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

*i?W-YORK TRIBUNE. 5 SJVORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED & EVKRY MORNING, SINOAV EXCEPTKD E f..?a?iTrCiTi Ham..) Nbw-1 oR?, iliff^lSff^^ NINE CENTS ? td&vsf?JZ^em*for thercan pay in advance at the WS^SSSS* ?3 ?t the *me rate Single $t*k fo^;* "V NTS. Mail Suhscnhen S3 per artnnm, &S&t?wt the parr in no case .eontmaed beyondtlie ijtdmc^wu ^ ^ Subscriptions taken for Six StaWrenceallowed on Daily Exchanges with anv other r*1* Terms of Advertising. ... , ,N(,-s; ,.r le,s. (overSiv.) First insertion... 50 Cents. jE> Ly, .. for each subsequent insertion.2j ii for Six insertions, or one wi^ekr.. ? $150 ' " ? forTwRJfTfFiyKinsertions.500 " " r^oa?#r Advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ^ y^ry Large Paper, for the Country, U Pt'W'l-HKO K* KRY SATCKajAV mqkning k lownriceof TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advanc? *2 asisr." RKUC?o??and Fukkbal Notices, note* *^|?yeJines,25 cer" Cfft??X THE TRIB?NE. ?fonfrcnl-Thc WUarv.CS City?Cabs and Cabmen?Stree...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 August 1843

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25. ; FOIL PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF SCfTCCIT. C7"" City Subucribers, who prefer not being called npoi Weekly tor th. ir pay for this pap-r, may pay in advance for ?1: months or a year at the Desk of the publishing office, and the; J?ill have it served promptly and at an early hour. ZjT" The Agent for this p*per at Troy is L. W. WjllaP.h who regularly serves hit customers every evening on the arri val of the ?tearuboat. Hii office i. at No. 230 River street four doers north of the Troy ih/use. (C^Tlie Weekly Tritmnc, for the p.wat ?week may be, obtained at the desk this morning. Price for sinch copies, with or without wrappers, five cuts. This numbei contains two more Irtten from Thurlow Weed, written fion London, and Scribing the lunnel. the 1 hames, th- Tower, Greenwich, the U??k.a.c. k.: Editor?l? on Mr. Wehste? and the Whigs, and ar-. an?wer tJierero by a distinguishes friend of Mr. Websrer; The Law of Libel; The Cont'st o j8-i3, Sec. etc. Foi...

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

faoucKFCL Affray.?A ManJ Killed.? On Saturday afternoon, lictwccn 4 aiid ? o'clock, rno?t disgraceful and brutal fight came off at ?jvrcfi' tavern, in Peebles township, near the ?jsenal, between two men named James Ryan Jjnd Michael or Matthias Sleigh. They had been jo the 'tavern, \hixl did not get drunk,) when some rJijquarrel was revived and talked of; brooming tjo boisterous, the landlord ordered them out. They left for the green, a short distance from the hoose? where they had a regular " set to," in *bich R>'an ;V3S killed. He fell at the second yovr. Three physicians were immediately called, bat could do nothing. The Coroner was soon jjter on the ground, with a Jury, who returned rfjjjat James Ryan came to his death by a blow, o; blows, struck by Michael Sleigh, alias Mat? thias Sleigh, with his list, inflicted on the side of jbeneck and face, and not otherwise." It appears that Ryan was the aggressor, he {taring at every previous opportunity, abused and insulted Sleigh, f...

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

THE TRIBUNE. (Deferred Article*.j Some of the Effects of the Tariff.?The Georgia Journal of the 25th ult. gives the follow, ing notice of the practical effects of the Tariff. Thw plain statement of facts is worth more than a dozen columns of windy speculations and day? dreams of demagogue*: At retail, in this place, tmj good Coffee is selling at ten pounds for one dollar, and SoGAJt tier en pounds fur one dollar.' Not more than eighteen months ago, Coffee "was selling lire, pounds far a dollar, and Sugar six pounds for a dollar.' In the consumption of these two articles, we ask the Loco-Focos wherein does the Whig Ta? riff injure the people? Loaf Sogar, that used to sell in this place at 25 cents a pound, can now be bought at 14 cents a pound! Docs the Tariff prove disadvantageous here ? In the same proportion is the reduction of price on other necessaries. Now, when we com? pare the effects of the Whig Tariff with the ef? fects of the Tariff when Van Buren was Presi? dent, on which...

