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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 October 1843

xi.W-yORK TRIBUNE. VrW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED rH r-LRY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPT?D? Mi_AC-sT.(opp??rTK Cirr Hall;) New .Tor?, no '' ity Snbscribers for NINE CEN I S p*. tB^?en theypwfer, they can nay in advance ntthe ^*?ont!w or a vear ?1 the saniert*. Single ?^VO CENTS. Mail inbecribera $5 per annum, frl^^wid the Paper in do case continued beyond the v&t which it is Mid. Subscriptions taken lot Su ?ise *g?rt_c?I. allowed on Daily Exclanses with any other -ijer. tei m s of A d v er t i*i n if'. ' .rrVESnr lew, (over Six,) hint insertion... 50 cenU. Tf-N*-1,. fnreach subsequent insertion.2j " jorJix Insertions, or one .week. . . .$! 50 ' i? for TwKrrrr-FivE insertions.:> oa " * ? .advertisements at equally favorable rates. ?Tb"1** Kviicinisand Funeral Notices, notes THtNKVV-Y(>KK WEEKLY TRIBUNE v ,v LJif' Paper, for the Country, Jk? . VtfUSHED ever1 sato KD ay morning i _ riicv ol TWU DOLLARS per annum, in advance. ^ t_? i?w i" ... ,,. ? T RIB ? X E. Great Britain. rg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF IKNTCCKY. O* The Whig Nominating Committee has agreed on the names of JOSEPH WEED of the Tenth Ward for County Clerk, and Dr. ALEX. B. WHITING of the Sixteenth Ward for Coro ner. These arc capital selections. Mr. Weed is one of our most indefatigable Whig veterans, who has never before been a candidate, while Dr. Whiting was the Physician to the Alms House during the last Political year, and in that capa? city richly merited and secured the approbation of the public and the affectionate gratitude of the unfortunates to whose afflictions he was called to minister. There lives no man better qualified, by talent, acquirement and experience for the post of Coroner, and wcare confident that he will receive more than a party vote. He must, if the People know him, as we trust many of them do. So far, every thing looks like Victory. Notes on the Mid-West ' Politics.?Whoever travels over the region lying between Lake Er...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 October 1843

Ckf.at Family Holtdat ?Gen. Tom Thumb wpccts .k-viiAnd? ofvj*iror? to-day, and especially all the chrldr* vl will bedoublv gntified in <ce.ng this captivating am; ?nd'rful little fellow . and. at the same time, witnessing th. lejtMne anr- diversified rer'ormances which take [dace t? : ^o-day at the American Mnseiim._ ^^.fhrmo'.t miraculous and marvelouaatfxactions we evei Tcf are nut loith at IVale's Museum till*afternoon_an< Neverwasthe like produced beloie forashilliug, n0r mdVd lor any pri<e. ^_ -pk', SaRSaPARILLa.?During the warm s- ason the !!?: ifaftbeibodyare itteuuated, th" ciiculation rendered la ? id and ?be seeds of disease firmly rooted, and unless prone ''medies are timely administered, the invalid will sink be n th the autumnal attack offerer, or s<.me other equally f ta T*n of disease. The blood bei-.:; the grand sour:. ! f< ui ? ??0r life, is immediately concerned is transmitting to even Mrt ofthi system health and renewed vigor, if pnre, and de Ln'itv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 October 1843

Letters from Mr. Weed.No, XXVI. Correspondence of the Albany Evening Journal. Lon-do*. Angu? 25, 1543. I stated in a former letter that I should hav< occasion to speak of Bishop Hughes again, and if I now say lets of him than I then intended, it is because a longer and more intimate acquaint? ance with him, has imposed restraints that may not be disregarded. Nor will I, with the Atlan? tic between me and the country, the friends, and the home of my affections, willingly say aught to wound those who hold my views upon the Public School question to l>e erroneous. Waving these topics, therefore, I shall now content myself with saying that Bishop Hughes is destined to exert a powerful influence over the ramdsof men. He isin the prime of life, with tastes and habits and aspirations which will not rest while there are treasures of knowledge unexplored. And next to the sacred office to which he has been consecra? ted, he is desirous of promoting the general wel fare of his fellow cit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 October 1843

