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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 June 1841

B Y HOR A C E G R E E L E Y. PRICE OIVE CE^'T. _u M. I i Hl I I I 'I III i M ES SAGE. X? tkr Smelt and llovst "f RtfrtttKttttiztt of f'nittd Statt* : Fkmow Citizens : Vou have been assembled in your re spective hall? of legislation under a proclamation bearing tie signature of the illustrious citizen who was so lately i ailed by die d-.rect jnurages of the people to the discharge of the im? portant function* of iln-ir chief Executive office. Upon the expiration of a single month from the day of his instal? lation be has j>a;il the great debt of Nature, leavingbehind iumianarnc/ Bssotnated with the recollection ot numerous bencjts conferred upon the country, during o lone life of patriotic devotion. With thi- public berenvement are con? nected other considerations which will not escape the fitter tion of Congress. Tbc preparations iKcessnry for his re? moval to the Seat of Government, in view of a residence of four years, must have devolved upon the late President heavy' expenditu...

Publication Title: New-York Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 June 1841

T H E T RIBUN E. NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JT SE 2, 1841 XT For President'-. 'Ifwajf ??<? Jir-l pnae. I ; For < ity iMfelKstence ?co ln?t pajr. {?7* We have no aditional advice* from Washington h tbeF.Nj.res? whxh brought the Message, hat a nanor tht. Mathew >t. en nr. Clark was elected Clerk ?f th House. Hon. Johji Whitx, of Ky.. i- of coarse speaker. T. S. We have our ad-ices by the Editor's Mai!. Hon Mr. White was elected Speak? ?? -be first rWlot, havrng 12] votcsW*f221. H. A. Wise 8, Jos. Lawirn". . ,. 5. other Whigs 2 John W. Jones, (OppO "i Clifford 1. ? , ,,,, , , Mr. St. Claim Clarke (Whig) was elected C lerk on the fourth ballot, by the Lcxtc-Focovotes, havmg 128 votes to .,7 or F. 0. J. Smith. 6 for H. A Garland, and ID for R C . Mason, Whig. On the first ballot, F. 0. J. Smith 90, Ciatk :JC, Mason 13. H. A. Garland (Opp.) 81. Mr. MTCeos of this City tried to have Mr. Trues styled die 'Acting President' by the House, but his speech and mo? tion were voted down...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 June 1841

.?TIF POINT AND TBK bjlwiia? f^lVL b?t.-Th.- delightful PIr.-u.ur- Gmund* at Hobok. v. ^ TT ,7,1uiTo complete orj, r, and. havinr b-cn rauch improved. Th? ck.! and shndy -Ik- ?indoor for a ""T ,3".,nfo-t..r,k.of Iba mar"'-- Hudson, offer a pl.-a.ant i??5 .retreat from the hot and dusty pavement, of the city. ?"if-''"i. . astle Point (which arc still open to the pubiir) com j ?',?.ive ?nd beautiful prospect, embracing at a glance the L?te)'d.'. .-d ..... ?nd enlivened with .N gliding b, T ..on on .t? i"?-,t"n ; *"'tv- W1,h numrr"u' ?]>"<??? "tant hum or id bu.y inbabiunu; while the river, whitened ,h Ixii. ti |o*tin tke distance beyond the to^ennf palnrade?,prc Z-al.air alO'Cher a ?"ue lovely beyond dc-criptiou, nud of it-kind uneqoulcd^ ^ ^ ^ shaded walk, pretrrted from the r .v of th'sun b'v a irove of noble oaks, visiter* may descend i:t a few M u sun . c?__jiu(j- where, on moderate terms', are furnished re f ' .wiltVnV the be., kind, .....I suitable to the NMson. The ferry....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 June 1841

