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

BY HORACE GREELEY. ffl MW-TOM TRIBUNE .?I L..I .very niorninff, it No. 30 Ana-street, New York, S to Cit7s*l?crn*? for ONE CENT per copy. Hail briber-. P" ??n"m 411 ?dvf11": otherwise $i Tt_MJ or ADvrnn?rNc....roi each advertisement or ? _ ho? or las? (o'?r ???>. fir,t ?Mrtio?. SO CU. I l,twh subsequent msertion.. ?5 ? n. fbr Hix in???"??- or one wmIc.91 SO l s Twenty-*"* insertions, or ?ne month.jk5 OO Lscrer AdrertlssnetttS at equally favorable rates. _,?f:-e|iaM, Wf the above rate*; Two lines, ouo-fourth ot iilxrtt?i?P*n'J,r ca*" la advance. T H EJMMJB JJN E , 'TeWVORK. rPESDAY .MORNING, JULY 20. Mose THE UT,rA Express.?The Albany Daily Ad ^jjer, in behalf of the New-York American, ha? u long explaining in detail the management of the Express from ( tica to bring tliv decision in the r-nse of Mcl.coe!. j, recounts correctly our negotiation with Air. Lacy with ?p-4 important exception : it omits to say that he distinctly .j rtpeatedly promised us that a ropy of the decision ir ...

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

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING. JCLY 20, 1841. I'ortiro ?Thuptr-r* of Baruaby Budge, nerer before puSsli*ht-d in thin country, net Foorth Pagt. TT For a variety of intereatins matter, nee Firxt Pnae. DCT Ought it to ht in the pover of a minority, koicerer small, of a Legislative body to arrest and protract indrf. nitely the action of that body .'?This i? an important ques? tion which the People should calmly consider and discuss. It strike, ua that to affirm such a right practically nullifies the fttrrdarntMt.1 principle of Republicanism that toe ascer taioed will of the majority, within clearly defined ConMitu lional limits, is the fundamental law of the land. Let us illustrate this point by an example: Suppose Great Britain were heaping aggression and insult on this Country, and threatening the entire subversion of our prosperity and indepeodence. Congress assembles. ;tnd the President frank? ly places the fuet* before them. Hf* rcrnmmends an imme diate declaration of war, and u gig...

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

.?? Broadly and Crosby st New rich M j ^ ^u>9?re-uark?tdelow price*. Abo Hee.erT IS- _ ^rritaeripuon, very cheap. MARINE UST. PORT OF NEW^ORJL^H^ -- l-*Te'VjuIeI2i. I N. Orleans. July 10. sr==~- -eilEO , u \V1jW?!?. Hf? J M Brown {aip Tamerlane. Tbeolsold. ? xrmnith a Leeds. g,rk Evertoo Niago. ^"y.^eule*. F Fckort". rr brig .Mar?. D-l?"?0"''' 'yy,,hiaj'ea, NC; Patriot, Ames, Ber? ?hr. M iry J?ne. Bn???' sada. Brftt & Vose. - naatvin ,r(!rld W3*?* fro Liverpool 12th June, with mdze to M ^oe-vT3pss?nr-rs- ^ A ^ ^ Jf J Farnhue. & Co. Efc r?ro >i?o. Baker, 23 d" fi> ^I,,P0',f< Wlth 2s0 cn*k? molasses w^*0*g ^?an, Johnson, a dt fm Pavannah, tsith cotton toJVott * '"'r*:'rurle?r Card, 13dsfm Windsor. N S, with plaster to order. ? sritrAoo, Grant, i.ldsfm Pielou, with coal to J R Sealoo?7 r1*? 'isle Norwood. 5 d? fm Emp?rt, with pla'tpr to order. ?ifTose*'<>r?i??1 6d' fm R""hmond. with fluair io Allen 4 ^'ar M?x?ler B''"0'1, 6 fl? Aleixandrin. with flour to Sturg...

