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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 September 1843

t-:. "?KW-YOKK TRIBUNE. ^^SKAV-YORKDAlLYTRIBUNElwrUBLH-llE ' EVF.RT ?OUMN?, S?NDAT EXCEPTED. At ko Nam-x-st. (nrromii'-Tv K^Xm-Vo**, . rfiWivi-ed t" Citj Subscribers foi NINE ? r. M s ?-? A?Lior v. h? n diey prefer, they can nay m adran? at the rwkfor sh months; or a year at the same rate. Singl ?S*? TWO CENTS. Mail Suoswnbe? $5 per annum, tfsdvance; ni:d "the -?per in no case contdnned beyond ?m orne for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Sir Vodifferene-? allowed ou D lily Exchange. >? ?th any other -.it/if- Terms of Adrertising. rps*S LINKS cr!ess.(f'verSnt,)Fir-tiBSPrtioii...S?l ?n *?" " for each stibwo,uecl insertion.2!> ' ? " for Six insertions, or one week.. .$1 iO " ? ?? forTwkktt-Fiteinsertions.S06 " yj- Longer Advertisements at equally ravorableTates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE a. Very Large Paper, for t!,?* Country, i? ruBLisHRD srvrnv satcbdat ?oatrmfi itthelow price of TWO DO__A RS per annum, niadvance *jSantuA.oes, R*_.toios*sand FtmsnAX Notices,notex (^?...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 September 1843

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, FOR PRESIDENT. HE3?RY CLAY, OF BE.-TCCIV rCT- Democratic Whig General Committee A Special Meetmf of this bgmrni'.'.i* will beheld ou 1 iies dav Evenin., -wi-t. 19, at the Broa_w?y House, at 2 <? clock. *' pHILll{HO.>E.Lhai?nan. ?>.Ti;'R5EF' - i S-creUri?. ,?*? N.G. Bi? api oro, S sis? r_>"City Subscriber*, vho ?refer ?jot beiti*; called upoi weekly for tte-:r W for this pa;-r, may pay in ads anee for ri months or a ye-r at ?r Desk of the publishing office, and the; Will have it served promptly and at -in early bou.-. THE EVENING TRIBUNE Will be pubH-hed Thi* Day at Z o'clock It wiil coutsiu.iii .ddiUsiu to ui? uatlei o? the Morning pa"*' 1. The News received.by the Morning Mails* 2. Asummaryreportofthe Mar-sets, including Stocks from the da)'s ?ales up to 1 o'clock, P. M. 3. The Arrivals at oar Hotels fot ?*-d*r. 3J- As I shall be absent from the City for the eusuiug three weeks, correspondents who wriM me here ou matter? requir...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 September 1843

AURRIED, ru ThuT?dav, the Tth inst., by the Rev. John McClosky, r ?ebles EUq.. merchant, of Rockport, Missouri, to S2 Thn-sa K ivaaagh, daughter of Mr?. Alicia Kavanagh, (rndovs)'of lids city DIED, Oa Saturday, loth ?ist-, Arabia, wife of J.din McRae, ? .j- >tth vt?r of her age. . _ **X friends id' th?- family ar- respectfully invited to attend iV-er?! on Monday afternoon, at ?? o'clock, from her late el ce~No- 109 Caiial-strect, without f-rthur invitation. ^oddeulv, on Sunday, 17th inst.. Jobo Riker Guion, aged ars and* ~ months, son of Kdssard M. and Hannah J. Tbe?!?''**'' ?u*1* friends of the family ave respectfully in . p?.0?tteud the funeral this afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from T-Trt*idence of I1'* father, -N,?- ?'? ^ast Sixteenth-st-, nest fom the Third Avenue. Qa Sunday, the lTth inst., at No. 2 Chamber-street, ;-.ftei - illness of "three w< -ks, Miss JoaKNaH V. Marsh, a<-ed fO'tV-three year;. Vri-nds of the deceased will consider this a sufficient invi* ution to atten...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 September 1843

To lAe Editor of The Tribune : Sir:? I am aware ther- are fome illusions which it were uachariuble to 'di?.pel -, ;Lut as the reputation of the Ur- Fsuccis S. Kr.v, of Washinirtot?, D. <"., has little need of the fame which belonijs to one who, 1 ;k ? himself, i? "? dweller in " the ciiy ?f th*? dead"?one ivhose frmiiur ?c i>uaintance and friendship it has b?-eu my happiness to pos? sess?I have d*?emed it in order to justify the belief of the tiling and the memory of the dead to state, that th* line* en- j titled " Mary Macda?en," which appeared some mouths aro in the Madisonian, and have since d?-servedly obtained a -?"?ide publicity through the newspaper press, ascribed to Mr. Kr.v, -w-re written by Jr.Rr.Mi-h Jam? Cat-amaic, a m tise of the city of Cork, and a graduate of Trir.it% Colleg Dublin, for on?? of the Sisters of the Ursuline Convent of the former city. Of the merit of tlw composition its great popularity is sufficient evidence, and it is well ar.d exten? sively ap...

