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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 31 July 1841

BY II OK ACE GREELE.. PRICE OSE CENT. ME .Vt'W-V?RE TRIBUNE . | *yery mornrng, ?t No. 30 Ana-street, New-York, !' '! ?vre- i f, City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail llticrOier?. V pe" ?""?m ,n sdvanc? : otherwise res*? e' *D?r.?TiMNc_roa r*cn advertiskme.'it of ime? or less (over sin-), fint iiisertion. SO cte. r (?r rwh ??'??oiJent >u.-ertion K for Kix insertions, er one week.Si SO V TweulT-flrr insertions, <>r #i:e mouth.??5 OO ' ' L?ni':r Ad sortis* mcnla at equally favorable rates. ., pirr lines, half tbe above mir.; Two lines. one-fourth of '. rstee?('stable in .ill cic?e? in advance. ii I t r i |Tn e. nT.U-YOKK. SAiTKDAY MORNING, JULY 31. 0X5RT Clav.?The Baltimore American gives the fol Laisg extract from the letter o!' a gentleman who had niat i3ffl? days in Washington. The tribute to theh'gh r-Jities a'i'i generous hearing nf tin- fireat W estern States ?j2 jj as just as it is discriminating and eloquent. I? you pats from the Executive Mansion to the magnifi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 31 July 1841

THE T R I B V N E. NEW.YORK, SATURDAY MDRNINGj Jl.'I.Y 31, 13 51. XT Ths under?igne?J im great pleasure in anuourH ir.g to hi? fnen?l? asd the public that h? hs.? forme?! a copartnership with Tmovv? McEt-eath, and that Thi. TUMWC will hereafter b* puk* lubed by himself and Mr. M. urelerthe firm of GREELCY A HcEL KATH. Th- j-ii.i i}>?. Editorial ?-harg<! of the paper will -till W wiih the subscriber j a bile th? entire krutneaa inmagemcni of the Concern henceforth devolves npon hi- psrtiwr. This arranger-ient. while it relieve, the uuder.igiird 1'rotn a large portion of the labor, and cures which have pressed besvi'y upon him for the but four mouth-. a-.ur-s to the paper efficiency sad ?trength in h department where tbey have lulh?rto been needed ; and I cannot be mistaken in the trust that the accession to its conduct of a gentleman ?boha l? ice been honored with their suffrage, for an important station, m ill strengthen TMe Tai hohe in the confidence and affections of the Whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 31 July 1841

?fcs _ ?^- - MOjNEF MARKET. kini. > ?t the Stock Bzrbancr. J??> ?'J0 ?J5 do ??.?*?? "\ S ? Mona?kKK ...50d 60 :w do .?v., :!, m doStoai-pto-RR.... 34 jo do ?o.......?? " ~ io uo.b30da M 6 do Del- * liru, }(? 1 do do. 3 ., 25 do do.^ Jo do. 3, *' "o .*>"?c"h ,02 ? do do.s30d. 34 y> So N A Trust.? ? ?? g. do do.uCuU, 53 do do..>JJ (<10 l!o Harlem.?3d -JJi I? ll" d?Sm. M 50 do do.sl?ds 25 i" ?o do.b?0d>? riW joNJKKoad. T-j 7S do do. ??-?-**? 7.1 doLIslRRd.s3ds 52J M do FoRoO Bsn"^-- - ,? i M d? d().kl0,,. . ? SO do Commerce o?~-- 5| . Vj do , aterson.>ii?k 514 M do IB. oi to-n- K |(J Jo C(tlltoIlCo. .VJ doFarui"-s iru?-..-- ?? t'ssrx-rnerciril nnd .Tion y .Tinner*. - Friday, P. M. A moderate i> ?ine?? was dont 8lotk "oa"J ibi? morning. and nrice*declined a shade generally. Delaware and Hud?.n fell oil North American Trust and Vickburg ] ; Harlem Rail Road { : ^tm jrr%ry j; Canton ? ; United State, Kank improved it. f x, n?*?r.?Foreign? There 1? a niederste bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 31 July 1841

