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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 October 1843

i\E\V-YOttK TRIBUNE. THE NEW-YORK DAILYTRIBUNK IS PUBLISH. EVERY MOUSING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED. rw^rw, ?<Hn?nrl or*v^r it thesaine rate. ? Sine! D?> terKVTs Mail SubscribenSinerannum, m adv* re- and the l?P*T'*? no ca* coutin^d Wyoudth, time for which it is pard. Subscriptions takea lor Six \o difference allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other Terms of Advertising. TEN LINES or less, (overSix,) FirstiHserUOD... 50 Cents. * ?? for each subsequent insert ion.2.'> " ? forSlxinsertious,orone week.. . $150 " ?? ?* forTwE??T7-FrvEinsertions.SWt " ***7*" Louder Advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Larjc I*-t;>er, for the Couutry, IS t'lHi.I.HFO evkry SSTT'EPAY M0HNINO Atthelow price oi TWO DOLLARSperannam, madvance Maa&raoKs, Kkmciovs and Fukeral Notices, ho: ? x cei-dinr: five lines, 25 cents. THE "TRI Ii U IN E.' Fourteen days later from Europe. Arrival of the Acailia. The Acadia, Capt. Ryrie, arrived at Boston on Tuesday evening havi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. :l._*: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5. J-'OIi PRESIDENT. HEXHY CLAY, OV IKMTl'CKY. XT* Democratic Whig Senatorial fonvm t Ion-Fins t DISTRICT?At a meetinx of this toaven don held on tlie li(h day of October, 1&12. the following reso luiiou was adopted: " Resolved. That the next Senatorial Convention pfthi District be held at the Broadway House in the City ol New York, on the second Tuesday of October, 1813. at 12 o'clock ?1. and that the Chairman and Secretaryjnxv due noticethext of." EGBERT BENSON. Chairman. tL Adhuncf., Secretary. s23 T7* General Committee of DemocratU Whig Young Men.?A general m-etmg of tJ??Gom tuitUe will Oe h?-Td ?t the Broadway House, on FRlDAl Evening, 6th inst.. at 7a o'clock.__ r L . . ADDISON DOUGHERTY. C hurmin. - Cras. K. Tavi.or.^o , JaMr.s?. SwAi?, S ^ In Democratic Whig General Com? mittee). Broadway Honse. October 3. 18j3-The following Resolutions were unauimously adopted ? . . Resolved. That it be recommended to the Democratic Vv h,g E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 October 1843

SoaferO Grease?This article continue* in good de? mand, and prices are folly maintained, imports ?^?S^ Se on a.riv',1. Good we quote 31s. a 32. U.; middling, & ?28s! and ordinary, 25s. a 27s. Duty, Is. 8d. and fire per cent t*r cut. We again recommend th-s article. Lard Oil?A tot of this article, alluded to.iu ouriasr, realised 39s 3d a 42s per cwt. It is in pood demand, but the market i* quite bare. Duty 20 per cent and ? pel cent ad val. Win st ' S. ?Tlie continuance ol fine weatbet checks [},.? advance of prices. We therefore rejH-at onr quotations, viz: for United Stat-s. duty paid, ?s 6d i8s p u 7<? lbs. Duty, 14k per quarter. Flouk-?Sweet, in bond, (uominal.) Sour, 23s a-_4*. Sweet dntv paid, 30i a 31s Sour, 28s a 29, per bM. Duty, ^od perbbl! GEORGE WRIGHT & CO Sands"? Sa?safaRILLA.?iBscul?pius, god of ?he healing art was considered by the ancients as the create*! benefactor ithe human race, being able; as with a magic wand, to alle? viate suffering, remove dis<...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 October 1843

Letters from Mr. WwS.7.No. XXIY. Corr?"?n*ufl<'nc? of th* Albany F.vming Journal London, Aog. 24, 1^12. London is now in the coontry, bat artless you have occasion to visit the W<est End, tit:- oijrc u? stance would escape }*our notice. There, indeed, the change is apparent; in tiie absence of equip ages and the comparative solitude that pervades the palaces and mansions of the Nobility and Aristocracy. Every body who have places in the country are oft' to them, us every body who have invitations to places. And those who have neither places nor invitations, but do not lack the 4 needful,' go to Cheltenham, or Brighton, or Mar gate, or the Lakes, or to Scotland, or to the Con? tinent. And though London has thus emptied itself of its tens of thousands, yet Cheapsidc and Lud.gate Hill, and Fleet-street, and High Ii Jborn, and Oxford-street, and the .Strand, and Charing Cross, and a hundred other thorough? fares, arc no more affected by the absentees than the Hudson river is by a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 October 1843

