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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 September 1843

I "TT" /?aJlSrllVtT?! -J.fil ??**?? ""-tJiV.or ? year at thesaiiie rile. Suss;!, <T3. Mail Sub*crib?j*.$? per annum, ...e paper in no c?* connuaed Deyoud the ??- f?rmlich it i? pa'd- Snbactjptioni ukeu for Sit NEW-YOUK TRIBUNE. THENKW-VORK DAJI.Y TRIBUNE 13 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNIN?, SL'NUAV EXCEFTED. *Jd?livered to City Snbscr.bera lor M>r. ChN 1 a j, rwk for sit m?nth>. ? 5?TWO CENTS tune for which Hup Sodiir*'r*'UCf allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other plP*?- Terms'",f Advertising. TEN fclNES 6rl??s((<?verSi?,?FirstiB*ert?on...5CC??nt5. ,,' " for each subsequent insertion.2j " h ?? fur Six insertion;., or o:.e Week.. . $1 jO " ? " for TwEr?TT-Five insertion*.ion " w-? Loni*f Admtiseineu?i at equaliv favorable ratex THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ? Very-Large Paper, for the Country, IS rt/BLISMVI) EVERT SATCTRPXT Mon \!?ig ?jth* ]ow price ofTWO DOLLAKSrei annum, iiiadvancc jjARRiA?5Ks, KELiGioi-sand Funkral Not:ci.?, no: rx ^eiffiVtf lm-s. 2j cents._ _ _ ^vTHE TRJ B U ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 September 1843

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29. FOR PHESITiENT. HENRY CL.AY, OF SKMTCCXV. 'CT Democratic Whig Senatorial Conven tion-FIKSr. D13TRICT-A: a meeting of this ( onveu; don held on the ISth day of October, 1SU2. the following reso lution was adopted: .... Resolved. That the nest Senatorial Conten.io n ?ofth. Uutnct be Wd at the Broadway House in ihe Cit> ot >*w York, on the second TuevJay of Octol^r, 1813.-t .2? rlork, %??that the "^^Mii^mo^c^T E.AuniA.N-cr. Sect?tap._ i2s ?Sorilurii Ohio?Soil, Product?, &c Akron?Manufacture?-Great WAter Power, dt-c. Editorial Corre?pond<-nee of Thf Tribune. On THr. Ohio, Saturday. Sept. Ti, 1813 1 have- been rambling of late through some portion? of Ohio, as yet the most thrifty, pro? ductive and beautiful of the States of the Gnat Valley They tell me that there ;s more fertile -oil farther West?that the Prairie States arc more inviting and more bountifully reward the slight toil of the husbandman. 1 dispute nothing of this, for I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 September 1843

passenger* Arrived i the ship Florida, lm Antwerp-Mr Dean lady and JfdtMUstH-ik.n.M,.s H Hsu..n,.M.s.hearrman Mr ??fU, M: C Hoag, Mr Ernstein, Mrs A Bohma, and 1.3 ,?'??-? -_ MAR?NEJW_RNAL. PORT OF NEW-YORK. SEPT. 29, 1843. MINIATURE ALMANAC?THIS DAY._ .--fhTSuir ! The Moon. I Full Sea. Rises.5 55 ! Sets^S 4". ? Rises, morn 10 0 . Morning. . . . ?" Latest Dates. j . August 13 I Havre.August 18 ?J^rpoos".".'.'. -. August 1?? | New-Orleans.Sept 19 ??" Cleared. n./barU Johann, George Uordon. Bremen, Oelrich U i-raelr Fr bark L'Aigl?, S-igoette, Roehelle, A S"?gr.ette; Vatbs?ie. Snow. NOifean., J Ogden. Brbri-T Hope, Farrell, St Johns, Stokes !? \v ?thering. Sehr? Ontario, Vinal, Cnraeoa, Bowen, G.-azen k ( o; Alexandria, Lewis, Baltimore. Sturges it Clearman. Arrived. 5j,jp Florida, Devries, 38 ds ftn Antwerp, with mdze to <?ariine U Co. Bri" J W Huntingotn, Kingsbury, 45 ds fm Ghent, in ba! jut toBarclay i? Livingston. g.,e September, Daw?e, 4 ds fm Kingston, M ..-, with 200 qd.? c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 September 1843

