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

NEVV YORK TRIBUNE. iBEjyEvr-y?KK daily tribune is published EVERY MORNING. SUNDAY EXCEPTED, ?, i6o NA?.Ai-sT.(erru?!TE City Hall,) Nf.w-Yore, *?ddeli^re<! to City Subscribers for nine cents jvr or ?Ali'n thes piefer. they can pay in advance at the rLk'for ?ix months, or a year at the same rate. Single i*m? Tvt'0 cents. Mail Subscriber* $5 per annum, ? adrance; and the paper in no case continued buyond the ^ne for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six No^iffVrence allowed on Daily Exchanges w ith any other Terms of Ad v e r t i s i n K . tvn LINES or less, (over Sii,) First insertion... 50 Cents. it" '"' /breach subsequent insertion.25 " ,i " for Six insertions, or one week... $) 50 " m " for Twkntv-Fivk insertions.5 00 M jrj* Longer Advertisements at equallv favorable raf-s. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A. Very Laree Paper, lor the Country, IS rtTBLISHED EVjcilV ssTrspsv MOSUIUfG ijthelow i>rice of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance ?j^stiraCKs. Keliqiqwi and Funeral Not...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 July 1843

JTHyE_TjlIBUNEu "tiTunSbAY^O^iyG^ JULY 27. -FOR PRESIDENT, HE^'KY CliAY, of b.entccxt. ~5- Persern? wishing w subscribe for The Txib' ^e in eikiLAVzZrhia, and the adjoiuiui: District*, mil be served re fffiKw daV ou the arm al ol the cars at 12 o clock, noon. ft be low t-rice of ? cents per month, by leaving 'rilrTtheunders.itned. Single copies two The Week? ly Tnhune per No. 8* cents. ^ ^><^hia, -saws (jf>. For tfoftees o/ A'w Hiafnrw ?/ the Silk Culture, No. 6. aad Creeds, s*e First Page. {>5- For b 6y.i- D-F. Randolph and in Anecdote cj Scpolton, s?e Last Page. The Schools. DO" If TA* Express thinks that American riti zens who were admitted by Naturalization have not the same right to be heard in the manage. mcBt of our Schools as other citizens, why then we differ on that point, that.;s all. A citizen is a citizen in our eyes, neither more nor less. A* to the Express's'assertion or prcsumption, or whatever it pleases to call it, lhat Universal. ist3 or any other body...

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

' ?K?rebeeu brought against ?ix or seven handled of ^wiuousibleof the stockholders of tbeNnr-Tork *J5S Railroad Co. by die directors of the Company, on ^ ?dof their personal liability, fo> misfeasance ornon ^fcr-erie: have been discovered in Philadelphia. They T*?' i\ in the name of Matthews & Mauley, broker*, at comer of Third ;tnd Cheatnut utreet*. one Tor the ? * -ttOOand anoib. r for $1300, making in all $1600, on -*r risers and Mechanics'Bank; and so well were tliej ^ ?Vd that they were paid without any suspicion of their ?>2lMt charac't?r. ?4? Urn from the Montreal Grzette that two young men, ?iL? ?od Mr- D?311. recently clerks in the office of the 6fUpP*,r Canada. *r Kingston, have been arrested and 5 >??<! en a charge of embezzling the funds of the bank. following is a stitement of the tolls received at West "^aatSd week in July. I Total to 22d July. A-*1*" ..$4,774 37 1841 .$101,930 4? ffi. . 4,708 61,184-2. 31,669 61 ^. 7,407 SI 11843 . 101,713 41 feiorer 1...

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

For The Tribune. TEARS. I heard a proud and haughty youth His father's counsels spurn .* And marked him in his later years? A prodigal return; The tears that blessed him as he came, A parent's love alone can claim. At morn, fair as a flower of June, I saw a maiden bloom ; 'The evening came, and with its pall Close wrapped her for the tomb : The tears that o'er her grave.were shed. Were pure an ever mourned the dead. Within a deep and narrow cell, I saw, condemned to die, One deep in crime who oft bad said, No tear should dim his eye; But now in meekness low he bow'd. And in contrition wept aloud. I anked which of the throe were best? The tears that blessed a son, The tears that marked affection's grave. Or those repentance won ? An answer by my heart was given? Two were ol Earth?the last of Heaven ! A. I). F. Randolph. Anecdote of Bonaparte at St. Helena.? Mrs. Abel', who when a young girl resided with her brother at St. Helena at the cottage named 'The Briars,' which Napoleon chose...

