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

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED every .MOU.Vt.NG, sunday excepted. At 160 SsuAVt. (wmn *Cn* Hall.1iNew Yoi.t. And delivered to City Subscribers for NINE t EN I 3 j ? :i week, or when they ?.?refer, tney can j>ay in advance atth" Desk /or six months. Or a year at the same rate. Single opes TWO CENTS. Mail subscribers $5 per annum, in advauce ; and the Paper in no case contiuned beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken (or Six Months. No difference allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other r*'*r' T^irns of Advertising. TEN LINES or less. (ov?r Six.) First insertion... 5f> cent*. " for each subsequent insertion.25 " " ,; for six insertions, or one week.... SI SO " for TwF.NTY'Fivr insertions.5 00 " Z~r' Longer advertisements at equally favorable rates. MaTIRIagrs, Rn imct-s and FUNERAL NOTICES, not ex ceeding five lines. 25 cent*. THE NEW-YORKWEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Laige Paper, for the Country, IS PUBLISHED-EVERT SATtTRDAV MonMMi At the l...

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

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17. % ^ - ejjh president, HENRY CLAY, OF KENTUCKY. Twenty Copies for $20 ! Proposals for publishing an Extra Edition OF THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Have you surrendered?" was the inquiry o the commander of the Serapis, as the ? Bon Homme Richard ' desisted from firing to repair damages ant extinguish the flame* that had been rapidly gaining the masterv of his vessel. "Surrendered!" an? swered Paul Jones, " we have not *et begCN to fight !" In that same spirit, the great Whig Party of the Union, victorious on some points and thrown bark at others, unconquerable by force but not im? pregnable to treachery, having passed through the Elections of 1843, now commences the organization of its forces, the mustering of its battalions, and the systematic diffusion of intelligence preparatory to the great contest of 1844. Once fully organized, they will advance to certain, glorious and beneficent victory. The Publishers of the New-York Tribune, hav? ing been urged...

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

inch a combination of taltut ia seldom found at any nlace ofamusement as may be enjoyed at the Amsrican Muse? um. ??by *n rrT* Peale's Museum is dorn? a good business with the p?wne-Teller, QreatWesfejruv&c. ?r-vlf i< extremely difficult to cut vine- the public, and es H\v ofSem who are afflicted with diseases of the ?lS liveforbronchial tubes, that there a remedy They hm**. ??'"JX- different articles of medicine that they have h4T' . ., U,eeia anrpYopos*d rem.Hlv.but if those per ^l4J;u^?u1c*iSTa? and call on those who baveused they will ** Dr- Covcrt^ Ba,rV ^LTi certain cure for Coughs, Colds Consumption. Dys Ll i I ^erComplainl. Bronchitis, Asthma. Croup. V hoop J*1*! vieh See if used inseason and according to directions. vclVould'eere state, that in our opinion Dr. Fleming's Med .td Worm and Diarrhea Candies are superior to all others ??A,nn St.: 1111 vjrt eiivr iv.? ?*'" " ? ? ? KnT Wood. cor. 121st-st. and Third Av.-nue; i'h.ll.p 38 53?^street,corner of William; and of ...

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

THE TRIB?NE. Coquet?t*tc. Extraordinary.-?A few days ago a pair of turtles, seemingly anxious to become united in the silken bonds of wedlock, made their appearance before one of the clergymen of Glas? gow:, who, finding the requisite certificates al! right, proceeded with the ceremony, until ho came to that part of it where the question is put to the bridegroom, if he 4t is willing to take tins woman to be his wife ? " To this necessary query, the man, after considerable hesitation, answered m No ! " 44 No! " said the minister with sur? prise ; " for what reason n '* M Jist," said the poor embarrassed simpleton, looking for the door, because I've taken a scunner (disgust) at her." On this the ceremony, to the evident mortification of the fair one, was broken off, and the parties retired. A few days after, however, they again present? ed themselves before his reverence, and the fas? tidious bridegroom having declared that he had got over his objection, the ceremony was again commenc...