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

pW-YORK TRIB?NE. -rtfiSEW-TORK DAILY TUIBL'NE IS PUBLISHED STORY MOKMNG, bl'NDAV EXCEPTED. ?ffiv?City?*a?S?? ,-, MNE CENTS,.. -^i^hcntheypiefer, tteycimnapinadrance at the ff t i>r ?ix months,OS * rear -t the same rate, binsle *^ TWO CENTS. Mail Subscrib?;is $'? per ?tnnniu, t??>??..?,* and die p-i""' i" '1? ??*?* ctondnaed b-r/ond the S?for w?_ch it .i Said. Subscriptions taken foi Sis VcdlnVi^ce allowed on Daily Exchanges with -any .,th- ? piper. Terms o I Ad vertis 1 ng. n-f-al LINE'S orless,(overSix,)Fimtinseruon.. ?Cents. *.. " for each suba?*tt**nt insertion.21 ' || " for Six insertions, or one week.. % 1 M ' ? ? for TwE?srr-FivEinsert?oua.'.0"i " ,***--* LcnA*" Adver?* menu at equally favorable rates. THE I?EW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ? Very L*rge I'a'.er, for thi Country. [jrCBLlSHED 1 vv.lvV SATl'BfAV M0HMN1 A ?i0W price of TWO UOLLAKSM.eraniium.inadvdiir, ?Hijutuogs, R_x,MiioT3saud Fgbe_s_ Notices, notex ttedwt five liuei. ? cei.'?. T?HE TRIB?NE. letters from Italy.N?. Mi...

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

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or -KNTl'C-V VC7- Democratic tV li i ? General Committee A Special fleeting ol this Commiaee ?aiIi be he.d on i u, div Evcuiui. i-Wia. 19, at the Broa |way House, at B 0 CIocK. PHILIP HONL, Chairman. Vt*>? Tt"KM-?, < qnr>n>___9 ?lOr?. N. ?. BB-Dt-QRP.j tlHl, _ Sl82t JET** City Subscribes*, who --?refer not beingcalled-upqi ?we?lclv fv.-their pay for thi? p'-i'-t, may pij inadvaac? ror*r month, or a year at the Desk of t.ie i ublishms '-?lice, and tne; \? il! have it ?erred promptly and .at a_ early hour. THE EVENING TUIBLM3 AVill be publlKhe-l This JL>ay at *?? o'elocK, It w?i<?ut_m,?n addition tothe matter of theMoramSJ?per 1. 'l'he N_rws KCei'ved b> lite Morai ?us? i A -rum-nary report of the Makk-.ti, mcludiog Stocss, f ;i th.. daj'* sale? up to 1 o'clock, P. M ?. The Abxivals at our llouls for the day. ^-7- .A? I ?ha!! be -bscut from the Citj foi the ?usuiug ihree weeks, correspond? a U w...

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

MARRIED. ..-?t-racusf, on the 14'h inst , by the Rex: Mr. Tang?n, ?Uic J- Otterson, ol New-J oik, to Miss Marietta De.?ne, ? RSVO;1-??** i'Hai?iltou M't!i>on couurv, on me i-m uisiaiii, ov . VftdTJoha S. Magenais, >lr Otis 3. Howe to Miss fj?"il??. dao?hter l?r,,,r '-tc 1>r" '"? U'- HnU< "f Ea v y both ofHamilt i DIED, Oa Sabbath evening tin- 16tli inst xftei a prou-acted illness ltoAna?i ?'ff of Alfred Oarhart. Per reinaius will be taken to Greenwich, Cniiiecticut, ,-.MUt?rrr.-ur. Albany ??pera please copy. '*" A: Ber"en Point, N J, oo the 16th inst, of a short bat sc -gUbess.PeterD? Latourette, son of Cap: David Latou? rs;;-'?''??"? .Vr'ir!>'. ' Qfl Siturd-iy, 2d instant, at the residence of her 2on-in i ?? Janus Denniston, Esq., in Lockporr, N. V., Mis.Grace DiriVy, ??5rt? "* ),,'ir-. ?*te ??!* tins city. ifjobttstown, on the 16th inst., after an ?lines, of thi ? *f-ks,ofiufiuei.xa. Mr. Joseph Farmer, a retired merchant. Oa the ?tfa inst. ?u Rhode isl-uid. Cant Wil...