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

ilw-YORK TRIUNE. ipNEW-TORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORXINO, SUNDAY RXCEPTED, . ?? Na??aVi"*t.(ipposite Citv Hall) New-York, VSt? City Subscribers for NINE CENTS per ^Jk or V?hru they prefer, they cat. nay tn advance at the S5?far ?ix months or a year at the same rate. Single 52 TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribes Sj Pet annum, flSLi?. and the paper iu no case continued beyond the St?for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Sis fy&fa&ct allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other P3"'' Terms of Advertising. -i'V LINES or less, (over Six,) Firstiiisertion... 50 Cent?. lip ** i" for each subsequent insertion.26 " u ? for Six insertions, or one week... $1 SO 1 ? for TwESTY-FlVE insertions.5 00 " Loagst Advertisements at egnally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE gfffira lines, 25 cents THE TRIBUNE. betters from Httropp.No. XII. Forrigu Correspondence of The New-York Tribune. A VISIT TO SALERKO?RUI5S Of P?ST?M. Salerno, May, 1843. I have just returned front Ptestum....

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

THE TRI?UINE. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 28. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CL.AY, OK KKNTCCK7. City Subscribers, w ho prefer not being callednpor wee*K' for th-ir jay for this paper, may pay in advance for so s/iouths or a year at the Desk of the publishing office, and the) will bare it served promptly and at an early hoor. For an interesting Letter from Europe?,1 Vitii U Salerno. Ruin* of Pa-stum?und Progress of ihr Doetrini of Jltsociation, **? First Pae,e f?f- For the conclusion of the Hiitory of the Sill; Cut tare, No. VI., see Last Pagp. Political Economy. The penny-a-liners who do up the journey work of writing Editorials for The. Sun (Beach's) seem incapable of understanding the plainest propoffl tion. Fifty times at least have we restated and explained our elemental view of Political Econo? my, and yet they broadly reiterate, in regard to our Introduction to Atkinson's treatise : ?'The doctrine is this : Jill commerce ia an evil! The transportation of goon's from place to place, for the pu...

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

CITY i N'T KLLi O E N C E. Thtrsdav, July 27. Police Okfice.?Important Arrest of two jit, roR SrCAXiWO Wa remis.? Office: William 11. Stc nben* assisted by officer B^kf-r, on Wednesday evening ar '<st*d two men charged with stealing a watch ami chain from gapastisnK?hlhur, 142 Reed-steeet; their names are Wil listn Fisher ar<* f' li r Boyle. Boyle was also chained with jyaliuit a worth from Henrich Sleinke, No. '203 Centre jutet. While the men were beim; heard on the above complaints Oficer Wm. H. Stephens received information that Miss r>becca S. Kiddy, of 43 Hamilton street, had also lost a Trttch worth $10. Stephens immediately left the Office and ^covered it from a pawnbroker, where Boyle had pledged it. ?rV other two watches were also recovered and both men fully committed for trial. SXEALUffl a Pail of Butter.?John Kilt y was arrested for steali:in a pail of butter ftom the wagon of Messrs. Dodge jiBeed at the foot of James' Slip. Attempt to Ron.? EVter Hagau, a boy, ...

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

Fr.r The Tribnn?. History of the SiIk_Culture... No. Vi. [Concluded.] Du. H. Jewutt, Dayton, Ohio?.Vy liVar Brother: (5) We must now go to work, and re-supply the mulberry trees that have been wantonly and inconsiderately destroyed, as shown in a prece? ding number.* And there is not only this amount to be grown, but many millions more. The state of things is now vastly different from what il wa* in the Call of 1839. At that time nineteen, twentieths of all the trees in the country were in the hands of mere speculators, men that knew nothing, and cared nothing about the Silk busi ness, only as affecting the price of trees then :n their hands. But at. this time, all the trees saved from the general destruction arc in the hands of Silk growers, and about equally diffused over the country and in actual and profitable use. We have preserved, cultivated, and to some extent multiplied them, knowing their value, and know, ing too, that their value would, in due time, be appreciated for the...