C'ln 3ittdligcncc. Reported f?r the No*-York Tribune. Court or Common Pf_*A?CtJe?lex for tin* day, 1 oe - ?Fin* Part: 137* 13''. .r-7, 169, 13'.. 7. 51, 07, ?j, 7y, 13h, 193. 197. 195. 201. Second Part: 254; 0e. 3?. 40. SB, 5?. SO. 62, 104, 104 139 ' I 0?. ISO. 1G2, 173, 126, 236, 10. 52, 74, 190, 13?, 1?2, 154, }'.':. 230, 234. Cotrkt ><t Srn Semioss, Tuesday.?Before Judge Lvnch and Aldcrnem Balis and Timp-on. John Tavlor, colored man. was tried for stealing ?> ? tall bag ccnrtaiJing $12 fr.er. William H. Heyl: Adjudged r iiir and t<> the Penitentiary for >> month-. . ?. J?-er,h Marooney, a boy, stealing cotton from bates ta > ? street wharf: Guiltv, and romnndod for sentence. Charles Bates, colored, assault and battery on Benjamin Gurnet- : Gu?tv, penitentiary C raswtns, John ToWn, Mealing a hair trunk from Andrew \ .t/^rald : Guilty, penitentiarv 60days. . , .... ?. Jc-sejfh Moroski", assault and fcttcry on John Winu : City Prison '?} days. , Eliza Blake, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 June 1841

l> Y II O R A G E G R EELE Y. PRICE ONE CENT. Tins new-yom n\3jm fViH be published every moraine, (Sundays exempted.) at No. 3ti Ami-street, New-York. AnJ delivered to City Subscribers tor Out- Cent pi r copy. Mv.t Suutewbert, *l per miuimii in advance; otherwise TO TilK ADVERTISING PUBLIC, ?jig^ fcoo&of securing a wide and general Advertising piuroaape, lti f?v?n-of our friend* ?iV. lie inserted till further notice at tiic fol |<assr]ag reduoed rate., riy.: f"r bach AOVKaTisonurr or Tfrelre.Koes or lew(over sitf), first insertion.. ?H> et*. Do i'ir ear1, subsequent m-ertiun. ?85 De, f-ir **jx insertion*, or -hp week.?W 4W D.) for Xtvctitjr-llve insertions, or one montii. ?5 Longer Adverti cments ai equally fkroraWe rate?. For Vive line*, bah* the abore rate- s Tw o lines, one-fourth of . tne?.- rates?parable in all cases in sdvauee. BABCGAi:VS I.V HATS AND The missel ibci woald rest*ictfell* inform his friends and llie iblle generally, thai be bos now oaba*Klr?uitabl?f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 June 1841

T H E T R \ B L: N E, NlTVV-YORK, THI'RSDW M0RINT>'G, JUNE?, 184L TT For City lmtelH*ence ece firsit r?a?r The Tomb of Harrkos.?The remain-* of f>m Harri? son will leave Washington on the 10th inst. for Ohio. in charge of Hon Jacob Burnrt. for fifty years the compatriot anrl besom friend of our lawn ted President Tlx? *??*? huri-d on a natural mon.nd at North Bend- cohoBjOtne an extensive prospect, on the Beautiful River, and ovcrloor.mg part, of the Ihre- States of Ohio, Kentucky arid Indiana, by ? hose People out late Chieftain in life was so nobly cW,*it od arid ?<> warmly loved. The Pbtstowt's Mr-^-c left Washington by express train at 3 minute* to ? o'clock on Tuesday, and reached thi? citv nt VS min Utes pun '> the same evening, having tra versed thef'distance id 9 hours and \?: snimite*, although de? layed by pas ing through the cities of Baltimore, Philadel phin, Trenton ami New-Brunswick; beside several smaller place-, and crossing the Susquehannaand Hudson l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 June 1841

THE NEW WO HI, P. A X(W Enlarges! Quarto Volnwe. C0>:?!*"isf; THE MUST. WEEK IH JULY. The Third Velum- of the Qn**ro form of the NEW WORLD ?ill ??gnseocc on the 3d of July. when it wilJ I? mn-h enlarged, and four ?Jumn, even on each page, ins* ad ..f three. tasking s-;?y-four col ?ein? of.-h.-oce readme, without any usovase in the [.re e. -New Vol ii i?ov? beeio on the 1st of July and 1st of January making am?* will wwej > .... , two in each year, of H? Ra?? ea< h, -.<? - hi - haaoaon 1 ilia t>gc and ao-p?o?'? lnd>* ?* *,4*'M The Xrw Woaxo studiously avoids ?11-parry politics, and :< <-on ousted on priaopiesef th< strictest morality: Noprorace'or itapro per ??et, n.'vulr'ir iliu-io:i. ad irreligious seacuaeat, i- allowe I to its pi?". Reveres e of mid reaped to Mat c....-i a it always.? The rule of the Edrtor i? never t? pobrhjh a nc wMca 1 b w >?:'?! hes ^aflf an eej?t aloud an th* hearing of virtuou i a .'. iutelligeui females. Tin* ih* New Wok: :?ii ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 June 1841

