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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 April 1841

BY HOR A C E (i R E E L E Y. PRICE 0\ E CENT. THE NEW-YORK THI IH NE Will be published every morning. (Sundays excepted.) nt No. :W Ann-street, New-York, Aud delivered to City Subscribers, tor One Cent per copy. Mail Sahvcrilxr-. Sf4 per annum in advance. TO Tili: ADVERTISING PUBLIC, hi'the hope of securing a wide ami general Advertising parronnrr. Ike Avon of our fnciuii will be inserted till furiii-r notice *: the fol lo?ing reduced rates, vnt: roR each ADvtmTiaEJnWT of Twtlve line* or leu (over niot), lir-t in-erliun. 50 Ct?. Do. fnr carh subsequent iii-ertion._ 93 , Ilo. fur Mix insertions, or one ??"?'?k.SI SO Bo. tor Xwewty?llve insertions, or one month, !*?> OO Longer Advertisement! at equally favorable rate-. For Five line*, half the above rates; Two lines, one-fourth <.( th<w fa*-*?payable in all ?a.i- in idrao >: LATER FROM EUROPE. The steamship CoLUMBlA,<papt. Judkins. arrived at Bos Ion at 7 o'clock on Monday evening, in fifteen days and right hours from L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 April 1841

T II K T U I Ii I N E. NEW-YORK. THURSDAY MORNING, UT.IL Kn ?in. In vr.iit.i > . Tribe Ihe Loeo-Foce, r-'T'*'"'"* of Um > v. ? prbsle i proprium In ?(xnkine ofMr.f>til<? ? p?o.' im it, we ? h<- had in ,inuin>?l. :n"?,gh all m ??!-?? ' U M '?<? wie- Usd ? Basal) sra-','but it w.,s printed part. ?tiiinil i nmp'ninl? hnir b< ?-n mmlr nl the Othri . it Carrier* eellwf flee t?r ih* paymeal for ?M Tribaae. Wa have inadr inqnirira ?n.l h??? i~--rtaiu^i1 tha| several earrarr? of the l?t- Urmorrnt. Hat* ihe stoppag* of thst paper, ha>? Wn ser*/iac th-T, >l>u?i>-useir -ul~-r,t?r?uno.uc ?l<"?u wr-r.-? numr-sr ?? ho hitrl likewise raascribed lbs IhU paper. To prereal rai-i ?'???.. ???? wi.ui.i lataiai salm illms ka Ihe Second aad Fourth Ward* e.;><-? tally, that ?ar Carrier*ia th,-e V? anl> did not earrj th- [i-raurrat. \! I ;>> who wnrtl bncU number" of the Tribun)?-. ?(selber on, ? * ? rail si <>r ?aad t.. thi? aaVf for th?7c t??">...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 April 1841

p.t-i'ig H'l'hjray 22oWery.-I.Mt night about 3 o'clock ? Mr- Hannah Coin, a highly respectable lady of No. 133 Ka. Bron.lw.iv, was rettunaing toward her home from a vi.sit to he frienrl* in Cltanabora-sJTWt; when near Chapel-street she rudely seized by two rutiiam named Jingo Smith and Wi.'liai. Proctor alias Mclnryxe, who tor- off her cloak and robbed he of her pursej conuining Slo, with which ti.cy attempted to es? cape Ti:'- robbery was seen by Messrs. B. F. Bunker and Frai'-r-; and the ladies' cries bringing Capt. Taylor of the Ctl Dis'.ri.-i a itch to her aid. that otlicer succeeded in arresting bold felons and lodging them in the watch bouse, where they tvere locked up for the night. Cape Taylor deserves great oredit for in- energy and promptness hi arresting those daring offenders; and it is hoped they will be brought to condign pun? ishment. Purloining from the pocket.?A irirl named Mary A. Mc G'iirc was arrested on Tu?-s<lay nvtht and lodged in the watch boose, charged w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 April 1841

