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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 October 1843

IvEW-YORK TRIBUNE^ THE NEWijfORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EjEllt morning, ^fj^^w.YoRK, At M Naval-st. (oFrosrr* t?rn n^'F uENTS per A*d delivered to ; ity Subscn5?-?. ?or ?;^ina(lvinCP ? ti?. week, or when tm-y prefer, th-y <?t j "> SiokI* Da* fo- ^V-'?t" d?^ & ? cop? 1 w O .favi ?? 1 continued beyond the ;;^7r;:facf!rr^d,:iIsub.cr1,t1ou. 1?*?, 1? ?? ^?erenceallowed on Daily Exchanges withany other r*1*1- Term, of Advertising TEN LIVES or less, (oret Six.) Fin insertion... ?Cents. ? for each subsequent insertion..? forsix Insertions, or one week... ? >' , forT^K^Ty-TiTBiniertioM... -?J rrT- Longer advertisements at equally favoraOK ra THE NEW-FOBK WEEKLY ?BUNE a Very Large Paper, for the Country, ' 1? Pt blisheo every ?iTfRDAV morning Af the low price ol TWO DOLLARS r*rannum, m advance. %^lSr?e$rRxticiocsand Fonbeal Notices, not ex? ceeding u-e line*. 2j cents._ THE TRIBUNE^ For The Tribune. New-York and Eric Railroad. Since the election of a new Board of Directors of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 October 1843

t HE"t rIb U IN E. WEPNJEVSgAY MOVING, OCTOBER fi FOR PRESIDENT, flENRY CLAY, OK RfcNTCCKT. fj^? A typographical error in our Evening edition yester? day Hated the Whig majority in 5-1 Counties of Georgia at 3,i64 instead of 5,?8?, its real amount: the former nnmbei correctly state* the clear Whig gain. It will be seen, the!" fore, that a gain of 425 in thf remaining 30 Counties would elect the Whig Governor. The Elections. The spirit of 1840 is already returning to the heart of the great Whig party. It cornea even before it .was expected ; and every where, in its presence, the same brilliant triumphs over the forces of Loco-Focoisrn crown the labors and the hopes of the gallant Whigs. North Carolina, Tennessee, Maeyiand and Georgia have suc? cessively wheeled again into the line, and stand proudly triumphant and ready to do battle, val? iantly and gloriously, in the coming contest for HENRY CLAY and the Whig Supremacy.? The canvass in each of these States has Iwrcn most animated an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 October 1843

San",', S Ars at vntLLs.-The amount or*afTmtus reljered br??isinralaabls prwt.o? is ???^yg3 0 health by Tory of medicine. I nous indi have been re?c ^nj|idcied , ,ts healiMB and regenerating e*??f;:? certificates heretofore the reach of remedial means, ^^gSm? o.?ire appro, published abundantly prove. It other cities, and its batioa ol many prai !?'"????" " ' ZbUc lias placed it be np? ?r-rowtl,.ntlr-t.mM qj rood tit- reach ofde?action?rweri ^ filiation of eases which arise ?^SE^mSuS or King's Es il, Rheu th<* humomeeaeralir. ?"" Rheum and other cutaneous matUm and Incipient < out. . a>? FUtuias.'Chroun diseases, F?*? s,,r*;-; .ituid Nostrils.painful Affec DsSEkSSS?. l?ilt?ri?Ml Prostmtinn oi the K r! -i? roblShed iuauUndUercity pajnrrs. .serti?cw eai 1 ^jl0|??ile and retail, md for exportation. P?,?I.,;hm j;(!? D.uggista. .Granite Buildinw. bv d i? .v corneroH hainbersstreet, New-York. Sold OTJBroadwi \ . r'."Vvvii.s. 79 Fullou-street and 77 East Uv'hV cornel of Marbet-stre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 October 1843

Fi...- Tb? N. V. Tribune. LAMENT F?R SUMMER. [Inscribed to Hugh Cameron, Esq.] uy WM. h. c bosmeb. i. \ Sokt?*ed light falls ou the hill's misty head. And voices of mourning cry 41 Summer is dead'." In the depths of the wood there are signs of decay, And the green of th* meadow is fading away ; Round pools that the rain storm hath left in the street, A golden-winged bevy, the butterflies meet? A delicate blue is erased from the iky, And the beard of the thistle is sailing on high. II. (Jlad mother of beauty, lost Summer, wert thou A rosy tiara encircled thy brow ; Pew, fresh from the starr"d urn of night, was thy w ine, What face in the lakelet was glassed fair as thine Festooned by the ivy?with lattice supplied? Thy hall in the greenwood was airy and w ide, Bud, breeze, leaf and streamlet discoursed there in glee, Aud the Genius of Flowers spread a carpet for thee. III. The nvmph that we worshipped in mould hath been laid, There is gloom in the fields, on the Hun's disc a shade? Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 October 1843

