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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 July 1841

BY HORACE GREELEY. PRICE 0.\E CENT. THE SEW-YORR TRIBUNE published every morning, at No.30 Ann-street, New-York, jtt delivered to City Subscriber" for ONE CENT per copy. AI ail Subscribers, $! per annum in advance : otherwise $3 TKRMs ur ADVERTISING_FOR EACH ADVERTISEMENT Of Ten noe?or Cover si*), first insertioa.-. HO ct?. pa. (or each ?ubscHueut insertion. 99 " pa. for Wx tosertions, or one week.$1 50 no. ft>r T wen ty-fl ve insertions, or one nontb.S3 OO Loafer Advertisenwats ?? equally favorable rates. For Five''ties, half the above rates; Two lines, one-fourth of ise" rate*?parable in all C4o.es in advance. " Til E TRI BUXE, NEW-YORK, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 8. Cater from Perl.?By an arrival ut Baltimore, the | Journal of Commerce lias received Lima papers to the 1st j jf May, and a letter dated the Gtb. The revolution cern ar-awd by Gen. Vivanco, having for its object die overthrow ^President Gamarrus administration, has been suppressed, ?mJ Vivanco has tied to Bolivia. A de...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 July 1841

T HE T R I B F X E. Nr.'.V.YORK. THPRSDAY MORNING. .H'LY ::. 1841. For an interesting Letter from Virnnn, al>onii ncconntof ihe < oninion School" ofJVew-JKn;lnnd. oee Inol u.i^t. For important New? from Fern, C'rop?. Tem? perance, ,'..<?. ????? iir,i fronted. Attain for Tin- Tribune in Saratoga. Rbinel-cch. p"li* kill and Whitehall, N. V. Apply to IL G. Dacci as, in the pubnea lion office. JOT Wanted, an efficient Canvasser to procure lobteriberi for a popular periodical. Apply to H. H. Daccxks, So. 30 Aan-st Affa:;:- at Washisotos.?We trust out readers are not of that groaning, gnnnbltng, desptdring sort of \\ atgs w ho, Whenever every thing does not go just as they wish, give all'up as lost and sweat they will never %o.o again. For that class of patriots wc can think of no fitting argument but a cudgeL Th<". arc the worst dead-weight that over hung heavily npon the rear of any party. When we are out of pow er, they go about croaking that it is *f no use to try to get ;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 July 1841

MARINE LIST. PORT OF NEW-YORK, JULY B. 1841. .4 37 '. mown iETI. 10 06 ?r" ; 23 I Hir.H UsTKR .11 03? ?CT*._-_ '-'- LA.TF1T ADV1CKS. Liverpool. Jun- 1? I Havre, indirect. June 14. j N Orleans. June 25. CLKAB.GO. ?hi->? A'fo. saibony. Havre. W Whitlock. jr.; La FayeUe, Elle r* Ctuli. Ceo c? ton ;' Orient. Bailey. Richmond, Va., W W Pr.itt. S?e bark ancsl.a. Boyeasco, Stellen, Boorman. Johnson A Co: gic bar'. Peaeiope, Cnfie'?. Naples, Tl.o Mareen. Brie Lad? of in* Lake. Young, Demerara, Middlelon A Co; Norwe (ianhrit Haaleel, Jorga?cn, Hamborg, D H Schmidt A Son. Sehr VVofcott, Souiland, Boston. aaatveo. ?bip Celts, Th.'itrher, 6 days from Savannah, cotton, to Scott A MerroP. gr;r Maty Bearsc. 12 days from St Domingo, Wood, A.c., to A C go?-aire A Co. Bn- Choctatn. Flitner, 29 days from Gambia, Africa, hnlc?, Ac, to ordc- , _ Br ? Madison. Xieho.s. 7 days from Savannah, cotton, Ac., to Stur trt & Cleanaan. Ship. (Vita,Thatcher,Savannah 6 if, cotton to Scott A Morrell. ? lip Eu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 July 1841

