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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 August 1841

BY GREELEY & McELRATH. PRICE OffE CEWT. TW OT-Y0R5 TRIBUNF, CoBi?i??B* ?!??? Proceeding* of Congre*? and other l\>w* by ibe Moutbern Mail one day in ad? vance of any other Penny Paper, jt ?a!ili*Ae>i ?very morninif, at No. ?I Arn-Mraet, New-York, _5; Jchvw"J to City Subscriber* for ONE CENT per copy. Mail SriaeriWM. $4 per annum in advance: otherwu? J.'j. TWJO Of ADVERTISING-rom EACH ADYEftTlSEMKJfT OT te* or '?*? (over ?*)' nr?t insertion. 00 Ct*? j^f^f?seh lubaeqsent insertion. jj3 " feAr'Nta iu?ertion?, or one week.81 50 pi for Tweuly-five innertiom, or *ne snonth,......95 OO Lwirer Advertistiruents at equally favorable rates. I* Five line?, half :he above rate?; Two huea, one-fourth of gutritf*?parable in all caset in advance. ^Q~^r~r~iTiTN e , " Vf U-VUKK. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6 Jolting* Down in loss n. C u r r e i p o n d e n r e of The Tribune. BosxincTOir, Iowa, July fi, 1841. Irem^rnher my promise, but in truth 1 Imnllv know what Moununicato. J could toll you a^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 August 1841

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING. AI GCST 6,13'.1. _^ XT For nn inters-aling I-etter from the .tlediter rantiD, v. <? l,n?t Pngf. TT For ' Jotting- down in Iowa,' und nn extrnet from 4 Charte? O'.TIaller,' net- Firat Pnee. '.?All notice, of Public Meetings, Kclicious. Political. A c. of Ser? mon, to he delivered by Clergymen visiting our City. Ac will '""f""' ?nil aoast] publi.hed in The Tribune (if not exceeding ?ix Im? IO StO eenta an insertion._ 'ST Bv ifh-rrinc to the ictter from Washington it will be jwto that'th-- House of Representative, have determined to close the debate on the Fiscal Bank B.iluwlay. at 12 o'clock. The bill will undoubtedly pass the House this w.-?k, Jo neatly the shape in which it came from the Senate. Mr. Roosevelt a.m. the GeVeral Baskrupt I.aw. "We believe the statemenU made in the following letter were intended to be given to the public, and we hare thought beat to give them in tho language of the writer : House or Representatives, Aug.3, \ilAX. Dt- Kli ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 August 1841

MON? 5f _MA RKET gale, at the Stock Bxchaoge. A"*"** 3' 97. IW.JE^.-^?rs?^ % *'J ?::::::::.Tc* S3 *ffl^7.:::::: ??, .?30d Hi ? * 1?. 24, 1 d oo CO.*30d M, ? ? Jo. gja 35 -H *?'ftl? ? Mohawk RR. <UJ |(.) to N A Trunt. * ? paterson. 5?i 2 da do. '-/ ?f. ,(0 Canton Co.?3d 33 2 do Dd. A Hud .i&JJ0 -~ . Salc,^^8*"" fhrlera. Commercial"*^310" T ""g^ p ,f r i^. fifaci fiicJn*?0 wa- rather limited. Stock? Tu,, basoaaa. o >k*J % A Tru,t New s,rsey Bnd p^. K? stall? brours^^ ^?j, , ud CailUm Co n ? g -on?.o, d?bu-di.H?r"B,?' Bs?* (a,pro?ed j per?*?" J5,oIndi??? Bowl*-;-.bl? J^t Mj tana! Fi?*'. i?8"? l\ \un***^**r^rmvt higher to day. Sterling Bills are , jemand st? s 3>Bl"* 00 *'ari<' a 'r,-27;. 11 snacotio Bills ve ipjc-tc* f.^eJpUu.3-a3- Charleston.l,alj B-niaors.Si'Auguau.54. ?53 KS.^?.w SvMssli.aij3J Cincinnati.B| j,-^Orleans.4*8.. Louisville .7} ?JV Batdier?' an?1 Drovers' Bauk bas declared a dividend of 4 per r.nt.fcr t*e last six months. TirCirjrFi'o lu-urance Company ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 August 1841

