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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 August 1842

CITY 1NTK LLIG E N C E. Thlrsdav, Aug. 4. Inquiry into the Sanity of Tho?. Topping. The prisoner, Thomas Topping, having been convieleo of the murder of hi* wife, which he was cbarge<! with bal? ing perpetrated on the evening of the 1ft of January la-t, and information having been subsequently received, and af? fidavits taken tending to render it probable thai the prison er, prior to au.i at the iiine<of ike murder, was laboring on' der an alienation of mind, s<Vn? id destroy his accountability as a moral agent, application was made tu the Executive of the State lor a suspension of the sentence or a commutation of puotsbment ou Ibis account, and the Governor and his Council directed an inquiry to be made in the case of Top? ping, with a view to ascertain whether " be was a propi r subject of Executive interposition and clemency or not." James IL Whiting, E*q. the District Attorney, aided by Dr. Francis, conducted the examination, in the Conrt o' Sessions chamber, which comm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 August 1842

JLong F.sir. From Lord Bceon's hisinry of Life and Death. The long lives of men mentioned in heathen authors have no great certaimy in them; both for die intermixture of fables, wnereUn?) those kinds of relations were very prone, and for their fal** calculation of years. Certainly of the Egyptians we find i.othing of moment in those works that art? extant, a? touching long life ; for th;-ir kings which reigned longest did not exceed fifty, or five and-fifty year*: which is no great matter, seeing many at th:* day attain to those years. But the Arcadian kings uro fabulously reported to have live.I very long. Surely that country was moun? tainous, full of flocks of sheep, and brought forth most wholesome food, notwithstanding, seeing Pan was their god, we may conceive that all things about tbem were panic and rain, ar.d subject to fables. Solon of Athens, the lawgiver, and one of uV seven wi?e men lived above eighty years, a man of high courage, hut papular, and affected to bis countr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 August 1842

? NEW-YORK TRIB?NE iJ^j^l 1-?;?*d every morning, at No. 30 Anr ^i'VrW-York, aar/ delivered t? Ckr Subscribers tor fSS**'0133 taJt-fn for Six Month*. tk& ?f Ad ?ertsiag. ? ? ? For ea-b Ad vertlfcsnemtbr r Sa-? or less (over six) firia insertion. 50 Ccnv ,. gfea b subsequent insertion. 25 " i ? fr SIX insertions, or one week.$1 50 " ?r TWENTY-FIVE iraertions. 5 00 " AdvertismenU at eqaaily favorable ratet je?, Religious and Fan erat Notices, not exceeding tt?s 25 cent*. _ /The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for fSutUfj h published every Saturday morning, at th? \ fticc it $2 per annum, in advance. Mr. Adams's Report, Jthn Tyler s 1 Reasons ' for Signing ike Apportionment Law. \rtaa Picsidcnt Tyler announced to Congress bo bad signed the Apportionment bill and de> his reasons tbcrefoi in tho office of the arv of State, the novelty cf the course indi' excited a very general solicitude. ' /deb? tor signing a bill passed by Congress .' Why tf Thousands of bills had been signed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1842 O* la Demoeratic Whig ?eaeral Com? mittee Aug. 2), 184*- ?. r.u.>i?* Resolved, That tbe Democratic Whig Electors of the at) and county of New-York be request/-* to meet at Uie place* hereinafter designated, in their respective W<k> ?*S822 evening, August 8th. at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of five Delegates from each Ward to a County Convention .o .elect thirteen Delegat? to represent the City and Count., of New-York in the State Convention to he held at sy rat.us. on the 8th day of September next. . - ??,_ Resolved, That the Delegates so ????h^ to thei County Convention be requested to meet at the Broadway House, on Thursday, tbe 11th instant, at f: o dock, P. M. The following are the places of ? wung :? 1st Ward at Treshef s Broad street HoteL 2d " " Jones's Second. Wanl Hotel. 3d * " No. 201 Washington street. 4th " " Sbakspeare HoteL ?th M " Slarion House, 185 Chapel street 6th " " Monroe HalL 7th " " Franklin HoteL $th " " H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 August 1842