F-t>io lb* lvt Di MAT, TUE REFORMER A LECTUtE. UY RALPH WALDO EHERSO> I do not w ih to be ah-urd and p'-dantic ir. rcfo.-- I do act wish to pu?h mv criticism o-- the ?taic oi -hi.-.-', iron aae to that eomvagant mark, that shah corr.jf-i n cade, or to an absolute isolation fr-m the advantages ? ^ i n i aotaefy. If we suddenlv plant our foot, and sav, 1 ?? : rancher eat nor drink nor wear nor touch an* food or fanoc whirl. I do 101 know to be innocent, or d.-a! wit: an* whose whole manner of life is not clear and rational. w -r . ? atand st.il. Whose is sol Not mine; not thine: - ?tos. Bid I think we must clear ourselves earn one by tne gsn*,,. whether we have earned our . hearty retribution of our rre-rzic-i to the c?rn? and we mi:,t nr.: c<-a-: to fr.d to ti.e corr nairn.T.t v.r. by raying ot.e none angin e*ery > B0t the dw whirl- now begins to agrtat* ."v wider^ot..- tnat, our daily en-p^vn-...?:-.. U . . . - '. Wear.- to revise the who darjastmitions of property. , .....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 June 1841

y Y H 0 R A C E ORE E L E Y. PRICE 0*E CENT. TUE MEW-Y0?I TRIBUNE Will !>e published overr morninjr. (Suu.tnr- excepted,) at Nu. 30 Aaa-atreet, New-York, jtaJ delivered to City Subscriber*. for One Cent ;n<r copy. Sahscribera, $4 per annual in ad* aar?- other* TO THE ADVERTISING IUBLIC. la um k?y of steering ? ?ride and geaeriil Advertising patronage, ttfhrfrr^ofovr frvi"i- orill ??? ii.sert?-d till farther 3*:n-e at tii? f?l? le?!^ n-liKXMl rate-, viz: ?OK KVCII AOVr.ttTI-KMKMT Or Twelve Iii"- or how i?vcr first m-?-riii?ii. no. f<,r ?ach subsequent ioaertioe. f 4 Bo.forWx iii?er;mn?. >ir on? wi?*k,.?"**' ?>o. for Twenty-li ve insxsrtkriui, <v ime Kioniii.00 Longer Advertisements at e^u.illy fcrorable rate*. For Fire lie ?. h .If Ihe alwve rats-; Two lines, WW-fourlh of tieso rate.'?? arable in all cases in advance II Ate?. al.VsJ ? > IIATN AM> ? A IV?. The subscriber would raapectfuUv lainrai bis frieuds and Ihe .,ul.|? generally, lhal h? has no* oa band, s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 June 1841

Us.? or :Ht Ship William Brow* fkom Liverpool, to rHii.*r?e:.ph:A. Havre, May 10. The Loots Philippe N?w York packet ship ha- this moment arrived. Inform a-, tion havin? reached the tivwn that some shipwrecked seamen i wer?' op board, t>i?- n-por, became general that the; belstnged > u> uV President,and trie >ixcr.ar.<-i t whs beyond a!! eescnp-1 lion. On tts?- arrival in dock, howener, a strong body of rrtid rinr.ie were in wailing, and immediate y --eik into custody ifte mate and eight the crew of i.v-. ship William Hrown, t*?und from Liverpool lo Philadelphia, which was ?urk by an iceberg in the latter part of iast morth, for ss yet I cnnnwt ?ivo you prcci-e dat'-s for any thing >\<yj<' that three men wen: taken frorn tie" Crescent, \?i:ic.: v*.i iitd picked them up in their lone boat But a taie .jf horror to be told about th<-m. It appears when the vessel struck, thirty-three passengers, the rnav\ and eijht of the crew took to the long boat; the captai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 June 1841

