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

BY HORACE GREELE y. PRICE OXE CENT. THE NEW-YORK TRI Iii'NE Will be published avcry moruinc, (Suad.iv? excepted, ut No. .T) A:iB--trc?t, New-York, t.r.ti delivi red t" City Subscribers fur One CVsit per ropy. Um? Subscribers, $4 prr khiiuui in advance: otherwise $5. TO THE ADVERTISING PUBLIC. fc'fhe. hope of securing a tide ?nc) general Advertising natrwnuic. djefavor? of our friends will be inserted till furth'r not* e at tbe frd ffwiiUj reduced rates, *"iz: ^ rrvR KACH ADVKRT'SF.MK-IT OP Ten lines or less (over m*). rW.-t insertion. ci"* Do.forb sofasequent insertion. fW ., Oo.tbr.*?x insertions, or one week,.SI Do. for T w?'itty-ls re Insertion?, or ?ne uioutb.S5 'rO L?mgrr Advertisement* at equally f: voraWc ruf-. For FLv?- lines, half the above rate-; Tw? I?"-'. oie-fnurlb of ti?e rat?1.?payable in .dl cases in advance. For The Tribune. Statk Pkiso.v Labor.? Mr. Editor: Sir?Yourcorres? pondent, who subscribes) himself Marcus Antorihis Brown, has, in an article in yesterday's Tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 July 1841

T HE TRIB?NE. NEW-YORK. THURSDAY MORNING; JULY I; 1841. (JCr We attempted te un' our new pre,- for (he Sr>t tirr.e foryt? terdiiy'. paper, l.ut it gave way srd l epl bw k a part of Mir Cditiort to a very late hour. It i. ion uaatogmng repair ; meantime we are compelled to go back to our oh' on" O" ' Verit?t' write- justly .:. praite ?f " Hor -e-Sboe Kob.nx>b. which we have lonr since retarded andromm-aded a- one ofthe rorj beet of American Novel-. But our friend l- mistaken intuppoainj that the author-hip of this work it involved in my story?is the :>- ? duruon of Hon. John P. Kr.MNEOv. now Whig Member of Coegresa from Baltimore. ^^^^^^ Aspects ?r Washington.? Our latest adri tea Iron ?: Federal Citv are tinged with anxiety, but mill radial hotie It need not be disguised tbut there are obstacles to surmour.r. cln.-i.ing views to harrnonize, prejud.ces to Sofien, and sectional interests and feelings to respect and conciliate. All this is the woik of time and effort. Those ? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 July 1841

MOiVE T_MARKET. Half? at the HiocU Kxchnrjfc. July ? d0 U 9 Bank.. 1*t| 30 do do..t3* C7 ,2 do do. 10} SO do do.G6, S do do.b?ms I? 80 doSWton... .AM* 3 o do do. 181 7.. do -o.' 5 do NA Trust.?IM ?: 15 d? do.-~ J* .2 oo do. s3.|. '.. I-1 do Harlem..h.10.1 "... ? do. Pi 50 do *?..Ms 25f 50 do do. 9 175 d? do.?3d,!. 8 ? do do.*3d? 9 150 *? d0? ???? ?f, X do do. 9 150 do do.Mb' SSI jS do do. ? IW do 00.bGOd* 8] lij do do.iBdi ?,? do do. 83} ? do ?1 <t Hud. f V 1? M,n g. * do do.sld, JWH150 do do. ? ?5 do d? . oert *k'051j 2j do do.cash -2.,, I do do'..??? W d-CVon Co. g ? or, Command Bank... W? ? d" do. at; it dt, do .?3d? :?*] 50 do do.blOdi 25 do Farmers Trust. 70*1 45 do do.bnwk III, 40 do Vick?t?urr.2 j '?' ??> d'.I>15d? '.Mi 6'. do Mohawk KR. G7i| 50 do do-. r:,-b 31 15 do do. C7}! 2-"' do do.s60da 311 50 do do.sl5d- c"l 50 do do. rr.-b 3?j 75 do do.slOds 67 I 53 d* do.?604* 34] 5 do do. 67J Nrranil Konrd. ?5 do Farmer'. Trust. 70j | 35 do U. S. Sank. 1-J Ceniureiciul and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 July 1841

