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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 September 1843

W-TORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ^' 5t?RV MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED. ?? .?irv*t IoppositeCiti Ham..) New-Yokk, w Citys..b.cril*n. lb, NINE CENTSj? itttha they prefer, they cau nay in advance at the moiitlu. oi a vear at the same rate. Sind? y* TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers $5 per annum, rt- and the paper in no case con tin led beyond the ffU which it i? paid. Subscriptions taken for Sit I ^^ce allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other s* Terrnsof Advertising, ?f IVES or less, {"'"er Six,) Fi rat insertion... M> Cents. $ m foroach subsequent insertion.2j " ' ?> for Six insertions, or one Week... 8i jO " ' it for Twemtv-Kivk insertions.i06 " ^.j^jgegr Advertisements at equally favorable rates. * fg?NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ytrV Large Paper, for the Country, BrTtBLISHKO V.Vf.RY SATURDAY MOkMNO price of T WO VOLLARSiwr annum, in advance "umit'i Ki:i.i?uorsaiiJ Funkbal Notices,notea ^'.f,h lines. cents. THE TRI BUN E. ?bec ft Military Portrens?Cape Dia? mond-Description ofthe Citadel-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 September 1843

THE _TRI B UNE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER G. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CiL AY, 0>* zjucttjcey. City Subscnle-rs, who |.refe.- not being called upon Weekly for th< ir t>ay for this paper, m iy pay in adi ance f >r?i? mouths or a year at il*- Desk of the publichihg office, and they will luve it served pre-mutly and .it an early hour. f?*-Oa our first page '* another letter from our correspond, eat, with a description of tin- 'celebrated Citadel a: Quebec. One more letter, which we shall publish a* soon as we can find room, will complete Ute series. Another Letter from Mr. Wxeo may i>e found upon our Last Pago- ^m _ CrT- In making up our summary of Foreign News we "have been, a* we always are. greatly indebted toWautes K Smith's Ecnorxai? Trstxs, which is always made up and issued just previous to the departure of a steamer. It is a paper of the highest utility, especially |to Editors on this aide th* Atlantic. ^ <^ Fruit? of tbe TarfiT? Manufactures of the "West. Wc arc daily ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 September 1843

The journeymen tailors of Boston have yjock' for higher wage?. They had a large ^enthusiastic meeting in Washington Hall oii tjooday, at wh?ch a rclu,t cornirul,C(' was aP ? tc(i* and a procession was had. Their wages '*<aid to beonlv three or lour dollars a week? Peking sixteen hours a day. The Advertiser jjjjig with pleasure that they have taken one ^jd step toward obtaining better wages?they ",reaj] joined the Total Abstinence Society. Pjoyvnep.?31r. Jacob Amsdcn, of Dana, was , J drowned m * l"",u" New Salem on Monday. A slip j* Hsveihill Gazette says a man named PemWrton.of hjttdjwas drowned on Tuesday while at the mushes to ^B]thar. It is supposed that he walked off the boat iu ^lirht while asleep, as his body wax found near it in the *3b?- , , DIED, luteveuing, Mrs. Myraett H., wife of Henry Van Bur<n ?.^rr, iu the 26th year of her age. 'f.Uffuueral will take place to'inorrow afternoon, at 3o ik, from'he residence of her brother, A T. Hinn, No ';;nriiry-*tre<-t, Broo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 September 1843

For Tru? Tribune. THE PARTING TEAR. On a lovely gem is the gushing tear, When friends have met to p'irt, It comcth from fount an crystal clear The true, confiding heart: Oh! care hath l>een cruel and cold, I ween, And bitter hath been its frost, To him whose eye is dry at the scene, The power to weep is lost. How it clingeth then to the maiden's eye, The tear of Youth's first love, Ah she whispers forth the soft " good bye," To him who gocth to rove. How itrusheth down stern Manhood's check, And his, a stanch old heart,? But its pride is bowed, it* spirit meek, When the last hour comes to part. How it telleth its tale of Sorrow deep? Of the heart-strings' sev'ring pain ? How it makcth the heart with loy to leap, With its tale of meeting again, li v/hispcrcth too of hope so bright AH sadd'ning doubts denying? It teacheth all will yet be right, Upon true faith relying. Speaking when no sound we hear A thrilling voice hath that parting l< ar ! Cleveland, Vino. Aug. 35. C. D. I. L...

