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

No difference allowed on Da'ly Exchanges vsith any o*.h-r W' Ttdh of Advertising. TF.V LINES 61 less, (overSix,) Firstins srtion... SO On is. ?? (breach subsequent insert i.2'i " h " for Sis insertions.or oiicyveek;. . $150 " h " for Twenty-Five insertions.Mi8 " ?7* Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Paper, lor the Country, 11 rUBLISHED every ? \TV kl<A V mobnixg strbe'iow price of T WO DOLL ARS pei annum, in advance jliKBiAi.i.*, RcLiaiovsand Fwisehax Notices,notes QtJwX five Ices, cents. ^JT11 T it 115 UNE. Parade on tlie Esplanade?City Gales ? Rjd?? to the Pinirix of AbraJisu?t-Spo< where Vlo?f?- died?ReiiUi?*cence*j of the Capture of Quebec in 1759? ?&c. Correspoude ice ol The Tribune. Albion Hotel, t [Concluded ] QuEftCCj Angus' 15, 1843. \ While wailing breakfast, 1 walked down to the Palace Gate. Near it, on tlie left, is the Ars.-, nal. in which arc arranged an immense number of stands of arms. On the right is...

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

THE TRIBIJ.NE. THURSDAY M< IRNING, AUGUST 31. FOB president, &TJMRY CLAY, or KBfTTDCsr. XT* City Suirscish-;?. who prefer not ie-inj called Ui-os. week I v f...- tie ir {<a> lor this W?-r, tamj ;-ay fc.*.i. wee f ?: r:> mouths, or ? year at th* Desk ol the putdishi&g ome>, and trie} wijj l.i>? it served prcm^iy and *^ r*r'.y r.our. Tlie evening Tribune. The pur>li?b-r* will coaiuvac*. < n Friday, Sepr-mi*-; 1?t. th* r-guiar issu* >f an Enjjrntc- Edition of Tut Tkj ?vse, to be published at half put 2 o'clock, P M- It eon tun, in addition to the matter oflbe Moisdag p?r^r I The Ni?i received bj the Mowing Mails; ?J. A summary report of th* M*a?.r.t?. including Stocks fiora th*d.w wf>?? 1 o'clock, P. M. J, The A??ital- our Hot>!? for the day V/? shall not publish the List of Arrivals in our M irninjf Ed.(ion, aecaase m-st of to* riaitexs reaeh oar city in th* Mc.-.tinr. snd !?* iic of 'h-ir coming ii old the r.?r ra-'iniirr. when man] of them ba...

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

'v^WmicHT's Indian Vsckt%bi.? PtLLs.?It should be ,1... Wright's Indian \ pgetahle Pi !s are certain ^Wain rl.l So!., Op; r-s. V." v,l S,.kn.-v w* r apt-etite < lostiveuess, a yellow tinjte ol the Skin and r^*??n.lVirrv other lymi torn v.f Liver Complaint, because ' ,r(,,n t|,e !-h1v tho?-corrupt and stagnant h'; s^S^whendenositeilupon the Liver, are the cause ofth< s^nanaerous complaint. uies arealsoa certain prevent ? IJasowexj and sudden death, because they carrj off th< ? lT \tl which. < ?bstructing the circulation, are the caase ol a ^?0VVirmination..r Mood to the he?d-.-.ddn. .?,. ? iicoa turning?udd< nly round?bl indue-. *?drowsiness? lo*? jmS?ty-~inflammation on the brain?insanity, and every iiafcotd*" of the mind. Pssrarc oftCounU rfeili.?The public ar? cautioned against iZ~mv ?| iTrioui medicines, which, in order to deceive, at in outward appearance, close!v to resemble the above "t&rful Ml*. 'i ihoold be letnembered, all genuine medicine hns \\ right's ...

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

Letters from Mr. Weed .... No. XIII. Cort"?po??""nc- of tli- Albany Evruiug Journal Lokdo^i, J' lt 21^ 15 43. S-and myself have dined with Dr. Samuel Johnson ! Are you incredulous ? Then let me ex? plain. We dined at the " Dr. Samuel Johnson Tavern,"' a Steak and Chop House, in " Bolt Ourt," where the great English scholar and moralist lived. In entering the threshold, passed ?j many hundred times by the Author of Rasse? las, emotions of reverence and awe came over me which the presence or personification of gen:u=. virtue or piety only; can inspire. Would that these walls could imp-irt to visitors some portion of the etherial spirit with which their former illus? trious occupant was so deeply imbued. When Dr. Johnson came to London be took up his residence in a Court which stflJ bears his nar/ir-; but he soon removed to the house I refer tp in " Holt Court/' where he resided many years, and where so many of his achievements in Let? ters and Literature were accomplished. These Court...

