"i does our correspondent imagine that Editors do not under? stand the difference ?_ f?-'tU is informed that w* cannot pretend to undei stand and jndge the business of every one who advertises ID onr paper?the Editor does not even see the advertisement* until he r-ads them after publication ftg- For a Notice of th- Dublin University Magazine, with some interesting Extract*, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 June 1843

MONEY _MAKKET. S?le? at the Stock Exchange, June 27. 21SeCitv !?. 99A; m do N YLScT.. .100 1764 do do'60.100 do Firm Loan.slO 25 jOOON V 6 s, '62,. .OPgl09j j 10 do Ohio Trust ... 89J i'oOO do dolSWp&c 99 ? 10 do do.69 4*000 do do'oS.lfl J' 100 j 50 do Eq F Ins Co... 98 3'WOOhio6s.'60.. .opg S9J: 18 do Eagle Ins.100 j.>'0OO do do-blO. 90 j 14 do Bank State N Y B9 4,000 do bSds afteropg 90 : ;,n do do.b60 ^ 1*000 do d.-pg 90 I 23 do Mohawk . ..blO 35; 30fV) do do-?3?90 50 do d...'..35' 5,000 do do . . . .btiO 90 25 do Auh St Rh R .. PlJ l'oOO Indiana honds. . . 35} 100 do N Jersey... s30 S4J 1,000 do do. . ..b60 36 ' 60 do Paterson.53 ],000 do do.?30 35 j 25 do do.&] 1000 III. (special).3311300 do Harlem.321 7,000 do do. 334 100 do do.1)60 32] J.OOO do do,.33 ] 50 do do.1,30 32; 0,000 do do .. . .b?O 33m 60 do Stonington. .110 3l| 2,000 Kentucky.30 do do.31 P,000 dr. do*.984 25 do L I Rrd.S2J 2.fX?0 do d<.slO OS^i 10 do do.52 1,000 III 6s. *;0. 33 1120 do do.52j 100 sbs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 June 1843

{' ^iotocrs?Br Mm* Seba Smith. ^ ? Each leaflet is a tiny scroll A les?oa that around the heart Should keep the dew of youth ; Bright missals from angelic throngs Jn every by-way lejt, How were the earth of glory shorn Were it of flowers bereft! They tremble on the Alpine bights, The fissured rock they press. The desert wild, with heat and sand, Shares too their blessedness; And wheresoe'er the weary heart Tunis in its dim despair, The meek-eyed blossom upward look---. j Inviting ft to prayer! "Niagara Falls-How to nee them Corre*[>Oa'!>*i!tv of The Tribune. NIAGARA Fall.!, June 23, 1S13. In nothing is the go-ahcaditiveness of our people more signally manifest than in their man- j nerof visiting'Niagara Falls. Arid in no other instance perhaps, could the exercise of this, in ? the main, commendable trait deprive the traveler I of so much real satisfaction, so much elevated j and elevating enjoyment. It is no greater folly \ to undertake to sleep with one eye open, and ! hope t...

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

fEW-YORK TRIB?NE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, At 16? Na??ai ?.(?matTjBpiTV ^^.New-Tork, And delivered to C,?S Subscribers lor MNE CENTS per tr*>fe, or when thejfueler, they can nay in advance at the Desk for >ix months, ora'-year at the same rare. Single conies TWO CENTS. .Mail Subscriber &j per annum, in advance; and the pa|?*r in uo cate continued beyond the time for winch it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six No difference allowed an Daily Exchanges with any other paper. 'I'm m? f f Advertising: 0 Cents. TEN LINES <*r less, (over Six,) First insertion... 50 ?? " for each subsequent insertion.2'j " for Six iiisertouis, or one week .. . $1 .'<0 " for TvvE!?tt-FivE insertions.ioo " If/"" Longsr Advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very LarKe Paper, for the Country, is prjBLISHKO EVKRr t VTHEDAV MOBNINfi Atthalow price of TWO DOLLARS pet annum, in advance Marriages, Religious and Fureral...