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

T0W-YOUK TRI BUKE. THE NEW-VOR K DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNINO, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, irj, NaisaC-ST. (orroMTK Cmr Hu l..) New-YoRK, ?Sidrfiwrrtl ... Cilj Subscribers fri NINE CENTS pei or whtu they prefer, they cau nay in advance at the nick'for ?ix montl?,or a year at the same rate. Singh nie? TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers $5 per annum, a advance; a?d the paper in no case con tinned beyond the rape to* wliich it i* paid. Subscriptions taken for Si\ NodiffVrence allowed oa Daily ETchanges ttith any other jnrer. Teims of Advertising. TEN LINES or less, (over Si v.) First insertion... 50 (lent I. " ? ;uen' insertion.2j " u " for Six insertions, or one week ... $150 " ? " for Tv. kntv-Fivi: insertions..',00 " Locxer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Paper, for the Country, is published evert r STrKI'a V MOENINCj it the low priceof TWO DOLLARS per annum, inadvanci - >Iasbia';e*. Religious and Fc.hkral Notices, not ex* grading fi*...

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

^gg^imfmjmmmmmammifmma^.mm J^THE TRIBU NE._ THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7 FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CiL AY,. of UKNTt'CEV. ftp- City Subscribe?, who prefer not being called npoi ?weekly for tht ir pay for this paper, may pay u advance for ?i months ot a year it the Desk of the publishing office, and the; will have it served prOBptly a?d *t an early hour. THE EVENING TRIBUNE Will be published This Day at 'Zi o'clock Ic will contiin,iii addition to the matter of the Morning paper 1. The Nr.ws received by the Morning Mails; 2. A summary report of the Markets, including Stocks from the day's sales up to 1 o'clock, P. M 3. The Arrivals at our Hotels for the day. Political Proffijracy. In his last Fancui! Hall speech Mr. Webster declared that "every public man is presumed tobe governed by proper motives": and as a general rule this is evidently and necessarily true. In political as in social life it is taken for granted that the men with whom wc deal arc governed bv principle, that they actual...

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

"l&ttf*, A writer in the C:<;!<n DrS gtaf ?V?, that twenty.two planetary ort? m rvabk at this time on the name aide of the heavens- These are Mora, Juno, Jupitcr Saturn, Veno?, their respective sat< llttr*. They ajajbetrtm about eight o'clock in the evening, a uieSouthern sky, near what arc called the the -oiiaeal cotMtelb?oiw. jyAimxE.?\Wlind in our late foreign pa. -ttraeW!?*'"? ettra? l I a lettei ii n a gentleman at 0? [fT?, ta b>? fr>e?d ia Scotland: ? Oa Sued** we If ard tf>m* beautiful ?. :u >ni, aad na At:tu-':c '??> well Oa tearing the morning s-rric* we h?d t^acworcf beiue introduced to, and shaking haodiI with I jfr. y}"U D'Aufeipe.a tall, si ut. very fia? looking ataa. ft,? lasOf rtCMT'd ? :li hi* fourth volume, which he f~U ! Baals? ?u'dat?. but il \.?,>d gives him strength, he hope* *,k>h i J)?owNi:n.?.Mr. Jacob Atnsden, of Dana, was ffai 4ro?cd in t p?ud i i .NV* S Jem on V ud it. A slip fw?tUr Himbill t'jTett.' says a man name J Pemt...

