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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 August 1843

ne^yoIk tribune. i^VEW-TOKK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ^^OTRV MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTES, A? O.t Subscr.r-r< for NINE , CEN 1 S Wi ?^J?TSrVn thev prefer, they can nay in advance at the Vi'irr ?x monuu,orayw -> the same ratA Single De* 'fi?wn CE?NTS. Mail SuUcribers $5 n ? annum, ^j?.^re- ard the HPer in no case continued bvyoml the ?7fo? which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six difference allowed on Daily Exchanges w ith any other P1*1' Terms of Advertisinj. <fV LINKS orle-M,(r>v,*rSix,)Firsriinertion.. .50Cents. !*?? ?'? foraachsubsequent insertion.2j ? >? for Six insertions, or one jweeJt.. .$150 m " forTwestv-Five insertions.6 09 " ff LowarAdvertisemftils -t equallv favorable rate?. THE TRIBUNE. ?JLfttri's from Hutope.No. XIV. Foreign Correspondence of The Tribune. ASCENT OF VESUVIUS. fCoocludcd.] Naples, March, Is ?;i Wc next descended into the crater, and how erer slight a thing one may deem it in ordinary times, it was ;i grave matter for mo. Both hands and f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 August 1843

? * ?? - ..p. Kf?rf***BKMa?-*?"~ Ta Tkiti TRIBU?E. MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 14. POR PHESIl Kirr. HENRY CLAY, of sv.vTCcar. C7" Wanted', an Agon? for this paper at Providence. L No one ne?d apply unless he resides and is acquainted tnat city. {5}*- For the ca nclosionof the ?.flacen/ of Vesuvius, (F ei?n Letter} ? bridi' Architect, ar.c! an iot-^restin?; L?f fro? on board the C S. ship Vandalia, see Fir?t Page. {?7- For another of Mr. WetoV% Vetters (VIH;) see L Pag' The Trf.itmp? in Tennessee. Not since 1840 have we had occasion to co grat?late the Whig party on a victory k> iinpoi ant and so gratifyinp; as "that achieved by 01 gallant brethren of Tennessee. ?t i? not mere] that the political character ofan influential Stal its Executive, its Legislature, its Delegation i Congress, including both its Senators,hung trou bli/if in the balance, while on those .Senators di pended tiie ascendancy in the Senate. All this much ; yet the moral influence of this victory : more valuable than...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 August 1843

Upper Police Office.?Stealing Mo> to? a StoM ? A man named John Claik, iron worl 0f No. 70 Division street, where Ii?' has a wife and child: ysti arreiled on a charge of baring, hot eveniug, stolen ??silver and a r.tinib:-r of promissory notes and memora cfralue, f.om tin? desk "I* Mr- Nathaniel Boyd, inerrh' 532 Grand ?.tr?1.-',, while Mr. B,>\<! was in another part of itore ?ri?nga receipt for $17 he bad ??aid the accuse?! The latter was committed t.> answer. Coroner's Office.?Sudden Death.?T Coroner h?ld an inquest last night at No. 249 M nib? greet, on the body of Mrs. Ann Cummins, a native of ! .?tT> aged 28 yearsj who wns sud.lenh attacked with a fit Th'ur^dav evei.inj;. and died last evening, G ./clock. \ diet, death by apoplexy. A M*>" Drowned.?The Coroner held an inquest to-< at.be foot of 9th street, East River, ou the buiiy .,f an known mai.":-' was found in i.ie water near th.- abi . pl*c, floating under a staging. !!>- face was ?one, and ' bod?; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 August 1843

