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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 September 1843

SkW-vohiTtki m is e. ' Nr,v-YORK DAILY THIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, B?KDAY EXOEPTED. .. v..*.n-rr (."??-ii| l iTTHai.t-.) Njcw-Yobk, "__?__wCity^Subscribers foi NINE CENTS p_ ^Jr^0theypref?, tls-v ?*? P? - - ?*?*? a, ? u'fsr iii months, or a yeai at the ?une rate. Single ?^ TWO CENTS. -"v-ll! Subscribers $5 per annum, ?"_2_?c_: and the paper m no c_ve contluaed beyond the * f^V which it i* paid, subscriptions taken lor Sis tirai ?.'? V?d_fr'r?nce allowed ou Duly ExchaLkti w ith a_y otiier V**1' Terms of Advertising. rfi LINES orless.(overSix.) FirstiRsextioa.. 5 ' enta I_* ?. foreacn subsequent insertion.2i ' ? ? for Six insertions, or one week... $150 ' ? h forTw_3Tr*Ftv_insertions.50C ' _-? Locxer Advertisements at e inaliv favorable m'.ts. THE NEVv'-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Lar;<- Paper, for the Country, IS pr-ULlsHfr? RVCRv s.vli*_0_Y _0_M*:~ itthiiowpneeo! TWO DOLLAJiSpeTaannm.inai Avuaaur.cs. KxLiciotisand h_.ve___ Notices, JUMI ?JSig five im? Crar.rf. _? cX THE TR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 September 1843

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORMNG, SEPTEMBER 12. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or xxra-TUCXT. rp*- Democratic Whig General Committee ?A Special Meeting of thi? Committee will be held on Tues? day Evening, &ep*_ 12 at the Broadway Hou^r at ? o'clock. PHILIP HONE.Ch-irmau. Wm, TcRNcr.. > u ? . ? N. G. Bradford, \ Secr-tarie,. tl, & THE EVENING TRIBUNE Will be published TbJa Day at '? o'clock. It will contaia.in *dditioa to the matter of the Morning paper, 1. The New? received by the Morning Mails; 2. A summary report of the Markets, incitiding Stocks, from the da)'* sale? up to 1 o'clock, P. 31. 3. The Arrivals at our Hotels for theday. - mm? fry City Subscribers, who prefer not being called upon weekly for tMr w for this paper, may pay in advance for ?ix month? or a year at the Desk of the publishing office, and they will have it served promptly and at aa early hour. DO our Interest? need Protection! New-York, August 20. MR- GartLET: If I understand your reasoning with regard to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 September 1843

I [ jY**ey str??et, under the Aster House, was burglarion I ti'*!tA ! 5 f"rc"!S opt-n the front dour, aud n large qnmit Iftalaable goods selected to be c?.m..d off. The baiber i -?aeath, hearing tlie noise, raised w alarm, whtan the a ?je? fled and escaped, 1 -aviug tu- ir plunder bchi k Br.r.s-iM- im.? i Cin;aCM.--l-ft.Peter's Chnrch.B jjjv.,-.. ?t, v. is burgtari uslj entered on Sunday night, ^?asoff-lse keys, ind the silver " chalice and?-reinc. jfjsB.' ?' irried away. Thekt or a il.vNn-<'Ar.. - A c< lored roan named Ch; gar.tll was arrest. I f. r iteali g ? ? ? ? ? ' '"???? w ?*???? Cttit?'. N ? -' ? ? verm ur-lane. St?-.sli-.? - ?? Wil nil boy, was arrest [ -?.?te-li: ? two cloth cap? from ..." ? :?? I 1 Thl "...? R j fat}.Csaual-??._m im Yankee Clocks Auroad.?We find the f?: jotcing leUer ?'?? t',c Rochester L'unocrat: Hartford, Conn. Sept. -', 1^:3. u?5 well known ihr ?.:?? tit the 1 uion that Connectic jt?i? Cock Statt. We are represented in every town 1 jv,tic,': we t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 September 1843

