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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 August 1842

COURT CALENDAR?Tins Diir. The Court of Common Pleas opes* this morning with a double jury?one in in owe, and the other in the Circuit Courtroom?both at lOo'clook. Part 1 -Nos. 1,9, 11,3, 7, 137, 13.15.17.19. 21. 23,25,27, ?. Part 2-Nor. !, 8,10, 4,6.12?, 12,14, 16, 18, 133, 22, 24, 03* A public dinner has boen tendered to the Hon. J. C. Caihoun, at Shocco Springs, N. C. It js to take place on the second day after the ad? journment of Congress, if that is not a Sunday and in that event, on the third day. [ET The President has officially recognized Dan? iel J. Dasrhond as Vice Qomul of Austria at Phi? ladelphia, and ^athaniel-?mory as Consul for the Republic of Texas for the, port of Boston. United Status City DEfp-iTcrt Omcs,) New-Yoik, 25di August, 1342. 5 To the Editor of The Tribune : Sra,?Several missta'emcats on the subject of the late ? City Despatch Post," under ray management, having lately appeared in tbe new?papers, accompanied by thfe Host unfounded allegations against tbe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 August 1842

I HE TRIBUNE. Jos not to be Had?.he Smith and O. p. Rockier U.?We understand from the gcatiemnn, who how been the agent of the State of Missouri in conveying to Governor Carliti therequmtioc for the persons of Joe Smith and 0. P. RookwoJJ. that the officer* of Illinois have been, so far. una? ble to comply with the demand. The proper writs were issued by Gov. Carls?, and placed in tho hands of the Sheriff and two dfeptitiea, and they, in company with our informant. p?ee?o< d to S'auvoo on Monday la?t. They frond Smith and Rockwell, and served the writs upon them alw>ut 9 o'clock in the morning. They were in a carriage, reviewing a body of Mormon troops Smith signified his intention of claiming the pro? tection of the corporation ordinance, enacted t? ?ait the cose by the Nauvoo council, which de? clares that no per?on shall be taken out of the coq?oration without first having had a trial before the raonicipal authorities- Tbe officers were un? willing to bo a party to this far...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 August 1842

THE NEW-YORE TRIBUNf It published every morning, at No. SO Ar: itre et.. ?'rv.--Tork, and delivered f Ckr Subscribers fc NINE CENTS per week. Single copies Two Cents. Mail Sobserfte.-?. $4 per annum,& advance, and the pap* in no case continued tyyond tte time for which It ? pair) gslMcriptior.s la*?n for Srx Months. Terms ef Advertising... .For each Advertlsentfmt of TEN lir.es or leas (over six) first insertion. m Cent rdo. for ea h subsequent insertion. 25 ? 'do. for SIX tasertiona, or one week.tl 50 " ?-fo. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 SO " ' Longer Advenisments at equally favorable rates. BfeSagea, Relfgioas axel Funeral Notices, not exceedLn ire lines. 25 rest*. try Tf* WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, ro the Country, i? pubhsbpd every Saturday ariorning, at th fv price of $2 per an:.um, in advance. "THE" TRIBUNE. C?n*rean-\VorU and Working SlemLar* .-*|e??ra. Alien of Ohio, Piaelp? and 33 all of Vermont. From our Special Corra-rpondenu Washington, Auguat 29, 1842. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 1842. XT Central Clay Ccsnuaitlee.?An adjourned meeting of this Committee will be beid at National Hall on Tnesday Evening the 30tb instant, at half past" o'clock. Every delegate to this Committee is earnesdy requested to be present, as business of the utmost importance will come up before them. By order of the Committee. CONRAD SWEET, Cbairmau Jamz? E. Bkeks, Secretary. au30 It (J/* For a letter from Washington?A Voice from the South?Triumphs for Pro? tection?Mexico Intelligence?Howard Col? lege?Improved Pleughs?Singular Explo? sion?Thames Tunnel, &c &c, s?e First Page. (jfj^ For the Croton Debt?Tinned Pipes ?Magnetism?and the McLeod case, see Last Page. , Passage of the Tariff Bill. At 2 o'clock yesterday we received by a mes? senger the following letter from the Capitol: Washington. Saturday Evening, August 27th, 1842. My dear sir:?Rejoice.' rejoice! the day dawns ! The Tariff bill has passed the Senate, with amend? ments, by a vot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 August 1842