I, A R N A B V R UDG E. a Xcto HiLot-fc bp ?05. CHArTEK XI.I!. The Royal East-London Volunteers made a brilliant sigh that day: funned into lines, squares, circle?. triangle-1. *,-,< what not. to the beating of drum, and the streaming of flags and performed a va?t number of complex evolutions, in ?I e-f which Serjeant V?rden bore a conspicuous j>art. Hnvit.t displayed their military prowess to the utmost in these war like shows, they marched in glittering order "? CbelseaBun house, and regaled in the adjacent taverns until dark. J bei at ?'>nnd of drum they fell ii: again, anil returned amidst th< ehouting of His Majesty's lieges to the place whence thej csm^. The homeward march being somewhat taro. "w;n-. ! the on-soldierlike behavior of certain corporals, who, beuis gentlemen of sedentarv pursuits in private life and excitaou ..?t of doors, broke several windows with their bayonets,,ani rendered it imperative on the Mmnasuading officer todelivet thorn over to n strong ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 August 1841

P.Y GREELEV ?fc McELRATH. j>KfCE ONE CENT. TflE MW-YORK TRIB?NE - nabliahecl every roorumg, at No. 30 Anw-street, New-York, ?' ; | deliver*?.! i?< City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mid ! '.lrlJ^.r. J4 per siinjm in mlvbace : otherwise $0. TERM* 1>r ADVFKTH1VG-FOR EACH ADVERTISEMENT Of Ten haes ?r (over fir,,t in'"*rtl"". Cts.. r'. , ? ivseb su! se?(ueut insertn.Ti. !dt5 ** ?v ;,r !*ix insertions, or one we.-k .1 JO for Twenty-Arc ":",,rtlo"?. or an* month.r*3 GO I.onr. r Advertisements ?t equally fivom?le rate?. y f Five lie1"-. ba!f the above rates: Two lines, one-f'iur-.ri o! i(te rate??payable in all oases in advusce. T U E T It I ? ? N E , _. Terin. .N. J. .N. V. .Mass. .N.-Y. .Vu. .N. Y. V.U-VOKK, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2. ilphubr'ira! Lint of Mrnibir? of Com gross? ilousic?Arranged by Partie?. WIHOS.111. ?igj.Mass. Lane.Did. , .fj.Geo. Lawrence.Penn. . ,s.Maine Linn.IS. Y. W.Kv. AlalJoiy.V'a. ??Jrews, S. J.Ohio Marshal), T. F.Ken. Mus.in, S.Oliio Mattiiot.Oliio ...

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

T H E T R l B UN E. NEW-YORK, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1841 I'or nn Alphabetical I.ist of each Party in Iii? Hon*?of R> pn iirnCiil.?-tt?-r from K?-rlt?rsir? <o. Jlaw, und other orisitinl mntlrr ????? first pajf ?"r?r a notice of ' A rctnrui,' and Literary JEx Jrtu-t-., nee Laatt I'isijr. CCT By reference to tin- fjongressionnl pr?--f< dings ;t wil be ,,.ori that th<- Revenue Bill parsed trie Ho'i^ on Saturday by a vote of 116 to 101. _ df" We arr- compelled, by a prcwof interesting intelli geace, t.. postpone our review of the Turk Meeting'* Resolve .hostile to Protection. \ry o?r corr-vporidont - Stranger" writes u* from Wash ington that the Bank bill will be vetoed by President Tyler unless the right reserved to Congress to establish Branche? without the consent of tbc States be stricken out We ha*., not room this morning for 'he reasons he gives, nor do ws. think it necessary- to publish them. If the President shal 1?. constrained to Veto that important bill, he wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 August 1841

