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

NEW-YOKK TRIB?NE. ?rtt-v NEW-VORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOANING, SUNDAY EXCEPTE!), i.d delivered to City Subscribers for NINE GEN 1 S pe, ff?k or when they prefer, they CMfroy in advance at the rvikfor six months, or ayear at the same rate. Single ^es TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers S'> per annum, in advance; ami the pa?*>r ?uno case continued beyond the tune f,,r which it is piid. Subscriptions t^.ken for Si\ ^difference allowed on Daily Exchange? with any other l****" T e r m s ?? f Advertising. TEN LINES cr less, (overSix,) First insertion... 5A Cents. .? " for each subsequent insertion.26 " .. " for Six insertions, or one week... SI 30 " e " for Tvcknty-Five insertion?.Mio " try Longer Ad vertisetneo ta at eijnalh favorable r-.tes. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE a, \>rv Large Paper, for the Country, u rvaiasiiKD e ? >.x v , ktvxoxx mouxixg Atibe low price of TWO DOLLARS pi r annum, in advance Mirkiai.ks, ReLiciocsand Funeral Notices, not ex idi?i fi?* hues, 2J ce...

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

THE TRI?UJNE. Wednesday morning, AUGUST 2. "rTA7??Ti.Ea^^ b> tVednesdav evening at 9 o'clock. $7- For ?a'? Swindling-I'M"* from Mr. Weed, So. IV., sec First Page. f-o- For More about John Randolph see Last Page. The Right of .SuiTrai??- and the Albany Argus. The Albany Argua, on the 20th uluannounced with exultation the success of the movement in Louisiana for a Convention to amend the State Constitution, and proceeded to turn it to account ?s party capital. To effect this purpose it made the following assertions : 1. That "we feel proud of thisvictory, becalm it all be ion?i to the Democratic party." This we have proved unt rue, by a simple reference to the indisputable Election Returns. New-Or? leans?a Whig City, and none but Free-holders voting?haB given almost two to one for a Con- j vention ; so of ?St. Mary and the Whig Parishes generally. Two successive Whig Legislatures ? buve forwarded the Convention. 'i. "Whig Executivesand Wine Legislatu,eshare mould ed the Politics of...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 August 1843

CiAT AN? Caliioi N.?The 4 American Demo. , ' published at Macon, itself an advocate of \rr Calhoun, has the following in relation to these ?yodistinguished Americans: - Mr. Calhoun and Mr. Clay arc not only the ' 0f jrreat political parties, but an honor to ! t country?their age?and the American -_^?verv American citizen should cherish ?Vrn as the common property and glory of his ^yv : it is between these two, probably the r-fatest living minds of the age, that we desire to L the race for the Presidency, in 1844. Both jjheffl arc Americans?both of them arc patri i*?-neither of them would descend to anything .can?their feelings and sympathies arc in uni ln with the glory of their country, and the pros ,,T;ty and happiness of the people." ?Profer and Important Dkcision.?A Lon ;'cn Wr** sa-vs : ? ^ir ^ ^ Bruce gave judgment ? (he Vice Chancellor's Court last week on a pant respecting wills. A testator in 1 "3! made ,?11) by which he gave a share of his estate to ?;? daughter and her is...

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

THE TRIBUNE. .llore about John Randolph. To the Editor of The Tribune : Seeing some articles in your paper, from a Washington Correspondent, about John Randolph . cf Roanoke, it has awakened in my memory some reminiscences, which may not be umnter eKtini?* to vour numerous readers. Permit me, however, in the first place to contradict th<. as. scrtion of some writer from Virginia, that Mr. Randolph was insane, as long ago as L800. From that period to 1822, .Mr. R. was in the meridian ; of his fame as an orator, and although he was always eccentric, yet when roused by a debate in which he was provoked to take a p'irt, h:s an? tagonists, at least, showed that they felt in full force the power of his eloquence. Have we for. gotten his great speech on the Yazoo^speculation, delivered inlb:J') ? Whenever he introduced a proposition, and met with resistance, lie bore down all opposition by his impassioned oratory and his rcrsolutc and unyielding temper. The first time ? had the pleasure...