For The Tribune. (fnroucnn Correspondence. Vie>>a. Monday. May 34th, 1841. Dear Sir : From the above you will see I have reached the Austrian Capital, where I have been flourishing now for j'ome two week.-. Before saying- any thing of V ;enna, and to have thinrz-i in their proper order, I will first give you a little outline of my rout>- from Rome hither. I left Rome at 1 ocl?-k, P. M. of Thursday, the 22d in the Diligence for Ancona, where we arrived at 9 o clock <>n the Sanrrday evening following?56 hours on the route On the road, like a good Christian. I did not foil to pay my respects to ' our Lady of Loretto.' ' The Santa CW or house <?f Virgin, said to have been miraculously tretiiworted bj an? gels from Nazauth, and the <d.ject of so much veneration by all true Catholics, is a small, oblong building, of one story in ?ight, containing one chamber only, some 20 feet by 30 in length and about 15 er 20 fa hipht, and rudely constructed of brick nnd stones mixe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 July 1841

BY HORACE GREELEY. PRICE OtfE CENT. THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ,-jHUhed svery morninj?, at No.30Ann-street,New-York, [ 4aehvrrsd to City 8abacriberi for ONE CENT per copy. Mai] Imcribrr".$4 Vr aaauct id advance: otherwise ?.', rt*?s or advertising? roa. fach advertisement of fn or less (over sax), f.rst insertion. SO CU. . ??cJi.?irtis?o>icnt hi?rtion. 'J5 ?* J vlr^HiX insertions, or one week,.91 SO v for Twenty-five insertions, or one month.!*5 O? L*w*er Advertisements at equally favorable rates. pjTrhns.?. half the above rate?; Two lino*, one.fourth of i e?; ratas?P*"?0'" all cases in advance. T E TRIBUNE, ^tu'-VORK, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 1841 Cjujs Calumny.?We have observed statements ??>in? ..^?sands of the Loco-Foco journals that the new Admin hns incroB.-ed the hours of labor in the Navy \ ards, ?e PubKe Work?, &c. from ten to twelve or more hours ,Tay. The Huston Morning Post has taken the lead in jsjrting them. In addition to these, a late number of jasper contains the fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 July 1841

T H E T R I B TT N E NEW-YORK, 1 RJDAY MORNING, JVLY 9, 1841 ? For two new f h.-. ot- r- of Rnrnnby Radge. Ch? J.iM r?'<?-ii,?J in this, country, tee In?t pnijo. "r"." For morf lhan n column of Editorial nnd oiher natter, llr?t piu'r. Worfrrf, Agents for Th-- Tril.une in Saratoga, Rhineberk, P'?^? klll and Whitehall, X. V. Apply to IL 0. Dacottns, in the peouea. tioo o?re. ET Wanted, ?.n emn*Mt Cani**?er to procure subscribers for a popular p'nodie&l. Apply to H. G. Daicpr?. No. 3" Ann--u LaSD Ho '?We congTatnlate the country on die rn^-i?rc of the Land Distribution bill through th?r House of Repre ?entatircj. We regard this a. emphatically the great mea? sure of the Sessi,..-,. The subject hns now been ten yetir before Congress and the People. .Mr. Clay introduced the first bid embodying the principle in 1832. It then passed both branches of a Jackson Congress by lanro majorities but was arrested by the arbitrary Wto. In 1836 a bill ef fecTir," this puq<o<u? substantia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 July 1841

MONEY MARKET. ?a|ca at Ihr ?tocli Exchange, July 8. ..-.f SB?Bk...r>3rvl? l?i too do fio jo .....h30di 18* 10 do do I t?x 100 do do.bn?k Si Si * * do."".o...h )H urn do do. e? 50 do".'.. ..s30d* 18} 35 do do. 61 ]X ? do do Bk of Com. 97, 53 ?? riwli ? doMohiiwk .binds 69 TJ ? do.'""...' ?M? ? 1 :W' Ho d0 . 69 30 ? do " ca?h 1? 1 10 do.VJRRoad. -2; 3 j.?lud? 18} od do Htoniagton. 32 g 5 "o....cath 10 / 50 do do... 33* 5 5? do .... -b30dys lei .V? do Harlem RR. 261 * f . li?6 190 do do. 26 g Jo do!.'.'. |05i[100 do do.s30d 26 ao ?60ds 1U.H| SO do do. 2fii ? ? Mechanics' Bk. ?7 20 do AnbeVSyraRR.... SO < do Bank of Amer.... 104 I 10 do Cnnton Co.hl Od 35 1 do Bk of Swte .V V.... ?3t! SO do do.r.bind 33 ,5 So N A Trust. Ml? dn do. ,15d. 35 W dO 80. ^' ?second Board. Del A' Hud... ?3d* 10">s? 2"> Jo do. Si IU do 50 do do. . 1?SJ 5*1 do Harlem .s3<lds 2*1 105? 80 do do.'.. 26 do N A Tru?t. f: 3.. doNJRRoad.*3d SO do do!..?10d? e?l 10 <Sj AubASvra. 91 _ }0 do.*15d? S . 5"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 July 1841

