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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 April 1841

IP jypJU Jo/ |% vS^ Jo- Jo wJMkl UJo<> ^iTv HOP V (' E GREE1 E Y ? | dr*irc tob io BnclrrHiaad ihe irpe principle* ?f the C^witMal. I wi?h them carried out?I a?k nothing more.'-*?Ilauiso.v. OFFICE ,.VO. 30 A N N - S T - NEW-YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL 16. 1841. VOL. I. SO. 6. PRICEjO.XE CENT. THE DYING SWAN, pv m?>. r. i. nMr?. I.? the ra'.m. deep sea sat the snow-white Swan, Bathing himself in the purple light Of the setting sah, that shone upon His dying vision in splendor tT:?hr. Hi. life's lone passion that tKiur grew stro::?. And he mourned for the glorious gift of Song. ?Atel must I alone?almost alone? Of the feaUn red race he voi<i of S'jr-.g? Sweet Philomela! had / tity tone. How exultingly would I float along! How would 1 praise thee, th<>u glorious sun f How gladly die when tny song was Jone ! " Then silent be lifted Isis graceful heal, And behold '. a glittering form drew nigh ! - It was beautiful Pharbus that stooped to his bed. Arrayed in rich robes of the r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 April 1841

T H E T RIBUNE. MOT-YORK, FRIDAY .M< ?RNING. APRIL (ET We roajnwrcc? to-day tb* ??iin:r*ij!* new story of *'R?*Jirf * * U / -.:-r... rw. ... . ? "~j.?-c re ckii courtry, ?2d tie remarnder a- taey *? -* ?"?-*? Y.taa-k ?-?Jr fwac. -?o aa- ts? * . '? - ~ seal !t>fa) tsit -.a-v ?..: s?.? ?* -> . ?so Tie rnbaae. ST To oor Fri-od? down lovrn.? I - li ?af as f.-sllr- b the i -?.?%.- *. nave "--ranred ? :s V- - aUMaflPe Mef-iaau" Nesrt-Rootss i= Wa!! near Pear!-:-?., to '?jte^ripiicaM aad e*>rainnBje?tv.?r,-for Thc Tbisc.we. a >-,x wtfl -l.*w^?. be o>rr. taer? for is- bioct t *u frieadt froea - A. ? *>_ri every weefc-ttey, and tbovs w?r.::.r to be served ?ux ?* bbobt ed. please leave their Base* ?- ta Mr. Hak - -r ? .. ?? ?Vwjv, for -i> aii Jfewa-Boosi. Price, Ob? ( eat STT Oor Subscriber* ?dl p>as? pay :i< Cerrwt sixpence r-?r s/s^t. ,i eons let themtstlTe* z.z.z: ieaiinc ?'itk then ?sets. We -si! our to ta? Carriers, -sd !oJi tr. ties oah for aawaaant. We do ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 April 1841

1 t l>r. I''ON'- ?* THE BatCAXTB. A Romane--. By fi. 1*. R I J??e?, r-"t- Anther of'The Robber,' *<-. Ac In twovoluines. ? tf- I N-- *-V"r*- Harper A: Brother-. Carvil! ,V Ca 10- Broadway. f { [ike a" th'" productions of its distinguished author, thi. ja vel ii written in an cosy flowing style, with a bold and fr<v B^eaerjr*'. brilliant and sparkling fancy, and great luxuriance o |3^ '""; :..-,<-;?..rion?-containing pa**iice? of the deepest interest, r joccauaa*-'}" of high-swelling eloquence. The most promi .^*J u,.rX tnii: of Mr. .Inmo-'s genius i- it*boundless and unpara] _J jt.;,..i fertility. Year after year, and in the most rapid sue I.. Icession, ho has continued to pour forth iii-* popular romance: j_surpassing in many respects those Ol any recent writer ol fiction, save the mighty Scott, the undisputed Monarch in ' t>-. .;. - ? iin ?>f intellect, and !>:? KKN*. who ?tvids far and proudly pre-eminent akove all hi* cotcmpornrics. In ctoit p?w fog terrible...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 April 1841

