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

^w"^?Sk trie ?ne: vfw-v?rk daily tribune is published EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCELTED. . v.^a!--st. (oppomtk Citv Hall.) Nkw.York, S?rV. 10 C,t>"Subscribers for nine CENTS per thci'prftfer, diey.can payrin advance at the ? i *.ir ?i* months, nra vear at the *ame rate. Single D?.k Jp^vo < EN TS. Mail subscribers $5 per annum, <JfJie\iice ? and the paper in uo oate continued beyond the in which it is paid. Subscriptions taken iot Six jlDl* 11 KSgfljWceallowed on Daily Exchanges with any oilier pip?r- Trims of A dy e rl' i s i n g. ??ffV I INES ?r less, (over Six,) Fust insertion ... 50 cuts. ?*.? *'? N for each subsequent insertion.25 " '? ?? (or sU Insertions, o: one week-SI 50 " ? it for Twi m'v-Kivk insertions.5 00 " fr> Loor*r advertisements -it equally favorable rates. Worivos Rem?ious and Funeral Notices, not ex lines, 25 oents._ the new-york WEEKLY tribune ? VerT Laige Paper, f o i the Country, A I5 f RELISH KD EVERY SATURDAY MORMNO ^t jjjp Jowpuce ol two DOLLARS [??...

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

_THETRI B U N E^J SATtnfD?Y MORNING, NOVEMBER 11. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY C1<AY) OF KKNTt'CET- j_ O* The Speech of Mr. Webster at Ando vcr, Mass. on Thursday, will be: found on our First Page, so far as it has as yet reached our City. The reportersof the Courier and Express broke away at the last moment at which it was still possible to leave Boston in season for the cars to this city that evening, leaving Mr. Web ster in the midst of his Speech. Our own re? porter thought best to stay and hear what the gentleman had to say?so wc copy from the Courier. _ Tiie Annexation of Texas. There seems no reason to doubt, from the in? dications in The Madisonian and other quarters, that John Tyler will recommend to the next Con? gress, substantially, the Annexation of Texas to the United States! The reports of dissension and an apprehended explosion in his Cabinet on this and other subjects may or not be well founded ; but that the Message will talk largely of the designs of Great Britain on T...

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

irr* bmldinffat Newcastle. N. H.in which N, Jr?iu aged abont70, lired, hating bnt one room and no Shnney. was bur,:ra October 31. rrT Thomas Bean, the founder, Proprietor and Editor of the Liverpool Albion, died at Paris on the. 10th of October. . _ w, irr Animal Magnetism, Negro Dancing, anda host of ?KTtaiflinfnls this afternoon^t the American Museum. ^ Dav performances at Peale's Museum this afternoon, t? singing comic stories, dancing, &c besides the Foil une T?Uer, who is consulted day ot evening._ TP" Thj Metallic-Tahlet Stroc, for keeping Razors 1 perfect order, lia^ been in constant use for the last Zi years. ?^followmgcertificates, from tbe most scientific geutli mi n iiMblished !?? show their worth. c,f?m General James Tallmadge, President of the American ,,ow Institut'-. S?nders'Razor Strop, with its foursides, combines admi rtbiv all the requisites to sharpen and set Razors with a fine Sdimootn edge;-il is real comfort topossessit. Vew-York. Nov. 1K-U. JaME* 1 alxmad...

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

Letters from Mr. Weed . . ... No. XXiX. Correspondence of the Albany Evening Journal. >> Antwerp, Oct. 14, 1S43. When we were driven up last evening to the * Hotel du Parke,' in this ancient city, the Host informed us that his house was full, and thru as to-morrow was a 4 fete day,' we were likely to get the same answer at the other Hotels. This in? formation, with the rain descending in torrents, in a night pitchy dark, was any thing but com? forting. We were then driven over to the ' Grand Labourer," where \vc were agreeably surprised with excellent accommodations. After cheering our spirits with a capital Flan? ders 6upper, we inquired into the occasion of the ' Fete,' and were informed that the connecting link in a continuous Railroad from Antwerp to Cologne wing finished, the Cars were to come tlirough with the Directors. Dignitaries, distin? guished Citizens, &c, for whom a Reception, a Dinner, a Bali, and an niumination were being prepared by the citizens of Antwerp...