ff? Iii tmBSSBSSBSSBSBSSSBBt I WRONG NOT THE LABORING POOR! bv BICXrZCJt elliott, OY Slir.FFtnt.t'i, england. . WP.ONc. not tue labfirir.-.' poor by whom ye Jive! Wrong not your humble feliow-worms, ye proud ! For Gcxi will not the poor man-? wrong!- ioreiv.-, But hear his plea, and have his plea allowed. ? be not like the vapors, splendor roll'd. That. sprung from earth'* jreen breast, usurp the -ky, Then spread around contagion blaek and cold, Tdl all wno mourn the dead prepare to die ! No' imitate the bounteous clouds, that ri.*e. Freighted with bliss, from river, vale, and plain. The thankful clouds, that beautify the ?kies, Then tili the lap of earth with fruit and grain. Yes! emulate the monntain and the flood, That trade in hles-rlngs v.ith the mighty deep ' Till ?4>orned to peace, and satisfied with good, Man's heart be happy a- a child asleep. BA RNA BY K CT?G E. CHAPTER XXXV. When John Willct saw that the horsemen wheeled smart!} ronad and drew up three abreast in the n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 July 1841

BY HO RA C E GREELE Y. PRICE ONE CENT. THE NEW-TORS TRIBUNE i.gablithed every mnriiinc, at No.30Ann-street,New-York, aid delivered ft. fity Seb-cribers for ONE CENT par copy. Mad Sub<ribers, 1-1 per annum in advance : otherwise TERMS or ADVERTISING-VOR EACH ADVE-RTISEMENT OF Yen irw*or leas (orer si?), firat insertion. CO cts. -)o.(oreMh ' - ?f?i?''nl insertion. 'J5 " fig. for Mix insertion., or one week,.?I SO oZ for Tweoty-flvc inaertiona, or ?ue month.?5 ?O l,?orer Advertisements nt equally favorable rate?. F..r Firebars, half ihe above rates; Two fines, one-fourth of ikssf rat??payable in all ca?es in advance. THE TRIBUNE. I o I , NEW-YORK, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 10, [MU FR? TRADE.?The F.r.nir.^ Pott, in attempting to iirer a R' j.ort from the American Institute, has distinctly uxi unequivocally takes the ground that it would be the true policy of the U. States to remain entirely passive sufferers snrler the restrictions and prohibit ions of other nations i -that our ports sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 July 1841

;l [iE TRIB?NE. rW-YORK. SATURDAY MORNING. J?LV 10. IS?. Poi a carefnltj corrected Bank Note List, oee pace. Wanted, Agents for The TriUui!- iu Saratoga, Rbio-lf'h. Peek? rl WhrUbidt, N- Y. Apply to H.?. Dago?*?? tie PubilC*" ti.T, utlice. TT Wanted, nn efficient Canvasser to procure rabwriDeri for ? I i rulw p. riod* >L Apply to H. G. DaccE**, > ?*> Anu-.t. .-We trust the rooii inveterate Whir: croaker ?- prepared to admit thatCongre*.ha* tin- week done some riiag fpi the country, and manifested a determination to urge forward tbe public busine?? as rapidly as i? consistent with < refu] dt liberation and free discussion. The two amend m ? ?- to tiif Rules of theUousc are tliem?elve? of incalcula? ble value. Tbe ono first effected does away henceforth the rowdy scenes, the exhausting, demoralizing struggle, hitherto enacted under the title of " -i,tine out the dehnt"." I'nder tbe former Ru ??. when abill c;nt into Committee of the Whole it could never be got out again so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 July 1841