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

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 29. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, or KE??TCCKT. ?7- The agent for the Tribune at Saratoga Springs and Lansingimrg is Ai_rRr.D Lewis. His oracc at Saratoga 1* opposite the U- States H >tel. C?* Wanted, an Agent for Uiia paper at Providence, R J. No one need apply unless he resides and is acquainted in that city._?_ [P""* Democratic Whiff. General Commit? tee.?A special meeting of thi* Committee will be held on Friday evening, Jane 30, at die Broadu ay House, atao' loci PHILIP HONE, Chaixmin. William Tc*Nkr, \ v.,... Natha.mf.l G. BKAuror.d.,e? 2t Jjy- General Committee of Democratic IVnlg Young Men.?A SpecialAiaetingof^tlus Com mittee Will be brio at the B.wlway House On Friday even? ing, the 30th of Jaue. ??~t. /-l ? ^ ADDISON DOUGHERTY. Chairman. Charlfs K. Taylor, ) secenaies. u? 2t Jasics B. Swam, 5 J {->? " Citizen" asks us to publish an article blowing op a gambling-house in Broadway opposite the Park, which make* night hideous and sleeple...

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

- <?\ Lard continues in t;o<>rl demand, p-irtly for export, "notice sale* 170 bids pood at 6; QUO do at 51; and ioo kess d? at ?jc For a lot of 600 bbts good at 5j cents ijinrfoscd. Grease Butter is in (rood demand at C cents? fSker descriptions are dull and plenty at S a 10 rents for good ;L,Ci. Cheese is Very dull. A sale of 65 bbls dry'salted jjjnts? a forced Rale from tlie wharf?at 4^. Smelted and Pickled Meats are dull,_ Colcliester, May 30:h, 1843. _ ft XV. Matthe wson, Sir?My Sen. two year* ago took I'd ft?rn going into the Water while in a State of perspira |-??jvhicu resulted m a violent fever that continued foi ?ev. ???'?o'ntlis. and terminated in abscesses on various parts of [?7wv. Tliese continued to form and disappear. They attended with pun so severe as to deprive him of sleep "r *2?i?cn ofthe time. "in tSi*iWr continued unable to leave bis he.! a great part tC'ime, until her commenced the use of Sands's Sarsapa Slaafew nvinthsa^o, procured from yon. B. fore ...

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

political jgigtorg.?No. XXIV. Prepared for The Tribune by Eowt* Williams. Washington's Administration.. .Foreign Relations.. .Difu culty with Spain.-Critical state of Affair*. .Whiskey Insurrection. At an early period of the first session of the third Congress in 1793?4, President Washington sent them a confidential message, communicating the critical situation of our affairs with Spain. The negotiations attempted with that power in regard to the interesting objects of Boundary, Naviga? tion and Commerce, had been exposed to much delay and embarrassment, in consequence of the changes which the French Revolution had effected in the political state of Europe. Mean? while the neighborhood of the Spanish Colonies to the United State? had given rise to various other subjects of discussion, one of which had as? sumed a very serious aspect. Having the best reason to suppose that the open war which was threatened by the Southern Indians and the hostilities actually committed by them, were e...

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

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. thenew-york daily tribune is published EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, i.ug Nas?m-st.(?ppositkCitv IIa?.i..) Nkw-Yobx, tfdSivendco City Subscribers foi NINE, CENTS i;ei ?#ek, or when thev i>i**f?"r. they cau pay in adx'ance al 11 ?? Desk'for six months, or a year at the same rate. Single Copies TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers ib per annum, in advance; aDO th<* p8!** 'n "? cav? contiuaed beyond thn axne for which it is paid. Subscriptions taten for Six Nodifferenceallowed on Daily Exehanc?'s with any other fa?er' Terms ?? f Adrer11?t ttif: TEN LINES or less, (overSit,) First ih.iertion... 50 Gents. ? " for each subsutjnwit insertion.23 " ? " fot Six insertions, or one w*fk... Si 'A " <? " for Twentt'Fivc insertions.6 00 " %y Longer Advertisements at efjnallv favorable rates. THE new-york weekly TRIBUNE ji. Very Large Paper, for the Country, is published bx ery s itcrdav mokni.nr jit the low price of TVV (.) DOLL A R.S per annum. In advance sJakkmges, Religions ...