- siaticr to nnriurri..-l.l';!IT !K'I^E IT GIBRaL D xnnay Hoaae, Loudou, Aj.nl 1?, 1841.?-Tb. Light-House ta ^nw time put ha. been in course of ereetion -,t i.ihr.iltKr. *b ??>..-!'. v ? mpwted, Notice hereby riven, that the light " a .11 exhibited for the tint lime on the evening ol th.- let of *r"1?~.it aud ?itrv- ionh continued every night from -uii.i'i iu Aiifir?' "* **? "Sw-vifi are i? obeerve th.t ibis light-bou?e is - tuati d upon Eoro - Pom?, end that ? powerfid fixed lnhi will beexhibited therein aud 5/?^ ? ,? emvatiea ?f 150 feet, or thereabout*, above tb< level ?5 ???'"?'? >'?'; J- "ERBER' - ?'' r-- The No-them Literary ncamcngcr for Maj aad ?iri-.ni w. issued together?a double number?n the lit of June. LtTuicontain two powerful articles; one on the American Navy, by tJeut M ur?. aad the other on Texas and iu Revolutiou, by Dr. Le ~T l?rareeideat of that hateresttag country. Subscript.for Jbu st!racing Mwntblv xt $3 per annum are received at this ?ffice, 30 Aae-t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 June 1841

Por Tbe [few-York er. tcAcxs from tl)c_illcijitcrrancan. Bl AN AMEIt11 V> LAD. N?. ML.. Task. sc?. Maxrh 13. is41. Lit this day be raaikcd with white ehalk in the Calendar: ? harre -??.- and with DaHCaDC BesFI.ham. tie BhI?? of tbe Province dependent this bis Imperial ?bjeoty*-! Fortress and Cityoi i .? gier v I d >? I ??:?! ??*r'" .breath tuvi tell yo i all about it: but don't expect too a - ?? far it ia not tri.- surprise of admiration, but of disappointment, thou La . disconcerted ne. In the ?rst place, etiquette pre tserihe* tliat pern ission to visit biro -tin:: be requested through. .** Con.ul of vo,:r Nation. As it was my wish to nave as ssttfe fonnaltty w possible, Mr. Carr simply dispatched his sssarivreter to inform bis Excellency that an American lady w-eoVd to call on his Highness, and dc-drcd bim, il agret able te> oavne ar: bour. Peter returned with nn invitation to come at I. that i.. direeth after the prayen at noon. As it wo-.ld lave involved an expense and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 June 1841

B Y II O R A 1 E G R E E L E Y, " r dceire yea :o nnetersta?.! t!.<* true principe?, of the Government. 3 wir b thorn carried on;?I a?k nothi?--; more."?Hjmuw. 0 F F I C E N nvE r.EIVT. NEW-YORK, SA'STROAV, JUNE 5, 1*41. TUE SEW-TOSK TRIBUNE Will b? paaTUhed every ir.or ni ?i-r, Sunday- ?sciptcd ?t No. 30 Ann-stri et, Vw-York. *rJc>JJvered to City Sab* - fot One Cent p-;r i j - MailSubscribers, $-5 per .-?.i.u.ti in advao i other* ?? TO THE IDVtRTIS?fG PUBLIC, t? the bor* cf ?wiriar a ? i.l? und r- eiral Idvertising P" ronap ^fjror* ofour fricicis wir! ? . : - ... . ? ? ;,,*? - ? ?'?? ??? ? c*af raduoed rate*, ?iz: for CACii At>vr ri iscMKtcr er ?ferfvi : 1 ?? '? ? errioE.. ? -**> ::" pq, jor'acb->?!? ???qilont msertien. ?*??* (??*>. ???.- *?atic?u,orone;week.*{[ ?** Tic fer T?i nty-rtve ji.- ,: . ??. . ?..<??:?. "**? *** Longer A tvertisementa at ?<;n..I!y foverab? for Fivr luv ?, half the above rate?; T.r? Exes, cne-fourth oi tat? ?Ht-parable in all rase? ?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 June 1841