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

{ j flKVV- YORK~TRIBTJNE. THE NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED *EV?RY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCJCTTBO. *f 150 .VassAC-st. (orrosiTi c,t> Ihi.i.,) N '>:w7> jkk, ? (delivered to City Subscribers for NINE I ENXo pea Aa,.k o; ??!,-,? they prefer, they can pay w ?dran? &t cht ratios ?ix mouths, or a year at the earn** rate, hing li ne* TWO i.KNTS. M nl subv >ib- r>. S> p--r anuui-.. advance: and tlie paper in no ease continued, beyond th* nrn* for which it u paid. Subscriptions taken toe Sis Vo'&atrence allowed on Daily Exchange* with any othei rape"? Xeims of Advertising. ?i v \* LINES oi ieuv(or<r Six,) First insertion... 50 cents. **' for each subseqaentiri*extiori.25 " ,i (or six Insertion*, or one week.... $1 5? " ? for Twe5TY-Fivc insertions. 5 00 ** Long?' advextiseraeuts at equally favorable rates. ^UrbiaGKS, Rjmlioi * wid Fukkral Notices, not fx ^?2 fiveliae*. ? cents._ THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE i iVery Laige Paper, for the Country, Is rCBLJSHBO EVERY...

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

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF KENTUCKY. ITT" sixth Congressional Dl?trlct.-An ad? journed meeting of the liemocratic Whig Convention tor ine 6:h Cou>cre*sioual District, to appoint *%keate to "f, ^1 mor? Couveution for the nomination of 1 resident arid VIM President, will be held at CoortittOon Hall ou Monday. I th November iuit.. at half-past" o'clock. F.>1. J. A. SlDLLL, Chairman. T. E. Tomlinson. Secretary. n,!]2t Why are there no American Poet?? The last Eclectic Museum contains a review of Griswold's Poets and Poetry of America, ex? tracted from the last Dublin Review. The Re? viewer, of course, thinks our poetry a trifling matter, and perhaps he is right. On this point wc will not quarrel with him nor the English reviews. Wc complain of two tilings that ap? pear first and foremost in every English notice ol American poetry. First, that wc arc servile imitators of their poets; and second, that we are unable to produce any great ...

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

404 do; Seed, 1,231 do; Wheat, 89,84-2 bushels: Com. 3.200 io; Tallotr,671 bbli.j Whiskey, 316 do: Hide:., 4,387; L?ad, 1,279 pigs. Xhe impciu for the first two vr. t!.. in N for f nr sea ?oos n>eV h?- seeu b\ the following (able : jrr.Wes. ' l i; 'S?. 1841. 1 = 1(.. :rrh,at .143,460 200,003 108,059 79,773 - _ " . 4,049 22,555 '9.32U ' 2;279 ciolir'". 83,989 S3.469 69,521 67.221 fork and Beef.10,954 2,736 2,249 1,878 Bauer and lard kega. . . 1,249 0,294 4,149 1,736 Ashes. . -- ? ?- ' ,c*Ol 71? 4U Ol? ' ?Oats included. Xbo export* bj the Canal daring the 2d week in Novem? ber were very heas \ Tells, $27,150, Flour, ol ,086 barrels: Wheat, 65,&1>4 bushels;?making the total exports foi the gist two weeks is.f illows:?Tolls, $48,117; Wheat, 146,100 hasheis, Floor, 82~524 barrels. Number of boats, 149 Rochester, Nov. 14, Wheat holds at 7 shillings; re? ceipts" light. Floui without change, say 3 75 a $4. Price Reduced.?pr. Taylor's Balsam of Liverwort, f,5 Bowen: The brighter da...

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

HYDROPATHY, OR WATER CURE. hv cut. claridge. jThe system of Medical Treatment by Wafer alone, first practiced by Preissnitz in Geanany, is rapidly extending its fame and multiplying He disciples throughout Europe-, and already we are made acquainted with some partial attempts to introduce it in this country. We trust that some adequate experiment will soon be made on this bide of the Atlantic, for we have no doubt that important and beneficial results are destined to flow from this reform. Prom the Glasgom 'Scotch) Argus of Sept. 21st, we copy the fol lowing report of a Lecture by Capt. Clariduf, an eminent Englishi apostle of this system, which we commend to the attention of all inquirers. Ed., On Thursday evening Capt. CJaridgc deliv? ered a second lecture on hydropathy, or the cold water cure, to a large and highly respectable au dience, in the Assembly Rooms, Ingraham-strect. On this occasion a charge was made for admifi tion?reserved seats Is.?the rest ol the house 6d.?for the ...