. .? ? ?d ? im ?su iminii i. .i im ri i Leiters from Ar. Weed-Xo. VJ?. Corresp'>ridenc^ of the Albany Evening Journal Lo.xdo?, July 8. 1343 This is London ! And here I am in the World' great, busy, bustling Babel I And though it i jess than an hour since the "Buss" dropped u at "mine Inn," I.have already threaded Flee street and Cheap-bide, walked up Lud?ate Hill round St. Paul's, and stood upon Black friar's Bridge, viewing the river Thames, with all th< wonder and admiration that had been excited bj Nursery Tales, Travelers and Book?, for nearly 40 years. With this foretaste of objects which 1 already fee' will awaken much enthusiasm, f re? turned tu mv lodgings content to look at other lions more leisurely. In the mean time let me glance back upon our " presto.be-gone '' jaunt from Liverpool, which place we left at a quarter past 6 o'clock this morning. Our party (six in number) filled one apart? ment. The* curs, in the form of coaches, are very commodiouB. Each passenger (...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 August 1843

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. THENEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING. SU?CDA? BXCEPTED, At 16" N.o.Ai -st. forroiTTRCm? Ha; -l.) N ew-1?on?. And delivereii t.. City Subscriben fot NINE CENTS pa ^Jl ?when they prefer, they can nay in advance at the rvTk'for MX montru,orayeai u the same rate. Single pames TWO- CENTS. MhiI Suliscnbets io Mr annum, ?n advance: and the papej in no case continaed bsyonil Ule time for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken lor Six No difference allowed on Daily Exchances with any other W*' Terms of Advertising. TEN LINES or 1er.?, (ovorSix.) KirstiHsc-rtion... 50 Octs. .V* " for each sabs?fqueut insertion.2i " h " for Six tiii'-rtmn?, or 0!,e tr>^-k .. . SI 30 ?? " for TwkntvFivi; insertions.5 no " v~f Linter Advertisements ;?t ?><jti?ill v favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Lari;?' Paper, for the Country, IS FCBI.IM-IVD KW.HV SATURDAY MOk.M.Nf, Atthr'.o?.?,' price .it TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance 5f_4jiRUOES, Religi?s? and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 August 1843

i ,. ?sa r?tr.-xniw?'-r.'Vfrtrsr. :i ,?^ A??IBLlNE. ~ TUESDAY MORNING," AUGUST l?. FOU PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY? OK HEitTUCXT. To Aorr.RTMLus.?The circulation of the Weeju TBiKt.tr. iu the Western ?.??t of th? State of New Yot the Sates-..f Ohio, Indiana, Michigan ar.d Illinois, we b liiivei? not exceeded by that of a?\ othei paper printed tlie United Stares. Ills therefore a most desirable and a f antageous medium for alvertisinj,. A limited number aidvertisements only inserted. Terms 6 cents per line f the fitit insertion. Advertisements must Le handed iu 1 Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock. f?J- For a Foreign Leitet?Begging and "Beggars?S XV, and an article on Social Science, see First Ki?-, (?f- For a Poem?' Hallowed hr Thy Xante '?Xort Eastern Boundary, ?1 New Invention, 8a:., s^e Last ?*$? ?as??? . . ? Repudiation ami Bunkruptcy. The Albany Atlas, with the real instinct o of the Barn-burning school to which it belongs comes promptly to tlie aid of its Mississippi bre thrrn, in their...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 August 1843

CITY AfJ A IR5 ? MoNDAV, AllgUst 14 Board of Aldermen?Stated Meeting. j^Prtiident being absent, Aid. HATFIEL? was call M the Chair. Jhr minutes of the last meeting were read and approve? Petitions Presented and Referred.--Of the fishermen rvhariae Market, fo? the introduction of the Crot?n wat o? Stephen Van N'ostrand, Clerk of Catharine Market, I ?Waseofttlary. Of J- B Helsnei'to allow ihe Baptist 5 cietv of Harlem the ?se of the Court Room m 126th ?irei ror'ihe purposes of Divine worship: leave granted. Of t Captains mid Assistants ofthe Second Watch Districts, a? ?wrforan additional watch-post in 13th-street, in the vicii ?7?jfMsJ$in-street. (A debate ensued respectingthe wan: ??H gentirally, they all being too large to render the duti ofthe watchmen eil.-etive.) Of Henry M. Sherman, fer batcher's license. T-> have the carriage-way in 21st-strei between Broadway and Ttl? avenue, regulated. f??p<nti?Oi tlie Counsel of tlie Corporation, relative the peii'i;in of John Bowl for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 August 1843

