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

NEW-YOKK TRIB?NE. jg vrW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED eveky MORM.VC, sunday excepted. ^JSv?S to CitrSnbscriber. for M^fc CENTS ,*r ?? n* when thev pn fer. tbey can pay m advance^ the ?"i ?;? months, era vear at the same rate. Sum! po*101_s.j Qjjjjgjg, SW\\ subscribers $5 in^nnum, ^"j3 ,ic ? and thepa| *r iu no case continued beyond the induce. jr Subscriptions taken Urn Six time lor wiuv.. \-Sfference allowed . Daily Exchanges with any other pjpef- T e i m s o I Advertising. f,., i\ES or less, (o.v. Six.) First insertion... 50 cents. Jt\> *J\l f?r each s,!hse<iuent insertion.25 ?? lor six Imu ."inns, or one week.... SI 50 " I) it for TwentY-FrvE insertions.f? CK? " 'Lp. loncaradvertisenv I ts at equally favorable rates. Tf.BiioVs RsLicioci uid Funeral Notices, not ex ^SfirVl??. 25 cents _ THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE sVerv* Lau-e Paper, for the Country, IS fCBLliHED EV! rv s A Tl' liDAY MORNING a^- the low price ol TWO BULLAUS ;><.rauiium, inadvance. THE TRIBUNe7 Commo...

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

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MONRING, NOVEMBER 6. FOR PRESIDENT. SKY CLAY, kentucky. democratic whi? senatorial nominations. Dist. I... MORRIS FRANKLIN. ? II . .. ALEXANDER H. WKLLS. Ill... JOHN T. MORE. IV ... GEORGE A. SIMMONS. V . .. STARR CLARK. CHARLES E. CLARKE. VI . . . HENRY 8. WALBRIDGE. VII . JOHN MAYNARD. VIII.'.'. FREDERICK F. BACK IS. ( 0T .v7v nominations. For Sheriff..Col. WILLIAM JONES, Uta Ward. County CZerJk. JOSEPH WEED, 10th Ward. ,. Coroner.Dr. ALEX. B. WHITING, 16thWard. For Members of Assembly : RICHARD S. WILLIAMS. ALONZO A. ALVOKD, WILLIAM MANDEVILLE, JOHN MARTIN, ELBR1DGEG. BALDWIN, SAMUEL WEBSTER, AUONIRAM CHANDLER, WILLIAM H. SWEET, ALEXANDER I'. FONDA, WILLIAM TURNER. AUGUSTUS L.BROWN, EDWARD DAYTON. ABRAHAM R. LAWRENC E REMEMBER 1 That the Annual Election in this Stute takes place TO-tJOKKOW, II Tiint theUPolls of Election will be Opened at SUN? RISE and Closed at SUNSET. III .That the Election continues For One Day Only. IV Thnt tiie names of all candidates mu....

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

,M Banca Tin ha* been made at 14$ cents, 6 mos. Sheaih r Copper as wanted at 21 cents, 6 mos. aro^-At Baltimore, to come here, 1209 light dry , Vacaibo sold at 11;. 6 mos. strictly merchantable OU^Whale is held at 40 cents, without finding buy the absence of late accounts from abroad. Linseed 'rS''. f ,jnji at 74 a 75 cents, cash, for American. 38 bskts ^ve sold at 3 50-, and a lot of 4000 gallons natural Winter L 85 c-nts, 4 mos. The sales of Crude Sperm, at the ^twaid, for the week ended 30th ul? wer- 2100 barrels at :7J 73 cents, cash. _ Correspondence of Porr.vroy & Co., 2 Wall st. Albany, Nov. 3?P. M. Votwithstandiogthe heavyreceipts to-day, 16.770 bbis. v i<J*rs continue firm at yesterday'? quotations, asking 4 50 456] for Genesee. Sales of M ichigan at 4 44. There is 1 '?v Grain arriving by Canal excepting Barley. A boat [old of second rate two-rowed Western Barley is offered at 4V of four-rowed there is none here. Street Barley, in -rood order, is selling freely at 45...

