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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 August 1841

I HY CBEELEY & McELRATH. " f desire yon to anderstand the trae principles of the Crorcrasnent. I wish them carried on:-! auk nothing Mswe.?-H>sjtuoH. OFFICE NO. 30 ANN-ST. PBfClTONE CENT. NEW-YOKK, WEDNESDAY MOB.\I>G, AUGUST IS, 1841. VOL. I. SO. 111. THE MKW-YOM TRIBUNE. , ?(,liib?'l .very mnrornjr, m No. 30 Ann-street, New-York, Jt asliT*"*'10 C,tv Subscnbf-rK for ONE CENT per copy. Mml sujpcs&tn, $1 per annum in advance : otherwise |3. re?m3 or sovnnTisrac-roa each sovEKTtscsunT or mgmuaesar f*1** (aversix), firstiasertkws. 50 et?. Bo.fore?ch?ub.v;<juciii inseruon. ?? pafcrJ?*'?-er.Is, or one -.????K.<ftf ,1f> Ds.fof Twentj-rtve insertions, or wne aiORth.?*5 OO Lssger Advertisements at equally favorable rates, for FWe1'"0"-bl" t!"' l*ov? rates; Two lines,one-fourth of tbs?e rate*?parable in all cases in advance. T H E T R IB ? \ E. JK^YORK,* WEDNESDAY MORNING; AUGUST 18. From The Extra Tribune of yesterday. Y ? T O ON THE BANK BILL, Washington, Monday, Augu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 August 1841

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1341. TJT Tri?. Veto M???*re re?che I ih'< city ?>y Express al !?' o'cloclt. A. M. y?t?r.1 iy ia '>> h-.ur, from Washington. It wou!"1 have he** here at 2 o'.-lock in <iu? course from Baltimore. We immediate!) issued an rx'ra ami provided it to all on' .Normern and Eastern ? scribers one day in advanie of our regular issu 17 For the President'* Velo .TIeanajfe, nee Fir?t I'a?ie. ? . For another capital Chapter of ISaroabr ?????? ?ee JLnnt Page. CP Look out for Foreign News this morning by Steam ahip at Boston. We expect an Extra pnnted for us in Bos? ton, but if not wo shall issue one speedily Tire Prsmok-vt-s Vt.ro".?We should have been fur better av.isned with the President's Veto Menage had he chosen to recognire directly and frankly, instead of rfrcmtousiy arc! infcrentially. tho benefits which the Country has derived through a series of years from the existence of a National Bank. These benefits ate vast and undeniable?t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 August 1841

MON?Y_MAllKET. ?flies at the ?JM-ek Kxctanuasre. Anguet 17. n a Bank..?30ds 14,!l&0 do do. 51] 550 .Isres l? ?? cajh J4} ,, ? do do.afiOdys 5IJ *? ? n.lAliull"... ..rim 106 220 doL IslRRd. 53 ^fttofOam. ?i SMO do do.bGdd, M1 5 ?Ae*7rson . 5U 5? do Ceniou Co. 31 15 *> jj^?.i6Cd 51|| 3 do do. 31, ^ i0 " gales after Che Beard. U gKank. ?*?! 25 do Harlem. 23j ?#I*jxiercial and .Hob y .Tintter?. ? Tuttdcy, P. M. was ? fair sinount o!" bu>iae?s at the board to-day with the f^"t f.?J. Bank improved j. Harlem t. Long I-land i, Mkgtl vamuiyn? Co d?e/i*ed i- Pa'er?an ,. The only ??"? *^^^e(,._foreigo.?Very little doing. Domestic?The follow J^pi---.34a- Charleston.??l J .2|a2i Augusta.4j.,4J .3a3i Mobile.Biadj Ve/tirteaai.<la4^ Cincinnati.fcja-j Colosihw.l6?17|l.oui?vilIe . ???S.!' I *? Lou,,.w*9l tie Comptroller give., notice th?t the bills of the suspended Pree Pjuji csaaot be redeemed nor a dividend declared until the stock, in the tiodj of Mr. Palmer, of the Mechanics' Brink, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 August 1841