Bankrarpte.?Aug. 6. Abraham T. Killyer, N Y. Sept ?. Joba William*, (formerly President of BclknaD Manufac? turing Company, Dover. N H) Sept 2. Peter A Brush*, (late Miller hi Brunie, Hudson,) Sept s. Joseph Breete, New-York, (debts mostly due at Chicago, Illinois.) Henry Simons. New-York. Benjamin 31. Kissam, (late firm of Bowdcn k KLssam, h a tber dealer*, New.York.) CITY INTELLIGENCE. Friday, Aug. 5. Indictment* against Froaeh. U. S. Circuit Court.?Before Judge Betts.? The grand jury came into Court this forenoon and present? ed three addithDal indictments far perjury against Anthony L. Froscb, making, in all, seven which have been found agairst him on a similar charge. Frosch w*j extensively engaged in the importation of French and Italian goods, and tbe indictments are founded on allcdged false swearing by him at tbe Castom-Honse in making bis entries. He ap? peared in Court, attended by his counsel, Messrs. Catting and Field. Bail had been taken i* bis case to the amount <-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 August 1842

Politic* la Philadelphia Cauatv-A Spiit PraieeiioB?Tylcri?.m?The Kioj?, ?ec. Conwpondence of The Tribune. Philadelphia, August 4. 1M2 Tbe election tor Delegates among the Locc-Fo cos has resulted most disastrously for the party in tho County. The Smith men, who, you recollect, were the cause of a division among our opponent*., which resulted in giving us the Sheriff for the city and county at tbe last election, are again in the field. The contest, which has just terminated for Delegat"*, shows that division to he still resolute and determined. They will not submit to the dic? tation of the IngersoU no-protection, humbug cur? rency faction any longer, and why should they? In the blind devotion to party, which has so "lamenta? bly characterized them, men have been foisted int* responsible stations, who have thrown discredit find disgrace upon the bonc*t portion of the party.? Even the Spirit of the Times, their leading organ, asserts that among the candidates for Delegates there were ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 August 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Is published every morning, at No. SO Ann ttreet, New-York, at?i delivered to Ciiy Sul??ribers fot NINE CENTS per week. Single copies Two Cents.? Mail Subscribers, pi tx-r aunum, i .1 advance, and the pape? ??1 no ca*econtinne?i beyonci the time for which it L? paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. Terms of Adverting.... Kor each Advertlsvroentof TEN or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents. do. forea b subsequent insertion. 25 " do. tor SIX insertions, or one week.tl 50 " do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. b ttO " langer Advertisments at equally favorable rales. Marriage*, ketigwns and Funeral Notices, not exceeding ft re line*. 25 cents. D- Th* WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Conntry, 1? published every Saturday morning, al the ow price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRf B r? NE. fouiiuencenscut al (be Uaireraity of Ver? mont?Tho late l>r. M !ir*h, Aec; Correspondence o| th* Tribune. borlincton, Yt.. Aug. 4, 1812. The annual Commencement ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1842. Erin J>rmocrniie Whig {jenem! Com? mittee Ang.2, Resolved, That the Desno.-ratic Whig Electors of tbe city and county of Neu-York be requested to meet at the place?, hereinafter designated, in their respective Wards,on Monday evening, Angusl Sib. at 3 o'clock,forth- pnrpo?e of cbo*tng f.vr Deiegatc* from etch Ward to a County Convention to select thirteen Delegates to represent tbe City and County of New-York in the State Convention to be held at Syracuse ca the 3th day of September r.ext. Resolved, That the Delegate*^ to be-ho-en to the County Convention be requested to meet a: tbe Broadway Home, on Thursday, the Uth instant, at 3 o'clock, P- M. The following ore the places of meeting :? M Ward at Tre.-her * Broad street Hotel. 2d " " Jones'*. Second.Ward Hotel. 3d " " So.201 WaaMagton street, 4th '? " Shak.speare Hotel. 5th ?< " Marion Hous?\ 165 Chapel street. 6*b " " Monroe Hall 7th " " Franklin Hot-!. 3th " " Howard House. 9tb ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 August 1842

