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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 August 1842

ate to re-oganize the Navy Department was taken up. The bill abolishes the Board of Navy Com? missioners and substitute? in lieu thereof *even bu? reaux, the heads of which to be from officers of the Navy of grades sot lower than Commanders. The amendment of the Naval Committee provides that they shall not be lower than Captains. Mr. Wise, Chairman of the Naval Corxmittec, briefly explained the hi?. Mr. Spriggs at some* length opposed it. The bill was further debated at some length, and then lai^ nsiie to be re? ported afresh. , The bill to determine the rank of Professors in the Navy, was, after some consideration, laid aside to be reported. , Without Further definitive action the Commit? tee rose> and the House adjourned. Argus. 3ZT At an Adjourned Meeting ot the Whig County Convention, held at the Broadway House on Mon? day evening, the 15th August, 1812, the following named gentlemen were duly elected Delegates to represent this County in the Slate Convention to be held at Sy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 August 1842

iY b. r. 1.0Maine. 'Sailor Boy, Sailor Boy. why do you stay So long on the briny billow, And laugh, 'mid the 9turm, at the angry spray, While you make the cords your pillow 7' " I love the Sea, The deep blue Sea, With all its wealth of glory; And long may it be The home for me, As was sung in olden story " * Sailor Boy, Sailor Boy, with heart as light As the winds now piping gladly, Tell us the Song which you sing with delight, Pensively, gaily or sadly?' We '11 dance to-night? As free and light? Far over the moonlit waters; As our feet would stray To a Minstrel's lay, With Araby's lovely daughters : And we '11 drink to-right. While it'* tool and bright, Of the water thus sparkling clear ever; And brother we '11 cry? 'Neath the starless sky? Here's health to thee On tho foaming Sea, While we sail o'er old Ocean together!" Viols to New-Brunswick* The Province of New-Brunswick is, in the shape ?f a parallellogram, being about two hundred miles from North to South, and about one hundre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 August 1842

THE NEW-TORK TEIBU.NE It puhlisbed every morning, at No. SO Ann street, Nrtv-York, am delivered l? City Subscribers for HONK CENTS per week. Single copies Two Cents.? Mail Subscribers,$4 per annum,m advance, and the paper jo no case continue*: beyond the time for which it it paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. Terms of Advertising.... For each Advertisement of TRS lines or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cent*. do. for ea h sabsequeut insertion. 25 " do. tor SIX insertions, or one week.$1 50 - do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 60 f Longer Advorusraent* at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religioc?; and Fimeral Notices, not excecdbjg five Iin?e. 25 cents. ?7 The W EEKLY TRIBUNE, a very largejjaper, for the Country, 1? pubkslied every Saturday morning, at the ew pnce of |r2 per nnvnm. in adTnnce. THE TRIB UNE I Ate at Saratoga. Correspondence of the Tribune. UNION Hall, Saratoga Springs, Thursday, August 1G, 1842. The first thing in tho morning after breakfast at this pla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18. 1812 T.r The Great National Annual Fair of tbe Ameri? can Institute will oj*-n at Niblo's Gahlen October lOlh, 1842. Tbe7ih and 8th are receiving day*. Notices from Kxhi bhorrwdrearfy indicate an immense display. QJ~ For the Governor's Message, Life at Saratoga, &c. see Firat Page, fj^* For Review of Markets see Last Page. _ Mr. Adams'? Kei-ort.?In another column our readers will find the Re;, ort of John Quincy Adams upon the Veto Message of President Ty? ler. It is one of the ablest and most powerfully written public documents we have seen for a long while. It will command the attention and elicit the warm approval, both for its spirit and it* rtylo, of every honest and patriotic heart. The Governor"* Meeaage. Wc republish this morning, from a small por? tion of our edition yesterday, the Message of Governor Seward to the Legislature convened in Uxtra Session. We feel confident that it will commend itself to the favor of every true hea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 August 1842