NEWnlT?RK TRfflllKiS^ THE NEU -VOHK DAILY TW^SS^ EVr.KY ?OTUIINC S?NDA^'^VoRl.. At icn N a.u^ **?..(oppostTI LITT WAjfe CENTS ,-r Anddelivered to ? W^PK^^Smb ad?*iice? lhe week.or-whai th#; prrfer, thes c-w j ^ S] )uU ! S?^TAr^ ^P"' rlrm* of Advertising. TFN LIVES, iftiuvt su.) Fi?tmsemon..,gce?ts. TP for each robsequeiH imerth n. ? g ? form Miserttonsr, or one week. ? ? forTwENTV-FiTtinserUoiis... ...5 ?ni |rjr Long?: advertisements at equally favorablerates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY' TRIBUNE VY.Vv Large Paper, for the Country, i? VTlflLtSMKt) every SATtfRDAT MORtflWO .. fh- loiSSS TWO DOLLARS p. ranoum,in>dvauce. MaRiMAGi^Sj^rSwGioGS and Funeral Notices, not a ce*di:.g five l.u?s. 2.1 cents._ THE TRIBUN.;E7 FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE OF THE TAIBOKE. CSlftnpsrs of Suvoje.No. IV. xjy a TRAVELING NEW-YORKER. Fron '.he Special Correspondent of the N. Y. Tribune. ABBOTsTORLN CHEVY C1LASE EBINBORO,' QUEEN MARX. Betwen York and Edinboro' I will not detain you ]oii^, iur Abbotsford and Meirose,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CiL AT, OF KKXTVCXY. The on!) authorised Agent for the ??le of The Ti ?unTat Tro) is L. Willaud. No. '250 Riwr sweet TjT ?' Revolutions never go Backwaro! ' - The election in Tennessee gave the Whig cau: an impetus which will be felt in every part oi the I'nion. The tide of victor; lias already swept over North Carolina, Georgia, Maryland, and for its farther progress we refer our readers to Iii? glorious intelligence received by this morn? ing's mail. The only drawback upon this re joicing spring* from our fears for New Jersey.? We have no returns, but look for defeat. Tho Commercial Treaty Project. Gen. Dufp Green, now in London, has pub liflhed a letter in the Boston Post, which throws some light on the origin of the project for taking the Tariffs of Great Britain and America out of the legislative control of the respective nations, und making thorn a matter of contract between the two. His letter is very long, and o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 October 1843

Unhappily, victimized by party spirit n**^?' ^ ? .Van/slider, and deo? ?nee 1831 no office 1?, JanW?' ff:v me ? *?? * Knowing myself to be a chief ^,mof a'fiction's ora juntos action, and the source of lU V1C the People of Indiana are respectfully requested to to thei!-Senators and Representatives, the oxpedi i to their senators auu wp?ww????->-i .... , jargew . m- president of the State. Bank, in the place *"cd ? I Merrill- The office is good enough for me. if I 0f ?amue . ^ office. With others, one grand, firm am/ff C'ive reform in particular in the Bank, is demanded i erhe nubhc voice and interest that is to change the insti ^' ? from'tbe predominance of individual to public inteiest Jat,?". t j,e a monopoly of favoritism, and uot an impar Instate institution, dispensing iubenefactious to the whole ' id like the dew, of heaven, until the public is greater ^* h tndivipower; All questions as to men and l^3J - jijjde, the support and education of a large and pr,.D| f?milv. it ** ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 October 1843

For The N. Y. Tribun-. Genera! Israel Patnam. Audi altvrara pari"i!..." I observed in the Tribune, a short time since, the following notice, copied from the New-Haven Herald, of a wonderful discovery made by the Editor of that paper : A Wixbvaia_We found among the rubbish of the ?waste receptacle, of aa auctioneer this morning, a copy oJ the Life of Putnam, by our'late friend and fellow cirizm Col. (afterward Gen.) Humphries?published in Hartford by Hndtnn fit Goodwin, in 1798. I? contains curious matters of history. It is replete with mcideats of Putnam's history, e.ud must p;;: 10 the blnsh the baseness of (Jiose who have att? dap ted l>> detract aught from the fame and glbrj of that great champion of liberty and his country. Whv this is begging the question with a wit? ness. The editor seems not to be aware, that the authenticity of Col. Humphrey's history is the very matter at issue in the controversy now carrying on in respect to the military services of Gen. Putnam. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 October 1843

