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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 July 1842

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 July 1842

? Kn.ni H-v k? ???? ;.ir July I im s D PON LETT Kits. sv a nwneae. '? In I? ? I Ml l.nuta, ?? be ><:- ? ' * i 11 WtflVfc h ? Wl IBM Btoaehl lo ti nt hfl m i. I" rf.i BtaajAi if-if ear ?< *W. ? sssei * ha l*ttf < i? hW '< an I BeeareaTa Ldk <ii Jeaawaa Y?? ?'m J uwtl ' .? e dtead With which both I ?and Spar* shrink.* When tli.' Mere Vi.-.-l "t ti" Ii pels m t" um i itur '? '?!in*? w ? i bB :? harry, ,|...iM. diaaney, ? Life's lootJag nwamltag ,H?' '??>*< A-,ii am*, hvag silent, darb had fell, tum ewe.paarj Hiring ?all, ? ? Kvrrrthfn ibal bage's ?renetenl IB .oj-ht _ IMajM i'l' ft BI hi i-' m ?' ?'''' I... ?... v, I hi ? <? o .i awl .' y ta* No Letters reneh aa in the fiate, I.i'Mrr? fr-un Horn'??r 're Spared Ut !n?t A loneing. Hanrerfaag wati-h lo keep, Ifuj v? baa tii' expei hid Post i* paal Ami aehan theni sot, t" shrink an?! map, An.I eoaal boa Bavaj boere reataia Before thai Paat coomm reuod agate, i it btanaer etill, to hi oak tkfl '"111?. S rk tor ihr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 August 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE It pabii?h??l everj njor'yiu?, at No. SO Ann ?rm. NVw-Yi rk. mid drUvered u> Chv Subscriber* for MN K CENTS perw.-efc. Single copies Two Cents.? y.z'.l Subscriber*. per annut::, ui advance, and tlie paper in no cum- cominuf J beyond u> time lor whicl* it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Sii Montbs. Terms ?>r Advertising.... For ea.b Ad verUs^nent of TEN En? or left (over ?:x) first in*minn. 50 Centi do. for en h robsegueat insertion. 25 " da for SIX insertions, or one week.$150 " do. torTW KN'TY-FIVE insertions. 5 00 ? Longer Advertisnienu ,-?t et;u?Iiy favorable rates. Manages, ReDgioai and Funeral Notices, not exceeding fire Lin*6.8S cents. D* Tire WEEKLY TRIB?NE, a very large paper, for the Country, is publwhed every Saturday luorning, at the on1 pr.rt- o! $2 p?-r annum, in advance. THE TRIE UNE. SIX DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. Arrivnl of th? Great We?tcrn. The steamer Great Western arrived here at half-past 0' o'clock on Saturday morning, bringing dates...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1842. TT Democratic Whig General Commit. tee.--* regular meeting of this Committee will be held at the Broadway House, oh Tuesday Evening, August 2d, at 80'etoeb ELLIS POTTER, Chairman. Ed. E. Cowlks. S a<^rmnei- anl 2t ET Ik Washington City tbe Tribune may l>e had at F. LUFF'S re?ider>ce, near Toird-street, at 3 cents per copy, and delivered to subscribers at tfceir residence for 50 cents per month, or 12$ cents per week. (?7* For a Summary of Foreign News by the Great Western, and an Association Article, see First Page. f?7*Fer The Reign of Terror (continued) tee Last Page. To the Whigs of the State of New-York. The publisher* of the Albany Ar pit having ad? vertised an Extra Edition of their Weekly paper for general dissemination through the State, in view of tbe approaching Election, the publishers of The New-York Tribune, at the suggestion of a, few friends ?f the Good Cause, have been induced to submit to their Whig brethren the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 August 1842

Postage ob War rVevrapnpem. Messrs. Ejoitors,?Can you tell us the object ofoui legislators in wishing to subirct way news I papers to letter postage? Surely they cannot ex pect revenue therefrom; and should the circum? stance that occasionally through ignorance, or in defiance of law, some person writes on the paper which he sends to a friend, deprive many a young man, who has left hi* home to seek a living in the citv, of the privilege of reading of the affairs of his native place, in the village newspaper, which I )ii<i parents subscribe for (partly on his account) ' read at home, and forward for his perusal; or must the family at home he deprived of the literary paper which the absent ons purchases, teads, and genis for pleasure and improvement, thus recipro? cating kindness arid affection ? Neither party can affair t" pay for two papers?much less letter post? age. In fact postage is often the objection to frequent letter writing, but the slight tax upon papers ena? ble* frien...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 August 1842