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

a_?___a?atts__?j__at__Ma?i_________Ba*a**a___?i Ititilanr.?Tlie late Election?"W?xo . * Why?Miclaiiran Politics?St. Jo?? Improvements. <~c. Corresp?niiecce of Thf Tribune. SoithB?-.so, St. Joseph Co. la. Sept. Well, "the noise of the battle ?over;" smoke ha3 cleared on* from the battle-field, we can look around calmly and ?ee where we That we arc lying very easily and complace flat on our backs you are well aware ; that have been thrashed genteelly and effectually do not pretend to deny ; that we ?arc resolve fight next year ten times harder than ever, determined to wipe out the disgrace of this dei you may be assured. Although we arc bea we are not conquered ; we arc discomfited, not vanquished?betrayed, but not dismai You know right well that j.he Whigs never fi better than when they have been t?mpora thrown into a minority?when the convictior forced, ay, driven home to their minds tbatevi vote is absolutely required and every mans es lions and influence ?_*>. 1 he result of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 September 1843

?gin_m um iM\uu\wu\jjn^trrm MW-YORK TRJL?UlN E. -rRENEW.YORKDAILYTRIBUNElSPUBLISHKD EVERY MOUNI/S'G, SUNDAY KXCFPTEI). ..tr?N*.-.?Ar-sT (orrosiTF. City Hai l.) New-York, .J?rf to C? ^bscr.t-rs for NIN'e CENTS ;? A?rVk n:wh'ntiH-v,.rei-r. they ?an my ?advance ?t the nfr for ?ix nionihr., or a year at the .-.une rate. Single ?TWO CENTS. Mail Snbnoribeis S5 r*r annum, Garance; and the -'a?,?->r in no case continaed beyond the Ke for Vhich it is paid. Subscnptioni takes for Sn Sosb-feenceallowed on Diily ExchawtM with any other '-*'" Terms of Advertismsr. TfN LINES orl*?-J.(overS!t,) Fir3tin.-.ertion... 50 Cent... .1" " for each subss-qaeut inst-rtion.??? h " for Six insertions, or oiifW?^U... $1 W ,i ?? for Twestv-Fi\k insertions.*>?0 " ft***-"* Locrtr Advertisements at e ,aallv favorable ru?-i. TKF. NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Lari-e riper, for the Conntrr, i? ruBLisHEO rvr.r.vsiTi-BDiY *_o-*rn"f<3 A'thelovrpricer?f TWO UOLLAKSi.eraiinum.inadvanr,-- | WlUU-OSS, Kf.li-.iovs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 September 1843

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. FOX PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, OF EKSTVCEV. THE EVEMXC TRIBUNE Will be pnbliaUeil Thi* Day at Hi tVcIoc-. It will contain.inaddirion to the matter of the Morning pap. :, J. The News received by the Moroic,- Mail?; 2. A summary report of the M_aixT*, indading Stocks, ftom the day's sales np to 1 o'clock. P. M. 3. The Ariuvai-s a; oarHotdsfor the day. {&*- The Fair of the State Agricultural Soci-ty now holding at Rf.che-.ter. will present b-yowl doubt the most mter,-stintr erJiitntion of agricultural producU, improve ' meets, and in.pLmet.ts, ever wiu.es-.ed in the L mted States. We have made arranr-ement? to keep the readers rf The ^ribnna advised of the ?urticu'ar movements ofeach day ol theFa-r, and in ord-r that ?.e S,*rci. of Mr. Ulster, which ? will probably make to-moriow, ought De full) -?i.U feithfnllv presented to the public, Mr. Raymond is m ? tendaace'for the pnq-ose of reocrting it at length. We w 11 ! thus be able to present to our r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 September 1843