v PH A N*TA SI ??v . si ? hex heal ??:<?:? iTifh. tire ? ?? - ?"? [!j carper** ofthe pin>?M Win.!, mn > :h?*-^?nr-aV.nr ntMr? A tmddJks. ?????.: sveanaa, m a ?.'??? m? mire, sits hx the small tabled at plain ????? ine. oow and then s'trrirur wits Ufr!'-: - rad$ea.Bl whi-han i..:iu.' i? : .* V. rr.ar -::- ?.?. ?> fjre * .tri hts It- ?<! bcrsrei stafT, in that misty st.v,. a >en SSeep c.4* with f' ? at . firiaih gains th" master.. The c<?c:nur of his form, arid a trjorh of his features as vt- visible. denote the rich merrbani of B<.mJom Sjuare. but luvury ha? g-,t? s place to bue >-orr. pott-nee. aad : smith c f?nurj are red ice i :>.? one ? :.tld. and h'-r fhthorl is f/he ?| .vr opens aactther serene.?I: Is ths com ting-irosnnoi a aK-fharr .n a laxtjc city, but M rxtoions in its furniture, it looks more Hke try ptixate sitting-room of a man of busi Mas, '?:r?-<t wo clerks -ire lotting on the rich sett**cs, for it is not the fashionable btrur f?r their...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 April 1841

Ii v H?R AC E <i R E E L E Y. P?*< f] OWE CENT. Till! XEW-TORK TRIB?NE Will bepablished every morning, (Sundaya excepted,) at Xo. 30 A no-street, New-York. And delivered lo < ity Subscribers for One Cent per ropy. M^il Subscriber*, *l per ?nnnm tu advance. TO TTTE VDVRRTLSrXG PUBLIC. |n*;tV hope of securing a wid* and general Advertising patronter*. ?V-f.x.r. Of our friend- will \,v inserted tfll torta< r aotice :.t the fol? lowing reduced rates, viz fO? EACH ADVERTISEMENT or Twelwlm-'T !<?-- first insertion. SO ct*. Da for each subsequent insertion . Hi.. f..r Nix insertions, 0 .week.**1 50 J>o. foe 'r?vcntj-fi??' innertious, <t (nr- mmiili.S5 OO Longer Advi rtiset lents at equally favorable ratr*. Fur Fire !in?. half the ibovo rat.--: Two lines, one-fourth <>f the-.- rate-?payah!" 11! 1 .?>?' in advance. li A R N A BY RUDGE, C( "Xrto ?Lfc'ort; ?p ?05. CfJAITEK U. ?? A strange story !" -aid the num. who had been the cau-e of the narration. " Stranger s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 April 1841

tTJ _TJjJLB ? N E. _ ^"Tct^VFri?^<Town i.wn.-For tne STvstr ?Se*i. n,:.N. --R-?J'n-. One On, IT Oar MMta. -ill plea* ^.^^^" ^k. iad cor-,d,r ^>'~^^.?k to th.ro only for g g^c.,ro._C:tySuh.r,,:j LATER r'Ho.M CHINA. The ,hip Panama. Capt. Benjamin, arrived yesrerclay from Canton, in a fine ru - f one hundred day*. Sr.- U-tt Macao on the 6th of J. thus bringing da:-- some eighteen days later than were before received. The Pana? ma, in company with tiie Kosciusko, was permitted to pa*? the blockading squadron a* an act of special courtesy to the American flat:, by the British cornmander. It is understood the Kosciusko had on board 13.000 chests Congo Tea, and probably -ailed for Singapore The political news by this arrival is of no erear import? ance. The English commander was becoming distrustful oi the intention* of the Celestials: the British fleet had been been got ready for action, and an attack on the Bogue Forts was to hare taken place on the 28:h of December. On the 527th....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 April 1841

