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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 July 1841

BY HORACE GREELEY. PRICE QIVE CEKT. THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ki;.h?,I averv morume, at No. 'Ml Ann-street, New-York. 1 ?lvcred ku f"r 0ne cent p? *?' Subscribers. $4 per annum in advance: otherwise |5 tbrmi of AtrreaTismc_roa each advertisement or as^rjB>i?c*lsM<^A>?fart^rto"a? Ct.?' lor each stiiwemient WsCrticn. -53 Do. for Wx insertion,, or one wok. .91 50 Da. for Twenty-live insertions, or one month.5J wl? Lenjer AdvertiaeatentS at equally favorable rates. For KI?"* I'nes, barf the above rn'r-; Two lines, one-fourth of iae?e r?la*?r*},a"1'e^ ln cases 'l! advance. ~Thn il i b U NE, SEW-Y?RK, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY L4. Disastrous Kirk!?Watekfoko Destroyed!?A fire holte out at 4 o'clock on Sunday in the village of ?\ ater vrd, Saratoga county, four miles above Troy on the Hudson ?gverand Nortbcrn Canal, which ?ras almost entirely laid in ran?. The Troy Daily Whig says! " It raged with the greatest fury for three hours, and con ??icd Many the whole of the business puit of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 July 1841

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 11. 1841. XT For Great Fire nt Waterford, dec. see am pnge. li.XT For I.itcrarj Gleanings, ?er Inst pngf. C7* It will be v.-en that the .Supreme Court of due Stat> has uwjnimouily decided against the application of Mc Lr.or. for release, and remanded him to Niagara Co. for trial. It is understood that the case will be appealed to the Court oi Error?, and thence carried up (if need he) to the (J. S. Courts. tQ' See ad -his Morning's Mail foramost I umphant vote? IHlRTT-OXJt Administration majority?in Lot House, or. tbe fAS?Ar,f. of th* L?a.v Bill. Yea., 124, Nays 93. Of the elected Whigs, only Goggiri, Mallory, and Wise, (all of fa.) in the negative. rrj> yy,. regret die necessity which constrains >;s to itati that unless our private advices, from Washington mislead q _(1?j ur do not think such can be the] fact?thk doom or rut: Ba5K Bill ts sealed ! It is likely to he defeated i; the Senate, and very probably has been ere this. 1 ti-- de?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 July 1841

ZT I" answer to our inquiring for the meaning of the j ^-Okaw-'for an Illinois newspaper, a correspondent f **?0kaw" is the Indian name of the Kaskaskia river in D Jn[ which run. through or near the rfllage of Shelbyvule iience the name given to the paper you refer SwWtISC.-Tjaac J- Wood was yesterday arrested on stveral different charges of obtaining goods by false pretences ?oa very large amount from several of our heaviest mercan- I ?Je houses. Wo understand that a large sum of money was ?Ilten from him yesterday by Police Justice Parker, including ten bank note, of $1,000 each. The aggregate of claims against him is considerably over 150,000 Henry E. Wil iard formerly a Manager of the National Theatre, is also ar? rested as an accomplice. A further examiitatinti in the case trill take place to-day. Latest from Texas.?By the Kingston, 48 hours from (jaNes'on. we have the latest Houston papets. Tbe war schoaner San Bernard arrived at Galveston on Sunday night, vritb Judge Webb on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 July 1841

From ihe Dial for July. 'THE FITERE IS BETTER THAN THE PAST-' Not where, lone-past ages sleep. Seek we Eden's golden tree*, In the Future, folded deep. Are its mystic harmonies. All before us lies the way, (rive the Fast unto the wind ; All before us is the Day, Night aad darkness are behind. Eden w ith its angels bold, Love and Sowers arid coolest sea. Is not ancient story told, But a glowing prophecy. In the spirit's perfect ai", In the passions tarne and kind, i Inuocence from selfish care, The real Eden we shall find. I It is CCOYiing, it shall como, T'? the patient and the striving. To the quiet heart at borne, Thinking wise e.ad faithful living. When all error hi worked out. From the hear: and from the hie, When the Seasoons is laid low, Through the Spirit'shedy strife; When the Sou! to Sin hath died. True and beautiful and Sound ; T1i*-h rail earth is sanctified, Up springs Paradise around. Then shall come the Eden days, Guardian watch from Seraph-eyes . Angel* on the slantin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 July 1841