-^^Mgggggggpgg|_g__g--^Bg LEAKY 8t CO.-GENTLEMEN'S HATS. FASHIONS FOR AUTUMN, 1843. A'the urvent ?oliciratioas of many of our cnst^mers from ?ontpaitsof th? Union, weshall introduce this osT.at -?les room?, the beautiful new style of Gentlemen's Han fa the coming season in order t? accommodate them, as also Lnumerc-i? irrxangers now visiting the city who ??ay leave v -n-ior to the date (Sept. l) wl?en it h u been our custom .. ._?. .. .-.- ?.,i.~~ . c ?**_*,?_. ?hi?en ?^VoVk.'A?g. K.'iih. ^ -lent r***r"* Bird?Tini; and Nassau-si ??h?.ts.?The new ?:-.!? f Gentlemen's Hats for the ensuing sea ion are now ready for . ?peC'iou and sale, at the store of the subscriber, comer Pine ^dNassan-st-s. _[-.llmi-?]' BIRD. MONEY J?ARKET. Sales at trie Stock Eichantje, Sept. 19. 4 COO Ohio 7s, '53 . . . 105 ! 10 shrs Am ExcBk. . . So j'oOO do do 6s,'?0.s3 95] 39 ?Jo Ohio L _ T ... S4 3^000 do do6s,'6?... 9?] 39 do <!o.85 5*000 do do.98? 60 do Bk Com,sp ... 97 gOOO do do.96? 60 do Farm Trust.sSO ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 September 1843

- - . -ai. w**-*******_t_MB_w_^ Lettm ?tm Ir. fftftl.... 5*. IL ? . - . - ** Be Ai'-?aiT ?*??>-?_:??- Je*?r_ G__w*>-i ?-. . Wr. h ir* jct? -retjxrned frocn _ -met to '" ' - '?? *:' _ .-ut ?t__R_ We Enger - _ ? jMSs inacc __?ic by _i~ ?e? -n?* Poet o? _?___*-? bas _w?e_t_d r ti _______ Ayr and A?S ?'?-.-' a :-" _j*er*st thai *?-__ ?rrer .???. Every bcco_ fcrae a_d eral g _ad ?- Br._,~ are ~ve st?f-er*?? ma_a_? - . . ..--.'...-:. E G__?-J*aT ar.d A yr l__hr_y er_?. lo _o ?<? A_?way b three boors and a . cottage b whi-rh the Poet was bora a _bo_? ?ota Ayr. It is and h_s been ?>. -. s M-*. Goc :~. in _t___g_it and ?*?r_*__t .... who ?~ as _eq__iafe_ with Bca - rry_rwr>jea__ The cottage, as tt-oostnae ? ?e__ Father, on ser?_ xcres of grew for which he boa-rat a *>?r?-??~2-? lease, ^=r: and bt_nbi*% cr/r-rR?i-g of a ?i-gte rwI^ : e Poet's Father rented Mm ?O?pba?t. a Urm ntax the cottag?-- he sold ?-, the S_oe_ -ter*- ;' rp ral ..,..- - _- . to whom Mrs. GotK&e pays ...

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

piit:>v-V(>Slu TUIBU?SE. TBEKEW-YOBK DAILYTBIBUNTE ISP?BLI3HE_ I'.VfcRV MO-NINO, Sl'NMAV KXCEPTKD. At i_n N-.iiAi-?T. (ori-os-.Ti Citt 11 ti i.) New-Yokx, A_tl ileliv-r-ti n- ':"t> >?!??.<:?'>???? <'T MM'. ?r..Vi '.s ?-?i ?v?rl?, or when they prefer, they can naj in advance at tin D?-.k ?"i Mt inonth?, or a year at t???- s-nie rat?-. Singh copie* TWO CENTS. Mail 5ub?c-ib?ust^|?eraiuiruii, h, advance: and the^papet in no ca_> cqnUnued beyond the tini" for which it is ?.ait!. Subscriptioai taken fur l^ix "tdonths. S'tadiUVreiiCf allowed on Daily J_.Tciia__<-*< With nay other *>_**?? _ - T e r m r. o f A ?? v 1.1 11 s i u _ . TKN LINES or less, (overSix,) Fiminsertion... 'o i '.-uu. ??* ?' for each subsequent insertion.2j " ?? " for Six insertions, or one w_tk.-. .$1_0 ' ?? ** for Twenty-Five insertions.5 o? " ??""p?-Longor Advertisements .r. ?a_!'. favorable rates. THE NEW-. 0!.K~\VKt'.KLV TRBUNE A Very Large raper, for r 1.?- Country, It rUBLISHRO KVE...

