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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 August 1843

flEW-Y?KK TRIBUNE. ?ieVEW.YQRr*. DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED *** EVERY MOaNING, St'NDAV EXCEPTED, - ? v .. .?t /?ppositfCitv Hali-,) Nrw-YoR?, ?fiiS-Sed? C^TubVc'riber, for N1& CENTS ,? *?* ?wwhen they prefer, they can nay in advanc* at the ?a for six month-, or a year at the same rate. Sms.1* 5?* TWO CFA'TS. Mail Suhscnbeis $_ per annum, ! fflinctsand die paper in no case continued b*yond the g^for which it is paid. Subscriptions take., for Su VodiffVrence allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other -**"' Terms of Advertising. WS LINES or less, (over Six,) Firstinsprtion... SO Cents. *? " for each -.ubscqu.-it insertion.20 ' a " for Six insertions,or os,e week... ?1 50 ' - " for Tw F.5TY-Fivr. insertions.5 80 " try* Lonjf-r Advertisemeots at ?-(lusiliv favorable ratea. THE NEW-YOBK \V?EKLY TRIBUNE * Very Large Paper, for th?* Country, is riT.usHv.n evk.ky SATUBDa*r mu.m?ig ..{jjjlowp.-iceol TWO DOLLARS s-erruinum. us advance ?"*?RiA?-r... Ri:Li?siossaiid Funeral NoTicfs.notex Jf??...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 August 1843

_THE TRIBUNE. "^"tij?day"morning, august is ~'Tor presidentT HEKRY CLAY, 07 XF.SVTCCXY. -XT? - - ? - (?f^ Publishers and Editors -who bar. inseited the F pectus of oar.work?, and have not yet received the copi? which they are entitled, are re<iu?ted to inform ui of manner in which ihey wish them forwsrde?L We have ready sent off all that -we knew how to forward. GREELEY & McELRATH, Tribune Building f?p- For a capital letter from Mr. Wj?ED in Lost? descriptive of the Thames Tunnel, ?fc see Last Paie?*. {Z}~ For a Letter from Ike shores of Lake ChampU descriptive of that region, the wild scenery of the .lusa of PlaUsburg, ?fe. see First Page. A Sign from Missouri. We received yesterday from Lexington, M souri, (away up the .Tliesouri River, beyond J fereon, the State Capital,) an order for One IIu drcd Copies of tbc Life and Speeches of Hen Clat, cheap edition, accompanied by the cash. This is the firet order for 100 that we had 1 ceived from so far West, though several orders ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 August 1843

Death on a Railroad.?Mr. Seaman, of Je ^ City, was killed on the Boston and Provident Railroad last Tuesday, in the ?same manner i ??*bich several lives have been lost. He w; standine on the front of a car, when the pin brot ?chich connected it with the car before it. Undi the impulse of the moment, says the Journal i Coraxncrce, Mr. Seaman jumped for the car h fore hiro, but fell, and was instantly crushc beneath the car he had jumped from, which ws gtili running furiously. Every prudent persoi while traveling- on a Railroad, will be carefi always to keep himself within the cars; a pop tion anv where outside is always full of danger P" During a sale of furniture in South Ja street, Baltimore lately, .$100 were stolen froi ?e wardrobe of a man who liad been boardin there. The presumption is that some rcgul.irl practised burglar attended the sale, and availt himself of the confusi?- n which generally prevai on such occasions. MARRIED, Aug. 17, by Rev. Mr. Benedict, John Wanrnaker to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 August 1843

_5555____H?H_________5"^ For the New-YorkTribc SONNET . . . REVERIE. When Care retires, and leaves alone the soul All unmolested by external things ; And, o'er the Spirit, wild imaginings, Of things too lofty for its own control, And airy visions of the bright and fair, Come and retire, e'en with the glance of Thou Up to its highest pitch, the Spirit wrought, Holds converse with the Immaterial there? And though the shades of Evening gather roi No shadows darken now the realm of mind. On Fancy's pinions, free, and u neon fined, Bright tho'tsEoar forth, beyond terrestrial bot Sweet is the spell, which Reverie can impart Though, by a golden chain, it binds the heari Salisbury, Ct. _' E' * Letters from ??r.Wecd.? ..No. X. Correspondence of the Albany Evening Journal. Lo.N-pr.N, July 14, l?i This sgreat Metropolis has been strangely i ii/zned, in regard to its climate, or we have b strangely fortunate in our visit; for insteat the smoke, vapors, fog3 and rains, which we 1 been taught to ...

