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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 October 1843

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. T?s &.I subscribers $5 per annum ^rarce ? u?d the paper in t.o case .continued beyond thi *^BforW??ch it is paid. Stibscni'tioci taken tor So \o difference allowed on Daily Exchanges with any othei ptprr. Terms of A d v e r t i s : n g . ?f.- t jVES or les.?. (om *ix.) r irst insertion ...50 cent; tjjrv ?? for each subsequent insert:, n.25 |. .. for six Insertions, or one xreek.... SI 50 \, <> for Twenty-Five insertions.5 0?) iff Lonecr advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBU NE ? Very Large Paper, for the C o un 11 y, a i? pr?n?hi.;i every saturday. morning ?. thei.-.v. pricoi TWO DOLLARSnerannurn,inadvahc? VsRRtA'?*-s. Religious and Fokral. Notices, notes jeedii.cfive li'ifs, 25 cents. THE TRIB?NE: SLtterarn Notices. ptXIBTTEHT, akd NOT PkiLaCV, the ScRIPTCRAL axx Primitive Polity. By Thomas Smyth. NewYork; Leavit;, Tiow ic Co. 194 Broadway. This book professedly enters into the controver? sy between different religious sect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17. FOR PRESIDENT. OF KkNTUC T*" Democratic Whie Geueral Commit A Special Meeting of ihm Committee will be Md <>r TTES?AV EVENING. Oct. 17,at the Broad**-.- Hon? u7J o'clock. PHILIP HONK, Chairman. v7s4.Tuk.vcx, . ? N. G. Bna>r?fcD,$St<rrran^- ol62t In order to prevent fruitless appliea?oi R and proffer) of servic, we are c<>mp died to state that we have snjyiird the place in our ej.tabli?hm??ct lately vacated by Mr. Rat we trust .-air columns will beat witness. O* The intense and continued pressure of in? terest in f* matter and advertisements on our col? umns will constrain us to issue The Tribune to-morrow on .1 Double Sheet, in the style of -he Weekly Tribune, in order to render justice to our rtaders and advertisers. We hope by repeating; this process occasionally, until the business of the season hap fallen to the winter level, to avoid th?: necessity of enlarging; our regular sheet before Spring. A large amount of Litera...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 October 1843

?lth Mr. Slamm, frequently met him at the 2d Ward Ho*!: ^ not in Conrt when Newman testified, not at any time ^any improper intimacy occur between Mr. S amm am: Jvielf: Ae nwer put his arms around my neck and kissed me *Cr\tTex*mincd-l came here from Rhode Island fall ..1 .MialoD-. on bnsiness of the Rhode Island Suffrage party : Snot come to lecture, but did give a lecture: Mr Slamm sate to visit her uery frequently at the 2d V\ ard H?>'.. ?: a Jid berother acquaintance; went with lam to every place he vited her to go?to the theatre?the Fair?-to church and !L museums in the evenings; was not visited by Mr. Slamm itur other place than the 2d Ward Hotel, except at Mrs. Eldiidg?'* i'i Ouane street, where he was invited to-dine; re raraed to Rhode Island, staid there a short time and removed jjfre with ber busband in a house her hnsbaud hired in De ISBCev street: Mr. Slamm frequently visited her there, beii . iovited by her to husband; he came when his business suited; \ionl know wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 October 1843

For The Tribune. The Rubber ; or Mat's third and last Game Tune?Miss Bailet. Ova little Mat, from KicdeThook, no friend to country fjiiar ten, Rssolved to role a second time, cr daugle ia his garters : Though Lindenwold grew cabbages, he got but little off i: Twixt public crib and private crib, there's a difference ii the profit! Great difference in the profit! Ye offic*-se*kiog sycophants, now ready let each one be: The Argus, with its hundred eyes, looked every way foi Sunday; Mat sucg all tunes in double voice?one bass, the other treble While in th?- Senate, Silas Wright wa3 playing second fiddle Wright playing second fiddle ! Impor ters and our factories Mat wished iu good condition, And Slavery, 't was a sacred thing, and so was Abolition ? He was for Union sud Repeal?' more no than yes '?the Treaty; He loved Protection and Free Trade, Sub-Treasury Notes and Specie ?' . AU salaries paid in specie . Then Agricultnr?-he revered it! himself a happy" Tiller "At that, he bought his ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 October 1843

"NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. THE NEW-YORE DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED every morning, sunday excepted. At IW Nassac-st. {orrosn r. Crr* ^^^^?Jj&^'-i | Wdelirered to < ity Subscribers for NINE L KM * ,,r | week, or when they prefer, they can pay in adv mce at the T)J-hlbr ?'* mouths, or a year at tlw unw rate. Single eoi'ies TWO CENTS. Mail subscribers Sj Per annum, ia advance; ?nd tlw paj>er iu no ease continued beyond the lime f r which it is paid. Subscriptions Ukeu lor Six ^o diffe'recre allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other pal""1- Terms of Advertising. TEN LI VES oi le<N. (ov*r Six,) First insertion ... 50 cents. .,'* ? for each subse<iuentinsertion.25 " k " for six Insertions, or one week... . SI 50 " ? " for Twi m v-Fivk insertions.5 00 " tr~y Longer advertisement* at equally favorable iar.es. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ? Very Large Paper, for the Country, is rOBtlSHED every saturday morning At the low price of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance. ManRtAGEs,Reliciocs a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 October 1843

CONTENTMENT. by augustus s.nodgrass. With hurried steps we onward fly Along the rugged paths of Time? And fix the wild, enraptured eye On golden bights our feet must climb, Upon whose peak 'mong fadeless flowers Contentment woos the snvling hours! Thus day by day we move along, And chase but varying forms of air ; Wc smile while Hope pours forth a song, And breathe to heaven a silent prayer, Till led by dreams of speakless charms, We hug the Future in our arms. We turn aside the wreathed clouds "Which bound the Future from the Past, And strive to pierce the rayless shrouds Which fill that mighty, traccless vast: Yet all in vain ;?no beams of light, Start through that deep, mysterious night Then on our breasts we fold our arms, And wait the end with calm despair; Or Hope, displaying newer charms, Allures us on again to dare The painful toil for hidden joys ; Yet Time the sparkling flame destroys ! The Lover dreams of realms of bliss, And paints a scene on which to dwell, Where Pleasu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 October 1843

AMERICAN LABORER. IMPORTANT WORK. dOR MANUFACTURERS, MECHANICS, FARM? ERS AND POLITICIANS. jkcAMERICAN LABORER, devoted to the cctiv oj protection t? Home Industry, embracing ihr Argumt tits, Reports and Speeches of the ablest Civilians oj the Uni ted States injavor of the Policy of Protection to Amer? ican Labor,with the Statistics of Production in the Uni? ted States, tfC >J-r. The above highly useful and valuable work is published at the office of the New-York Tribun,-, in one lar.-.- double column octavo volume, done up with cloth backs and in sub? stantial covers : Price only on* dollar. It contain?, among other valuable documents, the follow in2 SPEECHES AND ADDRESSES. Hon. W"m. Slade, of Vt. in fayor o*f a Protective Tariff, vith a History of the Policy. Hon. Jabez W. Huntington, of Conn, in support of the Po? licy ofProtecti in to H >me Industry. X. H- H. Stuart, of Va. on the Tariff. Haa. George Evans, of Me. ou the Tariffand Revenue. Gen. James Tal1 nudge's Address b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE._ TUESDAY evemng, OCtoFerTt." FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, _ OF KE.tTrCKT. OC?- For advertisements of valuable Workt JateJj pub? lished or in press, Schools, Real Estate, Coal, kc.see Sec and Third Pages. For Amusements, Lectures, Medicines, Sec. &c- see ?>ixth Pace. For Steamboats, Ships, Railroads, Corporation Notices, Lejrals, Sec. see Seventh V\xp (X?" News matter will be found on all but the Third 3V-_ The Late Elections in Pennsylvania and Ohio. Whetcver may be the appearance to superficial observers, whatever the Popular Vote may seem to indicate, we cannot doubt that the recent Elec? tions arc decisive of the Presidential contest in Pennsylvania and Ohio, provided Mr. Van Bunn is the candidate of his party; Let us look at the facts : Both of th^sc States were fully under Ivoco Foco domination, and there was no hope of over? throwing it this fall in either, since the Governor, part of the Senate, and State Officers, hold over from last year. There was nothing...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 October 1843