>? i, understood that the indv tment has been removed irtt' Supreme Court ?>:" the State by -h? proper proceedii ?? ? j>ur|K>*o, smd thai it ?? now competent for McLeod, '? ?ordinary proc?-s. ol habta* corpiu to brio*: bis case fin ring l-efore that tribi ? be undersigned hardly needs assure Mr. Fox that a onaJ aoemmenti} disUngtrished for ability; nr.4 learning;a* ? Supreme Court ?f the State of New-York may be sali j relied upon for tin- just j.-.d impartial administration of th? law in this a* well as in (.ti--r eases: t?ndiho undersif-ned re? peats the expression of tin- desire of this Government thai no delay may be suffered to take place in these proceeding* which can be avoided. Of this de-ire, Mr. Fnx will seecvi dence in the instruction- above referred to. The undersigned has now to signify to Mr. Fox that the Government of the Dnited Stntes has not changed the ornn ion which it ha? heretofore expressed to Her Majesty - Government of the character of the act of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 June 1841

- . ^,05 barely sufficicat fur pre?iil use . w? am** ?? 3e ?S <!*';! ' .. rms! r-nu?.t. declining i 33 cm is the price to-day. A ?*Jir* .-d.ece Wool have been offered, tut the market i? so de *" ^k'at queuu.,0. are almost out of the question : 31 eeute is as r*the ??ri<?*E*M,'D,<-" '"L. i ? i.dena Caatttc -ay- (hat Mineral Point money u erowirg i, we daily. The los? to tbe public will be, a-,t baa been ^StLoui',*? so"? ?f th- Mincri' Bank at Bubuque are received . j *? counter of tne Ca- Light Co at par. Ort?!??*, OK*. May ?--Tbe last sal.f Wheat from boat, were a ?- The accounts from various porti-n- of the canal represent * " '' ' v . _.nfl iaereuit^r. ' anl of 11JJ00 bushel- were en ? the Collet-tor's office tho morning. Sales of Flour at ?r boat*, and 3.? from store Bank, and broker, ask ? per cent jeemiuai on New-York. THE NEW-YORKER. < OUteuta for Saturday. .Sunt- IS IB. Tiei CoateaU (t tbU journal for tlie current week are unusually vu ned and b'teresting. They ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 June 1841

Clin Jntdligencc. Reported for the ,%e*-Yurk Tnt,v>oe. Court 07 Common Pleas ?Calendar for this day, June 5? Ftr?t panel?232, 241, -SO, 235, 27H. 15, 11, -'7, 29. 39, 69, 71, 73. 75, 77. 99, Second panel??>'.>, CO, 5b', 17:i, 186, 52, 110, 132,182, 198, la, 68,204, 208, 238, 246, 250, 258, 22!. -I. 16, 188, 44, 54; 88, 112, 212. Cockt of Special Sessions.?Before the Recorderand Aldermen Bates und Thompson. Danirl Fitzpalrick was tried f<?r petit larceny, and stealing a aatin beaver lint from Mr,-rs. Brown & Graham?adjudged guilty, and sent 10 the Penitentiary for 6 mouths. The sama prisoner was also tried for an assa ill and batte? ry on officer John McMahon--adjudged guilty, ;?"J??" 10 ">? Penitentiary another 6 months. John Farrell, stealing $1 in bills from Cornelius Mayca? adjudged not guilty. John M. Armenter, stealing four silk handkerchiefs from Levi Gardnei?guilty, Penitentiary 90 days. Mary iMvis, stealing 30 yards of calico from Levi Gardner ?guilty, Cit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 June 1841

II Y HO R A C E G R EKLE Y. PRICE OXE CEW. THE NEW-YOBE TRIBUNE yri b? pub I i ?ho?! every morning, (Sunday, excepted,] ?t No. -TO Ana-street, N-w-York. A. ' kdirered to City Sub.? rrlVr- ..?- One Cent per copy. MaHSabicribers, $4 pcraanom iu advance: otherwise $5. TO THE ADVERTISING PUBLIC, la dm hope of secnri::? a wide and general Adv.Tti.iny patronage, tie. fit?.?-of our friend- will be inserted till further notice .it the fol ?atrtsg reduced rate?, riz; FOR r.ACIt ADVERTISF.Mr.ST OP ?forelrefines or less aver sin), first insertion.... 50 cl*. Pa, for each subsequent insertion. ??'*' 44 jbftrtixi!-' ; wccH.9t SO hr Twenty-five insertions, or ??>? mouth.$3 OO Longer Adrertisomenta at equally favorable rate*, fur Fiv?- lines, h ilf the above rate. ? Two line., one-fourth of ta?r* rate?payable in all i a*es in advance. _ aC B?R? HX? t!i MATS AND i ai?.*. Bf Tin- -ii!i- i i!".t would re.|ir?-tfiiH> iii!"r.n hl* Inend- and tae ??9 p . ecu, rally.I u : he has aoa on hand suitabl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 June 1841

