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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 September 1843

-?HM-ue-rs ?t?u-YOKK rUlBUJNE. jHENEW.Yf'RK DAILY TRIBUN F. IS PUBLISHED BV'i?RY MOANING, BUNDAT EXOEPTED. At 160 N'A-sar-si- (ojwii i. City Hai l.) Nkw-Yoek, . . !7,?-,re! i?- ?'it, Subscribers 101 NINL < KN 1 s ?wr *i_Aoi V.i. tl.ey prefer; th-> can nay mad*, ince at th? rwTlf'for -in month?, ora year ji ti.?- ?ame rate. Singh 7* TWO CENTS. Mail Subscnbei? Si Per an ?u ??ranee: and the pape? in no caw contanaed be; ond tl ? ame for which it is paid. Subscriptions takeu lc-r Su Npduferenc? allowsd on Daily K-.ch*tm-es with any ollurr pis*.. Terms of Ad ve rti s tug. ti*>' LlNi-s "f ??-??>, (over *--ix,} Fiistinsenion... % Cents. ?* " foreacnsubsecjue-it ?usurtion.2S ' m ? foi Six insertions, or one week.. .8100 " ?t ?? for Twektt-Five insertion-:.??fl " mf* Lons?." Advi rti ?meats m equallv fai orable nue?. THE ?NEW-YORKI WEEKLY TRIBUNE A. Very Lari-e Paper, for the Country, IS PUBLISHED K-- r i.V s-.Ti'Kl'AY MimMV. At the I ??*??? price ol TW(J DOLLAii*?uerannum, in ad...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 September 1843

?????-geg**-^^ THE TRIBUNE. SJsfWRDAY M?RNII- ( ;, S E PTJE .M B E R? 23. FOR PRESIDENT. HE-i?-Y C1LAY, or .E.tTrcii?. T 11 K :. \ LI .IN G TI. X U L X E Will b. puolish-d _*___ Day at -. o'elo-C-C. I thrill con tsia^nad?tion to the matter if the M?. ; I ."The News r. cei; ?'. bs tl - Mornw ? Mails; 2. A taintii-.r;. i ! -..r.xi.1:., including - iron; the day. ?tie* n?? to 1 o'clock, P. M. 3. Tl- Ajikiv_i_ at o-r Hotel- for the ;';.'- Messrs. Wit.Mtr, ... Smith hers of t peau Ttmea *. Livirj.ool, publish - pap ron tin -ailing day of the steam packets for the U_ited Sutes, in lYhicb is always found a -???-..-. .r\ of the Earopeau news, with fill and accurate Commercial Rept up i the! ? ' hour. This psper is not only of (treat convenience to Edit onr, but it is highly useful to Merchants' and to those who e.ic inte.-..-.s:t;iJ i? procuring European intelligence at the car lie*! possible moment, we especially recommend the Echo* rrsx Timi?. Ti?e Messrs. Harnden. in Wall-street,are ageu...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 September 1843

MONEYJ?ARKET. gR-tk. Ht th.- Stork E-Cha-i-K?. Sept. ;.2. lOCOOOhKtT-, v'3- ?* 10? | I.i-t-0 do do.3. '?00 do do os,'*'.. - "-? SOuO Jo <??.;'f'? j?. do do.9?j tfjjfeO do do. ..... 9?\s ?OOO 4? do.Tursdaj 0?; 'rt'?OO do do.? ? 97 '"S do do...*b*30 97 : 25 JUIO d, do...* MO 97 25 31?? do do. . . .snw ? ?lKjO do do.b:i IT ?000Kentucky 0-.. . . 9-2 -;' I 7000 do Jo. I' s?'<X? do ,!,J- ? ??s:,?, 10? -J ?'oOOOliuois Special. . .O ... ?i*0 do do. . . ?MO 37 : MJ i,m do do. ?(?HI do dc.blO 37;'; -'??OOCir.-.-, '58.99 tOW do 5s _-.9? ' ??,w<? Kentucky of,.. . . *?.. ^OOOOhi-.-, .1.B-'?i j.),(K*0ludi_i4.b30 ST 3,000 ludiana >vrlinj:. . ??4 .'?shrs Ilk of Com ... 97 i" .' \ piune 1.. 9_l ?7 do Lah jette B.Cin to' 76 do Ohio L ic Trust !? ?!-.. Bm 69 >.i.. Manhattan Gas. 6i .?-. l ?...:.... <..... r.*j'.' ?"fjj o., do.26; do do.^6 .??i Harl?m.'? <l , do.:?.-? do do.:.-> .', .! ? '! .381 do do.3 . 25 d, ?m. -Id 3*j i.'-"? d.. St. ? Utica d., Mohawk.;~ do do.37 j do Pater...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 September 1843