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

NEW-YORK TKIIHAE, [?BNEW-YOIU*. DAILY TRIBUNE IS PTJBLISHE] ' EVT5RT MOnxtNG, SUNDAY EXC?PTICO, . a*rttoNassAt ->T.(f.ri-oiiTi:'-"iTvHAi.i..) Nkw-York, ???Urered to City Sub*K?ib?rf?r N18E?"NTS per ?lime for Sotliff?*r?*iic>? dllowt-d cu Daily Exchanges with any other I*41*"' T e i tn s ? f Advertising. TEN LINES or less, (over Su,) Firsliasertion... 50 Cents. ? \ " foreachsubsequent insertion.25 " ? " for Six insertions, or ?....? v.r*'k.. .$150 " m -. " for TwicWTr-Fivs; insertions.ii>9 " try Longer Ad ver t?semeou atequalh favorable raes. THE NEW-VOUK WEEKLY TRIBUNE *, \'vry Large ?**l|"-r, fot th?-- Country, IS PUBLISH? D Kvi.riV s iTlKloy MoKM.N?; \i iht lov* price ol TW( I DOLLARS per annum, m ad vane** -jfiMuaocs, Rrligiocsand Fvwebju. Nonets, not ex j^Jinif lire hues, ?) cents. THE TRIBUNE. Poe's Romances.?Burgess *Sc Stringer have commenced a serial issue, in cheap numbers con taking two or more stories each, of tit?- writings of Edgar A. Poe, a young man o? vivid ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 August 1843

THE TRIBUNE. krBllBSD?X MOR?iING, AUGUST 3. ?OK PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF KCNTCCKT. "X^City Sub?crib*!?. who riefcr not- beint: called upon Mi^skly fur thiir }mv lor this paper, may ;*ay iua?vanc?* lor m j ai-wih* or a year at the D*sx of dw pab? ihm? oSice, and t'iey ; **?*>ill have it leived promptly and at au early nour. "T7*" JOcmocratic Whijr Gcueral Commit i*??&.?A Wf-Uuli O! tula Commut?e ?m tv new on l-.M*-. Eveab-cAuitusi i. a: the Broadway House, st?o clock. ' ^ PttlLIf HONE, Cbauman. N. G. Bradforl.. > stcruaua. au3 2t WlLLUM U-USl?, S .._ "'" .. - rsmmm r""r* General Coon AV ?lit ?VE Jamj.? il. sw.ii.1, < _ ***4'* ?>*?*? For an able paper on City Reform, a Letter on ihe , Maumee Towns oui the iAird Ou Manufacture ; Planeur) Motion, b.c. he- see First l'd?*e. fjrj- For More about John Randolph, N?.2, >?. Poem, *-c ?ee Last Page. _ _ ? "Work for the 8 en.ion.' It isa time of quiet now in the Political world, and we trust it may t?o continue?with local ex...

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

Ra,tjioai? Accident.?The train going Weal hieb met with so serious an accident near Sehe Teciadv on Friday last, encountered farther mis Jans before it reached Buffalo. In passing th' diLe of Seneca Fallt*, the train came incontac ?ij7a wagon driven by three little boys. Tnj ?agon, w?b *?s occupants, was caught upon th' *row c'atcher ' and carried some twenty or thirt; Jj_ The wagon was broken into fragments ' ? the horees were killed, but the boys fortu njtclT escaped with a few bruises. The boy liad bee*1 "?va*t*n*i l0 scc t'lc tra*n ?? *>}'? anf*> or ?m approach, the horses became unmanageabli 'rd ran upon the track just as the locomotivi t*?jne along- [Alb. Eve. Journal. Gl T Y i S TELLl GE.NC E. Wedsesday, August 2. Board of Aldermen?Stated Meeting.*? -j^preiiilent being absent, Aid. BKfcVOORT was call? ? th? CUir. The minutes of th?* last meeting wet?* ri*a?l and approved. petitions referred?Of the Clerk of Fulton Market and ??-<? other? doing business there, for the ...