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

^rtWY?RK tribune7 1 tvW YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ^ rVERT MORXINO, SUNDAY EXCEPTED. \. ?t 'opposite City Hall,) New.i ork, ?&?hm thevprefer, they can par in advance at the *?*??am*i o'a year at the same rate. Single ii^n^fyCiW^SrSlM subscribers S5 per annum, C0? i" jn,| the nai?er in no case continued beyond the j ^Tr VhS it W W'd. Subscriptions taken to* Six lifli* ' Jfejjg^ce allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other if"1- Xeims of Advertising. ftiCFS or less, (Over Six,) First insertion... 50 ccuts. IKN1,1.. for each subsequent insertion.25 " ?' ? |0r jjx insertions, or one week. ... $1 5(1 " ' " .? forTwr.ntv-Fivv: insertions. 5 00 " 1~ r nnear advertisements at equally favorable rates. V re* Rei ir.iof? and FONKUat Notices, net ex fe^lines. 25 cents._ Tjrt NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE .. ? Large Paper, for the Country, A ,. rfBLUHEP f.vr.rv eaTl-imAY Morning ^,|0wprice ot TWO DOLL ARS p<rr.annum, in advance. THE' T RIB U I E~T ?JJtierTfrom Mr. ffced ? .... No. XXX, Corr...

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

MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20. ~~ FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, of kentucky. ~~+n~ Sixth Congressional District.-An ad? journed meettux 01 -the democratic Win* < onventiou toi rn 6;h Crmmreuion it District, to apt-onu a Delegat-- i > the oalti more Convention, lor the nonuuaoou ot Preiident and \ ire P,t?i<lenf, will be held at t oustituttou Hall on Monday, Zflth Novenibrr insi , at half-pail 7 o'clock. ?-M. J. A. SlDf.LL, Chairman. T. ?. ToMUNSON, Secretary. nl? 2r IT* The New-Orleans Courier, the Loco-Foco organ in Louisiana, is calling on its allies at the North to come up to the aid of ' the party ' in that State by keeping up the present duty on Su? gar while cutting down the Tariff generally.? It argues that the present duty on raw Sugar cents per pound?at least sixty per cent.) is only a Revenue duty! and regrets that the late Whig Delegation from that State were drawn into any connection with the Manufacturing Interest? thev could have done so much better by relying on t...

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

Commercial and Money Matter?. ga. For tales at the Stock Exchange and 1 Receipts o Produce,' see first Paie_ Satckdav, P. M. TVsaI-s at the Stock Board were large to-day, with some fluctuations- Government Sixes declined $j Fives JjVicks bnrtr;. Tennessee went apt; Long Island 4 percent., jejring off at 62$. New-Jersey j; Mohawk ^ Farmed i- Bank of Commerce j; Delaware and Hudson \ Sorwich and Wv.reM sold at 26$, a farther advaow of 2$ pet cent Bills are dull. We quote Sterling7f a.9; Francs 5 37$ s 6 36. The following i> a summary of the statement of the con? dition of the Banks in this State on the first day of Novem? ber made W the Comptroller pursuant to the provisions of the Act of April is, 1643. No statements were received from the Delaware and Hudson t anal Co., th>- Hamilton Earik atid the New York State Stock Security Bank R esou rccs. Nov. Aug Loans and Discounts.$53,267,130 $53,007,307 Lcus and Discounts to Directors 4,557,;536 4,155,775 Loans andDiscouots to Broke...

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

THE TRIBUNE. Address of Gansevort Melville. At a special meeting of the United Irish Re. peal Association last week at Washing-ton Sail, in view of ti>e arrest of O'Coiinf-11, several . ? lutions were [.resented, which were seconded by Mr. Melville, and supported in the following spir? ited address : irishmen and friends of Ireland?Let us ap? proach the momentous question which has called u* together in all calmness, all candor, and ali re? solution. The eyes of our enemies are upon us, and let no indiscretion on our part give them cause to rejoice. We all know* that Mr. O'Conneil has been arrested and held to bail?but in what sum ' in the paltry sum of X100U. Years ago, in other trying times, when he was before arrested, he was held to bail without any previous palaver in X"30,. 000 ! The circumstances* of the case doubtless require the Government to insist on an increased rather than a diminished amount of bail. Does not then this striking; disparity in the amount of bail deman...