a mud quirt ?n 1 deserving congregation; which has ii*-vtr taken any part whatever m any of Tin Abolition questions which Im?* agitated ibis con nvmity. The) coaoieaanced in no way the late procession, but rather counseled and ad vised agai nt it. using as they have always done the most care? ful, orderly and'prudential measures. The gros outrage so infamously anil causelessly committe|l in this instance sh?uiM U* atoned for in the most ample and satisfactory manner. Xo measure has yet been proposed lmt something must be done. Comkts and Shooting Staas commend the admiration and cicite the wonder of man tor a moment?but their glory i* soon gone lor ever. They are a fitting type of all medicated preparations except those of Dr. Peters, whirl, are like the warm and brilliant Sun. Iiis Lozenges?Copgli, Worm and Cordial?as they arc named, relieve daily an unajensedegree of'suffering, and his Pill- care an infinity diseases soicli a- Nausea, Dyspepsia and Jaundice whicb arise from a diso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 August 1842

From the Catbofic Expositor for August | THE VOREST STREAM by John Afccmra shea. Bright stream of the forest UnnamM and unknown, Thou sbin'st not less brightly In ?hining alone. Smooth, calm, arid transparent, Thou gjidest along To the old woods repeating Thy mystVy of ?ong Bright stream of the forest; I love thee full well; Thru, art to my bosom A soul and a ipe'l. "When I see thee I fancy Thou looked en me* With the boautifo! sadness Of moonlight on <ea. Round thy ?priug on the mountain Th' horizon was splendid, Where all hoes of the sunlight Were gloriously blended : But that >uaunit where rested The firmament'.- glory. Had n/> voire for thy moral. No eat for thy story. From il-e prid*? of (hat region Built up in the skips. Thou seekest this silence, This valley of sigh* : Where the tempest, expiring, Juat mingh-th its breath With the dirge of the zephyr, And ainkath to death. Here deep contemplation, rjodazzled ar.d <:alm. Goes up as in Klah. The prophet's high psalm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 August 1842

YHF, NEW-YOKE TRIBUNE I, pohlished every morning, at No. Sn Anr r fv*'\. N<?.?.York, ?ii*; i!> livf-r^d jo Citv Sobaeribers fo> . ink CENTS per week. Single copies Two Centt? U Sflbser iber*, $4 per annum.t.i advance, and the papei no case continue*! beyond the time tor which it is paid, bscriptkms taken (or SixMonths. Terms of Advertising. ...For each Advertlsems-nt of vi noes or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents. for en h ia>bse<roent Insertion. 25 " for six insertions, or one week.$150 M for TWRNTY-FIVE insertions. SN " mger Advor?srnenti at equally fuvoralde rates, amages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exreedir g in*#?. 2^> rents. r The WEEKLY TRIBI NE, a very large paper., tbr ionntry, ii puhlishrd every Saturday morning, at the price of $2 per annum, in advance. T HlE TRIBUNE. Hints on thc Interpretation or Prophecy. By M. Stuart, Professorin tndover Theological Seminar)'. Andnver?Allen, Morrill L Wardwell: New-York? t).i\ ton .V Newman. 'I be ge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 9. 1842. papery rrterit distressing ^su>. so far a? it charae SerHS?^i 25$CDdrvuete*imorry takenat? Coro Mr ^ 'J^d ???gl'gfl thin paper If u* Edl Eff^^U??Mt? of ihr reasons nt Mr g. forth* ran K!^AgagM We kBOW "Xb^K ?rFacti io S-f^ft ba< deeply regret it tt any imosucc bu b*en ?n?,h^roo,rh O0T to*r?l?????i?ty. Ev?rv one max rvalue ' * l"*re ?st oo wanton invmoon of privacy in ihn case, ^rititrprof hars*oer> or mistake there may have been in the coloring given to it (ET* For a Notice of Prof. Stuart on Prophecy?The Oroton Water?1 -euer from Pittsburgh?Great Mortality?An Article on Association. &c. See First Page. For An Awful Chasm, and a Tem? perance Address to Youth, See Last Page. I?5* All genuine Whigs will be refreshed and Invigorated by tho spirit and tone of t|i<s Whi<; W?ru MsSTl*os leported in our columns this morning See especially the Resolutions of tin I J'd Ninth. The Assgwai Klectitva*. We received yesterday Cincin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 August 1842