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

*amiJM_-uaLi-i ^sumgamassBmmKaaamaes^xsm>asmsws^mm From Beetle-,'.. Miscellany CALM BE HER SLEEP. BV WILLIAM JON?.*). CaL? be h?r sleep! as the breaat of the 0-*?an, When the sun is recliniii?i upon Us still wave, She dreams not of life, nor its stormy commotion, For the surges of trouble recede from her grave! Calm b? her sleep', as the winds that are. sighing Their last faintest echo amid the j-r-en trees; No murmui can reach her?uncouv-iously lying. She heeds not the tempest, she Leus not the bieew Calm be her sjjieep! as theflower that do?* . lubeauiiful petal iu nij-ht's chilling air! She has folded her shroud, too, and sweellj repo* Oh*, far be the sorrow that dimmed one so fair! Calm be her sleep! a* the whisper of even, iin pray? When the hand, have been clisped, ?iid the k;.e~s r.. She l?as chanted her hymn at che portal of heaven. And found the ?flection de.ii-d to bei here! Calm be her sleep! rrny the bieathiug of slandi I O'erslude not the pillow bed--.sed witli oar t...

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

vEW?YOKK TRIBUNE. irSEtr-YOKK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ^"* EVKRV MORNI.NG, SUNDAY BXCBPTED, . ,--\?,.u-?T fnrrosnKCiTv Ham-,) Nkw-York, ?A?rrHto City Suuienber, for NINECENTS no "?""Jt o- when they prefer, dieycau pay in advance at the r^k'for six mondu.orayear at the ?wme rate. Single l^w? CENTS. Mail Sul?cribere$5*wtuii?um, advance: and the paper innocase.cootinned beyond the ?-J^-or wnich it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Vodif-Teoce allowr.l on Daily Exchanges with any other H-*** T'rm? ? f Advertising. *fV LINES ?rl-ss; (overSit.) Pirstinsertion... SO Cents. **/* " for each subs quellt insertion.2j " ? " for Sit insert ions, or one week-..-$150 " , ?? for TwBWTT-Fiyj: insertions.?00 " ?"?"?* ?oriKsr Adverrisammts at equally fsvorable r*.tes. THE NEW-YORK"WEEKLY TRIBUNE H Very Lanta Paper, for the Country, 15 pi' Hi. IS H ED I'vr.HV i?T!SD*.V MOBMM; liAflow prie** of. TWO DOLL A US per annum, m advance KjUWoE*? ReUGIO?S and FuJ?ERaL Noth;ks, not ex ^(?l* five hue-, 'grea...

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

sckb .- - ? - ^^__S5-!"_?"?_" the TRIBUNE. FklI>?Y MORNING, AUGUST 4. FOR PRESIDENT, J OF KCNTVCRY. i fa, _"ne agent for th?- Tribu-.)- at Saratoj-a Springs and X__rincV?urvA' " A_rnr.*. Lewis. His office a; Saratoga is opposite the V- Sutes Hotel. _ tr-r Demoeratl? Whl?; General Commit %V?---?in-*ti.ii'oi this Commute-will t.- h?Idon rridaj _SrZjY_ A?_u?t 1, at die Br-va.lway House at 8 o clock. Evening. August i, PHILIP HONE. Chairman. N. G. BRAoroRp. i Secretaries. ,_, 2. Wu.-1-M TcBygM ii<nii an3?t r?-T- General Committee of Dcmocrnflo ' Com Ch*al??? K Taylor, ) s?cr,..,ri? JamM B. Swain, S ^_ -?? The Knavery of Politico. J?ow ?hall wc wonder that the short-sighted aud >,-nrenecting often rashly conclude that Poli? tic* j8 ? mere game and leading Politicians hut dexterous ?r unscrupulous gamblers, when wcare often called to expose dishonesty like the follow? ing ? The friends of Manin \ an Buren in and about Cincinnati held a meeting at the Court House on the 27th ult. ...