jgggL, -T--gg From T ne New-Yorker. ?cttcts from the ?lcbitcrrancan. BY AN AMKKICAN I. IDY. .No. XL.Morocco, 184* I west to call on one of my Moorish acquaintance- ? d?.v ..r two ?ince, and found the door fastened from the ou * '' bvan enormous pad!.-:-:. S :pposin? the family ? h?rne, I turned away for a long walk in coU"?:* J l an hour had forgotten the circum'tnrire. On n>> i wu, pacing the door, an old crone. v,bo acts a, an otrt^door sen not, stippeJ mo with an invitation to enter, a n dt in u v..r, u, ^,. rave me to understand my first can wa w . . *? ' . Ii*. ,?neh the house in tini" to open ter, who, however, could not reacn me " ' ,1 . , .? c i :?iellie-ent little Swiss, riot more the door. A beautiful, inning"" than ten year, of age, was there before me, waiting u> serve h, interpreter. She fand been look mi: tor me. shei ?ud, an the dav, and fand been every half-hour to see it I had no ?tone h'.me by another street. I inquired the reason of ail this emprcsscmrnt,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 August 1841

BY GREELEY & McELRATH. PIZSCE ONE CENT. jSt IKW-TOM TRIBBNF, t the Proceeding* of Congrfm nnd other b* the Nontheru iTInil one dny in ad vaiiee of nur other Penny Paper, ? ,,Bb|iib?</ every morning, at No. 30 Ann-street, New-York, '.d delivered to City Subscribers for ONE CENT pet copy. >lail SuhseriiVrs, ?< Ver *nnBB1 ? advance: otherwise $j. TIKMf Of ADVERTISING-FOn EACH ADVERTISEMENT OF . fa line* or Is" (over sm), first insertion. SO Ct*. pleach subsequent insertion. ?3 " lllorHix insertions, or one week,.91 SO '^SorTwenty-flr* insertions, or one month.$3 OO Langer AdverliMimenl* at oqually favorable rates. jjtltc lines, half the above rates; Tvro lines, ono-fourth of r?f rates?payable iH all cases in advance. T H E T jt I B U N E , Jsff-YORK, SATI RDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7. err? Victoria a.m> Albert.?Stacy G. Putts, Esq. formerly }Jitor of the Trenton Emporium, ami w<-ll known us an in ?..j?ent and racy writer, is now traveling in Europe fur tin .?fit of health....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 August 1841

THE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7. 1341. IT * or :t ihriliina arrounl of the atoi-tuins ?f RodriffO, from ihr new Fnrt of < harlc* tV.Knllej . ?et- J.ait I'ng*. IT I or xi carefully corrcclrd Rank Note Tot?10' <.re t.axl l or r. variety of ."Vs-vsa, Fncl? for Parent"- ?xvc. .e<- Final Piijf._ rrT A letter from Washington to le-xington, Kj., ?Verl Jury 21st, states that JOHS C. CaLHOW? thr-prominent I.oco-Foco candidate for the Presidency, and that the Albanj Regency favor his pretensions We do n't believe that last ntence. The Reyency never like unpopular candidates i !,!cv, crm-en fror? theii own ueuij. fQr? Hon. Henkv W. Tailor, late Member of the A ?mbty of this State from Ontario County, now a resident of Marshall, Michigan, writes from that place that the Wheat Crop ui Michigan will afford a surplus this year of .*2,000,800 ? , $2,500,000 bushel., and that if a steady demand at 75 f ,nta per bushel were assured th" present population would eanily furnish .'.,000,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 August 1841