?- The funeral obsequies of the late President Has-riso* were ee wbxau-d with appropriate cerem?ni?? at New-Haven, Conn, on ui 19th m?t. Tho Palla-iium -ays that the (Wlowing pieces, writteo fl ?be occasion by Jamii G. Pbrcival. were sung with thrilhog effect DIRGE. Uandd'i ' IJtui Merck in Sani.' How soon the dawn, that ?hone so brig.-.t, I? deepiv veiled in silent z'.oo-". '. {Jew soon a Nation's hope and light Sinks ia the darkness of the tomb 1 f That hope has fled, that "light ? g"?Jf? Shrouded beneath the tuneral piui . The mn-iriirc' train move slowly ??; The:.- step? in measured cadence ML] Earth yields to earth. a.*i dafX? dnst: Low breathes the sigh es sorrow flows: The crave receives its solemn trust: Our friend there takes tus last repose. SOON he awakes!?a fairer morr. Breaks in him from the heaven]} throne. L'nsullied wreaths his brow adorn ; He live- and moves in licht alone. But ?::!! we pause in sil't.t grieT; Still bend awhile beneath the rod ; Still ?eck in tears ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 April 1841

BY HORACE Q R E E L E Y. PRICE OSE CENT. THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I Will br pub!i?fteii ? t c ry morning, 'Sunday" excepted,) nt Na. .10 Ann-<treet. New-York. And delivered to <"iiy Subscribers for One Cent per copy. Mai! Subscribe.--. $1 per annum in ndiinre. TO THE ADVERTISING PUBLIC; lo'th? hope or?ociiri:?: a ?:df rind r-w.-ral Advertising p.\troi,-ij"\ the favors of our friends wdl be inserted uU further notice at the fob .'owing reduced rat"-. \ ir.: n k r. feu *r.vrr.Ti*PMKNT or Twelve line* or; isi (over rix), first insertion. 50 ct*. I?o. for earh subsequent insertion. Do. for .Six insertion! oroneweek.* I 50 ?, Do. for Twcnty^lir? insertions, or one month. 8& OO Longer Adyertirements at equally favorable rates. For Five !in<-.. half the above rate-; Two lines, one-fourth of tir.se rates?payable in all eases in advance. [i A R.\ A Ii_Y_ KU D G E. a XcId t&?xtt up Jgoj. CHAPTER X. It was on oae < f those mornings, common ;n early spring, when the year, fickle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 April 1841

T H E T HI B r .N Ej__J ~ KLW-YORK. FRIDAY MOR^fi^Sg^? j "HORRIBLE P^^^ieLlvJ 1 The men who for twelve years have ma r^rTTwith .he groan,, of? PjJ^ ^ n^w actually groaning over ^^"Tver uttered one word *** **? aad ta tdjUBCt3fl tJjSta Henry Harri of remonstrance when such^ m? Bradleys, - -wn to the humblest Jonathan Thompson, and m ,? , , . boat-rower in ihe service of the gov light-house keeperor & ^ ornment were proscnucu, complain, or explanation, now think it shocking that John I Morgan, A. J- Bleecker, etc., are not retained by a Whig administration ia the moot responsible, lucrative and confi tJential stations under the Government! Is this manly 1 Is it worthy the organs of a long ascendant and still for midable party 1 What can they complain of ! Did the Whigs promise to keep all their bitterest adversaries in ol fiee* Is it reasonable that they shonld 1 Ought the party which took all when it had power, keep all when it is eut of power? Have they any claim to monopolize (...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 April 1841

ARRIVALS AT THBJRINC1PA5 HOTELS. H-ported for the New-York Trib?ne. House,_(', C Br? i*nn. Albany ; S H M:lls, Vrrplaacks Pi ; i allrvh.ll (^naadagua; it S Morse, Cnorry Valley; G N Eaton, ? fSSS^D Jon??, jr. Naotucket; 9 J Gardner, Miss; 11 Gardner, Wells do; Miss Lansing, Lansingburgh; N Tucker, Boston; A He Ado ! C Taomas, do ; X Greene, do; N Matthew., do; C Al Jen and lii^v. Providence; Mr.- Cracker, <].?; Mi?? ("Allen, Ho; X Davis;jr. Albaaj . J Boyd,do; ? Bryant, Boston; J II Bell, Eng bind; TAVStpner. Jr. Paris; I'M Van Renssclaer, Butternutts; Dr Ctlia, Hartfor.': J Erwin, lad) and daughter, Nashville : C F Wnt lua.Philadelphiaf J Breataell, do; J A M Mullen, (Id. Mr Knight, Bnr'had,>.->: Mr ans! Mr. Tob). Boston; T M Matthews, N'assau, N 1'; j William.. TallKitton: D H Hawkins, Castleton : J Dewey, do. AMsmuN.-MCSm*, Sacket. Marboe; C Hopkins, Blooming dale J M Thesnas, Pbila . C J Crawford, Darlington : II Webster, Geneva: W John-ton. Pbila"; J C Burden, do; E L ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 April 1841

