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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 August 1841

LtY GREELEY & McELRATH. PItlCB ONE CENT. TBE OT-YOR_ TRIBUNF, ,_lie Proceeding;* of Con;Tc?c? nnd other "onlhertJ fflail one dny in nd. rsnscrof ???er Penny Pnper, i< nabUti'1' srery morning, nt No.30Ann-street,New-York, ,d4 iehrtrrd to City Subscribers Tor ONE CENT net copy. J] st1 g^tiben, %i p? annum >q advance: otherwise $.rv. jetsif or sovrstisinc-roa bach advertisement or fCB lines or lew (over six), firm inserttOX. 3f? cto. Da, ftr each ?uhoeoaeot insertion. i!3 ?? Do. for SliX uisertionf, or one week.*| 30 Do. (or Twenty-a ve insertion-, or one ?K*ith.1*5 O? Leofer Advert:-,menu at equally favorable rates, farFiselice?, half the above rate?; Two lines, one-fourth of taste rites? payable in all caae? in advnure. THE TR I BJ/jV E, -YORK, THURSDAY MORNING, AfJGUSS / Report of the Special Committee of the American In l?tte, to whom wan submitted the 'Minulet of "Evidence* ?iceircl from Jonp>> Hume, M. P.?We find the Report, cf which the nbove is the title, las at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 August 1841

T HE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1841. . ! r For original article*! on I-rotrrtion n? iifTeart inx ?hf t nrrrorv, A roll for Urform. Ac, ????? tir pnuc. i For I.iternry .\oticc nud 3Ii?crl!nmr?. ?e? laot |>n?i. ^ CP Our letters from Washington yesterday were f,t 1 gloomy tenor, indicating not only the strong probability o t Veto on the B.ir.k Will from President Tyler but of the coo sequent resignation of ? part, at least, of the Cabinet, and of an explosion of feeling in Congress. There is strong rea eon to hope, however, that if the President shall ted con strained to take a course so strongly at variance with th< earnest wishes of the great majority of those who elect? him be will pause until the other great measures of the Ses sion are definitively acted opon. Let the Bankrupt bill at* the Land bill bVpassed, and the Country will less keenly fee its disappointment and loss in the defeat of the Bank bill. We know not if our voice may roach Washington i n season .?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 August 1841

MONEY MA KKET. 50 do do..ease "t ? ^Kob?wkRR...cuSh 63 50 do do.b?ds {'jjf ^fl,r|e,nRR....cJtsh 23] 75 do do.b3?d. M |? ? Stoniu|ft?w R R.60d 3;i 5 do Bk of Coo. ?*t ? rfoLIclRRJ.?90d 52, 6 do do. -*JjZ?-? Cosamerciai a? Wtinaia^ p. M. jsnguid to <lsy with the usual varia The stock market w?. ??T ^ ^ ^ t.ous. l\ S. Bank itnpw'??'. Mohawk sad Harlem devlired t. . ? . i s?Wm Harleai (t 23s], s. SO dare Malei after the BoJfJ. a. .. Sine k> wre sold : ThefoltowirrSuwS?**? 5.(00 ^?"?^Baads.s!5d .Vj 2.000 IIIum* Six**. ;?? Tbejae s?'13 *re M adrl"Icr * P" c<!0t' 00 th* ?Slt'r,|t'? Bonds ans! s cd ti<'""""* S"e*" . . ' /TirA**'4-?*'*^'5 reB:l!* 00 l-0""00 6i?83 ; oaPans5i5?5.^i ffvmirtu.-lbe r.tes are a? follows: PhibJelp??.34a3?|Charle??p.1?1, Bsfuiwr*.August?.4s>:, mSS.??*'??>.mj garinuab.?a-w (Cincinnati.His?1 ?JewOrl*?11*.Louisville . The bills of the Ban t of West Union have recently been thro? n out br the broker- hi Cincinnati. An investigating committee bat'? been...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 12 August 1841