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. THE pfEW-YOBK DAH.Y TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, SCNDAT EXCEPTED-^ ?^?Miv?ed to < ity Stil xnben for a.NL J ? > ; it* TWO < 'r NTs MaH subscribers S5 ; ? t annum, ^dVaoce ? and'th? paper in no rase continued beyond the SJ pS ^U'l. Sutecriptions taken tor Si* >Sj&xeoceallowed ou Daily Exchange* with any other W*?' Terms of Adv er t is i ng. TFN* LINES or les.-.. (u\^r Six.) F trat insertion ... 50 c mts". " - for each subsequent insertion.2j " ? ? for six Insertions, or one Week.... >>1 M " for TwKNTV-Ki\K insertions.S 00 " ~-s> LonCtir adrertisements at equally favorable ia'es. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ? Very Large Paper, for the Country; ' ' |( eCBLISHED EVERY saturday UORMNfl .. .ijf )aw price of TWO DOLLARS perannam, in advance. Mabmsoes? Kjeligiocs and Funeral Notices', not es ,'j |i fire lines, 25 cents. ThE~T~R ib un e7 For The Tribune. Celestial Phenomena? No. III. Saturn.?But the most extraordinary object of admiration amo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 6. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OV SiSTVCKT. Democratic Whig Senatorial Conven tlon-FIRST DISTRICT?At * roeetmg of this Conven ?ionheld on the ?th day ot October; 18.2, the blowing reso tattoo was adopted: Resol i\>if?tricr be iork. on th. . >1. and that ri? Chairman and j^"-*?/!;g?r; <{u>-noncethere 6f..? EGBERT BENSON. ( hauman. K. Acrunck, Secretary. *2s as aooi-'ro: aJcrd. That the next Senatorial Couvermon of this be held at the Broadway Houv in th- < ity of . ???? i the second Tu*?<i3V of Ortober, 1&13. at 12 o clock, ;ry in Democratic Whig General Com? mittee. Broadway House, Oftober 3, 1*13? The following Resolutions wereunanimously adopted : Rtsolved, Thar it be recommended to the Democratic Whig Sectors of the c:-y and county of New York, to assemble w their respective wards on Friday evening. 6th October, at js S?^s*t^ (debate* to ^.resent ttte WOrww vuuuo u. , w? ? ? -Jauarial Conrenrton to be held at Broadway Hous...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 October 1843

itrets. with grand performances every faro-*1 shilling at reale'? Museum. night, are all to be seen {*> At a meeting of the members of Ute American In? stitute, held on ill. 6th dav of October, 1S43, Gen. Tall oa4ge, presiding. On motion of Mr. Wakeman, Resoh'fd, That a Committee be appointed to prepare a resolution expressive of the feelings ot the members of the Institute, on the occasion of the decease of Col. Clark sot: Crolini. a member of the Institut''. The Committee reported the following resolution, which was unanimously adopted : Rtsohrd, That the members of this Institute will attend the funeral of our departed associate, who his been one of its earliest and most faithful friends; aud that this resolu? tion be communicated to his surviving relations, with the insurance that the deceased is held in respectful remembiance bv the Iustitute, as an eminently useful, honest and upright uian, both in pris-.te and public life. gj- We are request, d to state that the New-York a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 October 1843

letters from Mr. Weed..No. XXIT Correspondence of the Albany Evening Journal. Concluded. J Losoo*, A nr.. 2 i. 1?:. fa walking up KegentsLrect yesterdav I wit nt*sed a scene of anguish, new to me, but not so to those better acquainted with the abodes of des tttation. Observing a crowd gathering upon the oppf?itc side of the street, I crossed over and saw an infant that had just breathed its last in the arms'of its mother, who had been sitting or stand? ing all day in that street, endeavoring to seil matches. The child died for the want of food and nourishment, and the mother, who was still pressing her dead infant to her bosom, was a pic? ture of destitution and despair. There was scarcely strength enough in her trembling limbs to bear her into an Apothecary's shop, where the restoratives tried in vain upon the child, were needed by the fainting mother. This poor wo? man, by her language and deportment, excited much sympathy. She was evidently in a greatly debilitated state from the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 October 1843