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

?EW-YORK TRIBUNE. rvvW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ^ evert horning, sunday EXCEPTED, *?!&^?ckr Snb^rflir? for N1 N E CENTS per **SSSwhcn tneT prefer, they can myiu advance at the ? fc'for an months, or * year at the same rate. Single TW'O CENTS. Mail Subscribe!* Si pel annum, ^,n,u*nCf and tbe ?>ai'ef 1,1110 Ci,sf Cuulluapd DtTOnd th a At which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Sit difference allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other l*4**' Terms of Advertising. r JNKS or less, (over Six.) First insertion... 50 Cents. i? for each subsequent insertion.26 " .. ?' for Sis insertions, or one we-k ... $1 50 " ? " for TwKNTv-Fivi: insertions.SOU " jry Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE Very Large Taper, for the Country, It PUBLISHED KVKRY S&TUBDAY MORNIN'J ..{jjtlysv price of TWO DCLLAKSper annum, in advance jfssaiaCKs, RsLlOiovs and FuneBaL NoTicts.nolex d^tix l five liu-s, 2j cents. ^ THE TRIIJUJNE. letters from Mr. Weed_.\'o. ...

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

the tribune. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 26. FOR PHESIDEXT. HjEKRY clay, OF itSTl'CU. C7~ The Agent for thi* paper ,t Troy u L. W. WiLLsao who rejularly serves his customer* every evening on fhe irri Tal of the uteamboat. His office u tl No. 230 River street four doors north of ih* Troy House. (fej- For <moi/ier ccPi'.'aZ Letter from Mr. Wced, se< Firs; Page. Cs?- For additional News Item?, ?e* La*: Pag?. -? Mr. Ca Hi on n on Free Trade. Somebody having circulated in Louisiana a story that Mr. Calhoun was in favor oi real Free Trade, Buch as the ' Free Trade Association ' of this City consistently contends for, one of his ad. rnirera wrote to the Carolinian for a contradiction. His answer is as follows : Fort Hir.l, July 6, 1843. Drsa Sip: 1 was abseilt from home When your letter ar tired, which will explain why it has not Ifeenacknowledged at an earlier period. You are rich: in the opinion which you attribute to on the subject of Free Trade?so far Irom desiring or aiming at subs...

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

~"7e\RY StCO.-GENTLFMEN'S HATS. FASHIONS FOR AUTUMN, 1813. i.fBfnrserit solicitations of many of oar customers from ? tpsrw of the Uuion we ?hall iutroduee this day.at j ^"^ittirooms, tlie beautiful new style of Gentlemen's Hau coming season in order to accommodate them, as also ^men-ns ?tranpers now visiting: the city who may leave *"lB o' to the date (S*-{'t. t) when it has l>eeti our custom /l?'?r resrs to effect the Autumn chance of Fashion. LEA.RV k CO , Hatt? - a. No. 1 and 5 Astor House. Ofl-CIR^'rLAR (>F FASHIONS, containing drawings, j- ffisioniand othei illustrations, will W forwarded by mail those who request it, and w ho address as j>ost j>aid. "jft, York, Aug. Ig. Utr auCC Ot MONEY MARKET. gales at the Stock Exchange* Aug. J45. jOOOV Y5js, '60 ?.. .my 25 do Ohio L St T... 83 JCC N Y 6s, '68 ... .100 i 25 do do.82' 1000 NY 6?,'62.108?4.00 do Harlem.37j MOW Ohio 6s. '60..bl5 ?*2"j 100 do do.blO 37* tftOO do do. flti 4(1 do do.blO 37j V?OOKy6s.97J W ''o do.37j ...

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

THE TRIBUNE. [Deferred Articles.] Gl'ano as a Maxi.ke.?At a late meeting ol the Massachusetts Horticultural Society, as wr learn from the Boston Transcript, one ol the most prominent objects of attraction, was the produce of two seeds of sweet Corn, planted by J. E. Tes chemacber, in the Public Garden, Charles-street, on the 12th of May last, in poor sandy soil. One without any manure; product, one stalk, one ear. weight 1$ pounds. The other, manured with Go ano; product, eight good cars and four or five useless ones; weight, eight pounds. Only two spoonsful of the Guano were used on this Hill. These specimens were taken from a small piece planted with Corn at the same time. Every other hill was manured with Guano, and the ef? fect is the same throughout the whole. (LT This fa.jfiJty.fouT years ago Silas Deanc. formerly Minister to France from the Irntcri States, died at Deal in England. lie was re? called from his office on suspicion of misusing the Public Money, and died abroad in...