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. the SEW. YORK DAILY" TRIBUNE IS TUBMSHE 1 every nouaae, *vsmy e.vieitki.. Aa k ?!wheetber prefer, ttwy can pay in adv .nee an S?k f?r 55 month* or a year atjhe saroe rate. Singl ? TV''0 CENTS. Wail subscribers j>5 per annum *a,"i?nee' and rhe paper ?? nbcase continued beyond J"^"" which it is pud. Subscriptions taken tor S 5o difference allowed mi Daily Exchanges with any paper. Terms of Advertising. ti n* I INES nr lesSj (over Six,) Kirst insertion... jO cents .. " for each subsequent insertion.25 " M ?. for si< insertions, or one week. ... SI ?'<> " ? ?? for Twentv-Fite insertions.5 00 " tfT LonC^r advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY 'TRIBUNE * Very I. artre Paper, f<>r the Country, 13 published EVERT SATURDAY morning strlielo^ P"c< wi TWO DOLLARS p< rannum,in advance llASliACJ R-- LirilOt's arid FUNERAL NOTICES, not ex ^ii/gf^-Zj ct'"ts-_ THE TRIBUNE^ Repeal the Militia Law! rAe Editor 0/"e Tribune: for the firs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, [LT I have just returned from a four weeks' ramble at the West, and have some comments to make in due season on events and occurrences in my absence. For the present, however, I must be content,with a remark on a single point?the Vice Presidency. While I believe the selection of the Whip; candidate should be left, as nearly as may be, to the unbiased and unembarrassed choice of a National Convention, and therefore do not nan; to engage in any newspaper discus? sion on the subject, I shall avoid misapprehension by stating that my own first choice for Vice Pre sident lias long "been MiiXARD Fillmore ; my second choice, John Davis. I am not at ail te? nacious of personal preferences, r.nd shall very cordially nupport any candidate for the high office in question who shall appear to l>e the unswayed choice of the Whig party; but my judgement and my feelings are alike opposed to any commer? cial arrangement whatever. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 October 1843

timFS -A sale of 430 San Juan was made at 12]c, time. SnLASSES.-At Boston, for this market. 500 hhd. .Mid have been taken at 23c for soar and 26g To,-sweet. 12Sr2we notice farther sale. 500 buses W inchestcr 6 , % bars 18 lbs, at 1 25, cash, for shipment. ^EESWAX?About 1900 lbs hare been taken at 29 ct<, iTHFR^.?The d-mand is good. Sahs 1500 pounds JSL L ire ISeese at 30 a 32c, cash. j A rarg0 of 2000 bbls W hale has arrived at New y. j jj^ 0DJv transaction we notice here is 250 bbls, i Z Liverpool maiket. at 39}c, cash. A small lot -.1 ^ Linseed b.'oUKh: 78c. ^.jj^LEBONE.?Tii- market is working up. A sale of WGOO lbs South Sea was made. f..r export, at 47j, an ad of l]c P'-r "'? 3?fH'' 10 manu^acl"r(,rs' al 4Sc> XOBApCO-?At auction to-day 50 hhds Kentucky, one .u rdonraeichantable, at 24- a ?, average 3 43, cash; 50 Spanish Seed Leaf, old crop, at 2 a 4}c, 4 mos; 50 ^Manufactured, mouldy at 2i ail, 1 nios: 29 h'hds Ken ,t%r merchantable, at 3 a av?rag? 3 "2. 4 mos. FJSBV-We n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 October 1843

From tili- Democratic Review. THE NEW WIFE ?ND THE OLD. UY 3r, G. WWITTIER. [Hampton. N. H., is one of the ....:??.?: -.??::!??:??.<?.;? in N< ? England. It has, peiliaps mote than its ?'...?..? of rparvelou anecdote, in.wmcn thee ilebi ited t :-i!. V..?a Yankee Faust is a celebrated ch sr:.ct*r. Th leg id versified below: was r? lated to me when a child, by a venerable family visitant] Hampton's woods arc still to-night, As von spire which breaks the light Of the half-faced moon. No breeze' Bears the murmur of the seas From the long white beach, or waves Elm-leaves o'er the railage graves. From the brief dream of a bride, She hath wakened at his side, With half-uttered ?hrick and start ? Feels she not his beating heart ? And the pressure of his arm, And Iiis breathing near and warm ? Lightly from the bridal bed Springs that fair disheveled head : And, a feeling new, intense, Half of shame, half innocence. Maiden fear and wonder, speaks Through her parted lips and checks. From...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 October 1843

