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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 August 1842

Question, Du} you not discover on these Islands whit; ntea who had d**erted, and had iived tiiere a long time.' Mr. Hamilton. I doni think that evidence. We all know that sailors will desert. Answer. There is another circumstance. We receive! on board the diip at Navigation Island a man named Tim . Wdliams.wbo had in hi* possession ajonrnal kept on !>oa.'i an American whale ship, in which it was >tat?jd that ? British vessel had about 3 years previously been wrecked 00 Drummond's Inland, and that all the crew had been hn mediately massacre.j by the natives. The Ca plain's w'.t - bad been saved, and was then in captivity on Drumrnond's Island. This whale ship afterwards beat up for tLe pur? pose of rescuing her, hut the season being lat** and lb' ' current strong, they found it impracticable. This st8b - meat we received confirmation ol from some of the native., who gave as to nach rstaud that the young lady had died r." grief a ?bort time previously. J saw part of the wreck &l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 August 1842

TBE SHEFHKKD OK KING ADMETUS. BY J. R. LOWELL. iHERE came a youth upon the earth Some thousand years ago. Whoa? slender hands were nothing worth Either to plough, or reap, or sow. He made a lyre, and drew therefrom Music so deep and rich, That all m<-n loved to hear, and some Mutiere- of faggots for a witch. But King Adrr.rtus, one who had 1'uro taste by right divine. Decreed . :- siuging not too bad To hear between the cups of wine. And so, well pleased with being soothed Into a sweet half-sleep, Three times his kingly beard he smoothed And made him viceroy of his sheep. His words were simple words enough, And vet he used them so, That" what in other mouths seemed rough In his was musical and low. Men called him but a shiftless youth, In whom no good tkey saw, And yet, unwittingly in truth, Thev made h:^ careless words their law. They know how lie learned at all. For hour ufter hour, He sat and watched the dead leaves fall, Or mused upon a common llower. It seemc:! the lovelines...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 August 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE It published every morning, at No. SO Ai;r tn-eet. New-Tnrk, and deliverer! ta Citv Subscribers fc NBNK CENTS per week. Single copies Two <">nts. - Mait Subscrrl:ers,f4 dot annnm,i?i advance, and the pae? k) no case continued beyond the time for wbfeb it is pa!-' gol?oripoons taken for Six Months. Terms of Advertising...;: For eaxh Advertisement c' TEN lines or less (ov;ir six) first insertion. 50 Centr. no. fbrea h subsequent insertion.25 " da for SIX insertions, or one week.ti 50 44 do. forTVVENTY-FIVKinsenioTi.s. 5 00 44 Longer Adverttstnenti at eouaJly farorable rates. Marriages, Rebgiore and Funeral Notices, not exceed;i v fite linos. 25 cents. XT The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large pnper, fo the Country, is pubhahed every Saturday morning, at th? aw pnee of $2 per annnai, 'n adranee. THE TRIBUNE. The Boundary Treaty. Tho Courier and Enqnirer gives the follow? ing as tho Boundary sections of the Treaty just negotiated by Mr. Webster and Lord Ashburton, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 August 1842

HE TRIBUNE. \ PKES0AY MORJjTfl a .'GUST 24, 1842. TT Will W. ?*? ft. who writei us on ' Artificial Cold,' en? dow bis ?dar?* Co W. W. at this office. flC?" F? tJ'e boundary Treaty, a Notice of HayTvartPa Book cf Religions, &c. &c. See First Page. OcT For a Serenade and the Divining Rod See Last Page. Puasnge of n> Tariff by the Hoisae. By our letter* from Washington, our readers will learn that the Tariff Bill of Mr. McKen.va.*, Wing that of Mr. FHlmore formerly passed and vetoed with the exception of the clause continuing Ibe Land Distribution and that imposing a duty of twenty per cent, on Tea and Coffee, has passed the House by the close vote of 105 to 103, as fellows: Yeas?Messrs. Allen, LaBilaiT W. Andrews, Sherlock J. Andrews. Appleton Aycrigg, Babcocii, Baker, Barnard. Barton, Beeton, Mid-lack. Birdseye, Blair, Boordman, Bor? den. Briggs. Brockwav. Charles Brovm, Jeremiah Brown. Burnell. Calhoun, Childs, Cbittcnden, Jolui C. Clark. J. Cooper, Cowen, Cranston, COSHU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 August 1842