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

vjrW-YORK TRIBUNE 1 Vr-v YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED SUNDAY EXCEPTED, Td n'ERY MORNING, - to 'city sSKriben for NINE CENTS per A^SSSen they prefer, they can pay in advance at the *k' ^ rron'hs or a year at the tame rate. Single 8sM*?rSo CENTS. Mad sabsOTDeri S-'? per annum, eflPjgi. and the paper in no case conttnued beyond the jgjdrt^yj^j, jt j, paid. Subscriptions taken tor Sit ?its* '!,,r V?iffer-nce allowed on Daily Exchange? with any other fi"*** Teinu of Advertising. iWS or less. (ov?r Sit.) First tusertiou... V3 cent-. H> L\V fnreach subsequent insertion.25 " .. /or six insertions, or one week .... SI 50 " " .. forTwEtvTT-FtvB insertions. 5 00 " , m,aT jdvertisemeuts st giually favorable rates. U 1 rr\ R-J.ioi0cs and Fomeral Noticki, not ei MlSS'iG;. ' oSrenrs cff]iajCve hfl?. 25 ceiit-_? THE S 2W-YORK W BSKL i TRIB U N E ..... Large Paper, for the Con n.trj At the , -ATIKUAV MORMM, lowpriceo! TWO DOLLARS ptraimam, in advance fH ETO B U NE. "'"'""^^BaTtimore and Ohio R...

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

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21 FOR PRESIDENT, HEJiRY CL.AT, Of KENTUCKY. TT? General Committee of Democratic Whig YotitiC Men.?A special meeting of this Com Ittee will b- lield at the Dr xoittfe will be lieloat the Broadway Houi". on Friday Evi to, 2tth November ad: Cmas, K. Tav lo: ituxn S. SwAirf, ftirio, ?*th November, at 7 o'clock. By order. ADDISON DOUGHERTY. Czatzttrao. Mr. Clay on tne Tariff. In July last, Messrs. Branham & Bledsoe (Loco-Foct.*} of Georgia, wrote a letter to Mr. Clay (given below) intended to draw from hini an answer which could be used to defeat the Whig candidates this Falland injure Mr. Clay in the Presidential canvass. Mr. Clay answered them frankly, intimating at the close that he did not care to be hung up in the newspapers every few days, as nuch a course seemed to intimate that his opinions were a subject of mystery or equivocation. The gentlemen who had drawn out this letter (writing as friends; did not publish it, but they made a grea...

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

?^r^t^etter from Berlin of 25th Sept. fcU ? K' yon Raumer is very buty in rending up ?? : ^Td ournev to the United States, where he in form'P^f V [hs between April and October of W^He?prMent think, very favorably of the Ame visiter starts seXiye&rj .heir iistitations-so that their ireiad.ced in their favor ; let ns hope he will re iora?*wl" J [Nat. Int tarn ??* V* The Mobile Advertiser says?We are hap. H ? i? in oar power to state that this fine passenger py to FAT? i- ^ arrjved safely at our wharves. She was lodffi?. ??/latrai sunk to her guards, in consequence of ^J^hW upon a sand bar. We are pl^ed to learn that sulking ti ? Ty\ne received by this accident was the spring the only 10} ^ ^er DutI) which caused her to leak rapidly Sa^cargowas.n. ^ _ ^ rr? On Thursday morning, at about 6 o'clock, twin occupied by Mrs. Charles Vila,(Roxburv, Mass, a large ^'^?.ved by fire together with 18 cows", 1 bull, harnesses, a'Jd ^ quantitv of hay and grain. Sup ^^to be the work ofau incendia...

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

^HYDROPATHY, OR WATER CURE. BY CAPT. (LARIDOK. Continued.J ~" As to the means by which cures were effected, there was, in the tlrst place, the sweating process. The great desideratum with medical men was the producing of perspiration, and checking it at will. In this they failed ; but it was not so in the water cure, in order to effect it, the bed is removed from the mattress; a blanket is then placed upon it, and the patient extended upon the blanket, which is brought straight, round the neck and other parts of the body; then another blanket is applied and brought tightly round the body; and thus blanket is added to blanket till seven or eight are put round the patient, and a feather bed over the whole. He dared say they would think this almost insupportable; but it was far from being so; it was indeed exceedingly comfortable, and people generally when thus placed went asleep. In most patients perspira tion did not break out for three quarters of an hour; and wheni it appeared, col...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 November 1843

