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

*K SOKHKG, SUND.? * D?k ,orru-( ' t k N TS. M ul subscnbert SS ne? aunum, arr?ie and thepaper in no case cnniinue? beyond th iatdV Aich it is i??d. Subscriptions taken t<* Sn jjllK ,',r ^TSfcrenceallowed on Daily Exchanges with anj oth* fxjer- T e i m * 0 f Advertising. tiers or less, (over Six.) r irst insertion... 50 cents rO* ** ,i for each subsequent insertion.25 || " for six Insertions, or one week.... $150 " forTwK>TY-FiVE insertions.6 u'.i ^SSliaes, 25 cents._ THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE , Laige i'aper, for the Country, V? ?BBtWHBO M ERY SATURDAY MOR.1ING tel0Wp?c* 01 TU'U DOLLARS p? r inutun, in adi ance Vhe tribune. Letters from Italy.So, Will. from die Special Correspondent of the N. Y. Tribuue. THE POPE ..-DON MIGI LL.. .MEZZA FONT!. Rome, April, 1S43. To-day I received an invitation to be presented rbis holiness the Pope, but as I found that ?chorls' and some other inconvenient ct-ceteras rere necessary I declined. I regretted it after? wards, as I found I could ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 November 1843

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1. FOR I RLS'DEyT. EiEKBY CLAY, ov Z EtVT u c E v? D?MOCBATIC WHIG senaT Cp Ia i- JfOMEN?TION? Dist. I.,. MORRIS FRANKLIN. XI... ALEXANDER H. WELL?? Ol... JOHN T. .MORE. IV ... GEORGE A. si.n.noNs. V . . . STARR CLARK, CHARLES E. CLARKE. VI. .. HENRY ?. WAIiBRHDG E. VII.. .JOHN M AYNAKD. VIII . ? ? FREDERICK F. BACKUS. COL M V ."JoMlN a fIO> J. Far Sheriff.C. 1. WILLIAM JONES, 14th Wax " Ccimty Cierfc.JOSEPH WEED lOthJJ yd ? Cor ^r.Dr.ALEX.2 WHITING, 16th War, tcr Members of JUsembly : RICHARDS. WILLIAM?. ALONZO A.ALVOIID WILLIAM MANDEVJLLE, JOHN.MARTIN. ELBBID?E G. BALDWIN. SAMl. EL \V EBSH J, ADONIRAftl CHANDLER, U IL LI AM H.SU Er. I lI KXANDERr. FONDA, WILLLAM TURNER, AUGUSTUS L. BROWN, EDWARD DA VTON. ABRAHAM R. LAWRENt E Great Whig Meeting at National Hall. The meeting last evening National Ha was one of the largest and certainly one of tli most enthusiastic that ever assembled in thi great city. The spirit ol' Is 10 is again abroa among the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 November 1843

V sale cd 1200 bushtls Barley wa 0iie f?* ' ceuts" ratl^r better demand for South' rn Flour, and we ^'.iderable'iales old Georgetown at 4 50. 300 bane ?\mond Couatrv sold at 4 62% and 150 do Braudywiue Common grades are worth 4 00 a 4 ?.6}. Rye - .not pica" , and the .at.- higher. Sah ? of falr were IlTvat 3 25 a 3 37?. Poot t; held at 3 12$. AH the ^*'urr,vinc was taken at 3 37j foi poor, to ?? i ; i g. k*? ^ ;s held at 1 62j a 1 75. Jersey Meal is not > Jjuv/Llor some time just. We quote 2 75. Sabs , . 411tj 100 bsirels Bra?dvwiue on private terms. ^l.slOo: Vellen and Whit. 110 a US], GRAIN-?-There is, we believe, no Wheat, except' intt parcels in ?tore. There is a fair inquiry. Tht la \f was at 100 cents. Com continues firm, with but littl ?>rTeriug- About 1500 bushels N< th River sold iu lots jocrati,^roeasute, and 1500 New-Orleans 53, weigh Rreis taken about as fast as it arrives. We notice sale joyo bushels at 6>i ceuls, in die slip, and 67 ceuts del" Thesnpply ofO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 November 1843

