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

NEW-YORK TRIB?NE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ' every morning, 8unday f. xc kpt kd, *?. ifin -st. (opposite Citv Hall;) New-York, '^&md to City Subscribers for NI NE CENTS p? ?weit, or when thev prefer, they can nay in advance at the Dcsk Vor ?ix months, or a year at the sain" rate. Single ionics TWO CENTS. .Mail Subscribe!* $5 per annum, in advance: and the pajier in no case continued beyond lie rime lor which it is paid. Subscriptions taten for Siv No difference allowed on Daily Exchanges w ith any other r*i*r. Terms of Advertising: TEN LINES or less, (over Six,) First insertion... 50 Cents. ?? " for each subsequent insertion.vt3 " ?i " for Six insertions,or one week... $1 50 " " for Twenty-Five insertions.5 00 " jr"/* Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very La r^e J'apor, for the Conn try, is pcblishko every s iti7rday morning *,tt!ie!ow i>rice of TWO DOLL A R S pei annum, in advance Marriages, Relioiousand Funeral N...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 July 1843

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 3. FOR PRESIDENT. HF.SBY CLAY, of kk5tockt rTT^ Wanted, an Agent for thii pnper at Pn?viDjq*ce. B L No oufiiP?d ipplj unless be icsidesand is *r.-iuau.ted u that Cliy. .nr-rj For Notices of the Biblical Repository, Marina . duke Wyvil, Eclictic and Museum, Sic., Farmers' Club F. ee Trade, Sic see First Page. For :-. Summary of Ihr Sews from Europe, Elects Magnetic Cluck. Sound Doctrine. fce. ?-* Last Page. The Cabinet. The following toter from our Washmgtor Correspondent should have reached us on Fridat evening, but was not received until Saturday morning. We have since received another stat. ins that Mr. Pettigru had probably declined the Attorney Generalship, and that John Nelson E<q., of Maryland had accepted it; this is con firmed bv the official announceme nt in the Madi Kjnian. Mr. Nelson is a decided and active Van Curcn man and is reputed to be one of the ablest lawyers in Maryland. The Cabinet there fore no-.v stands thus : A. P. Ursiica...

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

?-1,3- Rrandvwine 3 12$, hhds 13 37* a 13 50, cash Siiafll?; S,''PStt,,r* 10 llc-and <inlK rSL*.IN--v'*r notftm8 doing in ? heat to-day, an? l.?Tb not mach ottering. The late considerable sab s luv. dvs?i'Pli'-d the demand. We quote the price nominally ^^Oc/or f??r samples. In Corn there have been few ope' *r*r?,ot tBe inquiry is cod. Small lots North River idiintbeslipat 5? a59, weight and measure; 2S00 bushels u bind brought 55 a 56c. and 800 bushels Pennsylvania yjfcw ?e. weight. Roe is held firmly at 69c : sales 1000 witfl* lt that rat?, deliver! <!? A few days since 1000 bush j.toid to arrive, at 70c. Oats are dull und plenty at 27J a ^ A sale of 400 bushels Virginia was made at 23c. gAY,_The supply is ample, with a limit*d shipping de siitid- We notice sales 3C0 bales at 36c. K<>r prime parcels gi( is demanded. wfllSKY-?There is not a great ?le.nl coming in, and the ggdency is upward. A sale of 100 State Prison bids was re fcirtfdat 2S*i ai:l* ttDOnt Drudge casks w...

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

THE TRIB?NE. Later from Europe. "With a promptness peculiarly her own th< steamer Great Western, Capt. Hoskex, arrived a our wharf on Saturday morning at half past tw< o'clock, bringing London papers to the 1 Hth an< Liverpool of the 17th tilt. In Parliament thi Canada corn bill had its third reading by a vot< of 150 to 7.~>. The Ireland arms bill was still un der debate?the opposition bring very violent an< persevering. On the 12th, a message from th< Queen announced the approaching marriage o the Princess Augusta of Cambridge to the I>uk* of Meclenburg Strelitz. An allowance of j?300( per annum was asked. .Mr. Williams said he should oppose it on the ground of tlic distressed condition of the country : the German Princes and Princesses, he said, already have *200,000 per annum from England. -Mr. Hume likewise op. posed it vehemently, but with little effect, as he had with him only 57 againsl 2S.I. f/?rn John Russell, on the 13th, moved to f*o into Commit te...