From :be Tiuga Esgl?. THE RETURN. SY MilV EMILY JACK SO*. 'Thinli not te-esu?- trie harp halb ceased. The ??ul of Song hnth fled P Mt harp, give me my harp once more? Again the poise beats high. And my neart ;? touched to its inmost depths, With a jrlow of ecstney. For I breathe once more tfie monntain air, And feast rnv wandering sight On pleasant scene- of my Cbndb?o?'l borne. With a sad yet sweet de.'igbt Then o,u:ek! brin? quick the trembling barp, Ere this wild dream he passed : For the pallid cheek will its B%W Portray. With the hectic following fast. I feel, e'en now, n dimness corne O'er mv eniuwred eyes. And on my brow the darkest shade Of transient being lies. Vet I would sing, to thee my home? My mountain home of thee ; Thougn what but as lite dead hast thou Been for a tune to me. But lor the loved of earlier days. That thronr; me like a spell 1 'd weave for ttiee a wreath of song. And then agairi farewell. A.change hath come, and many a change Since last 1 looked on th-e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 August 1841

Ulf GREELEY Je McELRATH. PRICE ONE CENT. TM NKW-YORI TRIBUNE, ? pgbljibe? ?vry morning, at No.'10 Ann-street. New-York, sid oelrrerrd to City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail guisciibers, $4 per annum in advance: otherwise ?IN? or advertising-for EACH ADVERTISEMENT of Tftt line* or less (over six), first insertion.50 Cta. Be. for sseh subsequent insertion. 'JS ** Do. fer insertions, or one week.> 1 SO Do. for Tweulj-.fl re insertions, or eno aiosth.S3 OO Linger Art sort iaense life nt equally favorable rales. for Five lines, half the above rates; Two linen, one-fourth of Ifcsse rate-?payable in all ea*e,n in advance. THE TRIBUNE, NEW-YORK, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19. ZJ' " The Northern Light," published monthly at Albany under the Editorial charge of Hon. John A. Pix, Amos Dean and othors, embracing the foremo*t men of all sm* and par? ties. 1ms reached its fifth number. A better work (if its kind we know not. The August No. oontains original papers !>y D. B. Stockholm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 August 1841

THE T RI B ? N E. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1?. 1341. XT By a most ,:?;..?..,> , confusion of lypei ye*t?rriav. the ap? pointment of David Hot r.*?v of Baltimore in place of Judge fi?a-oi. *>f Ky. ?>i m?d? t? r?a>l Darid Brenn in place of Jxdpe Bn am. The Mechanics' Institute School -*..? located, in CkmTCk-tt. uiteaJ ?13 Chambers, ?rb?ie it should base been. TT For an interfering Letter from Vienna, th' .Ditnnbe, if ungary, eese l,a>t Page. 17 For I.ilertury Notier?. Vindication of ?*? American Institute, dkc.ee? Firnt Pa,r ET* We are prouder than evei of the Whig Part-V Brr* lf* Stateamen in Congress. Sorely disappointed and grieved a -aha great mass of us have been in tbe failure of our long cherished hopes of a wise and beneficent adjustment of the Cumocy disorder-, there has been no untvise outbreak ol passion. no public expression of feeling that need be regard? ed with regrvt or reproach. If President Tyler had vetoed tha bill Repr-aling the Sub-Treasury, he wou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 August 1841

MARINE LIST. PORT OF NE^-YORK, AUGUST 1?. 1?> .5 15! moon sets.8 <? .6 45 I mcH wsteb.?.'*? 46 LATEST SDTICCf. , )TerpooL July ^ I H,rr*- Jul-V.'" 1 N O'1"?1"- J,,1> -4- . " cleared. ?iew-Vork, Copper, Liverpool, C H Marshall, c L'rk U.vid Camagic. Moller. Lisbon, Barclay ?t Livingston, n Rut.ian. Eead. Koston. H Hnviland; Sw uric Cnrolins, Jncoli ^nxsholm. Boorenisr & Clinton; Bremen Isrisr Helens, Hiltler, t?"- ' n (i 4: F Schumacher. Ssehr? Benjamin, Fragg, Thoinaston; Mary Walker, Westcotl, BaJ noore. - arrived. Rsrk Candor, Haley, Ponce, Pit, IG da, sugar to J Labour. ^bng Jine Allison, Suiilh, Turks Island lids, salt to Godst -'? ^r'if^TremonL Rodick, Caracos SO ds, chins to J Foulk A Son Brij Henry P Ssmner, Gordon, Guayanilia, PR, 14 ds, sugar to ^^jjewllrp, Martinique 14 ds, ?uiar; bound to Bath. ItrbngCorlem. Card, Windsor 12 ds, plaster to (.'apt. Brut Olive Branch, Watts, Lubec 6 da, plaster to Capt. Br Miff Premium. Fmley, Nowc?*iie - I ds, Eng. coal t >...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 August 1841