""iTT-TIi;- fo_owuig'ver?? were written by Mr. Wallace, m 1??37, nj we f._d them in th-- Wabash Courier ofthat year. IRELAND. EV WILLIAM WALLACE. 1. .A j.r h_J to the Island ? f G: r\ ! 1 jh.tyxa my darken? tl.j cre-t, Thy grandeur, the m.rro- ofatory Fore?-<r *nail wear r?u iu breait. Alt>eit thy shamrock is drooping Axonod the red ?word of the foe, 'A':.?le the vultures ol banq?tai_?toopmg To feast o? thv bosom below? Vet : v i s.,,!! rr,~ Scs_t7i__ of Taha, nnrjll?d, That ?bamrock, itnmoiud, ?rutwine ia its fold. 2. What thouc'" the Almighty has scattered Th-jewe's of Tvralth o er t! y robe, When,? irrowing, blighted and slurvr.-iJ, \ rain th ?" art or. the globe! If the ? -u'.i oft1., children J_c?nd<-d The star-glowing >*???? ofthe?ky? A ! played m its palaces splendid With storm-spiriu harrying by? . ?! ? ? ? mid !.. iw that't was bell? to Irveon m gloom. , K. r thv portal to honor was made ou thy tomb. 3. If all the pure blood which Devotion H?s ibed for thee, Isl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 September 1843

THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORMNO, SUNDAY BXCEPTED. A, jije NA?SAt*.sT. (orrosiTi Citv H.u.i..) Ni-.w-Yonu. (?Svered t- City Subscribers lor NINE < EN. S ;.?: week r.vwhnithevpreier. they can nay in advance at the fiesk for six month?, ora year af the same rate femfle eoriies TWO CENTS. Mail Subscriber? S5 !>? r nunum, - advnnce; and the paper in no case continaed beyond the iirae for which it ia paid. Subscriptions taken lor S?t k0 difference allowed on D^ily Etch anger -?*, ?th *my .-itht-r paper. Terms o f. A d v e r t i s i n e . TEN LINES 01 lass. (ov?_ Six,) Fjrstiuvertion... 50Cent.; .? ?? foreach[subsequent in-.sr.-n.25 " ?? ?' for Sir in^frtir.ns, cr on? Wfrrii.. . gl ?,i " " for Tv.tntv-F:ve insertions. ... ..j??C " ?j* Lonzcr Advertiscuieats a: fc.;__llv f n orable met THE NEW-YORK^"WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Taper, for the Country, 15 PUBLISHES EVXRY SATURDAY MOU*VI*fO Xtthelowprice of.TWO DOLL/LRiSnerannurn. in advance Marriages, ILki iiiocsaad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 September 1843

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. FOR PRESIDENT, or unxTucxv. T?IK EVENING TRIBUSE TVII1 be iiubll?hctl This Day at '? o'eiock. it will con: iiu.iii addition toth- ?natterof dieMo?ungpapetj 1. The Nrws received by th* Morning Mails; 2. A summary report of the Msrxet?, including Stocks, from th* daj's s?.k? op to I o'clock, F. M. 3. The AnnvALS a: our Hotels for the diy. ET"-City Snbsc.-i!*-.-?, who ?-ref-r not being called upon weekly for their pay for this paper,may pay toadtaace for six months or a year at the Desk of the publishing office, and they wiil hare it served promp-.I y an?! at an early hour. Improved Nanf.r Press?Printing Office of the Trrnt^E.?Ths large edition of the Daily TaiBUKE which wc have printed for the last year, compeli? us to put our papor to press one or two honrs earlier than mott of the morn? ing papera in our citv. I? order to be able to keep our Col? umns open some uha't longer, and still furnish our ittbscn b*rs with their paper at au early lour, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 September 1843