The Cherokee Xatlon-Orlgin of the T>lfi cxalTie? la that Nation?Formation oft! Rossand Treaty Partien-Bitter Hostil tie?, ote. No. i Correspoiideitce of The New-York Tribune. . PiTT?Bckc, ?September 10,18C The recent intelligence from the Cherokee > tion recall? to mind some things concerning tf p-cople which, as I have thought they may pro interesting to your readers, I shall take the pai to put on paper. . I lived for some time in t_h Nation, and, boing somewhat inquisitive ai curious, used my eyes and ears, and occasicnal my tongue, to learn what I could of their histoi Since I left it, I have been surprised ul the igr ranee prevailing in the Northern States respectii tliem. Their present circumstances, acvanceme in civilization, &c, seem quite unknown to p< sons otherwise intelligent, and in a general w? familiar with the affairs of foreign countric The contrast bet* .tn them and their neighbor the Creeks, across the Arkansas River, is so r markabie one cannot help ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 September 1843

i NEW-T??K TRIBUNE. Jg XKVs'-YORK DAILY TRIBUN F. IS PUBLISH! EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY BXCEPTED. ., iM NasisC-st.(ofpOsits Citv Hai & K^X??" ??faSmed '-" City Subscribers'/or NINECEN is, ??sek or vhen therW?. tU>' csn Pr '" =l'Jv"fncM* ?|l ' r?A for six month?, or a year at the sarna- rate, bini ?^l TWO CENT?. Mail Subscribers Si per anno _sdtMCe; and th..pap* innocaae.con?uued beyond t y. f0r which it is pa:u Subscriptions taken for S ^difference allowasd on Daily Etchanges with any otl ?*1*1' Terms Of Advertising. TfS LINES or le?*, (overSi?.?FirstiAsemon.. .50 Can .. ?? for each subsequent insertion.26 " ? ? for Six iuserf ?ons.or oi.as week... $1 SO ' ? " for Twje^tv-Fiv?-. ?.?ierticms.600 " r~" Lour?' Advertisement? at equally farorablr rate*. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE \ Very Larr.e Paper, for the Conntry, ii rr?!t.t?Hcr> F.vrnv SATcnnav Honni!*?. ?.rhelowpricf of TWO DOLLARS pe? a^uum. m ad van Vaustv-C?. RJtLioiorsand Fckzra- NoTicsB.nc.t. ??aC five lises. 25 cent*. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 September 1843

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30. FOR PRESIDENT, r n?moer*tlc Whig Senatorial Coat en- j , ,?r-KIR9 f I>1H 1RICT-At a meetis* at this i. on.eo SShdd Sfhe 15th day of Octobei. IS*, *e lollowwg r=*o lution was adopted: " ,. F?*ire?. Tha: th* next Senatorial Convjnti?i of this ..^W^ld at the Broadway House in me City of New- | ft*. We published a paragraph yesterday stating the sur. ?nance of a coffiinumcatioa censuring the Trustees ol th* ? District Schools in the First Ward for mismanagement, md ? expreaxiu?the opinion that if the charges were trae,*?- , fonn waa needed. One of the School Commission*? of the Ward. With a mulirer* and courtesy we cannot sufficiently admire, -.as informed the ?Editors of the Commercial Ad rertise- that the .tateme? Was 'a lie out of whole cloth.' As he r. ut not thought it worth hi? while to come near our offic- s?e cannot jttdge Low much credit his very amiable ?gmtradiation ?taerv'** ?? " ?>? Juit. however, to say that the Trustees o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 September 1843