ssjssfMM _ . ? _ ' GENTLENi > -? PICT 0 RED. A GENTLE creature was that girl, Meek, hanUe, ami subdoed ; Li!?- some lone flower that baa grown op In woodland solitude. It* Mil ha-, had but little rar?-, Its growth but little praise, And down it droops tho timid head It has not strength to raise. For othei brighter blooms are roood. And they attract the eye; They seem the sunny favorites Of summer, eurth and sky. The human and the woodlnnd flower I lath yet a dearer purt,"? The perfume of the hidden depths, The sweetness at the heart. Literary Remains of L. L. L. lltttrarj Xoticrs. Lettess iiux Abso-d to KtsioaxD sr Home. By the Author 1 lio}><; Leslie,'' Live and Let Live,' Ac. 12 vols. Harper a. Bi Mi.--i Sedgwick ball apologizes in the Preface for givi these volume* to the public, but sie- should not have do ? it. It is true enough that b?-r Tour of Europe was madi the beaten track of travelers, l>ut that matters not- Those who have themselves traveled it will be the m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 August 1841

l?.Y GREELEV & McELRATH. PKICE ONE CENT. m NKW-VORI TRIBUNE, kti.haJ srery mornrnfr, at No. ftfl Ann-street, New-York, '' VditlrTttt? to City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail gabsviiS** t* fr *"nam ,n advance: otherwise rr?*i? or sBVXSTisinc-roa each aovkktisememt or _ |ineJ or leaf <o?or six), first insertion. SO ct?. nVjor eseh subsequent insertion. 545 " ?o. for W* insertions, or one week.91 SO ?T fo; Twealty-flve insertions, or one month,.85 IK> linger Advertisements at equally favorable rates. ITFTI I B U N E. " NEW-YORK, I i!IDAY MoKNIN'fi, ALiil'ST Jlj Berkshire, Alaan.?.Wrnlcra Railroad, Ac Correspondence of The Tribune. PlTTSMEI.l'. Mass., August 7. 1841. Mr Oreeley: Tin; ?ame unprecedented dry weather still continues in this region ; iho finncrs utmost despair <if cut ?jtt! a second crop of grass; the streams arc very low, and jjinv of tin- lar?;e manufactories can baldly keep their wheels moving. The cnr? of the Western Rail-road made their first trip ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 August 1841

T H E T R I? ? N ?. NEW-Y0RK, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1841 TOT For Letter? from !V?W-0r 1 ean>, nnd n? rk?hir? < o. Maas... nrtirle? ort l,,ffum Villase?. Improve? ments in Nnil-VIaking;, Ac. nir Firat Page. ET For nn account of Oregon, a ne.tr Fog-B?" Ar. ncc Fimt Fuge. tCT* Our letters from Washington yesterday btemthea * hope that the Pank hill would not he vetoed after a!!?a hope- in which we du not participate, though it ? cc?Sdentr| believes! br many of the shrewdest that the President w.l! vield his scruples to the earnest representations oi the 2rc? mass of hi. Mead*. We do not expect to hear definitive j <>ii the point before Tuesday next A friend at Washington writes us that he guesses, if there is a Veto, the Cabinet will not all resign. W. trust no Member of it will do so. It would Ik- just as wise ,o do it as to burn New-York on the same occasion. If troni.le ?:ome upon us, they will not need to be wilfully multiplied. A Natio.nal I5a.sk.?" A Whig of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 August 1841

