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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 26 July 1841

BY HORACE GREELEY. PKfCE OWE CENT. m OT-TORK TRFBOB [i pnbliibeil svery mom tog, at No. 30 Ann-street, New-York, aixi delivered to City Subscriber* for OXE.CKNT per copy. Mul Subscriber-, $' per simum in advance : otherwise $5. tkrms or ADvrRTisi.se-tor Esch advertisement or Test l?e? or l~w iornr *>*>? nest nwcrtron.-.. rif? cte. Dj. for each-ulwe-iweot wsertiou. ja.5 ? Du. for Mix insertions, or oue week.......81 JO Do forTweuly?*lve! insertions, or one looutb,.85 Ui) Lonror Advertisements at equally fuvors-ble rate*. For Fl*'?' n?? b-.tf the above rate?: Two Ira es, one-fourth of ;>ieJ? rates?PV.abJe 'C ?JJ cases in advance. T HE T.R I B UN E, NKU'-VuKK, MONDAY -MORNING, Jl.'LV JO. MR. WEBSTER' AND THE RANK'. ' A- ftCSftN^SflEKCei - ? ? ;A lending GUjrjournal having vehemently assailed Mr. W??"TrR-tfir yielding-assent to Mr. Iverirrj-'s Plan-of a W twsal Bank, accusing him of ;i d erelictioti from ?jiriwi-p'i', ? betrays! of the Whig'"party, and a gross inpriti?i<toir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 26 July 1841

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING. JULY 26, 1841. IT For Webater'a Opinion - on a U. H. Banli, and other valuable matter ?es- first Page. HT For .tlincellnny ????" Fourth Pnjjt. OTT Public .Tleeting.?Tb? Democratic Whigs and other citi? zen* of New.Tork 10 favor of the passage, at the present Season of r.,Drres?.. of a Bill to incorporate a Bank of the United State., with pocer to establish Branche, in the several State, and Territories, are respectfully invited to attend a Public Meeting to be held in front of National Hall, in Cana]-treet, THIS EVENING, July 20, at - 0 ..lock. By -rder of the Democratic Whig General Committee. a i u ) SAMUEL G. RAYMOND. H C Wr^MVCLT s >'"eta"e?- Chairman Democratic Wing By order of the General Committee of Democratic Whig Youn; M BENJAMIN DRAKE, Chairman. Gn.ES M. HlLt vr.8, < Secretarie.. ;_nj o, W st. B. Marsh. > _ ? -?a Health or the President.?We are happy to learn from the Mndisonian that President Tyler, although slightly indisposed a wee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 26 July 1841

P* Notice Motion lor J-pectai 1 enu i ii sa On JnteUigti??' Reported 7or the V-VorkTribuu?. , ? 'b^let? On ?eaturdav morning Police Orricr.-/V/.!nirff^*j;ni, srrested an English ?boat d o'clock. Mr. Thomas J?. Frederick Jone? with '/spocket of genteel appearsn?- j? of M? JfjUn p iilf a dozen aliases, for jut Broadway, of his porse TrcsaweU of the ^"^^ie en hoard the s'teaimW. Cro -ontaluir:: S''? ;n bills an. P~n(. Jt a, ,t ?ras about to start to ski. King at the foot <n o*hp Iet ,he pocket-book and ... on, Conn. ? fate] and the wharf into the water, into money fall between ?J^rj,, 0f the specie it contained. Mr. which it sunk ?'/J*Lef.jv an officer, conducted Jones to the Po Lyon^ wbo was^f? _ ( ^ ,0 pr;.on. lice 0.?c#, * ?Officer Denniston on Saturday morning Steajing C Thomas Williams, having in his posses ;.rrcj:ed *,m [Jre6seJi two mousselin de lame dresses, a parasol, ITshoes ladies' cape and a small black shawl, supposed to pnrot I y-j. gn owner is wanted at the Police Off...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 26 July 1841

