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

KnnkrnptK.?SepL 7. Heary H. Dexter, broker, N. Y. {formerly of rinn of Ray? mond it Eerier.) Wm. tv. Tedd, (late W. W. Todd k Co. merchants, Lex ington, Gco.) now of N. Y. Jlajor Line* (iate firm Lines k Peck.) N. Y. Atsuaoo J. Lord, N. Y. Samuel Ree?er, N. Y. William P. Lande*, N. Y. C I T Y 1 N I* ifi L L I O K N C ?. Wednesday, Septemcer 7. Lawyer's Diary.?This Dat.?Common pleas.-Pnrt l-Noi.73,77, 117. fart 2?No*. 130, 24. 6o 74,78,110,1?. Board of Aldermen.?The Board metal L o'clock, present the President and all the member* except Alderman Hatfield. Petitions PRESENTED aNO Referred?Qf Dr. John R, Chapin for pay for attendance on a woman at the flth di> trictwatch no use- Of Edward A. Nichols, executor of H. iierdy, for correction of tax?For a fire engine at 4?t!i-street 22tb ward?Of Wiliiam1 McCormick to ring the fire bells by contract?Of suudry carmen and laborers praying that no oore contracts for paving streets be given to contractors who pay the ban !s they employ in wba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 September 1842

tf?fe J?KfH?bt Pausa?*? of the Hudson. u v\'e came down in the day-boat, and it was so ttedious." This i* a vory usual exclamation, but a most unjust one. Those who utter it must entirely torget the gorgeous procession of natural beauties ?which passes unheeded before their careless eyes, and the interesting associations winch they sug? gest. But who can be utterly unmoved by the charms of the scenery of the Hudson ? Poets and painters have long been in the habit of going into ecstasies on the banks of the Rhine, which surpasses our noble river only in reputation. It is true that the American stream has no mouldering oastles on its banks, for wo have never been blessed with feudal tyrants to erect them ; it has no legends of murder, rapine and parricide con? nected with it, for our people are too virtuous und intelligent to indulge in the deeds which create >uch Apician morsels for tbo mi?d ; it has no ?unn> vineyards, (ungraceful as they really are,) but fields of golden grai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 September 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE It published every morning, at No. 80 Ant tvrtU New-York, and delivered t? City Subscribers for TflNE CENTS per week- Single copies Two Cents. ICail Subscribers, $4 per annum, id advance, and the papei tn no case continued beyond the time tor which it is paid. .Subscriptions taken for Six Months. Terms af Ad verging.... For each Advertisement of ?TEN lines or leas (over six) first insertion. 50 Cent*. do. fore* b subsequent insertion. 25 ** da for SIX insertion*, or one week.$1 50 - do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 10 " t Longer Advertbrnenu at equally favorable rates. " Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding five Unas. 25 cents. grr Tha WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for ibe Country, is published every Saiurtlay auorning, at the ew price of $2 per anaum? in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Hora Leslie: or Early Times i.i the Massachusetts. Bv tbe Aithor of "'lhe LinwoorU," "Poor Rich Man," "Live and Let Live, &c 2 vols. Harper & Brother*. We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 September 1842

_smmannnwrn. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1842. ? ? ?? WHIG STATE ^NOMINATIONS. FOR GOVERNOR, L?THr-R BRADISH, OF rUNKLIN CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN. OF kings. Election, November 8?(one day only.) Cr The Wmo Younc Men's State Convention meets at AoauaN on Wednesday the 2lrf inst, (jast two weeks after the ruminations.) We nope te meet there a glorious gather? ing ol tbe Young Whigs of New-York. XT The conclusion of Mr. Funnan's able speech on tbe Whig Internal Improvement Policy versus Loco-Focoism, which is <>?ajnienced on our last page, will be given to? morrow. B _ try For notices of New Book?, Letter from China, and an Association Article, see First Page. 03^ For Hope, a Poem; and Hon. Ga? briel Furman's Speech on tbe Whig Inter oai Improvement Policy, see Last Page. 'Our Flag ia there I* We announce with high gratification that the Whig State Convention at Syracuse has unani? mously designated Hon. LUTHER BRADISH of Franklin a9 the Whig candidato for Governor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 September 1842