BY HORACE GREELEY. PRICE OflfE CEJVT. THE NEW-TORS TRIBGNE i? published every mom:n*;, at No. ?I Ann-street, New-York, tod delivered to City Sabscriber* for ONE CENT per copy. Hail Subscribers, $4 per annum uj advance: otherwise ?,.', tesms OF advestisinc-rOR each ADVEaTlSEMENT Of Ter* lines or lees (over sue), first insertion. 30 eta. Do. for each subsequent insertion. 515 ?4 Da for Mr insertions, or one week,.St] 50 Do. for Twentv?Ji>e insertions, or one aionth.?3 OO Leerer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. For Fivebaas, huff the above rates; Two fines, one fourth of isese rasss?payable in all eases in advance. T HE T RIB? N E ,_ NEW-YORK, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 15. C7*Gov. Seward (we learn from the- Albany Evening Joarnal) peremptorily declines mother reelection, and d-> lires it to be understood that under no circumstances will he rtfer his name to be used 3s that of a possible candidate. He rfoes this from no ill-feeling toward any portion of the fl'hir party, bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 July 1841

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 10, 1341. E7 For nn nrconnt of the Inte Great Eruption of ihr Volcano of Kiinma. &c. .???? last page. Eor Miinrfry EdilerinN, >'cvr?, eVc. nt-o. flrxt pagr Thi Express ric>m I th ?.?The American ?f last eve? ning states that the Express train from I'tica to Schenectady was . run by and for that paper alone. This is a- We onoer *{j*?k1 lu re on Tttesday morning, and we accordingly rcfrain *-eJ from issuing the matter which appeared to belong pro .. perlj to that paper] until after we ha/I received it at our own cosl from I'tica. Giving full credit to the American for it* enterprise, we most complain of the duplicity with which we and other have he? treated in this matt-r. Anxious to be even with the foremost in giving this mtelligsjncn, the Assistant Editor of this paper, on our behalf and that of the Courier and En? quirer, was personally on the ?round at (Jtica, to report the Opinion of the Court, and exp-dite it to this City as fast as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 July 1841

MONEY MARKET. gale* at the Stock Excha??e, J?lr ,4> ^ -a do U S Bank.. HI, 10 d? g.^gi^RRbGO 32 |25 do do.- W dQ.^K 3|? IW do do.cash . 10 dQ do. 38 100 do do..s3d. -j' ^ rfo ,,0.,:id ,? 50 d? do.?3d (io x j R Road. aOi 50 do do.ca-.a i<*( j? Paternus RR.. b30d .'.1 do N A Tru"' ' I ^ d(J j?. i)fi?j 5" *? d?:iflj? 7 100 do do.*40ds 31 23 i" dJ>.ww ci 20 do Canton Co....UM? 35 2.1 do , ???-??"??r"'' g6 25 do do.mid. 34J g do Harlem RK .--^ ^J M do do.s9ia 33, 10 do do.??????_ ( omrar rriul and Money ."tinner*. - Wcdeiitdatt. P. X. Stockt went dowu again to-day, almost without oxreption, and the amount of bu-mes.? done was not large. I'. S. Bank declined i. N. A. Trast},Del. 4 Hudson 1, Canton Ca j, Stonington 1. Harlem 3. New Jersey ?. There was no animation in State Stock', and no thaage. Thehaie. ware: 7000 Indiana Dollar Boads. 57 2 000 bdimia Sterling Bonds. 50 1*000 Illinois Sixes, 1661. 57 ExchaNCE.?Bilk on London 8a9j; on Pari? 5,27a530. The demand v vary limited. flu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 July 1841

From the Dial for July. THE BLIND SEER. From mom til! night the old man aitteth ?tili; Deep quenched in darkr.e,,? lie all earthly sights ; He hath not known since Childhood swayed bit will. The outward shows of open-eyed delight*. But in an inner world of Thought he liveth, A pore, deep realm of praise and lonely prayer, Where faith fro::, sight no pension e'er receiverh. But groweth only from the Ail-True and Fa:r. That Universal Soul, who is the being. The reason aud the heart of men oi: earth, Shineth so broad o'er him. that though not seeirsj. He waliceiti where the morning Wath its binh. He traveleth where the upper springs do* OT1! H<- beareth bartntmici from angel choir*; He seeth f'riel standing in the Sun; He dwelleth up amontt the heavenly fires. And vet he tovetk, as we a!! do love. To hear the restless hum of common life ; Though planted in the spin'r-'oil above. His leaves and flowers do bud amid the strife Of all this- weary world, and shine more fair Than svrnpadi...