From (be London Atheoscum. THE FRENCH ARMY AT CARNAK. It was where Carnak's templet stood, Lit by the early dawn? But from their deotn of solitude Even Meranon's voice was gone For T::ne bad hushed bis lyre at last. Though still in marble pride Far was hia lonety shadow cast L'pon the desert wide. Then rose a sound on that sti'l air Like some far rushing stream. As with their conquering eagles ther* The Gallic legions came : They came, where Tune had lost i? power To waste on Thebsn walls. But hung tiiss hush of ages o er Her long forsaken halls. And like deep voices fron the Pan. The ancient e?hoes woke. As. all at once, that stranger host Their joy and wonder sj>oke. There were the young, the brave, nie wise, A nation's gathered might: But well might every heart rejoice To see that glorious sight. In one brief moment all forgot Their onward path of war, Or, it might be, remembered not The land of vines afar . For long that silent city's fame Had o'er the nation's shone? How wou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 August 1841

UV GREELKV & RfcELRATH. PIIICE ONE CENT. m NKW-V?M TRIBUN?, ( o.i:.-.:??Pro?-?od in 3? ofCongrf?. and other -?>w? bribe ?oiuhern viai| one dnr in ad? vance of nur other Penny Paper, /, poblf??e,J .very ruoruiug, at No. :?> Ann-street, New-York, aad delivered to City Subscriber- f..r ONE CENT tier copy. Mail tftflociiben. %* per annum iu advance : otherwise tf.uii or ADVKKTISI.Nc.T^oa. r.ACH aoVERTIseMKNT Of fen line* or less (over mx), nr?t insertion. SO cts. ? po. Airraelisultscnuent insertion.'J5 *? i Pu. for."lir in-? riion., or one week.*** "".81 Bo. fur Tvreuiy-ltre insertions, or ? n e * Jk >7i h*'.'."'.'.95 OO Langer Advertisements at ei|ually favorable rate?, for Five lines, half the above rat??; Two Tines, one-fourth of time r*le-i?payable m all cases in advance. ?/AU notice* of Public Meeting^ Religious, Political, be. of Ser rji.ii? to be delivered by Clergymen visiting our City. oVe. will lie eon nkaoasly published in The Tribune (if not exceeding six line*)...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 August 1841

T H E T R I B U N E. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1841. XT Th? r>.*v of " Anti-Tiesc-Bdeulali.t "'in review of tnu mirk- on the Veto Power ii crowded oul-perhap* for three or da.?. It will keep. . trr XT "Ar. Inquirer " write, to know if there ere any ?o re-ttmn ^ ?en*e*-Boz F-vin. rpoke, of -eve,,-.. ? .of have heard of Common Sensal and a Mor.l fcjenae t" ** Nonsense) beside tboee he indicate*. XT Vor Appointment. b> the paste, nie. with other i n let Ii ;?? ti? ?-. ??? * ,r - For V?.nnd ?li.cHlaair?, ?** P"?' Bankrupt Bill Passed! By ibis Morning's M.il, We are enabled to announce the Leart-cheering Lnt^Hge-ce of tbe PASSAGE OF THE BANKRUPT tAw 'iir""^!l lhe House bj hi- 110 Nays 100?T^?*?? J-oco-focos in ihr Affirmativ. all tbe impracticable* in the Negative, yet only making 24 Whigs against it all told. The bill was fought through inrl, by inch, taken off the table, Clifford's latal amendment gouged out, the bill put through, a reconsideration moved und defeated, and tbe bi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 August 1841

