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

that human nafnre wan capable of bearing. I have been under the care of the roost di?ingui?he\l physicians, both in tab country and in Jvngland, rioted Bath, Cheltenham. Bristol and Giou<-r*ter. tried various specifics, anvmgothers a larze quan?ty of Swaim'* Panacea, used sulphur baths, Jtc, tc As a Ja?t resort I was induced to wrap rnvself in i tar ointment, ke?p myself secluded, shunned by all. roysell auto shunning. I was induced to believe my case a bope * less one. In August last, by the advice of friends, I went to the New-York City Hwspital, but was there told thai my case was incurable. The disease now enveloped my whole body,rendering me almost helpless; the skin thickened tod cracked, and blood and matter ran. and lib* it*elt be? came almxrt a burden. A few weeks since I was induced to use your Sarsaparilla by bearing it so highly rrcoromen SgFSfd, living ?pent near $S.nOO without obtaining but little ' relief. After using it a short time I found myself b*tt-r, aal now,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 September 1842

THE TRjIiUNE._ "SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3. ET Advertisers will please hand in their advertisements Sot Monday's paper, before 9 o'clock this evening. D" We bad intended to publish in this number the last Speech of M r. Hadson of Mass., in ad voeaey of ihe prelec? tion of Home Industry, and have it in type, bot a press ot matter compels us to erowd it out at last. ETThe Weekly Tribume for the present week contains .he Trial of Liest. Wdkes, Commander of the Ex? ploring Expedition. The Rescue of tbe Maiden a Poem of 180 lines, bv W. H. C. Hosroer. Editorials on the Tariff Bdl-The Caihoun Movement-Misrepreser.tat.ons of the Journal of Commerce-Loco-Foco Falsification of Public Monuments-Veto Power-Revenue and Protection, itc. Uc fcc Congresiional Proceedings. Tbe usual variety of News Literary Notices and Miscellaneous Items, Commer? cial and Money Matters, and a complete List of all good Banks in U>e United Stales, with the rates of discount at jfryy.York. Price 6J cents, and i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 September 1842

BY THIS MORNING'S MAIL. APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESIDENT. By andtcith the adiiccand consent of the Senate. Lewis Wakrington, to be Chief uf the Bu? reau of Navy Yard* and Docks. William'M. Crank, to be Chief of the Bu? reau of Ordnance and Hydrography. William P. C. Barton, to be Chief of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. David Conner, to bo Chief of the Bureau of Construction, Equipment and Repairs. Charles W. Goloscoroe^h, to be Chief of the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing. Promotion..*: in ihr Nany. Commander John Gwinn to be Captain, from the 17th April. 18-12, vice Ciac'.c, dismissed. Lieutenant James T. Gerrt to be Commander, from the 17th April, 1812, vice Gwinn, promoted. Passed Midshipman Hunn Gansevoort to bo Lieutenant, from the 27th February, 1842, vice Clinton, deceased. Passed Midshipman William S. Drayton to be Lieutenant, from the 1st April, 1842, vice Car? roll, deceased. From the Albany Areus of yestsrday. "Whig Parly is in Favor of a Tnriff? The Whig Speaker once...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 September 1842

SCHOOLS. RS. HOLTON'S Boardiug aud Day School for li'otmg Ladies, No. 11 Amuy-st ac30 2ni WfR- and MKS. STEVENS' School for JlTJL Young Ladies. 173 Thompson st,, first door below Blercker, will reopen Monday,Sc>u 5th. si 4t* USiC.?Miss Morse respectfully in ._, form* the ladies of this city and Brooklyn, that she 'ill give instrnction on the Piano Forte, and in Singing, at the residencesol the pupils. Terms to suit the times. Ap? plication to be made at 10 City Hall place._si lw* M" RT?n^ will re-open their Young Ladies' School. 10 Ca. roll place, Bleeck ?T-Mreet, on Wednesday. 7th ol" September. I bey have a few vacancies fur board bag pupil*, their limited number be? ing twelve. It will readily be perceived that punctual at? tendance is necessary tor the immediate organization ot ibe cias>es._anSlGw MR. A. KYLE, Teacher of the Piano Forte, Flute, Flageolet, kc, takes this opportu? nity to tender bis siccare thanks to his many kind patrons in this city and its environs at the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 September 1842