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

^^mK TIUBUNE. .r.^ir VORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED *ix"ui--nt?". or a year at the ?ame rate. Single i^ TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers f/5 per annum, *S 1- and the paper >n no case continued beyond the * forw'hic? ?* P*^. Subscriptions taken for Six ^fcffcrface.allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other Terms of Advvrtismit: fjjfES ur leas, (over Six,) First insertion... M Cent?. *P " for fach substKjoeut insertion.25 " , - for Six insertions,cr one week... $1 50 " , " for TwetiTv-Five Insertion?.5 00 " rj*l/nZ** Advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ? Vrrv Larce Paper, for tli?* Country, njrt'm-isHr.d every satckwav morning .Ljow price of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance >i("jjUt;rs. RcLiflioirsand Fimcaax. Notices, not ex ,*czi I *? lt.wfy. Scents. **TJH ET RIB U N E 2.(tcrarg Xoticcs. ? ? Pablislers who send us their publications for critical will confer an especial favor by omitting the chirogra a. diey often lavish upon the blank pages. It a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 July 1843

THE TRIBUNE. ^^^^^^^^^^^ 4. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or RENTTCKY. (jy Wanted, an 'Agent for this paper at Providence. R. !. 2io oae need apply unless he lesides and u acquainted in that city. ^^^^ r^7~ City Subscribers, Mho prefer not being called upon ?weekly for th? ir pay for this paj*-r, may pay in advance for six months or a year at the Desk of the publiihmp office, and they ?will hare, it served pre m(>:ly and at an early nour. To Advertisers.?The circulation of the Weekly Tr?bune in the Western pan of the State of New York, ?he States of Ohio, Indiana, Michigan arid Illinois, we be? lieve, is not exceeded by that of any othe; piper printed iu the United Slates. Itis therefore a mo?t desirable and ad? vantageous medium for ad vertiiiug. A limited number of advertisements only inserted. Terms C cents per tine for ih* first insertion. Advertisements must be handed in by Wednesday evening at P o'clock. fSj- For Not ices of the Democratic Review, $c-,-Joc Smith, Forgery, A-c,...

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

? _ -. j MONEY J\l A RK? T. Bales at the Stock Exchange July 3. ia ?nMV Y6i, '62 ? ? iSU.000 III Special.34 I W do 5s 'SO ? ? ? -100 I ?-??0 (1,> ?>o. . .. b30 33J I ;-?X do do,^.100 J 3.000 ,o do-,m 334 I ?atfOhio 6i.'a0,.btw 02 !2l9shr& Mechanics' Bk.lOO* t IX to do.92 i 12 do Bank State NY 89 b [Zk j0 do_blO W j 15 do ArnEw Bk... 79 I ,000 do to_b30 92 I 7 do Ohio Life St T. 89? I rSJ do ao.oiji 5 do de.S9 I M io do.9lJ|400 do Harlem.bGO 32 I MflttKv 03 ... .dir off 06* 50 do do.b30 32 E TS do do.tw 96$j200 do do.31? I -0O0 do do.b3U96]l 50 do do.nw3H I i'nno do do.96j! 50 do do.s30 31} ,1'jfjO do do_blO 961110 doUticaRrd_1171 .VftX) do do . . . b30 fi?jj 13 do do.11T| ?000 111 Special .. .stvr 3-1 j 00 do Syr & Utica ... 101 ^000 do do_$10 33AI135 do L'l Rrd.51J {Oft io do.32*j 50 do do ........ . 52 l'o?O do do.33? I skcond board. tf,br?US Ins C o. . .100 J$2,000 Ohio.?3 91? j0 do Harlem Rrd. . . 32 2,000 Illinois.33J \i0 doL I Railroad... 52 JI pnbllc Stock JExcl...

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

political jE>istot_.?No. XXV. Prei?ared for The Tribune by ?ow15 Williams. *W*shi:*^tou'x Administration?Its Difficulties and F,mb&. rassraents, from the staUi of Public Affair* and the con? duct of the Democratic Party?Not supported b\ Virginia?Celebrated Commercial Report of Mr. Jei "fer*oa?His Resignation. Perhaps no Administration of the Government of the United States has been more surrounded with difficulties than that of General Washington during his second term. The war in Europe ; the critical state of our Foreign Relations with the belligerent European powers ; the Algerine pira? cies on on our commerce and seamen ; the In d:an depredations on our frontiers ; and the alarm ing domestic insurrection in Pennsylvania ; all tended to fill the mind of every friend of hi* country with the most anxious solicitude. At such a time, it might have been supposed that the opposition to the Federal Administration would have abated somewhat of their hostility to those in power, an...