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

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. -r?v-xXW.YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBL1SHE: ? i rtZtV* MORNING, 8UNDAV EXCEPTED, . ?-- N_.*?it*-*-. ierrosiTKCiTv Hall,) New-York, AtM*___-__3,?*__ ?s'?l. Snh'rnhers for NINE CENTS r. > ?dv-jics? and the paj>*?r in no case c?'iittnaed beyond Uie ?JsJjfoT which it is paid. Subscriptions takesn for Six N^diffcrfJic?* allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other ***3ei' ? Terms of'Advertising. TEN LINES or leas, (over Six,) First insertion... M Cents. .? " for each subsequent inssrtion.25 " ,o u for Six insertions,or one week... $1 50 " -> ?? for Twemtv-Five insertions.5 0. " fry' Longer Advertisements at e?jually favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large l*aper, for the Country, IS FC-BUSHS*. EVERY SATL'RBAJT MOR*<I>-0 Althflow price of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance #_,*.*-iagf.?, llKLKsiovsand Fuheral Notices,not? tfgiing five lines. 25 cents. arrival of tiie steamship Hiliernia. Sixteen DfiyK Later from Europe. The steamship Hibernia, ?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 August 1843

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2L .FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or ac.NTUcav. ?T"*- For a Synopsis of Foreign Intelligence brought b? the Hiberuia, see First Page. {?O4- For a Poem- Clay Song, To the True Whigs Father Matthew and ?Veto Recipes, by Miss Lt*lie, see La? PaX?. >oi| \Ty An answer to our ?article on "Mr. Webstei and tte Whigs" from the pen of an eminent ani d-voted friend of .Mr "Webster, will almost ccr tainly appear to-morn?w. IT An original Letter frora England by the Hiberaia?the first of a aeries by an intelligent and observing young New-Yorker?is crowded out to-day. _ O* The Charleston Mercury, the organ ol CaJhoun Free Trade, has a correspondent at Sar atoga, who writes thus : "There are fewer Southerners here, than have been custo? mary in former years. What is the rea.ou ? Have you found better plac?s of entertainment I or have you grown wise enough to spend yjur ?urplna cash amon? your own people ' If the latter, let me congratulate you upon the acquisiti...

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

Aug. '?.<-.-A fair amount of business has taken place in Utton sine?: Friday, the ?28th ult. Trios remain as previ ^to0,*'1*' ,Th-". ?*3** ***?!*- We*k. h<""-Omprised?boni ?w.wO bale.., of which speculators have taken about 3 200 ?lie?. ?"rofisior.??-American?There is a steady business iloiur-; jj*Xtt ire firmly supported. New Beef continues in coot, ??sod at full prices. Not much new Pork coming for **t?, and s-ery little old now left: prices have again gone 5? Good Bacon would sell. The same remark appl: .s to ??"a*. For Cheese there continues a good demand. In ?wlo-v a decided improvement had taken place. 43s. per **t bad b--*?ii given for Petersburg yellow candle. 150 casks a** New York have brought 42s*. and S? brls very infenoi 3?-* per cwL tis. was reali?ed last week for 80 casks North Acv-ncais of eood quality, and 3.*?.. to 39s. was aaid for ISO ??*? trrv ordinary. W? quote: {???f't?Oui quotations now are No. I Prime, (in bbls of J* ">*) 38s a ?Via; Mess 60s a 60s....

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

For The Tribune. C?a? ?ong...?o tt?e Crue ?HtTJ'?fls. CoxB, here 's a health ! a health to him, The true, and firm of heart, Who, still, when Fortune's smiles grow dim. Acts the same manly part ! Some men there are, both near and far, Who fain would say us nay? But ' true men, like you men,' Will cling to Hexrv Clay. Then pledge to him, whose lofty mind Stoops not to selfish aims? Who ne'er lets party fetters bind, What all his Country claims ! Fit champion he, to guard the Free, And guide them on their way? All ' true men, like you men,' Will honor Henev Clay. Though clouds arc lowering o'er us now, And men, we blush to name, Before foul Treason meanly bow, That Thrift may follow Shame? The servile throng arc doomed ere long. To clear the 'cumbered way, To ' true men, like you men,' And noble Henry Clay. Success to him ! whose long.tried worth, The meed may well deserve ; Who, for the right, stands bravely forth, Nor from his course will swerve? Let heart and voice confirm our choi...