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

1?-Y?RK TRIBUNE. i^VvV-VOKK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ev E KY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, ,^v...ii,.?t fori iiiTE< iTV-II?t,tJ New-Yorx, V2Sft?ed"? v Subscribers foi NINE ( ENTS ; n n^k for -;t months, or a year at the mt;nti. Single V** %tvo CENTS. Mail Subscribers,S5 perannain, ?L. uid th ? ; apei in no c tse continued beyond to. pale for.?W ? ? i""J- Subscriptions taken tor Six NodiuVreneeallowed on Daily Exchange? with any other Vs1*1- Terms of Advertising. TEN LINES orless,(overSix,) Firstinsertaon... ?Cents. *5*. for each subsequent insertion.2:> ? <l for Six iusertions, or oue week... $150 m " for Twentv-Fivk insertions.5 00 " rjy3* Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rater. THE NEW-YORKTVEEKLY TRIB?NE ^ Very Large Taper, for trie Country, ii published everv saturday MORNING nrJselowpriceoi TWO DOLLA RS:>?-r annum, in advance jtARRiAfiEs, Religio**, and Funeral Notickb, notes e^MnCfiV"hii-s/j..ee.,ts. ~"~THE TRIBUNE. Tiic Consociate Family Life. Communicated...

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

THE TRI B UN JE. _ n?~da y"a?RN?ON, SEPTEMBER L FOR PRESIDENT, flENKY CLAY, CK XKSTl'CSr. r>'7>*Citv Subscribers, who Dreier not b-iui: called upon weeklv f>r'th. if jay for this 1 af-r.inav ;-?} mailt^nc- for i-.i months or a year At ihr l>~?k of the publishing oflice, and they will have it served j^ompdy^dat <ui early hour. fTr- General Committee of Democratic WaUjT VomiK Men.?A n-gular rr.?et:ngof th?- Coin mirtrewill l-e lasld at th.- Broadway House, on FRIDAY >'YENIN'G. the 1st of September, at 7t o'clock. B" order, ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. CHARixs K. Taylor. \ secretaries. ??? ,' ...vi s B. Swai5, > _ au31 THE EVENING TRIBUNE. Thia Day at half pa?t ii o'clock* The publishers will commence, This Day, September 1st, the regular issut- of an EvEJtnvo Klition of The Tri BCXE, to be published at half joit 2 o'clock, F. M. It w ill contain, in addition to the matter of the .Morning paper, 1. The News received by the Morning Mails 2. A summary report of the M...

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

TijBlTALS AT THE HOT EX S On Friday Mornijig, Sept. I. AMERICAN HOTEL. D/^frt? Win Wilton, 'r, Baltimore gCtter. Bo*k? {I Ii Stocker, Havana ?VTorter CO j . , s , M, r. phlU1 IVl^TiV It R Smith, t>hilad ijReyool'.*. ? ? , w, bb & aanchter, Richm'd p>5-0utv.!T'? do l' F?*rc*, Washington ^Sa ni Bloominsdalo E BHn< kerhoff. Alb nay ^ C V iu -It N?sln i?e T -J Parmle? & I idj, Ans, < A j^W. VST0B HOUSE. , :.in<-.ton, Hndson Benj Poor and son, Boston ^?tL, M..I.1I- U Post, ( harleston :;VB& Mr;?V,ixtw,;"''1 ?^.'^yj'tuborg P/f ?;inVer Boston Jill-1 liaison, 1 SN ?PrK do u'"'( ?o?ton MSSTfia Geo K Kitham.do WaaSW. New-Orleans W W St.uk. Augusta, Ga I'h.la Mr* Ingerson, New-Haven iS.V-Hav.u A W Connnt.-Bouon 7%m1 Stouingtou LhasSiders, do ?V Km?. New -Orleans E R Anthouy,2 ladies. N Bedf KUAN KLIN HOUSE, rfjtferrit, Itliica S .1 Beckwith, Lyme ? \;-'Srrv New.Berliu, N Y HI- Leavenworth Conn <i Caltiii. Marcellus, do J Marsliall Albany r f BickifHi Rome, do E Br...