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

llW-YORK TRIBUNE. S^W-YOBK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ^ EVERY MORM.no-, SD?DAY. E.XCEPTE?. tVs?bVcn?ben To? NINE C EN TS per iif Pwftr, they can. pay ... advance at the 4?! JtMi^ Year at, th* *?? rate. Simrle ^?TWOrCfiNTS. Mail subsc the same rale. Single --*f\vr> CENTS. Man anoscribera $5 per annum, ,i. and the paper in no case continued beyond the fcadt?i**S it u paid. Subscriptions taken for Six inference allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other pip* Trims of Advertising. rVES or less, (over SiO Firit insertion ... 50 cent.s. Ifc^Hv for each subsequent iniwrtion.25 '* <? for six Insertions, or one week-Si 50 " . " ?> for TwEtfTv-Five insertions.5 . i ?,?3 adrertisements at equally favorable rates. 27 r-V, Remgiocs and Funeral Notices, not ex itSS?tSk? cents._ ? THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRLBUNE ;trV?v Large Paper, for the Country, A ? p-K*.lsHK?> KVKBV S ATX.'KD AY MORNING i ?rWvot TWO DOLLARS rwrannum, in advance. yj^l?^V-^ 1-^ fHg TRIBl] NE. JLitetatj Notices. gy Mn ;. J...

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

_THE TRIBUNE. ^MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13. ?" FOU PllESWENT, HENRY CLAY, OK ItKNTl't *.y. \yy Democratic Whit; (iencral CqmuaJt tee??An Adjourned Meeting idthis Committee will be held on TUESDAY E ?NIN?. Nov. 14, ?t the 'Broadway Hmise. at 7 <r*clocl I'HiLlP HONE, Chairman. fjCJr The Jefftrsonian, printed at Albany in 1838-9, has been borrowed or stolen ftpin this office. .$.2 will be paid for it* immediate return. * Who h?3 borrowed or ukeu our Folio Census of 1840? Proclamation BY WM. t. BOVCK. GOVERNOR OF THE SI AT t. OF NKW-YOKK In obedience to that high sense of grotitudt due the Almighty Roler of the Universe, I do hereby designate THl RSDAY, THE FOURTEENTH DAY UF DECEMBER NEXT, to be observed by the People of this State a* a day of PR A \ ER. PRAISE AND THANKSGIVING TO ALMIGHTY GOD, for the numerous and unmerited bk**irig> of trie year. I feel a?ured thot this act of public duty is in accordance with the wishc* of the People, and will meet with universal acquies? cence...

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

S^^^Tabcrnacle on Tuesday Bvcnuigol each week, ?teWSfe ?..*.?, ?g^Sf^Kf- p'rNISON.OLMSTED; V .l. C?, O^IJgjrlctef and Discoveries oi Newton, with illustra Tutore by Prof. DEN1SON OLMSTED, Yale Col Onf^^.^Vf ihf T un-: with Illustration:.. ^'gSSbVR-J- M-WXlNnVRl?T,J). D.. New f?*- br CHARLES F. HOFFMAN.. Esq., One Uft? B , fi , f. >htiC(i, M lir. r, ,? Nl w . v ?rk/ N^tjSv.b'y R.v. WILLIAM ?. SPRAGUE, D.D.. I A(S^tuir'by Kl *' HENRY ';lLtS' Sout!iboro?. Mass. iSLecwrVbvV.ev. HEN RY <!I LKS. Southboro', Mass. ^SSS^JOHN G. PALFREY, LL. D., Boston. jgg^bW CALEB S. HENltY, D. D.. N. Y. ?gjgl?ue by CHARLES F. A MKS, Esq., NVY 'i?titnrebrR v. S. IL ( OX. D. D.. Brooklyn--' Se of English Poetry, with ( omments. "^^eVPARKiENJAMIN. Esq., N.Y.-' Scep I 'rwLectore by Rev. LEONARD BACON. D. D., New I oSS-'Noah Webster.' tV ord^r sf the Lectures w ill be announced hereafter. 1 TERMS ffr. THE COURSE. T?-bt admitting u Non-Member and Lady.S3 i';. ?' a iMembor and Lady.$5 lJt'sTicket....SI tSe...

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

CITY INTELLIGENCE. Saturday, November 11. Court Calendar.?Monday.Circuh Court.?No*. 42, 63.74, 67, 66, 99, 100, 105, 96, 107, 103, 109 110, m, 113, 114, 18, 21, 19,91,95, 101, 43, 104,103, 97, 111. 10-2, 53, 84, 27, 30, 32, 89,46. Scr?:r"or Cocrt-?Calendar not posted. The Common Pleas this ?week hare a. rece?s. City Prison Statistics?During the past week there w*rc committed to the City Prison 92 white men, 43 ?white womeu, 5 colored men, and 7 colored women-Total 147. Discharged in the same time 71 white men, 21 while women, 2 colored men-94, of which 54 were sent to the Penitentiary. Remaining in prison, 84 w hite men, 31 white women, 35 colored men', 9 colored women-Total 162. Circuit Court?Before Judge Kent.Van Cott vs. Sliarp.?The summing up in this case was con tmucd to-day by Mr. Jordan, on the part of the defence, who occupied the whole day. Mr. Graham will close for the plaintiff this day. Superior Court?Before Judge VanderpoeJ.. Augustus Vanvtl vs. Jabez Jtt Woodward?To re...