IA.vti-Slatkrt Convention. ? This body in now io ?essicn in this city. Its meetings are held jn the Wa hington street church. Miss Abby Kel? ly is present, and participates largely in the pro? ceedings. She spoke near three quarters of nr. hour yesterday in reference to a resolution intro ciiccd concerning the duties of churches. Hei itvle is forcible nnd pointed, and ut all times elo cent. A considerable number of persons are it attendance._^ [Roch. Dem. The Crops-?Most of our planters have corn nicDCcd picking coiton. The indications havi been of a favorable character as to quantity, but s3 the picking progresses there is every appear asce of a light crop. We regret this, especially at tlii* crisis, when our planters need rich rewards for their labor. _____ **N- ?- Bcc- , Bnnltrnpt?..?Aug. 27. (Clvr-rd P. Hever and Henry A. Heyer (firm E. P. ic J! . hever.) hardware merchants. Penrl-rtreet, N. Y., Oct. 3 AsKer Bobbins, N. V.. Sept. 29. CITY IN T B tLIG?NC ?. Saturday, Aug. 27. Cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 August 1842

1 j E TRIBUNE. Tke C re sen Wat?r I>ebi. *f> <** IM*'?*" */ **? TriJtntn? : Only a few word**, if you please, on the subject at the bead" of this article. It has become a very important question?How shall the means be raised for paying tbe interest on this debt, so that justice shall be done to all, and the fewest suffer from injustice ? It is just that those who receive direct benefit should first be taxed accordingly; in which case, everv tenant should pay a reasonable sum for tbe ordinary use of the wnter, and where it is used in large quantities for manufacturing or other pur? poses, it should be paid for according to th* sup? ply. A direct benefit accrues to owners of such property os admits of insurance, and on which a reduction has taken, or should take place, in thf prices of insurance, owing to the introduction of an abundant supply of water. Therefore, every landlord and every owner of merchandise should pay a tax upon houses and goods, at least equal to the avera...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 August 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUN! Ii published every morning, at No. SO Am itrect. New.York, and delivered to Cky Subscribers fo NINE CENTS per week. Single copies Two i>nts. Mail Subscriber?,*^ per annnm,;.> advance, and the pape ?m no case continued l?pyond tbe time for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. Terms of Advertising.... For ear.h Advertisement of TEN lines cr less (over six) first insertion. 60 Cents Mo. forea h subsequent utsertion.25 " 'ir_ for SIX insertions, or one week.....tl 50 " 'to, for TWENTY-FIVE insertions.5 00 ? 5 Longer Adverti*ments at equally favorable rates. ' Marriages, Religions and Funeral Notices, not exceedm? jrtlin?, 25ceais. ?t The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large papes, To the Country,? published every Saturday morning, at tin ?w price of $2 per aijjjwn, in advance. THE TRIBUNE Cjutical and Mt??Lt.ANKoes Essays of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. Tollected by himself. (Never before poblidird in America.) In three volumes. Philadel? phia: Carey fc Ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. "WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 31, 1842. D" Plebeian* asks us to exert our influence with the legislature against the repeal of tbe Exemption Law of ast winter. We caonot think there is any danger of such repeal?if there were, oar1 influence' with this Legialatore is rather negative. The law of last winter was very badly drawn, and needs essential amendment, hut ill principle is oound and philanthropic, and we hope it will not be given Bp. We will say more when we have room. (L/^For Notices of Scott's Miscellanies? Rose of Sharon?and Southern Literary Metsenger, see First Page. For News from Florida, and other items, see Last Page. The Tariff' .Bill a Law ! By a reference to out Southern Mail advices it ?will be seen that tbe amendments of the Senate to the Tar ill' bill were all promptly concurred in bv the House under the operation of the Previous ?Question?the premeditated effort to lay the bill on the table having failed by the decisive vote of One Hundred and Twenty to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 August 1842