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

?nr A family consisting of a m in and ins wife. irith three small children, passed through our ? T?]age on foot, last Tuesday, on their way to Plattsburgh. They came from Indiana, and had raveled over seven hundred mile* on foot ! Their ??hole ?fleets were stowed in a wheel-barrow, the jyjgesi child astride of them, which was wheel. ?? bv die man. as they trudged on their way, and al??accmed far more happy than many a cottager. [Cat?raugUS Whig-, 31st ult. 3_rA Manual Labor Convention was held at Hin*dale, N. V. on the 13th inst. for the parp?se of establishing the Manual Labor Institution at that place. .?__________?__, CITY INTELLIGENCE. Thcrs DAT, August 3. Board of Aldermen. Present ELIJAH F. PURDY, Esq., President?a quo rrtrn Th< Boird met. pursuant to adjournment, at :i ?juarter tn ?o'clock. The reading of the minutes of the last meeting was dis? eased svith. Petition of Pope Catlin and 200 others, merchants, cap? ital of vessels, _c. Stc. w have Pier No. 7, East River, re ...

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

. __-_c-oc-. crirrmaerrmrrTnT * ? THE TRIBUNE. Addrcsv to John Q.nii.< y Adam*, Bv OoV. Sv.WARD, On behalf of the. Citizens of Anbu/n?July 25th. Sa?' : I am char_ed with the very honorable and most agreeable duty of expressing to you the reverence and affectionate esteem oi" my fellow citizens assembled in your presence. A change has come over Lhc spirit of your journey, since your steps have turned towards your ancestral sea-side home. An excursion tn invigorate health impaired by laliors, too arduous for age, in the public councils, and expected to be quiet and contemplative, has become one o? fatigue and excitement. Rumors of your advance escape before you, and a happy and grateful community rise up in their clustering cities, towns and villages, impede vour way with demonstra tions of respect and kindness, and convert your unpretending journey into a triumphal progress. Such honors frequently attend pul.hr functiona? ries, and such an one may sometimes find it diffi? cult to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 August 1843

?-YORK T1?IBIJNE: 25evT-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED -^ r-'ERV MORNING, 8 UND A Y EXCBPTED, __*?l_._si--ST.iePFOsiT_CtTt IIai-i-.) Ni.vv-Yor.x ?A? City S.-hscn!.ers for NINE' CENTS; _l?l-?___ .u?.. n_W ih?-v can nav ill advance at i >ix v'i?thivcce allowed on Daily Exchanges vs ith any other r*"". T e r m s ? f A d v * r 11 s i n g . ., ??NES or lesa,(overSix,) Firstinsertion...5CCents. rp ?'? for each subsequent insertion.'?b " *m - foi Sis in.'ierti"n:;,or one we?:k.. . $1 50 " a ?? for Tvvii.ntv-Fivk insertions.b 00 " ^ Longer Advertisemen? ai equally favorable rateas. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE . Very Lire? Paper, for tlie Country, ISrCBLISMKD EVERY MTI KDi.V MOkMM. i._#l)S* price of TWO DOLLARS ? eraiinum, in advance 'jTHE TRIBUN E.~ The Question of Punishment. ?.?it Editor of the Ti i'6une : Itsecnis to rae that your argument on the Bub ^j of Capital Punishment in this morning's jperwill not support your theory to the end. ' Abolish, if you please, ;ill hanging?and sop ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 August 1843