Front Tb* ??-Yorker. tctlcts from trjc Jftcbiicriancan. P,Y AS AMERICAN LADY. NoTT .. .GteaAtTAR. Feb. ? IM1 We are at but at Gibraltar, after a boisterous P*"1*"*?? thirty-two days. We bid a pleasant day t. Icato ^*tWrr5 in, aid that was the only co.kI weatherwe ?J?^ _ijn: th;. wt-arv days. Not one passed without more or lew rf ^ tale, (for gale we bail air'. *t incessantly,)^ -~Jj or.wi(... ??K, wojld change it- cmi.-e a j" ^ ;,ltr.n(i,.,] ;o the .un would delude us into the J?^^,pt hi< promise. ,how himself again, but the ...-reiver n . ^ brow ofl6e I have looked more than once ?P^.;, ^ b,,j Oeeun* in ralm and storm, out ? ^ ^ ^ a^fad in foaming ] seen trace*. -Such ??^^barque,might without pt> eanraets on the de^ ^ ? n a',,;???... Tho sun, the Company, must have conspired sen. and the stwm of the d.lav a id discomfort 7r,hC^',?l-S S wind. They persecuted, bn, they fiS?-?*2-' *? -athered die storm gal ^Tfrr-he had a cool, brav and vigihtnt captiumol It SSded by ctflkient of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 April 1841

BY II O R A ( E tW R E E L E Y. PRICE 0\E CEJVT. Tlii: NEW-YORK TRI3?NE Wiil be published avery mnrnior, (Sunday* excepted.) at \o. :fi Ann-street, New-York, And delivered tu Citj Subscribers for One Cent per <-o;.y. Muil Subscribers, $t per annum in advance. TO Tin: ADVERTISING PUBLIC. Iisjrh? hope of wi-iirin;: a aride and general AdrertMa* patronage, tfaefaVOM uf our friend* will br inserted tsji further nulicr at lb- fol? low 'lag rrJu.ed raf. vi/.: rr a kacii arcr. ktisvmfxt or Twelve lines or less (over six) Srst insertion. 50 rl?. I Do. fr.r f.trU subsequent insertion . 25 " * Do. for Mix insertions, ?rone week.$ ? ??<> j iv.. for Twrnty-firr insertions, or one month? .. -S>3 OO lAjnjrrr Advertisements at equally favorable rates. For Five lines, half the above . Two lines, one-fourth <>( these rate*?payabts in .ill m?<*. m Rdsance. MELTING or TilF. WING MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE. At a meeting of tho Whig Members of tho Legislature of the State ot' New-Yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 April 1841

T ii E T R I B ? N E. . KEW-YORK. SATURDAY MOKNI V^fllLM To FJt'trr of th' Tnbnne : .. I wmimmc since suggested to . M-rchant of tto-Uil? ft plan like the following for a Nnticcml Bank. He r^hculed the idea a, impracticable- I ?" ? > ?ur Pa.*r a *w . , 1_._u plan something ot tho ?am-? since an article mat propose* ? p,a = kind. I concluded to -ketch it out of my head and send 1? to you, hoping it might throw a ray of light on thi* important subject." which :? myself, a young merchant and novice in Banking, fi destined be frreat importance. If you find nothing ccw ii this, please giv?, your own views at large, and ?bhge, _ A V?CJfC MZBCHA-NT. PLAN OF A NATIONAL BANK. - 1st. A Capital of thirty er forty millions of dollars. 2d. Capital (excepting that taken by Government) to be paid in in specie, or it* equivalent. 3d. The Bank to receive deposits, by and sell Gold and Silver Bullion, Foreign Cohn and Bill? of Exchange. 4th. The Built to make no loan* of any kind whatever. 5th. To...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 April 1841