MARRIED, L ?I. icst. at Lewistown, Penn., by the lUv James g, the M? ']ohn Brough, Auditor of State, &c, of Ohio, **** C *&*> Amelia Nelson, of Lewistown, formerly of ggU?oi*> DIED, Moaday evening Sept.11, Isabella, wife of John Mors?, ^?vearofheraee. ..-,"., , . , ^K-'ativi-s and Friends ol the family and ajso Hiose of J___8?3der,?? the 47th year of hii age :rr Itr Meadows, L. I., Sept. Ii of consumption, Buel os-mnen.w the 3ith ?*** of his a;;,v' o Monday, the llih ?nit, Robert WVPiggot, of consump ?th* 41st vea.-of his age. "?Lfriends of thefamOj and the exempt firemen are re ?folly invited to attend the funeral from his residence, ?jfl fjivision-st. on Wednesday, this afternoon, tue 13;h __l ?t4 o'clock. -v 73f$dav morning, Sarah, daughter of Ebenezei Hay J? se?ta lS y"" ItCl?rerack. near Hudson, on the lhh inst., after a ling A-illne-, Charles Marriott, of this city, in th? Cist year .jAlbany,on Wednesday, 6th inst. in the 14th year of J??,J??? Adele, daughter of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 September 1843

*_*a-*_r->a?33a______-**_^^ For Th* Tribune. THE WHIG REVEILLE. The old alarm rings round the land. And thrill? in even* heart, And gathers now a mighty band To play a mighty part : The smouldering fires again relume '?'hat led us through a night o\ gloom. Where ?swell-Tig Mississippi'!? tide Sweops on his sullen way. Or smiling to his sunny bride. Flashes in joyous play. Brave Louisiana's sons still bear Our glorious standard proudly there. Where c?oud-throncd A?k-ghanv bond." His misty locks to hear His thunder echo, as it sends That NAME so doubly dear, Through Pennsylvania's glad domain, Th' unbroken phalanx forms again. The gray-haired 4< Hero,"' dark and 9nd, Within his Hermitage, Hears, with a sullen start, the shouts Of freemen round him rage, And feels, poor desolate old man ! How joyless the career iic ran. From North to South, from East to West, Whig hearts arc -welling high? Rekindles hope in every "breast, And lights in every eye. The dark night fades?the morn app...

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

ffw-YORK TRjm'KK." *H_ r?EW-YOKK DAILY TRIBUNE ISFUBL?SHED EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTE-. -_i\7i<_c.it forrosiTF. Cixv H.n i.) New-York, ^iffi?ered 10 City Subscribers for NINE CENT? i*. A_U or i?hrn thevrrefer, they can ? -v,- in advance at the Nod.fiVrence allowed on Piily Erclianges w ?th any othfci pirer- Term* of Advertising. T?N LINES or less, (over Sit,) First in-ertion... 50Cen_. ?*.-," ?? foreachsubsfqnent insertion.26 ' ? ?? for Sta insertions, or one week... $159 " ? ? for Twfntv-Kivf nisi--rtions.Suit " ?era- Loc??<r Advertisements at eqnallv favorable rates THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very L-irrre Paper, for the Conn 1.-7, 1? published ??-. f.ky ?_Trat>-v mo_nin<. ?,lh?lo'w price of TWO DOLLARSperannum.inadvancr ' MaiiKiacEi, R__iGi'o?s and Forr_RAL Notices, not ex e<f_tug;iveliii-s2-'-CMii;s-_ THE TRIBUNE. ?Utcr_o Notices. WAilDEJUNG* 0?? THE SitAs AND Sh./'.Fs OF AFRK ?? I" Semi-Monthly Parts. Parti. September, 1S13. J.W. Harrison, New-York. Few of o...

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

THE TRIBU?NE. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF -K.ITr'C-V. THE EVENING TRIBUNE Will be ??lablis.?ieii This Day at *<. o'clock. It will contain,in additiou to the mailer oi the Morning paper. 1. The News received by the Morning Mails; 2. A summary report ofthe Market?, including Stock?. from the da)'* sales up to 1 o'clock, P- M. 3. The Arrivals nt our Hotels for the day. __/^City Subscriber*, who -.refer not being called upon weekly for i!wir pay for this paj-r, may pay in advance for sia months or a yea; at the Deik ofthe publishing office, aud the) will have it served promptly and at .an early hour. 'cy~ General Committee of Democratic "VaTlii" ?'OUlijj*; Met?.?A ??;?ecial mrcting oftlieCom mitte?-will ;? ? field nt the Uniadwiy House, on Friday Eve nir.e Se ? i.ti.atTi o'clock. ** '" ' ADD 1-ON DOUGHERTY. Chairman. Cm v.. K. Tatlor.? Swteurit?. 3l, J_._li * B. .-A-ai--, > 3U ?__.-* Political and Party Ills. We have become considerably interested...