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

For The Tribun. SONNET. ? No more, my Muse ! be Beauty's charms thy theme ! No longer sing the iucxorable fair ; Let loftier visions on the fancy beam, Lei holier interests absorb thy care, Thanks for returning health to Heaven are due, Praise.for the blessings that coutent bestows -, For filial'lose, friends faithful, kind, and true, Dome,stic joys to gild Life's lingering close. But chiefly gratitude for peace and hope, Offspring of Christian faith, of heavenly love ; That hope aud faith rest on that love alone, For mercy and for grace to give it ?cope ; Whose balmy wings cau waft to realms above, The soul whose sin the Saviour's pangs atone. P. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Saturday, November 4. Circuit Court?Before Judge Kent.Van Colt vs. Stutrp.?This trial is still on. The Jury not ern pannelled hau been discharged till Thursday. The cause will probably occupy till Friday. Police Office.Larcenies.?Catharine <~?ourlev was arrested and committed for stealing $3 worth of woolen yarn from ...

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

JVKW-YORK TRIB?NE. the NEW-YORK DAILY tribune is published every MORNING. sunday excepted. At 160 N uufit, (urroMTr Crrv Hu l 11 Nku \ mis Ai ii- i . ^ / :???Subscribers tor .M.>r. i r..\ i> !?? i If theyp? the; can pay in adT nice at the i i 1 or a year it the sime rate. Single SSkJ?TWO < EN TS. Hail subscribers S3 Per annum, n iJiai.ce : and the PM-r in no eav continued beyond tue K for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken tox Six No?rence allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other pape-. Tetra? of Ad v er tisin.g/. TEN I.INES or !?-s;, (over Six.) First insertion .. .Meet::*. for each subsequent insertion.25 " ?i ?? jor six insertions, or one week-S! 50 " ?? for Twenty-Five insertions.5 oo " rry Lorg<ir advertisements at equally fivorable rates. Marriages, Rrmgioui and funeral Notices, not ex ceeding five lines. 25 cents. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE a Very Large Paper, for the Country, IS PUBLISHES EVERY SATURDAY MORNIJfO At the low price 61 TWO DOLLARS i* r annum, in...

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

_THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MONRING, NOVEMBER /'OR PRESIDENT, HESRY CLAY, OF KKNTITSV. * SJ ?-? ??? - -'i^^SaS | . '... / <^ democratic- whig senatorial nominations. Dist. I... MORRIS FRANKLIN. II. .. ALEXANDER H. VP ELLS. Ill . . . JOHN T. MORE. IV'... GEORGE A. SIMMONS. V ... STARR CLA RK, CHARLES E. CLARKE. VI HENRY S. WALBRIDGE. VII. .'. JOHN MA YN ARD. VIM.. ? FREDERICK F. BACKUS. county nominations. For Sheriff..Co\. WILLIAM JONES, 14th Ward. County Clerk. JOSEPH WEED, 10th Ward. ?. Coroner.Dr. ALEX. B WHITING, 16th Ward. For Members of Assembly : RICHARD S. WILLIAMS. ALONZO A.ALVORD, WILLIAM MANDEVILLE, JOHN MARTIN, ELBKIDGEG. BALDWIN, SAMUEL WEBSTER, ADONIRAM CHANDLER, WILLIAM H. SWEET, ALEXANDER P. FONDA. WILLIAM TURNER, AUGUSTUS L. BROWN, EDWARD DAYTON. ABRAHAM R. LAWRENCE. REMEMBER I Thnt tlie Annual Election in this State takes place THIS DAY. 11 That the Polls of Election will be Opened at SUN RISE and Closed at SUNSET. III.. That the Election continues For One Day Only. I...