Lkcsijre os AoXlClTI.Tr/RK.?The lecturr-of Mr. Coleman, ; delivered ai the Amrri an Institute on Wednesday evening, was very long and rather tiresome: but it contained many truths and practical suggestions worthy of general considera? tion. Toe main topics of his address were the dignity of manual labor, the true n ldtion of Agriculture to National vroaJth. social prosperity and individual happiness, the vari? ous abuses which have grown out of its neglect and the means necessary to restore it to its proper rank in general es? teem. The cor.tr.o?t between onr own land and foreign coun? tries,?in the freedom and sure reward of labor, and in the s/ridor scop- which we enjoy for manifald improvements, was fullv displayed ; and many valual !e statisti -s were presented, of the amount of grains raised in various portions of this and foreign lands,?of the results of different modes of culture and of the new invention- which have been introduced, and Che ways devised to cany forward this g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 April 1841

rig?ysrsT?arin^??sanm From 'The DialJMbr April ART....THE GF.Vr'rKE-.PORTRAlT. 'And re?I!v it is not more f.tlf..-l than Art oayht to Sailer. Art v-bould pamt'th? picture a.? inventive Nature (eranung there is eucn a Thine) designed it. repairinf the uBperfectionj which aeceaaarfly re auit from the re-i'tanee of the material worked in, repairing also the aajury done il by conquering Tim-."? rroaf ute^/ruta tit Gemen cf littlNS.' - Ask too why the portrait utrars not 5 The romance of those lip? or lashes I Whv that Losnri's Ldush !: share-* not * Mirrors not her eye*, 'jiiick ?a^he. I Is it false in no: revealing Her eecret conscionsEess of beauty? The graceful, half-developed feei^r? Desire opposing fancied duty 7 For, on the canvas*, shadowy hair Streams backward from an earnest :ace : The features one- expression bear, The various lines one storv trace. And what it that expression r?Lnre' JTot wild-fire passion, bright but damp. A purer flame, which points aoore? Thomm kindled at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 April 1841

BY HORACE GREELEY. PKICE 0\E CENT. THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ', VW.I be published every morninj. (Sundays ncptcd.) at No. rvi Ann-street, New-York, AaJ delivered to City Subscribers for One Cent per copy. Mail Sj'jvnh-r-. $) p<T annum in advance. TO THE ADVERTISING PUBLIC. la'tbe hope of-ivuriiur ri wide and fncr.-l Advertising p-trnmro, tbrfivor. of our fr.cud- ?ill be inserted till further notice at to?- fol? lowing roduced rate-, viz: for r.Acn advkrti-emknt of Twelve linek or - (oversix), first insertioa. 50 ct?. Do. for each subsequent Insertion. " I>o. for Mix insertions, >.r on<' week... .91 50 Do. for Twenty-five insertions, or on'' month.1*3 OO Lonyr Advertisements at equally favorable ran-. For Fi v.- Iine<, balf the above rates; Two linos, one-fourtll of tiic.-c rato??payable in all cj?fi in advance. B A RNA I? Y RUD <i E. :Cl Nc'io fc?'ort bp 33o;. CHAPTER IV. Is fjic voncrable suburb?it was a suburb once?of f'lerk cnwell, toward th.it part of it* confines w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 April 1841

T H ET R I B U N_E_._ ~" NEW-YORK. MONDAY MORNING. \rriL \ ? ^ ""a- aT| p?t*?m who wa?? back number- of_ the THbaner*h.-:hr-r one. two, three, or a full set, sr.-requested o caJltTorMod 10 thH Office for them xmmrdUuly. Wc u>m ?er ?? "? ?v ?? ???* nr" ?bte to d? *" ,"-'T",r-'w 3nd n": dav We have printed a naafJ aumber over on pwpcsje to a?">i'f1'' 23* our friend*' and ?.11 cheerfully do to as Ion? a. we can. Be ww to-day.' _ TT To our Friend-, down iown.-For the eon* nieac? of oar fr.ea.t- ,n the F.r-t Ward. ?- have arranged -ritl Mr J VV Halb of the H.nts' NWRooma in W all near I . receive ?wbscriplions aad communications for The Tubus e. a w.il always!- open there f..r the 6wi of our fnendi rrotn - a. M. till dark every Week-day. and those within* to be served with tfle pit.er-e.il p!e-.? leave their sanies ?iti Mr. Hale. Singlecopie Sdwaya for eak it hit News-Room. Price, One Cent. XT Our Subscribers will please pay tic Currier* inxrsehce per week, and *..n-ider them-elv? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 April 1841