' HALLOWED BE THY NAME-' BV MM? ?? C. TDC AKT ??>?. Hallowed,?v, ballow??d! ?.. talone in prayer, Bit in our ?ja.lv thonghts and duly spetsch ; At alia." and at beaith-stone?everj v.her? That temphi-priesu 01 home-ap sues preach. Oh not bv werds alone, hut by our d?-?-d*, And l>\ our faith, and hope, a.'id spirit's flam?, A:.?! by the nature of '.ur private creeds. Wv hallow best, and glorifj Thy Name. NaMire doth hallcw it. In -v-r, star, An'J every- flr>vv?>r, and leaf, and l-spintt wave, She praises Th-?, who, from Thy realm -if-r, Sn'~h stores of beauty to t.vs f'-ir earth pavr. But ihese alone should not thj lore proclaim? [Name" Our hcaru, our souls respond?' ???? haltovtd be thy Shirley Village, Mass. 'L?t?e-.' Repository. The North East Bouxdaat.?A correspond? ent of the l?an^or Courier ^ives the following in? formation respecting the proceedings of the Corn miasioners on the frontier : The six Commissioners appointed by the re? spective Legislatures of Massachus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 August 1843

gf^nrsrrrWBKggaaga NEW-YORK TRIB?NE. TKENEW-YOKK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEItT?D, AT?t?B'N*s?s.t'-sT.(orr'osiTiCiTv Ham.,1 Npw-YoR?t, Aad delivered t.? City Subscribers foi NINE CENTSPpa vr?ek, or v.l,.:i the-, prefer, the) can pay m advance -it rdn Desk for ?it months, or a year >t thesame rale. Single copies TWO-CENTS. Mail Subscriben $5 per annum, jn tdrancr; and the jiaper iu no ct?se contlnaed beyond the time At which U is |>aid. Suhicrij-tioiis taken for Six Month?;. Nodin>n?nceaIIowtd on Daily Et Chang? with any other r ' TermsofAdvertising. T?N LINES or less, (over 5lx, ) First insertion... 5? t -nts. " ?' for each suhs??)ueiit iu?surtinti.25 " " ? " for Six insertions, or one week.. .SI 50 " " " for Tuintv-Kivv. insertions..'? fill " jr/7" Longer Advertiserm nti at enuallv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Lirce Taper, fot the Country, IS PCBLISHKTJ KVEJtV ? A1 r I. P A Y Mot:MNi; At'thelow price of TWO 1>0L LA i:??-....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 August 1843

- jj.-s-u-sirnu-'r I - rr.r.y. Tiii?,. TltlBUNE. WEDNES DAY MORNING, AUGUST FOR PhF.tlDF.ST, HENRY CLAY, or ??:srrcit. To Aos-tKTisKRs.?The circulation of the Wexi Trjp.'o-rr. in the Western pa?t of lb? State of New f< the States cf Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and Illinois, we lieve ii not exceeded by that of any other paper ?irin'-'l rhe United States. Ir'is thereforf 'a most desirable and ranUgeous medium for adrertismc- A limited number ndvertisetsentsonly ?nKit-d. Terms t? eeiiis j*>r line, tie? first ii,-rtion.'Advertisemects mi?st be banded in Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock. 0??- For a Foreign Letter? Mr. Weeds s-rins?see Fi Pige. ?Q?? For a Poem by Mrs. L. H. Sfgounwy, and Life the New Fork Canals, sec- Last Page. --.?c-.-.^ ? CoiiKtHution.il Chnii?c?. Wc notice that a portion of the active Lot: foco politicians of our State arc very busily ai earnestly engaged in forwarding the project of r vising our State Constitution, the object of whic movement, so far as we understand...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 August 1843