For The Tribune. T*> the Alumni of Williams College. flb PU ctrasicn ?/ the Jubilee of the Institution ??ptsi iftA, 1S43. BV E. W. B. CHASMNG. Tire soldier girt his glittering sword. With battle's armor on; For like the Northern tempest poured. lias war's dread summons gone The land her larurn trumpet rang. And forth her children brave? A race oi' hardy yeomen?sprang, To conquer and to save. Among the crowded ranks of war, That mocked the levelled gun, Round old TVs storied walls alar. And at the Horicon, Our galland leader nobly led A thousand gallant men ;? There his last page of glory read. Nor turned the leaf again. While yet with bright New England'* hills, His steps held dalliance, His saddened spirit mused the ills Of war's mysterious chance : His soul had caught a whispering From Truth's prophetic urn? v- Soldier! thy next campaign shall bring For thee no glad return.'" Without a fear he read his doom. And scorned a base reprieve; If duty oped an honored tomb, T were not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 November 1843

NEW-YOUR TRIBUNE. THK NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED every MORNING, SUNDAY ^OEPTED. At 160 N assal"-?t. (opposite C i t v ir s j \E CENTs'V* r And delivered to < pavh^dvoice" rir the week.or when tlrevprefer, tt*ycm? ^ SS^IWTW0TeNTS MS SSb? S3 P? copies i " U ? continued beyond the SnS^w? *kcn I? Sil No* difference allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other paPT? Tel ms of Advertising. tvn* I INES or less, (over Six.) First insertion .. .socents. ?? Jor each subsequent insertion.25 ^ joi six insertions, or one week.... Si 50 (( ? ,. for Twkn rV-FlVE insertions... ... 5 00 (TV t opcor advertisements at equally favorable rates, j^^oxs;Relioiousand Fwskal Notice-, not ex eeeding Bye lines, 25 cents._ THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Vety LaiEf Paper, for the Country, is published every SlTCKPAY morning At the lowpiiceol TWU DULLARb |-rannurn.m advance. THE TRIBUNE. Literary Intelligence. BebaNGER's .Songs and Poems, translated, are soon to be published in Philadelphia, edited by Re...

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

the tribune. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CjLAY, op kentucky. democratic WHKi SENATORIAL NOMINATION*. Di?t. I?? ? MORRIS FRANKLIN. H . . . ALEXANDER H. WELLS. Ill... JOHN T. MORE. IV ... GEORGE A. SIMMONS. V r. . STARR CLARK. CHARLES E. CLARKE. VI... HENRY S. WALBRIDGE. YD . . . JOHN MAYNARD. VIII. i . FREDERICK F. BACKUS. county nominations. For Shttiff..Col. WILLIAM JONES, 14th Waid " County Clerk.JOSEPH WEED, 10th Ward. i< Coroner.Dr. ALEX. B. WHITING, 16th Ward. For Members of Assembly : RICHARD S. WILLIAMS. ALONZO A. ALVORD. WILLIAM MANDEV1LLE, JOHN' MARTIN, ELB RIDGE G. BALDWIN, SAMCEL WEBSTER, ADONIRAM CHANDLER, WILLIAM H. SWEL1. ALEXANDER P. FONDA. WILLIAM TLRNEh, AUGUSTUS L. BROWN, EDWARD DAYTON, ... - - ABRAHAM RJA WHENCE._ rT~ General Committee of Democratic "WlritT Young Men.?A Resula meeting of this Com? mittee will be heldat the Broadway Hous*, on r riday Even in* the 3d of November, at 7 o'clock. Bv order, mg. u?e x oi ADD,S0N DOUGHERTY, Chair...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 November 1843