MONE PMAIIKET. ^nlf, attbe Stock Exrhangr, Ansrnnt 1ft. v.?? 0. S. Bank. 14j|l00 do do.? 60dt C2j Jo..i30di Hi, 50 do do.?3d 22j 1? ? do.?3d 14| 150 do do.*60d? 22; ? jZvti. Sc Had. lOtfi 100 do do.cash S9| * Z do.?30d 108 1 50 do do. 22. iW Zs A Trust. Tl'lOO doL IslRRd. 5!? fifNh Bkg A.s. 66 100 do do.?4m 53 ? ? do...... 67jjl00 do da.?3d. 53| *! Z do. ?Ti. 5 do Utica fc Sch'y. 136 J, daRrcbanic?' Bank.... 9" 5 do Merchant* Ex Ca.. U~ , An Vaksburg.?2d 5 5 do Canton Co. 28 S no Mohawk RR....MJ 61 ! 20 do do. STj .? doPater?on.?3d? 51 j lo do do. 22i 75 ^Stoningiou.....?e?d? 36 50 do do. .7 ? io Hadem RR.?3d 92J | 20 do do. S71 Saleaaafter the Board. <*. io Long I?iand. MJlMO do do.ibis wk 221 5 do Harten. **V 50 do U. S. Bank....nst w 14j Commercial and Ho a y JIattera. - Thursday. P. .V. 3<o:k? wrre much depressed to-day, thaugh a considerable Manual ,/|,??inc?' wa? done. U. S. Bank sold at j per cent, lent 'han ) e lera?r. Vicksburg i raterson j, Mecnan.cV Banking Associat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 August 1841

From the Detroit Daily Advartiser, August 14. Isciuksts Cos sect et? with the Destruction' Of the Krie.?Th-re were, a- might be supposed, not a few Provi? dentia] escapes from the danger which befel even ihe sur? vivors of the dreadful destruction of the Erie. A -renilemun from the Eu.t was on hi* way to the bosa ?. company with three others, when he accidentally met a trsmsu with whom he had some bu.ine** to trmsact. H.? ones 5 hud gone on, and he very reluctantly consented to r w ? ami remain fur the next boat. This cirw?Stt?* s log ut the time-probably saved Ins life. Another gendentw. who wtth hi. v. ? fe. g*? ?F ^ Rochester, liearfog when here*^taJJjjC ari(i t?.,, th, is to leave in the afternoon, left toe , rs with .he hope of reaching Buffalo m season. ??* r ? ' , . ' . ^ .tin Erie shove oft into thu Lake .ehe, the citv in time to see toe r.n au _ Rochester, liearing w.?,. ?-- ? d ^ ^ was t.. leave in the ?fo^J*^^ ???<??. He just cur reached the city in - , ud, frorn lhi, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 August 1841

UV GREELEY & McELRATH. ^pHVCE~OKB CENT. THE NKW-YORI TRIBUNE, ( sninini?- the Proceeds oje? of CongreM* and other .><?"? ">> 'he Southern .Tlnll one dny in nd rance of itnr other Penny Paper, i, published overy morurng, at No. ?i Ann-street. New-York. fii delivered to City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail gcbfciibers. %i per annum invariable in advance, and the paper im jo esse continued beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscrip? tions taken for Six Months. Tea** or AtivrxTistue_rox r.acH ADvckTisr.Mr.-sT or Ten hnes or lees (over six), first insertion. ?>C Cta. j)o. for each sul*?equent insertion. a!3 [h for Mix insertions, or one week,.ffl 30 Do for Twenty-five insertions, or ene looath.S*<3 <H> Longer Auvenisaments at equally favorable rata?. For Fire line,, half the above rates; Two lines, one-fourth of thse rates. Advertisements ordered to be continued en the inside after the first insertion w ill be subject to the same charge us on their...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 August 1841