CITY INTELLIGENCE. Court Calendar.?This day?Circuit Court. fiOS. 96. ^9. 32. 36, 36, 40, 49, 50, 61, 52, 55, 69, 61, 62, 63. 64 65, 67, 6S, 69. Commo> Pleas?Monday?Nos. 06, ISO,59, 61, 45,31, 10,41,17. '??, ?0._ Boako ot Supervisors.?The .Mayor in the Chair. This Board met Iist evening and adopted, with some trilling amendment.?, the Report of the Comptroller in rela? tion to raising las..-* for the current year. The Boaid then adjourned to Tuesday n< *.:. CiRcriT CotRT.?Before JuuVc Kent. Edwin I irr,on \.s. AUeu Miner?-Thedefendant refused tc pay balance on a coulract for building a house in Henry street, on the gri und that the house was injured by fire before it was completed, and that the contract was made w ?th mo? ther. The Court held th?t an assignment of a contract is valid against an owiierwhere he has been made acquainted with it, and that the risk of fire is with the owner a., i- g irds the solid portion of a building. Charles B. (-.iiniiss vs. Arris Hall.?Twelve y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 September 1843

oisrr'*f_x_ii_vi_?mB?,s___?_-?^^ The American Tariff. We have- read with much interest an h on the subject of the Taairr, in the Pt ... nia Hou?; of Representativrs, by Edw Joy lMoa?.:s, of Philad*Iphia. We ai.-: atten ? the loUowing conducting passages: I shall it'll pursue this discussion farther, cept to rianc?-at the giti of tiic whole arguu: against the 'i' ?r.il? :. ?_. the old exploded doctr that it taxes the consumer for the bern?t of tnufacturer. A complete refutation of I . irgc Is to be found in the descending price Am ?.-. goods since the imposition of t.he ' ruT. iSei'irt- 1816, the pria- o? a yard of co: shirting was 35 cents, and the wages of a. fa ry boy 50 cents per week; nov.\ the sarne si ing is sold for 6 cents a yard, and the trage? the operatives have risen to ?2 per week- Th before the Tariff, the factory boy could buy o one yard and 4-1? for his week's work ; un the burdens of the protective system, for weekly labor he duvb 33_ ptrds, thus provi that ;:. effe...

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

NEW-YORK TRIB?NE TH? NEW.YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED. 'f . .? oriVH.ir ^ dW?une rate. SiiikI TWO CENTS? Mail Subscriber* $5 r*r annum ^del^-rred to Gil) ^^^.'???.?.?Iva.hv ai rh. Dtsk 'Swo cEvf? Mai' Subtcnbta?? Ptsri c0pli r.l.?n'd r'iiV l.awr iunoicanscoutinoed bttyomUh* ;^^!.USu^cr?,,,u8 takeo (or Sfc *odlferenci- allofl ?d on D.i,l> Exchauaes w it!, any othw f"' Terms of Adv#rtisii?K. ?MEN LINES or leas, (over Six,) Firstinsex?o?... M Cent?. ii ? for Stx insertions,or one AT*ek... $1 50 " ? " for TwRNTYrFjvx insertions.500 ^ Locxtr AdvertttemeutJ at eqaallv favorable rates. THE NEW-YOHK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Lars*' I'ajier, for the Country. I> pfBLl>Hr.I) EVERY SATURDAY MORNING ifthtlovf I'rict- ot TWO DOi.LARS?eraunum. in advance A^jlKR,a<;K5, KkLK.IOI S. tuii KuNERAL NOTICES', UOl CJC fivr Una. 2J Ct-ilts. _ E TU I ISDN K. Jlitrratn Xcticc. jai Knickerbocker, for October, 18-13. New-York: John Allen, 139 Nassau-st This is in the m...

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

j_8B__g__M_____jj Ml* M<j _ ^^y^Tll^^^9^ THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2. FOR PRESIDENT. ~1 or xj.stccei : >- Democratic AVhif; Senatorial Couren tion?KIKSl' DISTRICT?At a meeting ol Uro Convea donhrld on the 15th day of Octet* r, ?42, the foilowniB revo? lution was adopted: , " ?eso/i td. Thu th* next Senatorial Convention of tiro District b* h-dd at the Broadway Rouse in the ?- ity of >?? V..rk. on the second Tuesday of October, 1813, a: 120 e M. and that the Chairman ?ml Seer et an? PJ^duenoticeth o?? EGBERT BEN S>0>. (--hairmsiii. E. A?BJA>tK, Secretary. <t7~ Democratic WhiK General Committee. a Mating ?f th'- Conwmu* wiU ^ ^ J'lJk New \ ork. Sept. 30, Jw j. t *" 5? % ^H"S?? I Secretaries. c2 2t N. G. Brspko*_P?_ im[m _. The Young Men's National Convention. The call for a National Convention of Whig Yomig Men, to respond to the nomination by the Ealtimore Convention, of Whig Candi? dates for President and Vice President, meets with a'iicarVy response ...