PROVISIONS?Pork is rather nominal to-day at 510 | and $11, with small sales. A parcel of Baltimore- Mess is offered at $10 94. Sales 60 bbls. thin Mess at 10 60. Beef j, selling to considerable extent at 3 75 and 5 75; City Mess 6 -25 a 6 50. The demand for Lard is go.-d. and bbls. are worth 5 a 61 for poor to 6 a 6* for prime. Kegs 6} a 7 cents, ?with sales. LATH.?The las: sale was a cargo of 400,000 Eastern at 1 31}. cash. METALS.?Missouri Lead is held firmly at 3 65}, ca.?h. Sheathing Copper is steady at 21 cts, ft mos. 1000 lbs. infe? rior Old sold at 15 cent*, cash, and 425 lbs Old Brass at 10 cents, cash HIDES.?A sale of 600 doz. salted New-Orleans was jnide on terms uot transpired. FRl'IT ?At Boston at auction, sales?Raisins?Malaga, blue mark, S14 ca?ks adv, 25 sold. 5 52; 200 hf do. 20 sold. 2 S5; 100 qr do. 40 sold, 1 62$; black mark, 560 ca-ks, 75 sold. S&Oa 5 32; 200 hf do. 20 sold. 2 65; 100 qr do.20 sold, 1 37 ?ach; bunch. 2640 boxes adv, 300 sold, $1 92$ a 1 87$; 7...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 November 1843

THE TRIBUNE. ,_? ?_ ___ Another Ascent of Mont Blanc.?The Rhone, of Lyon?, says :?" We have had another ascension of Mont Blauc, the" most fortunate and rapid of any that have yet been executed. Friday, the ?25th of August, the weather being magnificent, and giving hopes of the next da) being also beautiful, Doctor Edward Ordinaire; of Besan con, determined about eleven o'clock in the morning, to at tempt the a?c*mt: and Mr. Edward Tairraz, one of the sons of the proprietor of the London and England Hotel, where he lodged, proposed to accompany him At noon on the 26th, the caravan, composed of thirteen persons, departed from Prieure. At half-past six in the evening they arrived at the rocks of the (/raud-Mulots, which they quitted the next day, at half-nast two in the morning. They were seen to ascend by the old road, exposed to avalanches, and where the three guides of the Doctors Hamel were swallowed up in 1830. At half-past tea Mr. Edward Ordinaire, who pre? ceded the other trave...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 November 1843

-the N'RW-VoRK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHEI 1 every mornino, sunday excepted. At loa Sassjli-st, lotwri s <" ? '^M-Yvxt^' * J.u.ve.e-I to ? itj Su! jcnbers for NINE l ENTs >*: Aud J, nrwhen the* prH r. thev cau naym adyanceat?}? SfiJ ,;, mouthaj-o iveai at the sain* rate, Singh vr-,h 'i\vij CENTS Mail sure ribers >.? net annum, ^'''Ifvnice- rod thenaper in no ease continued beyond the ? r T Vhich it is paid. Subscriptions taken los S;x ^^rence allowed 01 Daily Exchanges with any oth? paper- j, e, m , 0 f A d v e t t I s i u g. ? Tf"N' LINES 01 les?. (dv*i six,) 1- ir*t insertion.. .50 cents " fnreach subsequent insertion.25 " ? ioi six Insertions, <>r one week.... Si 50 " i? forTw?NTV-?ivi insertions.5 00 " p^. Loucer advertisemv s at equal! v favorable rates. 'lUjiKufiKs, R?;i.icio?s and Funeral Notices, ?si cv five lines. 2i Cents._ THK NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE Ivi?iy L a i c ?? Paper, for t h >? Country, is published every saturday mornino At the low pi ice ol TWO ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 November 1843