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 'J!. 1241. XT For the Forcisn Newa received v*-alr-rdriy b? the Columbia, ?<??? First Page. For a now Chapter of ? Brtrnnby Budst* received by the Columbia yeeterduy. aee !*??? Page. ?I ore on Mondays XT For n carefully corrected Bank Note JLn?t Page. ^ -.- We printed on Tuesdav aud forwarded to lie BosT"" Ati.a> Al.s.nv Err- Jct KML -NdTKov WHtr-. K clras eeanurtmng toe Pre dent'. Veto Me.sge. Tbcave for tt,.. Allan were recent, to coed aw, son. out those fot the Journ..l a:,i Whig appear sot W have r"*??1 their destination. Why so ! They were pbeed on hoard the ? ? ... boat S?aJk?r, and the Captain apociaiiy reaeested to eeetnej wen ?Jeliver'd at the earliest nioim nt. - - We return our hearty thank, loth' Editor, of the Been - At La? for the.r kindness .n pristine* " Eatra containing ,wm Ml toe beat digest of th? Foreign Now- -old in our coy yesterday "1 be favor shall be r?-i|int'd. ? ? We are indebted to the Messrs. Ha?xd?:vs for brin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 August 1841

MONE Y A UKET. ?ale. at the Stock Kicbeogf. A?iP?-* '--?? IX B.nk Mil l? dc*Bk of State N-Y. 97 do "....bn?t'wk n| do k't?..i?gto-RR ... :rj ^ So Del &Hud....irfm 109 60 do . ?j 50 , do ...10?1!50 do Harlem.. 224 SO 1? L\.|08i| 23 do do. 23 g f fe""'.t??& 109 j 90 do do. W 5 7.V t Trust ....slOds 71 M do do.b-TOd 23 * JK do".blOds Til 25 do Mohawk. 60 55| 55} T:., .ale. ofState Stocks were? 13,(*d Indiana Bond?. x(X?i do do. anoO do do. 3,000 do do. 'sjS*Stau- Five"and a^HalYper'Centi!".*.'.'.. 9l J mii?.i iute Fives, 1855. B5| CemmrrcirtI und .'Iuh y blatters. - Friday, P. M Then- *** J Httlobetter feelinr at the stock board; this morning. Xbe tales were to a fair amount and prices unproved aomewh :t. In? diana Bends closed at an advance of 1, L'tica and Scheeeetad)' Rail road. ?ad Canton Co. 1. Long Island Railroad of $, and Delaware aod Hudson and Harlem Railroads I. CM. Bank closed ut y est er Hay. prices. ExcasncB.?Foreigne?Bat little if any thing doing to-day in bilU o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 August 1841

HUMANITY ANGELIC. If ever anzels walked on weary earth In human likeness, thou were one of them. Thy native heaven was with thee, but subdued By suffering life's inevitable lor; But the sweet spirit did assert its home By faith and hope, nnd oily owned its yoke In the Btronj love that bound it lo its kind. L- E. L BARXABV RUDGE. A .NEW WORK BY B<?Z CHAPTKK XLVM. , I.s the evhaustless catalogue .>f Heaven S tnercies to man kind, the t?.mer we have of finding some germs of comior in the hardest trials must ever occupynbe foremost place not only because ,t support-and upholds us when we mos require'to be sustained; but becaase in this source of cons., lation there is something, we have reason to believe, of thi divine spirit; something ?f that goodness which detect amongst our own evil doings, rede.-mii.r' rjuality ; some thing ?hieb, even.in our fallen nature, we possess in com rnon with tbnnngels; which had its tieing in the old tirni when they trod the earth, and lingers on it...

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

ltY GREELEV ?fc McELRATH. IpBICE ONE CENT. TSE MW-WM TfilBb'N'F, , .?minin? the Pioccedinc* of Congi i M nntl other z $rW9 by the Soulhrrn .TInil our tiny in nd rnncr of tiny other Penny Paper, : I, pablnf"' every morning, a; No.30Ann-street,New-York ,cddelivered to City Sanscntiers for ONE CENT per copy. Msil IfJeejibeiOi i""r sunum invariable in advance, and the paper ease continued beyond the time for which it is paid. Su!>?crip uoni takes for Six Months. Tr.a*? or AnvanTISIltc-?ort cacii AUvr.f.TisKMKWT or Tvn l"1^ or'"'"'r *'*)< ,ir*t insertion. 5.ff ct?. |>?! for each ?i'osoqucut insertion. 35 ?' Do. for insertions, or one week.!?| 50 Do for Ttvecty-fl ve Insertion?, Pi sue mouth.OO Longer Advcru-anueut* at equally favorable rates, pgr Fire lines, bnlf the above rat-.; Two linns, one-fourth of tlits ra'e?. Advertisements ordered to lie continued on the inside ?fterthe first luj-eriiun will lie subject to the sinne '.harte a? on tln.it frit appearance?payable in all ca...