Fror* the National InteUig' .-? c THE LATE MAJOR GEN, MACOMBi Wc Have a melancholy pleasure in transferring to nar colurnn-. the following Biography of Major General Ma onib, whose Funeral is thU day to be inrecdj [a whose-dedth thie city has to ovum the decease of a ?irtocms f-.nri beloved fellow-citizen, and in whom the Nation lamea? the Joss of diedisiroguWhcd and gallant Coanaander of it- Military forces. Major General Alexander Macomb wris bora a: Detroit. April 3, 17S2. The city of Detroit, at that thw ? was a gar? rison town, and among the first images that stru :k pis ryes rcere th?se of the rtrewnstavxes of war. Tis.v ear.;, sm rrroosioni often fix the character of lbe man. , His father was a fur merchant, reliably descended, and ccemected. He removed to the city o? ISew-J ?* "?.?? exander was a:, infant. When be was eight years pi age, he placed him at school er Newark, in NV.v-J>.* y. under the charge of the Reverend Doctor Ogdcn, who ^ amas of mind, faf?n?ng to a fami...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 July 1841

BY HORACE GREELE Y. price oars cewt. THE SBW-YORa TRIB?NE Will b> pnblubed .very Doming, (Sundays excepted at No. -to Ann^treet, New-York, jjnd delivered to City Subscribers for ?>n?- On I per copy, iliii Subscribers, S? per annum in advance: otherwise |5. TO TiiT ADVERTISING PUBLIC. Ia the hope of securing a wid? nod general Advertising patronage ijgfcvar* of our friends will be inserted til! further notice at the f": lowiar reduced m-.e.. viz: r^i each AiivrnTHEMivT or Tea line* "r''"' over si?), 6>sl insertion. 50 eta. Pe. for each subsequent insertion. Dafor.Hix insertions, or one week .M Paler Twenty-five insertions, or one month.OO Longer Adverti-vintsutt it squally favor--''!" rate-. ^ For Five lines, half the above rate-; Two line., one-fourth o. gesente-?payable in all cases in advani a. _ T H E T R I B T N E . 'NEW-YORK, FltiDAY MUliSlSC. JlFLY 2, V.U. Correspondence of The Tribune. I n. ?. Wednesday, June 29, ISIL ?urCountv this sonson thus fur has been remarkabl...

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

T 11 E T K I B ? N E. NEWiTORK, FRIDAY MORNING,JULY 2. ITT "A Constant R'-a-ier"' a-k- wby.we do not publish more of ? Barnst.y Rudr*--' We answer?Simply beesuse iher? i- r.-? more in lie Country. Would be have <??? make sonn Thk Bx5KRKPt Lxw.?The Globe of Tuesday evening betrav*. the game of Loco-FocoUrn on tho subject of the Ge? neral Bankrupt Law. Its aim is to kil! the measure by a ?dexterous use of the question of including Carporations. If I Corporations /ire included, then Galboun, Own. Clay tt Co. will make a furious outer.- again.-* 'crosbwis the State Sovi leigntic?.'' putting the States op ar aaedoo,' Szc If Corpo? rations are wf suhjocted to its provisions th<-n Wright, Pcrrv Sositb, JugeTsoH, etc. will declaim against Whig partiality to CorjK)mtion8. privileged orders, nnd all that Either way. the mass of the L^co-Focos will have an excuse fot voting down the bill, which S all they wnnt. In view of this policy, ,1 ??! int?lliC"Dt IHend if" 'I'" House wrifi* us ti....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 July 1841

MONKV MARKET. Hair* at the ?lock Exchrtuxe. J"1? ?? ?on in .in Kk of Com. 1G4 ? a?u.&B.?fc. eirg * . 5, * Jo,TJ U 100 do do.bC0d. t-j S5 ?1? ^V."i" tf? 30 do do.s3ds 67 ? do Del* Hud .... . 05 " g v , R . M 3 ?<> *>1?! M do llarkm.s30d 35 3 d" ??|05 ?!*) do do..*kls 23 ? do ?"f^j' |05l 125 do da.cash 25 jng do d?......--???? 0,;, -g (lo (l?.b30d^ 85) .jo d? tferchanu Br---^ |* ,? j0 Canton Co.cash Mi 145 do N A Trust.1M ^ ^. ,{J toe do do.gjl 05 rfo d0.cuh |*.*3da 8*i 35 do do. *ilj oI.'k!- *i: 75 do do. J'.' . eil :<? do do. 75 do d" 75 do do.. ?jo do do Second lionrd. ?snare. Deli Hud ...vfcN 1044. 25 do N A Tn ,vj do do.bfcXWl 195 50 do do. 85 do do.. 23 do Harlem.this < eirjiiieri iul anil Money .Tlnttera. - Thursday. P. M. Stockt again fell off*to-day, and the amount of sale war compara rivelyinadL V.S.Bank declined ;, Delaware & Hiid?on l, X. Am. Tiu't i. Canton 'to . Harb in ., fjifStateStocki the following sales were made : 3|S0O:Caaa!<Five?, 1858. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 July 1841