Improved Lock.?We have been shown a , patent cylindrical Night-Lock,' for street doors, which is a great improvement on any former ar? ticle in this line. It cannot be picked with a skeleton key, nor opened by another key out of the same package, or differing; from it, however slightly. The principle is applicable and to be applied to all keys. The lock is made cheap by Pay, Newell and Day, and is exhibited at the Fair. m HaYDEN's Pens.?Wc have received from Messrs. Wood & Folgcr, 219 Pcarl-st. five (out 0f twenty) varieties of Steel Pens, manufactured by J- Haydcn, Massachusetts. Wc have a liking for GiHott's : but we shall try these, and if they fjo good service, we shall say so, and cleave to the Yankee article in preference to the imported. 33? Remember the Hutchinsoifs Vocal Enter? tainment this evening. (TT The New World has the following: DentistRV..?Tii<* progress which ha;: been made in the icieiice ofdentistry in this country of late years, his attract d much attent...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 October 1843

Deferred CITY INTELLIGENCE. Monday, Oct. lt>. U. S. Marshal's Office.?William Strick land, mate of tl.e packet ship Liverpool, was arrested on a complaint made by William Davis, one of the seamen, for cruel and unusu.?.l treatment. Davis states that the mate dragged him into a state-room while his hands were tied be? hind him, and flogged him severely. The mate was held to bail. Superior Court.?Before a full Bench. Decisions.?Robert Elder rs. John GrittcoieL?-On a mortgage given by S.A. Bostwick to Loan Commissioners. The mortgage and transfer by commissioners is a iulFicient title, and it is not necessary for both Commissioners to be present at a sale. Motion for new trial denied. Marcus t. C- Kimball vs. John Aetee/L?Appeal on a rent case against Theodore Knowlton, where Mr. Kimball was surety for the rent. The Court held that although a married w oman is not liable on a leav, yet her surety is, the same as an endorser on a forged uote. Judgment affirmed. James Mills vs. G. H. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 October 1843

south Po.?? over the Rocky Mountains. urehave general! v thought of the Rocky Moun ?jjj as some nearly impenetrable barrier between 'eib'zation and the wilderness?a frozen horror, wyjn,t the efforts of man to overleap, and stand. ? /frowning at the onrushing tide of civilization, "the midst of a solitude too appalling to be ublifne, and which was never to be broken. All these foolish ideas, however, arc to be dissipated? Ae bugbear is to disappear. Recent discoveries jjjve disclosed the agreeable fact that there is jjjtle difRciiUv in passing the Rocky Mountains, jjjfj that the obstacles to be surmounted dwindle ,0 in?joTiificancc when compared with those once existing in rc?ard t0 the Alle<:hanies-whose tficc-dcermd impenetrable fastnesses arc now pierced" in every direction by railroads and canals, inniiiil^tm^ as it were, not only space and time, ?pu; Ending K> powder beneath tiu: fe/Jt the giant retains, with their peaks covered with eternal 530ff. -After reading the follo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 October 1843

For The Tnbone OLD LETTERS. Ye mournful relics of ray earlier days, Strange arc my thoughts as on you now I gaze; For swift-winged Memory, faithful to each year. Calls him to life whose image dweUcth here; And in these lines which hallowed friendship gave, Reveals a Love, and mourns beside a grave. I would not the emotions now control, That sadden as they elevate my soul? That o'er me steal with their resistless powers, As gently as the dew on Summer flowers, Recalling, while their potent power doth last, Joys sacred made, because forever passed, [bless, While Memory mourns, bright Fancy springs to And by-gone vears to moments now compress, Clothing with life the image that I keep, Untouched bv time, undimm'd by breathless sleep. Once more I*listen to thy well known voice, Live in thy love, and living thus rejoice ; And own aguin the witchery of the spell, That bound our souls in union lonjr and well. Together now we tread life's deviou- path. Blessed with its hopes, defying all its...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 October 1843