f Naval Coart Iflartial. Reported for The N*?w-York Tribune. pRiiX ?r Li?bt. Charlies Wilkes, U. S. N. j^Cocrt taring awmtded, the Presidert asked Lieut. MLa ?? if he wa? ready for trial.1"' Li?uL Wilkes said he ?hed w cccupy the Court for a short time by the reading Sc4're*p<iudence which bad taaen place between hln> / 3r,j the Department at Washington, I "je fart was a letter from tbe Secretary of the Navy, gvftiDg bim to produce at tbe Court Martial the whole 01 iLotoL*', journ?JjaT1(* PaP^rs which he had brought home, jEtjog or referlpg to ihe cruise of the Vincennes, Peacock, JL known as the Exploring Expedition. All these doen fav,kc, were.oat of his custody, and tbe accused read Lrepiy, which was to the effect, that he could not produce jfJscBoect.? as directed without having leave from the . jjgtto go to Washington and procure these documents ssrlf. ffcr Court having been cleared, die Members were for jtftiroe engaged in diseasing the expediency of permit* Jibe trial t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 August 1842

IMW?*F-,r. -^Tn'i From the .V.-w-York Price* Current. Review of the New-York Market, k?>r the three days psecedjhc Wednesday, August 17. AvH es?The demand for Pots continues active at $5 50, at which ilioc' 300 bbb. have changed hands, hut as the ?prinrioal !>oIdrr< reejuire an advance, a few *mail parcel* have been taken at $5 Sli a $5 6:}. Pearl* have farther im? proved 12j cents, with sales of nearly 300 bbls. since on: ja-t. at $5 87$ a $G, closing yesterday at the latter price. Most of the receipt? for w?mc days past have been Pearls. Exports, from 1st to 10th August. Pqw.?..?........1.720 bbK Pearls. I77 hbls. BEES WAY?A lot of 1,5?? lbs. Southern Yellow wasdii pos'ti -<flast week at 29* ceuts. cash. COAL?Liverpool is abundant and very dull?a large portion ol the recent receipts will be placed ia yard. The Mies are 150 tons Scotch at $4 50. 4 mos.; 120 of the same, $5,lew 1 per cent, for cash; and 1*0 tons Liverpool CanneJ. on terms not made public. . COFFEE?The ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 August 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ti published -very morning, at No. SO Am Street. New-York, ?ivi delivered t? City Subscribers fo? njn'K CENTS per week. Single copies Two Cents.? Vs'.i SniiscrPjers,^ p*r annum, to advance, and the pape' to no case continued beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscriptiona taJtca for Six Months. Terms of Advertising... .For each Advertisement of t*gN lines or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cent?. do. for ea b subsequent insertion. 25 ** do. ibr SIX Insertion?, or one week.$1 50 " ,10. (or TVTENTY.FIVK insertions. 5 10 ? Longer Advertismentt at equally favorable rates. Marriage*, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding if a iin*?.25cemx ET The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper-, fo the Country* '* published every Saturday morning, at tin o? price of #2 per annum, in advance. T HE TRfBUNE. - OftcsMC Chemistry. applied to Physiology akd Pa? thology. By Justus Lieme, Professor of Chemistry in the University of Giessen. New-York: Wiley t * Putnam. This ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 15. 1842. ET Central Clay Committee. ? At an adjourned meeting 01 ibis Commit* e, beid at National Hall, on Tuen, day evening, Ibe 16th iosL, oo motion ?f Dr. Benjamin Drake, of tbe Tenth Ward?it was unanimously Rctolveu, That from and after this date, any and every Delegation not exceeding five in number, deputed by a Clay Club, or other a*.?ociation having writs principal ob? ject the election ofHENKY CLAY, of Kentucky, as the next President of the United State* and consisting of nt least fifty members, resiJents of this County, shall be ad m.ited to an equal participation in, and form a constituent part of, the Central Clay Committee of this City ami County. Resolved, That the foregoing resolution be signed by the officers of this Committee, and publohed in the Clay paper? of this city. CONRAD SWEET, Chairman. Jamrs ?. Beers, Secretary^ aulD It D* We are iedebted to Hon. A. H. H. Stuart for valua? ble Public Documents-_ Things at Albany. Edrori...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 August 1842

