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

IvEW-YORK TR-BUKE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE is PUBLISHED every MORNING. sunday excepted, At 160 NAs?.\i -?T.{erpo?iTECiTv Hall,) New-Yore, And delivfred to City Sob.cribfrs for NINE CENTS rwr naek, oi?when thev prefer, they can my iu advance a: the Desk for fix months, or a yrar at the same rate. Single copies TWO CENTS. Mail Subscriber Si per annum, in advance; and the paper in no case coutlu-jed beyond th rune for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. >"odifference allowed on Daily Exchanges vv ith any other Terms of Advertising. TEN LINES or less, (over Six,) First insertion... 50 C-nts. " " for each subsequent insertion.25 " " " foi Six insertions, or one w?ek... $1 50 " " " for TwEriTY-Five insertions.600 " Longer Advertisements at e jr. ally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Paper, for the Country, IS PUBLISHED BVKRV SATURDAY MOHMNfi i.tthelov. price of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance ?Lirriacrs, Religions and Fcjikral Notices, no...

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

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 21. FOR PRESIDENT, mir CIV AY, Or KF.tTI-CH. 'XT* Wanted, an Agent for this paper at Protidejice. K. 1. N'r* o?; n?*d apply uui.-.s hr j-sitfes and is ar^uai-ted in fSj- We are indebted u> the Express >if Messrs; Adams & Co. for Boston papers in ads>.<ic- of the mail. ft?" ' A Fellow-Citizen ' i, informed that th. i> -. Jo which h- a!it.d.-s will be attended :.?in a few day*. An earlier period might defeat the er:ds <tf justice. OtT^For another interesting Leila from our European Correspondent, ai.d a Comniucicati .0 on Pure and l> ha.r some Water, sts First Pap ?2- j.-OTa foeOT, and interes-ting Anoc&oU v ?/ Washing toijllliion, sec La-t Paige. jfntivc A niericnni>?iii. ' Kernest' writes us to :;ay that he and a great many others of different politics have resolved to break off from ;til existing parties and form a 1 Na? tive American' party. Very well: the world ii wide, and this is a tolerably free country. Al! we ...

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

MONEY jMARKET. gales nt the Stock Exchange July ??. siOOONY 54s,"61 .. . 102 [$1,000Illinois Special.. 32," *poo N Y 6s, '63, . . . 108 ?,000 do do.32* *'0?0 do ?1.b60l08 l.'HK) .lo do.. ....aSO 32j 600 N VTs, '4S.1<9 25 shr- Bk of Com..full 97 1800 Ohio 6s, "60.: .. 89" 24 do Equitable Ins.. 92" 6000 do d-.s''r 125 d<> Fanners' Trust 21 ,'fjCO do do.89} j 25 do do.iil} 3*000 do do....s!0 89 50 do do.?1* 4,fX0 do do.89 I 10 d.> M-mawk.35| ?'oooKentiirkv 6s, .s60 50 do Harlem.. . .b30 ?24 ? 3000 do do". . ..-560 96r; 50 do do.321 1*000 do do.961 50 do do.sr.w i r>io do short loan... 93j 25 do Aub it Roch ... 95 [2i<w do do.9.1 j. '.??") do Paterson.. .opg 501 ci.> I- 1 Itril . 52| 1 (XX* HI Special. 33 ; 10 do Canton Co. SECOND Board. jQtjfbis Harlem .... bt5 ."3 i 50 shrs Farmers7 Ln .b3 20' off) do do.33 J 5 do State Bank.. . . 86 "75 do do. 3341 $4,000 Ohio 6s, 560.89 350 do do.sow 334 i,0C0 Sute4"s,*64Mon. 90 SO do do.I>10 33j I Put,He Stock Exchange, July...

