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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 August 1842

and's asking him, and insisting upon an answer, whether he would have refused to present the peti? tion if it had been sent to him ? The whole subject was finally laid on tht table by the decisive vote of 166 to 17. Mr. Fillmorz offered a resolution calling on the Secretary of the Treasury for the amount of duties collected since June 30. Oa Mr. Fillmors's motion the Army Appropri? ation bill was referred to the Committee of the Whole. The House thea took up the resolution of Mr. Everett tkat the reasons of the Secretary of War for declining togive information are not satisfactory. It was debated a little by Mr. Ccshing when the Ditto to John Tyler's Thin! Veto was received and rend. [This latest (we wish we could say lail) abomination of our accidental tyrant may be found on the first page.] Mr. C. J. Ingersoll gave notice that he should offer resolutions authorizing the Collection of re? venue by duties established by act of March 2, 1833; and changing the 20 per cent, duties ad v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 August 1842

For Tbe Tribune. MY SPIRIT'S BRIDE. I. VThks Evenin? spreads her robe of gloom OVr nil tbe scenes of busy day. And hides within his nightly tomb The Sun's expiring ray,? Unwatcbed I leave the haunts of men, And from the crowded city gndc, Thai I may muse o?s thee again. My ewn?my Spirit's Bride ! If. Reclining on a mossy bed,? Beside some softly murmuring stream, Whose mu?ic soothes my aching head.? Of heaven and thee I dream. Thy tones of love I seem to hear? I seem to sec thee by my side; And ob ! 1 hold communion dear With thee?my Spirit's Bride ! III. What though another claims my caro, And 'mindsme of ray plighted vow? She heareth not the fervent prayer My lips are speaking now. What though cold-hearted Duty calls. And bids me hasten to her side ? Upon my ear the mandate falls In vair.?my Spirit's Bride. IV. What though my babe, with laughing eye Essays to speak its father's name? Till midnight I regain to sigh, And hide my pain -?nd shame. For, though to speak it be a sin, And...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 August 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Ir v a It) i :h -< every morning, at No. 30 Am ?irret. New-York, anl" delivered to Oky Subscribers fo N'NK CENTSperwejek. Single copie? Two Ceuts. Ma.l Sul?<crrbers,f4 peranncrri.iii advance, ami the pape k> no cave<-?/)iirued beyond the lime tor which it U paid. 9ahse?rptfcfa< taken for S.x Months. 'I ernw of Advertising....Kor each Advertisement of PEN i.o<- (tri ?(oversht) first Insertion. 50 cv.it . rkV (been b snlxeqncet insertion. 25 " do. for SIX insertion*, or one week.....$] 50 " do. fbrTVK KNTY-F1VK insertions. 5 ?0 " Longer Adv?ri:?meot? at ?-qnaJiy favorable rates. Marriage*, Religio us and Funeral Notices, not exceed., fiv* fln??. 2r> ceiiK CP Tl.o WEEKLY TRIBUNE,a very laTge paper, lor the Country, ii published every Saturday morning, at'thr iiw ;,<-ic?- ot 5u per amtnm, in advance. T5k Tiu 1 One. Tariff ox S*i.t.?Vaxions causes are com? bining to ii'i'iro, we fear seriously,' the manufac? ture of Salt in the central pati of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, ATOt'ST 12. l?-12 EF ' J. W.' (who write* u?ahus;ng 'A-Moriatinn.'! is wel? come to ?top our paper r hen he please*, hut not to control its columns, except v> tar a- he ra*y choose to purchase a space in it, i? others do. The articles on Association will henceforth appear tri-weekly, but only because we are net able, under the pressure of important matte-, to fire more space to them, and the triends of the cause are not able top?.? for it. If they chose to pay for a farther space, they ihould renainly have it. On what ground would'J. W.' have us refuse them ' As to our own recent remarks on the subject, they were called out by those ?fan opponent, who claimed to l>e beard; and was indulged. 4 J. W.' may disin bis fears that oar sympathy with the cause of' Association,' or rather with t'-e trodden millions it ?eeks to elevate, and which it alone ap? pears to offer practical means of elevating to comfort ami the dignity of manhood, will weaken our po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 August 1842