Mr. Borrow. In a recent number of the Revue ?les Deux Mondes, we find the followin-r account of the life of Mr. Borrow, the author of the Bible in .-.. an.] the Z:nr .1?. [Boston Adv. ? Mr? Borrow,*' says the writer, M. Philarete Ch.i_ics, " was oriffin _llv\ I believe*, a horse jockey or _-*DCti_in*j of that ki-id ; since then, a puri? tanic-.! devotion having seized him, beba- trav? eled over the world to sjireid g-os-tel li^'ht amonj the Greeks, Papists, Ottomans, Blurb-Hans, and Zincali. To -rain _?>_!?* J'or Calvin, to conquer horses and infidels, and to' wander over plains, inarsMes and fur?.*-?, are his favorite pleasures. A Don Quixote of the l.ih century, and an English Don Quixote, he traveled as a colporteur ani?n* the Alpujarras, at Cintra, Ceuta, Merida, apon the banks of the Guadalquivir, and the Douro, with a cargo of Bibles-; some in Arabic, others in the Bohemian tongue,?not that o? Bo? hemia, but that of Hindost?n (Zincali.) Can you think of any oddity more stra...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 September 1843

f?iv YORK TRIBUNE. JLNEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EV -RY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCF.PTKD. B? It W" N_t?uiMT. (orroMTr Citi HaJ i..) Nkw-Vork. ' _i Uiven-I tv ?--'*'* subscribers foi MM*. C_N I S "-er 3 Y i*?T or ?h?n thvt prefer, they call ray in advance at the ?re* j ?fjf'for sis months, or a year at Ae saine rate. Smiile ?'** ^cT't'O OKNTS. Mail Subscribers $5 perar.num, ?^dti-te* and the pai-er iu no ca.*. continued beyond the ._? for '?vhicl? 't is paid. Sab?crir-tious taken for Six No ditfcVenct? allowtd on Daily Exchanges v* ?th any other ?*-*?'" Terms of A . ve rtl S13 g. ?_*J _.,?- r iNKS or leas. (overSix,) Fi*.ti_-er-on... 50 Cents. iiri-l ?* ' foreacn-tubstftjuent insertion.2? " .,?j"J u ? for Six insertions, or one week... $150 " ;( ? " IbrTwENTT-FivK?nser?ot-i.SCO " ry ??-_> Louf-ir Advertisements at equally favorable rat*?. THE NEW-YORK WF.EKLY TRIBUNE ^ Very Lare?? Paper, for the Cone try, IS ri'B-UHKD EVERY SV7t -DAY MORNING atdbelovv price of TWO DOLLARSperannum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 September 1843

ja to our ombCovernment m particu-ar. (C and laughter.) But there are things which -iduals cannot ?o for themselves and which, t lore, are the very objects which it is the dt government to do for them. So it is in respects. If an individual cannot protect self against assault and violence, the ?Govern! must protect him. If individuals cannot ope themselves a market, Government must do : them?the general agency of society mus called in. The whole theory of Govemmei we separate it from divine right, if wc co er it as existing for the good of the governed plies that Government is to do for indivi. what individuals cannot do for themselves. there are things which individuals cannot d themselves, for they require the contribute many ; they require arrangement, system, re lion, assessments, administration. And wha they ! In the first place, so far, and I wish to spez h no farther,,, so far as the interest of Agricultu concerned, its first demand on Government is, : that Protection, (Ido n...