HONEST MARKET. 8_,e.at.he ?-?^^^1. ?) 50 do do. ? ? _? do.i60dl 51} 25 do do. , f,?? joNJKRoad. 52 : ?J do do.wash ;?/B do do. 77* jirt do do..",15 do Stoniogton . ...?00.1? 3) j 5<i do do.bM? ? j, & ??.b?ld 3I> SO do do.?? ^' 05 do Harlem RR. 2JJ 35 do do.f30a* 141.150 do do.ncxtwk 124* oo.fjta 'Vi <*- A.. 25 do do.2J. 11 05 l1u _0.caMl o^ 50 do do.7i 50 do do. 04 |0 do N A Trust.7J)aoo d? do.Ms 23] 115 do do...--0 -1 j 50 do ChuIoo Co. 32? 20 do Mech B*g A*. g-jl 05 do do. 32t 25 AmerrTx??-?----; 6i. II do Mobs? **?____. Commercial and .Tloaa y .TIattrrH. - Friday, P. AT. 7_t Stack ilar*e? ba? again ad .wnward tendency. U. S. Bank Mica off' point below any sale we. hive heretofore rc , ? .. bare aw , . enwarrf of 3S0 ?harr* wert disposed of to-day, the marke; corded, tj , tnd cloonr at 14;, being a decline of ; on me -ale. of opening ?lJ" ,. ,, ? _ yejierdae- 'Bu'ia, 'ive* dec"c,,t' ?? A- "rust J. Mohawk 1. and Paler** 2r Excstsce.? Foreign?But n moderate business ia ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 August 1841

From th- ileioocranc Review for A?su?t THE SHIPWRECK. BV MKS. L~ il sicocxxcy. Th* gn. d -hip on the iccberr streck. *h i.S norther* sea- were high Ami midnight wraro.od in ebon veil 1'ie chill ami star lee* shy : i l1 ?im -, '-wuo asomeal was there then i? ?raste in sorrow's -trl'' \Vh> n nut on.- bold adventurous ru.li remained 'tween death ana m ? Iis? boat! ihe boat: it iaundie? forth upon ihr moualai? w?ve.^ And leaping ihroinf?, weh fraatk ha-te. essaj n- power to me \ frttiie Illing, it tos-inr Strove amid ihe wraihfjl tide. ^ lad to p. u:iutt< rra pang, v ere th' ir? ? Im lett that vet-. A mooniK-am pierce 1 the keavr cloud-ah God ! trfajl stgj ????: H bo -to.*! ivou th .1 fa'ei deck in calm and route ??F"r A geat.e maiden ju.l arous. d f?m ?luml.tr ?*"3??' ?- ? .- ?.retched ber white arm- in wild amaze, hut fen ad mo ? Iper near. . . . . . . . . ? .?_,_j if-ome friend ihe ole?ied. In fon.1 adieu, ner hand -he waved, a- H ?'? ; h :, ekasar draw her >oo?y rime, ercaa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 August 1841

BY GREELKV & McELRATH. PRICE OVB CENT. TBE ?fffW-YORK TRIBUNE, ? t^tMrePtoe?*mimM?fC?n?premm and olhei tcui!,:B T.lil' ?toulhrru .Tluil out dny in ad T?B<* *f ?w,y ?,b''r p?"nny ?'?per, i , ,;.!,?: trtry morning, st No. 30 Anu-itreet, New-York dArweJ W City Salwcriber. for UNK CENT per copy. )lai s?bierieri. t* V* a0Dwa a ?^nce: otUerwite $5. ?**? or ADWSTISINC-r0B- EACH ADVERTlsr.MKMT OF T Bj,oe* or Iw (over ??), first insertion. 30 cm Uo lor tidi ?ut",e^'"'nl ">K,'nin". " npJbcMs insertion., or one week.?| 50 j^. f..r T?eB*J'flT<' insertions, or sue month.X.s OO Leorer Advcrtisamoiits at equally favorable rate.-. Tor Fire Iis?, half the ubovo rate?; Two fines, one-fourth 0/ lj-we raM??payable in all cases in ailvuLre. T H E T R I B ? N E , .Vr iV-V?KK, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 9. Xitw-YoRK Stai k Canals.?The tolls received on all the Casals of the Stale of New-York, from the commencement ol grigation to tfae31at of July inclusive, for the lasl aeven years, yvf been as f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 August 1841