Pro-ore ss ?0.-:?, ' im disgusted'tooffen ' ?xving to pub uvw^ftJ^r^ieWao't foV'i^te loW of the true, bu; ??? thnjr ,c-wa seIB?l^.puFp'o?e3t:-:-B-it nutwitbstar: !'.'^ 'h-iKi dra4bae*!^ ?ac knowi.-dg* . ;?^B. age und C?U?Srv ^..j^eersi i-mIv rtuii..'? v aetjifityj ahd'.'pro^r??^" Bcave "pirir- are \\ her*'Rework tor fiction},peace. :. mperancf and education, ETetwher-.Mht' wra'ds i.f rast?* and sect are melting bo5*te?4be.m; evp-ry where dawns trre- gulden twilight of universal lov! Many are working for all these thing*, who have but the dimmest insight into the infinity of their relations and the eternity of their results. Some, perchance, could they perceive the relation that each bears to all, would eagerly strive to undo what they are now doing; but, luckily, heart and hand often work for better things than the head was of. _ [Mrs. Child. 1 am on Oatb ?A lawyer not over-young nor handsome, in examining a young lady, a witness in Court, made attempts to confuse her, and thus to r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 August 1842

For The Tribune. RANZE l)i:S VACH KS. 3V AltiUSTt'S SNOOG R*SS. (I have somewhere mm tt stated, though where I do, not now recollect; that such ? the love of Hie Swiss lot their, na? tive Country, that their Na?onil Airs'. whentttng.to s?wi*s Soldier? in toreigu ?ierrice, Las' often all? d ihctn w itlt a me? lancholy which sometime* terminated ind?. ail:) Sisg me the Song t loved to hear When in my unlive home, among The friends my anxious heart held dear: ? The Song that we so oft have sung. It soothes my soul, and brings again Mv song-loved Mountains to mit.e eyes? l roam m?ce more the r?.?cky plain Beneath my own, tny native skies. Let me :he Alps behold on?e more. And o'er their l?fty sunimtts tread. And hear the GaYaract's ? tunning roar, As wild it seeks its r?tjky bed. Let me a hooter once again The swift chamois, like light, pursue. He flies?he die-; I but ail in vuin? My aim is now, as ever, tiu-'. Let mo-bo: stand where Urlacu stood And see the Atfstrian tyrants fly - They...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 August 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE !? published every morning, at No. SO Ann street, New-Tork, and delivered te? Cky Snbseribera for MNE CENTS per week. Single copies Two Cents.? Mail Subscribers, $4 per aunura, in advance, and the paper in no case continued beyond tbe time for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. Term* ef Advertising-For each Advertisement of TEN lines or less (orer six) first insertion..... 50 Cents. do. forea h subsrqnent insertion.,. 25 " da for SIX irewrtions, or one week..|2 50 " da for TWENTY-FIVE insertior.-^. 5 ?0 ? Longer Advartisments at equally fa;i.irable rates. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding five l:n?s. 25 cents. ?T The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, is published every Saturday morning, at th* ow price of $2 per anaum, in advance. , THE T RI B U N E . Tue Went Koxbury Community. (From a private lettar from a gentleman who is a mem? ber of the Community known as Rev. Mr. RIpIey's at Wes Roxbury, Mass. we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1842 1 r The Great National Annual Fair of the Ameri i .u! Institute will open ai Niblo's Garden October 10th. 1812. The 7tt> and 8th are receiving day*. Notices from Exhi? bitors already indicate an Immense display. TT Advertisers will please hand in their advertisements for Monday's paper, before 9 o'clock this evening. fX?* For a Letter concerning the West Roxbury Community?A Letter from Henry Clay?Letter from Putney, Vt. am! Sundry Item?. See FitBt Page. (IT* For a Poem and a Letter from the N. E. Boundary, Sec Last Page. From Washington. Our letters this morning are silent as to the effort to perfect and pass another Tariff bill. No doubt the attempt will be made, unless it is un? derstood that .lohn Tyler will Veto any Tariff bill which Congress may pass which does not uncon? ditionally surrender tie- Land Distribution. That cannot be. Th*: Richmond Enquirer says that ryler will veto any hill like Mr. Simmons's, even tbough "o duty ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 August 1842