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

(: IT Y IN TELL IGI*: NCE. Monday, November (i. Court Gaxexdar?Wednesday.This day /Tuesday) being Election, none of 11?t- County Courts will ? ?it. The following is the Calendar for Wednesday : SorERlOR Court. - No.;. !, 2,3,4, >, 6, 7. 8, 9, 10, u, 12.l3.14.lv Common Pleas.?Nos. 72, 49, 31. l?, 0'4, ?G, 67, 57,^53, ?1,79,69,42,44, 15,26, 18, 11, i, 1. Circuit Court case still on. Vice Chancellor's Court.?Before Vice Chancellor M'C'otN. / Decisions'?Smith**. Long Island Railroad Co.- The award of $6peracre for land in Suffolk Co. for railroad, and $150 damages, confirmed. Augustus F. Couman vs. GeorgeLoiett and others.?In? junction dissolved, v. ah leave to amend bills. Superior Court.? Before a full Bench. John Raynor vs N V. Fire Ins. Co.?-Relative to agroce ry burnt at Harlem?The Court decided that the degree of risk intended on a grocery (whetherexpected to keep spirits, or ftiriVier. to keep gunpowder) would be shown bv the rate of premium equally as if expressed in the poli...

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

THE TRI B Ufr E. ?""" [Deferred Articles.] ^KT.ANCHOLY DKATII OF A YoUNG LaDY.? Tl'C L-Tui.villo Journal of Monday records the death 0f Miss UM R. Keats, in that city, which oc erred under the followino; melancholy circuni stances : Oj Saturdav night she with the other member* of the familv of which she was an ornament, until about 10 o'clock, eoov^stne with accustomed gaiety. At that hour the family retired, Hut she, after going to !ier room, returned to the par? lor to Procure something to allay a toothache. Shorth af? terwards, a loud report and a scream wer* heard, and the family, 00 rushing into the room, foiixd her weltering in her blood upon the floor, and a gun, which had stood in the room, lying n-ar her. The discharge had lacerated her breast a?d neck dreadfully. The first impression was that the poor girl had committed suicide, and her half-frantic mother exclaimed, " Oh, Isabel ! what made you du it ? "? Brie replied, "I did not mean to kill myself! Indeed, mother: I did...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 November 1843

NEW- VORK THIB?NE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY' TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, Sl'NDAV EXCEPTED. At ISP Nassac-st. (opposite Crrr Hai.lv) New.Yo?k, \titl delivered to < ity Subscribers for NINE LENTS per week, or when thev prefer, they can pay in advance at tlu Deik lor six month*, or a year at the same rale. Single contcs TWO CENTS. Mail subscribers S3 per annum, irj advauce ; and the paper in no case continued beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken loa Six No difference allowed ou Daily Exchanges with any other paper. IVi m s of Advertising. TEN LINES or less, (over Six,) First insertion ... 3u cents. .? * " for each subsequent insertion.23 " .1 " lor six insertions, or one week.... SI 50 11 " for Tvn ntv-Fivk insertions.3 00 " ?T? Longur/sadvertisetnenta at equally favorable rates. MAJtRtAORsiRei?i?IOVSand Fc.m:rai. Notices, not ex ceediaK five lines, 23 ceuts. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE * Y e r y Large Paper, for the Country, ,s n r.LisHK? F.veb7 s a t t ? k n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 November 1843

n the - trib?njb: ^^ESTMYMOR^G> NOVEMBER 8. y0K FiiKSWEST, sky clay, Of KK.VTCCKT. The Resalt. The Election yesterday resulted in a substan? tial Whig triumph, which would have "been an overwhelming one hut for the infatuation of some ?wt> or three thousand Whigs who persisted in voting the 1 American Republican' ticket, and thereby, without electing a man of their own, putting in a good part of the Loco-Foco ticket. Had one-half of these Whigs clung to their old itandard, as we implored them to do, we should have elected every man on our ticket by thousands. It it too late now to amend what has been done, but we trust the evil now experienced may he a warning for the future. Yet the Whiga have done well. In the face of this diversion from their ranks, they have elected their worthy" candidate for Sheriff, Col. William Jones, by about 1,000 majority. They have also, we think, given Morris Franklin a majority for Senator, but this is overborne by the votes of Kings and Richmond...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 November 1843