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

"jVEW-YORK TRIB?NR^ i?vV^OKK DAILY W^fD EVERY morning, ?^^S^nSJYo?K And delivered to City ?Scu pay in advance at the week, or when they prefer, they ci i^v >^ ^ ^'Vi^TKN^rMa.l ?ub?OTbera $5 nerimnum, copies *?"?"? u KrJ , * .,'r m u,> caw continued beyond the in advance ; and W Subscriptions u?keu lor Six titn<* tor which " is Months. T#,im3 0f Advertising. n-W I INES oi less, (over Six.) First insertion... ?Cents. loreacn subsequenruuiertion.25 *, .. f0, six insertions, or one week. ... $1 50 for TWJ ntv-Fivk Misertioi.s.0 (KJ [ifaaBuoci, Rki.igioc*and Fusehal Notice*, not ex ceding fire lines, 25 cento._ THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE .Very Laige Paper, for the Country, is mjb1.1shed every saTI Kuav MoK.M.x. A. ^ low priced TWO DOLLARS per annum, tn advance. HH TRIBUNE? JLttrvavn Xo tiers. fry ? The Songs of Beranger, in English, with a Sketch of the Author's Life," have just been issued in a fine volume oJ I 18 pages by Carev & Hart. Of course, this does not cm brace &a...

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

^fljgrib UlNf E ^ l "^E^^ NOVEMBER 14. F?R PRESIDENT* , HENRY CjLAY, OK T'CKV. "r^^inocratlc Whig tf????1* pjfflWBi 4m+ -An Adjourned Meeting 01 tin* Committee will beheld ^?tT^SDAV KVLMNO. Nov. U, at the Broadway Souse ^Wcloct PHILIP tfONE, Cb^nnaa All Hall, Brooklyn ! The Klglit sustained by the Law I We have heretofore stated, on apparently good authority, that the application for a Mandamus against the lasLyear Loco-Foco officers of Brook? lyn, argued before the Supreme Court of this State, had been denied among the recent deci? sions at Rochester. This, we are happy to say, was not the fact. On the contrary, the Supreme Court have granted the Mandamus, in an opinion which sustains the Whigs on every point. So the gentlemen who have been keeping up a fire on the Whig Members of the Council for not uniting to pay out money to the hold-over officers, have the artillery turned against them, it is Luco Focoism which has obstructed the Government the?c six months and kept the laborer...

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

.k,n*and aud sixtv-six dollars and sixty cents. To to amounting to one million seven hundred and twenty ? thousand three huudied and twenty-eight dollars. IOU _ ??..-_?? A. mercantile firm of New Y?rlr. _- Th* ^?Brro3?'& c:.. a, agent, oft* English house, hold ult} j institution prove unable to redeem D3r,en. Should^ gwteM 3 sWCkb?lder, under th J?o^Kartt. to rhakeitt proportion of then, good." Mftrket8--Core/?^ repot ted for The Tribune. Mondav, Nov. 13. ASHES -There is tut little activity in Ashes, in consc - ??ei.ce of moderate quantities offering. Polsarefirm a, 4 irti and Tearls at 5 25, with sales about .5 barrel, each description. , . COTTON?The sales to-day are, as tar ::s we could lean). 600 to 700 bags at full prices. FLOUR AND MEAL.?The receipuari ? \ considera? ble ext.-r.t to-day, aud the demandhut moderate. Receivers ve holding at about the s:-.tr.e rates-4 75 a 1 69 for Genes e. 4 6? a 1 62J f"r Michigan artd Ohio, with sales usually at 4 72 a 4 69 and 1 65 -i 4 6...