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

BY HORACE GREELEY. PRICE ONE CENT. TSE RBW-IOM TRIBUNE i, published ??'??7 morning, *' No.30 Ana-street,New-York, ' -od delivered to City Sub-cribem for ONE CENT |ier copy. Mail Subscribers, $4 per annum in advance: otherwise |5. TERMS Of ADVERTISING_FOR EACH ADTRRTISEMENT OF r>a line* or lo*s (over ski), first insertion. SO Cto. ru for each subse<|MeBt rasertion. if 5 " ry for Hix insertions, or one weck,.9t 30 j^for T? enty-ilT?- insertions, or ane mouth,.$3 O? Langer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Fcf jf{ve lines, half the above rates ; Two line?, one-fourth of l-eu, r>re,_payable in all cases in advance. THE TRIBUNE NEW-YORK, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 16. fitoM Florida.?The correspondent of the Savannah j-miWiran in a letter dated the 4th. states that since the j/fjsion of Col. WonrH to the command, animation und ?xrgy pervade all the movements of the troops. The seve ^ columns of troops arc examining variotu sections of the, I psjtry and will continue in the fie...

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

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 16, 1311. For A ( ongrru of Nation-., Sewn from Flor? ida, Ate? nee 1'irit Page XX For ragcarefrally corrected! Bank Note List. ?ec last page, AI?o, Literary Glean ins?. The Bank QcestiOJ. at Washington.?Although oar latest advices do not. warrant a belief that Mr. Clay's Bun*, bill will become a law, they yet justify increased and confi? dent hopes thai a Bank Charter will be so formed as to unite the entire Whig -.trength and secure the approval of tho Pre? sident. Whether Mr. Clay's hill will be pressed to adeci-ivr ?.ute in \U present shape,'we are not certainly informed ; hut the fact that it Will be defeated if it ?> ? generally under stood. If so pressed and defeated, a motion to reconsider will doubtless be made and carried immediately, and the ?subject referred back to a committee, which will report a dif? ferent bill, so framed as to unite oil friends of the measure i:. it- support. The vexed question of prrmittiMg the Bank to establish...

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

GREAT BT 30 1 GRAM B.k.uc ??aUuoM to h,. alreadysjSot ofevery style that U sill be ipa?<l 10 make hi. Establishment a o?J~ RICH 1 ,r,t .pleadid Gro dc Royal; . Afrir.ue . ] do elegant colored Satin Striped Gro ao i 1 ca?e rich Ci-ene. de.iraete P*tu"t 1 do very rich Changeable Figurea. 2 do Figured Po. de Soi. ?od? co1"'.'. jyl? 3t _ MOiNEr MARKET. Stales *t?*e8,ock Exchnnae. J"1* ,J* . .. 5 R^k. . 17*1 30 do Bos ct ProvR.... 91 190 do U 3 Baa*..?< j' | ^ do N J R Road. gOj S? *? 5*at wk 17| 50 doLIRRoad.blOd 5&* ?? *? Z.'... 17J 50 do Nor &. Wor.COd 55' :,- ? do""-.?3d !7j! 25 do Harlem RR. 24j I do doL.'3d. 17ji go do flo. 24, ,y) jo do.cash ??*! SO do do. 24? J? do ?lo. 174! 40 do do. 21, ? do d?.ntwk n|| 150 Jo do.b30d 35 50 do do.a-Tda IT?( S3 do do. 24j ,m ,j0 ,|0..?J0d? 75 do do.cush 25 ?5o do do. l^-bd 171 75 do do. 25 25 do Del A Hud. 1?5 '100 do do.bl5d. 25 55 do do.ca*? WWl 75 do do.blOd* 25 25 do do.this ?k 1051 i 100 do i.?.b60d? 25 ]Q do do. 105i!l75 do d...

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

Fr era the New-Yorker. SACRED MELODY. * Behold the Tabernacle of GoTTi. with men. and he ?HD dwell with them, and they shall be his poopV ?nd he w ill be their God." Wr.nr. yon bright Sun to darkness turn'd, And yonder moon dissolved to blood? Were Nature's mighty frame retum'd To chaos as at tirst it stood: God, as He was, would still remain. His proiuis'd giory would come down ; His word, eternal as His reign, Would still proclaim Salvation's crown. And on this rock of faith I -land Strength'ning my vision from the Pas'. Beholding Christ's own kingdom laml Enzon'd in cloudless light at laat; Splendid and holy, as die veil Drawn between Heaven and mortal eyes. Were rent, and aky, sea. W1I and dale. Became one glorious Paradise. Thv light is come! arise and shine. Zion! earth'* loveliest Clueen of ages ! The glories of the Lord are thine. And shrines of saints and halls of sages. Thousands shall come from realms afar, From North and South, and East and West, Led by Salvation's missi...