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

THE TRIB?NE. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21. ? JOR PRESIDENT, II EAR Y CLAY, OF -Z***Tt7C*_r. 2*7" Tlie irreal Agricultural Fair at Rochester. ; teems to have attracted more attention and en?a- j ted a deeper sensation than anything of the kind ? -jfhich has been before notice in tins country. ! J: will be seen by a remark at tiie close of our j correspondent's letteron the first page, that whole , families from the slate of Ohio have made a pi!- j grimage to Rochester in order to witness the ex- ! bibition. If Mr. Webster delivers his speech lh.-s ? forenoon we will possibly receive it in time for i publication in Saturday's paper. Will?aj-aiport and Elmira Railroad. This work, when completed, will be one of the i ?most important improvements of the day. The ! Road commences at Wilhamsport, on the west branch of the Sosouehanna River, in the State o? Pennsylvania. The distance thence to Elmira. in the'State of New.York, is seventy-three miles. Eight miies of the seventy-three, howe...

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

L*_BK___S_?"S3E MARRIED, gepttmb?! T, by tbe Rev. J R Johnson, Pastor of th? 1.: hesbvierian Church, Willismsburgh, W Fexler, of New. -fork,* and Maria Lawrence, lecond daughter of James Dick tasou. Enq-, of Newtown, L. i On Tuesday evening, by the Rot, Henry Chase, Mr. Jo liph Addiion Cook to Misi Rebecca Tfltou. 0_ Wednesday evening, by the- Rev. David Bicler, Mr Charles H. Robinson to Miss Anna M. Wellings, daughter r{ Mr limes H Wellings, of Detroit, Michigan, both of ?Jrooklp. At Albany, on Tucd-> morning, Sept 19, bv the Her. ,Mr. Kip. Wi liam G. Bi?.hcp, to Miss Lydia Wood. Sept 20th, by Dr. Brow-jlee, Samuel L Ambler, to Appe> line Ha*rward, all of this city. On Monday, ISth ?'.-.'., by Rev Dr Wainrtght, James W. TTilsoii, to Josephine, daughter of Lyman Denniston, Esq.. ?llofihiscitv. At Springfield, *?* J. on Tuesday evening^ the I9:h inst.. bv the Rev. I?r. Ferris, Mr. Charles E. Beebl . to Miss Jan?: B, daughter of V.r. Elias Wade, Jr, all of this ? ity. Also, by t...

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

P?Bir-^jililil? 11 n-__-_*a_rra-r-<B__^ rt From the Dublin ..? .carine. THE EMBROIDERESS AT MIDNIGHT. She plies her needle till the lamp la waxing pale and diin ; She hears Uie watchman's heavy tramp, And she must watch like him? Her hands are dry, her forehead damp, Her dark eyes faintly swim. Look on her work !?here blossom Sowers, The lily and the rose, Bright as the gems of summer hours, But not to die hke those; Here, fu dele? as in Eden's bowers, For ever they repose. Once, maiden, thon wast fresh and fair, As those sweet flowers of thine ; Now, shut from sunny light and air, How canst thou choose hut pine ? Neglected flows thy raven hair, Like the uncultur'd vine. Look on her work !?no common mind Arranged that ?-?owing group Wild wreaths the stately roses bind, Sweet bells above them droop? Ye almost se* the sportive wind Parting- the graceful troop ! Look on her work !?hut look the more On her unwearied heart, And put aside the chamber-door That doth the daughter part Fr...

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

53~??sM??-)t-___s-_--B T?ENr:V.-.Y0RKDAILYTRIBUNEI3FUBLlSHr-.D ' rVKRY MOUNlN-?, 8OT*T>AT EXCF.rTKn. -?T.(orroMTEriTYH.iON>:vv^;r,!*K, *"""?*_, "?^\V O ? f.?> I >- .??an ^.'O-.-.io" i? c i i~. ~unu.li, c0'\rA?- and the paRer m no case contlnaed bey .-.. ' ? ? e for whi'-h it is paid. Subscriptions taken lor Six Nechff?*T-'-*ce allowed on Daily Exchan-re-; w ith any other j_?r. Terms o f Ad~ ?. rti s i ng. -7\ LlN?5 or ?'?'*? ??''rr ?*,I-C*-' FirstmserTiOii.. :"."? Ont.*. >"" ?? for each -<rih.-.?.;i-eu: insertion.'"i " m " forSjainsertiona,orouew??k...$l 50 ' u "" for TwK~TT-FivE insertions.'i 00 " -?**?? L0""*"cr Advettisements at ea-iillv faror-.hle rates. THF. NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE H v>ry Large Pa;ier, for the Country, IS Pt'Dl.ISHVt? l.vr.SV SAT'.'Ki?aV MOfM.NG ,..--??ow rtriceol T Wi.) buLLAKSi^iannum, ???a adraacc MiVat?.."???". '*' t-iotots *nd Kt**tERaL Notices,notes ^jW'.v?-???'??*.?> ?"'??-???_^^ "the tribune. Thiriceii bays Later From Europe. ARR...