CITY LN TELL l?KNCE. Tuesday*, A'isujt 11 Coi'RT of Sessions.?Before the Record? M??Jd?rinen Clayton anil Lr.t. . .Jona? II. Philli? Acting D??? Attorney. <r'ne Grand Jur)' Cime ,llt0 Court with 3 number of bil ? i presentment, and were dismissed with the thanks a* Coart?haviug in their short session ?f six days foui ?i ?,??1?, and ignored 13 complaints, more than were ev . ????hio the ?me short period. Among the indit tut? i? ou<? against ???' Bergen. J. G. Hamilou tnd Hi cha Snttoc for conspiracy to defraud. PRESENTMENT. TV Grand Inqnest would farther present to the. Coort il vfimou* a?)?T fraudulent practices of certain persons co a#ctid with this Court as Attorney?, who appear, from ev ?mee before us, to bo in the lubit of imposing themselves e j^rtOti* under arrest as counsel without th* capacity < [noV'ledee which would qualify them for the proper di ?arzt of their duties, r?-,-.d then By engaging in cpmpoundii ?"tlonies. fl.-fcins their client?. and Other disreputabl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 August 1843

._-. . tsaCSC -. . : . .. From the Brother Jonathan. ON THE FALLING OF BLOSSOMS FROM FRUIT TREES. B1 MBS. t. ;:. ir:--?--.-.: ?. The world doth lead ns captive ?so oui ihoogi l Ar?* not iu i\ ninth- with ?'.,* sad heart Of the sweet bioftsorns as they fall to earth. The Apple mourneth for her per.shed wreath, And the young Almond rmk.-'i the sra.?s-mouud white XVitii K-r !o->t wealth. Leani ig against her prop, Th* Peach Urnentexh o'er h?-r pallid bab-<, ;)?-;.?; ..t 1..-1 f-, t. I. ifl up your ?"!<?.-, ye bi d .' From pour C'^-l in-.Ts, or on the soaring ti ' A.id ? on.' .trhem. Tell of the time of fruit,? When tro; brief season sliall be turned t.. j ?? Sing of the Master's gladness, when he coma To -jatiierin hi? treasures. Bid them bi la cheerful Hope, the d&rkness of this h ur And lend their iri^ranr.- ?? :;,.- .- crate .- ? Since <i ''. .-? 'member -v. them, ?;. -i will restore Beauty for a-.li--.. Hitther lift yoor ??? . ? ' it el? of Heaven! endask the strick...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 August 1843

IV?W-YOllK TRIBUNE. -?ENW-YOIU. DAILY TRIBUNE IS t?UBLISH?D 1 BVCftT KOUSLSQ, SINIUV EXCEPTED. At l?e Nas.si -st. (?iron*City ^V^v%^-r?KJ aiiMirered to City Subscribers fot NIKE,Lr.M S per *?_,_tit* h.-n thev prefer, they can nay in advance at the ftS'lbi MX month.. 01 a year ?l Uu. roe state. Single MtM?s TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribeis Si per annum, ?r ?rivalice: and the pa|>er in 110 ca_e coiitinaed Uyond the ?me for winch it is t><ud. Subscripiious ukea for Sn Vedifferen?* allowed on Daily Exchanges with <iuy other F1*1' T e r m s of Advertising. TEN LINES or les?, (overSlX,) Kirstinsertion... f>0 CeUtt. ,.* " foreacnsubiv?K]uent insertion.25 ? -' for Six insertions, or one week.. .$150 ' n " for Twenty-Five insertions.5 09 " ty Loisxer Ad\er?i?iii":il* atequallv favorable raies. THL NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very L*rs:e Paper, fot the Country, i? rrin.i>Hv.ii every ?iti'.ih? muknino Atthelow price of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance _J_._sa.AGES. RELiGiocsand Fs-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 August 1843