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

BY HORACE G R E E L E Y. VlllVE OXE CENT. HIE KEW-Y0M TRIBUNE ..published srcry tnorninc, hi No.30Ana-street,New-York, ltd deJivered to City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, i-i |>er annum in advance : otherwise $5 TrRMS or ADVERTISING-VOR R?CH / t)V iRTISKME.MT Or ten lute* or le~. (over -i*;. lir.t insertion. 30 cie. for each stmseuuent insertion. 'a?,1 ?? r>jl for Hix insertion., or one week.?1 5? Do for Tweaty-rtve insertions, or one month,.!*5 4M) Leojcr Advertisement* st eijually fi.vortjMe rstes. fer Five hues, half the ahove rate.; Two line, one-fourth of owe rstes?parable in all cases in advance. THE T II I ? U N E , KEW-l'ORK, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 17. Bkiti.<ii Si ramers.?We Gnd in New-Orleans papers of (srernt date full particulars with reference to the project of 2 British Government, alluded" t?> in the Report of the goc*e Committee on a Hume Squadron, <>f which we gave a abstract yesterday, to establish ? line of Steamers betweon...

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

. . MM._ _. T HE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING JI.'LV 17, 1841. XT Porn variety of New* article* ?<-e Fir?t fage. XT For intereetins I.itrrarr matter see Foartb Po?.-. _ OURSELVES AND OUR PROSPECTS. W? be?ere it will gratify many valued friends to bear that the pa? tronage of Tar Tr.ir.vsn n daily increasing, u a glance over oar Advertising <'olumu% mil abundantly establish. Our receipts for Ad vertisimeun are steadily augmenting, in apiteaf the duJIne-s of the seasoa; while hardly a day passe? without adding thirty to 6 tj names to oar subscription list. At a season of general lethargy, wnii? so many of our citizens have temporarily left or are leaving for lb* country, our accessions ar- of course leas sumeroo- than they were in the (may Spring-time or probably will be in the alining Autumn : (ml thev are contant, inerea-ieg, and indicate ? generous heartine.? o| good will on the part of our Inend? and a kindly approbation of oar labor, i v the public generally. Several who never...

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

G R E A T B 301 GRAN ??ff "V H D INfi-tlAN would respectfu'l.v ">r?? lh" JOB.' ?"? s?a.sa?. ' m;,_ri. ,,, ih0 ne?est ?iiil ric nil Do iparcd to BUM bu Establishment a depot 01 c ?= 3 RICH 1 lot ?ple-det Gro de Rotal: , ., ?? , 1 K|Vai colored Saun Striped Gro de Afrique i 1 ca?e nc ? C'?*u*.. deatraolc patterns; 1 ri0 rery rich Cfliiajreairto neawi 2 do l'iru?d Poi dr Soi. m"d? color* ; 1 do Striped and Fisured S*"o.f*P? ? N. bvi\Vy rieb Lo,.S Snawls aud Scarfs. jrJ6 3l_ THE NEW-YORKER. router.i. ferine Week Endinz July 17lh. Th* numbsr of lie New-Yore er for tbe current week contains an interesting uJe eutitled lr II veav rossiBLE tranalatcd from the Ger? rit n of 'Itcho'**,?. a CMAfTCR on Indians, another intere?ting Let tkovt Tar Meoirr-aaiNEAV. an extract f'om the Di-d, answcrin? tbaq'ie?tion What is Transcendentalism ? A Western Commi: ,.TV .-ro3 [be Dial, several excellent p.ecea of Poetry, original and Mlecied, aa alisiraet of the Decision in tbe Case of McLeod. Edito xias...

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

From the London Morning rost THE EIGHTEENTH OF JUNE, AJ51VZR3ARY OF THt BATTLE 6? WATEKLOO. Today a shroud of death falls down Upon the. soul ?f strife ; The spirit of <s nation's joy Comes bounding into life! The storm is hushed upon the sea; The flag of War is lurled, A Ml sunny eyes of Peace b*am out Their beauty on the world* The mellow voice of June pours forth Its music from the trees ? Are there no thrilling songs beside Of British victories 1 The one great battle of the world . The wild, immortal frav, That crowned old Kn^nd with the peace That blesses her to-day .' A song for Waterloo !-asong With echoes from the hill* Wherever Urithearts are bright, And ?riti-h courage thrills! Wherever Valor's soul is stirred ! Wherever Love is true ! A son..' of ?-verlastinp joy For brilliant Waterloo ! A song for brave old Wellington ! Thank God, he lives to-day! The death of glory bath not snatched Our warrior yet away ! Though when that mortal doom shall be Unto the conqueror given...