Udlers from U)c_ flicbittrrar.cji:. UV AN AMERICAN LAUT. :~M.M?*oec?. 1341. Ai.zf.la is a ?h?rt day's ride from 1 si per. in a J direct it.n. and prettily situated on th.a-board. Like n place in the Empire of the least con^uencey it is sur rourided bv ?all-. It contain- but one hundred and tiny ,le to sustain, much loss create. It would not betau ?W.as is *e fashion with some, this afluence of I he Mabomctan faith: for after ?^"""?e rat-on in which the reaction r.f Roman ?>nq.ttjiit ration in wmcu wo ? active renovation Mauritania, the first durable and acu ,. ,m ber Mode? rulers. When Arab* gave Eurnp , , i i?,?. I,.. ??'?! Astronomy, the r\ and improved ncr known ? - - .' , r*u~^tians in courage, re tin em en I ^weresurmnort- ?Og? ? Pa^ ?uad Cb - ?d science. bgypA^IadJ^Ser different and opposing tan. have, each in tneir tum, . ... , ? 1 T, dhrions, been the centre and temple of civilization. I he raunoed by ? houses at present, and most oftb.are old oi small, inert] was a neate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 July 1841

BY l/OK ACE (iREELEY. PRICE 0\E CENT. THE KEW-fORI TRIBUNE . tViM b? rub?flieJ av-ry morning, .'Sundays excepted at No. 30 Anr.--tr.et. New-York, And delivered to Cay Sub-criLe-r- fur One ( tul per i (| p. Sail Subscribers, *4 per nmium hi advance: o'.ii'rn;'..' $0. TO THE ADVERTISING PUBLIC. lr. Ute hope < if steering a wi<l- wet general Advertising patronage ibe favors of o.ir fr?ei;.K mil he inaerted till further notice it tk* fol iownig weooed rate?, vi/.: POR bach ADVERTISEMENT '<t Test Jiae* or los? (over kmc), first inacrtioa. ct" Da. fur eai h sirfi-eijU' iit m-eruoii. f** Do. for Mix insertions, or oae week.**** Da for Twenty-five iusoitious, or wi' month.S3 <rO Langer AdvertiiMmeota at equally fcvecsMs rates, for Five lines, h df the above rates; Two Rocs, one-fourth o. ta?i?e rate??payable in ill r:i?e.? in advance. T H E T R l ? ? N E . NEW-VORK, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY :. KM 1 Thi: Wkatheh am? in?: Chops.?Our exchange, f yes terdny bring uj lite following ite...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 July 1841

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK. SATURDAY MORNING. .11 LY 3. 1841. JC/' Th?- i i!iri?.tir effusioa of ' h. T. W uJmirmule in -?ntrrvnl. bot very fault) n pxprrs ? ion. We tki i? ? I I i ? r?ert e it. '-Reo Do.,' Banking.?We tsced not say at ihii day that we a * friendly to l'.anr,:.-.?. and of course t<> solvent, honest, well-managed Bank- We are friendly also W-the largest iil.'-.-. in Banking which is cornriitent wi?i the p*1"" feet -ecur.-; of the bill-holder from loss or depreciation, la 137, oui attention was called to the plan of Free Banking ci der a G. rwral Law, the issues to he secured by a deposit ofPublic Stocks with the State: aad, upon consideration, we gave ? is plan a hearty approval. We were in Albany through the -'-isuing winter, and from first tu last gave what e-.-t fofwea - we possessed, with twrbest exertions, in favor of the passage of the General.Banking Law. We have neve, seen tause to re-rrot this eon.-, but retrain warmly favorable to that law. not a* y* perfe...