SAUDI* sarsafabilla.-Thi* ^cditl '^"'''iwK^ ^ '-1' " ? peculiarly permanent^ure of tW ?Jgbl? ?r,d COmpo?ed of the S6B? &3??&SS??. which act Bormig w r"> the hws iti -t ?.-orrra the animal economy, th- system 1 eWbled to tl.ro? u offd?ew.take on a healthy action, and the '.owns of 'iirtire fMiroc theiruatural functions. Thousand a . and haw testified to its ? fficacy it. removing various con .?i-iinoiuldisorders, onitu.n'i.js nun uir eal hy and depraved . ate of rhe blood and oth. r fluids. For chrowic constitution neons diseases, ?anus s ^?'vipanii.i um ?v??? ... V . bus instancesto be an efficient remedy, operating^mildly and Dieasaatly on the gen? ral sj stem, purifying and cleansing the blood giving tonestnd energy to the nervous system, and im? parting stamina to the debilitated frame. - Prepared and sold a: wholesale and retail, and for exporta? tion ivy A . B. SANDS & CO., Druggists, (Granite Buiht ? _,') corner of Broadwayand <.'h3tnbers street. Sold also bv...

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

THE TRUUJNi: "[Deferr--1 Articles'."! rrr Kov. Dr~ Nott, of Franklin, Conn., brother ?r Pres. Sott, L:-mu? College, .* ninety year* old. He ?ras ft!,, settled where he now remains 60 years ago, and still per? forms all his public duties without assistance. Two entir, generate, hare pissed away in the town ..nee his settle Two lads, classmates of the University of Philadelphia, went out on Saturday to shoot robins, and afteT this was orer concluded 10 have a sham duel. Tory were to igbfwith powder only, but unfortunately one of the bar? rels of one the gar.* had not been discharged, aud on firing rhe contents were lodged in the face of one of the parties.? His wound* are not serions. (TT Austin Mos?; of Raleigh, N. C. was killed on the 30: h by the accidental discharge of a pistol which h* held in his hand. Dramatic?Air. Burrell, late manager and lessee of the Arch street Theatre, Philadelphia, has been cowhided by Mrs, Madison, engaged there during his management as one of the stock...

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

Vl<;W- VORK TR IB?NE. , VEW-VORK U.ULY TKIBVNE IS PUBLISHED TH frtKV MORNING, 60NDAV EXCEPTED. ex per the }Zl>T whicJi it h r-^- ~?~"'-? ? ^^ttcce allowed on Daily Excises with any othei pi?* T ?i hi J ? f Advertising. ? t t\'cS oi les>. (over Sir?) First insertion... cents. jEJv-fAi preach sub.< iu-ut insertion.23 " " i. for six Insertions, or one; week.. .. SI 50 " " ?? forTwejttt*Fiv*>insertions.6 00 " l' r ^r.-ra-fvertiieinents at equally favorable rates. wt.Vrts RfMGiousand Funeral Notich, note JfeCttft^_ THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE iVorV LaiKC Taiier, for the Country, A v - prcLISHKD EVI ttV 3ATCKDAV HOE.MSO rhetowp"0* ol T WO DOLLARS rjtr annum, in advance. xhITtrTbFneT EmTx?EL SWEDEs b<; i Tbelast Southern Quarterly (says theCharles j?rj Rambler) contains a. review of the Life and Writings ?f Emanucl Swedenborg, a remarkable philosopher and Theologian of the 17th century. Thisrarticle treats of principles until lately new lo tne great majority of Southern r...