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

NEW-YOKIv TRIBUNE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVKRY MORNIN?, SUNDAY EACF.PTED, At 16n N_??_--9Ti(?ffomtrCity Hall.) Nsw-York, /Uddeliwr*.! to City Subscribers for NINE CENTS jw-i wUk orwheothe? prefer, theycau wayin advance at the Desk'for nil months, Of a year at tin-same rate. Single ?mies TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribe!* $; per annum, in advance: and the paper in no ease continued Uyondth. time for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken ior Six No difference allowed an Daily Exchanges with any other paper* Terms of Ad vertising: TEN LINES or less, (over Six,) Firstinsertion.. .50 Cents. " for each sitbswjueut insertion.26 * ?? " for Six insertions, or one week..$160 ? " for TvvkmtvFive insertions.5 00 " ?JT* Loncsr Advertisements at ey.Bdll v favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY THIBUNE A Very Large Paper, for the Country, is rrBLtsHF.n every Saturday MORxfrtG Attheltrw price of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance " M.iRRtaoes', Rr.Licio_sand Fcweral Notices, notes ceedinK t...

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

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 6. FOR PRESIDENT, henry clay, or skstcckt. Zj\ Waut?d, an Agent for this paper at Pbovid'.>cf, R, I. No one need apply unless he lesides and is acuu^ioted in that city. ^ _ Dr*" Persons wishing to subscribe for Thi: TRisi.rrr. n; PHiL.ADKi.rHi*, and the adjoining Districts, will be s-r-'ed re? gularly every day on the arm aJ of the cars at 12 o'clock, noon, at the low price of 50 cents j-er month, by leaving their names with the undersigned. Single copies two cents. The Week? ly Tribune per No.? cent*. E. W. CAKR. . Forum Office, Philadelphia. Z~7~ General Committee of Democratic | IV hlj; Young Men.?a KegalarMeetiug of this Com mitiee will be heijat tlie Broadway House on Friday even? ing, July 7, at 8 o'clock. ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. t"HARt.*:s K. Taylor,?<? rr.,.^r?^ . m? Jam.:* B. *wai>. ? ^-..nes. }kz) 2i For an interesting Letter from Genoa, with a notice of the Carnival, liola the Painter, kc., two Letters from Baton, with acc...

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

'80 ?>' bushels New-Orleans will probably 1? stored. W? is firm md uol plcntv. Sales have been made of 1403 jtohels at 63c m the slip.'and 1500 bushels a: ?0c delivered. lira* r*,maiM Vla,ty at :i ccnls > the demand is quite j .?The market is quiet, the shipping inquiry beiug I ?mall. The supply is -i tple oid pressing on the mar c,, 1uote W ? 37J cenwlfor prime lots. SALT. -We notice farther, sales 000 bids Onondagaa: ?tp.-rhh;-. 2360bushela Tiu'ks bland, 1175 bbls JJonaire, ? 5* " s*c.ks L,v' rpool on terms not transpired. A cargo ?389 tons in bulk H?d 1000, sacks Liverpool ground, ex PWe? lure, has been sold, to tarrrve at Boston, on private Urins. 1 ^VlUSKY.?The arrivals are not larce and prices are , Drudge is selhug in small lotsat 22c A lot of 60 ! '\lnV^in^:Vrr- Swtc??*?? would bring 23c. 1 UvO\ IMO.N:?.-- I here is no animation iu any a,ticle of 2>*-?ow excepting Lard, which is iu good inquiry, and a ??of bbls, amount unknowns was mad- ht 61c. Prime ?re ht Id at 7c...

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

For The Tribune. ?DE . THE FOURTH OF JULY. Thz records of the Past unroll, Of gallant deed* in battle done. And trace upon the brilliant scroll The tale of war, and Freedom won, In those dark days of blood and strife, Columbia struggled for her life. A nation's love has sot apart This day to memory of the Past; And proudly in a nation's heart Those memories rise distinct and fast; While prayer und martial pageantrv. Devote this day to Liberty. On every sea?by every shore? Our Btar-Ht flag waves high and fres, And loud above the Ocean's roar. Is beard the Trump of Liberty : Ali! bright o'er Tyranny's dark grave, Hope'? star lights up the Western wave. Oh Liberty! this hallowed day Thy nan:'* is heard from every tongue ; Rich offerings on thy altars lay, With garlands bright thy courts are hung ; And waving in the morning light, Gleam pennons streaming far and bright. Not in the monarch's gorgeous hal 1, Not in the warrior's brilliant train, When clarion's sound at Victory's call, And...