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

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ' EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCKPTr.D, At 16?Njpjsav-st.(oppositeCiTv Ha^Nj^You, And delivered te Cuy Subscribers lor NIKE CEN? S mi tt?k orwben they prefer, they can pay m advance at the n?k'for siv month., or a year at the same rate. Single com? TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers S:- per -mnum, inadvsnc?: and the paper in no cn.se contui led bvy.-n.l the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions token lor ?is. No difference allowed on Daily Exchanges with ?.n y other e"*^ ' Term s o f A d t ?t r 11 a i n ir. TEN LINES or less, (overSit,) Firs'iH.-ertion... 50Cents. .?" " for each subsequent iusvrtiou.26 ' ?? " foi Six in?.?-!lions, or ?.?.*? ww?k .. . $1 50 ?- " for Twkntv-Five insertions..00 " _*-/** Lonxer Advertisements ?t equallv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK W.'.F.KLY TRIBUNE A V'erv Larce Paper, ior the Country, is pt'ni.isurn evert .? iTUBDay morniso Atthelow pnce.ii TWO DOLLARS neraiinum. in advance M_.rri ?.?.?:., RcLiaioosand...

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

THE TRIBUNE. "?S?SD?Y MORNING, AUGUST 22. FOR PRESIDENT, Or XtSTU'-KV fry WauUd, au Axent for thia pa.-er a: Piioviuf-NCE. H L^ on^need apply uulass he leside* aud is afiuaiuted in that city. C?- For a repiy to our strictures on Mr. Wr.n?Tr.K'., position and couru, and an interesting Utter from anew Correspondent in Great Bbitai-?. sec First Page. OjJ- For sererai New* Hems and Miscellanies, set Laa? Pag??- mm _ 4Mr. Webster and the_ Whig?.' We bave placed on our First Page, because we could not make room for it on this, the reply ol an eminent friend of Mr. Webster to our recent article entitled as above. The reader will obligi us by turning over and perusing it carefully, ii hi shall not already have done bo?-then wc will ask his attention to what we have here to offer. All that ' Justice ' says of Mr. Webster's beint; a private citizen, counselor at law, &c. is ven wide of the mark. We have not spoken of Mr Webster the advocate, the host at Franklin o: Marshfield, but of Mr. ...

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

Jamaica-Port Royal-Kingston, ?fc< Corresponden re of The Tribune. ?U. S. Ship Vandalia, Port Royal H-rbor, June 21, 1*143. The Vandalia left the delightful and salubr rtof Chagres?n the 3d inst. under sudden ? pectcd orders from Commodore Dallas proceed to Jamaica. Her passage was of most disagreeable kind, running cither under -ring of a hurricane, or lying still with the w up and down?consequently she was 16 days her passage, arriving here only on the 19th. teems wc have been fortunate in delay, as a ?avs earlier would have placed us in the hear the hurricane. We have reason to apprehen close acquaintance with these terrible affairs ?vehave to cruize about the Caribbean Sea on the Main for more than a month yat before -an start for home. That is, unless we find Ci inodore Junes at Chagrcs on our return there the first proximo, of which there is no probabil Our sailing day for the United States is fixed the first of August, giving us about the W( season of the year to traverse t...

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

TH_E TRIBUNE. [Defrrred Articles-] ?O* The Quebec Mercury stales thai an in? genious mechanic in that city, of the name of LeMoinc, has invented a fire engine, which corn bines great power, with the means of providing against the freezing of th** water during the fx cessive cold of our winter months. The novelty consists in the introduction of a small fumare, which, it is believed, will answer the purpose contemplated by the projector, that of keeping lite water from freezing. ?D' On ?Sunday afternoon last, during the ab. ?ence of Mr. Jacob Behren and family from his jewelry store and dwelling on North-fiav-strect, Balt..'the former was entered and robbed of a considerable amount of property. Two negroes were rob?eqtwntly arrested, on whom most of the stolen goods wa> ??bund. They were cornmitl ? ? -. ?LT Three men were arrested in New Orleans on the 8th inst. upon a charge <;f having robbed the confectionery establishment of Mr. Gowan, on Canal.street, on the night of the 6th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 August 1843