^ei ;fl*-?lreet, on the My of Henry Jackson, colored rear, I .native of Ncw-Jerrey, aged about4-5. Tbe deceased was II intemperate man, and b^ing attacked with bowel con> I Jint on Monday nisht. and having no physician, died i n 'fursday night. Verdict: Died of Cholera Morbus. [ focKP Dkowsio.-The Coroner held, to-day, at li:c ^.lo-House, an inquest on the body of the man who-was ^sk) draw nc<l at the foot of Fieteker-street. He was id?-n ?]5d as a Spaniard called Indien Joe, aged about 25 year*, brndict: Found drowned. ?j WaR, PfSTtf.encs and Famtne?with all their horrible H^in?may .stalk over tbe land: the thunder of England's rtunon may roar in oar harbors; the Earthquak?,may ope.i Is ponderous jaws to engulph our cilitens; hail stones and of fire may rain down upon our heads?and yet, so j <pz as tin* inestimable Lozenges and Pills of Dr. Peter? are rfcrt! within our reach, we may call ourselves the happie t jton on the Earth.?And why? because all these accumv. [jp^t lio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 August 1842

WHY SHOULD I LOVK THEE ? BY J. S. Ol? SOLLE. Why should I love theo 1 Thou so altered! Soicoid; so passionless! The hand \Vhicli erst ?o much at parting faltered? The cheek which blushed at meeting?and The eyes whose eloquent depths of jet, So much of silence could redeem? I bey haunt mo with their sweetness yet, But ah ! how changed they seem ! Why should I love thee, thou false-hearted ? I i. >u stnii'st, but smil'st no more for me! The bloom hath not thy lip departed, Thy voiCO hath ?'tili its witchery. But looks Hnd words, though they bewitch me. ( in paint no love, where love in not; 1 by very kindnesses but teach mc Mow much I am forgot! \S by should I love thee ? Why repine ? rhy lip some other fond lip presses ; Thine arm some other's *rms entwine; Thy check ?some other check caresses; And though t<> part with thee be sadness, On I God ! how difficult to bear, i o hope to win thee now were madness ! To love thee wore despait ! Our K?Ntera Bonn <tnry?The River Ht....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 August 1842

THE NEW-YORE TRIBUNE It published every morning, at No. SO Am ?irret, N**w-York, aad delivered to Cky Subserilier? fo> NBNE CENTS per week. Single copies Two CentA? Mail Subscribers,$4 per annum, tu advance, and the papet in no case continued beyond the time for which it i* paid. .Subscriptions taken for Six Months. Terms of Advertbang.... For each Advertisement of TEN lines or Je? (over six) first insertion. 50 Cent*. do. Ibrea h robsegueat iriaertion... 25 14 da for SIX insertions, or one week.........|1 50 M do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 90 " Longer Advert'rxment* at equally favorable rates. Mamagec, Uchgious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding five tine*. 25 cent*. ET The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, is published every Saturday morning, at ?V ov price of $2 per annum, in advance. T HE TRI B UNE. Critical and Miscellaneous Writings or T. Noon TaLFOUXD?Author of Ion. In one volume. Philadel? phia. Carey k Hart; New-York, Wiley k Putnam. The author of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 August 1842

tME TRIB?NE. MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1842. XT Central Clay Committee.?The Delegates u this Committee are requested to meet on Tuesday live? ning I6ih August, at 8 o'clock, at the Committee Room, Na? tional Hall. By order, CONRAD SWEET, James E. Beers, Secretary. aJS 2t Chairman pro tern. XT An Adjourned Meeting of the Whig County Convention will be held Tbts (Moncia)) Evening, at Eight o'clock, at the Broadway House. PHILLIP.HONE, President JiftEH Bull, > sWrrtirki Henrv A. Hurlbut, ] ^rytar es- It JIT In Washington Citv the Tribune maybe had at F. LUFF'S residence, mar Tlnrd-strcct, at 3 cents pet copy, and delivered to subscribers at their residence for 5f cents per month, or 12j cents per week. O" The Tribune can be obtained in Philadelphia s Zieber's News Office corner of Third and Dock-streets, anrj will be served regularly to those who request it at 12Jcent< per week._ IT The Ureat National Annual Fair of the Ameri can Institute will open at Niblo's Garden October 10t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 August 1842