CITY INTELLIGENCE. Tuesday, Aug. 23. Vice Chancellor's Court?Before Vice Cbancallor McCoun. Decision.?A. E. Ifoutck imd JJklunl Executors of Alexander Uvtuck deceased, vs. yehemxaft AY gers, Exeaitur of Archibald Urarxe deceased.?In 1824, the bouse of Archibald Gracie it Sons?composed of Archibald Grade, Charles King, and WflBaro Graci:?stopped par. ment- Previous to tbrir doing so, the house of defendar t (\. Rogers & Sons) had endorsed for theni lo the amount i 1 $42,000, and were obliged to take up ?ie note*. In !S22 Mr. Archibald Gracie died, leaving a Will, which had been ex? ecuted iu 1817, making defendant (who was his brother-in law) one of bis Executors. As the hw then stood, an Ex? ecutor was authorized to pay himself in fall for any demand be might ha re against the Estate he was acting for. During the last war, and just previous to it, the loose of Gracie Z Sons bad been great sufferers by captures and seizures of their vessels while sailing under licences, itc. Upwa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 August 1842

, Prora the New-York Mirror. A S E RE_N A D E . BY JOHN At'GCSTPS SttKA. I 'ye watched the tardy Sun go down, ' Till darkened Mona's topmost ttee, And shone the star-encircled crown Of Dian rising from the sea ; And now, my dreaming girl, I bring The offering of my heart to thee ! Wake from thv slumbers while I sing, Rfveillez'vous belle endormic '? There is a star that shi ncth bright, And only lovers' eyes can see, And, calm or stormy the night, It9 home is all tranquillity ;? The star of beauty i>orn above, Moving and beaming but in thee; Then wake, my own, my gentle love, Reveillez-vous bells endormic ?' I would not be again a boy, With mind unripe and thoughtless brain; No.' giv* me love's romantic joy, And all the transport of its pain ; Maturity of manly bliss, T? weave with mine thy destiny, And sine by midnight moons like this. Reveille z-vous belle endormie.' The world hath slaves who dare not know The pulse, the paradise of love ; The passion's range, the spirit's glow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 August 1842

gg"8*""?I Uli /the new-york tribune ' it pnbllsbed every morning, at No. 30 An (trVet. New. York, and delirered to Cky Subscribers fo KJ>*K CENTS per werk. Single copies Two Oentv Slail Subscribers,$4per annum,in advance, and the pape in do case continued beyond the tune for which It Is paid. Scbsc-riptions taken for Six Month*. Terms ef Advertising.... For each Adverts jm*nt of TEN 1mm* ?r les? (over six) first insertion. SO Cents. 60, forea h subsequent insertion. 25 " do. for SIX insmions, er one week.$1 50 " "x for TWENTY-FIVE insertion*. 5 ?0 " Longer Advertismenti at equally favorable rates. Marriages, aeligiottt and Funeral Notices, not exceedir ? jr* boas. 25 cents. XT The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, lb ?he Country, is published every Saturday aooniing, at the ?w price of $2 per annum, in advance. _~~ THE TRIBUNeT^ ly* American Eci.TCTlc, conducted by Jon* Holmes Act*: ?oi. IV. Tin. i. September, 18-12. New York, Phm k Peters, 36 Park Row. The contents of this nus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 25. 1842. 17 We arc convinced thai Injustice was. done to Mr. Stxamg, the counsel for Topping, in an article in thin paper on Tnes/lay. It vr? surely u'dortanaie and at the first glance untecosntable that a roan should be tried and con? victed of Murder and so much important testimony in bit bebalf not produced; but wben we consider how degraded and friendless Topping was, and how utterly unacquainted his counsel must hare been with tbe names and resioeoce of persons wbo migKt testify in his favor, every unfavorable presumption vanishes. Even the sister of Topping, we un? derstand, declined to appear to testify for him. Mr. Strang gave a fortnight's bard labor to the case, for little or no com? pensation, and did all that was to be done for his client. (LT** For Literary Notices?the remainder of the Treaty?Gov. Seward and the Ame? rican Trust Co. See First Page. For a Poem?Wisconsin Copper, and a Review of the Markets, See Last PaSe- . The Tarif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 August 1842