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

THE TRiBUINE. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9. FOR PRESIDENT, HESSY of ccrtocx.t. ET"- General Committee of Democratic Whig Young Men.?An adjourns! meeting of tibi* Committee will be held at the Broadway House, ou fniuAY Eveniko, lOtli mst., at 7 o'clock. ADDISON DOUGHERTY. I hairman. Ckas. K. Taylor, ^ ca/.rptan? eiMtsE.Swat.t. j u52t Tiie Election in tile State Schcneclady Co. all Whig ; last year Loco by 243 majority. Montgo?nery Co. has elected the Whig Clerk, and Sheriff, and probably one Assemblyman; tho othor certainly Loco. Last year 513 Loco. Fulton Co. is Loco, same as last year. Herkimer Loco of course. For Senate, the Belial majority; Assembly lower. Madison Co. is reported Loco as usual. The Abolition ticket has polled a heavy vote. Rengaelaer Redeemed! From the Troy Whig of Wednesday morning, Nov. S. Victory'. Victory'.!?The. election in this city has r*?u!ted in a in:>st magnificent Whig triumph! It was closely ?ojtested by the Loco? in every Ward, bat the Old GcaRd m...

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

TiorvivvcD.?A man named James Hua%"? , D* ?tcl of a caaal-bOit on the 7th instant and, befo be ?adered, h passed under tb* bow of ^Actnnts from Java of the 6th of. earthquake bad occurred at Nias, which de /Jie^t treat many bouses, and that numbers of the ,? gfit.*?* huneJjn the ruins. MAKING JOURNAL. PORT OF NEW-YORK, NOVEMBER 9, 1843. - - Cleared, n Jamesen.Charleston, Wm Weisaei ?ri?> Arrived. Brig Roar*:, Coining,-'7 ds from Manmham , hides to e C?^buoret & EUzabeth, FanlkhV, 12 ds fm Picton, joifm Soule Sc Whitney, g.j[Dinldinai Flye, 8 ds from Boston, in ballast to Nes ^h^Ano Eljioan, Totton, 7 ds fm Newbero, NC, naval to De P?j'stt"r ^ Wbitmarsh. Sailed in to with ichis ^BKchcock, Register, Anaconda, Sarah, George, Pol iftck all for NYbrk. Seh? Fair, Smith, 6 1> fm v. ashtngton, NC , naval stores ? 3rraut ic Maitland. c-hj >Torth State, Roberts, 6 ds fin Washington, NC , ne nlstore* to S L Mitchell. *Schr Emm*. Cole, 4 ^ f?n Baltimore, bread foi tin Navy u john??...

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

MORNING LINK.?For ALBANY, u *5tR0Y. ?d intermediate landings, from th* S?E?LSie'-mboa; Rex. foot of Barclay street. The In^sore Steamboat TROY.CanL Gorharr., lexvts new Jow-pre?sore?'.eamr>^w ii. THIS MORNING at 1 o'clock. The EMPIRE leave* TO MORROW MORNING, at 7 0 KoMU*Sage, apply to F. B. Hall, at the Office, foot oi Barclay-xire^i, or '>ii Board. , ? .Nonc,..-Alt Goods Freight, Bagga?, Bam Bills, Swecw or anv other kuid ?f Property, taken, shipped, or put on ocar? this Boat, must beat the liikof the owners ul ?uch (joc-ds. Freight, Baggage, __ ?a*?l, faPKOPLE? LINE^OF^ STEAM rssc&L-T1 BO rVTS KOR ALBAN i. DA1L z . Sundays ife^S^?Si y.i ? -, taA, T H?OI' < H D 2 RECT,at 61 P. M.. Fr.ua the Steamboat Pres between Oouxtland sad Lib WStlTm?at KNICKERBOCKER, Capt A. P. St. Jbhn, will lei. u VVedDeadayaadFndav,at6ofcIock.r.iVi S^mN.a.u:;.'i:?;Sl?.H. Cm.. A.lW tpn, willleave Tuesday; Thursday, ami Saturday, at 6 o'clock, i. ?. 5 o'clock?Landing at intermedtate places. Stea...