MONE F_MA RKET. ? ..j the Stock Exrhtt?Cf. A?5"?i 13? MT?B?.k....?3- "i-SOO do N.A.Trust.b3d S iktrt* 1? ?*? b3J, is , 65 do Mohawk KK. 6-JJ jjO do ??14?' 30 do Stoningtoa R R- 35 0 o? 5?MOds 15 SS do do. 25, do d. V,',7" 108 175 <lo Harlem. 231 'vj do ;;"?'"*? 70 ! 2,1 do c"l,w"c?.?6-n 30 jj do MecQ Bag ?_ fomiarrcinl and Msa-jr Hatters. - Thursday. P. M. not much dona uvdoy at the Stock Exchange, and there ^decided feature ic the Btirket United State? Rank improved rM^?u?'-?^^*aeirtio"d9c,ii,o<,ii ,ia/ie'" ?entupl.S'.om.etonH. 1 ?nn, 1B3,?te Stock, were small? The op-ration, ib ^iCor^ucnU"- ^0.84) -out) Indiana Iksliar Bond?..tSOd 55] ''' .-,r?i?r?Vot mtieh dcm.tKi. Kill- ou London, r-; a f'oain-* fc*c?? : - Ejjo.r^va^**26*' Do******-**'**'- v ... , , . , .;.3ja? ,t harlestoa. Hit; r?<U**l*?; .2)?i4 Augusta. i a BfWaifni. .3ja3| Mobile. lit* Of I" folcsibst >?a(ifH-? .lSalf. Loui-nll tUtta.171 S-1*?".Pia9 The lalei to day Of Hoffman & Co., realised about the ? ime ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 August 1841

OREGON. * " * " A veer's residence at the mouth of tbe Co lurnbiu, and various expeditions into the interior, lr-i'1 do* given the Astoriaas some idea of the country. The who!, coast is described as remarkably ntjrg'd a:.tl mbimtain <?? with dense ("co-vats of hemiock. spruce, white arid rod cedar cotton wood, white oak, white and swamp ash, willow. anO : few walnut- There i? likewise in undergrowrth ?f ?ramaai shtuhs, creepers, and clambering vines, that render the fop-.: nlrno?r impenetrable ; together with berries of various kind-, such us gooseberries, strawberries, ra^berries, both red and fsJlow very large and fine!) Havered whortleberries, cram berries, serweebcrries, blacklserries, currants, sloes, and wilo atid choke cherries. . , Aroon" the flower vines is one deserving: ol particular no tice. Each How .-r is r. mposed of s? leaves or petals, about ,h..inches in length, ofo benntiTufcritnson, the inside spot? ted Witli white. Its leaves, of a fine green, are oval and di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 August 1841

UY GREELEY* & McELRATH. PRICE ONE CENT. THE NKW-TOM TRiBUNF, i, e?kli?fleJ ?ver-v niornrnp, at No.:?l Ann-street, New-York. ,od dtlirernl to City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mat 1 BabKiiker?. per annum in advance : otherwise $5. Ttu" or advestising-roa e.ch advertisement or 9?en lines or less (over six), first insertion. Ht) rte. Bo. for each subsequent insertion. <J? " r>o.for Kix iaaertions, or one week..S, 50 po.for Tweuty-fl re insertions, or cue mouth,.?3 ?O banger Ailverliscmcots at equally favorable rates. For PI??5 l"-c*' b:,lf 111 c al,ovo rates; Two Tines, one-fourth of then rite*?payable m all cases in ncrvance. T\Te~ TrR I BINE. {JEW-YORK, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11 TaeAyci'm Regime ; A Tale by G. V. It. Jam?>, author of - The Gipsy,' 4-c. Harpers. Mr. James's novels nerd not be characterized, and nr-r scarcely obnoxious to criticism. To cull them ' correctly cold sml regularly low ' would he too har-h; tbey are well writ? ten, often with vigor, alwa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 August 1841