LEGAL. I IN PURSUANCE of an order of the.Sur rogate of the County of New-York, notice ? hereby given 10 sdl persons having clai?ns action David Milne, late of the Island of Santa Orot, in the West Indies, deceased, to present the same vidi the vouchers thereof to the sub? scriber, at bis office No. 45 South street, in the city of New York, on or before tbe sixth day of February next. Dated New-York. l<t day of August, a. D. 1842. ao3 Iaw6m_JOSEPH W. ALSO P. N PURSUANCE of an order of the Sur _rogate of the County of New-York, notice is hereby given to a!! persons having claims against Daniel McFar fine, late of the Idand of Santa Crui, in the West Inriie*, deceased, to present the ?ame with the vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at his office No. 42 Soudi street, in the city of j New-York, on or tiefore the sixth day of February next Dated New-York, tbe first day of Augn*t, a D. 1842. auS lawjfrn_JOSEPH W. a LS OP. TNPURSUANCE of an order of the Sur x rogate of the County of New...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 September 1842

For The Tribun?*. THE RESCUE OF THE MAIDEN. From an Unfinished Poem. BV W. H. C. HOSMER. How sweetly fell the was moonlight Upon the Huroii camp that night, "When the wild storm, its fury spent, Undarkcned left the firmament How pleasantly the moonbeam shone "When died away the thunder-groan, And waves, in wrath that lately heaved, A glory from its light received; While forest on the shore, and hill, Were mirrored in the water still, . And vine and flower that grew about, Gemmed by the rain, gave fragrance out Made restless by bis dampened bed A waking warrior raised his head; Then rising slowly to his feet Looked on the lake's unruffled sheet;? Bright dimple on Earth's chequered face A radiant pearl in emerald vase; A primal freshness wrapped its breast? It lay a type of holy rest. Its surface smooth as polished steel, Ploughed never by the wandering keel, Wind, wafer-fowl and falling shower Its playmates since Creation's hour. So picturesque, so calm a view, Beneath pure skies of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 September 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Ii pobiished every morning.at No. so Ans JJWl, New-York, a?i deliver**! t? Cay Suosertbent foi CENTS per we?-k. Single copies Two Gents.? Hail Subscribers. $4 per annum, 01 advance, and the pape to ro case continued beyond the lime for which it is paid. Subscription* taken for Six Month*. Terms ef Advertising... .For each Advertisement of TEN lines or low (over six) first insertion. 50 Cent?. ,1a for ea b subsequ*?t insertion. 25 u for SIX insertions, or oue week.$150 " da (or TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5*0 " LongT Advertiwnen? at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religions and Funeral Notices, not exceeding 6t* line*. 25 cents. ?" The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, (or tue Country, is published every Saturday morning, at the ow price of $2 per annum, in advance._ THE TRIBUNE. fifteen days later from europe. Arriral of the Caledonia. The royal mail steamship Caledonia, Captain Lott, arrived at Boston on Friday morning, at a quarter past 5 o'clock, having lef...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 September 1842

?QV. JIliliJLlAiiD'S LElTUi T_ "??in* ~*. Kl**, acti? ;** the (irtitn* r 0/<A? Statt ?/ 4* kirnte foW A* ? * ?O* ? : of the tale, of New ti tfapsbjre, 7 b rw received :ui? r.??.?i..!.-.?. i? ??.) > -. .y Lemuel M- A~?.o.d, * epnfttnklf'ii' ? naff u?e mte of it* hm, pu po ueg tob* - i j? tipo i n< t? ??_,?? 7\fiiv.. iT. l>*-r, wi. 1 rv r?f 'ternoo, again:;: rt,*- v.ate of Rh y !?* I i., d, J.o ? rrproeiite.? as " afugitive :r-?o jus l\, <-.~ 't ' ?le* t< mj o-ed tmw t?> reaSdr wttid 1 Ihr limil? r( NV Ii i:; ' . ? , it ht dtlttend lo _e**id 'a?a?HiL AiTfW. >p< f-bded >y r?_ torrct<n> b?~i, ?bat ihe w?i may ' ; u: ? ? > tb* uid >..???? nde Htm b ? ': ??? ' "m 1-iv.' an ! jao; ??? rt? ?1 ttf.portr-'.* Tv? this n ... < .1:. u 1 have ?-n jt-1 uw eowtWrratkMi * ??? 1 Ire i.nuti ? ; 1 ??? 0 ? w - 2 woul '. fri"t?it*???e l" U-*-???? 8j ;t, ..? wn :? . . importance wooKt to den aid Th.? ntedh - fuhjecl \ri'.. h ha? for a lew lonofhi !???? prat y -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 September 1842