From the Foreign Quarterly for July. THE REIGN OF TERROR. - iContioued. And yet Danton himself was more genial, more even of the old French gentleman, than most of bis compeers. His convivial qualities his love of ?women, his very vices tended in some degree to hu? man his manners. The true personation of the mobs, of what the French call still le peuple? (long r?u)y it be before that word can be ju*ilv translated into the noble Angiici?m, the pzOfte) ?was Marat. Let us take M. Duval's descrip? tion of him. Our narrator accepts a:i invitation to dine with Danton: " On dinail bun cliez Danton, one dined well 'with Danton. Politics were not always spoken; at his table one laughed often, and one was bored rarely. * -* * ? We psssed from a very ele? gant saloon into a dining-room looking upon the Cour du Commerce. At this moment there entered a man. A man?here is his portrait. He was at most from four feet eight to four feet nine (French measure,) his head a little inclined to the left ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 August 1842

p NEW-YORK TRIB?NE nablish'??* every morning, at No. 30 Ann VWt. New-York, and delivered t? Cky Subscribers for j\K CENTS per week. Single copies Two Ceon.? Jl Sa!?r'rbcrs,$4 per annum, w iuvance, and the paper , 00 rese continues! beyond time for which it u paid, ^criptions taken tor Six Months. *Tfr n* ?r Advertising.. ..For each Advertisement of - tjt line* or leas (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents. forea h subsequent insertion. 25 M * fa sflX insertions, or one week.$150 u ?t fa TWENTY-FIVE insertions-. 5 90 " Efgei Adtartismenu at equally favorable rates. ftsrria?es, ReJigioos aad Funeral Notices, not exceeding f r The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for "xmnJry? is published every Saturday morning, at the ?^nce of $2 per annum, in advance. "THE TRIBUNE. vrtLirr.or Edward, thk Black Patscr., by G. P. R. iiMCs. Esq. Erom the second edition. 2 vols-JCarey I Hart WiJe> ii Putnam, New-York. fle rank Mr. James much higher as a historian ijjas a novelist. His romances indee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1842. O" Democratic Whig General Coanmit ere.?A regular meeting of this Committee will be held at the Broadway House, on Tuesday Evening, August 20, at so'clock. ELLIS POTTER, Chairman. J. H. Hobart ILawes, > c Ed. E. Cow im, I Secretaries aai a 0*1m WastiiNCTOx City the Tribune may be bad at F. LUFPS residence, near Third-street, at 3 cents per copy, and delivered to sukacriber? at tbeir residence for 50 cents per month, or 12$ ce Jits per week. f?^* For A Fight with Indians?Riots Rebuked?Sabbath-Keeping, &c. see First Page. fj?f* For Light? and Shadows, and The Reign of Terror (continued) see Last Page To tiie Whigs of the Slate of New-York. The publishers of the Albany Argus having ad? vertised* an Extra Edition of their Weekly paper for general dissemination through the State, in view of the approaching Election, the publishcis of The New-York Tribune, at the suggestion of a few friends i*f the Good Cause, have been induced to submi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 August 1842

ft "bommereeof the Port of New-York. I Kcporied tor the New-York Tribune. / Foreign arrivals in July, 1S42, 159; of which jnjnberlO l wore American. 40 British, 5 Bremen, Swedish, 2 Hamburg, 2 Dutch. Belgian, Ven y?dian and Spanish each 1. foreign arrivals. Jaly, 1811.171 foreign t-]Camn?cs, July, 1842.1G1 / Ja do " 1841.176 k?stle do " 1842.227 I do " 1S41.245 Thu (reno. The Wheat Harvest in this County is now ball' through with, and never was there tf?rn*o delightful weather, or a fairer prospect of a I ^ntirmance of the same blessing. There will be I jjt cue short crop this year?Corn?whUu Wheat, g.r!rv, Oats, Gtass, Potatoes, &c., are prolific al 5?st beyond example. [Rochester Adv. i {rjf* The farmers of this island are now guthcr finj in their Harvest, and there will doubtless be a f are crop. Hay, Wheat, Oats, are all first-rate. I Cero i> extremely promising. The only drawback i fjjj he upon the Rye, which will afford but timid j Jjngcrop. [Brooklyn (L. I.) Star. \0' W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 August 1842