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

BY THUS MORNING'S MAIL. Thln-a-s in Philadelphia. Fr.-m our Corretpoud :nt. ruiLAPELrniv, Sfj't. -2??P. '>'. 5gUX_(G.?There nr?- a lar^r uumber of ships in 01 nurl jip.-fS'iit thin has been known fora long tin? ptst. a ofwbileb are JCtitrelj engaged. I r.?>?ir?-<i. ??v it>_r thin tnoruir ^'w-- Chesnut *.?<! Walnut, th?? Susquebanna, Th.,ma? I **W,_Jlegh*ny, Walter, and Caledonia Brander, all ve t-lioi't-''' ?arfr-st class -_.J possessing superior accomrood 'tiw*- Ont nurin?- matters a.-?- looking up, and btuiia-jsaj lfsktt'tiipv?'? rapid.?; cmon. CO_u_er?ial men. / f L9CT? ??:;?' ?-?h-.in. ? During :!? ? week ending yesterdat ?he tiar-?',cl'on* '" *???? Ploui and <!?-aiu market have bet j qait-t* li-nift-'J- The former baring experienced a farther d ?j?iieiii?-"yi)s.?*?ueiice of?drice?from abroad by the Caledi | np^tht rnarket may now be considered as ata paute. Sah : f?tt?Mie yesterday at $1 25 tot common,-And I 37 f< pxxl brand-?. Scraped Flour may be. obtaine...

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

TRIB?NE JOB PRINTING OFFICE, No. 169 NASSAU-STREET. AU kinds o Job Pria tin?, auch es ___?*-kt* Mammoth Show S?l_s, CaTA-OO-IM, L_CT.nit BlLLS, Chkck?. Cards, Conckkt Bill?, c?ala ano IiHcasNer Policuci. ? Fancy, Bill? or Ladi.*?c, Political Bill?. Cin.ui.A_-t. CiRCfLAKi, {_?*_.) _c. ?-???o-aptJy executed at the 0_?ce of The Tiibuoe, No. ?60 N*--? ?aa-?treel?-opposite th?* Park. TRIBUNE BOOK BINDERY, Ko. 7 Sprue? .treet, (Tribune D-il-ing*.) JAMES PRINGLE, PLAIN AND O R N A M KN T A L BOOKBINDER. ?Of??? OF ALL KIM?S _XECTTK?> WITH CARE AND riNrrCA.MTY ON T1IK tjl5 .MOST REASONABLE TERMS. To the Friends of Mr. Clay. Lire a. o SrZECHCJ or Hkmxy Clay.?The publish? er* of this work are now prepar?. to execute orders to _iy extent- Th? work is comprised in two octavo volumes, con? taining iu ?*?? whole upwar?. of 1,100 pn?es, and is illus? trated by _ sp'-T-did steel Portrait of Mr. Clay, a View of his Birth place in Virginia, and a Fac Simile of one of his letters?the whole for One D...

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

?jVE-V-YOKK TRIB?NE. TBE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUJBLISKED EVERY MORNING, SIMMY EXCEPTED. At 1? N t-4??"-?*?. (oreosiTE Cm Haj :..) New?York, ???C-iivered to City Subscribers for NINE CENTS'per **^,Vk, or ?*'???? they prefer, they can n?y in adv?ice at the Deskfor six months, or a year at the same rate. Single topes TWO:CENTS. Mail Subscribers S5 Mr annum, ??(.advance; and th?_pai_t innocasecontiaaed beyond the ase for which .: is paid. Subscriptions taken ?'>?r Six j?odifference tJlowcd oa Daily Exchanges with any other Terms of Advertising. TEN LINES ? ?? k-S,( over Six,) Firsti-sertion... 50 Cents. . " f'-r ?_cii suhs.?iueiit in?irticn.25 " ?. ** for Six insertions, or oue week... $150 " -- " for Tw*E**T7-Five insertions.5 03 " -*"*** Longer .'-. i ? rtisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ?\ Very Large Taper, for the Country, 15 PUBLISHED EVERY SATUR-AY MO RM**? O l?*?elo** ?nee of TW'o DOLLARSi?era_num,inadvanc. ?tURRfACEs, Religious and Funeral...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 September 1843

THE TR1BUJNE. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, OF KENTCCET. THE EVEXINCi TKIBLXE Will be published Thi- Day at _: o'clock. It will CouU-t.Lu -ddition to the matter of the Moru?ig *-?M.r, L The New- received by the Morning Mails; 2. A summary report of the Markkt*, nuiudiug Stocks, from the day . aUta up to 1 o'clock, P. M. 3. The A.'.Kit a.-.s at our Hotels for the day. National .Vhis* Convention. It will be seen by the follow-in?; resolutions of the Baltimore City Convention that the Presi? dential Campaign for 1614 will be opened in the Spring with the spirit and energy which alone arc necessary to ensure success. The Baltimore Committee invite thither a full delegation of the young "Whigs from every section of the Union to respond to the nominations that may be made on the first of May. "We doubt not it will be re? sponded to with acclamation from every part of the Union. In their preamble they refer to the fact that the Whig Members of Congress had de? s...