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

THE TRIBUNE. Interesting Correspondence? Letter from Mr. Clay. In the < ftamocrsburg Whig of Thursday we find a letter, eloquent and strong, from the " Charnbcrsburg Clay Club " to the Hon. Henry Clat, with liia letter in reply. The committee introduce with tlie following passage a graphic sketch of the progress of misrule in the country for a Ion?; period past: Wh) is it, sir, that with a CoasticntJon of government 30 admirably adapted to human welfare?with resources so multiplied and eitiberant?enterprise so rigorous?m.-ans of intercourse so rapid and commodious, and livratur? so cheap and abnudant, we are not now aa formerly a prosperous and happy nation?proud of our r?-trosr>ect and .-aniline in t.'.e promise of the future ' Why is it that all the t-rrat brane!,^ of our National industry ar-"ia a state of prostration or ruin. Our soil and climate have undergone no ehinge for the worse; our machinery for abridging labor and perlrctine to product has not deteriorated ; our a...

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

?kw-yokk trib?ne. nrNB\V-YOBK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERV MOttNlNC, SL'.M'AV EXCEPTED, ! hw-.ii t" ' iij Subscribers fei NINE I ENTSpei orwbtu they ; refer, thrj - n i ??. m ??!?? mc? at the nV'i'or ,lt monllu, or a year at I le same rate. Sin;! JSesTWO CENTS. .Mail Sabscnbers Si per ami n in, ? uivanre; and the \ :>.\?* iu n<? case continued buyondth* ^ for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Vodiuc'ience allowed on Daily Exchanges with dir; other ^u Terms of Advertising. fji.N LINES or less, (<>\ ;-r Si v,) Firstiti:- rtion... SO Cent*. " for each subsequent insertion.2j " h " for Six insertions,or ouewreek... $1 SO " m '* for Twestv-Fivk insertions.sco " r*ry Locitcr Advertisemeuts -.t e ;n all \ favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Laritr Paper; f'>r the Country, It rDBLISHKD evrby satokday sioemko Atihelow price of TWO DOLLAKSDer annum, in adv xnce jJsaaiacKs, Rkliciovs md F: rkrja. Nonet:*,notes crfuiX liv? !""??? i'> '????"?.*._...

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

THE TRIB?INE. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, or ?t.nvcKT. ?ry City Subscribers. wh-> i-refer not l*iBg_caUed upon V?kly thrir pay f.,i -hu pnprr. mir ;.ay tu?**? ? I r Mi month* or a y-ar a? the. Desk ??: tin . :: -: - ! Mlii have It xerrwl promptly andat tn early hour. THE EVKMXG TRIBUNE Will be. published This Day 4i o'clock. JtwiUconttio.iu addition to the matter of the Morning paper, 1. The News received by th* Morning Mails; 3. A eamsiary report of tbe Markets, including Stocka, flora the day's sales op to 1 o'clock, P. M. S. Tha Arr-tili at our Hotels for the day. We shall not publish the List of Arrivals in our Morning Edition, because most of tli* Waiters reach our city in the Moraine, end tbe fact of their coming is old newi the next moraine, when many of them bare left the city. Beaide, we bare not room for them All Advertisements will appear in both oar Morning and Evening Edition?- Our bu?i.i-sj friends \i ill perceive their advantage in thi...

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

From the Boston Evening Journal, March?, 1813. Ri?d?'i Sa?safarim.a>-The success which has attended iTutrdicaUori ol this remedy for Ml iitseasea arising from an ? ~>**atjtof the blood, since its first introduction t< thi J^br Messrs. Send* \ Co .druggists, New York, accord Grim me testimony of manj highly respectabh individuals, 'only wonderful, and isa stroflgprool of its excellence.? M ssrs Smith & Fowlej tlie agents for this city . are daily re. >inr letters from individuals who have used it with success: T- oi" them '< ing b( en afflicted with diseases which seem jj?,'I* incurable, but by the use of ihis article, have entirely ?euvered, and are ausiousrio idd th< ir names and testimony Jfrtsfasor. Many of these letter* are on file and will be Sown to all who wish tosee th< m, by calling at the store oi S*TOts,13?^v'ashinctonstt?t. , . _ Forcouciusi re evidence of itssuperior value mid efficacy ^certificates: ublished in this and other city paj ers. pre....

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

THE TRIBUNE. The Nature of Money? To the Editor cf the Tribun* : In the Tribune of August ? Uli, in your remarks upon the work entitled 48 Usury; The Evil and the Remedy,' you say, 44 We do not quite agree * frith iu fundamental pioposition that'Money is a'mea **ure of value,' and tli.it only- Unquestionably the most * frecpaent use of mon>-\ it to nwsure value, But vrh>-ii a " man borrows $10,000, does he merely borrow something ti * measure with ? Does he not rather in effect borrow r*-:.l * value? though of what precise kind depends upon his own ' choice. If he wanU to buy a farm with it, th?-u he in sub * stance borrows the farm, and so if his need be buiidmg,?pro * visions or whatever. He does not borrow something ' wherewith to measure the sums due his laborers, Sec, 1 ' the actual means of paving them, o.actlv as though he bor? 4 rowed ten thousand biub?ls of wheat and agreed to pay ' seven hundred bushels a j ear for use until be could return * the grain." I have, Mr. ...