a From The Ladies' Companion. LIGHTS AND_ SHADOWS. BT MRS. StBA SMIT3. Is Life's Spring-time the glad earth seems With sunlight thick bestrown? Caressing Wird, and ieaf, and flower, But the shadow is unknown. We see the warm light where it rests, On stream and mountain sheen, Unmindful of the valley left In shadows dim between. And when the moon-shine huahingly Glides down on hill and vale She hides! from us the shadow clasped Unto her bosom pale. Alas 1 for the coming change that will The sunshine chase away, And leave on hill, and stream, and flower, Dim shadows, cold, and grey. Alas J for the eye will turn aside, Where gladness dwelt of yore. And mark the shadows chase the light From us, for ever more. The forest **nd the mountain top, May gleam as bright as ever, But childhood's eye, and childhood's heart, Return to us, oh, never. From the Foreign Quarterly for July. THE REIGN OF TERROR. - [Continued. And yet, alas, "this handful of gentlemen " in satin vests, and court swords, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 August 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE U published every morning, at No. 30 Adi ctteet- New-York, and delivrred City Sobseribers fo> NJNE CENTS p*r week. Singlgj^opies Two Cem*. Mail Subscribers. $4 per annum, i <i ance, and the paper jn DO caseconUnued beyond U?e ti,>?ibr which it U paid. Sobwipoon? taken for Sit Month. 'V Termsef Advertising....For each Ad vertiseroemt oi TEN lutes or lew (over six) first insertion. 50 Cenu. do. forea h subsequent insertion. 25 " do for SIX insertions or one week.*{ .50 " do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 M " Longer Advertismeats at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religions and Funeral Notices, not exceedi: c Br*!:n<*. 25 cents. _ XT The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for %&i Country, is published every Saturday morning, at the ew pnee of 12 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. THREE DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. Arrival of the Columbia. This steamer left Liverpool on the 19th of July and reached Boston on Monday morning, making her passage in 12?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1842 ZTl* Wsjkinotom City the Tribune maybe bad at F. LUFF*8 reside rce, near Third-street, at 3 cento per copy, ami delivered to subscribers at their residence for 50 cento per month, or 12$ cento per week-' 0^ For a Summary of Foreign News by the Columbia, and an Association Article, see First Page. 0(7* For The Ideal, and The Reign of Tsrror, (continued,) see Last Page. Tmm Party of Pri?er_?Ie and the Party without Principle*. For the last ten years it has been a standing parrot-song of the party which combines profes? sions of ultra Democracy with a most loyal sup? port of Executive despotism in all its phases, and of gag-laws to suppress the Right of Petition, to vaunt itself the sole party possessing any defined and positive principles, and to represent us, its antagonists, as governed by no common principles whatever, or none that we dare uvow, but sway? ing to every local prejudice, to every caprice of the passing hour. Now, this lat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 August 1842

Privat* Banking.?We learn from the Bul? letin that a wealthy individual of this city, in con? nection with aome eminent houses in New-York and Liverpool, intends starting the enterprise of private banking. This we look upon as a matter which will give a questionable relief only. i:* operations mu?t be confined solely to the reception of deposits and the buying and se'lling of or change upon other citias. Domestic discounts will not probably be made, and unless they are, that por3 tion of the community actively and" extensively en? gaged, will alone derive benefit from it. We have heard that Mr. Story is the gentleman who will un? dertake this enterprise. Hr will see that money is rnado by it if no one else does: |_N. Orleans Crescent City. tCP The ' ghost stwry related by the Concord Statesman, the scene of which was laid in Be:: ton, turns out, us we presumed it would, to be soniewimt like the distinguished statesman from which the tow n derives its name?all hnmbug ? Our lricnds of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 August 1842

Fronri the South. Lit. Mni for Aus art. THE IDEAL. ?Thoughts hid, bat not lets cherishedthan of old.' [BTao.t. Mournfully my spirit turns To the dreams of olden time. And oft my heart within me bum When I hear some old-world rhyme ; For, ever, has poesy been to mt? ^he Atalantis of time's wide sea; I've steered, full often, my weary bark To that green is.e on the waters dart, But never my foot might press its shore, ? And I turn to actual life once more, Mournfully, oh, mournfully.' Mournfully doth my bosom pine For the fantasies of youth, And I would that fancy now could shine With a light like that of truth ; I would lift my wordly-laden thought, To the realms with so much beauty fraught, I would catch again the glorious glearn, That filled my soul with its heavenly beam, Ere my earthiy hopes and earthly fear ? Brought my feelings back to this vale of tears, Mournfully, oh, mournfully! ( Mournfully do my tear-drops fall On the Poet's pictured page, And fain would I the dreams reca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 August 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ig published every mornintr, at No. 30 Ann ?treat New-York, a ad delivered to City Subscribers for NINE CENTS perweek. Single copies Two Cents.? Mail Sob?criberii,.'M per annum, ;.i advance, and the paper hi no case continued beyond tue lime for wbicb it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. Terms of Ad vertigo?.... For eax b Advertteem<mt of ?j'RN lines or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents. do. Jurist b subsequent insert km. 25 ?* An' (or SIX insertions, or one week.$150 " do.' tor TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 ?0 " Longer Advertisrnentf at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religion* and Funeral Notices, not exceediuc fire Uns?. 2"? cents. _ vy Tii* WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, is published every Saturday morning, at the ow price of $2 p*r annum, in advance. TfFE TRfBUXE. fr^TVic Proceedings of a Convention ef the Friends of African Colonization,held in Wash? ington City, May 4, 1842," has just been pub? lished. It embodi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1842. KT General Committee of Democratic Whig Von?g men.?A Regular Mealing of this C<?m: ?oiuee will be hew at the Broadway H'.u-o on FRIDAV Evening, the 5th of August, 1842, at ft o'clock. Byorder. MORGAN MORGANS, Jr., \ Assistant GILES M. H! LI. YE Ft, ) Chairmen. Samlh. D. Jackson, ) c Chaeles K. Taylor, ) s<rcre'ancs- au-t O" In Democratic "%Vfaig General Com mitte? Ahr. <*, 1842 Httolved, That the Democratic Whig Electors 01 the city and county of New-York be requests 10 meet at tbe places hereinafter designated, in their respective Wards, on Monday evening, Auga?l 8th. at 8 o'clock, for tbe purpose of chosmg five Delegates from each Ward to a County Convention to select thirteen Delegates to represent the City and County of New-York in the State Convention to be held at Syracuse on the 8tb day of September next. Rti-thtd, That the Delegatesso to be chosen to the County Convention be requested to meet at tbe Broadway House, on T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 August 1842