MOjn??' PAUKET. w|(.n:ti.r Wo? h Kxchnai;*. ?.*!> ?. '..j.,.. ,.,?. 10 I SS dr. H ).WOd 105 *-r!2 ; ????? <-? *>.&m Jj d0 io 10 do do.?3d? KWJ 1? <? ?IU I3j 83 do do.i3di 104} 1? *> ??iglittH) .'o <!o.i?0d>? UM? K? <!0 r?,.';.!, |9 80 d? do .s30d ll.S 1? *? J?"|0i |3 ,!0 IIa ik of Anur_ 104 ?fi (n ' 'caVh i0 10 do Bk of tarn ....scrip 97J t? ?0 S?I?:1 .lo Vicksburg. 5} * io'V.".c?h I? 50 -lo u..b60di C 0 <? j? ' '83 50 do Fatersoa It R. 511 * ?? (30da 181r 50 do Stoningion. 32t c ih 18}] 75 do do.blOdys 33 '2 .c.ih 18} 73 * ^ .,.1'kb 181 50 -!o J.s.w. 33 !? Y Jo ( nh 'S 1"'-' do Harlem.bOOda 2fi 1? *? . . 1-} 250 .io . 25j * "/? do 7...<??..!. 1", 24 doLlslRRd. 52, So S A Trust. ? cash - 50 do do.bind. .'2} So do . 5 do Mohawk RR. 68} 4'> do do. 84! 23 do do.bt.Vls ?3 100 do do slPils D ?0 d., do.cash 631 50 do (jo..*.'(,!* t 53 do Canton Co.bnw !13 rt ja do .cash "?? 25 do do. 33 ?j d?Deir*HBd.^3d 105 j 85 do do.vlods 33 Second Hoard. m J0t>!...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 July 1841

&??? ?'".mmmmmtma^ ""'J l!*!!!^'lL^l^llgI!i'-?-^'^'-,* For ri'. Tribune. (European Correspondence. Yifnna. Monday, May 24th, It 11. Th'-re are to " sight*" in Trieste, and a person not brought bither by ie-sineis. will perhap- not find much to arrest h:s attention ; although I had no letters, yet the 4 or 5 days I remained there I spent very ple.asar.tiy. Soon after ray ar? rival, according to my general rale; I railed upon the Ameri? can Consul, Mr. Mooke, from whom I received all the at? tention he had time to bestow ; was introdtieed to bis family. A c, ??d attended a little Sain c given at hi* bou=e one ev. - I . On Otis occasion, the ordinary conversation oi the ? .. ning was conducted in at len?t siv different language--, at. i th o eh a young English gentleman whom I bad met in i. .me. and 'who had come with me from Ancona, I was in? troduced to seven.: merchants, resident* of Trieste, with v horn v.- dined (and capital dinners they ga-.e us too.) I was introduced bv them...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 July 1841

by horace greeley. il j deaire TOa to nnderntniid the true principle* of the Gorerunnent. I winh them carried ont?I tx-k nothing more."-BLturtson. office ivo. s o \ \ \ - s r PXICK O^E ?E\T. NEW-YORK. ^IO\D4V wOK\IXG. JULY 13. 1341. VOL. I. !fO. 79. TUE NEW-YORI TRI?L.NE ;? aablisb<*il every morriin?. al \n. rV' Anx-stroet. New-York, '' ,-d deiner ?J toi'ity Suh-cnl>e-. for ONE CENT l-or copy. Mail $jb*c/ibers. $1 per awiu.!, ,u aAnnce : otherwise |o TUM? O?' ?D?*TI*lX&..-.roB. EACH ADVERTISEMENT Or ?rn tutet ?r lew Cor er n?), rtrst insertion. 3? cts. y ffffJi ittheeesent.uniertion. SI3 " - .i% ii ? ? -r. ? oek,.r?l 50 - / H; T??ii!'-1v* in-.-r:i-?:-. t.r *ne mouth.t*3 OO Umrer Advcrti-Miu-nL- at equally favorisble rates. I r fire fiae?. ktlf the above rates; Two noes, oiw-fourtii of t??se nf*~p??l!jl''1,1 ?" eases in advance. "TTf E~T R I B ? N E 7^ .NEW-VOKK. MONDAY MORNING, JI'LY 1-'. 18-11. Gi.vKK.tr. li a n k k i i't Law.?We have seen a lithograph Aletter signed by s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 July 1841