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

f 1. The following exquisite Song, first sent to Europe, ttc take trreat pleasure in repuUtshing. ERIN'S LIGHT RESTORED (a repeal sow.) ? T? gone and for lU? light we MW breaking No ! No ! but ? cloud .?>rreuHl where it burned, Ari!??' ?0Cr fr?m hrr ^mbuxt ?Wiking Erin looki upward to ^ ? returned. How tt Wain.. like the w,?K of a m P^aT. Th ?f ,k3f and w? "r th< Ocean, Whihi the harp ..ell. Uof, a pure too, of derotion ToOod, who look. .?iliBgi oh. Erin ! on thee. Iu Iba gloom of thy tlarkne*., if, orer thee ,te>alin? The clank of a chain broke a aument thy trance. Howaadioa.k'd.t thou up for .ome ?orcTat rereading It. rav Imm ik. .k..?. ._. . . . It. ray f,o? th* sky'. tempe?r,tro,,bled expan** v! ?l<h; lU,tt^ ??&y ""on but tie- pale tW re* ??r. m ayrannj. ? ali?,_,,hile by it .toodweer.MiC I red leaping ( _ - - -j v>vw~i ??-ei, lo(f. Those. Erin, ?ho. when th.>u ss'ert sighing or itreping, Breathed prajii?, though lu aecrat and letror for thee., 3 ? But now....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 September 1843

^V".Y()IUv' TKHU NE. L Ni-W-yORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERT HORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED. ?,?v.ma'--*t (oprosiTECiTi Hat !..) Nkw-York, ? Subscribers for NlNECENTSpo ?hva th.-. prefer, they cani.-j ia ?I? uov at Me **i"rV,r six months, or* year it the same rare. Single ^ 'i WO CENTS. M*il Subscriber* $5 per annum, 80,1 we- and the paper in no case con tin oed bayondxhi "psjp fo" w'l'r1' '* is v Subscriptions taken for M* S^jaVreneeallowcd on Daily Etchanges w i;!i any other I*"' Terms of Advertising. r i.NES or leas,(overSix,) Firstinsertion... 50 Cents. i*-1 .*? forearii inb**juent in->?rtion.25 " ? " for Six insertions, or one week . . . SI 50 " ? ?? for TwKWTT-FrvE insertions.5 00 " LonC*r Advertisements at eijuaiiv favorable n?te*. ^THE TRIBUNE. Glimpses of 3auro?c.N0. II. ?Y A TRAVELING NEW-YORKER. From our Special Correspondent. THE ISLE OF WIGHT. Geographers and theologians need no longer jicputc about the location of the Garden of Eden, fnc/ina v find it, with its four ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 September 1843

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF SEXTCCKY. f?7"'Ciry Subscribers, who >ref-r not bewg caRed nr?oi weekly for thi ir ;>*>? for ti.is pa;-r, may pay in advance for*ii month* or a year at the Desk of die publishing olfice. and they will have it served promptly and .at an early hour. (pj~ Thomas S. Hawks is die only authorised agent for Ire" Tribune in Buffalo. - nuai THE EVEXIXG TRIBUNE Will be published Tills Day at tit o'clock. I; will con tain,in addition to the matter of the Morning paper, 1. The News received by the Morning Mails; 2. A snmmary report of the Markets, including Stocks, from the day's sales up to 1 o'clock, P. M. 8. The Arrivals at cur Hotels for the-day. Tlie JLoco-Foco State Convention. Wc have in the Argus of yesterday the report? ed proceedings of the Loco-toco State Converts tion assembled at Syracuse. The Van Buren di? vision, as was expected, have swept the boards complete!}*, and the Argus exults accordingly ove...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 September 1843