"?EW-YORK TRIB?NE? : ur VEH'-VOHK DAILY TKIBt'NKl!- FUBLISHKl the fterv bormno, 80nbai excoted. l^^oT?s!??j?3 subscribers S6 Per annum H*g * the*paper in no case continued beyond th. i??*Y^bich it w 3utacripuons taken tor S? tfdi&rtnce allowed on Daily Exchanges with any othe, j paper- Tfrm9 of Advertising. ? ?-.. f iVES or less, (over Sil.) F int insertion ...50 cent, ) ri^.-^ii f! fnreach subsequent insertion.25 " i. for six insertions, or one week. .. . $\ SO | for Twkmtv-Five insertions.5 (so j7? Longer advertisements ?t equally favorable rves. THf NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBl NE ?V*Tr Large Paper, for the Country. A .VpL-BLISHF.D evert sa.turdat MORNINO : i'worice ot TWO DOLLARS perannum, in advance Religiousand Foseral Notices, not ? . jgyehnes. scents._ roREIGN CORRESPONDENCE OF THE TRIBUME. Letters from Italy.No. XX. Correspondence of The New-York Tribune. ARTIST?' FETE. Romf. April 37. To.dav has been the great fete day of Hie : irtists of Rome. I have endeavored in vain to j ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER FOR PR21SIDEXT, HENRY CLAY, OK SKNTVCZy. XT' Democratic AVlaic Senatorial Conven? tion?FIRST DISTRICT?At a muring of this Conten? tion held on the 15th day of October, mi>, the tollowmg mwe ^utionwa?ad?l,Tt;(1: . . . " Resolved. That the next Senatorial Convention of this District be held at the Broadway House in the City oi >?w York. on the second Tuesday of October, 1813. at U.o clock, M. and that the Chairman and Secretary. ?T? due notice there? of" EGBERT BENSON. Chairman. E. AdMaRCE, Secretary'. ^ O* The Whig Ward Meetings held last even? ing were all fully attended, and the proceedings were very harmonious and enthusiastic. The reports from nearly all of them will be found in succeeding columns. Tho following resolutions, in addition to those printed in connection with the proceedings, were adopted, with immaterial verbal variations in one or two cases, in nearly every Ward; as expressions of the prevailing sentiment of the Whigs of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 October 1843

Ward Nominations Inst Night. ?rr/YND RD.?Pursuant to a regular call ^ -nemocratic Whig, of the Second Ward met last ere ^ WVcoml Ward Hotel.when.WILLIAM GAU ^JIEedChairmaa and Josemi P. Smith and J. F. ???0 Secretaries. _ I^^Bowing delegates were elected to represent the Ward 0 tie several convention. t 'AM G*-LE. HEMAN W. CHILDS, County. -ntV'D T BACKHOUSE. GEORGE F. NESBITT. ftvS V\I TURNER. GEORGE ROWLAND. DR.-WM. ilrj?hn l LF.FFEKTS. District. ,?UPq KELLY, JOHN TURNER; J-vnRGE W HOOD. MELAN< THON WHIPPLE, OEOK?A v? JEK{.MT L. CROSS. The Committee appointed to draft resolutions reported'in - n??ri .e which were un urire.ously adopted : Staked, Thar the Whigs of the Second Ward will come tkepoll*dt theensuing election, *.ud support ihe candidate: agnominated to sustain Whig principles and enact Whig W U'es, undaunted 6v Tyler treachery ajJ(j undismayed hv Uyco Foc? cueiittTV anc^ l rau'l> novv being developed by their nirti iestim?uv. JResokedf Thatthe;principles of the Whig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. A Political Maxim Text, Wilkes.?I was not mistaken in announcing to you the approach, ing expulsion of Wilkes. It passed on Friday night, or rather at three on Saturday morning, by a majority of 219 against 137, after four days of such fatigue and long sittings as never were known together. His behavior, in every respect but confidence, was 90 poor, that it confirmed what I have long thought, that he would lose himself sooner in the house of Commons than he can be crushed any where else. He has so little quickness or talent lor public speaking, that he would not be heard with patience. Now he has all the eclat that sufferings, boldness or hi? wri? tings can give him ; not that I think the latter have other merit than being calculated for the mob and the moment. He stands again for Mid? dlesex, to be again expelled; yet nobody dares oppose him ; and he is as sure of recommcndi!^ his successor. Still there are people so wild and blind as not to see that every triumph agam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 October 1843