In'KW-youk riiiiVi :\k. THE NEW-YOKK DAILY TRIBUNE!S n BLISJIED EVJSRY MORNING, Sl/NDA* EXCEPTED. At 160 Nas>ai."? st. [?vrOMTK Cit.i H ?JUjl N*? Aon* And delivered to City Subscnbers for NENE I L> I S ? weelcorwbeu thevprefer, th< ?>? can .pay m adtanceatth. Ho U s.v month*, ora year at the same i ite. oingli , TWO CENTS. Man subs nbei i i i net innum, in advance * indthe r?pcT inuocase conti uned beyond :h< lime f i w'iucl. it is paid. Subscriptions token iot Six No difference al lowed on Daily Exchanges with any otliei 5 lU r' T ei ni s of Advertising. 1 EN LINES oi less, (over Six.) r':r:-t insertion... .'?0 cents. ..4 *? for each subsequent insertion." .. *? jor ?ix insertions, or tine week. .. . Si " .. " for T\y??Tr-Fiv.Einsertions. 5 00 " ? -~. - Lougar adrertiseinents at equally favorable rates. N^itHiAin s Kv i i'Mo.> and Funeral Notices, not ex ceeding five lines. 25 cents. THE NEW-VmIM: WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Ye r y L a i ge I' < p < r. for t Ii < Go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 November 1843

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER2" FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF KENTUCKY. T?" General Committee of Democrali Vi nig Young Men*?-A special meeting "_i t.os I om ruitv.- will be held at thr. Broadway ilou-;?-, oo Fhiuav r.v> staff, 2Uh'November, at 7 o'clock. U>--.nier. ADDISON DOUGHERTY. Chairman, t mas. K. Tai lor, i e JanasB.Hytxw. i"^"""1 _ * ?* We arc indebted to Ilarndcn & Co.'s Ex press for Lin- early receipt of foreign news by Ca ledoaia yesterday morning. O* We are also indebted to Adams & Co for Boston and Foreign papers. rtlifcsissippi Election. ( ivuHi ?rowa, Williams, Sr??octr, I ucKer. Coaat.es. Wiig. L?co. . Bonds Whig. U?. tbwndes.687 658 31.497 7Jii Octibbcha.255 212 8.1/3 240 Winston..270 394 5.23! 36b Norubee. .483 3c2 30.489 33H Fontotbc .66 121 60.279 31 Monroe ...451 597 57.398 591 Kemper... 279 413 23.231 516 Adams....679 341 81.7G4 331 Harrison.. 46 153 . 30 120 Marshall . 50 maj. muj. 53 DeSoto... 25" " 2 Warren ... rnaj. reduced. CJaibo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 November 1843

BT A correspondent of the Buffalo Commcr. cial Advertiser, in giving an account of the odd characters one seen assembled :n society in King? ston, Canada, mentions among others the Indian agent of the Mohawk tribe, who gave him the interpretation of the names of some of the towns in our State. The following are among them : gcheiiectidy.?The true, spelling should be, Skah-netate, which signifies an extended or continuous pinery?a, w. would say, pine plains. Unca,"be sav*. is not the true name. It should be Uteke, which means,! am returned : viz. a rendezvous or stopping place. tjauastr.ia?Kana.t"U. A; tiie frame : probably the frame of .some building stood the re in olden times. Caughnewa g!?Cognawaga?head of the rapid. Tlie Indian name of Little Falls was Ost : ng i uici< motion. Cauaioharie, is Cauitsioharre?wash kettle. He says, that there is a hole worked in the rock by the action of the water. Schoharie, is Schohar-ne. Go for it agail). Toronto, in Canada, signifies two tree...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 November 1843

letters from Mr. Weed . . . So. XXXL F<u??G*i <>rrr?rH>i:vk'iiCv ???' ti? Albany Jon??"*' the iNr.tr:rs -fKB pantheon?fbbn. " rc'? *c* Pari?. S-i" ito.lS-13. I have nowhere regretted my ignorance ofthi French language so keenly a* in nryvisit to tl ? Hold dre Invalides.' where you 6Cc300U ofiNa ppkoh'a veterans, it would hare been equally a sourceof instruction and enjoyment to converse ivUfi the surviving Actors in the scenes which will render BoiwjMtrte??Campaigns memorable in ail coining time. As it was, i coaW only look at the men who o trricd the Eagles of France into Egvot-, and drugged her Cannon over the Alps men1 whose lives, for twenty ye-ars, were little eisebula continuous conflict?men who, in th< Upmiage of Lord Byron, tl ever slept upon the arras their fcvcicd hands must grasp in waking.' But though speech was denied me, the eyes fur. uished themes for the imagination. I saw the men who were with Masseoa and Davoust and Kleber and Bernadotte and Ney and ...

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