Ivkw-york tribune. TH? NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED 1 every morning, sunday excepted. A. mm**iv-sr. (opposite Citt HALt^mEWjYoiut, t AAdirercA to City Subscribers for MISE CENTS per or when they prefer, they can pay in advance at the rwki?r six months, or a vcar at the *ame rate. Single i? TWO CENTS. Mail subscriber* Si per annum, ? Irauce ; and die paper in no cane continued Insyond the iaJ? At which it :s i>aid. Subscriptions ukeu lot Six tune ?^? So difference allowed on Daily Exchange* with any other caper- Teims of A d v ex t i a i n jj . ?pr\' LINES oi less, (over Six.) First insertion... .'?0 cents. " for each subsequent insertion.26 " ? (or six Insertions, or one week.... $160 " ., forTwK5Tv-FivE insertions.5 00 " ?r-r- Longsr advertisements at equally fivo'able rates. 'vUBBiAOf-s, RKWOiOUa and FusERAX Notices, notes ^ing five lines, 2i cents._ THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE iVery LaiRe Paper, for the Country, IS PIBLISHKP KVK.KY s ATtTH DAY MORNING jj_t rJie lowriice...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23. FOR PR.ESIDENT, HENRY CL.AY, OF KK5TCCKT. rr*? Democratic Whig General Commit? tee.?An Adjoamed Meeting ol this Committee will be held at the Broadway House, Oct. ilth in?t.. ? 74 o clock. PHILIP HO.NE, Chairman. Wit. TVIINCR, \ Secretaries ~>n Or N. Ii. BRlPFQR?.ptCfe^" 0<f32t Notes on the Mid-West?-No. II. Business, Emigration, &c.?The crops of this year have been generally good ?iroughout the hither West?Grass, &c. universally so. Wheat was rather light in Western New-York, but ol excellent quality ; the quality is also good farther West. Corn was slim and frost-bitten in the Genesee country; but, though late and small, it had a warm, long fall, and filled well farther West. But the Lake Erie region is rather adapted to Grazing than to Grain, and Cattle are now ruinously low, while Sheep, owing in part to the fear of wolves and the ordinary impediments in a new country, have not been introduced so largely as they should have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 October 1843

MONEY MARKET. "ijg* For sales at the Stock Exchange, see First Page Commercial and Money Matters. Saturday, P. M. The at the S:ock Board to-day were uot large, and rice* gave way. Illinois lias not improved an much as was PjpecteJ uuder the uews of the loan. It decliued 3 per cent: Kentucky, J; Ohio,}; Indiana, 1; Harlem improved ??g ? jug up on ihe second board; Paterson improved 1; Long Island steady. The Bill market continues very dull. Sterling 3'a 9; Franci 5 27 a 5 26*. The letteis received to day from the South, speak of black frost and the other calamities which usually befall the cotton crop about this seeson. The following items are from state? ments in our Southern exchanges, and must be taken cum -ra.no sails. In the Shantee Country, a letter says, not mor< than|one-third crop will be made. In the Kershaw District, g,C., a lettersays they had a frost on the 16th inst., and the crop will be one fourth to one third less than the last. In Upper St- Johns and St. Stephens...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 October 1843

ODE.By H. T. Tuckermax. W-ittea for tlx Ani.iv?*T?nrv of the American Ii.stitute. When Hum:in Thought, inspired by Lore, Through Nature's deep arcana flies, A holy sanction from above With glory crowns the high emprize, Creation thus benignly yields To man her laws and treasures still? The heaving main, the starry fields Are vassals of his earnest will. Then is redeemed Earth's weary lot, Exalted Labor'? manly heart, And Toil's long bitterness forgot, In triumphs of immortal Art! Her summons from the quarry's bed, Calls up the Statue's form sublime, Or bids the Press exulting spread Truth's sacred light through every clime. O'er Matter's vast and wild domain, The conquests of the dauntless Mind Have felt red Passion's lawless reign, And all Life's dements refined. Blest Science! let thy sceptre wave, A wand of peace o'er land and sea, To "uard new laurels for the brave, And set the world's pule bondmen free ! The hues of flowers that bloom to die, The boundless riches of the mine, T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 October 1843