?EW-YORK TRIBUWE. THENE'aV-YOKK DAILY TR1BCNE IS PUBLISH? KVERV MORNING, SUNDAY EXCECTED, AtIC-'Nassa! -ST.(?rPMITB, IV\ 11V1L?)LN;.,.VN?'f.n., And delivered to City Subscriber? i"> NINECENTSj wuek, o: wh. i. th-v pref-r. ibey can nay in advance at ; Desk'for ?ix mouth?, or a vests ?t tti-same rate. Sun copies TWO CENTS. M?.l SuhscribmS?perannui in ?thane?; and the paper in no case cou tinned heyond i tine for w!i?ch il U paid. Subscrij tious t?._.??.u for S Sloiilh"., No difference ailowud on Daily Exchanges as i'.h any oti Hi**- ?. _- . . i e . m -, of Advertising. TEN LINES orleM,(overSix,)Fint?Bsertion...50Cen ?* " for?6?yisubserjuent injurtion,.25 " " " fo; Stx insertions, or ouewaack.. .Si 60 ' ? ?' for Tw2STT*FrvK insertions.ico " jv/* Longer A-ht-rusriiiiit* at eqnallv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Lir;? Paper, for the Country, IS PUBLISHKD ErgHY SATCRDXTMOajfl?lO Atthelow price of TWO DOLLARS perannum. in idvan. MaRKIaCes, Rkliok.cs aud Fv'SEEU.L No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 August 1843

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23. FOR PRESIUEST, HESRY CLAY, of a\K. -t'CKv. Zj~ Wanted, an Agent for this pai^r at l_onDC5CC, R J. No one neid apply unies? Isa itssMes, and '? acquaint?*- is that city. (JTT- For ats interesting Letter.from M*- Wr.ro> wejint P*f;e. GJ- For a notice of Me?. Child'- ' Utters from N-ic York; 'dth a deeply truthful -/'rue', see La*t Page* The Cont.-at of 1*43. Wc arc glad to sec the nature and consequence-? of our Political action this year made the subject of general dissctwsion in the Whig journals, how. ever variant may be the opinions expressed from our own. Most of the Whig journal? m thin StaU have commented on and censured a recent articl? of ours in which quiet and steady rather than violent and boisterous effort this year wan recom? mended. To this we do not object ; but we do object to the mixing up of our suggestions with those o? the Courier and Enquirer, and thus at? tributing to us sentiments we do not hold. The Courier and the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 August 1843

CITY 1 N T ? L L I G F. S C K . Tuesday, Auguit 22. Case of Melinda Hoa?;.?This notorious fe __?le. who-rsw s _teiicf?l to six months imprisonment in the P-siteutiary but brought before th- R-cfliii-r on ? writ ..f lubes? corpus, and application mad?- for c-rtioran to the Supreme Court, ??.a- ye-.te.day remanded, the Recorder d eidis_ that her sentencewas legal, and that she is not enu tlid to the relief asked for. Vice Chancei.i.or's Court.Before Vice Cbsucellor Mct'oer-. pF, ,j.0\3.?Jcsjv Btiv- vs. b. Shumway. . .Osdered. ?h? defendant ex?-cuie an assignment to the receiver, unless j,- can exhibit a disc'uaige in bankruptcy. Elizabeth Ordronaui vs. Henry W. Warner ami John A Tailor. ?? .Petition to compel Mr. Warner to surrender i er? rata par**" which he claiirs to hold in lien for connsel fees. petition d-nit-d. Abbe Salisbury vs. Amos l'aimer and others. . .Ordered (bitcertain r.-nt collected in ad?an?:-- b-- paid over to the re? cetor. Richard J. Smith vs. Dani?! B. Tallmadg._...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 August 1843

THE TRIBUNE. ?lt?etarj Xot?ce. JLtTTia? raoM Nt*--Yo-e* : Bv L- Maiu. Child, Author of ?Th- Mother's B-wk,' 'TheChil-T?Book,' ?Philo th-,' ' Hut/ir*. of Women,' etc- (1 vol. ?2mo Pp 27?. Ne-w-York: C.'S Fnmcis,-2?Broadway. ? . ton : Jam-* Muaroe '"> ' These LctU-rs were originally published in the * National Anti-Slavcry .Standard,' o? which .Mrs. Child wats then Editor?a ci re umstand not fa? vorable to their obtaining that geswral perusal and appreciation which th?-;r merits deserve.? They axe not local, not partisan, in character, but the collected observations of an acuU ly ob. Berving mind, the overflowingsof a deeply human heart. Mr?. Child is in the truest, broadest sens? a Philanthropist, actively sympathizing with all BQ&ring, bring all Humanity, trusting in, labor ing for e\t:ry unselfish effort lor the advancement itna elevation of the Race. She visited all the Prisons, Benevolent Institutions, ?fcc. with in ot around our City, with almost every other locality Wher...