ARRIVALS AT THEJMIaTIPAL HOTELS. R. jM.rted for theNew-York Tribune. A_?Tt>R IIO?SE. ? WBg-ft Princeton H ? ns^iv '- t\vBo.,.. C R Km????? Boston 'V Latan, N J ?STwu? f.CMV^M.R.U.more ?V || p rken, Ubai Major J hwinc Army KW UHJcwoad, " I? Meli alf. Natchez A Graadfelt, Sah ? I? VV Metcalf, A T Hvae,New-York OMetcalf. " G A Clrker, Taonton JTufTt, Bo-ton C D Stahlke, M.ari FGagc, S.-ihaha ft?l?in. Portsmouth a C Curtis " j DU rt-eas, Boston H A <? [Ieoshaw, Boston p. Bovd, Baltimore T Le Mart. Mass U Taylor, Mass. I- H Briggs, S II George <* Wilde, Beat ? J PaotooJ, Mass T II Wiley " SonSj Alabama G Hayderv, I M Buna, St Louis D GaUand, " W H ABea, Jersey -Mr Hunter, Princeton Capl Barton, ship Columbus T Adams, Boston S II Hill, Philadelphia W II Pitken, E G Felton, Albany W W Parkwell " Daniel White, Charleston HOWARD HOUSE. B J Adams, Troy Mr Phelps, " j T Rot* n. Detroit T Woodruff, Sagertie* r; W ir I, Maseas ..'etts M Sutten, Detroit It L Marsh, Pen i ..-u D <? Kel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 April 1841

FIFTEEN SONGS IiY THOMAS MOORE. From Vol. V. of hui c dlccttd Works, ju-t published in London. WHEN LOVE~~*'HO RULED. When Love, who ruled as Admiral o'er His rovy mother's isles of light. Was cruising off the Paphian shore, A sail a: sunset hove in eight. " A chase, a chase! my Cupids all," Said Love, the little Admiral. Aloft the winged sailors sprung. And, swarming up the mast like bees, The snow-white sails expanding flung, Like broad magnolias, :o the breeze. " Vo ho, yo ho, my Cupids all! Said Love, the little Admiral. The chase was o'er?the bark was caught? The winged crew her freight explored ; And found t was just as Leye had thought, Por all was contraband aboard. u A prize, a prize, my Cupids all! " Said Love, the little Admiral. Safe stow'd in many a package there, And labell'd slyly o'er as " Glass," Were lots ?f all th' illegal ware, Love's Custom-House forbids to pass. "O'erhaul, o'erhaui, my Cupids ail," Said Love, the little Admiral. False curls they found, of every...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 April 1841

B Y II O RACE GREELE Y. PBICE OIVE CENT. THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Will be published every morning. (S?ndayi excepted, at No. 30 Ann-street, New-York, AuJ delivered to City Subscril.for One ( rnt per copy. Mail Subscribers, 54 per auuuru in advance, TO Tin: ADVERTISING PUBLIC. In'lhehope cf^erurm; a --?ide and -rwral Advertising patrnna??, iWsvor? WOUrTrieads will lie mvrted till further notice at the fol? lowing reduced raie-i. viz roB l.ACH AOVr.RTIsRMF.NT OK Twelve line> or les. over six), first insertion. 30 eta. Do. for e.ieh subsequent insertion. Do. f?r Mix insertions, or one week.!*1 HO Do. for Twenlv-lirr insertions, or on" month.!??> OO Longer Advertisements a: equally favorable rates. For Fire lines, half the above rates; Two lines, one-fourth r.f tfciN.e rules?payable in all case* in advane. B A R \ A I5JY_ R IDC, E. 3 Xftrj HJovk bj U05. CHAPTER VI. Beyond all measure astonished by the strange occurrences which had passed with so much violence and rapidity, the locksmi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 April 1841