folge Advocate. Does your answer apply to the crew ar veil as the men?say to those under his command? ffifeu. I don't know what his character for cruelty w as ?, thoseurtler bis command. I Jfjjbwtffoisf HiTT you heard Lieut. Wilkes spoken i cslavorabiv of for oppression, and if aye, by whom.' I Witness. I might name huh tbe officers in the Expedition 1 ^ttrmW^w-Wcll, name them. Witness?I hope the Court will excuse me for not an Judge Advocate. Go on, sir, ami answer the question. Jfdruss-l have heard L:eut. Pinckney Dr. Guillou, Dr. QilebrisL I don't think 1 ever heard Mr. Blount ar Lien-. Hadson. I don'l recollect whether .Mr. Blount or Mr. Can ibonr. Mr. May or Mr. Reynold's, or Lient, Mnnrv, e%e. I pare him a bad character. I'm not certain !f Dr. Pah.,r r / wasoae. I don't think I ever heard Lieut. Hudsonor Lieu:. ' Bir.sreold. Question. Are these the only ones who have so spoken.' I jZsvcr- I don't recollect. I Question, IfjOO have never beard those persons speak of I bin ha* do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 August 1842

THE STARS OF NIGHT. WbMXCX are your glorious goings forth, Ye children of the sky, In whose bright silence seems the power Of all eternity ? For time bath let his shadow fall O'er many an ancient light; But ye walk abow* in the brightness ?tili Ob, glorious Stars of Night! The vestal lamp in Grecian fane Hath faded long ago; On Petsia's hilir. the worshiped flame Hath lost its ancient glow : And long the heaven-sent fire is gone. With Salem's temple bright; But ye watch o'er wandering Israel yet? Oh, changeless Stars of Night! Long have you looked upon the Knrth, O'er vale and mountain brow : Ye saw the ancient cities rise, And gild their ruins now ; Ye beam upon the cottage-home, The conqueror's patk of might, And shed your light alike on all? Ok, priceless Stars of Night! But where are they who learned from you The fates of coming time. Ere yet the pyramids arose Amid these deserts' clime? Vet still in wilds and" deserts far, Ye bless the watcher's sight? And shine where bark bath...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 August 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE It pabllsheat every morning, at No. 30 Ann street, New-Tor*, and delivered to City Subscribers ftr NINE CENTS per week. Single copse* Two Cents.? Mail Subscribers.** per annum, 1,1 advance, and the paper in no case continued beyond the lime for which it hi paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. Terms of Advertising... .For each Advertisement of TEN lifted or less (over sir) first insertion. 50 Cents. go. for en h subsequent insertion..... 25 M do. for SIX insertions, or one week.$150 " Set for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 W " Longer Advertistnenu at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Rehgioas and Fnnerai Notices, not ex<*edins; ire bttfls. 25 cents. ET The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, tor tbe Country, is published every Saturday morning, at the civ price Of $2 per anaum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. rtg>iE!*TS or Chemistry, Including the most recent dis ? coveries and applicationsof the Science to Medicine and Pharmacy and to the Arts. By Robert Kane, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2G, 1812. V A. W., v*Ko writes to us ridiculing ' the Divining Rod,' will find a very large majority to agree with him in opinion, bot they would not thank tut tor publishing any thing on that side of the question. ft/** For a Notice of Kane's Chemistry, a Letter from Saratoga, and an Association Article, sec First Page. f?/*For a Poem by Longfellow, and Hu man Sacrifices in India, see Last Page. The Prospect at Washington Is dark and uncertain. In the absence of private advices we can only refer to the doings in Con? gress, and ask our readers to judge from that whether we are likely to have a Tariff cr not. It will be seen that the House has resolved, if the Senate concur, to adjourn on Monday, Tariff or no Tariff. This shows no disposition to sit long con? sidering amendments from the Senate at all events. The Intelligencer thinks it extremely doubtful whether the bill will pass the Senate, and men? tions?though it discredits?a rumor that on Mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 August 1842