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

BARNABY R UDOE. 3 yets gsTort. bv 3So;. chapter xxxvii. To surround any thin/-, however monstrous and ridicu? lous, with an air of mystery, is to invest it with a charm -.mi power of attraction which, to the crowd, is irresistible. False priesu, false prophet,, false dos-tors, false patriots; false prodigies of every Wind. veQing th'-ir proceedings ui mystery, nave always addressed then-solve* at an immense advantage to the popular credulity, and have been, pe/h-oas, more indebted to that resource in ?nininir and kevping for a time the upper hand of Truth and Common Sense, tin-' ^ a-.v half-dozen items in the whole catalogue f,f '"jr0""''.'- . '?liriosirv i*. and has beer, from the rrvntion of the ?roi . - n.n.ter-passion. To awaken it. to --ratify it by slight and yet have something always in suspense, 1? the .'..rest bolt] that ran be had. in ? rong. ?? ?? mttmaaag portion of- mankind. .? . ? If . man had stood on London Bridge,_callingtil ley..,, hoarse, upon the prt-sers-by, to ...

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

BY HORACE GREELEY. PRICE ONE CENT. m MW-YOBS TRIBUNE i ??Mi.hed every morning, ?( No. 30 Ana-streot, New-York, '-i&aS fo City *.bm.oer. for ONE CENT ,>er copy. Mail Subscribers. W* P?r m*nm * ?t^08: otherwise $5. TrRM5 or ADvr.iTistnc-roa each adt?rtiscme.it of Tea line* or I? (over tut), first insertion. 30 cla. rlVf?rf-?b?''!'^Mn, k"*rtJ0D35 " r? for Kix insertions, or one week.? 1 50 Do for Twenty-*** >Dl*rtion*, or ?oe month.!*5 OO Leorer Advertisement* ?t equally fuvorabte rate?. mof yireiiw. half the above rates; Two line., ona-fourtb of [tew IllSt rif*1^ m *" C**M in advance. NEW-YORK. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 21. PROTECTION AT THE SOUTH, the following Editorial from n lute Richmond llltie will ieread with high gratification by the friends of Arncricnn Industry. It puts important truths in pluin and forcible language. Light is evidently breaking in upon the South, yd the cause of Protection will not always have to bear up minst the unbroken part of that section of th...

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

THE TRIBUNE. Wl ! S'ESDAx MORNING, JULY 21, 1841. XT For a new chapter of Barnaby Kudce. now ,ir-i publiehtd in thin country, ?*e Ka*t Page. C7 For an excellent arti? le on Ihe Tariff, a L.etter from Jtuflnlo. <Ye. "*??? Fir?t Page. ?7* By referring to our Washington letter it will be seen that die Loan Bill baa passed the Senate. It now wants only thu signature of the President to Income a iaw. The Bvnk Question.?The following letter from Wash? ington give* ho clear and just a view of the position of the Whirr Cabinet on the Bank Question, of the dirScuiues by which rho subject is surrounded, and of the extreme mcon >i.!*rateness, a* it strikes us, of the nttack which has been made upon Messrs. Webster; Granger and Ewing for not throwing up their pieces and burling a" into chaos bs^se President Tvler would mst instantly recant, at tbetr Wdtng, the opinion/which he has cherished and openly avowed for the last troarter of a rcntu.y, that we place it ent.re before our readers. I...

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

-^??.rrfVV-l-d *-T*223? There are mother parpc-ea, such as a coffee or ^ of ^ t^*-?^^^SSt Apply t- Mr. v.,rata rent perfectly satisfactory .H|iBowr -street Pearson, office of the Exchange C?=P?* s? World. 30 Ann sad Exchange Place, or to the publisher ? jyiatf - ..,,VB,j7ud College, aad late assist rr A Cradaate fr on ?JV^ in a,, cRy, ?iahe, to occu sal ia one of the first Clas'?*- rtcMUOOI in 8Chool?. or in giving py . part of hts tue?UB hi?ber English Studie?. Those private lessons, ia C""V .,,led uoie to "Lexicon," at the v .thing ht. service, may s**"9* jjl!J tf Tribnne office. e^^SSSS jfONElTMARKET. .?a^tfee Stock Exchange. Jatly 59. ??k s3d Hi! 25 do do. .blOds 84. 50 do l^tfw""i,3ds 171; 50 do Mechanics'Bank.... 96} ?' do <j?.17l!l00 do Vicksburg. 51 mo do ?*?b3d, i73 j 05 doMobawkRR. 68} * ? d0 30d. n*/? d0 d0.es 100 do ???? . 1711 19 do CticuASch'y. ]?Vs ? do"'"'--*W? "if300 *? Harlem.'...,3<J? 371 'St do'.''..ea-h Hp ?loLIRKoad. 52, ? 5!n,l AHud....s90d 105J 10 do St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 July 1841