LAWYKRS' MARY.Vutu-ti ?? AugnttTern Superior Cour?, 'no lrials or Argumenta except by special order.)_? Citj Jt?filig^? Reported for tie fig;?** IV&une, UNITES States Cibccit Cocrt. July 31.-Before Judge ^"V"" tt m i t>?.?r Ward, seamen, were tried for attempt James Hw. and JWjgJJ, brig Triumph. Moxen roaster, mg to make . revolt Orlfana to this per- h was fin h?*r ate vovarc trora . , ,. r ? ? . ,, ? Z.rr both iiisubor.lmate -ad dtsobeved orders preyed dtat HOlcalled the Capuin a d-d liar, M bun on the inooth. and perpetrated other outrages. The jury found thembotte^ff . .. ... i mes Bvme was tried tor an asssult and battery with a dan. eer?*' ? weapon on one of the crew of the ship Scotland, to which .1 -~.?.Zd also was attached. I: appeared that an affray took nhtce between tbe parties, and mat Byrne -irew bu knife and liabbed Martin severely and dangerou-ly in the lower part of ihe ab<l?men. The offence was proved hy several of the Scot ijnJ'?crew, and the jury found B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 August 1841

It'tcrarj Xotirrs. AnCTVWS, A JoCKKAL or Rooks ivn Orrxwx. No. IX. A^?u?t. 1841. New-York, B?nj. (i. Tr.-v.-it. 121 Poltoa-sL We art? better pleased with this latest dumber of Arctarus than with any one of its predecessors. It has mure variety in its papers, arid the subjects discussed in its pages nre chosen with more discretion than it has exhibited heretofore, though it ha? never been notably deficient in s-itiier of these respects Its Editors are not t.>o arise ti learn, and their experience tbu? far in the conduct of a popular Magazine has been of essen? tial and marked utility. We look forward to the future course of Arcturus with high hope and with a sincere und earnest desire for its abundant success. We believe it to be a valu? able publication, not in the technical language of hewspepci puffery, hut in the best acceptation of the word. Its merit, unlike that of too many of it* cotcmporarie*. consists not in the skiil wi-h which it caters for low tastes, furnishes food f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 August 1841

^ \\X GR EKLE V & McKLKATIf. PBICE ONE CENT. THE NBW-YORI TBIBBNF, anlniniug Ihr Froceedinjfa of'4 'on - re. and other mCtn by lb?' ^southern Mail one day in ml vancc of ???> ?liier Fenny 1'uprr, i ?ttbltibeJ ??ery mornm*. at N,,. .giAnu-streei,New-York, .ad deiirareJ to City Subscribers for t >NE CENT (*r copy. Mtil s"uM;n<*r?. I1 l*r ?"UIMn 111 advance : otherwise i?. tum or iDvrKTrsi.se-for fach ADvtkTisEM f.jst or Tf? 'iBr,or Uws 'over m?). fir-t insertion. 3? eta. CjjBf nthsahnaaeHt rrssertioo. J3 ?? i?i,,r*iT Isssrlions, or our .k.sjl St) Cfi,r Twrn'T-fl^e iii.-erliuns, or sue month.?*3 OO ;.?urrr AdverUMraents nt equally favorable rttes. f,v Fire hm>. hilf thi u-ovo rate..; Two line., ouo-fourth of (jatrsiM-piyalde in all cases in advance. JF H E T R I B r \ I fftt'-YORK, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3. gptv Si anIi ihk Cr it*-* '?We have collected a la.-;;,. ,->r nt' paragraphs, showing that die Win at Crop of Illi? cit excellent, that of Virginia indifferent, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 August 1841

T II E T R I B ? N E NEW-YORK, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1341 For full ncronnt? of llio C'rop?. Bntp? of Cab I'OrffY, und olhrr itiiellisriire, <???? Firat Vase. Tor interesting KcToltitionary Rctui?ccn ci-a, Arc. net- i.nal I'njc?-. The Ckf.edof Loco-F oeotsx?No. IL?Protection .?Is should never bo forgotten bv the Country that the Jackson party obtained the control of our Government bydswMe^ealihf! and frt,ud upon the subject of Protection. In the contest ol 1828, Gen. Jackson refused to answer any inquiries with re? gard to this subject, but referred the friends of a Tariff to n b tt. r lie had written to Dr. CoJernan of North Carolina, ex pr-s.lv unerring and defending the doctrine of Protection. In the North he was urged as a Turin" man, in the South a for Free Trade.' The Vermont Patriot?a leading organ j of the party, edited by a brother of Isaac Hill?headed its j Editorial Ticket 'For Gt*n. Jackton und a Protective Ta? riff.' The New-York Legislature of 1827-8?strongly Ja...