Night the go'.den hon is leading, To liie woot tie crow is speeding, .. ... Solemn lies the way and lonely, Field and lane and forest only f Not a nut fur miles appearing EveV'trjllirrg?rtirver nearm*. ? ? - ? Thoughts on wi'.d tradition dwelling: Every Step its 'legend teliing: ? ? Robbers larking near the Ledges, Murders bid 'neath river sedgea ! Many sounds, but not one cheery. Even one's own foot creaks dreary. Gipsies down in lonesome hoi.ows. Listening for each step that follows:? Hist!?that bo:;gh, whick sn?'pi n parting. Distant bark of lurcher staring. Stav? the foot with timid feeungj" ?CatltiouB o er the dry leaves Stealing . Fa?t the Night her starry legions W??rward caUs to ?her regions 1 ggjaj_j, hand, as of ibe Dav-n, Hudden gleams, tiien swift withdrawn ! Like a maiden, slyly hiding. Blushing, loving, iialf-confiding! Bed!?the curtaia-silk adorn:: g. BJio'Ung out the golden morning' Little recksjyour silken sleeper, [Mi 1st deep cares, and night r'm'ij deeper, How th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 27 July 1841

BY HORACE GREELEY. PRICE ONE CENT. m NKW-VOBK TRIB?NE i. nohluheJ ?rery morning, at No.30 Au? ?tre?!. New-York, ,-d delivered to City -<?bseribers for OH E CEN T rer copy. Mail B'?bscnliers, $4 per sanum in advance: otherwise 10 terms or advertising?tor each adveri i??>*kkt of - _ lll)ra or less (over si*), first insertion. 30 cln. Ca. !or eacb ?ul--equent insertion. ? ntftrKil uisertium. or one w?ck,.51 50 n-" for TneMtj^nTe insertions, or eue month.S5 (M> Lau-rcr Adveniwment* at equally favorable rates. For Vit* lines, ialf the above rates; Two Ime? ??.e-fourth of tsese r?tee-P?"':'h'e a" cases in advance. " ?fl E t rTb U N ?7" sfKVV-YORK. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 27. fJT The Journal of C'-immerce speak- of the " enonnohs ttiii of the American System." Let us see: That Sys K-i was commenced in 131G. under did joint auspices of Messrs. Clay, Cxuiova and the leading Statesmen of the jeeth and West, backed by 'he almost Knanimous vote of ?he Middle States. It wa, improved in 13...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 27 July 1841

THE T R I B IT \T E. 1 T KS DAY MORNING. .H'LV J7. V.U. TT For a variety e>f Editorial and other matter, nee firxt Pago. IT Vor an urcoanl of the Pabluc Dinner to Box, Arc. nee laxt Page. _ D3" A Mr. William L. Brent, formerly a Member of Con? gress from Louisiana, now a lawyer in Washington Cityi eras a candidate for U S. District Attorney for the District of C dumbia. Mr. Tyler overlooked Ins claims and appointed Philip It. Fonda!!. Whereupon Mr. Brent com.-, out in The Globe with a very abusive attack upon Ukvm Clav. whom he accuses of causing bis discomfiture by writing o letter to the President, and demonstrate* the justice of his own rejection by publishing several extract* from eoujiden drntial Utters written him by Mr. Clay and Gen. Harrison. Of course nothing farther need be said in ju-tific ttion of Mr. Clav; but we happen 10 recollect that when Gen. Harrison ca:.-ie to Washington loil February, this Mr. Brr;:;, v. ith the average delicncy of his 3?rt of office-seekers,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 27 July 1841

Wilr- w Hwu Places.-A ^v^J^e, wfth New-Vork to Albany i? a B^h?!. The lat Ger.. Sett aid lb* Hon. BOX-5t.oU was a lee-tetaler, ter gentleman. BOT k?f^t-^^Van* ?vere going to a ^?rved that "he thought^ **?a0wmcnli, for," said ho, great extreme in their umpe r ^_^g bouse; and at dinner ?? it ha* got even into I reside ^ ^ M, Webster, and there a few days since. *|/0r ,b.crn'drank any win-, und 0.hers. I ohsened that ?J^^ w3, by die President, who the only use mada of w .jtt,DeJjl ,u lno, as a stranger, sent apparently out of ""^ I would take wine with him; it to me, with 8 r^^ h:J Ilp?." Ceti we fail to hail this as and :.- berelypot - ^t)rf -n ^e h?hest places in our land a o ,-,J omen, ^ ^ [err.|serariee excitement and Oecom are partaking ^..^ a p-c-ident to net the example, may mg tt"<>':o!,l"'r'jjear that a tce-lotal temperance society has we not faoye 0' ajas; ;t jg jrreatiy needed?at the seat been i>**>^, [Morning Star. ?fG^ernsnent =========r= ? MOiNiv/_MAHKET. ?ale...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 27 July 1841