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

Mi I ? HB i I.? "jjSTW-YORK TRIBUNE. ?.rjjiXEW-TORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED 1 EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, at !W N 4?>ai -sr. (orfini-l'm Hjt.Lt.,) Nkw-Yor*, A-d delivered to City Subscribers f<>r NINE CENTS per work, or *htn th-. prefer, they can ray in advance at the D.sL for six i.l?u.oraycar al the same iate. Singh eop.es TWO CENTS. Mai! Subscribers f-'. p ?< aunnm, ia advance: and thr papei in do case con tinned beyond i)< rjmt tor which it n paid. Subscriptions i.ik-u for Six Montb?. No difference allowed on Daily Exchanges w itli any other W1' Trims of Advertising: TEN LINES orlesa,(overSix,) i'irst insertion... 50 Cents. " '? for each subsequent Insertion.2.r> " *? " foi Six insertions,or one week'.. . $) 50 " ? " for Th rjitt*Fm e insertions.5 00 " Longer Advertisements t?..? tili favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Verj Large fa per; for the Country. i> 1'cm.isnro k\ ] :i> - itcrhay mobxiso At the low prio ot TWO DOLLARSiieraiuium,i...

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

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MCT^'NG. JULY 7. FOR PRESIDENT, "1 cv KE5TTJCXY. fj^- The ag'n". foi the Tribur>> at Saratoga Springs and Lansin^burp is Am reb Lewis. Hin office at Saratoga ?> opposite the U- States Hotel. tJ^'Want?<l,aq Azent Tor thi-p?.*r at PaoviDcrcn, H. I. >Io oue u?-ed apply untars he fefioes and u acquainted in that city. --2*n?i<. J7" General Committee of Democratic AVnlsj You 113 *.Ien.-A RegularMeetingofthisCom YnUt>-? w'il !..? bei-V>!,-? B.'ii'Uv, Hou?* on rnd?> rven iai, July T, at 9 o'clock. ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. Owmilf.s K. Taw.or.> w ? Jsmks S. Swain. " j>c (Jfj^ For a Circular concerning the Fire a' Fall River; Hannah Mart's Works. Hydrophobia, a Utter from Bot ton, and a Horrible Harder, see First Tage. CfjV For Ltn? 4y Mrs. Fames, and a Letter describing Scenery on Ike Western Lakes, see Last Page. Pennsylvania. The signs of the times in the old Key-Stone are most encouraging. The great mass of the late compact party of...

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

Letter from Fnther Matthew? fhe following letter was read at the Temper ^ Celebration in Philadelphia on the -1th : Cork, Ma) 27th, 1*43. Dtcrly Btl?ttd Vrund\:?To say that I am gratifie Yth'ed with vour affectionate addrev) would hit fe*bl\ c ?:? t^Mletlinffi. My heart throbs Ith raptttfe whilst! read p?r, sraia and again, ever) cheering line ofit ? tliat I command the wintr^ of the morning to waft myself Kor.ee into the midst <>f yon. to embrace you all, and t an nc? :ri vo-i clad tidings of errat joy from old Ir.- lanfl. *yonr?eal in our sacred ran.,- is well known to me . yon {,rjjh{ geffl" in the Temperance crown, and I have only .?..bor: ????? to j> eram " o:,'il 1 come. Strong drink r?Ie? jtj'pe or form, yon are ?,, renounce for ever, and ma) ^' ie.sin^o. the Lord npon the heads of the Iiechabites, faceuA also upon you. Each of you, mv dear brother Tee ?e?!l<f*> I salute most affectionately, and' I present, through ion. mv cordial greeting to every one of the t...

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

For Tb* T.'i-^ae. ' WKTI-TEX on tiik 0* bbs. ?HCT Z-tMSS. IT KXIXUKtTH i. S^?r.:. T" What tidings upon thy mighty wing Beaxest thou, O Wettern Wind 7 What message from tear and distant friends Whom thou hast left behind ? Say, eomeci than like the glad Dore eif bid, With a token that all is w*2J i Thou canst many a story bi Change unfold : What hast then ne-tc to tell If.. Alas! thy hollow, nnrstenoos voice Hath sorrow in :ts tone \ And painfully upon my ej32 FsiSetr? thy diry^Hke moan '. Thon hast left the low sound of thy sighing breath On ? j^rave that 15 made afar? And siuidest intelligence of death It is now thy lot to bear ! t) f2r frorn the home of her Youth and Age. From the scene? .her heart loved best, Jn the Stranger's Land, thejr have laid her down To her long, unbroken rest! ?O, green be her grave-sod, and fresh its flowers, And friendly the .-hide of its trees, And sweet be the song that the wild bird pours On the stirring and changeful breeze ! IV. But far greener be ...