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

BY HORACE G R E E L E Y. PRICE OXE CENT. THE NEW-TORS TRIB?NE i, Bobli.bed every morninr. at No. .'10 Arm-street, New-York, ,ao deJ vered to City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail tabscribers, $4 per annum in advance: otberwi.se f 5 tesms or advertising_roa each advertisement or ten '">?? or lo** (over fir,,t ,n"'n,"n. SO Cle. I for'each .irlH*<l*eut msertiou. !i3 " jv for Hix inscrtioni, or one week,.91 50 nZfor Twenty-live insertions, or eue month.S3 OO Lonrer Advertisement* at equally favorable rates. --pi re line*, half the above rates; Two lines, one-fourth of tie* rsf*?p?J*bl* in all cases iu advance. THE TRIBUNE, NEW-YORK, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 1?. gi We have already meniioned that our friend Geo. W. l^tjpAtt, one of the Editors of the New-Orleans Picayune, ^devoted the current summ'-r to an adventurous tour of jotrntiion through the vast wilds Nbrth-WesAwardly from fisi to Santa Fe. He accompanies n characteristic Yan ,Miod-Texati expedition, which $'??- out to ba...

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

THE TRIBU N EL MONDAY MORNING. JULY 1?. 1841. tZT For *?atardaj-,?) Nail, ae-e First Page. XT For A Chapter on Indian*, ?ee Fourth Fagr. UJ? The Railroad train for thif city via Stofiingtoa was detained at Boston on Saturday till 7 o'clock, P. M. in order that the Mail might be aborted and forwarded. By this ex? cellent arrangement the letters and papers for point* south of this were expedited two days, and wo received so much earlier two new pans of Barsaet Rudce, one of which will probably be given in our next. Under former auspice-, the Mails have been detained at Boston two days at a time. ZT A letter from an esteemed friend at Washington as sures us that the letter published by us ??ded " The I rest dent, the Cabinet, and the Bank," docs .njust.ee to He.vrt Clat. Tho writer state*, in contradiction to our former let? ter, that Mr. Clat did not know that hi. bill could not pas, at the r-t-riod referred to-tl.at four \U.g-senators had not then expressed a deteoninat.on to vote ag...

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

"IrTnTncs of the Ott Prisos.-There were received into the City Prison, under charge of C?P<- Hyic. the Keeper, during the "past week. 187 white male*. 70 white female*. 1. bU.Jt.ales.lM.lackfernale^totalrece.ved.^. Discharg.d dur,ng the tame period, 140 white males. 62 white females. 23 black males. 20 Mark female.-^ discharged. 44 Remain ? ,. . . ?,, wbi'te temales. 21 black males, isj in prison. 73 white males. 31 *?? ? .. . - i ._i-w 131.?much fewer than there 6 black females?total remaining ' i?-i,oftime. Of those remaining, onlv have beer, in a great lengtio?"" v J - i j ml.-iemeatio.-s, other ttiau assaults and 47 are tor telouie* and m'*-c'" . ? j.. hein^ for drunkenness, vacranrv, Ac. batteries, the remainder oe.n& ? Of the 47 3 are of per*? ?nvicted and not sentenced. 1 is confined for raorder. IB 'or gra.d larceny. 7 for petit larceny. 1 for ember-lemem. 3 for abandonment, 2 for robbery in ihe firs. decree. 3 for burglary, 3 for forgery. I for rape, 1 for receiving ...

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

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, MONDAY, JULY 19, 1841. Scene Is CoiTKT.?On the tnal of De Patron in Cour: at New-Orleans 0:1 the Ktb. Mr. Peyton, the I". S. Dis? trict Attorney, imputed remarks to the opposing counsel. Mr. Johnson, which he tepudiated und sa:d that Mr. Peyton misrepresented him if he charged him with using those words. Mr. Peyton turned suddenly and struck him a vio? lent tin*- in the face, und a scene of great confusion ensued. The affair was amicably settled the next day. Domingo and Abbot were dischatged and De Putroa was hotm'1 over 00 two counts, the one for fitting out a piratical schooner, in $">,00'J and the Other fur perjury, in .* 1,500' ET The amount deposited" in the Saving* Bank by the Factory girls at Lowell up to the present time is stated at ?100,000. . The Chops.?The Baltimore American publishes extracts from farmei s in different part* of Vrrginin. which state that the wheat harvest is over, and that the. crop is a short one i the wheat is thin and has b...

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