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK. TUESDAY M0BNIKG, JULY 27. The Mokmons.?Joe Smith's disciples celebmted the 4tli at Nauvoo with great pomp. It was a kir.d of military cele? bration, accompanied with an oration and feasting. Mr. Rig don delivered the oration, and a table one thousand feet Ion? was provided for the faithful. Joe Smith, it seems, wore ' flaming regimental",' a.- commander-in-cbief of the ' Nauvoo Legion.' The Editor of the Burlington (Iowa) Hawkey* was present, and thus describes the appearance of the Mor? mons, &c. " As you approach Nauvoo from the river, and reach the bank, which is not very high, you begia i? ascend a gentl. -iope of prairie, interspersed with a few scattering oaks. The ascent is so gradual fur nearly a mile as to cause no more inconvenience than in walking over a plain. The face of the whole town site for a mile- up and down the river does not vary much from this description. About three quarters of a mile fiom the landing wc saw a targe concourse of peo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 28 July 1841

' ^Y~H OR ACE GREELEY. PBfCS^g CEXT. -"WW\ NKW-YORE" TRIB?NE tu u ? sverv niorniap, at No. .'hi Ann-stroet, New-York. U PL.hr??J 10 C?>'.-subscribers for ONE CENT por copy. Mail V .enters. $4 P?r ??">?? 10 s^an06; otherwise $5. MJ of >DVf RTtSI>C... r0* EACH ADTE?TJS?ME!?T OF cm boss or low ?*er six), tint insertion. 5? Cte. , .^subsequent insertion. i{S " ? ? 2g "lertU. or one week.?1 fJO C far Twenty-Are inseruoug, or rne mouth.S3 OO Lsarer AdvertiMBMOtl at erjually favorable rates. ffttreliaes, half the above rate-.; Two lines, one-fourth of jo^ .-usi r""ht> 10 a" C4""!* !" a'bi'ance. !f=TflT T II I B U N E7 j^IyOKK. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY St The CabiHet?Should its Members Resign.' The correspondent who favored us with the extract from j(r Webster's Batik Speech in 183-1, published ??ii Monday, . pbmiu the following strictures on the proposition of the (parier, that, because the President and the; Cabinet hold (as aprctumed) somewhat different views of the extent ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 28 July 1841

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 23. D" For i tirri-.pniKiniri', and a variety of other mnttrr, nee tir?l pn;r. For an interest! in? Literary article, see 4ih p:?K<*. ^ 1 T In answer to ?undry inquiries, we stale once for all, that we "??ul reduce the price at which we now aflo.-d 'Die Triliuue to tno?c who ?eil aram. We now charge le.s tbac the lowest first eoat of the pa,.er and press-work; lower no reasonable man can ask us to tro Those ?ho du mull ailt in rain. K7* By the It ?er of our Washington Correspondent, re? ceived by tbil morning's mail, it will be seen that the Oppo? sition in the Senate have fairly wearied themselves out in ?levfsing ways and moans to retard the onward progress of the Bill to charter a National Bank. The question was un? doubtedly taken yesterday, and we shall have the result to? morrow. ^ oCr* We learn with surprise and regret that desperate, though underhand, movement? ant in progress, both here and ai Washington* to defeat the potta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 28 July 1841