Outrage.?The St. Charles, (Mo.) Advertiser gives an account of a horrible outrage committed bv some eight or nine men calling themselves re? gulators, upon two travellers upon the river road, near Martha'sville, Warren county, in that State. These men were on foot in search of employment at tbey stated themselves, when they were seized bythe regulators, tied hand and foot to a tree, ami so severely flogged that one of them was left under the care of a physician, and the other is missing, supposed to be dead. One of the regulators ha? been arrested, recognized by tho sufferer, and wiJi be tried for the offence. No cause is assigned for the outrage, except that the travellers were suspi? cious looking persons, and there was great excite? ment in Warren county in consequence of the re? cent assassination of Dr. Jones. SnocxiNfi Dkpravjltt.?Alderman Hoffner yesterday committed to orison a black woman, the keeper of a low den in Small-street, on tfV complaint of the relatives and friends...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 August 1842

HOURS OF JOY. FROM THE CREEK OF ARISTOPHANES. Ateven title, when the beautiful sound, Sines on the wind from the olive ground, And the nightingale's breath is stirring the vine, Aod the sun is pawing from every shrine; And tbe cheek of the cottage child gleams with a saiile, And the eyes of tbe mother gmw brighter tbe while,? Child of gladness, how joyous then The light of thy path 'mid the haunts of men. When the little one lifts its voice of glee, And a checquer of light is under the tree, And flowers are scattering over tbe floor. And the young men lean at the cottage door, And the aged awl young come gathering round tl*-e, And the heart of the widow laauhs when she hadi found Cbi.d of gladness, lw>w frank ar.d free. [thve? Tbe merry sound of tby steps shall be! In the shade of the elm when the day-beams depart. The plane-leaves shall murmur peace to thy heart, Tbe bough* of the poplar shall shadaw tby seat, And the i hildien in jnyfolness play round thy leet, The light of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 August 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE If published every morning, nt No. 80 Am W.treet. New-York, and delivered ta Cky Subscriber* fo? ""MINE CENTS per wee*. Single copies Two Cents. 09 Mail Subscriber*,^ per annum,i>i advance, and the pape. ptfl no case continued beyond ??e time fbr which it is paid. Sabsoriptions taken fbr Six Months. Terms of Advertising.... For eat.h Advertisement of TEN lines or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents do. forea h subsequent insertion. 25 " no. for SIX insertions, or one week.tl 50 ? do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 M ?? Longer Advertisroent* at equally favorable rates. Marriage*. Religiot? a?d Funeral Notices, not exceeding Sie biias. 25 ceuts. CT The WEEKLY TRVBUNE, a very large paper. 0? the Country, is published every Saturday morning, at uV ow price of" $3 per annum, bi advance. the TrTb une. ~~ gtsraioga?TraYeIii?E?FoRctfja, Follie?, Anasements, rVotnblr?, &c. Correspondence of The New-York Tribune. Union Hall, Sabstoga Springs, August 15,1842. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 August 1842

T Ii E t h i is I ix- ?. TUESi; v > Oi.MT!0'*, A' Gl S I 1G. 1842. U trnlrtil Clay C? ttitnitte*.?'1 be Delegate: t*? 11 1* CMMfttHtC*Hf* eqUc?tr it. 111. f on i ... * ilU) BWf n.ie? ltiMi Ab. um, at 8 o'clock, m? tbe ? umiidttec it'om. Na? tional Kall fty order, t.ON RAI? SWEET, Ja.mi.s E. Be?.rs, Secretary, a 15 a Ctuurcun pio leru. TT The (.rut National Annual Fair of the Ameri? can Institute Will ,.pei? at Nitdn'stiardtnOitober lOtb, 1842 *l he 7tu ?tut 8th are receiving days. Notice* irom Exhi' bi.ois already iudicata aii imnirw?e iii?pl?y. TT W. M. R. of Erie, ???. is informed that ihe article tc which he adudes fn?t appeared in the American of this city. We know nothing farther. _ H7"* A Loc Cabin Acquaintance' is requeued to give ui his name, and stale any fact* establishing the imputation; he make?or> individual character. Anonymous charges uc not deserve attention. (Ef* For a Letter from Saratoga?anoth? er from Henry Clay?a third from Auburn ?Benton on a TarifF in 18...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 August 1842