Prost.?On jRiuta?ay morning, the Cumberland V;,!'w v Railroad cars arrived from the West covered with a white frost 'J be>' had come from Chamber bnrf after midnight. We have heard of no frost on lhi? side id* the river in our neighborhood. [Harriaburg Reporter. \ row of stabling and some out-ho?ses, near Maiden street Wharf, Kensington, were destroyed !,\ fire about 1 o'clock yesterday morning. We ._,,?! to team thai four valuable horses perished is the flames. [ Philnd. Lnq. L)tsA<rKit.?Wo learn from a passenger on the Vennii ion List evening, that during the blow on Sunday night, the schooner Star key, loaded with 600 barrels of salt, in attempting to enter Grand River; wan driven ashore outside the pier, where she now lie*, high and dry. [Detroit Adver. OCT A man named Walker was instantly killed at Hillsb?rotigb, Ohio, on tbe ^7th tilt., by a stroke of Ughtning. fie was standing on a wagon loaded with wheat at the time. Beth wagon and contents were consumed. Bankrupt**?An...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 August 1842

Axt Awful ChnMiUn Prom Kendall's Santa Fe Sketches? Picayune. The morning of the 3d September broke bright aud cloadlcss, the snn risiag from out the prairie in all his majesto. Singular as it may appear, nearly every shower we had catttc ia the night from the time we left Austin until we reached the Mexican settlements. Again wo 3pent a couple ofjhour* drying our blankets, then saddled up and pursued our journey, and still in a northwest di? rection. We had scarcely gone six miles before we sud? denly came upon an immense rent or chasm in the earth, far exceeding in depth the one wo had so much difficulty in crossing the Jay before. No one was aware of its existence until we were immedi? ately upon its brink, when a spectacle, exceeding in grandeur any thing we had previously witnessed, r.amo suddenly in view. Not a tree or bush, no outline wliatever marked its position or course, and wo were ail lost in amazement and wonder as one by ono we left the double-file ranks and rode up t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 August 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE It published every morning, at No. 30 An? street, New-York, azal delivere<l to Cky Subscribers fo NONE CENTS per week. Single copies Two Cente. Mail Subscriber*, $4 per annum, 1.1 advance, and the pape in no case continued beyond the time for which it if paid. SabKcriptions taken for Six .Month*. Terms of Advertising.... For ea?.b Advertisement of TKN lines or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents. do. for ea b subsequent insertion. 25 " do. for SIX insertions, or one week.tl 50 " do. (or TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 ?0 " Longer Advertisments at equally favoraole rates. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding five lines, 25 cents. O" Th? WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, is published every Saturday aiorn'uig, at the ow price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. A Discourse delivj J-lvG, 1*42, at the Funeral ok Jambs Marsi., U >? By John Wheeler, D. D. President of the University of Vermont Burlington, Chaunc^y Goodr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10.1842 <?T The Resolution published as tixth in the Second Ward Proceedings yesterday belonged to the Fiftk Ward, and should have been so inserted. Our readers will please make the correction. By a similar blunder, tbe Resolution of Instructions In uvor of Luther B radish for Governor, "moved by Mr. JGumonds in the Ninth Ward, was n*t stated to be unanimously adopted, as was the fact, and as will have been readily understood by die reader. D" We made a blunder yesterday in statine upon the strength of a carele? glance at the Common Council Free ceedings, that Johj* Newhousk and Joseph HoxtEbai! been chesen Police Justices, when it should have been Jus? tices of Ward Courts, as the accompanying Preceedrngs ex hibited. We regret tbe nece**Uy f?rro?kh.g diesecorrectiens ftj* For Noticei of President Wheeler's Discourse on the Death of Dr. Marsh? Tasistro's New Work?C ?liege Commence meot8?Clay Meetings?Oregon Free Trade?Points of the Treaty?Le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 August 1842