.j in. um.im "KKW-YORK TRIBUNE. -nil? NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, i. im NAS*At>?T. (opposite City Halu.) Nkv. A ohk, to ?. ity Subscribers for NI.nL c?n I S pet ^Jkorvrhen they prefer, they cau pay in advance atthe ""tit? *x months or a year at the same rate, Single B"* two CENTS ,*'3" subscribers Si pciannum, ? ''a^nce ? and the paper in no ease continued beyond the ? ' ? i- -Which it u pa.u. Subacnpaons taken tor Six JJ^ereuce allowed ou Daily Exchanges with any other pajer- T e 1 m s of Advertising. , iVRS Ot less, (over Six,) First insertion ... 50 cents. Jb>u\, * ror each subsequent insertion.23 " .?...?. w.-.L. <tl '-I ?? m ' fe: six insertions, or one week.... $1 M fOrTwEI?TV-FlVE insertion,.U (J(i L-b. i fta,.-radvertisements at equally favorable .ntej */ ?ri*7?*. RvJ.HSt'M-smid FC?ERAl. NOTICES, JffgJ hues. *> cents._ THB N EW-YORK WI--.EKLY TRIBUNE iVerT iaifte Paper, for the Country, i? mjb1.WHED every ?AT0EDAV morning j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 October 1843

VHETJUKIJNE. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER2-I FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CiL AT, P Democratic Whig Generat Commit foe.?An Adjourned Meeting ot this Committee will bv hei at the Broadway House, Oct. 2Jth h*t.. at 71 o'clock. PHILIP HONE, Chairman. Wm. Ti kNrs, > u . ? N. G. BR-DtoRD.^_^^__ o23a IGtli Animal Fair at Nlblo'S Garden ?Exhibitiors {of Milk, Dra) men and all co:i<-rr;ed, will til ?iOtic- ri.-tt the .fudge* will examine such specimens as ai brought ro-rooir'ow (WedNEJDI ? ,)at 9 o'clock in the mon ing, in Niblo*s Garden. Not less than thirty ?juarts wi?-1 it-.ju.red from each competitor. It will be tested by Fry Lactometer. Fanners* Club dinner same day (WEO.fESOAr,)at2o!cloci P. M., at La Fayette Hall, opposite Niblo'*. Tick< ts 90 cents, mav be had at the Managers' Rooms. Bam of MnsicwfflheatNiblb's this day (Tuesday;) also initru mental and Tocal music at i o'clock. Commercial please copy. ^_ r~j- An Agent for this paper is wanted at Poughkeepsi* .?(tue who renidei in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 October 1843

nan. V. 1835.$6 a 6.1 1836." c 7 fore reported of 10'000 btwheh New-Orleans changed band? for distilling, at 5l|c, weight. Rye is not plenty. Sale: boat 1000 bushels Rye in the slip at 64c Barley is in sonv n|v but held above the views of buyers. Oats ar? firm 'Id not pletitv, with sale* at 27J a 2?c. *\vHISKv ? For good bbls 24$c is freely offered. Th* ^^j, are bot light- Drudge is held at 23Jc, with good de "hAY ?There has been a brisk demand for shipping, and ' 11500 bales have been taken at 33 a 41 cents, part kJjjrtred on ship board. The matket has a tendency to lin ^jpES.?-We notice sales 5000 Buenos Apes and 734 ittpstnn on terms not made public. Ort IND BONK.?The market for both articles is firm. , we a0tice sales 1300 bbls South Sea, for export, at 40c. ^0 do f >r home use, at 40 a 41. A sale of 23,000 lbs South Bone was made, for export, at .'i0 cents. ?P1CES.?We notice farther sales about 2000 lbs. No. 1 N'nUwgi at a shade below 67; cents. COPPER-?We notice a sale of50...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 October 1843

XT The following sterling verses were contri? buted to the Boston Pilot by R. S. S. Androp Erq. of New Bedford, Mass.: AMERICA TO IRELAND. Men of Ireland 1 from the graves Where oar fathers sleep, Comes a voice, like coming waves, Stern and deep; From the hill-side and the valley And the mountain glen: Hearken . for it bids you rally, In the might of Men ! Hearken!?Thus its murmurs swell? " Sorts of glorious sires! By toe shrines ye love so well, By your lyres: Bv your martyCd dead who slumber; Ay, by home and hearth. Let not tyrants longer cumber^ Thus your groaning earth I ? Stand erect in God's name stand ! Omvr.rd for the Right, Heart to hea-t, and hand to hand, To the fight!. Bow r.o mo.e like driven catlie, To the Saxun lord ; Onward! and in Freedom's battle, God will give ye ward! ' Onward! w herefore should ye pause ? Fear ye death may come ? What is life when despot laws Strike ye dumb ? What when Hope's last link is sundered What??oh; better far That the ocean o'er ye thun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 October 1843