T HE TRIBFNE, SATURDAY MORNING, \TTGUST N. l84Ju 3 For Notire? of" New Bootc<. filimp??-? of ibe STonntr*. I. verum v Hinge*, < lc. -re Fir*t Fnge. TV For ?Vai-Kid? [Voten on ssnratouu.I.nlis-C'iroritc 4 imuijslnin, ,\ < . ure l.r.- i l*ng< . iO For n carefully corrected B;<nk Note ?c?" JLant Pnsc. rr We darr " A Whig of the Old School " to girr MJ *>? ??*" <liota borrowed one) with accrti?rate of some Im,? W*ig that b< voted for Harn-on and Tj ler. It he will do this, ? Pub!'"" neeond article. Thi. Pres idential Veto.?We have not seen fit toindulge in confident predictions that the I5a"k MB w?dd be signed I J.y President Tyler, or in harsh strictoron tie presumptive s-xercisu of the'Veto Power. Our impression baa for some .Java been that the bill would he returned wit}, objections, hut wc trust noi such objections as will necessarily prevent the creation of a National Bank, even at the present Scasioi ?jf Conpn-ss. It strikes us. therefore, that a!i si;eii s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 August 1841

, .??ihr Slock Eirhnngr, Aus"?1 ??'I. . rsitauk ...bM 15 151 doNJRRoad....h'o,j 781 ?--.?* 2?. .MOsTs ISjl 85 do Stoniagto.. R K... 35| w jn.i t Hud ....^?d 101 I 10 do do.nextwk 3', 90 doD*1.~n b3*d? 50 do do.cash -to? rt1 *> ?~. .?3d 10- ten do Harlem,. -Ij B d0?Jk RkV???. 95 50 do do.b30d? -j| 2 t Kcorn. ....foil 971 ? doLlslRRd. 52* s Sj????^ siib do c*utooCa.>c"32 i do.. .???-? 85 Sales after the Board. , '. n e v.nl, . 151! 23 do do. 3g ,g do?Swn"toB-..J?CW'> WJ'??I d. LongUlandR.... rej-osnerciel nad .Tlon y HI tatters. - ?Ida,/. I?. *?/. Tbe sales ?I ?? ?,oel1 l,n"r'1 ^?"'i"u,, vcr>' *'K'lL To-day there ? owsrj iwdfiO'- L7",,P(I ?t"??,, Bank "dveoctdt, Mohawk i, *" U .n? ? sad darlrw I. ^^?.taSieckawere XjHtmk&S^JSF*. ?J ^?haou ???. le.o. BK????^"Foreign.? 1 hr? a moderate demand for bill* on SajUurd U the Boston iteamer, at -ja-;. Domestic?Exchaure on Phitadelpa'8 u held a- 96J s97 ; Mobile lid, and New-Orteani 96. gafety Fuad atooey i? now generally bought ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 August 1841

?3ari-5i?c iXotcs. Naratoita-Lakr CrCttrK??fZoaai n ??? 1 d Fori?? I.akv Chnni|>laiii?Ittirlin^ion. Ar. Cnrre..pouder.r.'- of To* 7 nbtin*. ?0KU>CT0M, Vt., .lnz>i-t 6, l"?. Most wobthi Kditor : Thoroughly sick of the heat, trie excitement, and I must confess ihe labor of the great city during the season when the dog--tar rage.. I have -ought an-' found relief in flicht. In winter when life is chilled, an every green thing has fled from the earth before the breath Storms, men choose to crowd together to hi their b ar nearer to each other, and thus to escape the desolation that reigns without. But in the glorious summer-time. when al - embracing, life-awakening Nature ha- spread her mantle . I beauty over all the earth, it is re. time for man to cower tat . his closet, to shut his eyes to pleasant scenes, or to stop bis ssars to the delightful sounds that every where go up like on all-barmonions hvmn, to the smiling, listening heavens abovi His Soul giow? not with a healthful...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 August 1841