-ivi NEW.YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED evlry morning, 8?NDAv exqept e ?. Slivered to CirVSubscnbers for m>e LhN L&per Afld1 or ?? >,> , r?eypi*fer, they can pay in advancetit the werk, or w" ? ' , ? At tne same rate. Single ^^?r?S??^"^ S3 per annum. f,,p!tv.> ce ? and thepaper in no case continued beyond the ,nldrwhicl it ? paid- SubacnpttOM taken lor Six ^'J-ffcreare allowed oa Daily Exchanges with-my other rai*i- Teitnn of Advertising. . f i\?s or leas. (ov?r Six.) First insertion... ?) cents. Tt-N u ',i " tor each subsequent insertion.25 " . (i |< it six Insertions, or one week.... SI '.A " ?? lorTwikty-Eivkinsertions.b do " rW Lesser advertisetneuts at equally favorable rates. THE N E W-Y0RKVYEEK L V TRIBUN E Very Laise. PapcJfi for the Conn try, A ' A jtBLlSHED EVERT SATURDAY mormxg , i-^-.jtice "i TWO DOLLARS peraunum, in advance. A-G'g, Rn icious and funeral Noticks, not ex THE TRIBUNE, ? The Dial' for October. That 'The Dial' has lain several days on our...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19. FOR PRESIDENT, HENEY CLAY Zr' General Comratltece of Democrat i Whig vouajj Meu.?A Special ineetmS ol this torn raita-e Will be titia att..e Broadway House, oa Friday Even IIJ!;. the iOt'i t>f Ociober, at half-pnf 7 o'clock By Order, ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. Cha&lls K. Tailor, i Shanes. James B. Swain, j _ IfJ- A* our former brief notice has not had the desired etfeuof pieventing nnafcessary trouble to others, we most repeat that a gentleman of Literary name has been eugageii to fill the place in onr establishment lately vacated by Mr Raymond, and that we have now no need of farther Edito? rial assistance. _ O" Hon. .MORRIS FRANKLIN was yester? day nominated for Senator by the Whig Conven? tion of this District. Mr. Franklin was elected two years ago, with a heavy majority in the City against us, and elected over Elijah F. Purdy. We believe he has seldom or never been on the Coun? ty Ticket and defeated, and we are confident he w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 October 1843

riv In jUlicaic or^an. as to ; rouuce run?:"'?.?. ? ?-? ^rigV* Indian VegetableFilIs rear it J ilurl itfu In di eiSf? carwittB-nff *cold. because they <xH fiom the syv .'mall morbid ,. d corrupt humors (the cn.iv-..I every kind ?fd??ue) iu m> ? - j . id ?.'unl a manner that the body i* te Keved of Us suffcriuw m if !". magic: _.? , ^F?u-oi fiveofsaid r?diaa \ egetablc Pilb taken every n?gh ,?? ine to bed will ?" * ?",|t t,m'' r,,r:'"v'' thernosl obstinati ^l^'auhesain-time the.! jgestive organs wiil be reatored.to he.I hv tiT.e.aiid theTnoou completely purified that in flammatiou of thi lungs, consumption, 01 any other form ol d?ees? mil be absolute!) irape isible. Office* devoted exclusively t-> the sale <>f the Medicin< wholesale aud letail:?Nos. 233 Greenwich-street, New-York No. 193 Tremoht-street, Boston; and No. 169 Race-street, Phi )<l ' - ?All 1MB - JdKDicwtM for mi reoplb.-rThefollowing are r>-c>m {Beaded from their superior ? iffic n y iu curing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. Kentucky?Official Pi\t. Whiz cand. I ote. T. -Bsrbour. . .4 6-i9 ??!!. *tWiIlis Green.. . .S.H* JIIi. ?Henry Grider . . .4434 IV. B. Y. Owtley . . .4,006 -Srou.:(ia?!).l,.i07 ?jj y. j.- Grigsby.. .3,701 fJdhn Pope find).2,338 VI. 'fJoUn White.._6,850 VII. *W.F.Thoum*on. 4,900 j.O. Spring (tnd).l,162 fGarrett Davis. . .6,788 :L. W Andrew-. . ..'.,072 Wrn. K. Wail. . .6,184 'n'vs Meubers. fMeuib VIII. IX. X. Vote for CoxoRtm. Loeo. cani. Vot *|Linn Boyd.6.CT -McCreery.4,9S -Irw in. . . .4. II ?Geo. A. Caldwell.4,5C *J*rr.e< Stone . . .. ,s7 Daniel (?..rrarJ. . . 71 Jysrpli Letouspte.4,4? lUWicklilTe. jr.. .4,91 'Richard French. ,.5,4? 'J. W. Tibba;r_s . ..6,61 .-> of the '.^1H- use. Tennessee?Oh im:. Vote fob Co.m Ritsi />tV. Whigs. Vote. Lotos. 1. Uohn A. Aiken.4,352 ?Andrew Johnson.; I *\Vm T Sen.vr r. tin-Wallace.. "Win. I I h imasJ.Campb 11.5,700 ?Juli iWvBtackweJl ? Bransford. .3.650 * AI van Collom, 5.K 4,2? II; ill. IV V. V. VII. \ III. !.\. Uiutavus \ . 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 October 1843