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRI?L' NE I a J B LI b I i E D 1 EVKRT MORNING, 8^^ ^^^ ^dehveied to < ?>3? Xycan pay in advance at the ??M^oTeNTS ? ribers S3 Per^annuni, roues i " w f.- j c&se continued beyond the ^fflOTf Subacription? taken lo. Six Sj?^enceallowed on Daily Excham;^ with any otlier pi]"1- Terms of Advertising. TW I INES I???' (?rw *f't,t hweiDOn .. ? iO cents. ?i fur each subsequent insertion.23 for six Insertions j orone week.. .;$150 '' M for Twcittv>Fivk insertions.5 00 27? jjonC'-r advertisements at equally favorable rates. -j'uv NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE a Very Large Paper, for the Country, iS rt BLISllKD KVMIV SATURDAY .MoRMNC. Aw low price o I TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance. ?SitlUAOfi??Rkhoio?sand Fuxebal Notices, notes gdbg ?Te ljnes, 23 cento._ THE TRIBUNE. The Sylvatiia Association; Extract from a pma'e letter from the Svlvania Domain. Near DaRLI.XOSVILLE, Pike Co. Pa. * * * Tlie mill will be in operation to-mor low. Our neiglibors wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14^ roy. PRESIDENT, OF KKXTUCXT 5T We commend the letter from the Sylvania Association (on our first Page) to tlie regard of the Philanthropic. Mr. Weed's last letter is on our Last Page. Friends! Be Wine! In many Counties of this State, the radical, irreconcilable hostility between genuine Loco Foeoiszn and the sham article of the Regency Safety Fund School, is coining to a heath In some,' two tickets will be run ; in others, tin faction beaten in the Nominating Convention will render a cold support to the tickets run. The Election soon to take place will develope some odd results. This difference is vital, and cannot be healed, though it may be smothered in the presence of disaster or peril. Between a Loco-Foco of the school of Young and Sherwood and a Van Bu renitcof the fashion of Marcy and Croswell, there is a wider disagreement than that between the Democrats and Federalists of 1812, and only the most imminent discomfiture can impel them,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 October 1843

bu.hels, for the West Indies, brought 64c, weight, and 500 do 53c, measure. Farther sales N^-Orleaus out of .tor, 4000 bushels, at 50 a 5lc, wt Sale. 1500 bushels Rye at 65 cents, delivered. Nearly all the Barley .a market sou), SOOObnshels have been taken,mostly at Ufa 46. ?>th ? m very poor at 40c Oats are without change, but not so plenl) We quote 2;> a 26|c The only lot of Buckwheat received this seasou, 8000 bushels, sold at 41c WHISKY--- Tii-re is bot little arriving, We none* sah s 90 bbls good as State Prison at 242 * 25c Drudge is held at 24 cents. FEATHERS-?We notice a sale of 2OO0 lbs, part good Live Geese, at 31c, and part mixed, at 28c. OIL.?We notice a sale of 5000 gallons Crude Whale, N W Coast, at 39c A small lot of Crude Sperm has chanced hands at 75c, cash. Winter Sperm is scarce, and wanted at 55c- Fall 75c Sales 50 bbls Winter Lard Oil at 00c, and 100 do at 55c, cash. There have been sold SCO baskets Salad 0 J ' Nice,' at $35 per bskt, less 3 per cent for c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 October 1843

OCTOBER. . ?Y T?.T late WILLft caylord clark. Solemn, yet beautitul to view, Month of my heart ! Thou dav\;:e?t here, With ?ad and fadeu leaves to strew The summer's melancholy bier. The moaning of thy winds I hear, As tho red sunset dies afar, And bars of purple clouds appear, Obscuring every eastern star. Thou solemn month ! I hear thy voice It tells my soul of other days, When but to live was to rejoice? When earth was lovely to my gaze ; Oh, visions bright?oh, blessed hours, Where are their living raptures now ? It ask my spirit's wearied powers? I ask my pale and fevered brow ! I look to nature, and behold My life's dim emblems rustling round, In hues of crimson and of gold? The year's dead honors on the ground; And sighing with the winds, I feel. While their low pinions murmur by, How much their sweeping tones reveal Of life and human destiny. When Spring's delightsome moments shone They came in zephyrs from the west, Tiicy bore the wood-lark's melting tone, They stirred the b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 October 1843