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

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, ?SEPTEMBER 2*2. FOR PRESIDEXT, HENRY CLAY, OF ll?:5Tt'C?V. [rr""City- Subscrib-rs, who prefer not h-in?* callee!I upon w^ly for tln-ir j.hv for this pap-r.ma?.- j>;?j- iuad\a?c- f-;r ?ix months or a ye*r at the D-s'k <.f the jiubli-shiui* office, and tVv Will haTe it rsrved prom-j'.ly and at an early hour. (*Cj**? The only authoriied Agent for the sale of Th* Tri^ bune at Troy is L. Wu.lakd, No. 230 River street. TUE EVESIS? TRIBUNE Will Iks .?iii.li-hecl This Day at. ?t o'elock. It v?illcontiin,!a?ddiuon to the nattrr of th- Morning paper, I. The News received by the Morning Mails; '2. A s-immary report of the _L_B.KJ~.TS, ?ncludit-- Stacks, from the day's sales up to 1 o'ciuck, P. M. 3. The Arrival? at our Hotels for the day. ?O" The Foreign News on the first page of thi< day's paper is more titan usually interesting. IO* By reference to the .Marino Intelligence it will lie wen that Capt. Ncal, of the ship Taha? l? assee, on her voyage from Li...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 September 1843

MARRIED, tr-dnesnav. the 90th iust-, by the Rev. Dr KaO?, John % Into F.uphemia Helen, eldeit daoi?ht.?r of Dv Kiiox, ?? Oico^' ?** ? *?<??& on Washington square, on the 20lh iust, by ?*7y rj-. Hutton, H.'uiv Sherman, Coinsellor at Law, ^-"An'nSi joiiiicest daui-hter of ihe late Mich.,?! Burn ' r??.. all <^f this citv. ^??& island, on il.? '20th Sept.. by the Kfv.J M. ' -rieht S.-imii?-l Waid, Esq., t" M-don, eldest dan?h ?frf?SRGrymeslE,q..ofN-.*A Orleans ;!". -s>-v Brunswick, on the I2lh instant, by the Rev. Dr. -'. t St>c\ <?' Potts, of Trenton, to Cornelia, daugbtei of LRer. I'1'- *'?'-'w' %'ntli* -?tn '""?"-. ?> I-?* ?-**v r>r- Ferris, Abr-m B Lud Emily Watkins Fairrmd, all of this city, 'o."w*?*dnes<by n?orning, Sept. 20th, bj th.- Rev. Dr. Mr ,i<Ti WtUisni II Fra-s-, to Miss Sarah .lane, daughter ..f ajo?! ^'r?^',?"?" "''* c>'- ? ?aWedn-'.rliy evening, Sept 20th, by t!,., Rev Isaac Par Sds? Sprngo*? of Hudson, N V, to Catharine Ann Bur i^...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 September 1843

For The Tribune. LINES. Written in memory of Fdoab N Crook?, an interesting son of W. K. Crooks. E<^} , of War taw, who wc\ drowned in Allen's Creek, July Uh, 1813, BY WM. II. C. HOSMF.R. A cup of bitter waters hath been drajued' Aud o'er ye, mourners, roll the clouds of wo! He, the Beloved and Beautiful, who ma?*e Your mansion, jester-morn, th*? home of joy, L '"- on a dreamless conch. Poor heart-wrong tire! And was the task of trial thine to bear From Allen'* fatal stream that luckless boy And his drowned plaj mate? Aye. that teak was thine ! Parental instinct guided thee through gloom* To the dr-ar scene of death?-.tie lost was found, But oh, in form and lineament how changed*. Locked were his fingers in a rigid clasp; Hi* ey, late beaming with afTectioi!, dim; Hi? cheek, that felt a mother's morning his?, All -?wollen and discolored?gone iu rose: Aod the bright lucks that ?he had often smoothed, Or prirt-d on his brow with penile hand, Drenched, soiled ...d matted by the crue...

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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