CITY INTELLIGENCE. Thursday, September l Lawyer's Diary.?This Day.?Common Pi.Cas.-No?. 117,7,51, 96,113,147, 129. Part 2-No. 148 District Court of the United States.? The first Jury trial in bankruptcy t?ok p'aee yesterday. The paroeSjWerejAudrew^B. Haxlun and others vs. Barnes Corse. Mr. Corse is a petitioner in bankruptcy. He wa< formerly connected with his father, Israel Corse, m the ler.ther uusine**, at 1-1 Jacub-st ett They dissolved in 1831 Tr-e petlonr-r had be-?n erigsger! in Texas Scrip and other unfortunate speculations, and failed in l^&2, making Mr. Curtb, our present collector, his assignee. Israel Corse died in March last, leaving a large property, that portion which would have fallen to the petitioner if UDetnbarrassee, we understand, being devised to his children. He married a daugb'er of .Mr. Samnei Leggeit Before ClifT-sireet was opened, in 1826, Israel Corse bought some waste land be? longing to the Roosevelt estate, lying between Jacob anti Pearl. He said...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 September 1842

HOPE. TUOH THI GEJtMAN OT SSHIU.CR. How many there are who sing and dream Of happier seasons coming, And ever is fancy, to catch the beam Of a Golden Era, roaming ! The world may grow old, and young again? And the hope of a better shall still remain. Hope comes with life at its dawning hour ; Hope sports with the infant creeper; Hope cheers up the youth, with her magic power; And when, too, the gray-haired weeper Has closed in the grave his weary round. He plants the tree of hope on the mound. It is not an empty, vain deceit, In the brains' of fools created; It speaks to the soul of a state more meet, Where its longings shall all be sated. And the promise the indwelling voice thus makes To the hoping soul?it never breaks. H. Gates. BnflaJo, nt. T. [Democratic Review. Tie Whig Internal Improvement Poliey, vtrtm LOCO-FOCOJSM. REMARKS OF MR. FORMA N * On the Resolution relative to the Importance of an Immediate Prtseculion of the Works of Internal Improvement in this State. [Reported f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 September 1842

treet, New-Yo-a, aw naiveren to uitv Satt-eribers 'o tifNE CKNTS per week. Single copjes T-*o Centi Xai! Subscribers,$4p?r ?nov.ui advance,and the pape. jo 00 case continued beyond ii-e drne for wbick il is paid subscriptions taken for Six Months. Terms of Acver ?sing-Kor each Advertisement of ?TKN lines or hw (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents. do. for ea b subsequent insertion. ^,25 <* ,t? for SLX insertion*, or one week.*': 50 " do. for TWENTY-/IVK insertions.i to " longer AdvertisraenU at ecually favorable rat Marriages, Reiigidts and b aneral Notices, not ?r: ?edir.p S* Unas. 25 cents. j7 The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very birge';. Vtr, for theConoiry, is published every Saturday svorci'; . -ft the ?w price of $2 per annum, in advance. "the tribune? Got. Paris on Protection and the Laad Diatribution. The Legislature of Massachusetts reassembled on Wednesday at Boston in Extra Session, to Dis? trict the State for the choice of Members of Con? gress under the new Apportionment. A pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 September 1842

J[HE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 10 WHIG- STATE _N OMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY. of kentucky. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHKR BRADISH. of franklin co. FOR L1EVT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, of KINGS. Election, November 6~(on? day only.) TT 43rneral Conmillre of Democratic WHIG YOUNG MEN?A special meeting ot U.? Com? mittee will be bold on Monday evening. September 12th, 1842. at 8 o'clock. By order, ' ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. S. D. Jackson > Secretaries. L 2. Chas. K. Taylor, 5 _ mo it JTT The Whig Young Men's State Convention meet* at Aubl'K.n* on Wednesday the 2Uf in$t, (just two weeks after the nominations.) We bope to meet there a glorious gather iogol tlie Voung Wbigsof New-York. IT Advertiser* will please hand in thr-ir advertisements for Monday's paper, before 9 o'clock this evening. ? For Gov. Davis on Protection and the Land Distribution, Literary Notices, and The Case Stated, see First Page. CTJ* For Hon. Gabriel Furmau's Speech on the Whig Internal Improvement...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 September 1842

TT The American .Laborer for N?ptemb< i will be Cor sale at the Trirumk oliice thisdav. Tbtt ami bei* contain* tbe able speech dl Hon. A. 11. //. Stuart . < Virginia, o? the Necessity of Protection to the Agricultural interests ot tl:e country. Also the ?p.-ech ol Hon. C. Hu - son, of Mass. on the New Tariff. Bedde* these speeches, 0, , number contains tbe address o| tiie Central Committee of tl e Home League: History of tbe Passage ol tlje TariflTlaw. (Editorial); tbe new Tariff, condensed statement of it. prrJ visions, ?Vc. i.e. We particularly commend the attention of Farmers to tl e speech ot Mr. Stuart, ard of Merchants and Traden to that of Mr. Hudson. D- Price ol the Laborer 7". cents for tbe entire volume nf 12 number*. The hack nambers can be supplied Sinele number* f?} cents. _s,r, 61 XT Democratic Clay" Club of lite Eighth Watrd.-At the regular monthly meeting of?iufciob held on Wednesday evening, 7ih instant, the lollowiu resolution was unanimously parsed. Resolved...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 September 1842