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

rsXW YOKK DAILY TRI?l N E IS PUBLISHED ? * rvery morning, 6unday excepted. rtVimiiwT f?n.ri City Hii:ih) New-York, i 'citj :- bscrib. ? fo. NINE CENTS j? ??1a o' *?>?" they !-=? !? ?? ;l" >? cm ?*V "' aivun? ?l th< a. k fi-r -.ix months, ora it at the same rite. Single ^ >, 'f.Vd CENTS. Mail Subscribers $5 per annum, ^sdiarVt' .mil the i ?:-^ '??> raf" continued beyond i ? j^Yfnr which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Si* ?ff^jferenceallowed ?>u Daily Exchanges with any othei ?*jef" Terms of Advertising. TPS LINES or leas.(overSiTi) FimirtseTUon... 50 Cents. ?' fur each subsequent insertion.25 " m " ibrSir insertions,or one'week.. .$150 " ? ?' for Twenty-Five insertions..''00 " 0? Lon<?r Advertisein? < ' at eqnallv favorable r lies. thk NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE a. Very Largo Paper, for the Country! 13 published evkky satcrda v mobmko itdirlow price of TWO DOLLA RSberanuuin.in advance "tfttHUM.Y.i, ReLIGIOVJ Und r< L'WI.il L NOTICES, UOt ' 1 Jflflpg ftv? ...

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

THE TR IB l INE. MONDAY MOBNING, SEPTEMBER t. FOR PKESIDEXT, HESRY CLAY, or KRjrTt'CXY. O*" City Subscribers, tiho prefer not tern* called upon weekly for th' ir pay for 'Iii? j>aj?-r,may pay in advance for *ix moutlii or a year nt tbe Desk of the puSluhjng oihce, Ithej Will have it served promptly and at an early Hour. THE EVENING TRIBUNE Will be. published Thin Day 'Ai o'clock. It will contain,in addition to the matter of the Morning pap?-r, 1. Th* New? received by the, M irning Mails; 2. A summary report of the Man kits, including Stock*, from the day'* aales up to 1 o'clock, P. M. 3. The Akbival? at our Hotels for the day. We ahall not pnbliih the Li?t of Arrivals in our Morning j Edition, because mo*t of the visiters reach onr city in the Morning, and the fart of tbeir coming is old news the next morning, when many of them hare left the city. B-side, w< j have not room for them. AH Advertisements will >.pi^ar in both r>ur Morning and Evening Editions. Our business f...

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

igggPOTK ov Hknhv Clay.?When Mr. Clay j? Paris, immediately after the close of the '?wiatioris at Ghent, he was introduced to " pciations at ??ncnt, no was imroaucea t<? Siamc dc Stael, at a ball. ."Mr. C. had a picas. ' t interview with the gifted woman, who in. .^rrncd bit" that she had n ccntly visited England, nd had ojicnly espoused the eausc of the United States there, 'remarking that the British were Igatly exasperated against them, and entertained {moos, intentions ol despatching the Duke of Wellington at the head of their armies, for the ^j-jose of inflicting proper chastisement upon tbeffl. ^e P0''1'"')' tanked her for the interest sjjc- manifested in behalf of his country, at the jjmetiinc expressing his regret that England had ?Ol carried out her intentions. " Why ?" said Madame. "Because," he replied "if he had fcaten us, WC should only have been in the eon fjitioa of Europe, without disgrace. But if we Ijsd been so fortunate as to defeat him, wc should jiarc added g...

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

Letters from Mr. Weed ? No. XT. CorT"?ps>n?lfa.-u: ot the Albv.j Evening Journal. L?xi W.Jcxr 25, IS43. Having failed lo get into tlic House of Com mons immediately after our arrival here, during the somewhat exciting debate upon the Irish Arras hill, I delayed my visit several days, in the hope that some other question of interest would elicit a debate, But a_ nothing sprung up in that way, I went the other evening, and was shown into the .Speaker'- Gallery, by the lion. Mr. Thornley, tin intelligent, practical member from Wolvcrhamptnn, to whom I had a letter of introi duetion from his mercantile friend Mr. II. L. Webb. Mr. T. remarked that the Fitting would be a very dull one, and advised me to go into the gallery of the other House, but in repairing thither for the purpose of procuring my admission, we found that " the Lords were up," as is their term for an adjournment. I therefore returned to the Commons. . . . Parliament sits, you know, in a wing adjoining Westminster-/Jai...