NKW-YORK TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED T EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED. ^ v ?,'.?t (opposite City HaLL,)NeW. \ ork, aA?efe?o cicV SuhVcrib,? lor NINE CENTS ,v r Awo k or wlu-u they prefer, they can. pay in adv .nee at the b'( r ?:* months, or a vear at the same rate. Singh ? TWO CENTS. Mail subscribers %'j per annum. ^'p!u*,ofp ? ami the paper in no case continued beyond the time tor which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six ^'difference allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other raj^r- T e i m s of A d v e r t i s i n g. i|NEs> or le.ss. (ov*r Six,) First insertion . . .50 cents. TEN ?*> for each subsequent insertion. M ? ? for six insertions, or oue week. ... $1 M ' ?> forTwKNTY-FtrKinsertions.5 00 S^., on5rur advertisements at equally favorable rales. briacM. Rvi.imovs and FlJKERAL NOTICES, uot fx friggfire lines, 25 cents._ THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ? Very LaiKe Taper, for the Country, A is rCBLlSHED EVF.KY SATURDAY MORNING At thelowriice ol TWO DOL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. "WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25 ~~FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF KKKTTJCKT. County Convention.?An adjourned meetim: bf th< Democratic Whig County Convention will be heida? ihe Broadway House on WEDNESDAY EVENING, 25th wet. at 71 o'clock. DAVID GRAHAM, Chairman. Bexrdict Lewis. Jr./ salaries. j. Geosge Rowland, S _ ^Senatorial Convention?First Di? trict.-Aa Meeting of the Delegates to the Democrat... W>iz Convention for this Di*rrict. h?dd at Broadway Hons X mSISSthe Hon MORRIS FRANKLIN wasunar, imously nominated for re-election to the.hen.-rte of tins Stau. Bv order of the Convention. OLIVER T. HEWLETT. Chairman. David A. bokkt. Sec'y. _ ^ Jt E7" Sixteenth Annual Fair of the Ameri? can Inatttule.-The crowds\^^Zt^SS^ NiWo's Garden have abated but lit*. ( Bn^g2SS -MtisM, New ^?nceT?!^ ?in- fJio vanerv and contiiiinlJ) cnaiis??? i~ In, taerartery wro Competitors for the premium scen?Aseem full)'togratit} a.i. ?-o?i? . . , . on Milk are notified ro appear This Day, at 9...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 October 1843

kiubed under own his aiguaturt- by himself, and that both Ly and their people will seriously consider whether Chris anity. or humanity, or good morals, will be promoted by the "production of men iuto our pulpits who glory ia such sen " al? as hav? met the abhorrence of such men an Clarkson, ^?tterforce, Wesley, Hopkins, Edwards, and a host of Sired spirits. LEWIS TAPPAN. S B??I h*ve noln'"S w s,l> 10 tne 'etter ?f ' An Observe jj'publisbed as a sort of N. B. to Dr. Hamilton's commu niistio"- _ ,m,_ Commercial and Money Matters. 10? for sales at the Stork Exchange, see Last Page. Tck^dav P. M fhe sales'at the St'(k Board were to fair extent, hut ?.-<* were not firm. Illinois declined *}; Indiana ?; Ohio j" jjjjlem I'. Long Island }; A large sale of Government f-^esKM made at 103$. The Bill market is well supplied. Southern hills are corning forward more freely, and there is also a fair supply of Virginia and Canada bills. We quote Sterling a Sj}; FrascsSS"} a 5 26L ?r>he Cin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. A Good Example. Mr. Williams, a merchant of Unadilia, Otscgo County, a few days since took one thousand o the * Junius Tracts.' on hi3 own account, for dir tribution in that County;?that is, 250 of each oj the four of the Series?each of which, we maj remark, is equally important and indispensable. Now, this is as it'should be; If the Whig Com mittees will not do their duty, (they seem to bi asleep; where are they ?}?let individual enter? prise take up the cause of the People, and the Country. We observe that Committees too often stand in the way, by inviting reliance, and dis? appointing hope." We trust this stumbling-block will be removed out of the way, and that we shall speedily witness a resurrection of these dead bodies. We publish the "Junius" Tracts for the au thor and proprietor, and have no interest m them but the advancement of the Whig cause. We shall be happy to supply orders from every county in this State, and from any part of the Union.? We have long felt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 October 1843