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

?EW-YOKK TRIBUNE. rVEW-YORK ?AILV TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ^ iterv morning, SL'.VDAY EXCEPTED, .4_m? w City Subscriber* lor NINE CENTSi por ?ffaririKn they prefer. they can my in advance at the Vodifi??"* aI!ow?d on D*^y Exchange* with any other f*0, Ttrmi of AdTfrtismg. <rtV LINKS or less, (orer Sit.) First imertion... 50 Onts. ?*?? for ?teil subs?e}u*-ut iD??rtion.25 " ,'. ?? for Six insertion*, or oiu- wtrek ... $1 50 " ? for Twenty-Five insertions.5 06 " i/tagn Advertiiemtsatt at ?jnall v favorable rate?. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ? Very Larsce Paper, for the Country, It ri'blished every S.itu HD ay MORNINfJ ..jjjylowprice of TWO DOL LARS i>er annum, in advance *uAllii.ir.e?, Keli'-.iobs and FcnekaI, Notices, not ex ,^1? riva lines* 25 cents._ *T-HE TRIBUNE. Canadian Corre?j>omlence?J*le aux Itfoix? tfilitary Rexnintgcenccs?St- .Tohns-Iia prairic-Rontc to Montreal, Oic. Corre.spoudim:>- (if The New-York Tribune. Exchange Co/tee ?ovsk, t Montreal, August 12. isi3.< I...

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

THE TRIBUNE^ Thursday morning, august 24. FOR PRESIDENT^ HEKRY CJLAY, OF ?KKTX'C?T. Cg- The agent for the Tribune at Saratoga Spring! and Laniingburg in Alfred Lewi*. His office at Saratoga i* opposite th? U- Slate* Hotel. . The Law of Libel* We have ever dissented from the suggestion oi a change in the Law of Libel by our Legislature, convinccd-that all which could be desired by the stanchest advocate of the Liberty of the Press ui the due interpretation and correct administration of the Law as it is?of the well settled Common taw, as it has come down to us unaffected by the passions of the hour. We pretend to no profound acquaintance with legal authorities or with Law as a science, but we do claim to read what if written in plain English with a tolerable perccp tien of its import, and we cannot be mistaken in our conviction that the Law of Libel as adminis? tered by the most eminent English Judges is very different from the same law as expounded and en? forced by our New-York Circ...

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

Atlantic and Pacific Canal. The contract entered into by the Barings, of Jjondon, with the Republic of New Granada, for the construction of a ship canal across the isth? mus of Darien, provides for ceding to the. Com? pany the line for the projected work, with eighty thousand acres of land ou the two banks, and four hundred thousand acres in the interior. These princely merchants do not appear in this transac. lion as tho agents of the British Government of? ficially; but they arc British subjects protected by the Government, and doubtless many impor? tant advantages will be secured to Great "Britain, both political and commercial, by the completion of the vast work here projected. The tune has been when the construction of this Atlantic and Pacific Canal?a work of world? wide concernment?was in our own hands if we had chosen to take up the matter. Other nations on the other side of the water held back as though it were expected that our Government would ex- i . cute an enterprise t...

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

AFFECTION. by w. h. longpeixow. What I most prize is Woman I? her Affection?not her Intellect. Compare me with the great men of the earth? "What am 11 Why, a pigray among giants' But if thou lovest?mark me, I say lovest? The greatest of thy sex excels tbec not! The world of the Affections is thy world? Not that of Man's Ambition. In that stillness Which most becomes a Woman?cairn and holy? Thou sittC8t by the fireside of the Heart, Feeding its flame. The element of fire Is pure. It cannot change its nature ; But burns as brightly in a gipsy camp As in a palace hall. The Catuklll MonnUln?. The New Mirror has a graceful and glowing description of the scenery of the CatskUl, from lhe pen of Mrs. E. F. Eixjet. We copy so much of it as will be new to the readers of a recent letter in this paper: Visiters at Catskill Mountain do not usually give themselves time to see even what they do sec to the best advantage. Many of them re main but a single day; paying only a hurried -visit to the Fa...

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