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

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. tmv NTW-VOKK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY WORKING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, at tfoNA?.AirJT.(erFO?iTKCiTV Hall.) New-Touk, iS deliTovl to City Sol ?nbw f. i SINT5 CENTfl? *t*k orx?henthe\ prefer, th?> cannaj inadvance at the rwk'for vu montlu.orayeai tt the nine rate bingie ;"1 TWO CENTS. M ?l Sul icnben S5 Per innnin, ..Advance: and the i*rV" '"'" cqutluaed bayondthe time for wwch if i? l>*'d. Snbscripttous taken for >ix No difference allowed on Dlily Exchanges with any oth(r pr*r- T e i in * of Advertising: TEN LINKS .ir .(^t Six.) First m-..-r!ion .. . 50 Outs. *"\ .." ?"? for each subsequent insertion.2ii " it " foiSixinsejtior?,orooewcek...$160 " i ?* for TwE!?t.v-Fi?'i insertions.f?i>0 " i ry Loajrer Advertisements at i ;n.illv favorable rates. THF. NEW-YORK AVEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Paper, for ihr- Country, Ii rUBLISHKO.KVERV,SATI ! \ MOKNIftfl Atthelow price of T WO DOLLA R Spei annum, in advance Marri ?f-f'- RxLio.iotta and Kimkhh. Notices, not ...

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

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CiL AY, of kkntccxy. tj"^ The agent for the Tribune a: Saratoga Spring aud Laniingbur;- t? Altoed Lewi*. His office at Sarat'-jra. is cppo*>ite the U. Stati-s Hotel. -'31. "Zjr- Wanted, an Agent lor ?iii pa;<er ?t PkOTlDKircE. V L No one need apply onless heiesidesand is acquainted in that city. wmtJZmm i ? A provoking typographical error occurred ia the leading article in our l*!*t: iu the last paragraph but one, se?ono line, for destructive read distinctive Anti-Masonry. HUH For a Letter from Boston, concerning Dr. Brccn xk'i Sermon in the Tremont Theatre, Gov. Sz^xttv and Repeal, The Fourth of July at Sylvania, Whigs oj l<<6 and 1843, fee., see First Page. V' x a Sonnt!, and a spirited and amusing Poem, en? titled ?3 Tale of a Comet, by a Lady in Virgiuia, see Last P*co_ JT_f* The Merchants and other citizens of New York, as will be seen by tho following Call, arc invited to incet at the Exchange at 2 o'clock th...

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

Tue Burning of the Bibles. Our readers will doubtless recollect the bumin"; of a number of Bibles in Champlain, X. Y. some time since which created so much excitement.? A Committee romposcd of Protestants and Cath? olics haw investigated the transaction and made the following report. As the matter has excited ven* general interest, we copy the document en -irc' report, The undersigned, in compliance with a rennest of the }1>t. j. Rooney of Phtuhurgh. and in conformitv to the wishes of Bishop Hughes of New-York, is published in the papers, nut at the Corbu in the town of Champlain, f. r (lie purpose of ascertaining the fact- in relation ti< th- burning ? f Bibles at that place in November last. After having examined a number of witnesses, we have to report that Biblis were burnt, and that the number will not rirj much from forty two: we think that to be the precise number. The j were burned by Mr. T. I man. a Missionary from Canada, and recently from Prance, a Friar oblat; tha'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 July 1843

From the Jalv No- ofthe Democratic Rev im FREEDOM. HV HEXRV T. TLCKERMAN. Freedom ! beneath thy banner 1 was born ? O let me ?harr thy full aud perfect life ! Teach me Opinion'* slavery to acorn, Ano" to be free f.-om Passion'* bitter strife. .? Froe of the world, a self-dependent soul, Nourished by lofty aimi and genial truth. And made more free by love'* serene control, The spell of Beauty and the hope* of Fohih. The liberty of Nature le: me know, Caught from the mountains, groves and crystal stream Her starry host, and sunset'* purple glow, That woo th* spirit with eele*tial dream*, O.i Fancy's wing exultinglv to soar. Till life's harsh fetters clog the heart no more ! For The Tribune. A TALE OF A COMET. from a Letter to a Gentleman in Uns City from a fady of Vi-.F.inio. 'T 1* evening, and deep in the glowing West The Sun sinks down to his golden re*r, And the cloudless vault of celestial blue Looks the same with us as it does with yon For ?Urs in the evening are wont to apje-ar ...

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