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

MARRIED, \ .__ 11'hin.at., at St John'* Chapd, in this city, by the ??frWaiR* ?ght, John F Pu.dy to Virginia W Teackle. a B-dfoid W-*tclt*stei cou ity, on the rim inst. by the ?? Joshua Baits. J'''!i'Jav Wood of Brooklyn to Mary, fo-itr of Walter Lyon, of the former place DIED, tridcsdav the 13th inst- of Cholera Infantum, John j^* infant ?on of Russell C. and Mary F. Root, aged ?'^if^ljtivcs and friends of the family are in-, ?ted to at J the funeral this afternoon, nt 4 o'clock, from No. 22 '"onath-itre?t, without fuither notice. '* O? Saturday, the 2d inst. Mrs. Abby Wade, wife of Cap:. .. yyjde.a.e'i'"3 ?ears Cincinnati papers pleas- copy. irFarfflinKion,Maine, on the Uth inst., Mrs. Harriet Cjatbaai ?"?* of Ht ' Jsi"b A ' Oj Saturday Sept. 9th, in Williamshnrgh, at iberesi* ? _Mofhei i"U-i:i-laiv, George Darling! in, jars. Elizabeth fosvies, ?ged73 years, relict of the late Maurice D.vi?-s, '.-aierlv of New l'ork. Albany and ."tic. papers pl_a__ f VtMcont Pleasant, N. V., r,n M...

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

For The Tribi THE .UNMARKED GRAVE. .?r sas. j. w. licaccat. An, ?newest then when* h?-r gentle form is sl?-?-p;n! fj ? __h the prave-tnrf ? f -iir sloping hill, Wh*re mnrmuri::; -. ?cesi ie in sorrow we*ping, Now bushed, alas ! for ever hush??d a_d still Or v. here the oaks their >;iant boughs were waving, lu the cilm stillnr?i "f t5i<- summer air ; Wl ere gentle ? ????? ? each fcrest flower were laving. 'Mid the green turf wb*r?? slept the young and fair Or where kind friends with Love's light steps were To scatter flowers upou her turf-clad bed : WiM-ie voices rose "mid the dim forest praying. F r her, the lo* _, the beautiful, the dead. Or where they laid her when from earth departed, Ii- r spirit freed to be for ever blest, While as thej gazed, silent and moor_Tul-hearted, 'Neath fores: b lujlas they bore hei unto rest. 'i".i-\ b rre her wh ??? ? the r? d men _ feet had warden Bn: lefi unsullied Nature's gl tiousbrowj Tl.- v sadly ?:>...''. and o'er the I ?se. rxmdered,...

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

^?W-YORK TRIBUNE THE NEW-YORK DA1LYTRIBUNK IS PrBLISHI EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EX.EPTEJj. a. i-i\as?aV-st.(orrenr. .itvHai.u) Nf..v-Yop>, ASiSv_-U? City Subscriber, for NIiVeICEN?b ?a- or a?h<u they prefer, they can pay m advance M i n?!f'for aix montlij.orayoar at the same rate. J5111 n^ies TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers Si perannn n advuite-. and the parirr in no cav? rontiuaod beyond I orne for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for I SodiSfcrencf- allowed on Drvily Et-ianr-rB with any ot! piper- Torms of Ad ver using. TEN LINES or less, (over Six,) Firsti i?rtioti... MOn x? " for each suhsefjiieni iussrtioi!.2S " .< " for Six iusertions, or one weeh... $1M " i, " forTwe7?tt-Fiv_insertions.?oo " fjfT* Lo_5<ir Adveitiseuieuu at equally favorable raies. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUN?; A Very Large Paper, for the Conn try, IIPy.l-ISHKD EVERY iv7IK.1V MORNINf, At? elow price of TWO DOLLARSperannam. in ad van i-_U_JU_.oes, KxLteio.iand Fi?k____ Notices, am ?ceding lia?} linei, ...