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

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. THE NEW.YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED * EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED. And delivered to City Subscribe? for NINE LENTS per week or when they prefer, they can pay in advance at the VWkfor six months, or a yea.- at the same rate. Single copits TWO CENTS. Mail subscribers J5 per annum, in advance; and the paper in no case continued beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six No difference allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other paper- Teims of Advertising. TEN LINES or less, (over Sir,) First insertion... 50 cents ?' " for each subsequent insertion.25 " *' " lor six insertions, or ?ne week.... Si 50 " " " for Twe.vtv-Five insertion*. 5 00 " jPT* Longer advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marria?ks, Rei.ioioci and FcneRai Notices, not ex ceediug five lme3, 25 cents. THE NEW-YORK~WEEKLY TRIBUNE ^ Very Large Paper, for the Couutrv, is published evkry jatvkday mormno At the lowpiice ol TWO DOLLARS j*rannum, in advance. the" trib;une_." Ne...

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

THE TRIBUNE ""JrIDAY morn^ FOR PRESIDENT, or xxrrtvcxr. rrr General Committee of Democratic W-ii_r Younjr Men.?An adiounird.meeting ol tin* Committee will beheld at the Broadway Home, on Friday Ettling, 10th inst.. at" o'clock. ? L ' ADDISON DOUGHERTY. Chairman. Chas. K. Tayi-or, J S?Cnftlriea< The Election. YVc shall not surrender much space to the hasty and imperfect returns which reach us from the interior. The general result is sufficient. The State remains with our opponents, who have pro? bably carried all the Senators but one, and fully two-thirds of the Assembly. Yet there have been almost every where decided YVhig gains on the Popular Vote?gains in every County where any thing like a Whig effort was made. The heavy Loco-Foco majority of last year is probably re? duced onc-halfwithout a serious push; can we not do tlie balance when we try next Fall? It strikes us we can. The victories in Westchester, Ulster, Rensse hier, Scbencctady, Montgomery and Cayuga, with the partia...

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

TTTTlNTELL IG E NCE. XbtjbstjaY, November 9. 37 39 to 60 .ucIositj. - ^ ^ 73 t0 73 inclusive. Common Pleas. 4 _ ^ em lluti lias been fur. OlRClMT COLRT- * i - ther discharged w Monday-_ The Murder aND Arson Case in Broadway. _Th? Counsel for the unfortunate man, Leitga, charged with tie mutdei of his wife, also with arson, having claim? ed the right to cross-examine the witnesses previously exam? ined before the Coroner at the time of the inquest, a r.ecoud 'examination took place in the Police Office of the majoi part of them. Nothing farther of the least interest was elicited, and after the examination was concluded, Leitga, who was present, a passive observer, was fully committed by the Cor? oner. Circuit Court?Before Judge Kent.? an Cott vs Saar?.?This case occupied the attention ol the C ourt the whole of the day, being the eleventh day. It will be resumed this forenoon. United States Marshall's Office.?Bclorc S. Rapelje, Esq. .. .Captain Russell, of theahip Saratoga, and Messr...

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

-giiinpSToT H?ro?e.SS VIII. BY A TRAYKLlNG^NEVv-YORKER. Foreign Cofreioondence of The N. Y. Tribuue LANDING IN BELOrijM? BRUGES. From Ireland to Belgium is a wide leap, but my wi?h to ?et before you only the most salient points of interest induces me to pass over for the present, the magnificent buildings and whole souled inhabitants of Dublin, as well ae the beautiful environs and Cove of Cork, and to carry you through Bristol, Bath and London, to Ostend. Imagine yourself arriving at midnight, in a dirty British steamer, (which would be hooted out of any of our waters,) at the desolate-looking, but strongly fortified port of Ostend. You of couse hasten to walk ashore, but are stopped on the gangway plank?not, as on the Hudson, by the clerk for your ticket?but by a fierce-looking mustachioed soldier, with a gruff demand fur your " passport." Such a requisition may seem as absurd to you on entering a country where yhi\ intend to dispense part of the contents of your purse, as if the ...

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