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

MONEYJVIARK.ET. *ale? at trie Stock Exchange, Sept. 30. 000 Gov'tii.b3 103 :?? .'.!>... i Amern '600 Ohi? ?s, '50.?fi '-' doNatiOffalB.bl6.10U j oo0 Ohio 6s, "60.96 ! 1" do Statt Bank.. . . .'ooo do do.3-5] ~5 Farm Trust Co .b30 . 5*000 do do_blO 96 { 10 do Ohio L StT ... 91J ,0*000 do do. . . .t'M (l> -I?) d.< Mt-c BkgAs:.o.. 88* 5*000 do do-620 96 ; 60 do Canton Co-2?| 3*000 do do.96 25 do do.b;i0 26' 2*000 do do.96f 125 Harlem RR. Ii i'm IHiuois 'TO.40*] 50 do do.?3 40} 5*000 do do ....HO 40| 125 do do.40j '4,000 do do. . . . slO 40?j 15 do do.40* 4000 do do. . .. b3o 41 I 16 do dc.40} 2000 do do.s69 40J 50 do do.b3 i0\ 5000 do do.630 if' 60 do d..sGO 40* 1 8000 do do.b3 41 ? 5 do UticaR.U9r 5*000 do do-*60 40J100 do L 1 RR. . .WO 63:' 5/riX) do do.*46 40> 200 do do.62? 2*000 Indiana.btnv 30 400 dc do.62; 5*000 do do. 39 200 do do.s90 524 5*000 do do.1)2 39 .100 do du.b30 52| j'oOO do do.b3 39 25 do Paterson.66 5*000 do do.3S.' 50 do d.s30 66 2*000 Ky 6*.S9*j 25 do Sl...

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

Letters from Mr. Weed .... .No. XXIII. Correspondence of tlx- Albany Evening; Journal. MtLBOSE, Sunday, Aug. 13. No brighter sun ever rose to bless and beautify the Earth, than that which dawns upon this Sab. bath morning. Nor is it possible to breathe an atmosphere inure bracing and balmy than that which refreshes and gladdens our spirits. The view from Eildon Hill at the foot of whicii Mo? rose reposes, is one of surpassing beauty. Every object within the vision's reach has been made classic by tho inspirations of Poetry and Romance. Beyond the Tweed the Hills of Ettrick and Yar? row are seen. Upon its banks the ruined Abbeys of Melrose and Dryburgh yet lift up their broken towers and crumbling walls. And in ever/ di? rection you identify points, or features, or objects, with which the imagination had been made fa? miliar either in 5 Marmion,' the 1 Monastery,- or ' St. Ronan** Well.' On our return from Drtborgh Abbey yester? day, wc learned that there was to he Preaching to-day i...

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

"SfEW-YOKK TRIBUNE. rr^\VEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED x every morning, SONDAT excepted. it J60 NassaC-st. (orrosn eCity Haj . ) Nkw-Youk . ^elivorfii to City Sub?cnbeni tor MINELE.N j S> pel *^d- or when prefer, they can pay to advance -it the ?5k for ?is months, ora year at the wme rate. Jungle TWO i'FN'T^ Mail Subscribers S!> per annum, ? dvait-; and the paper in no case couth aed beyond the jfpj, for wnich it i? paid. Subscriptions taken lor Si> ^difference aUowed on Da;!y Exchanges with any other pijer. Terms of Adv er Using. tv\ LINES or less;(over Six,) Firstinseruon. .; 50 Cents. .i fat each subsequent uuertioa.2j ? <? for Six insertions, or oneweek.. .$150 " ,t ?* ~ for Twk.nty-Kive insertions.-03 " hon<?r Advertisements at equally favorable rale*. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE 4 Vor.' Lar^e Paper, for th- Counirj, h mjb1.ished every saturday morning ittheio-* price of TWO DOLL A KH:>er annum: in adv^jjee \URau<;e*. RKt-KiiovsHud Funeral Notices, not...