HENR\ CLAY of Kentucky, as President of the United . States, and that we will relax no effort to place him in the ? Chair in It A. Ordered, that the proceedings of the meeting be pub? lished in The Trihune. JOSEPH W. STRANG, Chairman. jAc%b?MSJ^rie, CT, BcTemeojUb Ward.?At a numerous meetir g ,,; t;-?. Democ n IRSjUtg Electors oftbe Seventeenth Ward called pursuant to the recommendation of the Whig Gene.' ral Committee, held at the Henry Clay House, corner Axe one A and First-street, on Monday evening, August 8<h, ,342, WILLIAM B. BALLOW, Esq., was called to the Chair, and Ebenezer IL Brown, and Joseph C. PiNex ).?y, were appointed Secretaries. Tbe call of die meeting was read and approved. On motion, the meeting proceeded to hallot tor five Del?. } gates to meet in County Conyeaticu, at the Broadway I House, on Thursday, August 11th, to choose thirteen Dele, ?ates to the Syracuse Convention, on the 7th September ?ext. The following n^med gentlemen were dulv elected: JOHN RIDLEY....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 August 1842

For The Tribune. GjE N I US. BY STEPHEN B. DZAN. ... ."So that while he (the Genius-gifted.) bs in the midst of men, aad doing, his part in the affairs of the World, his spirit has sailed up a fairy vision, and he is walking in a fairy dream:?it ii round about him in his sorrows for a consola? tion ; and out of the gloom of his affliction be looks forth upon a horizon touched with a morning twilight, and grow? ing brighter on his gare. Through Pain and Poverty and the World's neglect, when men look cold upon him. and bis friends are gone, he has where to rest a tired spirit, that others know not of, and healings for a wounded mind, which others can never feeL" t-?. SL Lkmo, Spirit that peoplest Void with Life; Creative Genius ! thou; Come, ease the heart from Care and Strife, And lay these scourgcrs low. What though this form be prison-barred, Or sheltered 'ncath a shed, Its limbs repose on pallet hard, And pillowlcss its head; Still thou canst light the prison's gloom With Eden's p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 August 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE It published every morning, at No. SO Ann street JW-York, artl delivered to Cky Sabsxril>er? for NINE CENTS per week. Single copies Two Cents.? M?i! Subscribers, $4 per annum, ta advance, and tbe paper ic no case continued beyond the time for whu-.n It is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. Terms ef Advertising?.. ? For each Advertisement or TKN l?es or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cent*. do. for ea h subsequent insertion. 25 " do. fo* SIX insertions, or one week. 41 50 " do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 SO " Longer Advertisroents at equally favorable rates. Marruges, Religions and Funeral Notices, not exceeding gve l;ne*. 25 cenw. ID* The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, is pubhsbed every Saturday morning, at tbe ow pnce of $2 per annum, in advance." THE TRIBUNE. VETO MESSAGE Of President Tyler on the Tariff Bill. To tie Houoe of Rcpresentatr.'s of the United States: It is with unfeigned regret that I lind myself un? der th:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 1842 CT wantf.Dthis moroinsr at the office of The Tribune, a copy ol Prcxtice's Li?: or Clav. O" D. Y. M. ?nii other correspondents who have ad dtemed us,"pp?flering Traveling Sketches and other contri? butions, are informed that their offers are gratefully ac? cepted. We will cheerfully send papers containing d.e let? ters which we may publish. With regard to cninj<en?ition ?we a? all limes ?r* happy to pay any one who sends us intelligence ot any important occurrecce in advance of our rrreiving it otherwise. Tbis is tbe only kind of rorrespon .innce that we are sufficiently in need of to pay for. For a Poem antl Letter from Illinois see Last Page. _ " I have never regarded the office of Chief Magistrate as conferring upon the incumbent the power of mastery over the popular will, but as granting him the power to execute the properly expressed will of the People, arid not to resist it. With my mother's milk did 1 suck in the principles on...

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