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

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. -iy VEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED *"* every morning, sunday excepted, ifddrUvrred to City Subscribers for NISTE CEN 1 Suer -Jk or whfu tht-v jiref.-r. they can pay in advance at the r?k'{or six months, or a year at the same rate. Single TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers S5 it annum, ^idram.e- and the paper iu no ca.se continued beyond the ^ for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Xtadn^erence allowed on Daily Exchange? with any other P**'" Terms of Advertising. TEN LINES or less, (over Six,) First insertion... 50 Cents. m " for each subsequent insertion.25 " ? " for Six insertions, or one week... $150 " * for Tns f.ntv-Five insertions.5 00 " \tj" Lonzsr Advertisements at eonallv favorable r^tes. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE s. Very Larse Paper, for the Country, |S,rUBL!SHRD EVERT SATURDAY MOttMNf. Atthelow pnet oi TWO DOLLARS i>er annum, in advance jUaauGts, RKLir.iowsajid Fv^EKaL Nonets, not ex j(Jdijjj( five lines, 25 cents. f THE TRIBUNE." [Deferred ...

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

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28. pr}R PRESIDENT. HENRI CLAY, ~y City Siibf*ribert, -who prefer not Vi??calledI upon j?c?ly l"r *!>- it pa> for thii paper, ir.ay ;*v i..ad.aucr for ?n ?souths or a year tt the Desk of the. puDhihusir office, aa-i tr.rj Mill have it .en ed prcm >tiy and at au early aoui. Q!~*-F'-T commanica'K.:.? witfe comments on Money Seeking Investment, ' TV Bine/ul Ways of Tra?r,' ' Urwy: lUt Remedy;1 a new Jmga.'ion ?n^?'rve; <u.e ft lot of Newt Itans. tee rfrsl Pace. (gf- For a Poe? 4y Snodgress; The Tariff-^ Strong *'Ja*t. v-i Li-.: I'*,-. JLT Tue Death of Gen. Jackson was reported in this city on Saturday evening, on the strength of an endorsement near Wheeling on a Cincinnati way-bill. It was doubtless a lie made outo: whole cloth. We have pipers one day later from Cincinnati, which say nothing of such an oc currence. New U S. Senator.?Gov. l ord has appoint ed Hon. Jameb Semfle (Loco} of that State a U. S. Sen-a lor pro tern, in place of Ho...

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

C i T V IN T KjLL IGE MCE. Saturday, August 26. Police Office.?Wrongful Accusation.?A terseu named Mr. John De lia MouiaVult, who resides at JCo. 263 Mulberry street, and who it appears is a higtdy re jjiectable man, was arrested on the 20th inst. charged by on, Owen Moore with robbing him, while taking ?heiter undei his swnirig the evening prerions, oi 16 sovereigns, a hat, and held to bail therefor. The matter has been thoroughly, jmestigsted by the Police Magistrates, and not a shadow oi imputation could be discovered that Mr. M. had any know Jedge of the transaction : lie w as therefore honorably acquit? ted. Moore is no doubt partially insane, and it is very doubtful if be lost any thing at the time. As the case wa? published on the morning "f the 21st we make this statvineui lu justice to Mr. P. La Moulayne. Oper. Police Office.?Stealing Liter*. Tcm:?A man named William Wit hers poon was arrested bv officer Alexander Smith, for having stolen ten books, val? ued at $20, from th...

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

I Fcr the New.York Tribune. THE UNKNOWN. BY ACOCSTCS IJTODGRA1S. We feel, at times, within the breast A solemn silence?weary void? A wish?with Something- to bless'd? A treasure rich to be enjoyed, And leaps the Soul to madness grown, To catch the dazzling, bright Unknown ! Yet may we chasten down our Thought, And hopes unworthy may repress; But when the wished is to us brought In dreams of joy and loveliness, Our inborn strength cannot disarm The restless Foe-the hidden charm! If I have dreamed?and wished?and sought, 'Tis that I feel this weary void ; And by its craving overwrought, Would find what yet may be enjoyed? For Life has many ? treasure rare, If we could Jay its ca7crn bare. We start in youth with scrip and staff And seek a fountain filled with Pleasure ; And as wc go we sing and laugh And drearn of gladness without measure. Until through Life our steps have flown, And Pleasure's Fountain is unknown ! And thus have I the march pursued, Yet oft aside despairing turned ; And...