Si OliK "TRIBI NE. o^^V^YOKK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED I^^ERV MORNING, SUNDAY ^EPJED W-^WO CENTS. Mail subscribers S3 romiunrn, cff** -L . Md dieraoei w no case continued beyond the ^?fwffl fcffK? Subscriptions taken loi Six fjB?e I''? gJyferenceaUowed on Daily Exclunses with any other f&*- Terms o f A d v e r t i a i n g. prrVLINES oi less, (over Six.) r irst insemoii... 50c?Mits. TF.>a>V. for each subsequent insertion.2? I " ? for six insertions, or one week:. . . SI 50 ?? for Twbntt-Five insertions.sou [ Longer advertisements at equally favorable rates. thf NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE .r/ry Large Paper, for the Country, *' ,. PUBLISHED EVKRV SATURDA1 MORNINO ? w .,rice of TWO DOLLARS i>erannum, in advauci ?MrSiucgs Religio) s and Funeral Notices, not ex THE t RIB 13 NET _ Four days later from Europe. Arrival of the Great Western. The steam ship (Jreat Western, Lieut. Hosken ftrnmander, arrived at this port this morning.? fte received our files ol" Liverpool papers at ab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 October 1843

JTHE TRIBUNEL MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 0. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, ok RxvTtrcir. ' r~ Democratic W Iii? Senatorial Conv. ? lion?FIRST DISTRICT?At a meeting of this I ?: lion held on the lith day ? October, 1812. tie- following re . ? \ was adopted: " Rtsoletd. That the next Senatorial Convention of this District be held at the Broadway Hota* in th 1 ill ? ? New York, on the second Tuesday <?! Uc roher. 1st:'.. <it 12 ?>'cl ct M. and tint the Chairman and Secretary eitf dm noticethere of." EGBERT BENSON. ( hairman. E. Adria><-1.. Secretary. *23 - ? ? - ir~=" Democratic Whig General Commit t?e.? \ St^cial Meetiuc f this Committee wilIb< rwld.on TUESDAY EVENING ?ct-10.attbe Broadway H ?? at 7i o'clock. PHILIP HONE, Chairman. [T7? General Committee of Democratic \tflllc YotUlgMen.-A upecal mating of this! om; mitteewill be heldat the Broadway House, on j l E&JJAl Even,?? 10th ^^g^ DOUGHERTY. I hairman. ClfAS. K. Tai lou, / -;wcrr. . .l4M?.s i$. Sw.ii>. > ||'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 October 1843

Passenger* Arrived, In the steamship Great Western, fm Bristol? Mr C Atksn ion HAnsiice, K O Andersoo, T Artat, Mr Armsley, A Bencher, W A Booker,S Boulher, MrBmirs and lady, Mr Calverl and lady, Bishop Chubert, Mr E F Clark, (i Clev<. laud, C Cunningham, C A Davis, J Durand, J I) Dupey, W Durand, T W Doanie, Mdc Damereau, W (' Driscale, W Delano, Jr, M Delauey, R J Dillons, Mr Eastoin ind ..-ivant, ? y Forestie, D Fernando, I?- F< rriday, E Grousette, Mrs Goodband, Mr J Gordon. G \ Hopelv, A linger, F A JI ?-? iniltoii.J W Hani., Rt R- v Hughes, F K Honatd. Mr Kar? ris Misi"Harris, J'Hayo^,-Rcv;Hi?luck, H H Haw lev, J Henry, H Holroes, E Hale; A K Josephs, E Kuyser. D feen neiiv, Rer Kelly, lady, child and servant, G FLeitch, D Latte O M Lounds, bearer of despatches, W i*s 1! Laig (trait'A Low, H Mcl lelland, J C Mulligan, J S Mellen rv, Mr E C Miller, Mr A R Moses, Mr E Meiilove, Mi V, More, Mdu Moutaiur, W 11 Moury, (? Manin, .1 Mure, %Ii?s Moore. J Moorhead, A Morrison, Og...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. [Deferred Articles.] Massacre of the Nestokian Christians. We regret to find a full confirmation of the sad intelligence before received of the dreadful massa ere of the Nestorian Christians. It will be re? membered that Rev. Jcstin Perkins returned a missionary among them, w'uh several assistants from this country, last spring. How the opera tionsofthis flourishing mission will be effected by this terrible calamity we arc not informed : The expedition of the Pasha of Mosul against the iMotintain Nestorians iias been attended with the most deplorable success, and that success sus? tained, as was to be expected, from the co-opera? tion of his savage auxiliaries, the Kurds, with every sort of atrocity. The houses of the wretched inhabitants were fired, and they themselves hunt? ed down like wild beasts and exterminated. IS ei? ther sex nor age met with favor or mercy ; the mother, brothers and rasters of the patriarch were the objects of peculiar barbarity, the former hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 October 1843