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

MONE Y _MAKKET. Mrs4.es. at Ihr Hlock KxehnnK*". Jaly 2. .. r. ? t 1-11 05 ?? do.?3 dyi .'.| 5? doU.&Bt?k.. ? ? ? Bo. &ProvR..b3 95 ?<? <-> f" '? f, I doNJRRoud. 90 S <: 8 | * g. % t t.n& ii1? ?^-^t? a i: Sn*m....1%Vh,pTv.15. ir " . . (Mil 25 doLMRRd. 5v?J *! "?10ti' IU Jo Canton Co. 34} U do St:?"*??* 85i 50 do -o.UM* 33 loVdo^ATrU-.WOd W do do J-dJOds 35 d, d?. S|l 85 dj d-.ne\t wk 34, MO dj <???.I*60d? **<): S3 do do. .Od. 34J do.?3ds Si 50 do do.cash 3lj ?? do do. V 5-J do do.t?Td? P5 I? do Mohawk KR. ??" I 25 do do...ra-h 35 ijj do Pater.-on. 51 1 do do.?.?d< 35 Nrrond Eionrd, 15 ..i..- Dill. 103-JI 25 share* N ATrusI ...blO 84 15 j> d.slOds lo:;r < ouiuicn? 5is I aar! .Hoary ."?I a t ter*. Friday, P. M. Th- soles ?' "be board to-day <-.-re doi cAt and ;.o variations of u-po-taiice occurred. U S Rank was without chat z<-. Del A Had deebaed j: N A Trust improved i; Canto;. Co .. Harlem ;. Th? sales of State Stocks were to considerable...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 July 1841

?itcrorn. The annual conimen <::.??.: oi Dartmouth Golle?< ?? .r oa Thursday the 29th~ ofthe present month. Th* ? ?: aricr be/ore the Literary Societies i- :o be deliver ??" ?/? the by Prot". Tatler Li rrs, the University : .- in ? From his high reputati ...- a ? i olor ami writer, and frm the character of the ihenv we ndcrstsnd lie has b. tve anticipate an address abounding in lofry and nrotouad of mar's dignity and destiny, and of great practical with regard the doli*? at)-; respons bili: es ??' p"' : men. The Exercises of Commetjcement at Union College are be celebrated on Wednesday the 28th The <:-.....? before the Literary Societies profflfc* ? he of brilliant and extraordinary exceOenxe Ik" bet?re the Phi Beta Kappa Society is to be delivered byGeokgi Bascroft, oi Bo* -on, and the others by Hon. B. F: BcTXJtr: at : V. ? Kit sr. Esq. of this city. The Commencement .v. the University ?>: Verm in; ? .. - or. Wednesday the 4th ot \ tgast As we i ave already an mmnced^t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 July 1841

W#1iil1 ilftT? Prirt tttf"If# [J Y IIOR A C K It V, V. L K V. ? I de.ire you to under?tnnd the true i>rin<i?!e? of the O.oreraaieut. I vri?h them carried oni?-I n-h ncthin-i more."- EbzM* ?. O F F i C E N 0. 3 0 A X N - S T. PKICB OSE CENT. _______ *E_.'?^_.*^?^Q\I)AV, JVLY >, 1313. VOL. I. SO. 71. TUE NEW-V?RK TRIBGNE :rVl!l b6 published ?rery morning, (.Sundays excepted a! No. .10 Ann-street, New-York, lad dnlircred to City Subscribers for One Cesit per copy. MeJI Suhscribere, $1 per annum in advance : otherwise $3. to the; advertising public. b'the hope of securing a wide end general Advertising patronage thefSvenef ourfrienda win be inserted till further notice at the fol? lowing reduced rate?, viz : FOR r.ACIt AIiTRRTISKMrNT OF feat lines or less (over sis), first insertion. ???? cts. Do. hr each sahsequeat insertion. " [?.fnrNix insertions, or one reek.30 p*/?r Tucnly-livc insertions, or one mouth.?3 0<* Longer Advertisements at equally IhvoraWe rates, for Five lin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 July 1841