Tue EAGLE.?Among the multitude of pleasan occurrcttces and coincidences on Thursday after? noon, while tho Whig" members of Congress war. entering the city, was one which is worthy of spe? cial notice. A fine gray eagle, " Jove's own bird," carr>? down from his mountain eyrie, and sailed mnirniticently amoi.g the assembled host, until h? found it convenient to rest the sole of his foot' Upon the topmost round of some ship's top-gallant mast, whence he would flutter to another, set earn? ing at times his freedom notes, as if in the fast? nesses of the rocks, und i:i concert with the huzza* of the crowd, and die roar of the artillery. It was a fine sight, and a glorious omen. The bird of lib? erty found the atmosphere congenial, when it wa rent with the cries for the principles of freedom. a.\d freedom's noblest son, Henry Clay. [Philadelphia U. S. Gaz. CP The good effects of the Tariff arc alread\ apparent. Several factories in this city whicl have lot z been closed, v. ill immedi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 September 1842

for m> u,'f()!' Pl'iiLIC ACTS Passed? the 2d Session of the 27th Congress. rEEPARr-0 FOR THE fCsTIOMAL INTELUCetfCSR. , irt to provide for satisfying claims (or nminty lands \\ii>*'v serricei in the laf war with Grctt Britam.and for other rurposes. . . . \n actTor imiElog aopropria?ow, in part, lorcm. de nartmen!?. for the vear 1312. An act ("or tbe eaietWKl of ihr- loan of 1341, and for an ad dition of five million, of dollars thereto, and lor allowing In? terest ".-i Treasury not*? due. An acl to authorize an issue of Treasury notes. An act fr the-apportionment of Representatives among the several Stales according io tbe sixth census An act making appropriations for tbe civil and diplomatic expen-esof Government for tbe year 18-12 # ? Anac nuking appropriations for the naval service for the year 1S42- " . ? ? An act making appropriation* for the current and contin gent expenses Of toe Indian department, and for fulfilling treaty stlpalattoni with tbe various Indian tribes, f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 September 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE It published every morning, at No. 30 Ann street, New-York, and delivered to City Subscribers for NINE CENTS per week- Single copses Two Cents.? Mail Subscribers, $4 perannnnjtu advance, and the papei in no ease continue*! beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. Terms af AdvertU-.rtg... .For each Advertisement of TEN lines or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents. do. forea h subser;aejit insertion. 25 " do. for SIX insertions, or one week.$1 50 " do, for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 90 " l/inger Advertlimenu at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious aad Funeral Notices, not exceeding ': ? linos. 25 cents. O* The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, is published every Saturday morning, at the ow pnc?- of $2 per annum, in advance. " THE TRIBUNE, MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT Accompanying the Treaty. T have the satisfaction to communicate to the Swnate the results of the negotiations recently had in this city ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 September 1842

THE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER ?. IT Democratic Whig General Cosnnsit lee.?A r?gotar meeting of tins Committee wilt be bald at the Broadway Horue, on Tuesday Evening, Sept. 6th, at 3 o'clack. ELLIS POTTER, Chairman. j. H. PtOBAET IIa wes. ) 5. , . Ea ?. Cowxes,_ \ asecretanes. & % ?T The Wmc State Nominating Convention meets at Stuacuss on Wednesday the 7th of September, (cext Wednesday,) as we bare stated repeatedly. It was erroneous? ly printed 8th at first. O" The Whig Yovsg Hen's State Contention meets at Acbokn on Wednesday the 2\st inst, (Jost two weeks after the nominations.) We hope to meet there a glorious gather? ing ol the Young Whigsof New-York. (jy* For the Message from the President accompanying the Treaty with Great Brit? ain, and an Association Article, see First Page. (jry For Thoughts of a day in June, and the Poetry of Life, see Last Page. The message. The Message, accompanying the Treaty with ?Great Britain, which we publish on the first page from th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 September 1842