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

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. J?? VEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ?VFRV MORNINO, SITKDAY EXCEPTKD, ir jiNAi^it - jr. (er r oi jt k f ? jtt I1 .iXl,) N? W-Y 0 R E, .'^ Ui*e-*d 'o Cits SnWrsk-n f?t NINE CEN PS per ?rv?hen dh j p. fcr, l ? car pay t- adraace ? the rwk'for six nv.?iiihs. 01 a year at tlie wine rate, oaigie TWO CENTS. Mai' Subscribers $5 per annum, u! Jrauc?" and the paper in no case coutinaed beyond the j^fnr which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six SrfipVrence allowed on Daily Exchanges u ith any other f81*1' Terms of Ad ver11 a 1 ng . ?fF\ LINES or ie?. (over Si*.) FlratinserUon... 50 C?nts. . '.- f?r each s?bs?qdeut insertion." ?J for Sixinsertioii.s,or one week.. . $1 .'?0 " ') rrr Twkitt-Fivk insertions. ... ....'j 09 " r?tet, THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Verv Large Paper, for the Country, isri'BMMir.D KVKRYSAT?RBA1 MOUXlXfi h? Lcnxct An ? eruasmi >,:-. a; crjrclly f&7orsbli THE NEW-YORK*WEEKLY TRIBUj A Very Large Paper, for the Cou rsrUBLUHED KVKRYSAT?RBA1 MO...

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

THE TRIBUNE ""SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 29. : cjtor president. HENRY CLAY, OF xf.rtTKCKY. ry Win tad, an Agent lor ihn. ; at Pr.ovioknck R. L >"o one need apply unk*?, he leridrs dim is. acquainted in that city. ? mSM ? ? fJTjr? For LeUerj/row Mr. Weed, No. 3, and Afiute, see Fir*i Paj-e. COjr- For ' Summer Time," a Poem, and Miscellaneous Items, iee La.?t Page. Our City \ flair*. We have little hope of the wise, efficient, eco? nomical Government of our City by either or any partv. We certainly prefer the ascendancy oi the Whigs, when we can get a tolerably good Ad? ministration, to that of our opponents; we believe they are, as a body, less infected with the disease of office-Peeking and plotting to live at the ex? pense of the public, though it is shamefully pre Talent every where. Wc believe they are not so given to peculating and defaulting, though a good many, even of them, are none the worse for good watching. But we are convinced that the City will never be governed as it sh...

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

The storks sold at auctioft yesterday iolPhiladelphl* be? longed mostly to the Mechanics'' Bank of that city. They ?rrr all, it is" believed, bought in by the Bank. The Atlantic Insurance Co. of Philadelphia, just wound vjp, has alr-adv paid to its stockholders $63 per share, (pai ?60) S?d-h?? - '"*" ~"ls 5*jl] h?ft< Thii r.imnriiy w ?klong unJer the management of the late Condy Raguet. Before his death be lucceeded in obtaining an art from the Legisla rure graal'nP 'be Company the privilege of winding up it.? jrTjjrj. At lbf time uV act authorizing it to go into liqui? dation was passed the shares were selling at $3S. Counterfeit $10 notes of the Bank of Smyrna, Del. are in circulation- The paper is poor ai;d the whole appearance oidinary. The Orpheus and Wesl Point weie .at the Cincinnati land icg on the 20th, with n-arls 200 tuns of merchandize foi the Santa Fe traders, includiug 00 wagons, gearing for 500 ninVs, Sic. purchased in Pittsburg. {a order to prevent fraud the Secre...

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

For Tbe Tribune THE SUMMER TIME BT THOMAS L. HARtll.S. The Summer plume* her rainbow wings, and the rejoicing earth, Attired in virgin loveliness to mee.t her smile, comes forth . XTncumbered blossoms wake to life, of crimson, white aiei And beautify Ephetrura, all glorious to behold- [gold. Bright birds are warbling mid tbe blue, and the sweet ?indi at play P**y i Sing to the rustling leaves, while streams glide gently on their ?A.Kd the gosat hear', of N*'.u:- beats ? ith low and dreamy chime, Tuned to ecstatic melody through -!! tbe pleasant time '. wfiu ein-rald ocean strewed with geins appears the dewj lawn. W'hea the far orient blushes witL tic n seate mile of dawn; And splendidly the day-god moves within his golden car, While each bright sunbeam, mini the leaves glcamsJike a tailing star; ifoIth> And when the' tranquil eve with all her starry train comes The curtains of ihe Spirit-land seem folded round the earth; While Peace broods o'er the sleeping earth?that pure and sn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 July 1843