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3. FOR PRESIDENT, HESRY CLAY, OK kkhtvcjc tr. DEMOCRATIC WHIG SKNvTOKIAL NOMINATIONS. Dist. I. .. MORRIS FRANKLIN. II . . . ALEXANDER H. ELLS. Ill.. . JOHN T. MORE. IV . . . GEORGE A. SIMMONS. V . . . STARR CLARK. CHARLES E. CLARKE. VI . . . HENRY S. WALBRIDGE. VII... JOHN MA YNARD. VIII... FREDERICK F. BACKUS. COUNTY .NOMINATIONS. For Sheriff..Col. WILLIAM JONES, 14th Ward County C/er*.JOSEPH WEED, 10th Ward. ?. Coroner.Dr. ALEX. B WHITING, loth Ward. For Members of Assembly: RICHARD S. WILLIAMS. ALOSZO A.AL\ ORD, AUGUSTUS L. BUOY'S ABRAHAM R. LAWRENCE. REMEMBER i That the Annual Election in this Stale takes place on TL ESI) \V. THE SEVENTH DAY OF NOVEM? BER NEXT. , ? . , . ? ..... H That tho l'olL of Election will he Opened fit sin RISE and Closed at SUBSET. _ _ . Ill That the Elation continues For One Day Only. IV. .Thm tli" name* of all candidates must !*? printed on a V Thattt>? a Full Vote is a WHIG VICTORY. VI?That NEW Y'.KK EXPECTS EV...

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

"7* Consumption. Liver Complaint ?nd ?r*-p>Ps,8 : l hree rnrat tnvet*?rete di eis-ts arising fiom the w?* c*.u*' v? ? vit at-! cou ?tion of the *y?rem, ? re ? u:0j by f^tayins tha: cc.ndi(t?n f the sy^ern u *>n whic? thev depend. Vr. BIS e?J Parcel acts by its purifying and strengtheningprorwrties which it possesses;in an emuie t degree. 'ir"-~"' ta?e nrat ps?a*u'e in string for'hebeoelito jILwiiomay besimi Urlv affected, that I received hoj only aid. but a |>erfect cure from Dr. Blake'? Cou.-h Panacea, when airthe usual remedies hat u tcrly failed I Kad l>e~i. troubled wirh con h i-in in m> year ? heart and *?de; are?tw?uc *??, sweats, &c for a' 1 h id tried lrnanv l*?itig* "which wen- recommend <i m* but 1 crew worse instead of better My appetite1 now bseautoftit, md I could not attend to mybusine s with nt tht greatest difficulty: In this -1?t- I at la?t heard of Dr. Buke'* Panacea. I madec-ut to get to the office ind nurcliase a bottl?*. 1 took it accoiding...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 November 1843

bJfirit^Jhe|WMte tfonntaiiia.. No. il, t BY A STLDKVT OF YALE. Having passed a cornfortablc night, be ready with the sun to ascend the sky. From Craw fore's door you enter a wood?whether on foot or horse, is matter of fancy?though if you go on foot, you will find sober reality, as well as ro? mance, before completing your journey. '1 he trees are noble and abundant, but as you ascend they are smaller and smaller. The first two miles is a continuous climbing. At this distance the trees taper to nothing, and you find yourself upon Bald hill, about 2,000 fret above *he house from which you last started, and about 4,000 feel above the level of the sea. Here was a cold current of air. It is interesting to see how the trees try to grow and war with the severity oi the climate. '.Sometimes a foot in diameter, they are not moro than fifteen feet high ; many are not more than four feet high. Wc found one sc? inches in diameter and not more than eighteen inches high. The mountain at last yiel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 November 1843