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

^TyoiUv TRIB?NE. ?^?j?B'K DAI LY TRIBUN RIS PUBLISHED * rtOX MORNING, SUNDAY excepted. 7 ~ f0ppo?rrK City Hai r.,) Nkw-York, ^or ? m.?itl > or 8 year *t thesame rate. SinKh 5 fortf'A I I N TS Mail Subscribers S> 1*t annum, Vnd die i>a[*r iu no case continued Wyond the %5udi Su SubscriiHious taken for Sit ^?e* allowed on Diily Exchnnces with any other > Terms of AdYertisinj. rVFS or less, (over Six.) First iHiertion... 50 <>iita. 'fK; for6Jclisubs*iaeiit insertion.2i n fot Sii insertion*, or otii' NTwck... $1 M ' ' for Twenty-Five insertions.608 " fr\&X*tAdvertisements .it equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE f?ir harRf Paper, for the Country, MPt'BU.sHKD KVf.nv^iTfKDAYMOIlMXO I vJwiceof TWO DOLLARSiwrannunVinadvance iicrs Religio? sand Funeral Notices, not ? |ffg!gk,a cents._ THE TRIBUNE. .>The following letter should have appeared before fjttit* published from Qiuliec?but it was accidentally aatreal-Thi: Champ tie Mars?The Pa rt?le-Ri<ip ...

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

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MpMNQ, SEPTEMBER fbli PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAX, or kustvcry. 23?" City Subscribers, wlw prefer not being:called bj ?weekly for thrir j??y for thi* pa;*r, may pay i? advance ior mouths or a year a: the Desk of the publishing oilice, and ti will ruve it served promptly and at aa eariy hotir. "Tf Democratic Whipr General Comml tee.?A meeting of this Committee will be b?Id oa 1 ties, fcveuinff, Sei^ember 5, it the Broadway Koos?, at 8s o do PHILIP BONE, CUiraia:: William Tcn*r.n, j si 2 The Callionn Rally lr the Park. The mass meeting of those friend!/ to ti nomination of the Hon. John C. Cauiovs as tj Ix)Co-Foco candidate for the Presidency; held la evening in the Park, was attended by about 401 people, and theprocccdint's were marked bjdoic perfect order, and an utter lack of all erithusjasf The meeting was organi?.cd by the electron < StkfbkN IfasBROt-'ck, Esq., as President, wil the usual array of other officers. A very Ion string of resolutions was then introdu...

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

" fwg.?MurJt r, 1; assault and battery with intuit ar*ou, I; robbery in the 1st degice, 1; forgery, 2; 10; erand larceny, 15; receding sicleii goods, 3; disorderly house, 1-total 36. ^"csses ? Previously indicted, 12; previously con vi i t Bsdooroent of wile, 1?total IT. Total of old and vie****3, ? fit Jcat.?The names of the persons summoned as j5j?rots were called >ver, when the following named ^mfn appeared, and were ;h oin as Grand Jurors. li/.: >!f\V. Blunt, l'orem m. B-iijamin Bailey.John L. Brow $gi.J. Bunker, John C. Brown. William Everdell, Kd ^p^nagan, William G/.!e, William A. Ho well, Hen ^Haliey, John Jackson, .Aaron Kline, Thomas Kelly, Ltd Pittman. James Peach. Janvj T. Rogers, Jen raiah i^swt?! Edwin Towusend, and Shepherd knapp?19. <Vr*a appropriate charge by the Recorder, in which the ypjIcqar?t were reminded of their legitimste duties, and ^jttfiitiofl also particularly directed to the situation of ?roon on Blackwelfs Island, the crowded and the -js-porti...

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

Xorifj Ammraii Phalanx. A few fricnd? of Association, believing the time l;:is arrived Tor applying to practice the lead? ing principles of the hue Charles Foaner; and being aware of t!ic difficulty of enlisting a sufii cient numkr of men with the necessary mean?, in a project of the kind, before a location was made and other preliminary measures adopted, on the 18th June last delegated a committee to search for a suitable domain. The Committee, having made a thorough ex nmination of the State of New-Jersey, of Kastcrn Pennsylvania and other sections, within a reason aide distance of the cities of New-York and Phil? adelphia, reported in favor of a tract of land in the fine marl region of New-Jersey, which is con? sidered tiie best portion of the State, and indeed, considering the mildness and salubrity of the cli? mate, one of the finest districts of country in the Middle States. This tract of land is located in Middletown township, Monmouth county. It is about fortv miles from New...

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