BARNABY RUDGE. 3. Xrto VEoxi 33ot. CHAPTER XXXIX Tkk applause which the performance of Hugh and his new friend elicited from tlie company at The Boot, had not yet subsided, and the two dancer* were stiil panting from thetr exertions, which had been of a rather extreme and yi-lent character, when the party was reinforced by tin: arrival ol korac more guests, who, being a detachment of United Bull? dogs, were received with very tlattoriag marks of distinction and respect. ,. ,r The leader of this small party?for. including: Iiunseu, they were but three in number?was our old acquaintance, Mr' Tappertit, who .eemed, physically s^akinc, to teve grown smaller w ith years (particularly as to bis legs, wbi. b were stupendously little,) but who, in ? moral point of new, in i-ersonal dirnirV and self-esteem, had swelled into a giant. Nor was it by any means diffieol? for the most unobservant person to detect this state of feeling in tlie quondam I ren? tier-, for it not or.lv proclaimed iiseM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 July 1841

rof all BY HORACE GREELEY. ?M^n7~Wl?E CENT. m mw-toii t?ib?xe . i ??f? morninr, st No. 30 Aua-street, New-York I' ff ?',! ro Ciiy S?b?erlber. for ONE CENT ,*>r copy. Mail ! or 40TrRTtsi.kg....ro? each ?DVKTlsfcMENT or 2 iL (?m ???). ??' insertion. 3? et? * f ^ "IS or oo. week. .Ml 30 "tTsreBtt-*?*'? innertion?, or ?ne month.$j!3 OO . Po.*" j*J^er^vertu*nunt? at equally favorable rates. _ ^T,, bitf the above rates; Two line., one-fourth of in advance. fBt TJR I BUN E 'r?^BK, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 22. ^^Cisz of McLeod.?As many speak vaguely and fltctJv concerning this case, wc give the following stnte ? ct the step* which ha\e already been taken in it. and .,-jaie which hereafter may be: ? lIcLetxl was indicted by the Grand Jiry oi Niagara f^tj to Murder, aiKl committed for trial at the Oyer and [eaiaer 3 A writ of habeas corpu* in hia behalf was sued out "I .^jjprrrne Court. This writ commanded the Sheriff of \]>itb. "ho had the prisoner in custody, tu bring his body ??Sgl the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 July 1841

T H E T R IB?NJ? thi KsHAV MOKMNg" JITYJ22, 334K X7 For a ntw rhnpter of Baraa.br Radge, now Aral published in thie ceontrjr, see La?t Page. Cr For n variety of Editorial and other matter. ?ec First Fnge. CJ" It will be seen that the Fortification Bill has passe?! the Hou-e by the decisive vote of 148 to 66. XT We ask tiit indulgence of eur Advertising friends for * this day only.' Thz Ba.nx (it;>.-.rJON.?The following letter is in con? tinuation of the discussion commenced in that we copied yesterday, and i- from the same source Having published both Mi ? Ewing's and Mr. Clay's Reports, we might very well be excused from pursuing the matter farther ; but this letter is so clear, so frank", so forcible in its advocacy of Mr. living's plan, and so excellent in its spirit, that we copy it villi hearty good will. As explained in this letter, we can? not see that the modified plan submitted by Mr. Ewing is eeriou.-ly objectionable or likely to prove inefficient. If the ?iiiTerenec ef...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 July 1841