THE T R I B Y X E. NEW-YORK. MONDAY MORNING. J'LY 5, 1841 XT For two columns of* f.eneriil IntrIligiT.ru, net Fin* Page. m tr For Kiminbont Eicnr-ioni, Flrs-worlia, Are. t?-nKT, ?fr laust column of Fir?t Page. ET For a carefully corrected Bank "Vote Table M? Last Page .li?o. a Letter from Spain. V This Day belt [ iniverssllyTeicbrsieH t,, ta? f?i?ty-SiXtb Ana? versary of the Molina's Iad-pendence, we shall, is order that our Mires and aasislaati may participate in that celebration, baut? na paper To-morrow. _ m TT The Post Office in aar City ?ill open at 7j n'docjii ?"u m ' sag, and olose at IS o'clock W. The Mails rlose at 1 o rloek. ? ?Oer Washington lettercontaining Tbnriday'* ConV?T.?-? kept from... by a blunder i? th- W a.b.?;ton 1Post MeVfin not putui.g U id the Editors' Mall) until uo late fcr SatUr stay's paper. It ?1I1 lie found on on* first page ?A Looker-on .? Goth,,- "Is mf??^ ?bat had r^hin, to do .Ut advertising for not*, of the Manufacturers Bank of I Utertwe doint bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 July 1841

r-~ anbbntli School No. 58, attached to Dr. Pations Church ..pri??'S* ' uercfsw will consist ul the nuginrol patriotic bytUAi 2meV>*d -it'l. rJi ???> ^dresses, adapted to the uo laiou ? h. rtia school IM obj?? is towitMraw children ami .t.ier. from 1 , " .i.-. nf the. streets and t? encourage u snore rational, in S??, e itt **' T'- ???"* ? r^r^ctMl, ? - "luv, Jnlv ?? Citizen? i??t?l sirtinaera ?=> '?>?? Oity on M n day, .1 sis who are to? ?her? of Temperance SocJouea, am respectfully ^/to ,oinio'th-T.-rnp.-ian.- Cesehmtioii on that day. ^They will ll?L JZ.,., Washington Temrseranc* Hall, corner oi U hue and I . . -ret. ai 18 ftVloek M. of thai dav. By order of i!.<- Pom So^fArrMgeiaeats, [jy3SJ E. F. COREY, ftee'r. j-r 71. imlae'" Chestp Dr> <-ooiU Stor?\ 122 Grand -i btt?cta Broadway and Crosby si. New rieh style printed Lawn, and Mania- ?? remarkable low prices. At-<> Hosiery as.I (Hove. ?i ry cheap. jy2 lm ? Packlafe Exprcsm has been established between...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 July 1841

i - - ???????!????! ??? _J, Trotti T!i? New-Yorker. Uettecs from the lUcbilcrraucan. F!V KS AMERICAN LADT. No. XI. rAr,iz. April; 1-1?. Instead of ffd'.njr to tho Moorish. Court and trying to |<lay tue amiable and r<---r?cctful in the presence of the Imperial '1 Iger, I am in this mo?! loyal and Catholic city of Cadiz ? My visit will hot bo lone but I am resolved to make them--: '>t it, and am as full of busy idleness as it is possible t<< tma t'lne. A day spent in visiting some excellent public insotu ? Sii -a rt* closed by a Walk on the Plaza San Ant?nm. a fashionable and thronged promenade. What a contrasl tu?' - pin-e, animated by rh<* presence of hundreds of women v. ith fares shaded, not veiTi ?!. by the light folds of the gra.-< : .: mantilla and attended by well-dressed men. ..tiered 10 the narrow dirty streets of the .'lull Moorish town-, whore, ml led in their haiques, the inhabitants scarcely deign to bestow a look on the passer by.' At the. Snt sTIan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 July 1841