iviSW-YORK TRIBUNE. Jnv NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBl'NE IS PUBLISHED T * EVERY MORNING, SUNDAV EXCEPTED. -K nt^J<i to CirV Subscribers for NINE LENTS per *? t or w!e>n ibev pwfen they can pay in advance at the ?veK. Or WIicu 7 1_' ' ,1 _ ...me rar?. Stnvl? SnfforTWhich it ? paid. ^j^r^nce rJlowed on Daily Exchange* with any other f*?*- Tei ms of Advertising. .. i\gs or less, (over Sit.) I* irst insertion... 59 cents. TEN"1,, (/.resell subsequent insertion.25 " lor six insertions, or one Week. ... St 58 " i? for TwK>TV-KtvK insertions.5 00 M " j a..-.e;tisemeii:s at equal I v favorable rates. 'ti ??.?rri. R> -iClOOi and Foek.vl Notices, not ex ^g&vehu.^. ~;c-.its._ THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE ? Veiv Lm:? Paper, for the Country, l4'rl'Kl-l>HKD EVERT SAT0RDAT MORMNG , iJ^ price ci TWO DOLLARS ;*ranDtim, in advance. The tribune? From the Glasgow (Scotland) Chartist Circular. THE POOR MAN'S WEDDING. I wed thee, girl, as poor men wed, To share a lot of toil and care ; No gems w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 November 1843

Railroad and Coal Mines. In another column will be found an important Report made by a Committee of gentlemen on their return from a recent exploration of a Rail road route from Newburgh on the Hudson to the extensive Coal beds on the Lackawannock and the Susquehanna. We have ourselves passed over the proposed route, have a full knowledge of the resources of the country, and we arc acquaint ed both with the gentlemen in Pennsylvania and with those in Newburgh, who have the control of the charters of the respective Companies. When the pubic are fully apprised of the superiority, which this route possesses over every other, foq the easy and economical transportation of Coal to the sea-board, it will create no little surprise that such an important enterprise should have re? mained unnoticed until the present time. Tlus, however, will be explained by the publication of a few facts with which we happen to be acquaint? ed, and which have not before met the public eye. A charter was grant...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 November 1843

OF A TRAVELLING PHYSICIAN. The following extracts arc from a capital artu e'e in the Edinburgh Review entitled Life of a Travelling Physician. The English physician it'seems had the usual ill luck in his profession common to all in overstocked England. After suffering various caprices of fortune we find him at length installed physician to Prince P-at pari?- He &'vcs an uUnwrdus account of his ?fflploycr, who it seems was an easy, lazy, good, natured bon vivant. He would arise in the morn, jag at 10 or 11 o'clock and breakfast, when, if he had nothing in particular to do, lie would delibe? rately undress again and go to bed and sleep council)' until dinner. His cook of course was chief in his profession, and had in turn such pro? found respect for the gastronomic qualities of his master that he was accustomed to say, :i }[<>/t. <icvr le Prince est esscntiellement cuistnierS* This cook, in addition to his other qualities, was an inveterate thief, and plucked his good nat...

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

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MONRING, NOVEMBER 4. FOR PRESIDENT. HJEKRY CLAY, of ?EWTCCrv. democratic whig senatorial nominations. Dist. I... MORRIS FRANKLIN. II... ALEXANDER H. WELLS. III . .. JOHN T. MORE. IV ?.. GEORGE A. SIMMONS. V .. . STARR CLARK, CHARLES E. CLARKE. & VI... HENRY S. WALBRIDGE. VII... JOHN MA YS ARD. , VIII... FREDERICK F. BACKUS. cocnty nominations. For Sheriff..Col. WILLIAM JONES, 14th Ward. ? County Clerk.JOSEPH WEED. 10th Ward. .? Coroner.Dr. alex. b. whiting, 16th Ward. For Membert of Assembly : RICHARD S. WILLIAMS. alonzo A a1.\ ord, WILLIAM MANDEVILLE. ^HN MARTIN VI bridge g BALDWIN, SAMUEL WEBSTER, AD ON I ram C HANDLER, WILLIAM H. sweet, ALEXANDER P. fonda, william turner. Augustus l. brown, edward dayton, abraham r. lawrence. REMEMBER ...That the Annual Election in this Statejjh&te.place on TUESDAY NEXT, the SEVENTH DAY Oh NOVEMBER INST. . n . 11..That the Polls of Election will he Opened at BUN RISE and Closed at SUNSET. _ . ni..That the Election co...