i.-.irles ?hieb 1* ar e similitude to any enumerated an :hargcab!c with du?y, shall pay the. same rate of el ity with he art-.cle v. hieb -.? rno-t resembles, would save 'i large - .:r. ?jmuaily to the'??jvciiuo. and prevent much annoyance and itigation u<'t\cr the importer and the officers --h :r:-*i ?? ah ho collectioo- of the customs. Of the Public Dill. Be: i* f. not ?xpretod that any meajifiesidou of the revenue hus wilt be- operative to supply the immediate wonts of the Troa?ttTv, and to pay the debts which fail <i ?>? in t:. pre*' ?nd in tie.- ensuing year. A further l<>i:i ary t" effect tri?*?, objects, and the only questions that cats anse, are. as to the modo of procuring the loan, the character of the securities ?.nd the o--urr.<-d duration of the debt. It would, in tho opinion of the under-itrned. be rnwisc ;?? charpre upon the commerce or the resources of the country, in an'v form, the burden of paying a: once, or at at die national debt. Before that i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 June 1841

?-~T~Z,olctc UfnU- to ?bort Hund.?Jn-t ?rtlvBCt? ind comprehensive system of wriuag , ..^ I3ri.e?/ ,he mo.t slta ,c u!ld ulicrri:); pnneiples: Hani fr"3, VhlCh t> exact wer.:, of any public sp"^' ?"V W x* *J ^tS& ?ad P?"?ve<J in a lcf.ble foria, so .s U tv . r-ed a' P'0^ ^ nit!l ln? utr0<Ht C1se and &r4it>V Dc-.gnc. -end si ?5J ' u?. OI Schools and pnrate tuition, by T. Towndro-.v "' ? "" ' ^ -?enorrr.ihy, ?ho is now successfully ei?jraged in teach r" ;'?'-?'iine aaJ *-ry useful accomplishment at bis rooms, No asftb" J.;;., 0? the r?"*: sati-f,,ct<>rv terra?. je7-lm XbrPaclirt ?-Iii,? Wpo. Wa?bins:?i: will tail thi Uh Vo^y-*^l"\^ f,n |,ari<Ji f0<jt0f Maiden Lane, at ihat hour. K bS. ai UW M.r. luu.U-Ej.ch.Pge etose at half past II. je7 'fe'wfe? ve i??b?*ri--d to collect A ?Ivrrt^eronnt*- and ?ul> STJ^Xmsw Henry, Dupuy, t. Elder, Jos. Jourdain, Joseph ?Ti H s?i?a?.;.?<:! Rees Edward?. } Trress?Tpsttb* *<' T*? Dollars "ach ropy. With a City Map...

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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 tribune. — 7 June 1841

(T'ln intelligence. Reporte*1 fur the (tew-York Tribune. Colkt oy CsoMMOS Ple.v?..?Calendar for thi? da; June 7? ?K.r.t Part: 239, -21!, 249 885 27t, 1. 5. II, 27, 29,39, 69. 71,75, 77, 99. Second Putt: 59,69,56, 173, 186,52, Irt, 132, I8S, 198, 18, 68. 204, 208, 238, 246, r>0. 258; CJ31 98, 4. 16 188, i (; 54, 88, 144, 212; Police Office.?Incendiaries of ihr National Theatre. ?The investigation into the cause* and the authorship ot the burning of tie- National TOeatre, e hii b hasi been swsad fly pro ?jrcKHiii^ e%.-r ?ince the destruction of that edifiee, bet?re we PoJir.. f?;,2Utraie Justice Parker, ha- at length terminated, and George Shier* stands fti?-, eommitfd ? * !?"-,"T* T" burr. onTriday evening, 28th of May. aad Thomas Hurd for setting it on fire and bunting it to the grouosLon the morn, ing of Saturday. May29tb The latter named pnsonci ts accused principally by three several persons, m: Mr. Lewis. an act-.r. Tunis V.' B. MiIIerof86 Readc a. an i Joseph A. Million.-, I...

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