MONEY MARKET. ??1*. at the Stock E""ban^^ ?^U-S-Bank. .6J 1711 Jj - ??b ^ ,bm ? ?j do|W.*Hod........ 0; ^ ^ do. .8 KU do do.?n*i?k j ? d, Harlem.--. 24} '5 do do.ta,h Jl*? ,3 do Canton Lo. J6 * do Bk of Coat.Ui__sJ~ ?ad Matter?, t eninirrcinl ???^ raesdeay, P. .V. 10-''?}' werfl un0ilUal'y limited. Th? sales at the Stock l^""^[th aotwe. Delaware at.d Hudson TI:?' variations ?? ""Jfj^ijL- decliaed i. No sales U. S. Bank .-aprovedi.Hsrlem:; I"* jefular wsv. f ^jocJi,: 1,000 Indiana Bonds.57. But 00* op'Tutiun i? - |l0jfl ban declared a dividend of two _ >na i tica Tue ?yraeu?? ?m (,arr for the last six mouths. The Par dollars an! Ut) cefl Mfl j.aUK ?i Virginia have declared 3 per ?tart Ban* ''U?aclIU( j per cent, paid the Stute. The Exchai ce ceat. Jivido"' '? glared 31 per cent with the same deduction. BaUk- Mil) rece?-ed at ButlalJ dnring the third week in July were jj^r-^/hciii; nearly $0.*WO mire than were received during the f^^lly t? th* aanaal report of the Chamberlain of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 28 July 1841

H-UUJUUI_LLgjL'Lqj From Black wo-rf-i Magazine for July. THE WORLD OF LONDON. OlTB ?'ftriv impre-sions of London were of that -girgeousncs?. of golden glitter and blaze of precious stones pervading the Arabian Tales; nor would w<- then dream that liunger, ho useless no ss, or toil, had place in our imagined lerreetrial paradise. On our first croesing FincWey C'om tnuri, and gaming the summit of that abrupt declivity "J'on which Higbrate arch-way now stands, whence th" fir?f ??" acure and smoke-dimmed prospect of the mighty Babylon i? obtained bv those jonrneving from the north, we well remem? ber the straining*o! the eve*, and craninr <'( ^''aet\^T mounttntj amoaj the lockage upon the roof to catch the murkv volume of the endless town extended wide below? Nor Jo we forget the laugh raised at the expense of our srrn pKctty, bv the waggish guard demanding a sovereign-toll lor our fi'rst appearance in sight of London, assuring us that his prerogative entitled him to that sum frem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 July 1841

" B Y H 0 R a C E G R E E L E Y. PBICE Q*E CE*Tt TM SKW-T6M TRIBUNE ? ?.v.j trery morning, at No.30 Ana-street, New-York, 1.ffi,? to City Subscriber* for ONE CENT per copy. Mail ??t?erfl>r?. P?r ?nuunj ,D advance: otherwise $5. ?rr.tx* or ADTfKTtatNC?roa each advertisement of l.ne?or less (over si?), first insertion. SO eta. 5 ?.r c?ca .ui-M>?i-??ot insertion. 115 " n for Hix insertions, or one week.81 5? rv fa-Twcn-ry-ntre insertions, or ene aionth.$5 QO Uorer Adrertiesmauts at equally favorable rate*. . v\lttiaca, half the above rate?; Two lines, one-fourth 0/ . riuw?payable in all cases in advance. JVH E T R I BUN E, veW-YORK. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 29. FACTS KOR J'A KM NTS.Nu. II. r^rtl Brouehnrn said that if we ace deprived of what we jjjjri before we were three years old, we should be the ^( ignorant being* wti the face of the globe. liery child since Adam, with the common organs of speech J common talents, no mnttcr when he lived or where he ^ or what language he heard,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 July 1841

T HE TRI B ? N E. NEW-YORK. THURSDAY MoK.NINO.jrF.> 20. rr For article-., on the Tariff, tbr Amerirou >? tt, &(., ?????? *? ir?l Vagr. Kor n l.etler from tho Mediterranean, ^r Fourth Poor. ^ Tm: Ba.vk QuxsTiot. SrrTix?.?Oar advices from Wa-hirgtr.n this morning are full ?.f interest, h will be seen that the Bank bill has been engrossed for a third read? ing in the Senate, so amended by Mr. ClaT himself that it is almost sure to become a Low This is a result which puts t.. flight all fear*, and will be hailed by the acclamations of j the whole Country. _ Cy Eriends of the unfortunate ! ought there not to be a Public Meeting railed forthwith i?< ur-e upon the House the passage ?f the Bankrupt Law now before it ? It will cost but a few dollars to have a Meeting in the Park some evening at 8? and ton) <lf> great good. The advocates of eternal bondage to the bankrupt make up by incessant effort for the ??mallncss of their numbers. Th?r* <* danger?though wo trust not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 July 1841