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

53- The Brooklyn Evening Star now attempts to wriggle out of its detected treachery, by repre? senting its former articles as directed against the oppression of workmen by their employers 1? Speaking of its tirade about " a tax of millions per annum in order to pay a legal price for nameless, dark and leprous crimes," " tears, broken hearts, mined virtue,'' &c. this most perfidious sheet now asks?" Did we say this was a necessary consc. cuenceof Home Protection ?"?Sir, you did rep? resent these evils throughout as the natural if not 'necessary consequence' of fostering and extend? er Manufactures among us, as every reader of your paper well knows. This was the scope and purport of your two former articles, as you are quite well aware. You did it skulkingly, never venturing a direct assertion where an insinua? tion would answer the purpose, but the intent was palpable. And you did this, we are fully con? vinced, with no idea of aiding the Laborer to secure his just rights, but wi...

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

Moral Tendency of the Publication of Crimes-Dr. Bannlng's Lectures. [Our readers will remember our discussion with a friend, in the Tribune of Oct. 18th, on the question?Ought newspapers to refrain utterly from the publication of the fads connected with the existence of Crimes ? Our correspondent took the ground, unqualifiedly, that the Public Morals arc impa:red by any such publication, while we maintained, in reply, that although newspaper details of crime often xcere hurtful they wd not be so. and are not in the shape we endeavor to give them,?that the simple knowledge of the existence of crimes docs not necessarily lead to their multi? plication.?But wc will not go over the ground. Here is the rejoinder of our friend, (abating some personal allusions; which our readers will take for what it is worth, as we have no room or time to pursue the discussion. Ed.\ October 31, 1313. MvDEAllFBiK.N0GKEKI.tV: ' ' * Much as I have been convinced by a lifelong observa? tion, ?f; the constitu...

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

unrhly important to New York and lios ton-CO?l In Sew York for rii?.SO n. Ton. REPORT. To Thomas Powell, Ess:-, Prfjufcnf ofthe ^dson k Delaware Railroad Cr. ?jr? In compliance with a resolution of the Directors of Vuiisou St Delaware Railroad Company, passed August J-43 we, the undersigned, have the honor to submit a recognizance we hare taken of the surveyed of tie projected Railroad connecting the Hudson river S-wbutgh, via the Water Gap on trie Delaware river, .p -he Susquehannah riaer at Pittston, Pa., a distance of hundred and tbirtyrseven miles. The charters on the hreeseveral States, New \ ork, New Jersey and Penusylva .-e all secured, and are considered as verv favorable to nia, R,e a , . ^ proposed enterprise. \\ ? think it proper to remark, at .V. point, that all our conclusions are predicated upon seve ? i;ff?f#nt surveys made of the several routes, our own ac? ta! a."ic"u ,? . , . ' , , i observation in pissing over tue ground, ami the observa ?iocs oif'interested and d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 November 1843

THE FIRST LIGlfT AND THE LAST. When life is all a merry morning? A bodied joy, brimful of glee, No prophet tongue, in tone of warning, Tells what the end thereof shall be ; The stainless Light around us shining, God's element, we are,?we live; We think not of the eve's declining? That Sin i3 great to take, as Good is great to give. Young children, of God's grace unknowing, Yet full of grace, we play, we dream: The violet-girded fountain flowing, Kens not, yet fills the turbid stream : O Light, that in a shower descendeth, Then for long years no more down pours : The fool that all his treasure spendeth, [ours. Then wants and wails, hath such a froward lot as Hie years upon the brow arc pressing, And prays the Old Man'.s treble tone : IS Father, my childhood's cradio?blessing, Be to my death.bed passing shown !" O earnest prayer, be murmured ever! O night, be not all overcast! Borrow the morn-light of Forever: [last. So shall our years the first be like our years the New-Bedford, Mass...

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