CITY I N T ELL i G E N C E. Coit.t Calendar.?This day?Common Picas ?Nc?. SO, ?l, 6?, 60, 57,131;38, 59, 62, 23, 31. Thursday, September?. Court of Comj:om Pleas.?Before Judge In. GIaHS* jjixry R. Roberts vs. James J. Devins.?Action for as ,jB!t and battery, damages laid at $2,000. Lost fail the American Institute offered iu gold medal to tlie winner of a boat-race, which accordingly catne off at Castle Garden on ^e JS.h Octol-er last. The jiarti.-s ar- famous oarsmen, the pliictifi ?ue of the celebrated Roberts'brothers. The boat George W. Chapman, in which w is plaintiff, took the lea I uidtep" coming in ahead of the George Washington, the defeated boat, and winning the medal. The boat of defendant ktp^ver) c'0$e 10 "1''r' aiI(* f""oV?'C(l ',(*r afttM race, appa jjatly with ja hostile intention, to the stairs atCaslli Garden. Plsinrin' jumped from his boat and was followed by defend? er from bis, w hen a grapple ensned, and the parties fell into .fce water. After the) got up and re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 September 1843

For The Tribun?-, j STANZAS. BV Arr.QTTi SVQpCttAi5. Away?ye saddening notes of woe;? My heart hath heard too long;? And once again would gladly know, Hope's brightest, rarest Song. The foot of Time may rudely tread On treasures loved and fair, Vet why should Hope wax pale and dead ? Has Earth no charms as rare f ?T is true, that Sorrow worketh Tain; And wc may bear a shock Above the Fire-Bestower's chain? His Vulture and his Rock? Yet unto Life a power is given To make us Sorrow-free ; Smile thou upon the face of Heaven, And Earth will smiJe on thee! Has Love, the merry urchin, hurled An arrow at thy breast ? And hast thou sought a fancied World, And found no blissful rest1 Up, thou ! and at the urchin laugh ; 'T is hut a sorry knave ; Or seek with sandal-shoon and staff Some kind Leucadia's wave ! There's many a spring of olden time. And many an ancient shrine ; And many an herb in Eastern clime That heal the flame malign ! There's healing, too, in eyes as fair As those that pierc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 September 1843

sffW-Y?RK TRIBUNE. THE NKW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED every mormng, sunday excepted. At 160 Na?aC.?t. (oppomts: Citv H o u.) New-Yosk; ^delivered to Citv Subscribers for NINE < EN i S pa wsek or whtn they prefer, they can p.y in advance at the nZtk'for six months, orayw ?I the same rate. Single nries TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers S5 per annum, fn ?dvanc?; and the paper iu no case continaed beyond the nnie for which it is paid. Subscriptions Ukea for Six No ditfVrenct- allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other P"*r- Term* of Advertising. TEN LINKS or less, (overSix.) Firstinr.ertion... SO < -nts. .1 ?? for each subsequent insertion.25 " <? " for Six insertions,or one week.. . $1 50 " i> " for Twi^tv-Kive insertions.508 " 0*7? Lonicer Advertisements at erjnallv favorable rates. THE TRIBUNE. 2Li'tcranj Notices. The Win: oi Leon, and other Poems, by two Sisters of ; the West. New-York, D. Appleton i Co. ; Philadel? phia, George S. Appleton. This volume is the associate pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 September 1843

THJE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER^. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OV Kt-!TCCIV. ??"City SubscriWrs.-avho -refer not iWRcalledopo? weekly for their pay for this p?r<r, may pa* to ^ (*r.-iT months or a year at ?? D. sk of the publ?hinsc office, ami tiaey will have it served promptly and at an early hour. {jrjr- Thomas S. Hawks U the only authonstd agent f ? the Tribune i;: Buffalo. THE EVENING TRIBUNE Will bo published This Day at 2i o'clock. It will coutvn.ia addition to the matter of the Morning paper, 1. The Nr.ws received by the Morning Mail?; 2. A summary report of the Markig., including -Stock.., from the day's ia!>-s up to 1 o'clockj V- M 3. The Arrivals at our Hotels for the day. Hon Willis Hall.?We arc happy to have it in our power to state that this distinguished gen tleman is recovering from the effects of ins late paralytic stroke as rapidly and as surely as could be expected. He baa already recovered the power of using both his paralyzed limbs to some extent; a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 September 1843