THE T RIB UN E, F RIDAY MORNING, AUGUST i>, 1841. XT For n riri?l nrconnt of the mighty Tenaper atlCC Kvforui in Ireland. ????? I,ant Fnsr. fr For a cheering necount of our Htn'.e Cnonl?, and <>!??? r laUelligeeiee, ?????? Firnt Pngr. B3*The bill to incorporate the Stockholders of The F ts CAt Ba.vk of the Dsitid States, (a- will be *ct: by full accounts in oarsucceeding columns,) pa?*od the rlou-c r> Repr?sentatives on Friday, and was sent to tfa* President , hat evening. With him its fat* in its Pre?-nt shape is doubt ftil: bat all our advice-, general sod private, from Washiag ton yesterday indicated that it would be returned with objec? tions. As this is the all-absorbing topic at pre-ent, we have published such extracts from our correspondence as seemed calculated to throw light on the subject, without coinciding in tite views of either writer. One of them evidently regards a Veto witJi complacency, but anticipates a rapture i:i the Whig petty a* u natural consequen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 August 1841

MONEY MARKET ,?u...rs-kB?f?^"C':..? ^...h.resF.S.Iknk....... j ' 20 s,?er Ex Bank. tC 100 do do..h3d* Mi ao v.ck-b.irg. 5 jO? do do.?jf 5 do Mohawk RR. 64 luO do do.*M* ?f^ dll do. fC J00 do do.ll'f gs Jo Pitcrson. 52 25 do DWAHuJ....nxt? "?|jfl0 J() rfli .bl0Jj| s, 90 do do.SJ.l?fH doNJRRnad. ?? 50 'io uo.euaiJ<ifd.V) do Harlem RR.s3d 2? X, do do. 1?r) I 50 do do.b60d 24 j 50 do do. ?;^r tea j ?O do do. 24 50 do.0,w" TJ'IOO do do.a3 da 5? 25 do s ATn*-;;:;'w'i ? I 50 dot. I-IRRil.a30d SS 25 do do.tfkl 8 I .ri0 do do. 58j 100 do do.'Jfliwk ?t"?0 do do.s?tids 52 25 d" d"' ^aje? ?fter Ihe Bonpd. , c P.nl . 14J 175 do Harlem.sGOds 231 50 do *."_._ /??rnrufrcial nnd Sod ?? .Halter?. Saturdau. P. M. ^j^ul ?e?? ikarei of all descriptions of Block wure sold to-day, . . i.rser Uua laK average c mount of business for some dnv-. wiiicdi""? T(Jf ui3?l Hu'tustions were observed. U. S. Bank improved ; per eent,'r?fr,oa h ',arl'",u *? Jersey i, N. A. Trust j, Amenean V.x tbt?f' R-nk *? Canton ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 August 1841

n^m^i.i IIIIII II II ?UM ?II?!.afSSB*an*S?imaa"Tn-~ THE KING UPON* THE TOWER. from ihlasd. Tii'.RE lie they a!!?the mountain gray, The dusky valleys, all tranqail lie ; Sleep reigns afar, an-1 *he winds lhat play Bring iio: a wail as they pass me by. I have cared for all. and for all have striven? There was care in my goblets of sparkling wine; J Now the night it is come, and th? living heaven. To gladden this weary sou! of mine. Oh, thou golden scroll ! I look to thee. Through the starry waste, with a soul of love ; How I list to the wood'roua harmony, , Scarce heard, of thy spheres as they roll atore . Mv hair ia grizzled, and dimmed my sis*t. In hall hangs the brand that hath qnessoOmj me? Mv life long I've spoken, and dene tbengm When, on when, shall I taste repose Ob. blest repnse ! Oh, what delays Thy coming, thou glorious nign*. ?o long? Whei 1 "I! seethe stars in their fullest blaze. And list to the swell of then it song PROGRESS OF TEM PERANCE IRELAND. The following Letter ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 August 1841