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

THE TRIBUNE. The Osage River.?A movement is made in Missouri to obtain an appropriation for the im? provement of the Osage. This promises to be? come quite an important stream. Judge V, ilus tnves this account of it: "The Osage River is very like the Ohio above Marietta, and but little less'than the Ohio there in width. But the scenery on its banks is much more picturesque, romantic, variegated and beau tiful. Like the Ohio, it is a succession of pools or basins, aud ripples, the water clear, current gentle, shores of small yellow polished gravel, so clear of mud and so solid, that for half a mile, or a mile in many place, a white slipper would not be soiled by walking on it; the bed uniformly ot gravel or small rock, no rock to injure a vessel in its whole course, except at one place, called tin Rock Rapids, of 200 yards in length. There thev are loose and easily removed. The fall in the 200 yards is only 1 foot and 65-100. with a minimum depth at low water of 33 feet. The banks ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 November 1843

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. Jil NEW.YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHEC T EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED. ,;,? Vasjav-st. (opkositf City .Quired 10 Oity Subscribers for N1NL CE5JTS? p? A'dKwhfn they prefer, they can pay 1:1 advance at th? ?&2 S mouthV>a year at the ?me rW. Singh tiBM ?? - SodXr.-ace allowed on Daily Kxchanyes rrithanyothe p^fr 'fims of Advertising. ?.e* l INES or less, (over Six,) Firat insertion... 60 cents XBSV*??*, fnreacii subsequent insertion.25 ' 11 j,;r six insertions, or ene week-SI 50 " for Twenty-Five insertions.5 00 " S" 7? i onwr advertisements at equally favorable Tates. ?,, " r, Rc?otoci and Funeral Notices, no: ei ^g?ve'lines. scents._ THK NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE lV.,r Large Pap^r, for the Country, is ?cbm?hep every 5 itt'rday morning the lowp"0* oi DOLLARS pgfanmirn^in advance TRIBlfjfF." glimpses of Sttrope.No. IX. BY A TRAVELING NEW-YORKER. Foreign Corrrspondence of Thr N. V. Tribune. Ghent, like Bruges, is but the shadow of its former self. Though its wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 November 1843

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or KENTCCKV. How and Why, The Whigs being beaten in our recent Electioi we preferred to let the matter rest there, withoi difiussion on our own side. Assuredly, if M Van Buren can thereupon induce his party in otl er States to believe that he has something Iii 20,000 majority in this State, and so ensure h nomination, we ought not to dispel the illusioi When the canvass is made, it will appear that hi party has not a majority of the whole vote cast i the State, even under the circumstances that ex irted. Yet let it go that the ' Favorite Son ' i all.powerful here?for the present. But some of the Whig journals have chosen t< discuss the causes of this result, and impute blam to those who saw fit last summer to recommen? that we should make no regular contest thia Fall Very good?we are in that boat. We did believe and do now believe, that a wiser course was opci to us?that we might have staked less and woi vastly more....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 November 1843

TTT j 69 for good Michigan and Ohio. Sales of 5 ?" ***.d Ohio, a good brand, at 4 76, and 200 bbls Tr.,. ^'Tthe same rate. Prime fancy brands Genesee a-id W1 from 5 ?0 to 4 In Southern there is bix: a ?^^emand. Small sales Georgetown old 4 60: new ^"^Braadvwine u held at 4 75: Richmond Country,} 4 i Nehmend City, 6 60; fancy Petersburg, 5 00. ?ye ,}' ? ot brisk to-day and the price has receded to 3 12; a Back??!??1 was also in less demand at 3 25 for com 33i 4 00 for prime. We notice sales of 300 packagn S:St? rior quality, branded ' Gibson,' at equal to 6 00 per ^* Jersey Meal is inactive at2 75; Brandywine nominally "i 12 60for hhds. Raw Meal is in good demand and :T5'^olentT at 110 a 112;: Yellow better at 112 a 116; f"!T do lie ? ShiP S;uff* held at 13 a 14 ceL?3 Shorts ia market and wanttd, rftAlN.?No wheat afloat with a fiir demand which has ? jOOObnskels Illinois out of store for British Provinces r^^jggtboee 100 cents; and 500 do at 100 cents. Corn firm with moderate supplie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 November 1843

O" The following Ode was pronounced by Coleridge to be one of the best he ever read. The author of it is Mr. Pringle who formerly tra veled in Africa. AFAR IN THE DESERT. AfAR in the de?rt I love to ride vyith the silent Bush-boy alone by my side ; When tVw s&rtows of Lite the soul o'ercftst. And sick of the P,vjent I cling to the Past; \Vh~a. ttw ej< is lufWd wftb regretjtd T From the fond recollections of former year*. Aud the sfeutowi of ;...iug* that had long*:ac? o- a Flic oVr the brain like tfiosts of '$* Bright visions of glorv-that nauhed too s^on, Day-dreanii-that d-prted e'er m?noo?'s noon , Attachment?by fate or by falsehood rrtt: Companions of early days-lost or left; And my native laud, whose magical name, Thrills to Uw i*eart like electric flame, All?all now forsaken?forgottea-forpoue . And I?a, loae exile?remembered T>y noae , Mu^SZ abandoned-mygood acts undone 4wearv of all that is under the sun. w7i aUnes, of heart which no stranger may sea.,, 1 fly to the...