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

_THE TRIBUNE^ "TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 3. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, 0 V KENTCCCV. K7" Democratic \V lite Senatorial Convex) tlon?FIUSl DISTlUCT^At a meeting oftta Convex tion held on the lith day of ?cto?er. 18!2, the following resfl !n,iion was &dot/"d: "'Resolved. That the next Senatorial Convention ofjthi Distuct l>e h-ld at the Broailwij Hons* in 'Jie City ol New York, on the second Tuesday of October, is;3.'itj2 o'clock M. and that the Chairman and Secret iry give diu notice there of." EGBEKT BENSON, Chairman. E. AoBiawce, Secretary. s2s rr~7" Democratic Wliig General Committee A Meeting ?1 this Committee will he held|on Tuesdaj Ev^nsnr. 0<-t. 3d, at the Brd idw iv House; at 7i o'clock. New York. Sept. 30. 1S13. . PHILIP HO.NK. Chairman. fJTJ- J. W. Joob is the only "authorised agent for the Dai? ly aud Weekly Tribune in Hartford. Post-Office Reform. Wc have repeatedly urged upon the public at? tention the absolute necessity of reforming, in essential points, the; P...

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

CITY INTELLIGENCE. Court Calendar.?This day?Circuit Court. ^jjps-40, 50. 1.43, 44, ?2, 6?, 70. 71., 72, 75, -6, .7,7-, 7" 1^ 33 S4 SJ?, 8G. Suprri. 'r Court- Pfci ??, 6, '*. ~r>. *~> l', 1~. 2?> 21. 23, U 20. 23, 29, 36. ^Common Pleas?Nos, 59, 61, 45, 41, 17,58, 50,7, 124, im 13, 15, 23. 1 1 - Monday, Ocl 2. T_T. S. Commissioner's Office.?James Ste? reoton, of the barque Louisa, was examined for an attempt to create a revolt, but the testimony being insufficient, h' discharged. Circuit Court.?Before Judge Kent. Ott II fr Co. is. Elias Fountain?'.MM galls whisky had hj^,, furnished to plaiutifis by defendant, (who resides in Michu*ao) in payment of a biil off goods. The whisky was lower proof than bad been tf^reed upon. The plaint:tl jued for the whole amount instead of giving credit for what fci fcvea 'eCeired, which was fatal. Verdict for defendant. Court of Common Pleas.?Before Judge fjLJHOEFltK ?n*!tr 4" Eoley vs. Janie Jlrxant end Ftrd* Fintels-? To test whether defenda...

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

For The New-York Tribune. TARA. by john AUGUSTUS S1IEA. QiiisgeatuJEweadum,quis Trojjae sm eiat orhei Virtatesqoe,virosauc, nttanti incemita belli.?Vitt Who knows u<>t of Tara?the 1 ? ,-ad ? The virtues, the glories, the woes of her race. And the thuader-bolti, launched from Um d ? lh-1 id?a cl ? That made her fnr a^s a desolate place*! Oh! was not tliat shout upon Tara of Xiu^<, On that day when dor Pe< pie stood up in their might, JLik" th? rapturous burst of a thousand strong rilla From bondage and darkness to fieedom and light' My faith in raj country, thougliardent as fbine, Hath witness'd its triumph!?her People are stdi As faithful tS Freedom?her nature a.id name As when her own Kin;; were enthroned on that hill In that day was thy Future, my Country! unroll'd? A Future undreamed of for aces befor; ? When in through its light, as throngh portals of gold, We saw Years of delight trooping on to thy shore. And the martyrs stood round them-the martyrs v. bose du Has m...

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

l^EW-YORK TRIBUNE. JSkW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED T EVERT mornw?, sunday excepted. ija delivery to Lit ^ J*?c, , nav in advance at the ^ or w h<theyprefer, the, ca ^ sin CENTS^ Mail Suhsoribe.sSiperannnrn, ^Ssjice- the paper in no case continued Wond?ie fei1 ?Vieh it i'S- Subscriptions taken for Sn sJifference atlowrd on Daily Exchanges with any other pi?*?' Terms of Advertising. _??t r rv'VS o'l<Ms.(overSi"x,) Firstinaemon... 50 Cents. TEN tl7iM ror?chsnbsequent insertion.. - ... 25 ? ? fwr Six insertions,or on* wvek.. . ?1 50 " for TwRNTT-FlVE insertions..... .5 00 iozxst Advertisements atetjtiallv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE a Very Large Paper, for the Country, rs pobwshed every satueday moeihso a-Iaw price of TWO DOLLARSi?eranut:m.inadTancf -Him?*??. REM?ioBsand Fvrebax Notices, not ex J^ivchn^. Z, cents._ ^TBETRI IUJNE._' ss^reion correspondence op the tribune. &lim$ses of Huron e.No. III. by a traveling new-yorker. From our Special Corresponden...