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

rsr" V I B L 1 C IN EXTENSILE STO rfSt?u are doing at Urii sssssoe, he .. constantly re*eiv,, Jn*t received by VERY RICH MLKS Comprising every style thai il desirable and new. tmonr which are? folorfd Salin -trip-.) Gro de Afrinue. Heheresn, CBeer.Gro de Royal. rie/ilit ?tripod Blue Black Gro dc Afrique. Hear) reared HI*' Black and ?tripcd Repd, Kic-ifinired filks of erery-tvle plan Black and Blue Black (.ro de SWISS, (Jro de Rhine. Poi de Sol. Gro de S?|?., { rrry larre lot of plain .Silk*, mndn color*, s; p_(o'mhro<iu?, Cloth-, f i.Minere?. Satinets. V?-<tiri|r?. Drah de E ?ti2 3l MONK Vr MAllKET, 3.1 Jo SO uu gadjM at the Stock Eirhaace, Auguiit t. ?lures I'. S. Bank. If.}' 75 do do. 64} da. >C;| a doRniikofN'.V. 116 Ao A0.b3d? 1?;; 50 do Vielulinrg....b30d 5i j0 io ....s3ds If' 5" doMaah FirelatCo.. 93 ,l?ileJ. A Hud. 107}! 10 M-rclnmf. Ex Co. 23J do do.?60ds ll'7i 2.'. do Mohawk. CG co.IfiOds L' 8 1 50 do Poterioa.? 30d? 52 do-..e dsl07}' 51) do do. 58 do do. l?'7i 100...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 August 1841

|??jsnss?n?*^ Tu THE CRICKET_By John Cutchloy Pxince. THOU merry miri?tr?i of my coltnqe hearth, Again I hoar thy shrill and silvery lays: V\ here hast thou been these many, many days. Mysterious thing of music and of mirth I Thou sheuldst not leave thy brother Hard so long; Kaiiv without thee pass my evening hours. Idh-t thou been roaming in the field* and bower-. To shame the grasshopper's loud summer ?ong T? When poring o'er some wild, romantic b'>ok. In the hush'd reign of thought-awakening mght, I love to have thee near me. winged sprite. To cheer the silence of my chimney nook; For I have faith that the prophetic voice Foretelleth things whirl, come to make my heart rejoice. MEJS OF THEJU5VOLUTI0N. As ?050RED Rklit or THE RxvOLUT.05.?Dssocon Ephraim Herrick of Sheridan, now in his eighty-seventh year, lemuins to tell of deeds of other tiu.es. of " time, that tried men's souis." and he loves lo tell of Washington, of old Put and Baron Steoben. During the la-t week it was our...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 August 1841

BY GREELEY *fc McELRATH. ,"i:eCE OWE CENT. "THE MW-YO-RE TRlEi-NF. , ??tniniiill the Proc-*<?'dIn-<s of C?Hgr?M? and ?Uber News by the Noulbrru .11 nil on. ?inj in ad? vance of nny other Prnuy Pnper, l.pobli'teJ srery SaorniUf, at No. .tti AuM-sireat, New-Yo. k. .,?r,j in City Subscribers for ONK CK.NT per copy. ?Ii:! substrih'"!"?. P {'?r siuism -u advance: otherwise ?>. f|?l( Of AtJVrtRTISINC.-roa EACH AnvEr.TlS?..IE!-T or ?r;n litiMor lew !<w?t *t*). n>?t insertion. JJO ct*. rjt (or each lubsequont insertion. 44 'orMxinsertions,oroaeweek.)aj j?> D, far Twealy-uvs- insertions, or sc- a.ra.th.!?5 IK> LMiicr Advertisements at equally favorable rati -. j-*Fire lines, half the at >ve rates; Two line*, one-fourth of paSiaSM fsyahle in all cr.,e* in advance. T I! E T R I B UjN E , _ ?.. i-VwitK. WEDNESDAY MORNING, ALTg?ST 1 ji?<r Xkuj From Jacksonville?Confcxrion of '.tt, th\ Bank Robber.?Tbe Mail arrived from Juckson .,it half past 4, bringing letters to n fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 August 1841