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. fflv NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS ' *EVEftY MORNING, SUNDAY BXCKFPED, ASwwd tu City Subscribers for NINE CEN I S *Vk or when th-v prefer, they can pay in advance at twt'for <iv rnanthj, or a year at the same rate. . TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers-$5 perannnn Uadvancetand the paper in no ca?r couciuaed beyond ?ar for which it i? i>aid. Subicr.ptiuus tAt-ji lor Six lhawrenceallowed on Daily Exchanges with any f41*1' Terms of Advertising. -jjjj jJNES or less, (over Six,) First insertion... M Cents. *J" " foreach subsequent insertion.25 " ?" *? for Six insertions, or one w?*ek... Si 50 " 0 " for Twejity-Fiveinsertions.5 no " Xaitfer Advertiseineuts at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ji Very Large Taper, for the ConntTy, is rUBl-ishkd kvkry saturday mobk1sg Ulbtlow pnee of TWO DOLL AKS per annum, in advance jUwia??.". Religious and Funeral Notices,notes tire lines, 25 c-:.ts._ THE TRIBUNE A Visit to tlic VVlalte Mountains-Tile Route ..Ascent of Monn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 July 1843

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 31. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or iKXTCtir. To Advertisers?The cuculation <>f the Wkekm Tamest in the Western i*:: of the Hut- ol New iOilt, the State* of Ohio, Indian. Mici.tgan and lllmou, we be? lieve is not exceeded bv that of any Otliei paper pri ted the United State*. Itu therefore a most desirable and ad vaniageoui uieuiuoi for adrertUwg. A limited number of advertisements onlv inserted. Terms 6 cente pel ine I the first iusertion. Ad*ertisenenu must be handed in by Wednesday evening at 9 o clock. {jjy- for an interesting, and faithful account of A Visit to the White Mo?staiws, set First Page /^or o Poem 6y Whittitr, and another Lelterfrom our rvncspondent in 11 alv, we La-'.t Page. fty- In our Saturday's article on ' The Measuring Monop? oly' we Mid that th. measurer stood o? tie. dock instead ol ^r*. We Mid that a state me.-urer imiuued wheiher the Sraiu he w?u measuring was Wheat or Barley. It wa an? other State measurer who came up ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 July 1843

4jjj?5T op a Murderer.?An Italian named Paul Antonio was arrested at the Charity Hospi. ?1 resterdav morning by Capt. Y ouenes, of the pit Municipality Police, charged with having ;.so do d...rt:iA .00 d<> du.m 33$ 50 do d.sl5 33| 00 do Urica iv- Sell .. 114 150 do dn.52 jfi do Paterson Rrd.. . 52; ?J.i do Stoninjrton.31 dadoed ? man named Giovani Cnaus, in the fitr of Mobile, on the '22d of June last. I le was Hrouirht before Recorder Bertus, and committed a prison to await the requisition of the Governor cr Alabama. A reward of ?200 for his appre ? '??Jon has been offered by the Mayor of Mobile. [N. O. Hoc, July 22. \RRf:sTKi?.?John Taylor, a youth about nine .^i rears of age, has been arrested at. Port Leon. Florida, and committed to Tallahassee jail for trial, charged with the murder of Joseph Cope !and,at Apalachicola. It appears tliat an alter. cation bad taken place between the parties, in Jhicb Taylor struck the deceased a severe blow o3the head with a stcik. which fra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 July 1843

From tlx*- Democratic R"> i< w . HAMPTON BEACH. ey J. G. WfUTTTER. The sualight glitten kern and bright AVnere, miles away. Lies stretching to my dazzled si^ht A luminous bell, a misty licht, Bsyo&d the dark pine bloffs and wastes of landy grrj The temalotu Shadow of the Sea ' Against its ground Of silv?ry light, rock, hill, and tree; Still as a picture, clear and fie**, "With varying outline mark the coast for mile* arouud On?on?we tread with loose-flung rein Our seaward way, Through dark-green fields a;.:d blossoming grain, Where the wild brier-rose skirts the lane, And bends above our heads the flowering locust spray. Ha ! like \ kind hand on my brow Comet this fresh bro-r , Cooling its dull ar.d feverish glow . While through my being seems 10 llow The breath of a new life?the healing of the isas. Now rest we," w here this gra*iy mound Hi* feet hath ??rt In the great waters w hich have bound Hist granite ancles greenly round "With Jong and tangled mow, and weeds w.?.c? ...