duty and oppression, were, in point of fact, tiie same Staats. Now they could not be tried twice tor the saa e nfrnce much Jess three or four times. The charge in i - ?Lncr'to the expense oI repairing the Flying Fish war. aisoaadeUiembjectof two if not more specifications.? When tbe ?ffences are precisely the same thing, lie rouM only be punished once, and he now called nn the jufUe Advocate make his election. The'Judge Advocate wanted to know if you might not j?fBaman under diB'erentcour.umtbesaine indictment. Mr? Hamilton said mou cert a inly, but they could not in? dict a raaii for murder and manslaugiiter at the same Urne. The Pirsldenl said -Mr. Hamilton might put in his ohj? c tion in writing, which he did, and the Court was cleared to roahie tbeir Honors to decide on the following proposition from the accused: "The accused requests the Court to require the Judge Al ??cate to ftate under which of the specifications he inten Is to proceed, viz : tbe specification to tbe 2d char...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 August 1842

"^^TCt^um^NUgaZINE for September comes fre^nrcd with original contributions from H. W. Longfellow, C F. Hoffman, H. W. Herbert, Park Beniamin, Tb. S. Fay, C Mathews, A. B. Street, Mrs. Seba Smith. Mr*. P. S. Osgood, and other popular writers. It is a decidedly good number, and richly embellished. We have room this morn? ing for only the following extract: GENIUS AND LOVE. BY It. W. LONCTRM.0W. Visions of Fame! that once did visit me, ) Making night elorion? with vnnr smile, where are ye. O'.. who d.nire-'ive me; now thai T* ??! crone, Juices of those immortal plant* that blow Upon OIvmr.iiH. making us immortal! Or teach me where that wordt-oo? mandrake grows Whose made root, torn trom the earth with groans, At midnight hou'. ran scare the fiends away, And m-?ke th?- mind prolific in its fancies. 1 have the wish, hut want the will to act. Souls of et<?at men departed! Ye wh?W words IJnve eom<?to lieht from the swift river of Time, Like Rornnn swords found in?be TnguV bed. Where...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 August 1842

( THE NEW-YORK TRIB?i Ii published every morning, at No. SO Ann 3 tsetU New-York, and deliver*! to Cky Subscribers for prjNB CENTS per week- Single copies Two Cents ? Hiil Stbscr'tber?,$4 per annum, ui advance, and the paper in no case continued beyond the time for which it is paid. i Sobjcriptions taken for Six Months. Terns of Advertising... .For each Advertisement of TfcN Ibw or ^ (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents. do." fore* h subsequent insertion. 25 " An. jhr SIX insertions. ?r one week.$150 u to. tor TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 60 " loader Advertisments at equally favorable rates. Marriage*, KeTigiousand Fan end Notices, not exceedirg I^Un*. 25 cents. g7 The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, ro? th? Cobs try, is published every Saturday morning, at tbt aw price of $2 per annum, in advance. "the tribune. Colt's Submarine Battery.?Tins terrible engine of destruction seems to us ono of die most mirked an'l important inventions of the present jav?and destined to do much toward...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1842. TT Advertisers will please hand in their advertisements *r Monday's paper, before 9 o'clock tblsevaning. Qjr^ For Coifs Submarine Battery, &c. see First Page. tX?" For a Poem and Tasio'f Prison, see Lait Page. From WsuhiitfftoH. Our advices from Washington this morning are highly favorable to the passage of a Tariff. The Senate, as will be seen, are busy with amendments which will probably be sent to the House and there concurred in to-day. It is therefore likely that Congress will adjourn early next week, and leave the bill with the President. It will be noted that the Committee on Public Lands have report? ed an amendment to the Law repealing the provi? so that distribution shall cease at 20 per cent, du? ties. If this pass both Hoascs of Congress it will effectually separate the Tariff and Land Dis? tribution, and leave the President to veto the latter per sr. The Intelligencer again mentions the design, believed by a Member of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 August 1842