charges- Lieut W. wrote me a letter oi the 2d of April. JJ40, retUiinp ree promolion, aisigniog the fact of those cLarce* as hii refusal to promote me. 1 bad rpplied to be Snreeoo of the Porpoise, when he s?id that vessels of thai c'i?i were not entitled to a full Surgeon. 1 requested Lient. Wi'.kes to forward an appl;ca?tim for that appoint? ment to the Navy Department', or at least for the pay. I re? vived a reply ir?m\ the Navy Department, which I have ??I:ore. and will prrduce iwriomiw 1 do not remember when I received the paper, but think i: was while we we't i* Svdeev. I dirt receive a copy of the charge preferred by Lieut. Riegel?!; they are in substance me same as 7 have be^-n trie? on bv thk_Coart. I was induced to believe tbnt 1 ihoold receive Surgeon's pay for duty prrformc?! on board tb? rorp^i*' at the time,! first offered to join the expedition; ] ii wes i verbal conversation or promise; the promise wa> I made at Lieut. Wilke?'s bouse at Washington: I do not I voow ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 August 1842

fggm i_jr-ggg5!!= - FRANCIS XAVIER, THE APOSTLE OF THE INDIES. [From a powerful article on the origin auii history q{ the Jesuits, in the last Edinburgh Review.] * It was in the year 10UG that Francis Xavier. the youngest child of a riumeiotu family, was born in the castle of his ancestors in the Pyrenees. Ro? bust and active, of a gay humor and ardent spin'r, the young mountaineer listened with a throbbing heart to the military legends of his Hoase, and to the inward voice which spoke of days to come, when his illustrious lineage should derive new splendor from his own achievements. But the hearts of his parents yearned over the son of thei' old age; and the enthusiasm which would have borne him to the pursuit of glory in the camp, was diverted by their counsels to the less hazardous contest for literary eminence at the University of Pans. From the embrace of Aristotle and his commentators, he would, however, have been prematurely withdrawn by the failure of his re source^ (for the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 August 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE It published every morning, at No. 30 Ann wreet, New-York, anxi delivered to City Subscribers for NINE CENTS per week- Single copies Two Cents.? Mail Sah.Hcrrbers.f4 per annum,t.i advance, and tbe paper in no case continued beyond tbe time for which it is paid. Subscription* taken for Six Months. Terms of Advertising.... For each Advertisement of TEN lines or leas (over six) first insertion. 50 Centr, do. forea h subsequent insertion. 25 " do. for SIX inseniorrt, or one week.St 50 " do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 ?0 " Longer Advertismcnts at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding five lines. 25 cents. ZT The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, to the Country, is published every Saturday morning, a; lb* ?w price of $2 per annum, m advance. THE TRIBUNE. The Veto, A.c. in Vermont. Correspondence ot The Tribune. Woodstock, VL August IS, 1142. The papers this morning have brought us the fourth outrage of John Tyler in his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MOBKlNCr. AUGUST ','?, 1842 IT The t> scat National Annual Fair oi" the Ameri? can Institute wdi open at Nibkrs Garden October 10th. 1842 The ?th and 8th are receiving days. Notices trom Exhi bitors already indicate an immeuse display. ty Advertiser* will please band in their advertisement", for Monday's paper, before i? o'clock thlsevening. CC/* For a Letter from Vermont?The Salt Trade?Gardening and Various Items of Intelligence see First Pa&e. (t/3* For the conclusion of the great arti? cle on Francis Xavier see Last Page. From Washington. By reference to uur Washington letter it will be seen that another hope of passing a Tariff ha.-, been crushed by the votes of those very men vho are abusing the Whigs for not passing it. Tbc Committee of Ways and Means reported a bill ex? pressly fitted to suit John Tyler and his wretched guard, by striking out the Distribution and offer? ing the Locos the abolition of duty on tea and cof? fee. And what was the resu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 August 1842