T H EJVRip UNE. * IaTUR?aY MORN 1N(-, AI' G PST 5. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CL.AT, British Notions. Wc trust none of our readers, who shall not have previously seen them, will overlook the de? ferred Foreign articles on our first page this morn? ing. Mr. Everett's Speech touches admirably the proper relation between Production and Com? merce, which is very imperfectly understood -amori"- us, and the succeeding article on the Trade of Great Britain and the United States is at once instructive and gratifying. The British Commercial Press and its echoes in this country reason most illogically on this and kindred subjects. While'the British Duties on American Products were enormous and our Duties on British fabrics extremely light, these presses contended that the resulting advantage ?was entirely on our side, and that the high Duties of Great Britain injured only hersei!'. The Bal? ance of Trade against us was a matter o?" not the slightest cons?quence. But now that this1 inc. quality of I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 August 1843

C J T -* IN' T E L I. 1 GJE N G E . Fripas, Auguit t. n 5. Circi'It Court.?Before Jud-rc Betts. iVsiid Jury came into Court with the following buis: '"'. -?j stat.s vs. Michael Duggan and JLdditon }'.. "Y-For cruel and unusual treatment of John Gilbert, __ds-tp Cc?W Ignored a? to Duggan, and true bill ., (Jriadle *'~titt?State* vs. Charles Crawford, Richard Whiting j ciarles W. liollins. captain aud first and -H0)11d mate. ? i.?nip ??'?jrmos.a, charged witli cruel aud unusual tr?Mi 1 ?? ???i - t ? ' .JJob.? Ragan. Ignored. -*?/ li*1 ** James ?i. Freeman, -<t ship Liverpool, ?Yl?^?h assanlowg one of lh? cresr with a dingerous ,J.-. -S-"-,r?-d' fUftfU "? John P- Goodmanson?( ruel and unusual ...a*--'- lg?-"*-*' Y-^j, being no other business Inf'.r- the Grand Jury, il ,., discharged for the term. g?,?|f was then arraigned, and plead not guilty. By re -g-of iisconnsel, Mr. Sturtevaut, the trial wa- put off ,yU t-rm. the defendant to renew his recognizance. T_ti, or BEs\i. Kardi.xo, f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 August 1843

THW?iss mi-i.i? m il i ' ' ??-??"?* The Death of Bonaparte at St. Helena. T a-.*.-i--.tex rrtuM dk UMaktim:. High on a rock lashed by the plaintive vrave, From fai ihe EOariner discerns a giave, Time lia? not yet the narrow stone defaced : But thorns aud ivj have their tendrils bound, Beneath the verdant covering woveu round, A broken scepire 's traced. Here lies?without a nain- lus relics n .'-, ' But 'tis in characters of blood iropjossefd, On tvery conquered re?ion o? ti'- world, On bronze and ma:ble, on each bo .oui brave, And on the heart of every trembling *-! ?>?? Beneath his chariot hurled. Thre?, little *teps may measure the low mound. And not a murmur from the grave resound* The warrior may be splinted by nvai'- feet ; Insects may buz around that lofty brow : For hi* imperial shade h.*.; only ?. ??*? The surge unceasing beat. Proudly disdaining what the world admired, Dominion only his item soul reejuiied ; All Obstacles, ?II foes his might oVicatn-. Straight to the goa...

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

?-YORK TRIBUNE. rt-SEW-YOllK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ? EVE?V MOUNING, SONDAT EXCEPTED, -.v.-aAti-iT.iorrosiT-CiTyHa-i-O Ni-w-York, .At City SiibscMi-r. lor NINE CENTSi? '->? or'?hen th.*i prefer, thety can pay in advance at th? !_i'for ?i- months, ora year at the ?-ame rat.-. Single _2 TWO CENTS. Mail Subscnbers 55 perannom, i-?*,'*? Cr. ?id the paper in no case continaed oeryond the ?**"?-,. w'hich it is paid. Subscription, taken for Six ??m v?iliArV?n*.*- allowed on Daily E.dianRes with any other "***"?" T'imi of A d v *? r 11 s i n ? . ... ii*s*KS or lei?, (over Six,) First insertion... M Cents. ?r ?'? foreach .obsaquenl inscTtioa.2i " , - for Six insertions, or one? we*ek... $150 " , ?? forTiv.>Tv-Kn i. in?ertioim..-.(in " ***-* Lo__e>r Aelvertif'ine-tits at eouallv favorable ratet. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE . Vfry Lars** Paper, for the Country, llFVBt.lMII'l' F.vr.lIV S.lTUROAJf MoliNIN?; .jjjjjwpriceol TWO DOLLARS?*? annum, in advance ?'?'?jwu-?.*"*. Rf.uic.ioksa...