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

THE TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, of xv.nttjckt. KT" Democratic Whlfr Senatorial Conven? tion?FIKS i DISTRICT?At a meetm< of this Conven? tion held on the lirh day of Uctober, 1342, me following reso lation adored: " Resolved. That the next Senatorial Convention of this District be held at the Broadway Hoose u the City of >?? York, on the second Tuesday of Ocrobei, 1813, at i2 ocock, M. and that the Chairman and Secret *rv zav~due notice there 0f.?' EGBERT BENSON. Chairm.-n. K. ADaiattcr. Secretary. _ ?28 7TJ~ General Committee of Democratic Vtfnifr Young Mess.?A several m-etin.: of this Com? mittee will be heldat th- Broadway House.on Thursday fc-i e n.og, 5th lost-. ^^DDl^OS DOUGHERTY. Chairman. u' LAT,L0B' i SWrretaries. ,24 JaJCs.1 B. Stra.tr?. S ^m _ !L7- In Democratic Whig General Com? mittee. Broadway House, October3,.1M3-The following Resolntior.% w. rennanimonsly adorwd : Resoled, 1 hat it be recommended w the Democratic Wh.g FlVcror...

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

. r??,?,,, _Tn arremnt to raise the reputation cebbi^c s Cordial.-lo *?mpi -^Wof Dyspepsia, and rrS^ell known rnedicine for the cunoi , j g ,? variety of Nervous Dueases,u-Jgg^V^^^S Si of Appe? i-diridu**-1. ms V^^^27fJ^J&?V^^ practised in th *[?t ' ' ia the .tape of cure-aUs, tha? ptr-ai?.^ i't ? , ev?.rsOgood, the asser'iou <>l a re ?^iTJScai^l??*^ rh*' h,,m''u' ^"l'.tion, to ^SJSSl?KSi! confidence in it. With Uns yiew, gjff the (??' ?^ exce hail recommend.t.on: fe!J&fSfrS?Col. F. H. Elmore, ex-Membei of Con Cm01 *^ aCtu il President ol the Bank of the State ol bouth jSiina, dated charleston, July 13. 1813. \t C C SebRJN?: Dear Sir?It gives me pleasure to reply ?Lr inouirie.? concerning yonr Restorative Cordial. Wi iL ttywl it for more than a year in my lomily, aud have fcififcaa efficacious and ns*ful mediciue. In averting and i ?inir n-rvous anu dyspeptic head .che. it has proved very ?uble aud ia comp aints among my children they have ^rteiiCed' much benefit from ...

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

The fotlowiusr sublim- Ode. to the StJPEEME Being, is translated from the Russian. It was written by one of their most dUuhenlah^J Ports. * De zhanu.' This Od- is said to have been uan?l.ted into tin < ; i . and Tartar ?written on rich -ilk, an A suspended ui the Imperial Palace at Pekiu. The Emr* !r.,r ol J 1 ai- i: translated into the J - pancse,e^nbroiderVd in gord, ?u l bun;.* in the Tern, le ot Jed do. Ic i? jerao'fTtnjs u> learn thisi diese nations h*ye done therhselrea the honor, to bestow sucb praise cu this noble composition. - GOD. O Thotj Eternal 0\t.! whose presence bright AH space doth occupy?all motion guide; Unchanged thro' Time's all-devastating flight, Thou only God ! There is no God beside. Being above ali beings! Mighty One ! Whom "none can comprehend, and none explore ; Who filPst existence with Thyself alone ; Embracing ali?supporting?ruling o'er? ^ ? Being whom we call God?and know no more! In its sublim;: research, Philosophy May measure out the Ocean de...

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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