MONEr MARKET. gale. ?t the Slock 79 ? aB us Bank.. TOl 3 S'*^ .....bMs 70 S do do.bM. 9 1? jo Harlem RR tS do do.ffflg do do.-TlOds 2Si )00 do do.? .rrYh'JO Jo LI R R??d. 521 45 doDeL AHud....casO? do person. 53 35 do do.JE; so do do.b60d? 53 10 do do.d0 d?M 50 do u*?.^^108ij50 do do.thiswk 52} CanlOD Co. 36} do.bGOd 35i 39 do do.-err lfl7iJ 50 do 5 do do.??? iDTljJlO do 25 do do....97jl ,0 doBkofCo^BfterthcBoRrd> , ? . Iuei|k50 do do.b3ds 8J 25 doDeJ*,^:. Si 10 do do.sow &J * d? "iV ..\*.".3ds ?I 73 do *> t oinincrcial and Money ITlatter*. - Wednesday, P. M. not ?larsc amouat of transactions at Iba Stock Board There***" 5 v bttt the bj-uket generallfwae quite firm. U. S. Bank declined ,0" *'^Bl Delaware A Hudson improved 1J, Mohawk I, Stonington \ Nwfcr?tyftU<?ff?P?' "lit. la Slaw Stock? the ralos reached $20.000. ?O0C Indians Bond?.I?3d 58 sjoo do *?. ?. ?(iuO do do-. 57j Tjm uh:oo Sterling Bonds. 57*. 1 000 do do57* 4,'oWKeai"el'J'Slxe?. S5 Xiers was no material chan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 July 1841

BARNABY R?DGE. 3t Neto C?'orfc bv 33ot. CHAPTER XL. Little thinking of the pl-w for this happy settlement in life which had suggested itself to the teeming brain of his provident Commander. Hugh made no pause until Sain: Dun Han s gianu ?truck the hour above him. when he worked the handle cf a pump which stood hard by. with great vigor, and thrusting his head under the spout, let the water gush upon I him until a little stream ran down fr.-uu even- uncombed hair. I ?md he was wet to the waist. Considerably refreshed by J tiiis ablution, both in mind and bodv, und almost sobered for j the time, he dried himself as he bes't could ; then crossed the road, and plied the knocker of the Middle Temple gate. | The night-porter looked through a small grating in tin port*] with a surly eve, and cried ?'Halloa!" which greeting j Hugh returned in'kind, and bade him ope" quickly. '? We don't sell beer here," cried the man J - what else do j vou wnnt!" j " To come in," Hugh replied, with a kick a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 July 1841

B Y HORACE G R E E L E Y. PK IGE O.VE CENT. ni IfKW-TOM TRIBUNE lii k- t .TPrv niorniuf, ?t No. 30 Ana-street, New-York, u?-o?8^forav,; PJ^aTt0''>- Ma" ' jiscnUr?. PW ??"um in advance : otherwise $o or advektisisc_for ea?h advertisement or ?v. im? or le* (???*>? CrBt . 4? Cl"* F*f J^S.?ahseauent insertion. !*5 " ? '"r Sg bWUMM. or one week.$ 1 5<> "?f<wrHfy-flve insertion.-, or sue mouth.S.3 t/O ?* for j^jrr Advertisements at equally favorable rates. ? Vive lines, tialf tlie above rates; Two lines, ona-fourth of r?u*~Pi,raMe. in all cases in advance. ^TiHTTbtTB u n e , jVF.'V-YORK, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 23. &n>TitCASCRT Looic.?The Albany Argv* notices the ?nofyW fact that the New-York Canal Tolls for tin-first ?tvst in Julv oxr.-t-sl.-il those of the corresponding week in tf pTtriout year, being (G,81G above those <>f 183C, and t|?,?00 above those nf last year. Put instead of congratu? late the People of New-York un the gratifying increase of ^ Canal Reven...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 July 1841

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1341. TT For n Letter from ??e .Tled'terraneaa, ?e? Lnit Page. ct For City Intelligence and other interesting matter, nee Flrut Paye._ rr Coaar.srosrt.rs'ts mutt exercise patience with **" obligee to omit many vala.ble favor, and defer other* to make roo for important advirea which crowd Hpon u- from Washing j? Extra SeasionU now at it* cr.au.. and very v*?""**' un~ public uaterest. A month hence, we shall doubtless be at UbertJ to give greal.r apace to other matter-, for .be present, we have no alternative. XT We would direct srseoial *"rtlt'?a to tho letter of our Washington Correspondent. The groat measures of the Suasion ar?- now before Congress in a shape for immediate and efficient action, and such we are assured they will promptly receive. In the Ho ne the Home Squadron bill tan. passed, a bill to establish a Fiscal Bank has l*en re ported, a movement has been made on the Bankrupt Bill, tttid the Opposition having had their say, the bill ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 July 1841