BY GREELfcT & DELRATH. PUICE QJVE CE*J^ m-wn mum, ? a the Proceeding* of C'ongrr** and other t'onininins '^^ Woo|hpPI1 -,!??, a>nc ,,?,. in nd. ft>W/?Breoi' aar other Penny 1'npcr, ... ... trery morning, at No. W Ann-?trcet, New-York. " PL,? "> ?** ?"Bb?cr,b?" for ONE CENT per co,.y. Mail Saty-iiker?. f/*' a"n""m ,D advance : otherwise $5. rrai? or adtk-tisinc?roa each advertisement or sr.-unesorle*s<orcr*is), first insertion. 0" Cta. sT^^iewnaifffr insertion. " Do' (or Hix insertions, or one week,.31 3<> Do. lor Twenty-*- re insertions, or one month.?5 <K> Lenjer Advertiswmenls at equally favorable rates, for Fire lines, half the above rates; Two line., uuc-fourlh of Ii??? rates?payable in all eases in advance. THE T RIB UN E . NEW-YORK, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10 STATE PRISON LABOR. The following Address, prepared by Mr. Cha rxes Riddle City, was unanimously adopted at tlio late. Meeting of ^Mechanics of Brooklyn to elect Delegates to the Mechanics ja?C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 August 1841

THE TRIBUNE. ? TUESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 10, 1841. XT For the AMrw of the .Tloclinnien of Brooklyn on Mtate Friaon Labor, an Account of JLycenm \ il inijr, w- First Pane. For a Letter from the ."Mediterranean, nee I>a?? JPaye. _ KJ* We received nothing of interest from .Vashingt"" b>' lajst evening's mail. VT Our advices from Washington yesterday did not alter the complexion of affairs so faithfully presented in our Cor? respondence published in our last. There was indeed more hope among the friends of the Bank bill that Mr. Tyler ?could not veto it, founded on the ohvious strength of tho measure with Congress, the Press and the Country; but while they inferred or trusted there would be no Veto, those of the contrary opinion asserted and were positive that tbe bill would be vetoed. Such is still our impression, and it ?would be idle?nay, criminal?to foster hopes which are al? most certain to be blasted. A few days will dispel all doubts. Our readers will have seen that tho House...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 August 1841

MONEY MARKET? ?de. .? Use Stock K,chn?c. ^ 2i .b,a-?r. S.Bank....... 1?| <g " S,0?i,igtn. R R. ... 33J 25 do do.MM 5 i ? ^flarlem RR.M raj fSO do do.-WMi J5 I W d<> Jo. "SO do do.boOd. bJi.J? ^ do.ca,h 175 do do._j?3d ly /JJ do do.blOdi 24] 200 do do.>30d? / 50 doLMRRd.Mod ,VJj iui do do.bdd? J jjj do yjobawk RR. 63i 25 do Deli Hud...mxiwl<?|| *" 50 do do.' - 'iml mmA ???? Mattem. Commerci** 3/,?ad?y, T. Af. j,,. si the stock board aad the busiue?s wos Prices were lo*er' ^ } per cent. Delaware and Hudson, and small. V. S. Buk m ^ i Harlem i, Mobawk |. Low: l.laBdfr"aff 2,000 K?.ud.^----?;::::::::::::::::::::::::*:*: 8,000 do _^bV.V..bdbd ,,,WJfldau.a^?. j. do. , Bonds. e isjo do do'c jlgl (W is *Pec'e wa* ta*";" lhe Emerald for Havre, which sail? ed to-d'r re below a statement of the sale of State Stocks pledged vrtk ,[,- Coaiptroller which were offereo to-day at auction. The saic w4j well attended by our capitalists and the full market prices weie tevertil" ?bnuned. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 August 1841

From The New-Yorker. TO A HIVER. Fiver, that fkVw*stalong the verdant plain. Where I, wbilome, with boyish pleasure royed, 'Hid blooming rlower?. and fields of waving grain, And woodlands wide, to my young a"'il beloved, I (freet thee joyful now, by fondest Meni'ry moved. Pure a., the light wiiich streaks the sflv'ry sky. When Morning draws the robes of Night aside, Thy sweet-tongued w aters dance the meadows by, And. -online, go t<# join the Ocean's tide, Cheered on by olushing flower?, which blossom by thy *>ae Oft, a> an angler, have I east my line Deep in your crystal waters, and with glee Seen finny sxjboouSjwrrt with the lurioe, twine ; Or, as a huuter, have I wandered free Along your shores, an*i felt thou wert a joy W ?'e But Time has changed thee, River of my soul! With hand as ruthless as 'tis firm.and strom, . Once did thy wave, 'oddst rrngbty fettaitrroU So len old" oaks which bad tor ages .ong Benio?yl?^ry breast, and hearkened to thy song. And o'er thy bosom s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 August 1841