l'.Y GBEELEV & McELRATH. PRICE OSE VENT. THE NKW-YOBI TRIB?NE, .MI?seJ every mornrnp. at No. :ui Anri-.irr.-i. New-York, ' aan'e.*i?"J 10 r f"r "NK CKNT per cop;, il.n I linkers. $ I lwr SllOum ID advance : Other* ISC J.'.. Ttws or advkbt um-rok neu ADvr.KTtsr.ME.siT or ?VB lir.e.or less rover -:\). first in-fiiion. 50 cl*. Da. far sschfooseqecut insertion. ^5 ?? rjo.forJtix iasertioos, or one w.o-U.91 3? Po, fjr Tweuly-riT insertions, or one month.s?5 OO [y?arer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. pef i*|Trhues, half the aUovc rate?; Two fine., one-fourth ot tJMe rates?payable in all ch??s in advance. ^T?e~t~r i 1 yj e, "vKiV-VORK. MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST IG OdaWisister to E.tGLA.ND.? Hon. Edward Everett "i Massachusetts has been nominated for Embassador to l.ng land. Riitnoi indicates u violent party hostility to his con? firmation on the alleged eround of Abolition. The post of Minister to England, always important, is rendered eminent? ly so at present by the state of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 August 1841

THE T R I B U N E. MONllW MOKNIN'i, MGt/ST !-;. I D" Mr. CoasrixrOJ H Svsr.? !s henceforth the only Carrier oTUruj rarer in that ?ecnon of the City South of I'ul on a.id En-! ? I Poarl streets. Mr. J. 11 i'luh, -ho' has for rj' weeks sen ??: our Pat slre.-ls. rons i? that district, has re.iz.ied Fortist? at WAMtiNt.Tnv.?The attentive reader ui Friday** proceedings in Gong-/??? w ill not need a telescope to enable him to observe the lay of the land at Washington. ^ The Land bill is held back in the Senate and the Bn'^-^P-' bill in the House, with the very obvious dc-ign ?-?? j fate shall depend upon that of the Bank bill now tn the . hands of the President If the latter fails, the Revenue b u fails with it, and thus the labors of too Extra Session be brought to a miserable conclusion. Novr wit!, respect to the Lane, bill, it may bo that the fri-nds of the measure cat, d? no better than they are doing. There has all along been doubt whether that measure can pass the Senate while Ohm i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 August 1841

MOiNE^jMAliKET. ?.im at the Stock Kxcfannxe. A?*n?? 14. **T"S..-c?h 15.1 5 do Moh.-k RR. O ? do . Ml M do do.bGOds M ^ doDcl *"1"1- ? ??? ,4fi doPaterson.v,..bGOds 53 ? do ??ula 10? in do Slomugtou R R- 3.r.} 5 *?- i?TV?',i'"i..-- 'i\ M do do. 35? .-. io>-A-Tru"- si(d 5i 25 do Harl-m.. ?n; g do ??.CMh 7;T50 <l? do. S3J JO oo to -'"!97? i 50 do do.bliOds 24 !5 <n P.k "11"35 : 70110 ' do Cauion Co. :|JJ J? ic-M-chBkg Ass--- ? 4>- do do. 3;SJ r u0 i0----?X'... r: 1 :>u do do. :xi j! Jo stink F?re 9J L . ._ c?b?*"inl ttnd Mob * Mattere. - Saturday. P. M. the Brokers' Board were not large to-day.? tr'? ,,| < dee'ined. I'- 8- Bs"k, Mokawk and Slonio|toa each S A. Trust und Harlem each 4. MI off * P*1" c* ' The opera**'1" Statc *lucW* *"r? l>ghU ?lyJ0lul**'*>'let>i*'V.*** Ab ?</r?o? orf P*r c,,Mt" ?" '"u,ols" and ? J*icline of ; on Indiana. T!u, f,4,,poiiitiaent of Mr. Jaudon k? Agent for the Halted State' m Earope proves the confidence the Directors htue tfi ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 August 1841