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

per the rflK.VEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, kr IW Nas?ai -st. (xrposiTKCity HallA New-York, And delivered t.< City Subscribers for NINE CENTSp week, or v?h?n they prefer, they can pay in advance at U? Pesk f(,r *,x months, or a year at the same rate. Single copies TWO.CENTS. Mail Subscriber Sj per annum, w advance; and the patter in no ease continued beyond the tune for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six .Mouths No difference allowid on Daily Exchanges with any other Terms of Advertising. TEN LINES or le.*s, (over Six.) Firstinsertion... M Cents. for each *ub?.??(jueiit insertion.Zj " " " for Six insertions, or one week... $1 m " " for TwEWTT-Firx insertions.6W, " rj" Lonxer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Paper, fpr the Country, 13 rTBLlMIVti EVERT S *Tt'EltA Y MnBMVO Atthelow price of TWO DOLLA RS ?er annum, in advance yuauGES, Kn.ic;tovs and FunEHaL Noticks, notes (e?tlDK Iis e ...

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

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29. FOR PR ESIDF.ST. HENRY CLAY, of eentucev. VryCilY Subscribers, who prefer tot being called upoi weekly for their pay for this paper, may pay in advance lor -ix months or a year at the D-sk of the i-ublithiuS office, aau Uvej will hare tt served promptly and at an early hour. The Evening; Trllrane. The publisher* will commence, on Friday, September 1st, the regular issue of an Evening Edition of The Tri *vxx, to be published at Ulf put 2 o'clock, P. M. It will ?oavun, in addition to the matter of the Morning paper, 1. The News received by the Morning Mails; 1. A summary report of the Markets, inclnding Stocks, from riie das's sales up to 1 o'clock, P. M. 3- The Arrivals at our Hotel? for tie- day. We shall not publi.h the List of Arrival, in our Morning Edition, becau?. most of the vis.ter, reach our city in the Morning, and the fact of their coming is old news the nex morning, when many of them have left the city. Beside, w, liave not room fo...

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

LEARY Si CO.?GENTLEMEN'S HATS. FASHIONS FOR AUTUMN, 1843. jUthf urgent solicitations of many of our customers from jiiont part* of the Union, we shall introduce this Dsv.at pariale* rooms, the beautiful new style of Gentlemen's Han fwtbeCOKitPS season in order to accommodate them, as also ike numerous strangers now visiting the city who may leave prior to the dale (Sept. 1) when it has been our custom i?former years to eff-ct the Autumn chance of Fashion. LEARY CO , Hau- rs. No. ? ami 5 Astor House. OarClRCL'LAR OF FASHIONS, cotitaininc drawings, ioensions and other illustrations, will be forward*-.! by mail jOlboM who request it, and who address us i>ost paid, {few York, Auk- 19. ISI3._ au2r. f,t MONEY MARKET. gales at the Stork Exchange, Aug. Kg. 6,000Indiana bond,.h. 10 34r{ v>6 do do.b60 37? 9,000 do do.34 50 do L I Rrd.5il iioOO do do. . .bthw 34 60 do d.521 4,000 Ohio6s.'60. 92 .'>(? do Harlem.37i 0000 do do.912 100 do do.s60 37j 1,000 do do. 91J CO do do.b?O 33 11,00...

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

Fr?r. the Woodbary Constitution. OX THE GRAVE OF D?-KCM-MEE. ORE EX WOOD C E MET ERY. uy b. j. lee dom. THrr 'vc laid thee down to rest, Far from the land which gave thy spirit birth, And the green moand it not of kindred earth Ttiey've heaped upon thy breast. The flowers that spring around thy early tomb Recall not Childhood with their tweet perfume Far from ihr Fathers' gra*e* They 're laid thee in thyrbndal robes, alone' Aud the low breeie that'eoxnes with solemn tone From off the ocean wares Is not the ?ouud that sweep* across ih-r WMV Where thoa wert nurtured, Iowa's free child. The gentle flowers of Spring That ope their petal* to the inn's warm ray , Torn from their native soil, will fide assay, Tn* wild, free hlids which sing Upon the Summer bough, and soar on hi^h. Deprived of Freedom, will but pine and die. So with thy spirit, Do hum-mo-' Thou couldst not liuger where the Pal- Face dwelt; TI.OU Couldst not worship where the White Man km The crowds citv was no place for tii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 August 1843