MARRIED, the 7th ins.t., by the Rev. John Lillie, Mr. Charles A. c. ff-rdto Mio GroreU.u. McL-.y. <ll of this city. Ou ??> Mi inst., b\ the Rev. Dr. Levinga, Mr. Geo. An , "mMirthw Fisher, all of N'e.\-i ork. ??Ken. L I-, on th, 7th i, , by the Rev. Wm. L. Gore Kii:c- Jr., to Caroline, daughter of JSo AU.? K??g. "f Jamaica. DIED, it Newark. N- ou Wi dncsday, Sepi. 6th, Margar t V. Joiuit'ou, ?ged y3'*- Throu.h ? I. :.g and -.-?ere illlM i JL^W sustained "bj hei faith in Christ, at d f..a1 led b) his e-ict Com'v to trust herself .to him in the hour of death. * *,t Bethel. Conn., on the morning of the 7th instant, '?sanab Cordelia, daughter of Joh i W v d Mary Amerman, of this cjty.ajrd 1 y. ar. 1 moi th ind 8 days. PiiMS?-i?yers Ai*7rtve? [a the picket si.hi Rochester. from Liverpool?Wm Fr HvsV p, Mis* F% Hvslop, James B Dunwodv and yf, QiwA All. n. Mis J tin Bnlton, Miss Ma.\ Brit ton, Jic'ss-r; Dippi* !*d>"? Ma-tei James Dippie, Peier S atk, jtobert M'Crea, Edmund Bond. Ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 September 1843

For The Tribuue. FLOWERS WILL NOT ALWAYS RLOOM. BY MR*, i- W. MKROR. Flowmi* will not ?Jwaj \Aoova, The bripbfe-et on*i that gild our pathway now; Ma\ fid.* and die?re noon? V. ill ^Iri-d in own bricht lustre oVr the brow. Youth, too, will puss away. And leave no record ou the brow uf Tun- ! The Beautiful decay, And Lif-'s calm blessings b? bo louger thine Stern Manhood'* brow will fad? i Tha brilliant darknru of the eye grow d.m ; And in the tomb b? laid, Life's choicest blessings, yielded back to Hirn Pleasures will pas* away, Swiftly as Time doth ever onward elide As Autumn leaves decay? As sio-ams rush onward to the ocean's tide. A:;d Life i'. hat a span? A few brief days "f pleasure and of pain ? Then man, high-hoping man : Thy doom is written?dust to du?t again. Fame's laurel wreath will fade, i . leaves soon wither, droop and pass away. A?all Life's joys were made To spring up brightly, then to know decay. The conqueror's path will fade, A* gb?ry leaves no burning mark behind...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 September 1843

WW^?ik?Tt??b une. ?vrvV-YOKKDAILYTRIEUNEISrUBLISHEI) **** EVKKV MORKWO, SUNDAY KXCr.ITED. v ...!-.it (crroMTECiTr Ham.) Nkw York, ?*J?J?<5l> Subscribers f?. NINE ..CENT? MI 1 ?*??<?. ,?t mouth*. OJ -i ??-??: M me raro? rete, bins;!? P*^ tW? CENTS. Mail Subscribe:? S'> ifranuur:!, ' cap** *'. ?j? th? nap? ?n "0 case continaed b*yond th* gffo?iwc?? it ?s |uxid. ?ab.cnption? taken for Su R^?ca ?l?oKed ou Daily ETchesKa v. ilh any other fS**' Terms of A d v * r ti % ? :. g . ,?. t r\E3 or leas, (ot? rSix.) FurttiRsertiou... M Cent/. jS^"*? forracb sab-.?. ?:i".: insvrtion.25 ? forSixius?Ttioas,or oue week.. .8150 " ? fr>r Tv. esty-Fite itisertiona.i^O " * T0C.er A?vcr?i.eir.et:? tter?iaaliv favorable ru**. jHEXEW'TORK WE?Kl/S TRIBUNE . Very Large Faper, for the Country, lirCBLISHED EVERY SATL'EDA? MORIfIXO ?#latr price of TWO DOLLARSi>eraiinum.iua<IvaBC* *&??guozs, RELicioc?aad Fu^ebjul Notices.notex J^?fivo?iurt.^cei:;,._ THE TRIBUNE. SLttttrs from ?ial?. NUMBE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 September 1843