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

. ,1 VEW.Y?RK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED T vCERY MORNING, SUNDAY BXCEFTKD. *fi2SRS:,3,tVs?^b?io, NINE CENTS A^r'Ifwhen they prefer, they can pay u advance at the ^!Tb? V?-ar at the same rate, Sinnfe ^ TWO CENTS. Mail subscribers $5 per annom, e*5Li*- amU?* paper in no rase continued beyond the ^70fVhSh it is paid. Subscriptions taken lor Six |o?dtf?renC<,a,loWed onDailT ExchanSM with any other rM*r- X'i?s of Advertising, ?v t 1\FS or less, (orer Six,) Kirit insertion .. .60 cei.ts. t?> lv, ' fnr pacri subsequent insertion.26 " I .. for six insertions, or one week-SI 60 " for Twf.ntv-Fivk insertions.5 00 " '' r f?eaI advertisements at equally fivorable rates. v/.?iicfs Religious and Funeral Notices, not ex ^/uvel'.nes. 26 cents._ THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE , r.,r Large Paper, for the Country, A .. published every saturday morning '^tti* low price ol TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance. ^IJTRIBUNE. 3Litccarp Xoticcs. Horse's Introduction.?This work is known Bl far as the English ...

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

THE TRIBUNE""'' THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF KENTCC KV. ?Constitutional Reform.' There is a portion of the Loco-Focp parly o! our State who are exceedingly active in urging a Revision of our State Constitution. They do not allow Whigs to have any hand in their move? ment, and, as we do not care to intrude, we are quite content to let them go ahead as they think best. By-and-bv they may condescend to permit others to advocate the cause which they profess to have so much at heart, and then we expect to take the degree of Entered Apprentice in thin Re form cause. For surely none can have a more decided conviction than we that the document styled the Constitution of the State of New-York lean exceedingly imperfect and defective frame ?f Government?that it exhibits grievous faults >;oth of omission and commission, and that it is behind the majority of our State Constitutions in its adaptation to the spirit of the age and the genius of a free people.?But...

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

Chenp und Valuable Books. J- The folio wine works are for sale at the office of the C-Vvrk Tribune, Nassau-street. opposite the City Hall, in \fw-?orh ? Yorjj & liberal discount Irom the retail the City or to persona who purchase to sell again. f?*5 wechesof Henry Clay, 2 rols. of upwards Of 1 7aborer. 1 vol. octavo. I 00 Ame^*".. or }.art^_ r ri.-.-i by their Acts, byJunius; iVw ofr 100 copies, or 1.000 copies for. 20 00 , 7irnpncr by Juniiu ; $'-' 50 per loo copies, or loou T1" Wor . 20 W - e?rltT bV J??"ls $2 50 I?'??* 100 copies, or 1000 TheT?,r;. 2000 i m Oregon, Rocky Mountains, kit., by Farnham 25 ^?irth'scelebrated Report on Agriculture, Arts, ixc. 25 Kj Lectures on Alt ronoiny. 25 **iS*nUtryand Experiments in Philosophy, by Griffith 1 w?d Dalton. - - ?. 25 ? i-7>,i Kcounmv, by Atkinson, with an Introduc PoU?."?-3'. j{ Creeley. 25 c i^t's Life of Henry Clay, single copies Ci cent's?30 ?1'SiiS lor SI. or 100 copies for. . 3 00 r lernenLs of Philosophy. 37? f?rnres on O...

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

letos frdm Mr.JVccd . , . So. XXIX. Foreign Cormpondenf* of the Albany Evening Journal. Paris, Sept. 20,1643. The Palaco of the Tuileries is the winter resi? dence of the King. It was, you know, the scene of manv stirring and startling events during the Revolution of 1789. It was taken also by the People, m the Revolution of 1830. It stands on the bank of the Seine, having the Garden ol the Tuileries for its west, and the Louvre for its east front. When it was supposed that the Queen ol ?England might extend her visits to Pans, exten? sive repairs were ordered at this Palace,:during and since which it has not been open to visiters. All who come to Paris visit the Louvre, and as almost every body has written about it, I will not be tedious. Its early history is unknown.? A Castle existed here in the ca'rliest ages of the Monarchy. In the time of Philip Augustus it was used as a Prison for titled offenders. In 1523, under Francis I. it was rebuilt and en largcd. Louis XIV. designed mu...

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