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

For The Tribune. MELANCHOLY. ET AUGUSTUS S50DGRASS. The Sammer's sultry day is gone ; Up star by star now rolls ; The night-air wanders murm'ri ng on Like the sad march of souls ! To one who loves the gladden'd days And Summer's tranquil bowers, The gloom of Night?the Moon's cold rays. Make melancholy hours! I move along the lifeless streets, And seek the dewy plain ; But there my joyless bosom beats With the quick throb of pain ! I know not why rny soul should be Thus melted into tears; But that in these dark hours I sec A band of pensive years! Tbc bleeding and the garlanded,? The weeping and the -jay ; Ah ! then, then shadows of the dead Come up in stern array! But they are shaken from my breast And driven to their homes; And yet rny soul, in this unblest, Still hovers o'er their tornbs! It is a fearful thing to feel The loneliness of life, And 'neath the burden onward reel Bearing the Spirit's ttnfc! He who has f-een the star he deems Rolls its pure light for him, And lost it in...

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

, aBYV-YOKK TRIBf'NK \ ^vNVAV-TOHK [>A!LV TRI BUNK IS PUBLISHED J * ftftftY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPJED, l ..w\i,,u !.r.('riomrriTV Hall.) NnvYoRK, . ^uMrtred to Oiiy Subscribed ?u NINE CENTSpo ? prefer, they.cm nay an advance at the TfC'i - -i\ !.. ? ?!... a v-ir at the same tat-. Single tVI'O CENTS. Mai! Subucjcihew S> iw anntun, ?ce- .mil thp ri.;?er it: no e ise continued beyond the jjjjjf f?>r Which it is puid. Subscription* taken for Six V^ffe'ience allowed on Daily Ekcbances with any other Terms of Advertising. r INES or less, (over Six,) Eir-tinsertion... 50 Ceuts. IW;*,* for each snbaequent,thsertton.'i~> ?< f,,i Six in>>? rtixi. j, or one week ... $1 .VJ " * ? for Tw>:m v-Kn t insertions.S?O " Lw?er A.Iv-'rtis?ibmtnts -it erjnally favorable rates. ? TilE NEW-TOiaf' "WEEKIiY Till BUNK Very Large Tapi r, tor the Couutry, tl pOBt.t*HI U EVERV S vTi'RlVsy UOXKUVG l lAwnriceo! 'i VYTO IHJLLAKS per.-innuiri.i:: advance '^''i Mm f- Reugiocsand Kuiserai, Notic...

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

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING. JILY 22. A'OR PRESIDENT. HENRY CL.AY, ?K HF.?TCCIy. irT* Wanted, an Asprit Tor this paper at Providf-vo:. R. 1 No one nerd ?pply unless he leaides and ts acquainted in Uiat city. CT?- For Leitert frort Mr. Th?r low Weed Abroad, So. 1, and Doctrine of Association, ree First Page. fjQr- For a Poem and a Story cf tht Revolution, see Last Pajr?. ?ta?? D" Mr. Weed, of the Albany Evening Jour? nal, who sailed from thi? port for Liverpool on the 7th nit., had a quick passage till within a few hundred miles of Europe, when the winds lulled, and tiirce days of dead calm were succeeded by liaht, baffling winds for several days. With these ihey entered the Channel, and, finding tiiat they would probably not reach Liverpool for several days, Mr. Weed, Bishop Hughes and several other passengers, chartered a boat that came off from the shore, and were landed on the coast of Ireland, near Cork, at which City they had an interview with Father Mathkw, the great Tem? pe...