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

Lyi|ju?ijiJi-iiiii i '^"???"??m"'1"'"- ?w>.?uuutii?m?? KEW-YOKK TRIBUTE. TII? NEW-YORE DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVSRV MORNING, SUNDAY RXCEFTED, ATlSoNAS?AU-kT.?appoiiTEC?TvHALi.,) New-Yoke, And delivered to Citv Subscribers for NINE CENTS per irfck, tir ?hin thev prefer, they can pay in advance at the D,-sJt f?>r ?<* nwoiw, or a year at the same rate. Single CON* TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribe!? S5i*t annum, ?i ?deute?; and the paper in no case eon tin arrl NVOad the lime tax which it is paid. Subscriptions t*kca for S?x Month*. No difference allowed ou Daily Exchanges with any other Terms of Advertising. TEN LINES ?rl<iss, (overSix,) Kir*tiMsertion.. .WCenu. ? " for each subsequent insertion.2S " ?? " foi Su insertions, or oue wvt:k... $1 .'?0 " ?? " for TwEWnr-FlVjc insertions.508 " ?jy Longer AUvertisenietsts ateqaailv favorable rite?. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Paper, for the Country, 18 PI BLIsHKt? EVEBY HTi;U?A.y MOKMN<i Atthelowprireol'TWU DOLLARS pe...

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

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1. FOR PRESIDENT, or xentccky. To A?ti*tis**s?Tbe ??iculatio? o? th- Wkekli Tauw? in die Western pact of the State of New \ or*, tiie 8??of Ohio, Indiana, Micbignn n.d Illinois, we be? lieve imoteicetdeu'by that of any otkei papet printed in the United Sutes. It is therefo? a most desirable and aJ vantageoiu medinm for advertising. A limited number ol adverfiseuient-i only inserted. Terms o" cent* j*r line foi the first iiiiertion. * Advertisements must b- banded in In Wednesday eveniui; at 9 o'clock. ? M lili? ? Sleefv Valu r."?We do not often think it worth while to correct the blunders of our :\\>? ,-'???? - in fugitive article*, but, really, the " SU'jiy Valley of R?eselas," in ???nr Whit? Moaotaifl letwr of yesterday, was rather too ridiculous? The compositor rnu.t have beeu n?ddin? over va?us concep? tions of a Celebrated region ntt-.r the North Kiver. The " wtcfc" at Crawford's is not so had; and the << crossing"' of wavt? ou a be...

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

Gen Hamilton on Repntliiitlon. Gen. James Hamilton was a guest at a Fourtl of Julv Dinner at Columbus, Mississippi, ant bavin? Dci'n " CA^C^ vu^' ?y a ,oaBl> referred tf the doctrine of Repudiation. In the course of hii ren??i'ks, he narrated the following circumstance wjiich occurred while he was in London : "Gentlemen, I was in England when the in. tellitcnce was received and the shock was felt o yoxr failing to pay the dividends on your honris "j rjiioht describe to you the panic which this in. - lenience produced, and its disastrous influence on the interests of our whole-country ; but I for. bear. I know that the losses of large capitalist*. are not very apt to produce much sympathy.? However, your bonds, you v\ ill permit mc to in? form vou, were sold at a price which seemed to promise a high rale of interest ; thev were there? fore purchased in Europe by persons in moderate circumstances, seeking in this way an augment? ed income; by disabled half.pay officers, by com? par...

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

SONNET BY HENRY T. TUCKfcRMAN. Co?ea?k and patience ! elements whereby Mv flou! shall )'ct ner citadel mainta'n, j}&fii??, perplexed, and struggling o'"t to fly, Far, far above this realm o?' wasting pain,? Come with your still and banded vigor now, ' Fill my sad breast with energy divine, , Stemp a "firm thought upon my aching brow, Make my impulsive visions wholly thine ! Preeze my pent tears, chill all my tender dreams, Brace my weak heart in panoply sublime, Till dwelling only on thy martyr themes, And turning /rom the richest lares o?' time, Xove, like an iceberg of the polar deep, In adamantine rest is laid* asleep ! [ Dem. Review. ?Tise Great "West-Its InterentK, Resour? ce??, ?5c-c? ?? Correspondence of Tfie Tribun*. D'htJion, July lSth, 1543. Thus far have I wandered wertward, and at .every mile I've wandered, those who twenty years ago studied Morse's Geography, which gave a description of the new Territory as it then ex? isted, and who visit it now for the first time,...

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