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

Genera! Bankrupt Law. XXV lit a C o n ? r a ??. . P f r $ t Session. Pieuc?So. 6.) AJf \< T to oatnbliah :i I niform >)r.|ptn <.f Bnnk rufsfcy throuiihont lb*' ! nilcd ?tnti?. Beit enacted by Vit Staat* ami House ?</ Representatives oj the (Tailed StaU* of A ne.icu.ia Cun^rets us-em-i'd. Tkal du r? be. Mm! :. . , . i., established throughout me United (states a uniform system ? ?{ bankruptcy, a* follows: All person, whalaotTer residing m Mau. Iii-;.- i. ?>! Territ ??> of lbs United eSwtea, ?wing debts, win--:, -nail ? >t .lave been ? r-at.-u in c< n-e.'uetico of a defalcation .s ? P** lie officer, .it executor, admiui-lrat..r. guardian] or trnstsc. while acting in an otli-r fiduciary opacity, who ?ball. by ?V?,,'','. ???tto:g forti, to ihr bust of n.s auo~ie.Jge end i.elief. a ''*'? , ' ', I ? f ..lor-.tmiirrespoctive p!.r.?s ol rcsid?0C?, snd 1 ",' -. . looa b, together with a > accurate inventory olMt ?r w h party. rizbt . and credits, of ever, Bum*, kin...

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

^ MONEV MA KKET. - le. ?f the ????-* Exchange. Angurt 21. r*B?nk bC'd ><.,!0 do Harlem. ^ do ?.?<*> do utk-. ?? ;' l'ii?d b30d W? il.M) doUoorMa??. Wi , . rvli"""- 5o do Mohawk. ??!? - A, f"WOi. S? do do.b30dyn UH T :? *>. |(.!>, 1? do do.cash Sei ? it ybfind. IBM 50 do Patrrson.?<->d. 51j rj, 4* *.30d 10?,' 50 do Canton Cu.s3ud 2*4 2 Jlrti-1^7$[ 50 do do.b90ds 29, '. ?' ,^;'Bk:'lW.K'? eti ?3 J" ')".??da 30 ?*! k ? .. 5 . I? do do.cu?ti 29} ;';ffl::.':cn.a m w do d?.m*, ? \' agt-KR ... 35, 15 do do. 291 Nrcnnd Hnnnl. y \ Traat.?15 " 50 shares Canton Co.20} K-je"** .. 7 250 do Hailffn I * 7... Pjl 50 do do.. t" Jj*.. Gil W do do.. 2S| t en,niercial and .Tloa y Ittattere. Saturday. P. HJ. .rally ?001 Iswer to-day, although tho amount of busi <>t>COBt,irTtWi: I" -s Bank declined i per cent, ; N. A.Trust "* jtBHnraad Lo?J ,,|""d Hnrleni I; Stonington II; Dtiea and %*eetady i: ll-*?wm '-: Can,ou Co- ""['roved 1 j; Del. A Hud. } i do *?.?"1 (r.?oneyOa''l';...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 August 1841

BARNABY RIDGE. A NEW WORK BV B<>z. CHAPTER XLVHL* I'nctKTAis where to go next, and Isewildered by the crowd of people who were already astir, they sat down in one of the recesses on the bridge, to rest. They noon be? came aware that the stream of life was all pouring one ??ay. und that avail thto.-.g of jierson? were crossing the nvei from the Middlesex to the Surrey shore, in unusual baste and evident excitement. They were, for the i^-lr?^ knots of two or three, or sometime, hulf-a-do/en: tnej spo n little together? mnnv of the:o were quite silent; and nor ried on as if they had one absorbing object in view, witter. was common to i hem all. ,. ?,, i , .,.? ,1,,, nearlv every man in tin Thev wer? surprised to sec that ntany - - , (treat concourse, which still earn- pouring past without slack? ening in the IP-..-T. wore in his hat a blue ,,.cknds?: and th,' the-chance passengers who were not deeorated, appeared timidly anxiaus t. escape observation or attack and gavi them the w...

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