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

Revolution?r!- Veteran.?Major Mavnard, of Seneca Falls?, arrived here yesterday, and took lodgings at the Delavnn House. He was Aid jo General Warren, in the Revolutionary War, js now nearly ninety years of age, is active, and en? joys good"health. He left here this morning; for Seneca Falls, on his return from the celebration of the completion of the Bunker Hill Monument. [Albany Eve. Journal. MONEY MARKET. Snles at the Stock Exchange July 21. <5 m V S <K '62.11-1 I 10 shrs Ohio Life & Tr ?0 ' 500 City 7s, '52 ... .110 10 do Equitable Ins.. 93 900 N ?' 5s, '55 .... 99} 60 do Bowery Ins. . . 136 4000 N Vfii, '62, bl5 10S I 10 do Guardian Ins. ..104 gOOO N V7s, ?49.109 ! 100 shrs Farms. Tr.snw 20] M00 do do'49... 109(125 do do..21'? 3,000 Kentucky 6?.96 1000 I.idiana bonds... . 31 \,000 Ind'a Sdg bonds.. 30 S do Utica ii Scb .. 11" 60 do N Jersey.85} do Sionington.31 } MO 111 Special.32}' 50 do Harlem.. . .*G0 33 5000 do do .. ..?60 33 i 150 do do.660 3:1 J 13000 do do.32 5...

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

From the Newark Daily Advertiser. FLOWKJf S. The flowers! the flowers! then* smile on a By cottage door and princeiy hali; They brighten in the sunshine fair, And ill! with sweets the midnight air; They spring; in forests dark and old? On mountain-tops they brave the cold, And I have heard that Ocean blue Sweeps over flowers of raatcldcss hue. And ever find they sweet employ, Those little messengers of joy? They glance along the shaded way Where oft the merry school-boys play. Half crushed in apron clean and neat, Out at the sides they love to poop; Or cushioned, kiss some rosy hand? The richest vase in all the land. The flowers! the flowers! are taught of God ; They blossomed where tbo Saviour trod, He saw them innocent and fair, Sustained by Heaven's unpurchased care, And to hi? pure and holy eyes, They more than equalled Syrian dyes ; Tne*Eastern monarch famed of old, In robes of purple wrought with gold. Must to the Lily of the field The glory of his vesture yield. A Story of Ih...

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

^U'-YORK T11IB?ME. U SEW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED P'BBT MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, luflr.-v mOTtto,or*"ye?r at the s?bw rat?. Single ?2 wo CENTS. Mail StdiscnbeM IS per annum, gSjLirii. and the paper iu no cane continued beyond the SLite *o?ch it is i*ud. Subicriptionj taken for Six Slffwrxce allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other Terms of Advertising. *e* LINES or k~i, (over Sis,) Fjrxiinsertion... SO Cents. T.. *??? f,., i nbsfqnent insertion ..: ...25 ? <? for Six motions, qr one week .. . $1 30 ? " for Twestt-Five insertions.j?8 " j^j, [^iixtf Advertisismeuts itcqualH favorable rate*. THE NEW-TORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE i Very Large Paper, lor the Country, t?Vv'bush?0 kveuv jatcxdav M?tMMi i,A,iair price of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance ... .' ?:?, Ri iad EursKnaL Notices, not ex r ti:iei.2;.cm:s. _ ^THE TRIBUNE. _ tic ^.xaBasis of Xkwophox : Chiefly according to the tftt of L. Diadoi f; with N >te* : fortheuseol Schools od'CoUeges. By Jol u i. Owen, Principal <>...

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

THE TRIB?NE. m?nDay"morning- j?ly 24^ ~^^OR~PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, ?IV * r<ITr( K V. or ?Enccitir. '^tTj^o Sfkkches ok Hkurt Clav??The publik? en of this work are new prepared w execute i rders to any ?xienl The work is compru-d tu tw,. .*mv.. ?.dum-*. ' taming in the whole upwards of 1,100 pages, andisdlus. uated bv a splendid Portrait of Sir. Ci-sv, a View of his Birth place in Virginia, and a Vac Simile oi one ol his letters-tfewA'fe for One Dollar I It U believed to be the cheapest work ever published in America. These Speed es form'an important portion of the History of our < ountrj foi the last thirty years, and are interesting to all classes of ???der?, without r-f-rence to politics. Postmasters and oth ?rs remildne Ten IMlars are entitled to twelve copies, or tiuhnnd- I copies Cor Eighty Dollars. The work may be obtained ou the same terms in PatuunxrHis from Godei * McMichakl. None sent on commission. I -nn. U,h. Ord'.rs must be addressed to GREELEY St M< ELBA I H, ...