MONEY MARKET. at the Stock Exchnnce. 3^h 1?, so do Jo.?;;CMh do.. .b?kls 108 get do.a30ds H * S^kRR. ? * io do.cask Ml * d Pierson. .? ??. ?2? Sa?*??**. -io do.? "'j[ -5 fl0 do. i> 2 Jo do.^ JSjtfB do do. 8 J ?M? Hud....WjJ? Jw*:'^ ,,? Stomnston. 3, ? du do. I - Hmlf?CU' the Board. ? SSJ I 10? iL- N Jersey K StksLI RR??d?""^_ -erclol and JTIoaey flatter*. <*I? - Thursday, P. M. . ?.?> ?I thr Gears' *a? downward and tbe businea r... feeling Ke-la.' Jl tkerhfhL United Stale* Bank declined i. Delaware A "' ' , v-?- Jersev 1. Harlem ;. Mohawk :. Paterson 1 ; Stoiunc SnhW }?ytw .aprovrd'P"1-"" <*,,>? of Stats S?arm? were not large : Watsr I^an. *;W fSotaoS?w?,l9W---. Ml .^i^iiond;:.gj *o do *?.......??.bl?d. ...t 'rit aie? oflodian? Bomb are at un immaterial decline. r3, ?sskefR"-1?' declared a dividend of Rre per rem. jy norlti?ter Democrat : Money still continues tight. The 'yraark'1 !ia? considerably improved this week. Wheat i? up ' -ntlhc^* stjuare'. ?ud iu r".,,l dci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 July 1841

V ?-~ " From The New-Yorker. tetters rom the ftlcbilfrraHean. BY AN AMERICAN LADY. ~^ZTlX.Morocco, 1841. I am more indebted to the cariosity of the Moorish la? dle* than to my own tact for the free admission to the Ante? rior of their houses, that I have enjoyed during my rcsiuen i ere. If I wished to atml; mtiraateiy their d?oi4a>t^g^ they were not less desirous to converse freely wiiin a t.an lady, a .laughter of that New World of r^j^,^ such dim and inconect conceptions. U P*V? j ?.t dowI1 curiorityis some relation %??^^lylJBZ\mmini and to that feminine propensity the credi' ot ma . ^ _ ^ ^. ^ _ ,,,,truetive.l,or.har I have V??*??* '. raost interesting .?her creed. To the -arm- causej owe ^ ^ :i.,,?,,ur.c.Ttr,, IXia hma- ^Knofth- reign ful woman, who is ?m%*?S??4ant 0f ,be Prophet. I ?,g Su ian,and? herself a - " was walking from one terraceo rowi - particular aim beyond ge.tine a* far a* possible: tr m mj home for a dav. and had already crossed a street o tw. where the upper ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 July 1841

BY HORACE GREELEY. PRICE ONE CENT. THE UKW-TOM TRIB?NE kiuhail svery ruorning, at No. 30 Ann-street, New-York, '^IlSlnSS ? C?T SHl""iber, for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribe"- P*r ,HBUC1 1,1 *riI^lce: otherwise 45. -rases or adv-kstimnc? ron rash advertisement or _ ,ine, or lw (over sat), first insertion. 50 eta. rl- tor'eaeh sui>se?ufnt insertion. JJ5 " jTaj, insertions, or one week.$ | 50 nI forT'??'n'y-flTe insertions, or ane month.$3 OO Lso?" AdvertissmeiiU at equally favorable rates. For Pi??uBCA. half the above rates; Two lines, one-fourtb of issue rstss-P*.?*''* 'n *" cases in advance. ?==To T R I BJLJ^N E , j ' f^EW-YORK, s A i l r; DAY MORNING^ JULY 24.^ / ftLTS TkaDE.?'/.<?/ our Work-Shops remain in Europe'? I Toe Census f"r shows the population of these United i&ei to be about Seventeen Millions!, nil of whom require Clothing, as surely as they require Food. That Clothing is ruined yearly, nnd therefore must be replenished yearly? hence we are furnished with d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 July 1841