Question. Did anv of the men wbe were discharged de? clare that Lieut Wiikes should taketbera home in irons if he ?tok them Imme at all? innrer- Not to my knowledge. Question. Has the Treasury Department Rettled the ac? count of disbursements paid to the men i S Answer. They have. ijcnt Johnson re-ealicd and produced a record of.the proceedings of the Court Mania I held at Honolulu in the case of Peter Sweeney. The Juige Advebate read? , Tj;.?t the Court having found Peter Sweeney guilty, do sdjudge him to received 24 lashes on his bare back, at such ?jj>e awl place as the Commander of the squadron may drreet" Tbe charge was desertion and disobedience of orders. The witness here stated he could not find the order for punishing Peter Sweeny, but to the best of his knowledge aad belief he returned it to Lieut Wiikes. At the request of die Judge Advocate the w itness gave testimony of thr sentence, and then stated that Peter Sweeny ?as placed on a small boat and lashed to the tbwaat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 August 1842

From the Boston MisceDany. A PAGE OF CONCHOLOGY. What god it was I cannot say, But one there war, when Jove was king. Who, wandering by some Grecian bay, Picked up a vacant shell that lay Bleached on the shore, a dry, unsav'ry thing. Nor is my meraory well informed, (No Lempriere's at hand, to blub) What tenant had this mansion warmed, Something with which tire /Egean swarmed, Some lobster, I suppose it was, or crab. But he, the conning brat of heaven. Trimmed it according to his wish, Cro?sed it with fibres?three, or seven, Or as Pausanias thinks?eleven. And gave a language to the poor, dead fish. At once the house which e'n when filled By its old habitant, was dumb, Now as th' immortal artist willed, A little sea-Odoon trilled. And trembled low to the celestial thumb. Enraptured with his new invention, Up soared he to thejdissful seat, And having caught even Jove's attention. And calmed a family dissension, Went serenading through the starry street. With us, the story's the revers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 August 1842

Im NE W-YORK TmilNE i. nubllshed every momiiR, at No. 30 Am Jrvu New-York, a ml delivered to Ckv Subscribers fot 5k E CENTS per week. Single copies Two Cents.? Subscribers,**per annum,in advance, and the paper " JL csecoBtJnned beyond the lime tor which it ii paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. Terms of Advertising... .For each Advex?sems-nt of ?r* tunes or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cent*. ?Jr forea b subsequent insertion. 25 " ,_~ tjyr SIX ir?prtions or one week.$1 50 " .** ^TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 6 SO ? tiwrer AdvertismenU at equally favorable rate?. !? j^apes Retrgidas a*d Funeral Notices, not exceeding vjTeiir!?.25ce?ui. :; rr The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, fb: ? ^Country, is published every Saturday morning, at th* I ?? pnee of $2 T*r anwnra. in advance._ ? JTME TRIBUNE. The Treaty Correspondence. 1\7f. Courifr 3c Enquirer publishes the follow jjgss a summary of the correspondence between jlr. Webstsr aBd Lord Ashburton upon the f nbj?:t3 embraced in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING. AUGUST 29. 1842. 0^ For a sketch of the Treaty Corres? pondence?Harvard University?The Ar? my, aud Items of News, see First Page. CLT* For Joe Smith's Escape?Queer Fish?Animal Magnetism, &c see Last Page. From Washington Our advtr.es from the Capital come down to 3 o'clock on Saturday afternoon, at which time die Senate had the Tariff bill on its third reading, and Mr. Silas Wright was making ? speech on the subject, avoning his determination to vote for the bill. Of course, his ?peech will be mainly on the other side, after the manner of Mr. Van Bu ren's sheep speech at Albany, hut this is of no con? sequence. His vote is the thing; and this proves that t?e especial friends of Mr. Van Buren in the Senate dare n*t have the Tariff Bill defeated? so wc may consider its passage virtually secured. It will pass of course by a close vote: as no Whig will vote to surrender the Land Distribution unless under compulsion, and all can now see that the measure i...

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