THE TRIB?N E._ NEW-YORK, TUESDAY MORNING APRIL 20. j T* CorretpondentJy?Wt h;.ve receive 1 -Vera! poetical crTu?"n. j aurge-ted by trie death of P-e id-nt lla-nwm aad He b -nors | a* bts' meo.ry. .<ome of them are not? hotly unworthy, bet no to us to rorne op to th" standard of the tUguity aai r^andeur n ? ~ them-, and we therefore withhold tbem from the public a to- ? The writers wdl not of course complain of P*rti"'2jjj^?B they wdi geaerally acqmesce in the pr-priety of our eean ? _ ... u~?-?. been made at the TT Kevernl < ompln.ntM have ne . Office, ofCarnen rdlmtrt*.- ^Lreuvid^thaJ several eamen ?? W? have made inqutries and ^e*^??, paper,have .. .... , would mtv.rm rnrTv ^ r^oocnt. tnat our Carriers in inoee ,T_ TT All neiswon? who want back number- of the TrifcMe^aetber one, two. three, or a fuU set, are requested to rail ut or .-end to this office for them tiuaudtariijr. v\ <? ran supply mem note : w? may or may not be able to do ,o to-morrow and t:-v! day. We have p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 April 1841

CoROVKR's OrKICR.?Death by Intewperatter.?Th* Coro Lc yesterday held an inqeCSt at tho house ol Edward Phillips. | aKw^Vashinrton street, on the body of Alexander Campbell, a ?natiVe of Scotland, aped K : a sail maker by trade. The de. ?ceased anhappfly addiwed to intemperance, and lodged: to- , -e-her with another, narr.eii<>!:n Crant. in the basement of the } ???ovc number. He v.a* ir?lueed to great destitution, and had j ' neen :'!! tor the last two o: Are.- days. On Sunday he was at tacked with tremens, and unable to leave the house. On Sun | da: night his thirst was so excessive, that he.lrank off nearly all ; ?he contents of a pail of pump water, end yesterday morning, ?fter saving he was better, died in a few minutes afterwards. Verdict, death from intemperance and exposure. AERIVALS AT TIIEJPBINCIPAI HOTELS. Reported for the New-York Tribune. Citt Hotm-?Lieot Chataad, I S S \ F. F. Ys.tr., Albany: H R j Child", Boston ; C T Smith, Albany ; S C Call, N J ; John T Town, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 April 1841

Fron the New-Yorker. Classic ?Bes. Altered from <ild Translations. THE FOUNTAIN BAOTUSIA-.-^OSaC*-) SiSfii.v?". through tije starry crass. Loved Bandusia! clear as glass, Sweet cups of wine to thee I 'ii pay. And Bovvers along thy margin lsy ; To thee I 'U bring, to morrow raora. A kid. whose tender, budding bora Flushes its silvery forehead wnise, Threatening Venus and the ngnt In rain?for with bis ruddy blood He shall ?:sin thy gelid flood? ? iffsprihg of a wanton brood The naming star's mad mng conr Hath v-xntoy*??^**: A trrateful coldness thou OOSt yield To flock?, that wander i' the field, And'oxen weary froir. the plough, Amidst the noble Fountains thou Shalt flow for ever, whilst I sing The ilex that o'ershades thy Spring, Whose roots i' the mossy marble creep Where thy gushing waters leap. II. THE WINE-CUP....'Ana.cf.eon.| Vit.can ! this pare silver take ; Carve it nobly tor my sake; Carve rue a Bowl, and carve it so That I my native thoughts may know. There deeds of arms...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 April 1841

j^Mjk?^ ^?^|^J^ Ic^iAl^ ^-i^^U^-^h>^ J^-J-i^i^ J-^Ao^-i^ oJ-^S-<j> " ^"y jj OR4CE GREELEY. " i de*ire yon to Hndfrntand the true principle* of tfae Goveramerit. i winh them carried oni?i a?k nothing more."?Hirrski-j. OFFICE NO. 30 A.\N-ST. PRICE OXE ?EiT. _\EW-VORK. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 21._ VOL. I. IVO* 1?. THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Will bepub!i-hed every ciorain;. (Sundays excepted. ?i N?. :u Ann-street, New-York, And delivered to City Subscriber* for One < rnt per eopy. Mail Subscribers, $1 per annum in ad ram ??. TO THK ADVERTISINQ PUBLIC. MJthe liope of scrurtn; a wide a:iJ jenrral Advertising patronare die favor, of our fn.-nds will b" inserted till further notice at the fol? lowing reduced rates, viz: for fach aovkktisemext or Twelve liar, or le., over six), first insertion. 50 rta. Do. for each subsequent insertion. <( 25 " Do. for Six insertions or one week,.> I 50 Do. for Twenty-lire insertion*, or one month.ssjj no I.onjer Advertisements ai equally favorable rale...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 April 1841