I mBBSSSS?SS?SSSSSSL^SBSLW? THE TRIB?NE. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST V FOIl PRESIDENT, IIEKRY CLAY, m a?:??Tt;c?iT. {?*- Ti.e ?gent for U Tribune a: Saratoga Springt and Lansingbuxg is Alfred Lewis. His office at Sar^top is opposite the V- States Hotel. 0?*- For a Letter from Saratoga?.1 Description oj th> Washington Monument, with ?n engraving, se? First Pa?*. {Zf~ V\>r Life on the New-York Canals, (concluded,) S1?* Ll-t IX-." 'Utmry: Tlic Kvll and the Remedy.* Such ?the tule of a powerful essay which has recently been published in this city in a cheap. newspaper form, cesigned for general circulation. The intent of the author evidently is to probe the ?vU to the bottom, and not \? rest in mere grum Hing at it, but devise and suggest adequate means for its removal. He condemns usury or excess? ive interest, yet proposes no penalties, advocates no repressive legislation. On the contrary, he urge? the adoption of measures which he ?udnfcs -xviJI abolish Usury by abolishing the opp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 August 1843

CITY INTELLIGENCE Wsdsv-Csdat, August 16. Police Office.?As Mr. Jenyns C. Battersby, r "7 Chamber? ????*ti wa* ,!ist "'Snt ,0 lhe BoB,,t)' The** tsi* p?xAet-tK)Ok, containing valuable papers only,-was j rf(l_i his pocket by a man named Thomas II. nry. .. . VC John J> Mi?Al ?'"*, of ?i'* Walker <.tre*-t, having keen the l,ft commuted, informed Mr. Battersby, aad Henry was wjarion iostantly ?irrest?-?! and lodged 111 th*- watch-house. ?_-.*' be w" complain**! of and - ..t to prison for trial. .A boy named John Thompson was arrested to-day by ?s. clerk of the ?tore of Henry r rankmeyer, comer of Mou __j Walker street, for attempting tr> r,?b the money-drawer, ._ tri? lodged m prison. H?.-lia-been brought up before fcriioilar offences, but suffered to escape w. promise ol ?Hgiec?. into the country . Coroner's Office.?Inquest on the Body of .gt Mc-tDEBED M__*<.?The Coroner held an inquest in .j,. Court of Sessions chamber to*day, on the body of Wil ??.mCulleu,* native of Phil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 August 1843

^ntsnttsmeastssmKsmsmHsmiitttmsmmsimHsswtisiwsssmitsssmtKMas For The Tribun?. LIFE ON THE NEW-YORK CANALS EXTRACT FROM A BOATMAN'?. LOG BOOK. [Ctmclttded.] October 23d.?Put up this ni^ht in Ro Swamp, a sort of pontine marsh, at aplace <-;-.! Ranley's Basin, 4 miles west of Rome. H the alluviaii hills aro hut little elevated ab? ? the morass. The geologist might despair in t absence of all rock, but the botanist will here fi a redundant vegetable creation to employ his bora; among the trees the Ulmus Aquati Pinus Canadensis, and Ascer Rubrura aboun the surface of the earth is but gently rolling w a continual occurrence of impracticable slougl the soil black with vegetable matter, the st 6oi!, generally a gravelly loam. German Im? grants are making some g'Xid improvements a: vegetable gardens along the bunks of the canal tins swamp ; they cannot chop down the timh as fast as the Yankees, but they do it with greal neatness ; they sell every stick of the wood, dit and drain the clear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 August 1843