WKW 1OIlk^TRIBUNE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY morning, sunday excepted. At 150 Nassav-st. (orrosn r. City Hall,]? Nkw?York, a^daliwred to I ity Subscribers for NINE < ENTa per werklofwheu they prefer, they can pay m advance at the rwk'ior s'* months, 01 a war at the ?am* rate. Single mpV* TWO CENTS. Mai] subacribers Si per annum, V advance ; aud the j>apcr 111110 rase continued beyond th* time for which it 1* jkuJ. Subscriptions taken lot Six NO difsVrencealloTred on Daily Exchanges with any <>ttu-r PP*^- Tumi of Advertising. TEN LINES or less, lover Six.) t int insertion... M1 cents. ?' lor each subsequent insertion.?3 " ?t " toi six insertions, or one Week.... St 50 " w for TwLNTY-Fm. insertions.6 00 r^T* Longer advertisements at equally favorable rates. marriages, Rvi.iGiofs and funeral notices, nOt'ex ?eedii>K live lines, &) cents. THE TRIBUNE. Hitcvnrv "Xotices. THK WlKT'eRfl?EES', A Perennial Gift for 1844. Edited by John Keese. Illustrate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 October 1843

THEjrfllBUN-E, ^W?YMO^^* OCTOBER 20. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CJLAY, OF KKrCTCCIT. CfUKLKJ K. Tivlor, > Secretaries. Javr* B. Swaiv, 3 Jj* The Journal of Commerce says it is M not accustomed to shrink because of close quarters," and yet consumes half a column in evading our test question. That paper had selected Brass Kettles, Loaf S.igar, and Linseed Oil as three articles on which the present Tariff i nposcs a tax of some fifty per cent, on the American consumer. We disputed this assumption, and aeked the Jour, nal to "be good enough to state how much higher these articles are than they were before the pre. sent Tariff was imposed." Here is a question easily answered by referring to the Journal's own files. But no?that would upset its whoie argu? ment, and so the Journal refuses to answer at all, but goes on to figure up that all these articles might be cheaper in the absence of a Tariff. Of course, it is easy to say this, and even to asseit, as the Journal in effect does, that, in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 October 1843

em i? oa the marked Blftckeyed Pea* dull at 100 a 75 ceuts per bushel. WHISKY.?The only transaction we notice is 40 bbls Western at 25c. Drudge is held at 23Jc, with moderate sales The arrivals of bbls are moderate. FEATHERS.?We notice sales 60 bags Western Live Geese at 33c, cash. HAY.?The Market was nearly swept, bnt three consid? erable parcels have h*en received. We quote 37 a 40c for shipping lots. OIL AND BONE.- Tiierp have been no transactions in Crude Whale. Holders are firm at 40c A sale of 900 bbls Crude Sperm has been made at Warten, for Nevr-Bedford, at 75c, cash. A sale of 20,000 lbs Bone (15,00:1 N West) was made before the steamer arrived, at 43 cents, cash, for export. TOBACCO.?At auction 40 hhds Kentucky unmerchanta? ble sold at 2 a 3jc, average 2 SO, 4 mos. 42 cases manufac? tured sold at 5$ a 8^c, cash. FISH ?Dry Cod ? held at 2 31; a 2 37J, w ith small soles. A lot of 200 bbls Mackarel has been sold on private terms; No 1 have sold at about 9 75, and No 2 $8. Sal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. Domestic Industry?Mr. Clay-The Ladies. The Eighth Annual Fair or the Agrikultur. I Society ot* Bourbon County, Ivrrtnck}, was held daring the last three days of S^picmber. Tlie fedies present were quite numerous, and many of them contributed articles for exhibition. Among the domestics that took a premium was a pair of Blankets, the manufacture of Mrs. James Hutch craft, of Bourbon County, made of the long, fine fleece of the Bakewell sheep. They were of un common size and thickness, weighing each IJ3 pounds. Upon one was embroidered in beautiful letters the word ! Tarixf,' and upon the other the name of the projector and defender of that mea? sure? 4 Henry Clav.' They were designed as a present to Mr. Clay?a present well worthy of I the distinguished donee. The lady who made them selected the Hon. G. Daw to present them, who accompanied the presentation with these re? marks: ^t ,/Hcre Mr. Cur,is?patraf Waake*, mad-, by Mrs. JamraHo'tchenft of Bonrbon County, whir!, she...

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