MONEY MARKET. ffnlr- nl Ihr Mod, Kiihiinsr, Friday, April J.i. 1 ?} L'. S. llwik. - 1 ~ 1 S A nrtirnn Exchange Hank. -4j mq j,, ,;,.h .today, 18 ! lid. A. liu<i.b ? duv. ???.({ ?? rlo do _next week 13 j; 75 Jo do . V'\ -ju 4m do .. . IS .">0 tin do .i 60days 93 joo do ?i? ?-? aejitwoek 17|l '?0 do do . ... 9.11 50 do do . i'i 23 do do .(Xi day. 0.1? JO do d? week 17i .V) du du. ?:\^ 05 do <lo .* 14 day* 129 Mechanic*' Rank. 9.' 2S> do do . Kii 25 Jefferson Insurance Co.. .100 59 ??? do .b 10 day. I7| 2i Mohawk R. R. b 30d.iv.. 63 fB do do . I7f .">! Pater-on R. R.".. ?9j ?25 do do .b 30 days IS 25 Stonmrton .. .. I, D dar? 2fl "3 do do .".. 17; 7:. Harlem R. R." . 2sH 1-nN.A. Trust. 9jl 50 do do .? 3davsM{ IflO do .lo .....b ?Odaya lOIjlOOLotig NUnd.' 52* 100 do do .b 3 day* 10 ! .TO do do.52} 75 do do.10 I 25 B-nk of America. 107 ?second Roartl. 115 Del Si Hudson.94 j 2.1 do do _ . 3dav? 10) 50 do do -....941125 do do .'..10* 50 do do -00 days 91, 25 Sioniugtou.b 3ds...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 April 1841

For u> Triauae. SPRING. Gentle Spring i? drawing nigh, Soft the balmy breezes sigh : Winter, winter with its piercing bia*:. Cheerless winter, now is past April's wild, refreshing showers. Soon the earth shall deck with flowers j And the blossom covered trees Give their fragrance to the breeze. Flocks shall roam the hilis again. Herds shall see* the grass-clad plain; Songsters gay. on blithesome wing, Soon their joyous carols sing. yret we!?orr.e. gentle Spring. Gav aad smiling moment- '.'ring : Happiest season of the year. All rejoice to hail lliee near. JtyrS^lh, A.H,W From The New-Yorker. ?cllcrs from tfye illcbitcrraucan. BY AN AMERICAN LADY. No. II_<iir.tui.TvR. Feb.25,1841. Beforf. I suy any thing else, an egregious blunder in my former letter must be carrectcd. 1 stated the expenses.ol maintaining this port at ?30,000 a year, and I thought on good authority, while in truth it amounts to a million of dol? lars, of which less than $200.000 is received here in rents and ta...

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

BY HORACE G R E E L E Y. PRICE ONE CENT. THE [?EF-Y0RK TR!"l'\'E Will be publ i?hed orrry nomine. (Sundays excepted.] at No. tin Ann-street, New-York, Ami delivered to City Subscribers f"r Our tent per copy. Ms-ul Subscribers, $1 p?r annum :ii arfvauce. TO TUT. ADVERTISING PUBLIC. bsjtlif hops of ?.Turinc a wide and ?,-n.-r:i! Advertising patron-ore. the favor- nf our friend- ?rill bo i:i-?rtcu till further notice at ibe fol? lowing reduced rates, viz: roa tach AOvrRTisrMr.NT or Twelve lin.-> or less (over m\ . fir-: insertion. 50 Ct?. Do..for each subsequent insertion. '2'* Do.for Hix insertions, or one wees.SI 50 Do. fur Twenty-live insertions, or <--.u- month.t*5 OO Longer Advertisements equally favorable ratr-. For Five lines, liuif Hie above rates; Two line., cue-fourth of thr-c r:ii?.<?payable in .ill cases in advance 13 A R N A Ii Y_ R U O G E. 2L Xcla tlS-'oth bo ?05. CHAPTER XII. There was a brief pause in the state-room of the Maypole, as Mr. Haredale tried ihe lo...