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

w-, of the Strafford Bank at Dora h^gexpir? I, ^jSSen contain a notice that its biU. vrill W.rf *K,lTo*r counter, and we understand that jt* affair. Jonnd up and its bu.tuess brought to a c.osr wrj, ^?dV The Straffoul Bank has bee.. ? W ve*rs, Md his been esteemed one of the safest ^100 -or j. petitioned the Legislature ol Sf^S&tffa dJEr. which wa. Jenied. '^Erstand, savs the Detroit Fre- Press, that the new "*!abaU have recently arrived her- for the resuscita Bank of Vpsihnti. The people cannot be too '*? r!on their guard against taking the issues of new draft? .noli defuact charter. _ Market?- Carefully Corrected for The Trihu ? Sati-rhav, July 22. ..j..c _Tic i' "'? '? ski !'? ?: ? t'< t-r than 'inst- c.ed. The rate is firm' it ?! 6*?, for export, sales to-day are about 500 bbls. Pearls are held \bout 5? bb'* bave been taken to-day at 5 31J a ij-^ following tab)..- will show the movement in . the Inspect:"" warehouse during the present season: ^"eeived from JulyT, 1343, to...

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

ON SEEING THE ANDES. written in illness.by ii- THROOr. My boyhood's prayer i? answered j t ha^ ? ?e< n The lofty eyry to the e?.g!?- given ; Th* high*.* where frot of man hath nevei been, The topmost cliff of hill* tluu rise to heaven: The aiellovr sun-light of * warmer rone, The mountain-country of the Amazon. >h pulse hath throbbed with Ocean's .welling tidi My voice hath minded in its mighty hymn . 1 bless the hand thit did my footstep -.-old-: Now that the light of life is waxing dim, 1 bow to the decree?I ki*> th* rod, Nor murmur at the providence of Uod. Aa exile from the land that gave me b The sport of Fortune, and th* victim, ay< Of w-an diseav*?long absent from the h arth Of bovhood's love?I an con tent to die ? !Nor mourn o'er hop*-, dashed rudely to the ground. Since now my lens-tossed bar.pie is homeward bound But yet't is hard, in life's bright summei time, To tear in sunder all the bean's strong :re? , To roakc the pilgrimage to that fir clime Whence none ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 July 1843

WeW-Y?RK tribune. fBKKEW-yORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, 8CNDAY EXCEPTED, \rl60 Nas?a?j-?t.(oppOiiteCitv Halt.,) Nkw-Yorr, Aanoehvered to City SnbscribeK foi NINE CENTS pei ?V*ek, Ol whr? thcv prefer, they can nay 10 advance at :!..? n^'for sii months, or a yeai -a\ the sarue rate- Smuie copies TWO CENTS. Mail Subscriben$5per.anuam, a advance; and the paper in lie. case continaed iwyond the [imf for which it is paid. Subscriptions tr.keai for Six vliciaererjCr allowed on Daily Exchanges with any otlv-r P**1' Terms of Advertising. TEN LINES or lens, (over Sit.) Firstinsertion..'. 50 Cents. .. for each subsequent insertion.25 " ?I M for Six insertions,or oue week... $160 " ?i " for Twi ntv-Fivk insertions.508 " ?,?7" Longer Advertisements at ejn.-.llv fai arable rates. TflF. NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Paper, foT the Country, is PUBLISHED evekx SATURDAY MORNING Asthrlow pnce of TWO DOLLARS per am:!'in. m advance jlAKaiAORs, REJLiciocsand Funeral Notice, not ex ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 July 1843