i^^gniBSM,s*Bss***Bs**?sjnM Triti 1 of Licnt. Chnrlca Wilkc?, CT. 9. N. NAVAL COURT MART TAL, On koxrd the TJ. S. Ship North Carolina, lying in the New York Htrbor. Reported for The New-York Tribune. ^TWELFTH DAY.Tcesday, August 30. Tbe Court assembled at the usual hour hat some time was occupied in explaining and correcting the testimony of the preceding day., parser Speiden said, " My evidence of yesterday before die Conrt conveys tbe idea that the Marines did re-ship as well as the seamen. 1 wish now to he distinctly understood that I do not know from any evidence In my possession Iba the Marines did re-ship, but infer frotn the fact of their being >t mustered at tbe same lime the seamen were, and afterwards receiving the bounty to go tbe cruize iu tbe Exploring Ex' petition tbat they did so understanding the term* in tlie/amf li'hta* the seamen; and 1 would further state that the ma? rines arc never required to sign the same articles as tbe sssoien. Jitjor H'Ace called nnd sz...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 August 1842

THE TRIBUNE. ? w .x_s Aspect of Affairs in Florida.?-We publish ed yesterday an account of honible atrocities com mitted in Florida?notwithstanding the war has been officially ended. In explanation of the man? ner in which Col. Worth came to issue bis order while this last news makes it evident that peace is not to bo expected, the Tallahaase Sentinel makes tbe following statement of affairs in Flori? da:? About a month since, a Creek Indian, named Ockaleesa, came into Cedar Keys, slating that hi* family were starving. Col. Worth sent him but ?with "a. friendly message to the Creeks. On his return, he told tho Colonel that the majority of his hand had gone on a war party to Middle Florida ; but that old Octiachee and Tiger-tail, with seven or eight others, had retired down South, being unwilling to fight. A runner was sent to them, nnd old Octiachee. principal sense-kueper, together with Tiger-tail and others, making nine in al!. came in, and on or about the 12tb instant, held a cou...

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

TBC NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Ii nnb'i'?bp,i every morning, at No. 30 Anr r-re*. New-Vork. aad delivered to Citv Subscribers for fffliE CENTS per week. Single conies Two ?>nt*> jla-l Subscribers, $4 per anenm.t.i advance, and thf paper In no ewe continue*! beyond uV lime fcr which it is paid, ggj^wripdoni taken for Six Months. Term* of Advertising.... For ea?.h Advertls<%-nemt of TgN iiaa or less (over six) first insert;on. SO Cents. '(to. forea b subsequent insertion. 25 " . jL/t tor SIX insertions or one werk.ft] 50 " ^ for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 80 " * Longer Advertismenu at equally favorable rates. ; Marnaget, Religious ?nd Konen?! Notices, not exceeding jtelin?.2Sc?8ts. XJ The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, is published every Saturday uiorning, at the ?w pnee of f2 per snaum, in advan-.e. THE TRIBUNE. To the People of C'hautanque County : friends and F<lloW"Cit'uens; Yoa are aware that all the territory within your flourish js# County originally belo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 September 1842