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

MARRIED. O- Sunday afternoon, Sept 25, ?a the North Dutch I ?h bv Dr Browiilee, Lucius B Martin, L?.q, to Misa ? Sj??esbn, all of thi, city, late of Boston. ' On the 17th iust, in ihe Church at Persiptnr.y, N J, by CtMr Ford, Martin Hoffman Shippey, of Port Huron,) ??dne-o-t0 "-*Te *?*?**??**' <*au-?,?:"r <-?"?,('h,> A Bleecker, ils.;, ! :"f-. u?einie, Morris Co. DIED, rtaTbursdav, 21st inst. Hfsl? Eliza, daughter of At*. T ! l-jtrioo, age? 1 y*-**"? I 03 Sunday, 24th, of?:-.i.Mi-np?;. a, James Brenn&n, -mi of ?^kBrenuan, in the I9th jreai. f ins a-.-. ?.Sunday morning, 2-Uh, Laretta, wife of Netiah yf?rbt, in her 36th year. ?j ?*ui?.!ay, 24th, Catiierin-., wife of James Kemp, in her ?-:h *??'?-'? .... I "0" Sa'i'lay evening, 34th, Mrs Margaret Franklin, af^-r -. j peering illness, aged 79. SatMenly, on Sunday. 24th, in h*r 19th ye.,r, Susan H1?7?- ' hrfb,Wife of Dani.-l i.'ud.-rhil!. Oa Saturday, 23d, Robert Ding?. Esq.anold and re a?ftable inhabitant of this city, ace...

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

Geographical Science. We have acna copy of an Address of Hamilton, Esq. President of the Roya graphical Society of London, to the Soc their last anniversary meeting. It is \>-[ by an address bv the President or. the pre tion of two gold medal- awarded by th.. S< to two gcntletr.cn who had ?&tingmsl?cd selves in advancing geographical _cici.ee ?ret of these bad been voted by the Conn the Society to Lieut. J. F. A. Symo_di\ i corps of Royal Engineers, in acknowlet gi of his services in making ;-orr;c important graphical survey^ in Syria, during the year Among these services was the trianjrjrulatii the- country between Jaffa and Jen-Salem, thence to the head of the Dead S..a ; and from Cape Blanco to Safe:?, and L_.Ke lit* with intermediate triantes to connect the lines. He also by means of an eight inch theot ascertained the difference oi level between Dead Sea and the Mediterranean, and aisr. tween the Lake of Tiberias and the M?dit nean. The result of this survey was that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 September 1843

Tjmsssatma-**???*-** ^EW-YOIIK TRIHUNE. T?o*. SEW-YORK D AIL V T RIBU N E 1S PT3 BUSHED rvi-:*?V MORN?N-f?', BONDAT EXCEPTED. sViMNamtl--rT.(ori,o*lT?:CiTt H.M i..) New-York, SlSvero?! to City Subscribers foi MN.-', CENTS . ??ek,ar?ithfntha? prefer, they can ray in advance at the *SU.< VodiffeVence allowed on D .ily EYchanzej *-*?;"!? any other Tfttni of A?Teriti i n g. T?*? MNES <?r li?RS.(o?'erSix,)Firsritir-,-ii".."... ?0 On's. ? ' ?; for?mchsnb-wquiiot insertion.25 '" ? ? for Six .insertions, or one week.. .$1 ?0 " n " for TwsJ-fTV-Fivi: insertiu-ai.500 " f~f LonctwAdverti'sements at equullv favorablenx/ex, TH?: NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIB?NE ? ?/er;* Large Pa'.ier, for The '.'oustrT, is rptn.tsHr.T> Evenv ? ?.tce.oat mo ur-tr*. -.?-helo**' price nt'TWO DOLJLA rtSr-ei am.um. tr. rdvaace ":,j4RBiar;Ks, RELioiocsand FwMEBja, Notices,not ex ?fttns fs*"" line?, 2i cents. Trt i,"? ?~?~ |"> g ***.? n jv : Wcsi'VE?."! Rniirootls -Croy? ni the Went, c_c Com :, ond. iiceol The Tribu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 September 1843