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 25. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, ok Ktrrrvcsr. (COr* We are requested by .-serai gentlemen fr ho take The Tribune in boarding-houses, to remind oJ/i?r gentlemen who are their fellow-boarders that the fir.t reading of a newt i^aper belongs of rightto him who takes and poyt for it. Who ?rer wishes the Inxury of first unfolding the fresh, damp sheet should quietly send bis name and numberto the office. To sit reading a paje-r you do not take while he who Joes take it uneasily waits for ir, is a gross violation of courtesy rind fair dealing. S<> think our subscribers, and we heartily agrte with them. A man who will not pay nine cents week for a paper ou tritt to stand bark till the news is all read out of it. !LF A lucid article on Association is crowded out this morning by the length of our Italian cor. respondent's thrilling account of A Visit to Pom. ?pen. The letters on John Randolph and State Prison Management on our First Page will be found i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 July 1843

Murderous Affray.?An affray took place a few days since between Dr. Dauley, his son, his daughter, and a Mr. Wcmiss, at Metropolis. 111. <onic difficulty had occurred on account of a pro- ! Xjsed marriage between young Dr. Dauley and ' jfemalc relative of Wcmiss. The parties became ?excited in the quarrel, that old Dr. Dauley shot: "Wcmiss in the breast, wounding him seriously though not mortally. At this juncture, as wc arc informed, voting Dauley sprung upon the wound. erJ man. and inflicted several severe wounds with a knife, so that Wemiss's life is despaired of. It s-vms also, that the ladies took part in the scuttle. Young Dauley was married the next day to VVemiss's female relative, and we now learn that old Pr. Dauley and iiis daughter, and voting Dr. ! Piiulev and his wife have all 'neen arrested and conunitted to prison to await their trial. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Monday, July 24. Hoard of Aldermen. P,eirnt;LLIJAH F. PURDY Esq., PrksideXt?a quo , nun Tlf Minutes of the lrts...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 July 1843

BANK NOTE TABLE. Corrected Weekly by J. Thompson, Exchange Broker, and Publisher of the 'Bank Not" Reporter,' b2 Wall .?Juk :\ All the pood Bunks in the United State? arc to he found in the following Table. Bills of Banks not found here may be considered worthless. MAINE. Agricultural ?<iux.. Androscoggin. Augusta. Baugor Commercial.. Baugor, Bank ol. Bella.?*. Brom wick. Calais. Canal. Cn>co. Central. City, rortland. Commercial. Carnberiand, Bank of. Eastern. Ellsworth. Exchange. Franklin. Freemen's. Frontier. Gardiner. Granite. Xenduskeag. Latayeue. Lime Rock. Lincoln. .Manufacturer.'. no sale. i Easl Brii ??? Ekseaj Noi t. Exchange. Oi, (? Haven-. to! Faimou?i. j Pall liiVf-r. do F.t.-hburg. do Frain'mgbam? h Freeman's. : General Interest dip <?!-ilje. do Gouce-Mer. ??h (ira:,?l. j ; Gran.te. do; Greenfield. do \ Hamilton. .'.i. Uampden Andovrr. i ft. l.0Azncul:ural. do .tr.Island Central., do (UiodeIsland Union.... do Rhode Island, Bank of.. do Roger V.'dimmv.. do Srmlh...

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

?KVt^?mv TI?BIJIVE. JESEvf-yORK DAILY TRIBUNE is PUBLISHED EVERT MOENIKO, SL'MUV EXCEPTED, , nN.?M.?T.(rPrn?lTi:CiTV HiLL.) New-YoR*. ffiod to City Subscriber, for NINE.CENTS per J^-Twhen they prefer, they caa payin advance at the I i'frr months, oi a v?-ar at the- same rate. Si?K|r ,a*'?nTQ CENTS. Mail Subscriber S3 per annum, ^fSmar an?l the paj>er in n* ca.v coutiuied DeyOnil the f^forVluch it is paid. Subscriptions t,ikejn for Six y'daffVenc? aJiowetl on Daily Exchanges \? ith any other *s* Terms ?f Advertising. L. < r\-iJ5 oi less, (over Su,) First insertion... jf, (Vnts. IP " for each subsequent' insertion.;'-.?> " ?? for Six insertious, oroite^week....9150 " for Twenty-Five insertions.50fl " r? tj?|i^ Advertisements at equally favorable r.<t<?. TfB NSW-tORK YVXERLY TRIBUNE I ftty Large Paj??r, for the Coantrv, lirCBLISKEO every bs.turbay hoauirg ? j^pjjcr of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance V$jut,cz?, RELiciovsand Funeral NoTicEs.uotex ^t; jjyg bar... 23 ct::t...