T B E TRIB?NE. ? . \ ??? -<K. MONDAY . OfLVTNG JCLY 12, 1841. r or Edi!nria>m *a the v't crra! il.t tilsj-np Luv?. ?V'-. ?<??? .:?-?t wny . ?'''-?'?'' -??nts f r Th< Tribun? in Saratoga, KMaeb-'V. Peeks * Whitehall," X. Y. Apply to IL. <i. Oaggcrs, in the publica tion -iftjco. IT Wanted, an eftirieut (.'anr??"r in prvnr? ?uWi.b-r? for >uUr |ir-r.odn.aL Apply to R, <i. I? ? uuKks, .No. 30 Ann*at. IkT We entreat every roarl^r to inako hir.svlf fa.-aiiw" th - provision.-of the Laso Distich:'tion Bill, which ?{ pi ir. ot, tue laal page of this paper. IVc regard this plea? sure ru of greater permanent, enduring vali,f" than any outer ? the Session. If it bad become a haw "> lC3i?a.- it would ha- e done but for Gen. Jackson's Veto?it would hax* saved cm country in great degree fr?re Bxptuxtnon of 1835-6, ai d the years of Contraction, D-stres? and Ruin which have foil ,\\ ? It would have saved the Credit of the States from f'r istrtstion ai it will wow contribute g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 July 1841

-?j Cajjiss War? Darin?; the five week* Mr. Fordom i officer Foster, appointed to destroy vagrant and unmuz *\ ^ have been engaged in their slaying operations. 1 ,ld then- assistants have killed CO dogs, of which 10 L? wer* mod?exhibiting perfect evidence of hydrapho . Qn Saturday Ia*t 21 dogs were killed before 7 o'clock. . Tostday of last week 4 men were bitten, in 22d street, ..aj Aveaue, by a large rabid dog?and a colored child Mtten in 22d street near 6th Avenue the week picvious, , lai'ed.ig belonging to the child's mother. Another ' ^tt, ajso bitten by a rabid Jog, in Attorney street, and if to be avprehended that some if not all of these unfortunates HU be attacked with and die of hydiaphebia. The dogs that ..'cted the bites were all destroyed. Much difficulty has yen thrown in the way of the officers and men by crowds of rile b"v? and by men and women also who have repeatedly a'tacked them, ?"d tried to get them mobbed. Some of ?, eJfl ? ,vc been arrested and sonfined; and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 July 1841

THE LAND ritt. :?? . the. fcifd Disteilrudoav.iKU (saVtaauaib ? ? ? httSertn krsovrh a, "Mr Clav?? Land led from the Land Colroottee.by Hon. Wn. c V,: Johnson, and which ha* passed in the House of Rcpre . .. : ? - ... ,, vot ? ?>: 1 16 to 108. It La* sine* been rc '?>..: >aitd referred to the appropriate Con* A BILL 11 ippronriale thr proceed* of ihc >alea of ihr pnbli- b>a-l-. i i pre-emption riebt-. ud ?>tite Senait and Houteof Representa he I nited State* of America in Contra a* ttf -.tt-r the ti/.-vfirst Jay ?f Derent..-. . .,? Lo.ci ?00 tiiou.-aiiit eight lumdn-i at:d .?> - e ? .. .. allowed and fai.! to each of the Stotcsol .. HHm -. Alaburrra, Missouri, .V:- wstpp ? and MX.ipja": o-' >' and above what ; . j, entitled to by tin- terras of die icced u t,> between ths m and the 1 nited .Matt.-.-. I ,, ? dm . ,jU into the I nion, the sum of ten per ; the nett proceeds of tin; sales of the public ?.:,set|u<-.at to toe day ui'oiv.-uiu, shall be tnadi ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 July 1841