Bankrupts, Auf. 19. Hirsch Pinner, (Me firm Moritz, jr Konicker Sc. Picner, Germany,) now of New-i'ork. Cbsnlcs H. King., druggist, New-York, (compulsory, c.u compiHint of John D. William?, Jacob G. Mabe- and Isas H. Clapp, druggists, New-York.) EccJe* GUlender. New-York, (compulsory, o? account of Charles A. JarvM, New-York. James Hoey, merchant, Montgomery, Orange County, eon.pulscry, on complaint of Crawford, Matller &. Co, Newburph.) Henry Hull, late :nn-k? eper, Troy, (compulsory, on com? plaint of Thomas t^ajr-e. butcher. Troy.) Gabriel L. Dolson, (formerly Dolsoii &. Sherwood, New Wiausor, Orange Co.)?Sept. 22. Ira Plait. AnsterUtr, late merchant?Sept. 22. Mayer Scebeiger, peddler, New-York? Sept 22. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Friday, August 19. ?. S. Marshall's Office.?Complaint was yesterday rnnde by Cnpt. Webster, of the ship Brunswick, against one or'the ?tarnen of Iii? vessel, for assault and at tempt at revolt during the late voyage from New-Orleans. The men were arrest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 August 1842

FRANCIS XAVIER, THE APOSTLE OF THE INDIES. I From a powerful article on the origin and history of the Jesuit?, in the last Edinburgh Review J [Concluded. Power arid courtly influence form an intoxicating draught even when raised to the Hp* of an ascetic und a saint. Holy as he was, the Great Father of the Rajah of Travancore seem* not entirely to have escaped this feverish thirst. Don Alphonso de Souza, a weak though amiable man, was at that time the Viceroy of Portuguese India, and X&vier i'such was now his authority) despatched a messenger to Lisbon to demand, rather than to advise his recul. Within the limits of his high commission, (and what subject is wholly foreign to it T) the ambassador of the King of Kings may owe respect, but hardly deference, to any mere earth ly monarch. So argued Francis, so judged King ?lohn, and so fell Alphonso de Souza, as many a greater statesman has fallen, and may jet fall, un? der the weight of sacerdotal displeasure. This weakness, however,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 August 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUN! Ii ^ubi ished every 'morning-, at No. SO An creet. N*w-York, ami delivered im C'Hy Subscribers fo NINE CENTS perwenL. Single copied Two Centt? tfair^hsierrbrrs,lM p?r annum, m advance, and tbe pape in no easecon?nue*! beyond tbe thne for which it is paid. Sotwonptio.79 taken for Six Months. Terms ?/".Advertising... .For each AdveTthvsment of TEN lines or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents. do. forea b snbsequeat insertion. 25 " do. for SIX insertions, or one wee*.$1 50 " do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 TO " Longer AdvertUments at equally favorable rates. Marrsages, RfcugiotX and Funeral Notices, not exceedirg f re Unas. 25 cents. CT Tbe WEEKLY TRIB?NK, a very large paper, ft>. the Country, is published every Saturday awning, at the ?w price of $2 per annum, in advance. ~THE~TRIB ?NE7 LATER FROM EUROPE. The steamship Britannia arrived at Boston on Friday morning, (Aug. 19,) bringing London and Liverpool dates to August 4. The harvests in in Great Brit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22. 1842. tO* The Grcat National Ammcal Fair of the Ameri? can Institute will open at NihWVs Garden October 10th, 18-12. The 7th and 8th are receiving days. Notices from Exhi? bitor* already indicate an immense display. 0^" For Foreign News, and the Trial of Lieut. Wilkes, see First Page. O^f* For a Poem, New-Orleans, Anec? dotes, &c. Sec. see Last Page. 03* As will be seen by our Legislative report, no progress has yet been made at Albany. The current impression seemed to be, when we left Albany on Saturday evening, that the Legislature ?would adjourn on Saturday next. 03* Our last Washington advices give little hope of the passage of a Tariff bill. OS3 We have nothing farther from Indiana, but a rumor that the Whigs have two majority in Joint Ballot. We do not give it implicit credence. Ohio. To refute the bold and untrue assertions of the Loco-Foco press that the Apportionment of Ohio so nearly consummated by the Loco-Focos in the Legislatu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 August 1842