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

THE TRIBUNE; WEDX?S1*AY MORNING. JVLY 26. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, _ Qy he-?ti;ckv.______ To ADvtRTlBCRj_The circulation of the- WejeXLV TuiBl^t la Ifen Western pait of the bute of New York, th* States c<' Ohio, Indiana, .Michigan and Illinois, we b liertif. w< exceeded bv thai of an j othci i-'i>er printed in "die United Stitch. Ills therefore 'a most desirable end e-1 ?/anta^eous medium for advertising. A limited number ol advorcisemcnts only w?ei ted. Ter mi 'j cenu per line for Che first insertion. Advertisements must be handed in bj ^Vediitsday evening at 9 o'clock. fjJT- For a Lc'lei from Mir. Wi t.u u'rro'u', and a Simple Explanation of Association. >ee Fiist Pa^e. Ca?- For v'i rVlit to WoRDswifRTH, by Rex- orv1lj.c Pkwj?T, and a Fcctnhy C. D. Stuart, ste Last Page. From Canton. The ship Horatio, Capt Kowland, arrived at th'w port last evening from Canton, whence che sailed on the 12th of April?fourteen days later than our previous advices. She brought no pa. pc...

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

the ground that the Pi<?ident had uo right to male ii ?ithout the consent ofthe Board of I)ir?ctors. The ?4Kie,rate circulation ol the tvvo Cincinnati Banks, ? h e?|Uial? of -',000,000. is less than $.100,000; their spe? cie' $110,000; Bank note, f-<i4,000; deposits (336,600. The Un^st amount of ?pecie is in the Clinton Bank, Columbia, t|*0,957. Its circulation is $191,760; deposits $102,534 This Bank ha* the largest circulation "f any in the State. tbeBank. f Wo.^u r n-r.t, $437,669. The Bank ofOeanga y the smallest, $1.4,163. - .. . ' AtM'-hile hills, iu consequence of a limited supply; again pranced a. Demand extremely light. Sterling, 26; N'. w. fork 60dsvs, I7j a 18; New-Yorfc, sight, 19 a 20; Prance if. 45; Specie, 18 i 1!?. At New-Orleans the supply of hills is very small, demand p>ni Rates have again advanced. Sterling, 9j a 9 per & nt. Kriniurn-? France, 5 22J a 3 25, New? York, 60 dis. par.? jfcht checks, 1 per cent, premium. jit Cincinnati, 21st, Eastern Exch...

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

ftn i m i i ii mwiii j1*" ^r' V L. ** ?;-? -'r** For The Tnbu-ie. COLUMBIA'S PINE. BT C. P. STCAST. Xm Psaes of old Scotia mar v> reat with the S*Ie, Wheo tempests their lightnings h'.ve flung from the cloud, Whtn the fire-footed formi m the Summer sky ?il Like giant* in battle, undaunted, unbowed? A* high o'er our hills with their lofty browi shin* The evergreen heads of Columbia.^ Pine ! Ay, prouder, far prouder, far freer th- !aed O'er which their strong armi like a bann-t are dung, Unmatched, and unrivaled, eternal they -land, And strive with the storm from the crags wlrere thej :prun.-, Nor reck they when t~mp?*U or lightnings incline, Eut ring out their challenge, those forests of Pine! Go, gate where Earth's pillars have shot to the ski Where the fierc- Eacle screams to '.he storm and th- ''.bit.. From their tops, like rude heralds, terenely they rise, And their shadows fir down in the - *!*<> aw c O'er the spring ar:d the torrent, the ieaf and the \ me, Spread the's...

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