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

THE TRIB?NE. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEIMBER 15. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or s ?*???. vex Y. Try City Subscribers, who "?refer not being calle, upoi weekly for tlieir pay for this paper, may pay i" advance for *r month, or a year at the Deak of the publishing ofhc?-, and the; will have it served promptly and ?t an early hour. ry- General Committee of Democrat!? \#__ix_ Young Men.-A Special m-etnig of Oie I orn mitt., will _.l_fl?l at tbr Broadway Honse, on _n?__y__a>e iiin_, Sept. l.th. at "? ?'clock. _ ADDISON DOUGHERTY. Chairman. Chas. K. Tarto?, < ^cnUIKi. ,. JaMEs BrSwaitf, > 5" XT We hardly need call attention to the beautiful and finiihed sketch of the character ol the late Hugh S. Legars from the September number of the Southern Literary Messenger upon our first page. We sec it intimated in some of the ?Southern papers that Hon. W. C. Rives, of Va. is the writer ; the article is certainly credit? able to the feelings and taste of the author who? ever he may be. The very...

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

MARRIED, n? Wednesday, 13th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Authou, Mr. es B Am?., of Mobile, Ala. to Mis? Angelina, daaghter relate George Downing, Ks.j. of this city. /*ta tbe ?th i*??t., al thefetapsco Femal- Institute, at EI t_otv? Mills, Md. b- Re? Alfred Hoi mead, chaplain. Fay. ?' TT o ?a er of New Vori., t" Ann R., daughter of H-n. rtti j. a o ' iJso?tmuis W. O'Brien, Counsellor at Law, of Read ? Pa. to Emma Willard, daughter Of the loi?- Simeon Lin ^}_ Wednesday the 13th in?.'., by tlie lu".. Dr Noble, Mr. jJCrN.vins o? Silver Creek, to Mis. Maiy Ami Jones of this city- _m^m_ DIED, On the 13tii inst- at Belleville, N- J , Mi.? Nancy Willis, ujd 81 vear?. fQa ?h. 13th ms'--, aflei an iihies. of five days, William E. Unfa .-r. 2g?"d 27. *_i Norwich, Chenango County, Aug. 25, Mr. L riah A . - era-, ?g*?1 & Jr**?* '0_ ilie _-th ult. on L. I., Mary Anderson, widow of the jjU Jacob Moti, aged 59. MARINE JOURNAL,. FORT OF NEW-YO g ..SEPT. 11, 1843. MINIATURE ALM.'.iC?THIS DAY. "The Sun...

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

Cotton Growing and Protection. The opponents of the Protective Policy have ever contended that while, per chance, it mif_ht be of some advantage to the free labor of tlie North, which under a system of free trade must come in direct competition with the unpaid labor of Europe, it would be indirectly injurious to the ?rreat cotton growing interest at tlie South. Hence for the last twenty years every tariff law has experienced the most uncompromisinghostili? ty from the whole cotton growing region of the United States. But, as we have long predicted, the time has come when the cultivators of cotton see and acknowledge the error?the fundamental error of their ideal theory of political economy. Piain, simple and undeniable facts now look mtn square in the face, and they must see them, and do see them, save a few, who choose to play the fool, close their eyes at mid-day and declare there is no _un in the heavens, no light in the wor'd.^ Now for the faets : During the year 1841 there was ...