T Ii 5 TRIB?NE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MJGTJST 4,1841. For a new Chapter of Bnrnnby Kndc?". re <?-ivrd yt-??. rdnj by the 4c*adia. and now Ural pab linhed in ihi* conatry, hit I.not I'tige. t or n fall rtcroMni of the I llinei? Bmnk Bob bery, nnd other luteMisenre, ??-?? Firsit Pnge. '.?All notices of Public M>< Kel-'giors, Politientf.**. oC?er mow to be delivered by Cle ry men visit ngourCiiy ?Vc.wi? "*c: spicuously published iu Tiu Tribune (if not exceeding six ?"c / ?" 25 cent* an insertion. _ T_T We cannot pal.lish the commUDicatloii of " >r"R-T- ""l wt ?iii take hold of the subject ?h.ch lie handles in due tins, and ?> thoronrhly as he can wish. But we shall war upon vice, and no. upon individual offenderr. _ TT ??Zeno"m.vhea..nredlhs. we shall prosecute the di-cu* . ..: ufthe Improvement of the Condition ?f the Laboring Classes ... ...on a-wees, find room. For -??? d?>? pressure upon ou . olumas of matter wh.ee must be published at onee has ber u unu.u ally ireat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 August 1841

i 1 KU AN EXTENSIVE STC .. stsAKS & DINGM ^assure. Ihe Pablm th* muscat ?J^^iTeoa.unU, receiv ~, oK>?t ofnurchants are doing ?t Uli soasou, _ Jn*t received by Comprising every style Uu? ? desiraWe 111 among which are? SsWaae Colored S.itn .iripeJ G"?!i, jfcliareuo, <*ftf^?fc Afrique, SSv?^ R ich figured Silks o<2?J g o dr gwjllh fJro > P-^/;;pJ;,,3?S-1lk..rnc.le color.. N. B -\T?oi'"r.^.. CiVtlui. .aerca, SotmeM, \ eatings, Drub de ati3 3t_ MONEY MARKET. im..]. * nt the Steels Kichnngf, Aujiul 3. i. r- a Bank. K.-' 50 do do.cash 34 ?'? \, ,j0 . ICj' in Jo do. bfiOd Mi ."' J. <j., . If.J' 75 do Harlem.<\dr 2 a .1'. ; d<> J,,. 16 SO do do.b:kl* 2.'?} *>> du VA Trust.. "i, 85 do do. SM{ at jn Pbeuu Bank. 9f> j 7j do do. 25 i- soAnier Kx Bank. 87 j 50 doLIslRRd. 53j jfl de Mohawk . C> 250 do do. 5-'| . ,.? it...t & I'rov U.R.. Wj! 00 do Patemon.bCOda 53* /, do btonington-M* :tiij ( ommrrcial nnd .Tloa.-.y ITIattern. - Tuesday, T. At T.? busine...