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. Jrr NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVCRY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, .Tj6fl NA?it-?T.(o?pViiTKCiTY Ham ) Nkw-Yom. if/delttT-? to City Subscriber, for NINE CEN1 S per ???k M when they prefer, they can pay in advance at the TWk'for six month*, or a year at the same rate. Single i?Di? TWO CENTS. Mai! Subscriber $5 per annum, \??drance: ind the pajier in no ease continaed beyond the for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Nodiilereoce allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other 1"**' Terms of Advertising. TEN LINES or less, (over Six,) First insertion... 50 Cents. *,.* " for each subsequent insertion.25 " u ?* for Six insertions, or one week ... $5 50 " ii ?? for TweRTT-Fivk insertimis.5 00 " ey Lonjter Advertisements at eqaallv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ^ Very Large Paper, for the Country, is rCBLISIIED ra r.RV Saturday mousing ? {{below priee of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance Vaxriaoes, RjCLitJiosJsand Fumebai. Notices, not ex teeJuig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 August 1843

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CJLAY, or ?r^TTCKT ?^City Subserib-rs. who prefer not bAig calledapoti weekly for their pay for this paper, may pay la advance form " months or a ye.sr at die Desk of the publishing omee, and bej VI iil b.ve it served promptly and at an early hour. The Evening Tribune. The publisher* will c.-mmenc*. on Friday. Septesnbei l?t, the regular iisue of an Eveiviuc. Editio:? of Tmk Tai sa?. to be published at half part 2 o'clock. P. M- f^yrill contain, in addition to the matter of the Morning papr, I. The New* r-ceived by the Mornin? Miiii; ? 2. A summary report of the Ma??XTS, including Stocks, from the da}'* sales up to 1 o'clock, P. M. 3. The Aaaival.? a: cur Hotels for the daj We shall not publish the List of Arrivals ia our Morning i , EtJition. becsnse moat of the visiters reach cur city in the Moraine, andrtw fact of their coming it old news the c?v morning, when many ofthem havelefr th- cirv Besid-. w? bare not rtK-m f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 August 1843

ilreet ar.d Richmond Country w quote $.r> a 5 12J; Brandy wine I-"'. Rye Floor is quiet at S3 a 3 12' *f..r North River; Meal ~ 75 a 3 87j foi j? raey, 2 ''j" a $.3 fur Brandy vine; hhds. 13 60, I inon. GRAIN.?T-a ? I. ts of Win - have, been :.ik-n to daj - one, ? ear;-" ol 3,500 bushi Is Fredericksburg, sold ai 100c, to be milled at Georgetowu, aud tiie other, 2,000 bushels'XIII iiois, to a cit\ miller, at 09c. Corn U dull, the Iva?tern de? mand U inc light, aJid distillers being unwilling to -five pr enthigh prices The onotation 60c f i North River, 53? for Ohio na Canal. The supply is rncieased. Rye held ?r6-.a6'?c. A lot of 500 bushels was taken in the slip a) Sic, and 62jc w.-k* offered for snint to arrive, delivered. In 0:ts we notice no cliange. They are rato-i dull at 27 a 28 .c. WHISKY*. -A sale of 10o bbls. Sum Prison was made at 24c, whit h is a decline ofjjc. The buyers are shy. Drude? ii Domiual at 1 It-. New-England Rum sells about as fast tu ma.leat 26c, cash, 27c,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 August 1843

THE TRIBUNE. letter from Q,uer>ec?Aspect of the City? ita Walla, Hotel?. ?fcc. Correspondence of Th* Tribune. A Lf.iof Hotel. ] Qctmec, Ancnst 15, l->43. > QOEBEC should be visited, not like an Ameri can city, for its business or beauty, but like the oldest cities of the old world, for its curiosif>? and the memories connected with its name. In many respect* it is said to resemble the old por? tions" of London and Paris. Its streets are very narrow and very crooked; its buildings are all of stone and few of them more than two ptone? in night; in the meaner sections the houses ar-> very low and the roofs very high, resembling somewhat in this particular the old Dutch booses along the Mohawk, although from the pavement to the eaves is rarely more than ten or twelve j feet. There is not. the slightest regularity in the j arrangement of the streets, which cross eich other at all possible angles and twist themselves together very much like those of Boston and still more li...

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