l\Y GKEELKY & McELRATH. PIUCE ONE CENT. TBE HKW-rOM TRIBKXF, f onn/n'"" ''" P**?^sn?ni of C'ongrr-? and other "tn? '??? Somhern .Hail one .lay in u? ranre of nuy other Penny Paper, /, pBbli'Hc'1 .very morning, ?t No.30Auo-street,New-York, ,oi deliver'J lo City Subscriber, for ONE CEN r per copy. Mail Solxiiscr?. S4 per n.num in advance: otherwise tc??? 0? tnvrsTIMMO-cor each adv^rtisem-ist or fen Im?? or Irs., over >iX7. first insertiou. 30 C(l< po.foresclliiit'seiiuciil insertion. IsM " Do. for !*ix insertions, or one week,.>? I 50 B>ArTerentT-sIre^insertions, or sue month.?*?5 OO Lenrcr Ailv.-rli-ournt- at equally favorable rates, fsr Fi^C lines, hill the sbove rates. Two linos, one-fourth of na* riles?parable in all cases in advance. THE T RI e DN I, S?W-Y0RK, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST II. Abstract of General Public Arts. ftuti Sitty-Fourtk Session of ihr Keuj'York Legislature, riimuirnced June 5, 1-<I1. tiap.3J- Supreme Court': Extends the powers of the Suprem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 August 1841

T HE TRIB ? N E. WEDNESDAY MORNING, A l O"STJH.1341._ XT For an Abstract of Oenr-ral Pablic Act panned bj onrln.l I,ci(iiilatarr, *? iclim of .Tloriiion ism, I. v r<t uin VHleag{<ao, aee Fir?J Pnje. For The 4 Vi.ion of Ihe Coffla-.TOnliC-r'a 'Prentice Poetry, ??-e i.iiwi Page. ???All aoticei of Public Meetings, Ftel-g,.,??. Political. Ae. of Ser iiioii? 10 be delirered by Cierjtv men visiting our City. &c will ?piCUOUaly published iu The Tribune (if not exceeding "* ,u""; "J ? e<-.nt? an insertion. _ KT Our reader! will perceive with pleasure that the Stib Treasury Bill was repealed in tbe House of Representative on Monday, by the decisive vote of 134 to 87. The bill passed the Senate some weeks since. Railroad r. Ama.?-Tj? Proskriti or Nkw York.?W? have been amused to witness, during the last few weeks, tbe ?uddon seal "f the Standard. Journal oj Commerce, Sun and other Loco-Foco journals of our City, for tbe immediate construction of a Railroad Jiron to A - bunv. * Hu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 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. — 11 August 1841

Fr?m the New Albany Ja) (i'azetie. HARBISON'S RETURN. BV J. w. M aTTH E St S. //e /taut rr/iirnr/l '?bnt no clarion's peal Breathes proudly his wcleome home ; Not with the music of ringing steel Doth that gray-haired chieftain come; Not on the bright triumphal car With the shouts of victory ; Not with the banner and trump of war, In the warrior's panoply ! He has returned !?but not 'mid the tread Of a proud, exulting throng. , With the glitte ring wreath upon his ncaa, And ir. triumph i.orne aJOOffi Not with the cur.'i. deep thunder poured Out on the echoing air: Nor with roarins drum and gleaming sword Is that warrior welcomed there . He has returned .'?but the glancing light Of that eagle-eye is dim. >"(ir sternly and dark the fearf il blight Of the tomb has passed o'er him. Hushed is the throb of thai mighty breast, And pale is that noh'.e Wow, And cold his form in its last, long real? Ye cannot disturb it now ? 4 He has returned !?but a weeping band I:: gathered around his bi...

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