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 September 1842

nW^O^teSWnWSK&SeSonnnWnnW^S^^SWO^^Kma^^^^^^n^man^^^ Trial of fc.irw.t. Ctmrle? Witkea, IT. %. N. If AVAL COURT MARTIAL. On board the U. S Ship North Carolina, lying in the Ifew York H*rbor. Reported for Thr New-York Tr.' THIItTFENTH DAY.Wr.r>?*;so*v. Aiu ? The Court met at the nrual beur.rir.d the Jndge Advocate r#>ado*/er the ruinates of the testimony taken die preceding day. ,Mr. Hamilton stated to the Court that Mr. Stewart, clerk inXaeut. Hndaoo, who was sapponed to bave written the two reports of the cmixe of the Peacock, was sick a; Brooklyn ; and be now proposed that the Jadg?" Advocate anrt himself faiM be empowered to go and take the examination of thai witness. Liruf. Hudson retailed.?Q. What * err th? OCCnpa?OQ' oftbr: squadron while at Caliao? A. Tf> officer* were employed in making observ itions, and taking in stores. Q. Was it possible to have convened a Court Martial Utere without great inconvenience to tbe public lerrfce? A. It was not. Q. Were tbe occup...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 September 1842

>? fi E TRIBUNE. The C??tt>?n-Bron?? InTesiijration-Col. ?tc nnrf* Report. TV rAi- Editor of the Tribune : The readers of your valuable paper will recollect that early in May last you published copious ox tracts from a Report made to the House of Repre? sentatives by Hon. Georg" Poindcxter, one of the Commissioners appointed by the President to look into the past and present administrations of the affairs of the Now-York Castom-House?remark? ing ot the time the publication was made that you did so " without comment or favor. leaving the persons implicated to make; such answers as they .-houid deem proper and necessary." Col. Wm. M. Steuakt. of Maryland, another member of the Commission, has made an additional Report, also ordere? printed by the House or" Representatives, more voluminous even than Mr. Poindexter's. in which he takes the liberty to dissent in toto from Mr. Poindexter's insinuations and conclu? sions in the whole matter, not only relating to the present managemen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 September 1842

THE N EW-YORK TRIBUNE Is pcbished every morninr, at No. 30 Ann ttrt+u Pew-York, and delivered to Ckv Subscribers for NINE ?ENTS per vevrk. Sir-He copies Two Cent*.? Mail Subscribers, $4 per annom.i.i adwar.ee. ami the paper in no etsecontinued beyond die time for whieU it it paid. Subscription* taken for Six Months. Ten* of Advertising:.... For each Ad vertkt*rn**nt of TEN li*s or less (over sis) first insertion. 50 Centx, rdo. fort? h subsequent insertion.25 " '.dn. forSlX insen'mns, or one week.$150 " ?da forTWENTY-FIVK insertions. 5 90 " * LrraperAdTertismsnts at equally favorable rates. ' Mania/rs, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding a, re lioesJS cents. XT Tm WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very largejoaper, for the Country, is published every Saturday morning, at the o<x preen? 92 per anaum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. ^retrenchment and Reform. Amoajj md many excellent acts passed by Con ?resi atits recent Session, designed and calcu? lated to.reduce the Expenditures of the Govern?...

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

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2. XT The Whig State Nominating Convention meet* at Syracuse on Wednetday the 1th ef September, (next Wednesday,) as we have stated repeatedly. It was erreneous ly printed 8th at first. 5ZT The Whig Young Men s State Convention meets at Auburn on Wednesduy the 2\tt inst, (just two weeks after the nominations.) We hope t? meet there a gior.om gather? ing ol the Young Wbigsof New-York. A Doable-Sheet Tritouae Will be issued from this office To-morrow Morning, containing a full account of the Reception of the Whig Members of Con cress with the Speeches, etc. etc. We thus make room for a large amount of rich and valuable Literary and other matter which ha? been crowded out from day to day by the pressure of erents demanding instant relation and comment. The Double-Sheet will contain a full original account of the newly discovered Schoharie Caves, a spirit? ed Poem by Hosmer ; reviews of many re? cently published works, with extracts; Last Speech of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 September 1842