"new-York trtbcn'e. the tfBW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED evkry moaning) sunday bxcktobd. At 16oNassac-st. (orroMTK Cm ?^i^.:w:X;;^ ?affieTcJ to ' ity Subscribers for NINE t EN I - p ?*SS o7*i*n thef prefer, theycaupaj >" adrance nt ?? n t for s? mouths, or a >ear at the same? rate. Single -~ TWO < ENTS. Mail subscribers S3 per annum; ?N'ra?-.->ee ? uid tl>" paper in !". case continued beyond the lime t" r whi< h i- ? Paid. Subscriptions Iahen !or Sir No&reace allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other P***'" Xrrmi of Adrertiaing. i ... . i^fES oi less, (over Six,) First insertion .. .50 i ehts. ; *m " . jhreach sob^iienttinseition.:. "'?< " .1 f.ir?i*< insertions, oi ouejweek.... Si 50 ?' foi?TwEJfTT'FlVK insertions. 5 00 " I ?--..r i'.'lvitis"ni' tits at equally favorable rares". THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE V e r v L a r k e Paper, for the Country, istcbmshed BVERV sati*Rdat MORNING , uirprice of TWO DOLLARS pi rannum, in advanci -M, rB)A,;>s, Ri-i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, 0/ KKNTVCKY. VjP- Democratic VVhiJT Senatorial tonvcu H?H?FIRST DISTRICT-At a meeting of rhi> < ..ihm. tionheld on the Lith day of October, the following i^vy lotion wai adopted: " RtsoUtd. Tbtt ilv next Sanatoria! Convention of this Putr.ct t?- held at the Broadway Hons* in the City ? New York. ou the wcoud Tuesday of October. 1343, at j2 o'clock, Si. aud that the Chairman and Secretary give doe n iticetltere of" EGBERT BENSON Chairman. E. Ap&ia.vc>;. Secretary. s28 FT** Democratic Whi? General Commit? tee*?A Special Meeting of thi* Commute* will be held on TUESDAY EVENING. Oct. 10. at the Broadway Honse. at 71 o'clock. PHILIP HONE, C bairroan. N. G. BRAO> oKI).5ht?cr,!dr"?,? ADDISO." Chas. K. Tav lor, ) swcr^tar,^. iaJttl B. Bwaui, J 'The Scholar'? MUalon.' In no country, and at no time, can the influ? ence of the great body of educated men be a matter of slight importance. Whether recog? nized, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 October 1843

, pj-c-l, of Barley have been received, together ?ome JSp buthe|s, bat we hear of no sale.. It was offered at 50c. r remains without material change, but l?s active. Sales 2 bushels delivered, at 64c Corn does not improve, and ^demand Ulimited- Sales 2000 bushels Ohio, via canal, \rlr and 1000 do North River at 6lc.hothweight.de 11 red Oil* continue as before, 25 a 26<c; a sale of 3600 taLels prime Canal was made at the latter rate. WHISKY' ?Birrrk have advanced somewhat. YVeho e sales 50 bbls Western, supp, sed 21 [; 30 to 40 do at 24]; ifl d Stat6 Prison 24f; and "0 do do at 2oc. *Tm distillers j, Tf advanced the ra:e for Drudge to 24c, but we hear of no sales U^y_-pde supply is ample, but much of it damaged b_\ torn YVe notice sales to-day about 600bales, forship ^" jg a 40c. For the city trad.- 40 a -55c js obtained. "p'nufjS AND DYES.?At auction to-day 25 bales Honduras Sarsaparilla, damaged, sold at 17 a23c; 2 cerooons (jBjleniaI-'? Indigo at 97 a 100, and o kegs Gum Arabic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. [Deferred Articles.] Cuba.?It has been said, upon what grounds wc do not know, that England is still casting a Jonr/incr eye towards Cuba, and that she has been taking measures to wrest this magnificent Island from the feeble grasp of Spain ; and that it is with this view, that she has taken so active a part in Spanish affairs, and has involved the government in pecuniary obligations which it lias no means of discharging-, except by surrendering the bright? est jewel in the .Spanish crown. Cuba is un? questionably the greatest prize that oilers itself to the cupidity of territorial ambition. Its position at the mouth of the Gulf of Mexico, which it al? most closes, leaving a narrow passage on each sidc,gives it a commercial and political importance of incalculable value, and would render its pos session by any of the great maritime powers an object of well founded jealousy to the United States. Its boundiess fertility, its magnificent harbors, and the almost impregnable...

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