THE NEW WORLD , ? ?si urn M0!T'??"t"'|irce pollnr. a lear. aabacriptioa Pr'"' ., rontwit? for thii week's num. r ii ;?*- are the principal t-o?' :hc Mio? mg art tee PJJT cUVe : Kcreral """^ gee work by Benjamin DTi . ?jtenTtW e? Discovery of Witchcraft," and ^?h, the ??lVr^on,wmB* .ntclesare from proof sheets, in -awk? of the People." ' Bntrv or England, absoce of jrubbcanon ^^^a full Report of the Anniver II, r, rccBi VvutA >' ,.MI| gi*art of the Young Ladies, (offimencernent. / ?1 tohn** the ?hole ol gre*" rI,_A Winter in the Azores, with spirited III. ^'?tvT-%Ut*tti by Joseph and Henry Bullae, a.-.I graph* s* ?J?^4,01*05,by George Cntikshank. with an jy. *'*^^rMV0 comical Illustrations by the same inimitable l::ji?n?t. cM<p A yrAr?Six columns of this capital story in jit, of thrilling interest. ? Tut ilb?USTS** or Sr. t ATuraisKs?Mount Suiai, a fine Tns S"" Boos?Containing The Dying Spaniel ; The a-of Yealcej Electro Magnetic Clock; Spanish Gipsies ; ._~ of t? o Seamen?and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 July 1841

.. .?limiBII ||M|||M.,BM1I-??SUsf From The New-Yorker. Ccltcrs from the itlebitfrrancan BY AN AMERICAN LADY. \,,. x.Morocco, It41. I OUGHT to time all my letters to yon frorn ' Tie R>*<f the House.' for realiv I tltink the .lay oafirosbed if. w.ier^ri 1 am, 1 do not past the last boor of lieht on the terrace. ?' -ur?et call t. prayer always finds me (if at nboose) on ?' roof exploring the n?gbbwhood, watching the "J-JJ"^ play in the open court, or therervants ^^^naolry evening' men!, or the women chatting at the er? l , ,., kx* into the patio. The men are ~?ZgZ?? they smoke their pipe, and rat tbear ?%?Z% i(ilv r... the apartment,. ^\Mm^^^Lid0g the chil clink*, on a mat spread on the ffgTof wav. I dare dren oeca-ionailv ,n a **^?S&**t? "jj torn lo say a regular bred MoorJ^-JJ J J^gJ j,ia,.eil, if i ittors and of no mure act ?um u.a .,, i,: were,o engage in a game of rempr with his little ones. They are in general mild, but not affectionate fathers. Speaking of roof scenes,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 July 1841

'in, **<*r4 Co 1'Ubj, ?rs ' ??. Bit/, ?I? ??; "tit. ? u, lo>j ???. >%i?J Hi. ?U "">:! MM ?r? 1*? ?'. It* 157 ?I, OH tt* BY HORACE GREELEY. PRICE ONE CENT. THE OT-iOBK TRIB?NE I nublished srery morning, at No. rttt Ann-streot, New-York. tad delivered to City Subscribers for ONK CENT l>or copy. Matl PotiTiber?. t* per sr.num m advance : otherwise $& TTBMS or ADTP.aTlSTNC_fOa ?ICH iOVr.BTIStMl MT 0? fca !iii"? or t*??'over ?ia), first inwrtioa. ?JO eta. Oo for oseh subsequent insertion.... S3 ** l\o. (or "ilx insertions, or one week.51 SO ?>o. for 2"wruty-flve insertions, or ene month.85 00 Lenrer Advertiixsrornts at equallv favorable rate*. ftrFlee lines, half .the above ruts-; Two tines, one-fotirth of ;t??e r es?payable in all c?w? in advance. T HE T R I B ? N E , NEW-YORK, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY "0 Sssctitt. of Tit e Law.?The heart of every right-minded man must, tremble with apprehension at the fearful outrages upon Law, Justice und Public (?rder which aie bunt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 July 1841