BY HORACE G R E E L E Y. PRICE OttE CENT. TBE NEW-YORE TRIBUNE (? published ?very morning, at No. 30 Ana-street, New-York, i.-U delivered to City Sabacriberi for I iNK CENT per copy. Mai! Subscribers, $* per annum in advnr.ee : otherwiae TERMS 01 aDVKRTISIHC .. FOR FACH SDVFJtTIJRMENT Of ft? line, or Ii -? h\t msc,. first insertion. HO Cta. po. (or each "irl)'ei|ueot Misertion. 35 " Do. for Mix insertions, or one week,.?1 50 Do. for Twenty-flr* insertion*, or one mouth.S5 O? Laager Advertisementi at equally favorable rates. For Five lines. bn!f the akove rate., Two lines, one.fourth of rrese rate*?payable in ?II cases in advance. T HE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUL\ 7. \\ ESI PotST Af Ai'J MV.?The last National Intelligencer contains the Report of the Board ?f Visijers for lf:41 to the Military Academy at West Point?Com. Charles Stewart President, and C. B. Haddock, Esq. Secretary?dated West Point, June 21st. It fills nearly four columns of the Intelli? gencer; we must pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 July 1841

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY IT We publish tin* ntorning, in iidsancsi of any other paper in the country, a new Part of Baknasv BCDCE, received by 01 in the Bri? tannia. We have another in hand, which we ?hall publi.-h a? k*n a* are can make room for it?probably on Saturday. XT An interesting orirmal letter from Vienna?the first of n ofctbservaUoaa on the Continent?? crowded out today, but will ap pear in our next. _ haatrd. Agent- for The Tribune in Saratoga, Rluneberk, P*'k" ii and Whitehall. N. V. Apply to EL ti. Dagceos, "< ??" P0"** ItiU and t '.:i ottice. Thf Celebration on Monday went orT with much rational hilarity and with less drunkenness and fighting, though with Muite as much confusion, as usual on such occasions. The Booths swarmod around the Park, and liquor was v.-ry gen . rally sole! in them ; but threneh the day we saw very few ? ases of grass intoxication. The only fight we saw was at ibe corner of Ann and Nassau-Streets, as we were coining to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 July 1841

MA RINK UFT. PORT OF NF.W-VORK. Jl'LY 7. 1WI. .4 lit! I MOWN slts-.'J 43 .1 sei I men water...10 59 latest advicb5. Urtrpo?l- Jljnf lf>- 1 Ha're" ,"<l'rr,:S'J'""' _4' 1 N ?rle!,n,? J"n" -'? CLEARED. John Panne Young, Antwerp, E. D. HUlbert & Co; Pat ,k M?rv.lVlm... Liverpool, GnBaeli, Mint.? & Co. i> ?iinc >la?on Maynquez,9 W. Lewi*. 5&f CMzeo. Drinkwater, Portland, Nesniith A- L. edi; Home., pjjiTaanton. Ma>?; Rosano, Taylor, St Domic** City, Fotler A .Sick*'*00- - AH RIVED. SjipT?Brrlane. Tbeobtld, Liverpool 42 ds, u. lze toM. Brown? 14?nP,"o7iuie^' Jark?on. Now Orl 15 ds, cotton to Scoit 4; HorreiL 5 j* ijeiWpotit, Ellis, Havana 10 d*. suir*rto SpoflTord A- Tileston. <Ti"> Ovar. Mason, Hamburg tri its, in bnlnut, bound to China, and tgsnoOl* W ? Wh.tmore. Br b?rk Jar?"?. Stuart, -, Turks Island 14 days, salt to J&o L?*?i?rk Ormii. Crown, P.ri-'.ol 44 ds, nidzc toj tT Window?141 ^?aniihip N*w T?rk, Wright, NOrl June '?>, via k? West and TO j...

Publication Title: New-York Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 July 1841

Ii A It N A V> Y II ? D (; E. 3 >'cto egcvrft lin 33o;. CirAPTER xxxnt ')%?>: wintry evening;, early in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty,* keen North wind arose as it grew dark, and mgbt came on with black and dismnl look's. A bitter ?torro of sleet, sharp, dense and icy-cold, swept the wet streets, and" rattled on the trembling window.. Sigrt-hoard*, shaken pa?t endurance in their creaking frame., fell crashing on the pavement; old tottering chimney', reeled and -.tapered in the blast: and many a steeple rocked again that night, a? though the earth wen-troubled. It was not a time for those who could by any means gel lischt and warmth, to brave the fury of the weather. In cot fee-houses of the better sort. euest* crowded round the fire, forgot to be political, and told each other with a secret glad? ness that the blast grew fiercer every minute, hach bum? ble tavf-rn by tbe wnt.-r-side.hnd its group ni uncouth figures round the hearth ; who talked ...

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