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

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 30. FOR FRESIDEST, HENRY CLAY, Or ?E.XTVCXt. 27" Waats-d. an Agent for this paj-er a: rxcnr-J^cr. R. I. No one n??d apply uuless he icsides and is acquainted in that fjiiy. 7""*? Democratic Whig General Commit _te>C.?A uprvi&l meetiug of thi. Committee will be held On Friday mmu,, June 30, at the Broadway House, at 8 o'clock, PHILIP HONK, Chairman. Nai himu G. Bsuvroap, S >Wftifl"- je29 2t General Committee of Democratic WJkifJ i ouns Men.?A Special tasetiug ol this Com' mittre will held at the B.oa lway House on Frid-i> even? ing. U?e 30th of Ju.,e. ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. Jam*:, it. Swain, > Secrewrics. jeJ9 2t ".in\i?ifr(tati Repealer ? wiU conclude, on reflec lion, that it is be*t to Icive the eoemiea of the cause to make what noise tliey can about Mr. O'CounelFs Anti-Slavery Speech. Repealers should not help them in any w ay. That speech Will repel no one who is ? Repealer for the fahr of Repeal?others will come and go as t...

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

r5j^te domestic Exchange: Mfibil(i.1? al8d;B> KipVu.'.'.pa i di*c- NeW Orleans.. U a 2 dis. ^Itdtlpnia. i i m NorthCa,oUua ^ a S*)"*0^l/a " iChcinnati.... if a 2 ? ^2L?n laj " Louisville.... 1 a 1J I* I " Nashville.Ij a 2 ?? i JSS f a " |St. Louis sp che lj| a 2 ?? ?fVmbui-.-.-l alj ?< I IV quotation* of Sp.-r.ie are? 1 per cent. I Value. .Gold old..106 a 1061I Carol u*Dolls.'-.'$1 O.j a 1 0G lo do 'new..100 a lOOjFive Francs... 93 a 93j ritf Dollars.- . . ?? ? ? -Doubloons . . .16 l" alo 25 ?! ! .1"" a llMl - d.. i'atriot. . . 1 ?", fill ? I.. > Dollars. .102Ja 103 Sovereigns ... 4 ?3 a -J -."> ? Quarters.. 9s a 100 ! do light. ... 4 82 a 4 84 . ,;.a? Dollars .lOOJa 100? Heavy" Guineas, ? 00 a ? 2 Quarters.. 9* a IW"| Napoleons. ... 3 s3 a 3 84 ?jv history of the countrv ui ver presented a moment ?h/ti the future was so full of prosperity, or when it v.,* Oi>.v app*re!lt t? understanding of any attentive observer thai tin" pres. nt one. On every side we can discover ...

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

For Th<? Tribun*. TO C-? No more, oh must it be no more ? This precion* musing o'ei my early dreim ? it* strange sweet sense of happiness be o'er And pass away like sunlights lingering gleam! No more, oh rciu?t it be no more? An*, spring is here, bewilderingly bright? A world of light and song and opening rose Greets every where the ravish'd sour.ri and sight, But ail in vain, they bring me no repose' No more, oh must it be no more? No more! and since forever more is pat! The cottlv consciousness of answer^ love. Let my heart tremble into rest at last And, o'er my brow Life'i dazzling wreath be wore: No more! oh. it must l?e no more! A'. Y. University. <ru Removal of the Wyandot*. The last remnant of the Indian race in Ohio is about to be removed West of the Mississippi. The following communication is from a member of the tribe: Correspondence of the Fort Wayne (la-) Times. Dr.FJi.vcn. (Ohio) Jor.e 1, 1*43. Before the present delightful month passes away, the last t ibe of Ind...