^^-YORK TRIBUNE. J? ?TrW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED 105 ^VKR? MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, ' J\i .,,.,, fi>e?>oaiTE City Hall,) New-Yor?, ^vArc?yTub^^^^^ for NLVE CENTS per ^fo?uVv prefer, they can pay in advance at th ?t far six month-., ot a year at the same rate. biiiRle ?2 TWO CENTS. Mail Subscriber* $5 P,-r annum, r!5"*niB?#' and the paj*?r in no case contiuaed beyond the * ibr which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six So?fTereace allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other r***r' Terms of Advertising. ?rV LINES or less, (over ?ix.) First insertion... 50 Cents. -* " for each subsequent insertion.25 ' ? " foi Six insertions,or o-.e w?*ck... $1 50 " ? " for Twemtv-Five insertions.5 80 ,4 ?-*-? Loruter Advertisements at eajnallv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very L?rice Paper, for the Country, lirl'BLtSHKD ?VKKV ".A TU un A* .MORMNG ..AtJoif price of TWO DOLLARS ??er annum, in advance WstaCEs, Rr-LtGiovsand Fu ?je rai. Notices, not ex ???Eg five unes. ?5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 August 1843

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or ???.?-Tr.c-.r. QtT- Publishers and Editor? who have ins-rted the Pro? ??ectns of our works, and have not yet received the copies t< which they are entitled, are requested to inform us of thi manner in which ihey wish them forwarded. We have al ready sent off all tha? we knew how to forward. GREELEY 8c McELRATH, Tribune Buildings. st)C?- The lovers of CaRltiv. will find an extract from hi latest published essay (in the Foreign Quarterly) on our La Page. We thiuk they cannot help liking it. CQr- For an acccmut of the ! Morehonse Union,' Chlorid? as a disinfecting agent, ate. see First Page. Mr. Webster and tiae Whlgi. Regarding Mr. Webster's great talents and past services as we do, we have taken no plea sure in condemning the errors of his more recent career, and have generally refrained from speak ji.tr of him except when called to resist and repel some very palpable demonstration of hostility to the principles...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 August 1843

-^T^Farmers? Cln??-?mportant In? st.*'' formation to Farmers. (At the Meetin? August 15th.] j A. Sidkll inquired how the Isabella -rtuid flourish here with short stocks for <??* jj-ey are cultivated in wine producing ^"s* Steve**'*' stated that various and cxtcn Ig-?inients had b??en made with Foreign - ?j-l with a view to tlicir cultivation here for ^j-jfiicture of wine, which had entirely -, Mr? S; 8a^t- **iere *s not a H?*aPc or ^ru,t ?e-a?*--' *?t*1'9 couni-ry ^,at contains saccha* ^rtO-tg*110 Pro(-ucc liquor of any kind, ^p-e. / 0. Ckocles stated that in England . ?jjjtiTste grapes by having the root in a hot ,_--. s*5^ tne Dranches ?? through a hole in the \ ia(j bear the grapes out of doors. Mr. C. ?-. jtsted that in the South of France they use ,?-- shaving-* with charcoal applied to the roots ??Ii-vine as a remedy for the mildew, which liad Cjj very successfui?also for Gooseberies. '?j-. S. A. Halsev, of Astoria, L. I. presented ?themeeting one dozen stems of the Victori...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 August 1843

FREEDOM. F.1E? D i? i* se?f-control. K> i*, not Free "Who look? abroad for guidance* ; or who find. la pariv, creed, or sect, in king's decree. Or mob's'vsclain*. if?? rule of Rirjit that binds Hi* tivoi'it"- sud feelin;*?. Freerjoin dwells in mini To Virtue disciplined ; where j-tui... of Right, Our own, and not another's, is cur jruide ; Where self-respect and scorn of wrong unite, And Tru?h and Justice in oor h<?a.'t:. p:e?id*. ToFre?=d'?m thn* inbred, if law txcord Freedom of action, we are Free indetd ; Bn. Wrou2? is tjrannv?by one d-creed Or many?"Wrong, not less to be abhorr.d, Though thousands iraia, if "ue unjustly bleed. PittsbUrg Aurora.] Plcm Carlylc Touches. The last Foreign Quarterly Review ?zonta characteristic paper by Thomas Carlyle o. Life and Character of Dr. Francia (latel; ceased,) for twenty years Dictator of Parag in the heart of South America. We clip ire the following passages? : " Pity," exclaims Sauertei-: once more, " tr nation cannot reform itself,...

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