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

T H K T K I B ? N ?._ KEW-YORK, MONDAY MORNING, APRIL fXT* Our City Intelbg -nre and Arrivals at the Hotek may be four.d on the last page. rrj- f()T the European Intelligence by the Great Weste aec t'se first page._ an independent pkess a.vi> A partv pr.E3S. We eb-r.- in independence.. Through our life thus far we have n?t hesitat-d to speak the truth as it presented itself, and enforce it upon the attention of others, without regard to the probable influence ef such a course upon our intere.:- or reputation. On most points of Political or Religious contro? versy we have usually been in a minority among those around _often in an inconsiderable and hopeless one. But thi hi* mad*- no difference in our course. A manly independence and nn open assertion of all important truth?no matter how novel or odious at the moment?will at first subject you to misconception and opprobrium; friends will bo cold nnd dis tant, and enemies bitter and malevolent?but it will all work right in the end. ...

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

MARINE LIST. PORT OF NEW-YORK. APRIL 86, 1841 5 12 I MosM s-ts.morn 6 4i\ HicM h ?TKi.mom y.-v m?r?. I sch jet*... -j^. LITTST advick-. Lsrarpoal. April 7 i Havre, indirect. April I .V. Qrle.m-. AprJ I.'.. CLEARED. Ship Siddoas, Cobb, Liverpool. Rsnpi'? Rapid. Ward. Havana; Ve|a*co. Ouonte, do; O-prry. (?ay lorri. Middlctown. Conn. Bn"? Lafcyelte, Atwood, Me . An?. Fosrlpr,Georcetowa, SC; New j.? y, Brawn, Darien, <??; Ann Eliza. Miner, Mobile: Emilr, <iulm. Sjdeav Scbra Trilon, Renm-tt, NOrlean?; Regulus, Masion, Wilmington, N C. Forester, Lowrj . du; Southerner. Coneklin, Newbern, N C; Cairo. M'-iiu?. Partlaad, Me; Sophia. Wairhira. Petersburg, Va: (' (' Zabriv lue, Wdbt-, Richmond, ? a; To?baton, ?':k. do; Jole, Norwood, Me runsc, M>; Eh/a Maria. Tompkins, Washington, !>'.'; Mail, Lorin?, Bo-ton. arrived. Stearurr threat Western, Hn*kiii>. Bri-toi 1." days. Barque Pauli, Raiageard, Antwerp 15 days, merchandize to 1 De peyster. roncio.s ports. PALERMO, March 10?Ship...

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

ARRIVALS AT TflE_MCIPAL n0TELSl Reported for the New-York Tribune. - Saturday. Ap Hoffen v-- ?'m V i daughter. ... .. _ , . , . /-? ?, w.-r.-ilev Philadelphia: > ParWur. do; J G-b A?rs:c .P M/ ;.r':i., T w Kennedy, lud) bin?. Alba ,v . I .TBosbbv nod servant Santa CrazrttrWi and ii*t*r. Boston : n>"??; Boston: Mil Saii.^J. do u . it Stewart, Chilirothe ; F W Mann. Troy; v\ ,e^0^MadT-Vl'-rn.,r.-: F Johnson and son, Philadelphia ; WL ? V. rro'v- ST Simons and daughter. Albany; J P Gilbert, n't".Idle-JE Caldwell, Phit?; J Patterson, do; t il Dabney,Provi weU< iThurber.so : U,.- Valentine, .Newark; A B Bnekland, SShesteri C Sneldoa, Troy; E J Fowler, Peao Van; E Hagaman. Amsterdam ; B P McBridc, ?tiea : VV May, Palmyra : Dr J VV Cl irke ?aid two ladies, Cleveland; C Ti Van Kasan, Michigan; 5 Danny. Xrov W H Mann. Boston : D G De me, du F Cummings, Troy: S Walker, Barliagtou ; I) It JeWett, Troy : H Richards, do; Mr-. Gil? bert, Portland; IV 0 Brown, Lockporl ; I C Clarke, do ; ...