I =^YORK TRIBUNE. * % vFW.TOKK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED I erMlV MORNING. SUNDAY excepted. gifcKx * ...... \ New.York, ^^?^^i Subscriptions taken io. Su tB^00- allowed onDafly ExchanE? with any othet pp*- Terms of Advertising. riVPSotless (over Sir.) Firstinsertion...50cents. T?NIi V for each subsequent insertion.25 t for six Insertions, or one week-$150 for Twenty-Five insertions.j 00 " advertisements at equally favorable rates. ffl? NEW-YORKWE EKL YrT RIB UN E ? r Large Paper, for the Co on try, I Aye,r.?mM.ISHEO EVERV SATURDAY MOWWO iriceoi TWO DOLLARS perannnm, in advance. ' A*1*' cfj RgLiciowsand Funeral Notices, not ex I JSS^b?_= Yhe_ tribune '." 3Lttcran> Xotices. i-er IfsinjLJfEHs; or, Reminiscences of Mrs-Mar Prior, il vol. lSmo. pp. 324.) Published by the F. M. Reform Society. .'56 Park Row. ?rework is eminently needed at present, when ?rCity is filled with cheap translations of the French novels?works directly calculated '?, sap the foundation^ of all moral purity, an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CJLAY, ok xsstl'ckt 0T?" Democratic Whig General Commit tee*.?A Special Meeting ot tnu Committee will b?- lie TUESDAY EVENING, Oct. 17. at the Broadway Hon? at 7i o'clock. PHiLIP HONE,? nairraan. N. G. BaapyoKP.S8^^*- o!6 2i iLT The Democratic Whig County Nominatin; Committee meets at Broadway Hou.i<- 7; o'clock T-u (Monday) Evening. The District Conventions to appoint Delegate to the Democratic Whig National Convention at Baltimore also meet Thia EveutLg, at the same hour, at the fJlowin: places, v;?: Hid District. .Second Ward Hotel, Nassau -street. IVth " . .Columbian Hall, Grand-street. Vth " . .Howard House. Broadway. Vlth " . .Constitution Hall, Broadway. ?7- Great Week of the 10th Annual Fair or the American Institute at ?iblo's Gar? den ?This will be the proud week of this migninont anni? versary. The grand Ploughing Match at 12 this da;., at Pater son. Addresses, Stc. Tlw vocal powers ofthe celebtated Hutchins...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 October 1843

Commercial ami Money matters. /v> For tslts at the Stock Exchange, tie First Pag*} flST -Satcrdat.P.M. Thefliaine*. of the Board was to fair extent, but price, oi very firm- The reacquired firmw-ss m Harlem has ^rted and it fell to 31?. a decline of 2] per cent. sine. dfF\lsv. Illinois fell Off ? Indiana war. firm. Fatersor tf'Toe Foreign Bill marker, h-s been rather in&aive for the * ,r gud thf ratet have, declined. The b-it Sterling sig * - will commaud but 9 a 9) per cent Francs are 5 2f>? ^iT Som?* fair Sterling bills have sold at S]. The 1 t*trduess rt rlie Cotton crop, combined with the sick k^ylobile and New-Orleans, has kept back the usual I* ofCottou bills. Some bill buyers are holding off, in "rjci"1''-'111^'>' wnen these ?'^s com* the rate* *will ma "iilly decliac". Some pood Virginia Bank bills hare seid f't'Ju* packet at 9 per cent. A considerable amount of ' ^ jjjd West India Bills have made their appearance, j^rjjpjinental exc}i2i:-.<; v. '1 quote a? f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 October 1843

TRIBUNE Tha SilJc Culture. 1^* mown* are the Reflations afopted fay the Silk (invention: 1. Resolved That the fall ertabli.hment of the BtU ^^t^nS"1 *?* ?f lh" 0rdi^ ir.dua r of vonatry r an object cU.mmg the early kud hieb regard of ?very M^not antlphilanthropi? nijnn^Ku ?2 ? ?"\id'- . in th' hin?" ?* P*? "perimeuts in growing 3.1k >o tW early settlement* of Georgia. Sooth Carolina .and \ irgl01&, i? Pennsylvania. Connecticut, and .Massachusetts, immediately preceding the Resolution, sud *ubieqnenti\ and especially in the large, mote general, and more success^ efforts of the past few years, we' have ample pounds for augmented confidence in aJl the great principle no which the business is based. 3. Resolved, That in regard to all Agricultural product.!, ther?; )g a broad and well defined distinction to be observed between transient and permanent causes of failure or sue cess?Chit the permanent causes are soil and climate; and I that wherever these are known to be favorable to...

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