From t!i* London AlhcLaiuin. THE FRENCH ARMY AT CARNAK. It was where Caroak's temples stood, Lit by liie early dawn? Bat from their deoth of solitude Even Memnon's voice wns gone; For Tiinc had bushed his lyre at last. Though still in marble pride Far was bis lonely ghad?w cast Upon the desert wide. Then rose a sound on that ?tili air Like some far rushing stream. As with their eonojering eag>s there The 'Jallic legions came : Thev came where Time had lobt its po?*er To waste on Theban wall?. But hung the hush of ages o'er Her lone forsaken hails. And like deep voices from die Fast, The ancient echoes woke. As. ail at once, mat str?nget_bosl Their joy and wonder raolte. There were the young, the brav... the .wse, A nation's gathered might: But well might every heart rejon e To see that glorious Sight, In one brief raomeut all forgot Their onward path of war, Or, it might be, remembered not The land of vines afar ; For long that silent city's fnn.e Had o'er the nation's shone? How...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 August 1841

yy GfllEELEY & McELRATH. ? I ?j>?ire rou to nDdentand the true principle* of the Ge?rnn?nt. ? wl?h them carried out?I rt-k nothing bi?ic."-!Ia?j?wi. OFFICE N < >. 3 0 A N N - S T. PHICE 0!VE CUM. IVEIV-YORK? Tl'ESDAY MORNING, AUGTJST 17, IS41. VOL. 1. NO. 110. THE NBW-YOM TRIBUNE, b/iiheJ every morning, at No.30Ann-street,New-York, ?. delivered to City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail galucifcrt, $J per anuum in advanceotherwise TSW* of SOVKSTISINC-rott EACH aOVUTUEMBMT or eyn I""* or "v' r *? x '? f'T'{ ",,,'rt'<J?. SO ein. ?L ^ ssehsabseqveut insertion. ?15 ?* m ibrJ?Z iasertians, or one week,.St I 50 Uc fur Tsseuty-fi vr insertions, or ane no tfa.*3 OO Innrer Idvertimisenta at equally favorable r:-n-... Fat Five In ''?' nail the above rate? ; Two liana, one-fourth of na? rates?payable m a I n.f? in advam e. Y H E T R IB EN E, fJBW-YORK, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1? The Indians.? \Te ate often disgusted In articles in our jemals moralizing over the sum necessi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 August 1841

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, A?GUST Vi 1841. S-or a new nml capital Chapter of ? Barnab? Rad??,' ?w La?t Page. More com njr. I"or a column of New?, see Firat Page. V We are iudebrd for th- Chapter of Rarnaby Rurtrr P"'-I,,"J",.' today loCar-y at Hart't edition, which was f.rwaidtd to ui? ? advance of its aperamnce in England. CCf If w? have not misinterpreted the sign* of *e um''* the Veto of President Tyler to the Bank Bill of Congress was delivered at Washington voster.lay. If *?> 11 wl11 Pr0 Lal.lv rea.h .his City Us-day-possibly at an early hoar this rr.ornine. We wrote a week since to our con-spondent tfl Wnshington to send it throutrh to us as rapidly as possible; but it may be that we shall be anucipated by some exclusiv express. At any rate, we shall iss-ie it at the earliest possible moment, either in an Extra or our next recular Edition. Comment upon the fart of the Veto or speculation upon it. character would nt this time bo idle. Lot. us nil rf*ud first and judge aft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 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. — 17 August 1841

BARN A BY RUDGE. 3 XCto VBovtt brj ?05. CHAPTER XLV. Wiiti.g the worts passions of-the wort men were thus working, in the dark, and the mantle of religion, assnmed to cover the ugliest deformities, threatened to become the shroud of ail that was e<?ri and peaceful in society, a cir? cumstance occurred which once more altered the position <> iv. o persons from wh?rn this history has lot..,' a separate , and to whom it must now return. , . . In a 'mall English eout.trv-tov.n. the inhiih.tant? nt w men supported themselves by the labors of their hands in pit ? ? - t.nd ?repariiie -in.?-fJr those who made i.o,.t- -tie. "tin-i articles of dress and ornament from that material.?con? cealed under an assumed name, and livinr m a quiet poverty which knew no change, no pleasitre*. and f? ? cares but th it of struggling on from day to day in the o;,.- great toil for l.r..?J.-dweh Barnaby and his mother, rbetr rwor cottage had known no stranger's foot since they sought the shelter of i...

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