ft TT Whig State Courention.- \ State Cos 1 rcNTioi?. lo be Composed of Delegal? from ibe several | / Couu?e* in the State, equal to their representation in the House of Assembly, will be held at Syracuse, on Wednes? day, the ?ib day of September next at 12 o'clock at noon, for the purpose of nominating candidates for the offices ot Governor and Lieut. Governor, to be supported by the Whig Electors of this State, at the ensuing election, and to transact such other business as may be deemed proper by \ the Convcnt'on. <A Tbe Whig Electors are r? spectfnlly requested lo meet in j County Convention in their respective counties, and appoint J their Delegates to the State Convention, and die Central Corresponding Committee for their respective counties, and transmit the names of socb committee, with their ad? dress, to the Chairman of the State Committee, at Albany. Albany. June 12,1842. LEWIS BENEDICT, 1 JOHN TOWNSEND, SAMUEL STEVENS, State Centra JOHN TAYLOR. V JAMES HORNER; 1 Commi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 August 1842

FLIGHT OF THE INDIAN MAID. ' J Fragment ffom an Unpublished Poem. BY W. H. C. ItOSMEK. ? . ? ? * * ? Griping the bloody weapon fast;. Alive to every wandering sound, A hurried glance the Maiden cast The shadowy encampment round -. Witless dreamed on the robber-band Of brother slain by woman's band *, No warrior in hi* blanket st irred : Waves wrangling with the rocks she heard; And murmur winds around the trees, Mournful at times and wild by starts, As if imprisoned Dryades Were wailing in their knotty haart*. Streaming in agitato*! air Waved in looso Hakes her unbound hair; While lambent and electric! light By fits revealed tbe lake to sight, Giving the surge a fiery crest And chasing darkness from it* breast. Treading upon the grassy sod As if her foot with moss were shod? Fled on her errand Wunmothay, Nor paused to list or look behind, While groves of outline undefined Before her darkly lay. Boldly she plunged their depths within, Though thorns pierced through her mocca And the b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 August 1842

TH.fi NEW-YORK TRIB?NE jit published every morning, at No. SO Am ?streeL Nene-York, and delivered la Cky Snbserdxrs fbi " NJN15 CENTS per week. Single copies Two Cents.? eMail Subscribers,$4 per cnnnni,ij advance, and tbe pape> ? p m no case continued beyond tbe lime for which it is pale, ^abseription* taken for Six Months. Terms of Advertising.... For eatb Advertisement of TJJN lines or leas (over six) first insertion..... 50 Cents jo. forea b subsequent insertion. 25 " I tor SIX insertion*, or one week.........11 50 " 1 do. for TWENTY-FIVJE insertions. 5*0 ? I^nper Advortismenu at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religion* and Funeral Notices, not exceeding |t? lir.*s. 25 cents. ET The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for tbe Country, is published every Saturday aieming, at tb? ew price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE._ S*r?t*?a~Cfanrcfae? | Viaiter* ; History j Hotels, A c. &c. Correspondence of the Tribune. Uniojc Hall, Saratoga Springs, > Monday morning...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 August 1842

THE TRi?UlNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1?, 1842. TT The Great National Annual Fair of the Ameri? can Institute will open at NibUVs Garden October lOtb, 1842. The 7tb and Sth are receiving days. Notices from Exhi? bitors already indicate an immense display. For a Letter from Saratoga?Ab? stract of Dorr's Letter?Tyler's Opinion of Clay, and an Association Article, see First Page. (LT* For a Foem and a Visit to New Brunswick see Last Page. The Message or Go v. Seward will un? doubtedly reach the city at an early hour this morning. If so, we shall publish it in a Second Edition. F.xtra copies for sal?: at the desk. DGr" Thelntelligeaicerand private correspondents ?ay that the Report of Mr. Adams on the Veto Message, was to have been made in the House yesterday morning. Our readers rnay therefore expect it to-morrow without fail. It will, without doubt, be a most powerful and interesting jdocu ment?though we understand that it will recom? mend no definite action on the part of Congress,...

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