THE TRIBUNE^ MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11. FOR PRESIDENT. HEKRY CLAY, or tKSTrcKv. TZ?* Os .not-. atlc Whls General Committee ?A Special Meeting of this Committee will be h*ld ou 1 ue-. day Evening, S*-pt. 12, at try Broadwav Houie. at ? o'clock-. PHILIP HONE,Chairman. ?Vb^?ko.^^ ? THE EVENING TRIBUNE Will be published This Day at ? o'elork, It will contain,in addition to the matter of the Morning p?jw 1. The Nkws received by th? Morning Mails; 2. A snmrnarj-report of the Markets, including Stocks, from the day's sal*s up to 1 o'clock, P. M. 3. The Arrival* at our Hotels for the day. 0f> Ou our first page ?ill be found a fine descriptiou of St. Peter's Church at Rome, From our Foreign Correspond? ent, a notice of the State agricultural Society, Proj.i Whir Meeting, and a great variety ofMiscellaneoOS Items. fjfjr- On our last page ?reseVeraJ Communications on Bos? ton and New-York, Revolutionary Anecdotes, State Pri. son at Auburn, World's Convention, Bonn of Black Hawk, fcc, wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 September 1843

"The Baltimore Flood.?The Baltimore Amer 'can says that the damage done by the flood or i^edoesday extended over a large surface of coun It is believe?! that the whole region betweci titnprs Ferry and Cumberland has been over flowed, and that the ravages of the storm extend ?jto a considerable distance North and South o the Railroad. Great fears are entertained for tin safety o( the railroad. It was reported that serious dama*?"? had been done to the ChamberebtrT| Turnpike. The large bridge on ihe Cumberlanc Turnpike, about two mil* s oast of Hancock, ha: ?ecu entirely swept away. The injury done to tin Winchester Railroad will speedily be repaired. Io Loudoan County, Va. it is stated that im. mensc injury has been sustained. 1 n some place: large quantities of grain were carriel off, by tin floods, fields of com were destroyed, and grcal niirpbers of cattle and sheep were drowned. It; Washington County, .Mil. the damage was com? paratively trifling. The streams were much swol? len?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 September 1843

tattggggga ? '? w-rt ifTvrsnrm -Ti-imilrT rifflr""*1- ??**?""?? THE TRIBUNE. Foi The N. Y. Tribune. Jjevaton and New-York. To f/ie Capitalists asid Landholders of Xcw-York : It is no fiction o;' wild dream of tiic timid croaker that I would sound in jour ears. It is a fact that the trade of this proud city is bc:ng un? dermined, and certainly to an injurious extent : even now, a channel is formed which is taking a valuable portion of our western trade to the en? terprising city o? Bosivn. I speak what I know, Boston is now taking merrjr ol our best customers from the Western -and Southern Stales, who have hitherto made their purchases in this city. They are opening their account? there, and although wc may by and by awake to a sense oi our interests by completing the IVew-'S ork and Erie, and the New-York and Albany Ra?roads ? it will be too late lo rctnedy the evil. VTc all j know how difficult to chango a channel of trade | when once formed. Boston has actt?accorttingly, and she l...

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