BY HORACE GREELEY. PRICE 05 *vr. __iii>i n 11 ''" -uimiwi iB?BgnnnMmr?yaa "w v-mi m\\m :?;,::';: shed every morning, at No. 30 Ann-Ftreet, New-York a ,u delivered to City Subscriber* for UNK CENT [>er copy. 31 ai giibscribrrs. |4 per aatnwii in advance: otberwi?e )5 tekms or *DVEkTtstN6... roR r.xcn advkrtisrmemt or Xtn ww? "r lw" 'over sia). Sr?l insertion. Jjo cte. f)o. n>r each sirboeuucut fnser?ou. <J5 si Do. for nix insertions, or ono week.$] 50 Do. far Twrnlfflve iase rtions. or mie luotitli.!;S3 OU L?cger Advertisement* at equally favorable rate*. For Pive linns, kalf the above rates; Two linos, one-fourth of rttes? payable in all cases in advance. THE TRIBUNE, NEW-YORK, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1841. LiOHTM.sc.?It has been stated mat metuilic roof's nre a lururiem protection from lightning. This statement has re rently. in a very striking manner, been disproved. The Cot? ton House- at Hamburg. S. C. having a zinc roof, was struck oa the 11th ult., awl considerab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 July 1841

T H E TRIB?NE. KFAV-VQRK. TUESDAY MORXIING^JCLY 13, ML For Article* on I.i x-s t nine-el od?,The Tena pcrtirtcc SCeforua, Obwtmclin;; Kailrood?, etc., s*ce lirssl i-.il"? . For ji humorous ? Bean ^lo:?.' mt lauvf waif .ranted*. Agent* f.ir The Tribune in Swatt /a. Rhinebecki r'r,<" kill and Whitehall, N. V. Apply to It G. DAceans, in Um publica? tion office. ] - Wanted, nn elBcient Caova?scr to procure ?ubscrtliers. .or a poj ,i ,r ^ ri-MlK.i!. Apply to lift |M' ?>wS**'-*UM*'_ C?r*,:cT!o.n.-In the HTticio in our nut beaded ? Tub Casi>b ?\ Mr./-.rd?a Uwtead of Fedora, and that <?"> ?"-?- kilted GUI ?log? in? lead of*.. ;.s printed. BEWARE OF SWINDLERS! Gcokce Bur-v-i r.?. late Ncwem?? for this paper at Mira ha. ab , . , .?d Ii an. ?fi,,i'???!! rs wno jtaj tru.-ud aconded. owmg us over glev,???y ? , ., himtonVarlj or quite aa equal amounL II? baa ProlsaMy gone to Mi.-h -an ?Inn-.' k .??'?"? |J'' ,l,:'"T; 1 ?ho like to ace the beala <"i sot b i iiston-?rs Kill pleaao ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 July 1841

A LOST Man.?A man named William Aciums, who, uaa ii oting excursion in Louisiana, lost hi-* way in the cane brakes and swamps, gives an account ihroueli the newspa ^?rs of his wanderings and sufferings for fourteen days. ' He went out with a farty, and, straying off shot a deer, which he was bringing back on his shoulders, when he fell ja with the recent track of a panther. He followed this until |k came upon the animal, and then dropping the deer, he retired a few paces. The panther approached the dead, and then, at 2.> yards, Adams shot at him with his rifle, and ex ?ended him apparently dead on the ground. Reloading, he approached, when the animal revived and sadeofl"; he following from one canebtake to another, until jjg lest both himself and the panther. Abandon ing the pur? suit, he sought to retrace his steps, but in vain. He went from bad to worse, sometimes up to his waist in water, some? times in canebrakes of apparently boundless extent, without oat food, his ammunitio...

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. — 13 July 1841

A 5EA-SH0ELE ECHO. rv barky cokjcwall. I -ttand urion tie wild s?a ibore? I .-'.?? the screttning eagle soar? I hear the hungry Billows roar. And all around The hollow-answering caves outpour Their stores of sound. , The wind which moaneth on the waves. Delights me. and the surge that raves. Loud-talking of a thousand graves? A watery theme! Bot oh ! tiiose voices from the eaves S;-*a!c like a dream!, Tbey seem '? mg-lio^de-d?cavern bung? First uttered ere the world was young. Talking some strange eternal tongue Old an the "kies ! Their words unto the earth are flung; Yet w.'io replies ? Large answer* when the thunders speak Are blown from every bay an-i creek, Aud when the tiro tougUM tempests Speak The bright seas cry. And, when the seas their answer seek. The shores reply. But Echo from the rock and stone An I teas earns back no second tone; And Silence pale, who hears alone Her voice divine, Absorbs it. like the sponge that's thrown (in glorious '.vine! ?Nymph Echo?eider tl.un d...

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