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

,^-ttT--''?-?**? w>-*a.*-* a T ___-_? from 3Ir. Calhoun. Me-*.-Gales i?^ ?wiualiyoDviouj.au?? .%.,...... .. i"_I?iry of the title _ a ?neic error or a fraudulent atterri,'' ..! ?mnniirion. The one miehr, with some pUua?bil?ty.be co_ posirioi ----?-? :-I-f the f.th' imposition. The one m?hr, wita i -? Rtin--?1 lo be an attempt at imposition : bnr it is imrw-ssible for .:?.--r.tr, ennstrn.-:he ntli.-r. I: is im; "si !? ? much more like .m attempt to inju - me than to itm ose ontli? jiublic. I,however,can stupe?t-iiulhingol thekino. !!??? ir happened I know not; nor is it in iteriat. ?>?> far as it r? latM to the object of this c-sinmuiitcation; but I J?- m ?: du.- to my vlf to state al Ithatllui,>waboutit . I: r.o happens I l^ie never yet seen the rolume. J s?w tu? title and the adre tiaetneu n?>t long since lor the first time. J was, as ma- be imagined, indignai?at the bltmoer, I is rote immediately to ?fricod, who took an interest in the.publica? tion and c?nrrespondt...

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

The Great I.vdiax Councix*.?We copy the following from the St. Louis New Era, of the 26th instant : ?'We learn from the Van Buren (Ark.) Intelli? gencer, of the 15th, that the great Indian council at Tah-k'.quub, in the Cherokee nation, closed it_ deliberation s on the 3d inst. Delegates from the Cherokee. Creek, Chickasaw, Delaware, ?Shaw -icc, Piankasha, Wea, ( >sage, Seneca, Stock- ! bridge, Ottawa, Chippewa, Peoria, W?tchetah, pottowatome, and Semin?le trib?'s, were present. The result of their deliberations was a compact. landing upon each nation, party thereto, embrac jug tlie following objecis : To maintain peace _nd friendship among each other. To abstain from retaliation for offences committed by indi riduals. To provide for the improvement of their , people in agriculture, manufactures, arid other : arts of peace. That no nation, party to this com. pact, shall, without the consent of the whole, sell, cede, or in any manner alienate to the United States :*r>y P'?rt of...

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

.-yy-_.'. ' .?. .-_ ---_!_-rt-^_*M?*>^,5l!**_H_ff5_S^^^ Letters from 5_r_J"ecd.... No. V. Ia_aJ_o>--Rwal. Correspcdeace of _w Albany Ereuin. Journal. Dvblin, July 3. IS. There are no bells to awaken or to suran ?.-ox. to breakfast here, as at our Hotels. Nor you ?tunned by the sharp, piercing din of execrable gon?*;. Bells arc well enough, but i hor gongs, Guests begin to repair to the " C fee Room" about 0 o'clock for breakfast, wh consists generally of a dish of blark tea, dry toi ??ornetimes a boiled egg, and always a newspa This furnishe.-? occupation lor an hour. As ? \ ?up and walking or writing early, a piece of boi -salmon or a porter-house ?teak was placed dj my table, much to the surprise if not to the hoi of my neighoors. .Vor is this the only barbar: ?of which I am guilty. I cannot yet dispe with the knife as one of the appropriate mod?-; carrying food to the mouth, though I ha<! letari from Mrs. Trollqpe, Basil Hall, and Fcnim Cooper, that it was heathenish to ...

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