THE TR IBDNE,_ NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY MUKMNG, APRIL SlV To CorrespcmdenU^-We bare received several poetical ?ffM,?" Wge-ted bv 10? death of Pre-ident Ha.-r.soo and the honor, paid hi. ai-a?rv.' Some of them are not wholly unworthy, bat no ooe seem t? ? ? come cp to the .taneard of th- d.eeity and grandeur of tne them- and we therefore ?ithhold them from the p?W.? altogether. i ?_ ?c narmlitv. and we trust The writer, will not of eouree eomplais of P~^~ - . ? they will generally acquiesce m the propriety of our eci-.o .. _ . _ h_rc been rnn.de tit the * HerernI tomplan.?"???*' TtVomme. OtBee, lC?rru^c^nrt?ce t^gjg^ mxenl atrHm of Wcbase taade .nqume. lha, pan,r. bsT? been -erring the Ute Democrat, since the nop?"* wk/Z' ?, . ?limi.?. _k? the Tribune lo their^^^^ ^ ? S^ Z .?SE S the 8e?5 and Fourth Ward, eapectally. that our Carrier, in those Ward-1'' not carry the Democrat. V All l?? ttaaaaaa who ?uut bnck nnmbsrs of the Tribune, whether on*, two, 'hree. or a full set, are requested to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 April 1841

KT" A fin- broke o.it last night, at about 11 o'clock, in a bu'Hirg occtip'cd bv J. VV'i> d t<a tailor's shop, at 98 Fulton street. The ir.sile was burned out.' but no great loss w.s sustained. ???_______ LW.UM AT TH?_PRINfiPAL HOTELS. Reported for the Mew-York Tribune. tsTos. Hoest. ?S C Bemi', Springfield : I? f?outhwiek and lady. Tfoi . Caarl?? Minitt, do; J I> Korb.-, do; fi F V?a Vechten, H N - VYaitou ?nd lady. Schensctady ; II ainberlain. BoMon ; T Gray,do; y p^ahodv 4: Son. Salem; J B ("H?ver, Bo-ton : Cnpt A Palmar. ?hip ijarnck; D K Webster, K?j uoi lady, Washiorion Citv : (, Colby, Bo>ton; W Phillipe, N.w-Bedo.rd: H Want. Boston: R G Shaw, on; W F Shaw, do: Mi?s Sturges, do; Mne. Sbnw, do: Miss F Shaw, An: i C Bond, do: C II Bracke?, Syrru u.e . S f; Arnold. Providence; PR (Jeorje, D Samuel, Philadelphia; W Lathrop. Sprihedeld: Mr ('hapin, Hartford. AStCaiCA?.?F Hollester, l'tiea ; Mrs Hall. Albany; Wn Williams, p.ufljlo: Capt Maii-iiel.1. U 9 Corps Engineers;...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 April 1841

i^r-.i?in i?.......^^.???iij^frifii '"I?in ? ??.'??."".' THE ?EA30N OFFERING?. (Versified from the o-rmanofJean Pan!. BY mrs ' ?'? SaMBS. ' L~ Is hi.- white stTinr-r.sr robe w snow, 'Mid the a.tar-ba:id. doli old Winter stand. In Nat-ire s wide tcmpie be&dinz iow : He 's from the Frost Land, and Urines in his hand Statue* and column, of ire gleaming rich. To fill in that temple each broad aisle and nicne. With troet work jewels, fall 1 string To lay ..n the shrine for his orlcrinc;. In the glory and f^^^^lTbe^ Bricht Autumn bends low the tmve Which He fflw Witt, tae wild torct treasure, all jtlvery strewed ; And Me purole hned vintage, too. be doth bmtg, To lay on ti.e shnne tor his offering. In the verdure and beauty of Youth s fresh 'doom. Gav trimmer fimga down hLs rosy-gemroed crown. And lays on the altar his rainbow plume : In the chiincei he '* thrown his surplice and gov.-n. While he winds round each pillar wreathed rrnrlandso; flowers, Which his fair hands have culler! i...

Publication Title: New-York Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
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