THE" TRIBUNE, "Iv^???dTy, SEFTI-MB?R 27. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY?* OF XK. TTC.Y. rrjr-? City Sabscribers. who -?refer not being called up weekly fo: their ?.y for this pap*r,rr_y pay in advance i ?scnths or a year ??f the Desk cf the publishing office, and th Wiil have ?i ?.?-red promptly and .?.t an ?.rly hour. Agrlenlture anil the Tnrifl. We have laid before our readers an accounl the Proceeding of the late Exhibition of the Sfa Agricultural Society at Rod:, r, from whir they may form some judgement 01 the spirit whir. ?Urtingnishcd that great occasion. Il was, i ??/ery ro**pec.t, en occasion of mark0- -Jiportanci According to the most mod?rale C-?mates. nt lese than twenty thousand persons from th country round about Rochester were in attest anee. The gathering-, large as it was, was on almosi exclusively of practical Farmers. Tli Exhibition, to be sure, was in the midsl of o Agricultural section ; but we were not prepare' to behold an enthusiasm at once so intense an -?> in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 September 1843

MONEY IV?ARKET. Sftles nt th. -lock Kxc ?l.noo N Y7s, -t ?. ' 600 do do '49 . 4,1-00 N V 6s. '68 . '-\rx.? d?i do '60. '?.00 Ohio <>>, 'rtO. 10 000 do do . do do 2,000 6,000 5,. - 7,000 ,t07 ; 10 107 10 ?i ou- 75 97 I _) ,.b20 97 , i? do.ti> ?"? -ta do.h 10 97 .'?" do.. . . bl-5 97 I ?O do.?; 50 3,000 un sr?"<-i"-i . -.. -to i _ 1,000 do do.40J 100 do. .. .. blO -.i? o? do. -toj 625 do. . ,. blO ?'.! 100 do.blO 4JJ' -'? do.<l 41 61 -OOOl.id'dS'.it'bonds. . '?. 6.1100 do.36 ? 0,000 d;^.36j I?? 3,000 do.36} 50 2,000 Ind f. Bond-.. . . 10 0,000 do do.:.'.'? 50 3.000 do do.39? "0 20 sbrs Bk Com, scrip.. 97J 25 15 do Am F.y Bk '.. S)*-, bt> hanse? Se pi. ?i?. ?hr?. Atlantic Bank. . 7-1* .;.? Farm , Tr.. . . 2:' do i?.2l"; do Fir^m,?.;'. Jn?. .* ?y/ do Canton Co..bl6 2i?jj do do.56? ?i- d.. _?,' de, Harlem K . ..b3 l.'? 1.0OO 3,000 O.COO 7,000 2,000 .... do do do do do do do do , s90 .bi;'? do do do ,190 4". ?J ?'-?? 4-?J 43 i. 43 4: 4?' 93j 94 ..t.. . do.. do. . do.....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 September 1843

L||||Mt>||?,irr.ii,,M_v.^_t_tLUIH?i-|l? Il lili ?Hill I III. Letters from Mr. Weed...No. X Correspondence of the Aib.irjy F.v_nin_ Journal. Er.i-snt.ECH Aut'n-.i^, !"*-? Leaving my friends to extend their walk* und about Glasgow, I hastened up here for the ters und newspaper? which I hoped to find ir Home. Nor were these hopes disappointed. letters, with files of the Evening Journal, Ar; and Tribune, had been forwarded from Lorn bv the Barings, whose attentions and kindnc.r ail Americans are too proverbial to render poor acknowledgements of any sen-ice to th? The afternoon and evening were joyfully devc to the reading of these welcome missives. W the exception of a single " Commercial Ad* tiser" at Dublin, and a file of the '?Courier ? Entrnirer" at Belfast, I had been three we? withoul newspaper?. This, for one who svas but cradk-d in a Printin-/ Office, and to wh< newspapers had been a daily aliment for m< than tliirtv vears, was a long fast. Edinburgh ?a emphatically a B...

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

NEW-YORK TIUBUJVE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EV-RY MO-MNG, SUNDAY EXCEPTED. it [60 Na?*-"*'-*1? (? rroanr. C-nxil ur ? ) Nkw Y;??.*., ?"_deliveretl to City Subscribeni fot NINE CENTS ;-. meek or wl?n they prefer, die. can t**y in advance ? the rv-kfor ?is mon_?, ora year ?t tit? saine rate. Siuirl? eowes TWO CENT?. Mail Subscribe?$5perannum, m advance: ?nd the j.njH-r in no can*? continu??.! b~y n! *! ? Sne for which it m paid. Subacrirvtious ui.ru for Sis Nodiierenct allowed ou Daily Excliangea with ?i> other ^>1<S' Terms of Ad.ertising. TEN LlNIfiS ?-riens, (overSix,) Fimiusertion... 00 Cen?. .?" " fortMch subsequent it?w?ion.26 " >? " for Six l'usertioiis, or one win?k... .1 50 " e " for Twe-tv-Fi?/_ insertions.>0?) " try Loc*Ter Advertis-inenii ..le-jei?.Iv far or able ratea. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large I'.per, for t i? o Cou ut 17, is runi.isMKD evert Stirnen 310 rut IT? G ??{nelowpricoof TWU L?OLLAR. i.?.? annum, in advant e ^.uriaces....