THE T R 1 B F NT E. NEW-YORK, FRIDAY MORNING. J1T.Y ^O.Jgjj-. T lorn nnv 4 hnptrr of Barnnbr BnHjr. red wterdnr by the Kirrni M eiern, and now ar.i published in this t onntrj, wr In?? pai.'?-. J I or an Editorial on Lynch I.n.v, nee ??i pnge. M Know Washwgtos.?(Jxicintellie^e from Washington, from tho most authentic source, is that all the Whiff Men sures will Ih- passed at this Session. The Banfcntpl Law ,he Nation] Bnnk-thc Land Bill, the Revenue Bill will all l..-er.rr.e law, in doe lime. We exhort the irienda of Mr. Clav mid Mr. Webster in this city to quiet then-jealousies and their bickerings about not hin?, and emulate the example of Aoee great patriots themselves. They are bound togeth? er in 1'nion, in concert, and in council for the be?t good of their C'ountrv. It will be -'w>n seen that they have arteil in harmony, and that their united efforts will once more re*ton ;i sound Currency to the Country. We believe John Tyler to be a* pntriritic as James Madison, and we dou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 July 1841

MONEY MAKKET. c- nt the mock Excbnn?e. j?lT do.cash Nt"" l; w ?i". |7?, " JO t)0..11*1 *.c"h do .lo..?3d. ?i do Harlem.bGod ?.,? ?;00 do du. 25J ? ?d. do.bcody. a? 25 i? bM ell 51 do do.?Jd. 25j ^ Trust. H! M do do.*30?s i !: a.? d?0V.'eoab *?il59 do do.?Cod. 251 ?'? * 2?.IM-- Hi C d.. AabifcSyraRR.... 90 ? " ' I.,ra x'ha'n'k. M* 50 do Pit*rson R R.. bCOd 521 '. rknf<tatr.\.V. S5 j 10 do Canton Co. M\ lto VndctMirg. :ij is do do. :c jfcftawk RR-83 t otii?t? i < i"l and Man j .TIattera. - Thurtdcy, P. M. . wrr' a iitll" better to day, aod the amount of business was . j 8. Bank rold at 17?, a decline of jr, Virksburg improved j. lUrlem i. Delaware and Hudson j, N. V.Trust j. [a Mite Stocks tue .ales were : j oou Krntacky Sixes. j? j f,,, \.liana Bonds.. 5?j 2,00)1 Indiana Sterling Bond.. Cos. Pai <e ?lies exhibit a shade falling on" from previous sales. . tk? firrat Weatern we learn that American ?to, k? in Looden ?c: almost ?isgnant. It i? ?tatrd that nil the State, had paid...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 July 1841

? A R N R U D G E. 3 Xrb) ?dJoxh bi> 35oj. CHAPTER XXL r kom the woikshop of the Golden Key, tb< rc i??ued forth a tinkling sound, so n.eir\ and gopd-butnorcd, thniit sug eested the idea ofsome one>orking bHtbely.and made gotte easant music. No one who hammered on atji doll monoi .n.irhi h?vo been a.coppersmttn,.ana son own .o. ....... ?^?h ??? r"d<? d m if he would Lave brought some harmony out or it. Tink tir.k link?dear as n silver bell, nr..! aurtitde at ev? er, pause of the streets' harsher noises, n? though it said, " I don't care; nothing put* r?? "'"i I arn resolved to be bap v " Women icoWeJ, children squalled, heavy ran? w*n' rumbling by, horrible cries proceeded from 'he lungs of haw? kers" atillit struck in ajrnin. no iiif-h'-r, no Iwwer. no louder, no .?fter; n"t thrusting itself on people's nntiee n bit the inore for bnvinc been outdone by louder sounds?tir.k, link, tink, link, tin!:. It was a perfect embodiment of the still =mal! viice. fre? fiom nil cold,...

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