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

B A It N A B_Y RUDGE. SL Xriu gffotfc bp 15ot. CHAJPTt R XLIlt Next moraiug brought no .-uiisfactioti to the locksmith a thought.-', nor next ('ay. nor the next, nur many others. Often after night-fall he entered the street, aixl t?rm-*! hi? eyes to? ward th" well-known house; arid a? sorely as he did so, there was the solitary light, still gleaming through the cre? vices of the window-shutter, whileall within was rnoowuess, noiseless, cheerless, as a crave. CnwiUing to hazard .Mr. Haredalc'a favor by disobcy-ing his ?trict injtnnrtion, he never voiituicd to knock it the door or to makebis r?re?MJce known in any way. But wlienever strong ir.terest and curiosity at tractcH him to the spot?which was not seldom?the hght was always there. ... - , , , , If he could ha ve known whntrmsscd within, the knowledge wnnld have yielded mm no clue t.. this mysterious vigil. At twilight, Ha et'nle shut himself up, arid at daybreak be came forth. He never missed a night, always came and went id and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 August 1841

BY GREJELBl7 Sc McELRATH. T/TS MW-TOM T?IBHNF, f otitninitii the Pros-reding* of CottJrrett? nn<! other ?y>tr? by the Sioti Hiera .Tlnil one dn> in ad? snore of nuy other Pcnnjr I*ap?-r, Ii ",ab)i?a?.i ?vcry morning, ?t No.30 Ann-alreel,New-York, JrhweJ 10 City Sebicriberi fr.r OME CENT per copy, Atari - /.vriben. t* per annual 10 advance : otherwise %.\ tis-ms or ?pvKETifmc-rox rscn ai>vf.rtislm?-.st or Cfti uns* oe less (orer sk), first insertion. "?O cts. 0?, far asch subsequent insertion. ?13 ?a for Hix insertions, or ono week.jB. 1 JO (to for Twenty-five insertions, or mm month.ifS 00 Langer Advertisement* at equally favorable rates. f?r FirellCP'- half l?e above rates; Two Does,one-fourth ot rstes? payable in .ill oasc? la advance. T HE TRIBUNE. y.U-ynKK, THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 5 BiVKROPT Law?//* History.?On the 4th of April, IJfJO, Congress pa-tied n uniform Bankrupt Law. At this [nee the business of the country whs limited; the relations ktwecn debtor and credi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 August 1841

THE T R I B U N E, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1341. ; ' For i-.iiolhs-r new * hnpter of Bnrnnby Rudgr Ihr latent received in tili? conntry, urr I.uil P?i!'' I r for n variety of Editorial und F tin matter, Firm 5*a?te. ?.'Ail notice*ofPabtk Meetings, R*l gio--?. Political. Ac of ?*r Ron* to I.e. delivered l>v Clercvm-n vi.itni? our City. Ac will con? spicuously published iu The Tribune (if not exceeding "? !",e,/ 1 SC. e^nts uu nt*ertioiL _ 'ST Shade and sunshine alternate in our advices from Washington. Our- judicious friend write* that the Bank bill will go rJusoiJgh the House this week, and be approved by the President before the clo*e ..f next, and that all the mi portant measures of the Session will be perfected. He thinks Use hardest nil- will be; on the Bankrupt Law. Others, less sanguine, insist that the Bank di.T1e.1lty is not adjusted, and that the hill saust receive essential modifications or be re? turned with objection*?the latter, rao?t probably. W.- <i.. not pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 August 1841

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Publication Title: New-York Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 5 August 1841

BABNABY Rl'DGE. ?1 Xcto ggork ?n U05. They had walked on a few [races while speaking;,and were ? ? <v at the Hull-door, through which they passed together. Mr. Hiire.iuie, without any l-avo-takitiz, turned away to the river-stairs, wbtah were close at hand, and hailed the only boatrnan who remained then". But the throng of peopli?the foremost of whom had heard overy a ird that Lord George Gordon said. an.l among ??' whom the rumor bad been rapidly dispersed tluat the ?tr??. ? r was a Papist who wa? bearding hit-, for his advocacy ot the popular canse?c am.- pouring out pell-mell; and, lorcing the iioLleman. his secretarv, and Sir John Chester on before them, so that they ?pjnaired to be at their bead, crowded .., lire tap of tie- suirJ where Mr. Haredate waned onol the boat was ready, and there stood still, leav.ng hun on a little < b-ar s'iaro by himself. , . , . Thej were not silent, however, though inactive. At first s.ornr indistinct muttent.gs arose atnone them, winch wer...

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