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

iii-iMMiiii i- ?ggggggSBB??????Bl??BSS?SSS??^ ___-_? TRIBUNE THCESDAY MOR: _:-.<.., SEPTEMBER ? HENBY CLAY, O? ??.-iTUt?T r .y D?mocratie .Vlviir Senatorial Conven tion?-l.v-t DI.lRlCT-AtameetillKOl ib., t_?t.. ::od hele* on tht _.:? day of October, ISi?, the following reso latioti was adop'ed: " Rcsohtd. l'ha: th* r__t S-*n??to-*U? Convention of th ?Jui.iu b- held -.t the i"fo_;?A -> Hoas?- "in Le ti'.y of -N?-?* Vor?. O- ti.e ?c.-iid 1 .1- -?, of Uc ob?i, ?-13. -i". .*?.?? clocl; M. aud tlwt tie? Ch_J-_?i a*w s__ *?*..?.;. ?v dueno-ceU_R?? r,f." lgjsek.1 b?nson. chaui _. ASAJXStcz, ??-c.'tw-v. The gub-Tr.asury ?H-iie, The following ib the concluding declaration o? the Resolutions adopted by the Van Buren meet? ing in the Park : '?Xevw-abandoaing an honest ?asue.-brcaase when first pre-nrted, the public mind _*_ not be prepared for it, w asaio present it, determined ih.-.t it sLv! _linterw -.?? ? in th. est-blished policy of ?lie country. - e go tot the we???-* Md its ottfJ-i...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 September 1843

llffl'ffj,"ffl?? Shooting. A grey-haired man, by the name 0f Patrick Rush, formerly an officer ofthe Crim- ] inal Court, yesterday piT'-tr;it<:-? .- most cruel and ?' UDn_tiiml deed, by shooting hin wife. From the circutnstanc.es attendiiiir the melancholy transae- \ tion, it api-?ars he did it with intent to kill, as he ; ?ras' armed with two rille barrel pistols. The ! wound, though of a dangerous character, is not ' mortal. Ruth was arrested by a police officer, ! and is now in custody. Jealou.*-y is said to be the | provocation ?1 tin*? unmanly und dastardly achieve ment. [N. O. Tropic. - ? "3VM. - Schooner Sunk.?Tiie steamer Rochester came in collision with the schooner Equator, on Saturday night, some where near Conneaut, an?', sunk her. The Equator was from Detroit, and had on board 1,200 barrels of flour, consigned to yiesars. Waring, Stockton ?_ Co. and B.e?:her & Co. A portion of the c ir?ro has been taken ofl and brought to this port. LJuiTalo Adv. MONK*- JVlAttK?T...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 September 1843

letters from _lr. Wrert.... No, XIII. Coneiponceac*. of th ??!.*_, y ? vetan-* Jou*..? M-iRO-it:, .?cctland.) As;. 13, 1. W_ left Edinboro' in the ? Chevey Cl Coach this morning, and at 11 were set do. the ' George Inn,' . ielrcse. The distance i mues, over a smooth M'Adam road, and ihre a diligently tilted, but not fertile soil. At hall past 12 we left for Abbotsfori*, i nriika from the village of . ielrosc. Abbotsfoi concealed from view by a young, but cense im until you approach within ten rods of it, bea tying a sequestered valey at the foot of a grac declivity, und within one hundred yards of river Tweed. The mast-ion and -?--round-, so as their architecture and picturesque beau _re concerned, owe their existence to the taste 'ndustrv of tiieir late illustrious proprie t-).-, WaLxeb Scot?, who found health, relaxation inspiration in ihe agricultural, arbori?ultural i floral employment of a conniderabJe portion ot ! i me. Most of the ? rocs win eh are ne w afford .?*. grateful s...

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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