the Cherokee frauds as reported by Lieut. Colonel Hitchcock, were discussed by Mr. Gwis of Mi. who defended the Secretary, and by Mr. CcSHipo on the same side, and in a long argument thai the House had no right to pass declaratory resoluti? on the conduct of ihe^Prcsidont r,r Heads of D< partmonts, exrep*. when articles of impeachment are preferred. The subject was laid over at the expiration of the morning hour. The bill to reorganize the Army was taken up in Committejb, and a superlatively dry debate, principally Confined to the question of abolishin;.' the offices of Superintendents of Armories, end leaving their duties to be performed by officers ot the Ordnance Corps, (as provided in the *e,-0lid section of the bill,) continued during the day. it; which, among others, Messrs. Barton, Spkiho and G'oGQfS participated. No action was taken on the bill. The Army Appropriationbill was taken up und tin House insisted on its amendments and appointed u Committee wf Conference (to mee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 August 1842

From tb? Foreign Quarterly for July. THE REIGN OF TERROR. - I Concluded. In looking at this distance of time over the great Revolution of France,?even if we consent to make for its folliea and it* crimes all the excuses pre? scribed to us,?if we emancipate ourselves from the prejudices (so let them be called) with which human nature must regard the revoking incidents and details,?we must still find it a matter of grave astonishment, that so violent a convulsion should have produced such insignificant benefits. To those who read history with the eyes of Mignet and of Thiers (the great masters of the school so "well entitled the Fatalixl) history may interest, but it never warns?once grant that events are the things of destiny, and what signify the faults or virtue* of the actors. This is indeed to make history an almanac, and to place the horoscope of nations under the fabulous influence of the stars. But they who ?ee in the chronicle* of a State, mat? ter to make succeeding times pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 August 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Jt published every morning, at No. 30 Am ?reeL New-York, delivered to CHy Subscribers fo' N3NE CENTS per we*k. Single cop;e? Two Cents.? Mail Subscribers, $4 ner aminm, in advance, and the paper in no caw contaiae?! beyond Ute Ihne Tor which it u paid. Sobscripuoiu taken for Six Months. Terms ?f Advertising.... For ea?.b Advertisement cf ?TKN law? or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents. do, forea b subaecueat insertion. 25 " An* for SIX msertions. nr one week.vil 50 u oo. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 W 41 Longer AdvyrUxmeoU at equally favorable rate*. Mc-rriages Religious and Fuueral Notices, not exceeding |te lines. 25 cents. _ g-r The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, tbr the Country, is published every Saturday morning, at the ow price ot $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. . Tlr. Cissy and tbe Com prom iae Act. At the meeting in this City of the Home In? dustry Convention in April, Hon. Alvaa Stewart made an able speech, in which be attacked Mr. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1842. XT General Committee of I>emocrntic Whig Young .Ifen.?A Regular Mesung of this Com ?nitiee will Ue h*|rf at the Broadway H?u*e on FRIDAY Evening, the 5th of August. 1342, at 8 o'clock. By order. MORGAN MORGANS, Jr., > Assistant GILES M. HILLYEtt, {Chairmen. Samokl D. Jackson, ) <j??,ariM. Charles K. Taylor, ] *ec?'*ur* au4 O" la Democratic Whig ?General Com? mitte? Ana. 3, 184?- ?. , t . Resolved, That the Democratic Whig Elector* of the city and county of New-York be requested to meet at tlie places bwrematVr designated, in die irrespective Wards, on Monday evening, August 8ih. at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of chosing five Delegates from each Ward to a County Convention lo select thirteen Delegates to represent the City and County of New-YorkJn lhe State Convention u> he held at Syracuse on the 8th day of September nexL Resolved, That the Delegatesso to be-hosen to the County Convention be requested to meet at the Broadway Ho...

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