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

iBaanaauriTi'TCTrTWnWraiiiWH'^ "NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE is PUBLISHED every morning, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, At !6o Ns??ai -st. (e?po*itk <"itv Hau.,) New-York, ?ad delivered to City Subscriber* for NINE CENTS pej srsefc, or "*lieu thcv prefer, they can my in idvance it the Pesk for mi month., oi ? vc it .:t the -;hik rate- Single copies TWO CENTS. Mail Subscriber, IS per annum, in advance; anil the papei in no <?-:*>' continued beyond the iixr for which it is paid. Subscriptions taien for Siv Month.*. No difference allowed on Diily Exchanges with any other rwrer. Terms of Advertising: ftS LINES or less, (over Six \ First insertion... 50 CenU. " " foreach subsequent insertion.26 " " " for Six insertions, or one week .. . $1M " " " forTwEiCTV-FivEinsertioiis.SnO " try Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Lane Paper, for the Couutry, i? PCtBLISVlED rverv SATCRBAY mormng Atthrlow price ol TWO DOLLARS per annum, in ad...

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

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 1. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or ?urtTUCKt. yj" Wanted, an Agent lor this pa;.er at Provioface. R 1. So our ueed apply aides* he icsides and is acquainted m that cny. _ _ The Magic of Democracy. An intelligent and upright Whig fncnd in the interior writes us a private letter, from which we extract the following: "As an ardent friend to '.;?? Whig cause, I greatly admir. the tone and spirit of your p^p^r ; but I fear all our efforts will be unavailing, eud that the enemy will again recover a complete ?sceudsj.cj over us in every dvpsrtment of toe government. And this result will not be accomplished in ?ousequence of the principles and measures we advocate be? ing unpopular, but for a reason wbicfa I thiuk most be ,obvi ons now to every sagacious politician. In our Republic the party which succeeds in securing to itself the name of " De? mocrat." has hitherto succeeded, aud I have no doubt always will succeed, at our ge.leral elections four years ou...

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

v-? S51 measure, and 3700 bushels North River 56V a ^'rtiore Shi}? Stoffs 10$ a H.a...! Shorts 6 a 7c. y__on|> bales have l"->n taken at 3<>c. S^)S?Roueb Flax Seed is wanted al fS 50, but most Jj>rsask $9- Clow Seed is ontof season bnt readil) :i Timolho Seed finds buyers at $12 a 13, ac knuf 1 * ,. i _jW to cualitv TaLLoW-Sah-s of 20 bbls Western at ?|c. nnX-We hear of .'100 bbls of Whale, taken at Warren, ?.,rmin<" transpired. \niALEBONr--:lO,000 lbs, per Luminary, was seid e Hl CtS. ?^VISIONS?Holders of Pork are more firm. Sil 50 fjrM??, 4fu! 9 50 ^ 1 f'r""" 's asked, ami at a less late the iricU i* not easily obtained. We donothcarofanything ^3j, in Beef or <' 1 P<nk. Lard in in demand?150 bbls fj^i: 5J a 6c, for a good article, and 300 begs at 6?. fot ..iee qualities. 40 hhds Pickled Hams brought 4|. Si. R JJrsts are dull. Grease Butter 6c. BRIGHTON M IRKET?June 26. it insrkrt 3110 B-ef Cattle, l-> pairs Working Oxen, 1S r^-sand Calves, 1500 Sheep, an...

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

THE TRIBUNE. Proceeding* of the flr?t 1 Farmer*? Clnb.' held i" thf City of New-York. [Continued.] The following valuable communication to the Board of Agriculture by Henry Meigs, K-<r. was read before the Club at. its late meeting at Pacific Hotel, on the 41 Potato " a root of in estimable, value, when produced in jK-rfVction and properly cooked?altogether a modern discovery, immensely improved.?from a mere ground nut. of little or no consideration, in it* highest per. feclion. It is a luxury, and yet how careless are many in sclcctinp; and preparing them f'-r the table. An catmjr.housc that does not furnish n good potato deserves? to be deserted. Tons ?nd twice tens of thousand- of our citizens are com? pelled by mere business, their uptown location-or oth"r imperative circumstances to resort to these eating-houses ; and how many can bear witness to the so^gy- watery, unsavory, viilanous article too often set before thern. The best meats never can make amends for this defect. N...

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