THE T RIB?N E. SATI RDAY MORNING. JULY 24, 1841. i r For Free Trade and other Editorials ?ee Firn* I*it ge. tT For .'TIiBccflanr nrr Fourth Pnge. I r Public TIrctins_The IVm.vc.rati. Whips and otacr citi? zen, of New-York in favor uf the passage, at the present Session ?( f?i.tr?". of a Bill to incorporate a Bank of the United StBtSS power to establish Branche* in the several State? and Territories, are respe. tfully inrited to attend a Public Meeting to be held in front of n riOMAL Hall, in Canal-, treet, on MONDAY EVENING next, at B 0 . lock. Bv order of the Democratic Whir General C^?"??; u I m * ... v . gnJfYJEL G. RATMO.ND, " /. t.*/ I S*cretariea. rn3irmaH Oemocratie Whir H.C. WzmM^rA c<">rn G,nPra, Committee. New.] ork, Julv 13d, 1-Vtl. By order of the General ChSniaWM of Demse-rat.r \\ big Young Mrn BENJAMIN DRAKE, Chairman. 'lu.l. M. Him vr*. / -secretaries. ? .->, .,, Wm It Mahmi, > a J>---? ' We nave aamirencea' thut a compromise of the difference between e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 July 1841

MOiNEY MARKET. Sale, mt the Stock Exchnnac J^r ?* do. W .?? d,? ?J^X boW. - ?SW*.m.? ? 3 ? .mi ,:i CO.VA-Tru.t.cash B . 30 ? d . 25} "2 do . J do *.bSOdi 24< J do Farmer.Trust...bSo ?T ? ^Mo?.wkRR. 69? J do -o.bMdv. *o d0.i-Tdj 69* ?* "'???.,::lv?;i" j. m '25 do do.sJOds . ajsre*Utica&Sch.op* 0' >??' ja d? f.onr Maud.S8J 2 do N A Trust. j do do..jMsj^_ -sad Honey .Tlntte-re. Comjuierrio1 ?=_ Friday, P. M. k Fiehsaff were rather light to day, and the Tu sales at tic SMC ^ mark reryOejsresMi u?-..kl IWa?re tod Hudson J. ,:,^er,v-rdaH.!res. 9, -.'00 lnd',n* Bop:'""*il-,\. *' ?saW Corjorstion Fives. 1S.? ... . .. . . &4j F.J ^a-?8 ?B"1* 00 I'""''00 ar4' at '* a '" : 011 'Kri^ there has . *| fiat leiSUMras done to-day at o.30 a 5.3i ''rn-Doffl'"'? B,]h vt1actr , k1nhi. .3?3| Charleston.Hall f.2|a2| Augusta.rJafil ESSS:::..^te?te-v. * '?"T .3J Cincinnati. .r:iS. S?Lou^'^oj-^> a of tie Brokers of Cincinnati baring concluded not to buy tbe JV" ,3.oaB??k Notes and tbe Exchan...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 July 1841

at-?-.?"" r -? 1 From llic New-York American. 1 LINF.S. ? Til- vcar- dm? Dich when thou .halt say, I h:.ve no plenser*.' * _ Ecetts. an- >? Yesr. are comiur hither I -nu?' .1?ah, I kio* it; When tins heart so gay, Of all the world 'tis true. Much 1 f-ar will wither! And the fibre, of tne pre-t Youth ?- away?away. Munt break?or toughen too. Men are brother-?brother- Thank God with all my ?Pint Ob ! 1 tranbU ih-u Kr.r my oi.lv. only cheer, Let) I grow a- other- ^?r, I learirl ih?? > in*erit Of my feUow-asen. A deitiuy ?o drear. Thoae of m hinu and wrinkle., But now 1 cure not for it. One. w.rc blithe a. I ; i And welcome ?therrat Heed, thai frost Iseaprinkles, Ob why ' Once looked boonily; Since only it can ?,e . And where wmt.r Imz-r- ' I 've ?*n * worm that weave,!, On the old man?? curb. Hfcakreed as wiiaidrtight; Have played the taper linger* ! Then sleep-, n- who belreveth, Of well-beloved cnl-. He only bid- good injthL Oh, rnual the yeara cense on n.e, The:, up again he sp...

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