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

"^EW-YOUK TRIBUN THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PTjBLI KVSRY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCErTED. AtVONimuVtT. (oftosite ?'itt Hai l.) New-Y And delivered to City Snbsenbent |V>r NINE CKN %??*., or whtn they prefer, they can pay in advance r>tk for ?? moothi, ora year at the same rat?, ?pi? TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers $5 ivr a madTfenc*: and the paper in no case continued o?y< time for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken f No difference allowed on Daily Exchanges 'With an: ' ' Term? of Advertising. TEN LINES orb?*1(oTerSi\,)Finiiiisertion...'0 ?? " for each subsequent insirtion.25 ?? " for S:r insertions, or une week... $1 50 ?? " for Twenty-Five insertions.i iW JT* Loceer Advertisements !\t eqtullv favorable rat THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A, Very Lar^e Taper, for the Count) IS PCBLIsHKD EVEKY SATT.RDxY MO?MSO AttI??Io'w' priceol TWO DOLLARSoeTannnm.inad lUsRur.r.s, Kr.ur.iors and F?NEIUL Noticks, eefdiuS iiTc I'lies. 25 cents. [Deferred Articles.] Doings ofthe Farmers'Club.?The Far...

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

THJE^TRIBUJNE._ SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OT KENTUCKY. ?rj?" City Subscribers, who >ref?-r not being called upon weekly for their pay for this jwt>er,roay pay inadf anee for six mouth? or a year at the Desk of the publi-thiii? office, and they will have it served promptly and *t an early hour. - ? um - THE EVENIXG TRIBUTE Will be published Till? Day al ?? o'eiock.. 1: v ill e riutam.mad iiuon lo the matter of the Morning paper, 1. The Nkws received by the Morning Mail?; 2. A summary report of the Map.xkts, includicg Stocks, from the day's ?ales up to 1 o'clock, P. M. 3. The Arrivals at our Hotels for the day. The Principio* of our OpponeutH. Tbc late Syracuse Convention adopte? a serien ?if Resolutions drawn up by its regular Commit? tee, of which Mr. Richard D. Davis was Chair? man. The following- is the most important of them : ' T-lulled, That we retain undimlnished opposition to Federa! measures and principles in every form and under ?very ...

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

.-.I SAB5*rA"'LI-*-""T''ere is no medicine inquired a -a:,p /rtonently, nor use? to more decided advantage tria * _>s__?sw5lla. As the composition is of Vegetable sub S??* -/-rnoves at once all apprehensions of danger whici '^renlly entertained of mineral poisons. It ocr?tes i^{_-?fccT?riffinjt it producing a healthy action, and con !'yWrfr ?/?certain cure for all kinds of chronic diseases am ...fl?c.iy r^ ji?a?nariicnlarly that dreadl il disease, scr0 ^"'?^iw?eteus the blood?produces appetite in patient ^i__safferinRs-~rel'eves pain, allays cough and distress *?_ efnirement of the stomach and it always a sale, certain ^_I_Sle medicine. A? the cit*. la full pfstiahgen, on thei e* i^me we advice them in making their purchases not :? ?^.???ar. corner of Market-street Price S! i>er bottle: sit _?forS5. Original docoments may ?een seen at our store ?-?The most important effects are beine experienced by tk__*?TDr. Cotkkt's Balm or Life, an ?miiuable reme Z'ti.Co!"VMPTION. LlVEB ?'o...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 September 1843

Lette? from Mr. Weed...No. Correspondence of the Albany Evening Jouma Glasgow, August 7, We arrived at Grecnock, on our rctun the Lakes, in season to take the last railwa and were here before 9 o'clock on Sat evening. The distance from Grecnock to gow is 22 miles. The fare, in 1st class c five shillings; in 2nd class, two and 3ixj and in the 3d sixpence ! But the 3d class sengers stand up, and are exposed to the we there being no seat or covering to these-cars. train passed through Paisley, but its sto] too short to enable me to do more than < twenty-three manufacturers, tower chimneys king forth smoke and fire, and indicating or less of- business activity. I. hope, then that the inhabitants of this town who hav? fered so severely, arc not now out of employ! In entering Glasgow 1 was struck will magnitude. Argyle-street, where we lodge, s as rife of human existence as London itself. was my surprise at all diminished upon 1 car that Glasgow is a city of over 300,000 ini tants. The...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
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