Bankrupt*.?SepL 5. A. Variderpool. (laic firm Vanderpool 4: Carpenter) gro cers, N. Y. Oct. s. Samuel Taylor, (late firm Taylor, Brothers,) N. Y Oct. 8. Thomas Barry, (firm Barry it Mead.) N. Y. Oct. 6. Tbomas Wellington, ( A late firms John Tombs St Ca and yv-iiiam G- Stubley.) Oct. 6. Augustus Campbell, carpenter, K. Y. Oct. 6. Charles W. K?r?.iU, (firm S.Keith 4t San, SacketU Hai - i?!,) N. Y. David B. Case,Suuiliol(l, L>. I. Court Calendar.?This Dat.?Common Pj.eas.-Part 1-Nos. it, 55, 73, 101, 117. Part2-Nos 134, 137,136, 26, 23, 3-t, -18,128, G, 24, 63,100. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Monday, September 5. Board of Aldermen.?The Board met at 5 o'clock, all the members presenL The minutes of tbe three last meetings were read aud ap? proved. Invitation to attend a meeting of the Hope Tem? perance Society at their ball on tbe 9th in?L; accepted. Petitions Presented and Referred? Of William Blair and Wiiham Bross far stands in the Centre and Essex mar? kets : of John Bramson, Henry V*'. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 September 1842

For Tbe Trib?ne. THOUGHTS OF A DAY JN JUNE. BTI.W.I. CAKNINC. u It is a njAt the careful brow might smooth, And make age mile, and dream itself to youth." The Guouk. It is tbe breath of Jone?the summer pi irae Bits bland o'er Nature in her green array; This balmy soath bath kbu'd a sunnier clime. And gather fragrance on its trackless way. Leaping with joy the universe is ?raj-. Prom lowiy vale to tbe baught mountain's top, Teems with a featlier> I'feeach gladiorae trrnv, And to tbe purling stream the willows droop? Wirde glances from tbe landscape far tbe sun of Hope. It is the uky of June, and sheen and shower Illume and darken?Nature's smiles ami tears; These skies smile oft'nest now, and when they lower, Tis like the frown the brow of Beaoty wears, When sadness struggling with joy appears, Brigbt'ningdje victory Joy at lengdi will bring, As mourning die returcless flight of years, These latest far-drop, sheds departing Spring, While, o'er bersway relinquished, wave* her foldin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 September 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUN* I? pubHshe#l every morning, at No. 80 Aa, Mreet, New-York, aiai deliverod to City Subscribers to NJNK CENTS per week. Single copies Two Ceats. Mail Subscribers, $4 per aanani, i.j advance, and the pap* n: no case continued beyond ue time tor whicb it is paie. Sabsoriptioru taken lor Six Months. Terms of Advertising.... For each Advertisement of TEN lines or les? (over six) first insertion..... 50 Cent?. do. forea h subsequeat insertion. 25 " do. lor SIX insertions, or one week.,1150 u do. fiJTTWKNTY-FlVE insertif/ns. 5 ?0 ? ? Longer Advertisroents at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceedm, |ve Hoot. 25 cents. ET The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a -ery large paper, to. the Country, is pubbslied every Saturday morning, at the aw price Of |2 per anaum, in advance. "the tribuneT SPEECH AT T1IE TABERSACIE, Of Host. ?. W. Thompson, of Iadiaua. Hon. Mr. Thompson, of la., being introduced to the assembly was received with hearty cheering, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 September 1842

_TH? TR1B ? W E, _ WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7. KT The Whig State Nominating Convention meets at Stxacuse on Wednesday the 1th of September, (next Wednesday,) a* we hare stated repeatedly. It was erroneous? ly primed 8tb at nrrt. "CT The Whig Young Men's State Contention meets at Auburn on Wednesday the 21 st inst, (just two weeks after tbe nominations.) We hope to meet there a glorious gather? ing ol tbe Young Whigs of New-York. IT The 'suggestion' of' A True Whig' should be made in the proper quarter, and not through die newspapers. For Hon. R- W. Thompson's Speech at the Tabernacle, Death of Hon. T. D. Baird, and other items, see Firtt Page. frj> For a Hymn of the Sea, by W. C. [Bryant, and France and the French, see " Last Rage. (CT3 We moan to publish Silas Wright's Speech on the Tariff to-morrow. Our Loco-Foco City journals seem shy of it. OS3 The Delegates from the Southern Counties lo the Whig State Convention were mainly in Albany yesterday morning on their way to Syr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 September 1842