ag^BtmxntmnwmmmsmmtmSmnUWBSUWnmn Xfrialadf JLieitt. Chnrlo? Wilkca, U. 9. IV. NAVAL COURT MARTIAL, On board the ?. S. Ship North Oarohna, lying in the New York Harbor. Reported for The New-York Tribune. FOURTEENTH DAY.Thursday, Sept i After the minutes had been read over by the Judge Advr - cate, Lkat.Carr was recalled, but previous to hi* exami?ra? tion tbe Judge Advocate rend the deposition of Frederic! B. Stewart, who is lying sick at Brooklyn, and enable to appear before tbe Court. ? Tbe deposition set lorth that the witness copied one paper from a report in tbe hand writing of Lieuu Hodson, Tb\ paper so copied bore date '* ?. S. ship Peacock, Sydney N. S. W.,Sd March, 1310." Only one of the reports was in tbe baud writing of tbe witness and that was the one i: aaiich the word.," morning " was omitted It will be re merubcred that die aue containing the word "morning' was sent to the Secretary of the Navy. The witness coulo aot say in whose ban !-writing the other paper was. Tin ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 September 1842

THE TRIBUNE. PROTEST OF THE PRESIDENT. To the House of Representatives-. By the Constitution of the United States itt* provided, that *' every bill which shall have passed the House of Repre? sentatives and the Senate, ?ball, befoi- it become a law, lie presented to the Pre?ident of the United States: if heap yrrove. he shall sign it; bat if nit, be shall return it. with ins objections, to that House In which it ?hall have originated, who shall enter n> objertioos at large upon the jonrnal.and proceed to reconsider it," In strict compliance with u> positive obligation thus sm . posed upon me by the Con?tituisou. not havingheen aide to bring tm'selfto approve a bill whirl; originat-d in the Honse of Repre.Hentatives.entH!fd"Anacttrprovidr revenue from imposts, and to change and modify existing laws imposing duties on imports, and for other parposes." I returned the same to the tIou.se, wilb my objections tr> its becoming a law. These objection*, which bad entirely ?afsfied m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 September 1842

il'HJE? NEW-YORK TRIUNE \~ i ?:?;.,?* evert morning, at No, A on - ' ;?" w sShVF C ENT5 per sreek. Smgle copies Tt? \>nt<v.? w^i Subscribers Wi** ?nncm,i.i advance, am: ft? naper ? , 1? casecontinae/beymid d,e kr wbu said. tak<* W ?li * ?nlbs, ?nos ?f AdTcotnng?? ? ?For ?"?-n Advertlseraenc ur f*V vor les?#T<5fwx) nrsl insertion. 50 Cent?. ?5 tt j*B**<|ueat insertion. 25 " da. fin ? < fiBwrtions, or one week.$i 50 " da <or i *j#T^FIV? insertions.. 5 ?0 " i l?nger Ad^^mer.' *t equally favocable rates. atarr-.gttv?V.^xiov l Funeral Notices, not exceeding 8 re lie.. & cecu. CT TtH WJ5F-v : TP ? . UNS. * -?ery laxge.pirper,-1or the Country, > pu ab' - er? S.?*arday morning, at d? pece of $2 pe ? ra awlvav-e._ t he TKTWne/ For The Tribune OUR COUNTRY. BY B. F. ROMAINE. 1. OCR Country?'t is a noble name, Our glory and our pride, Our watchword to immortal fame, Amid life's ocean tide ; And when upon the. stormy wave Our bark was tempest-driven, There was an arm ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 September 1842

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 3. To the Whigs of the State of New-York. The publishers of tbe Albany Argus having advertised as Extra Edition of their Weekly paper for genera! dSsemina tion through the State, in vie w of the approaching Election, the publishers of The New York Tarne?, at the sugges? tion of a few friends ef lb* ?ood Cause, bare been induced ao submit to their Whig brethren the propriety ol issuing an Extra Edition of T? Wreict-v T?'?"" We make this announcement with some reluctance, in Tiew of the hardness of tbe times and the embarrassments wbich we doubt oot are share*, by our fnetid. of the W big Country Press. Nobly bare tbey deserved of their fellow eitiiens; meagre enoogbbas too commonly l^en their re? gard; and if we believed the issue of an Extra Tnbune calculated seriously to diminish their circulation or support we should decline it- We think, however, experience has ??roved that sncb is not the effect, and that the widest circu? lation of the C...

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