.u.a m| i a uminiBiif??^DMWWMBM THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE 19 PUBLISHEl KVKRY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED. At 160 NaSSAC-ST. (brMUTS ClTT HaIjL,11 n-KW Vota A^ dVliv.M?-i t? I try Subscribers for NINE LENTa pt wcTk or when the/pwfer, they cm pay in adv .nee atth Dakioi six months. ?r a year at the same rate. Singl ? ?a T W? CENTS. Mail subscribers $-< per annum r-f?' ?!tv inre ? And the paper in no case continued beyond th %? t"!f-.vhich it ? r*?d. SaUcnpaoni taken loi Si >* difference allowed on Daily Exchanges with any othe paper. e 1 m s of Advertising. TF\' I INKS oi less. (owr Six,) First insertion ... .'>0 rents forsch snbsequentinsertion.. . 'tt " ?* jor six insertions, or oue week. ...$150 " ,. ?? for Twentt-Fivk insertions.S uo L^ngar advertisements at equally favorable rates. XurriaCVS, Rki.IGIOUa and FuSERAL NOTICES, note CJediuR five hues, &> Centa. THENEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE a y r r y L a i k e Paper, for the Country, is rCBLISHED eveby sa71kdav morning At ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26. c F~OR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, of ?kxtcckt- _ Great Annual Pair of the American Institute at Niblo'k Garden.-This lay and to morrow ?re th- two la*t days of thia truly grand celebraUon <ot np with immense trouble aud expense, and will positive!) clow on Friday of this week. Such masse* of population a liave resorted to the Garden ha\e u*-ver been witnessed in ou -mpnriuin. The Manager* have not lime to name all Uk transactions, exercis-s and interesting movements thnt mns i* crowded in Uiis short spac?, continually succeeding ?-ac? other. TV.ouainds have not witnessed the grand spectacle ., more than 20.000 cholfceproductions, reflecting gioiy on Amer i<-an g-nius, and illustrating the mighty powers of Aniencai invention. Through this day there will be a succession oi ab sorbingeaterttintnents. The Hutchinson Family wiuaini ?tv-ral of their N-st songs ?t 4 o'clock in the afternosn. 1 hi ?eJtfng.at 7i o'clock, the Hon. Gabrikl Ftnustt w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 October 1843

Commercial and Money Matters. qq- Formales at the Stock Exchange, see J**t Page Wepnkkuay F. M. ?fhe sales were not large at the Board to-day, and pric<-? 9eTt rather lower. Chio fell off a; Illinois 1$; Alabama ] rfgjted States Sixes impr?red ^. Long Island fell off i Rarlem Iii Farmers' Loan }; Peterson 2$ per cent, occa? sioned by a broker selling out unexpectedly 4(H) ...hares. The Bill market is heavy, with a good supply, the mails ioiv bringing considerable quantities of Southern bills. Wt q0ot? Sterling 8} a 81; Francs 6 27$ a 5 261. U has been stated iu some of the papers that an agent from 'he English bond-holders came out with Mr. Rynn, to ex imjDeinto the correctness of the representations made b-, the Illinois Commissioners in the late negotiations for the < m Loan- This is not the fact. The appoiutmeut of the agent jp, left with Baring, Brothers & Co. and Messrs. Magniai Jaidine St Co., who, after consultation, decided that the -?Jon selected should be an Amer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 October 1843

THE TRIBUN?;. ET The Ladies' Companion for November has contributions by Sirnms, Mrs. Sigoumcy, Mrs Embury, G. G. Foster, G. W. Patten, and other?; We borrow- from it the following: TO A PLANT AT SEA H\ mrs. ltd!a h. MGOrRIVTV. Hold up thy head, thou timid royager ! Vexed by the %torm-clouds, ai they darkly roll, And by tile liercely tossing w a les that stir Thy .lender root, and try thy trembling sool;? Sad change, from thy sweet garden, where ihr <\> \\ Kir-h morning glistened in thy grateful eye. And where no rougher guest thy bosom kuew Than rjniet bee or gadding butterfly. It grieves me sore to see thy leatk-ts fade, Wearing the plague-spots of the glittering spray, And know what trouble I for thee have made; Yet still bear on, meek partner of my way, For in thv life I keep the flowery chain Of home and its delights here on the lonely mam. ET Tbc New Mirkor of this week has a .Portrait of Count D'O?sav, King of Dandyland. He cuts rather a good figure. ET the American Agr...

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