Court Calendar.?This Day.?Commo.v pLEAS-Partl-Noi. 19,53, 81.93 Part 2? Nos. 134, 137 136, 26* 23, 34, 48,128, 6,68,16,46, 62, fcG,102,101, 130. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Tuesday, September 6. Board or Aldermen.?The Board met at I o'clock, present the President ami all the members. The minutes were read and adopted. Petitions Presented and Referred.?Of Alichae. Daily, for pay for damage done bis ltouse iu the 6th War.1 at the bat Charier Election?Of Messrs. Brown Jt Bell fur extension of grant of the southerly side of Houston stree; granted to Adam it Noah Brown, ou the 16th November. :807. Report or the Comptroller with certain bills of ex prnsc* incurred for the reception und entertainmeaiof Lord Ashborton, together with a resolution making an appro priation of $300 lor the same: adopted. Unfinished Business.?On motion the res-jlulion for tbr appointment of two additional Police Officers for the 18th 2nd l"tk Wards to serve until the 15th NovembrT next wa> taken up and amended so as t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 September 1842

1';v:',s K- ? ^^^^^ Prow the Christian Examiner. A HYMN OF THE SEA. BY W. C. KRYANT. The sea is mighty, but a mightier sways [scoop'tl His restless billows. Thou, whose hands have His boundloss gulfs and built bis shore, thy breath, That moved in the beginning oc'r bis face, Moves o'er it evermore. The obedient waves, To its strong motion, roll and rise and fall. Still from that realm of rain thy cloud goes up, As at the first, to water the great earth. And keep her valleys green. A hundred realms Watch its broad shadow warping on tbo wind. And in tho dropping shower, with gladness, hear Thy promise of the harvest. I look forth, Over the boundless blue, where, joyously, The bright crests of innumerable waves Glance to tho sun at once, as when the hands Of a great multitude arc upward flung In acclamation. I behold the ships Gliding fro n capu to capo, from isie to isle, Or stemming toward far lands, or hastening home From the bid world. It. is thy friendly breeze That bears them, wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 September 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIB?NI Ii w?hl isbed every morning, at No. 30 And ltreeN_New-Yorh, awi delivered to City Subscriber* foi HTNK CENT? per week. Single copies Two Cents.? Kail Subscriber*. ?J4 per annum, 10 advance, and die papei i? no case continue*? beyond the time lor whicb it is paid. Snl?errptions taken lor Six Months. Terms of Advertising.... Kor each Advertii?sn#nit of ft,ti lines or less (over six) first insertion. 60 Cents. do. for ea b subsequent insertion. 25 " an, for SIX Insertions, or one week.$150 " "jTv IbrTWENTV-KIVE ixwertions. 5 00 " 1 Innrer .?dverthmenu at equally favorable rates. * Jsiarriages Keitgious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding sre urns*. 25 cents. D* The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for t'sr <k>cntry, is published every Saturday morning, at the ost price of $2 per annum, ill advance. THE TRIBUNE IjBot.ures ei? :he History or Chtustunitv, By Rev. Eeorge W. Burnap, aathor of Lectures to Young Men, rcturason Spherearid Duties of Woman,4c I vol. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 September 1842

THE TRIB?NE, "t?IJJRSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8. SD* Tbe Whic Youkg Men's State Convtnttojc meet? at A?bo*!? on Wednesday tke 2\st trwt, (jast two week* after tbe oomlnadons.) We hope t? meet there a glorious gather? ing oi tbe Young Wbigsof New.York. XT We ?hall be happy to recrive tbe information prof? fered by " A Member of Company C, U. S Dragoons.'' If he will make bis article ?bort and spirited, we shall doubt? less !>e glad to publish the wbole. Q**/** Fora Speech of Silas Wright on tbe Tariff Bill, Notices of New Books, Progress of the American Institute, &c, see Firat Page. For Review of the New-York Mar? kets, The Dajlight Passage of the Hudson, &c., see Last Page. ?* We publish on our first page the Speech of Silas Wright apologising for his vote in favor of tbo Tariff bill, and betraying his bitter hostility to tbe principle and policy of Protection. Insin? cere and double-faced as Mr. Wright's course on this subject has been, he will find thntAt* constit? uents...

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