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

BY HORACE CREELEY. PRICE 0\E CENT. THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Will be published every morninr. Sundays excepted, :ii No. 'V> Ana-street, New-York, Aral delivered t? City Subscribers f?.r Our fml per oj y. Mail Subscribers, $1 per annum .n ad-.aooc. (TO TIH-: ADVERTISING PUBLIC. ltVth* ?n;.e ofmcnring a wide, aud cenT.il Advertising piiin>c ire thefivor? of our friend- ??< ill be in-w.-ted till further notice al tin fol lo? mg reduc.-d rates, viz: ro? r veil Aovr.RTuKMEVT of Twelve lines or lern rer.six), first insertioa. 50 ct?. Do. for each sutssequeni insertioa. ?3 Do. for Six insertions, or oae week.Si 30 ' Du. for Tweiilj-fi ?<? insertions, or od? month.S3 00 Lon;:?t Advcrtii 'menu ni equally favorable rates. For "Five lines, half tie above rate.; Two lines, one-fourth of thr-e rate'?payabla ifl ; !i ases in adrunce. CHW?ND FASHIONABLE GOODS. RICH !'i:i.\TED .VIl'*4E,I.\M. s) BROWN Si < " 109] Broadway, 2d store !.??!>?? (."rai d street, I s beg to call the attention...

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

T H E TR I B IN E. _ ":EW.YORK. TFESDAY MORNING, APRIL er. rjWulti,^ f.T J-.-ey C~t7: al-o.-ome on* to t?U Th? TribMeMSiof-SiDr.NewWuri, PwgbJwep.?, Hingste* aa* Troy. 1 Favorable termi will b? given, Appjy sooa. JTT We are making arranr*m'Ots for a more general domination ?four paper at Albany. Our friend, there will plea* ISSUl It CT Wanted, an active C*nva?er and Ae?nt for The Tribune in e*eb principal Citv of-He Pnion. We allow the moat favorable term. Mid the business may be made lucrative tfthoroturbjy attended to. CORl'ORATION PATRONAGE). After examining with some attention the various Reports of the Comptrollers of our Corporation for several year-past, we have come to the conclusion that the Financial litTairs of the City are not only in a very unsatisfactory and confused state, but that they are in a very dilapidated condition. We at first entertained the design of simplifying the subject, by making out an analytical statement of the various pro pert ic -. funds, a:<d r...

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

CoboKCR's ?mcz.?Tis? Coroner yesterday held an inqa?st a. ?. j Anthony rtreet! an the body ol" Ann Masemi wife of ''i"o Mvvin. a native of Halifax. Nova Scotia, aged 30 years. The deceased was a woman of very intemperate habits, and during i| .? w.iaie of the last week of her life ?a* in a state of complete ' intoxication. On yesterday moraine^enrly she was attaekod with convulsions anddictl *oonafterward at a quarter before 6o'clock from these effects, not having had any physician. Dr. Raphael aa i Isaac S. Smith executed a post mortem examination of the bodv and ander their opinion, the Jury found a verdict that the de-ened died of Epileptic conru>ions. A'*" at 199 Washington street, on the body of Rosina War ' re", aged 10 weeks, infant daughter -:' Goadiey Warren, a sea nun. recently arrived in this country. The child had been fee k> from its birth, exhibiting evidences of decay, and becemmg I greatly emaciated, died on Satnrday morning without having hid an attending phys...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 27 April 1841

From the Brother Jonathan. THE DEATH OF HARRISON BT f. P- W 1LLI5. What.' soar'd the oid eagle to die a: the sun ! ( Lies he stiff with spread win-s at the goal ae had won . Are there spirits, more blest than the planet ol even. Who mount to their zenith, then melt into Heaven No waning of fire, no quenching of ray. Bur rising, still ri-ing. when pnwav away f ( Farewell, gallant eagle ! thou *rt boned tn light - God speed unto Heaven, lost star of our infbt Death! Death in the White H.e-tse ! Ah. r.sver before Trod his skeleton foot or. the President 1 floor ! He is looked for in hovel. axd dreaded in hail? The king in his closet keeps hatchment and pall? The youth in his birth-place, the oid mar: at home. Make cl a i from the docrr-stone the path to the tomb : But the lord of this mansion was cradh A not here? In a church-vard far off stands his beckoning bier.' He is here as th." wave-crest heaves flashing on high? As the arrow i? stopped by i:- prize in life sky? . The arrow to e...

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