T?e Au my ckder the New Law.?The bill for tho reorganization of the Army has become a law. The following statement showing its present standing, and how, as reduced by the new law, it will compare with the establishment of the pasr four years. This ?tatement is of the number of officers and men in 1841: Commissioned Office rt. 7-5 Eight regiments of infantry, each containing non-com? missioned officers, musicians and pri/ates, 90*.7,230 Four regiments of Artillery, each containing 712 non? commissioned officer*, musicians aod privates.2,845 Two regiments of Dragoons, each containing non com? missioned officers, musicians and privates, 715.1.4CU Cadets. 26i> Total force. 14,5(u5 Under the new law the Army will be composed of Cemmisdoned officers. 712 Eight regiments of Infantry, each composed of non commis*icned officers, musicians and privates, 510...4,C3f> Four regiment* of Artillery, each cornj>osed of non? commissioned officers, musicians and privates, 660.. .2.C40 Two r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 August 1842

STREAMS. Ye early minstrels ef the earth, Whose mighty voices woke The echoes of her infant woods Ere yet the tempest spoke? How is it that ye waken still The young heart's happy dreams, And shed your light on darkered days, Oh bright and blessed streams ! Woe for th>.? world !?she has grown old And grey in toil and tears; But ye have kept the harmonies Of her Unf?llen years ; For ever in our wear)' pn:h Your cc:if!-'<s rr.'.oc teem* The spirit of her perished youth, Ye glad and glorious streams ! Your murmurs bring the pleasant breath Of many a sylvan scene ; They toll of sweet and" sunny vales, Gf woodlands wildly green; Ye cheer the lonely heart of age, Ye fill the exile's dreams With hope, and home, and memory, Yeunforgotten streams! . Ah! soon the blessed springs of Love To bitter fountains turn, And desrrts drink the stream that flows From Hope's cxhaustless urn: And faint upon the waves of .Lifo Mhv fall thcnummer beams, But they liager long and bright with you, Ye swoc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 August 1842

ifge NEW-YORK TRIBUNE |, published every morning, at No. 30 Ami f^yrt New-York, and delivered City Subscriber* for MINE CENTS per week. Single copies Two i>nts.? Mail Subscriber*,*'' per anttnjn?lii advance, and the papei j? no case continu-i! oeyoor! the time tor whie? it u n*lr]. jJabsoriptiona take.-; f.>r.*ox Months, Terms of Adve.-fiv.ng... .For eat.b Advertisement Qf fgH line* or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents. ix forest o subsequent insertion. 25 " jo, for SIX insertions, or one week.$150 u to. for TW ENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 60 " Longer Advertisnicnn at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Fnneral Notices, not exceeding j*!iiws. Scents. . IT The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, fo ?E >? CoDittry, is pubhshed every Saturday morning, at UV a f? price of $2 per an*um, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. ijjjToaY of the United States, or Republic or America. Bv Emma Wizard. (1 v >|. 3v0., pp. 443.) Philadel? phia, A. S. Barnes .t Co. This work signally...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 23, 1842. XT Genera! Committee of Democratic x\-'hiz Venn* Me?.-A >pecial Meetmgof ibis Cc?m mittre will be liVld at the Bioadway Horw THIS (Taes dav) EVENING, the 23d of August. 1842. at 8 o'clock. Bv order. ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Ctfo. S.D. Jackson,) . . C. K. Taylor, 5 secretar)fS-_au23 It IT Our friend in Rochester can have a file of the Daily Tribune, vol. I. The price is ?4 VoL II. ditto, if applied for ?oon after the close ot die volume. We cannot agree to keep either long. TT We are farther indebted.to Hon. Trcmaw Smith o Conn, and lion. E. H. All.es ot Maine, lor Congressiona documents. ^_ flj* For Literary Notices?Artificial Cold?Ore&?n?Bankruptcy Decision? and an Association Article on the Destiny of Man, See First Page. ff5*p For a Poem by Lowell?Earth? quakes, and a Visit to New Brunswick, See Last Page._ The Treaty Ratified. We rejoice in being able to state that the treaty between this country and England, lately negotiat? ed by...

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