For The Tribune. SUN RISK STANZAS; Addruttd to a Young Lady, BT B. f. ROMAINE. I. Fair e'en as thou is yonder light Which streaks the morning's coming dawn. And casts its mild and shadowy tay Upon the hill-side and the lawn, As if to ask the reason, why It should not meet your youthful eye. iL See those proud oaks upon the hills? The monarchs of the woody land? The cedar, maple, and the bay? The younger members of the band, Seem all a mass of burnished gold Set in the mountain's ample fold. nr. Who would recline on beds of ca?o, And sleep away mom's precious hour, Instead of wand'ring forth to see The opening of the day-light flower, And greet a scene so bright a? this, And woo the sun, to steal a kiss? Poughkecptie. April. 1842. The Whig Interna] Improvement Polier, ?oertu* LOCO-FOCOISM. REMARKS OF MR. FUR MAN On the Resolution, relative to the Importance of an Immediate Prosecution of the Works of Internal Improvement in this State. [Reported for The ATbtray Evening Journal.! ? [C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 September 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE It published e^ery morning, at No. 30 Ann t*S2zJ22!tt *** delivered City Subscribers for pfNE CBN TS per week. Single copies Two Cents.? Mail Subscribers, $4 per annum, ui advance, and the paper to no case conUnued beyond tke time for which it u paid. Subscriptions taken for Stx Months. Terms *f Ad verssing.... For each Advertisement of TKN lines or less (over six) first insertion. SO Cent?. do. forea h subsequent insertion. 25 " do. for SLX insertions, or one week.Jl 50 " da for TWENTY-FIVE Insertions. 5 W ? t Longer Advemsment* at equally favorable rates. * Marriages, Refigidus and Fmieral Notices, not exceeding ire lines. 25 cents. -ZT The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for Ibe Country, is pubhshed every Saturday Biorning, at the evr price Of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE" Election Laws. State or New York, Secretary's Office,) Albany, September 9,1842. J Since the law of the oth April, 1842, and the law of the 6th September inst., together with s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 September 1842

i HE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12. WHIG STATE _NOMIN ATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or KENTUCKY. FOR QO~VERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, OV FRANKLIN CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, OF KINGS. Election, November 8-(on* tiny only.) jy General Co???inte? of Democratic WHIG YOUNG MEN-A special meeting Ol lb:* Com aiittee will be held on Monday evening, September 12th, 1842, >t?^to^DSKB,Sb?GH?RTY. Chairman. D* The Whig Teuwc Men's State Convention meets at Arrt'RN on Wednesday the 2\st inst, (just two weeks after the nominations.) We hope ta meet there a glorious gather? ing of tbe YouBg Whigs of New-York. Whig Senatorial Convention*. Third District?At the Mansion House, Albany, Sepi.22d. Fow th District?At Sandy Hill, Washington Co., Sept 22d. Eighth District?At Balavia, Genesee County, Sept. 23d. The Tr.tAL of Com. Ballard.?Apparently a trifling er ror, but one bavingan important bearing on tbe case, crept into our report of the proceedings ot tbe Court Martial on Friday...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 September 1842

MONEYJMARKET. gales nt the Stock Exchange, 8e?t. io. ?5 Del & Hod. 85} i 25Stonington R....b30d U ?5 do.f*5* 25 do.v3o<t 16? lgOb?Tru?Co..62 j 50 L. Island.cash 5oJ 10 Long M. ???? Co.do.bCOd 51 15 do. 8?t 50 do.cash 50? 50 Harlem.fl5d I6*,1 50 do.b80d 51 ? do. 16*1 50 do. so: j? do.? ? i?i|ioo do......bsodsi J00 d*.tSd IG4! 50 Bost. it Prov R ,.s$?od 85 I 5rj Patenten ft.51 second board. 50 Long Island RCo.... 50$, 25 Farmers'Loan.18 43 do.b45d 51 100 do. 181 I 75 <*o .s6p\i i?.j Commercial and Money matten?. Satvrday, P. M. The nies at tlie Board were moderate, without material chance in prices. Delaware declined J; Ohio Trost L? Harlem was str?ng, and went up : per cent Long Island Id demand, and improved }; Paterson I. State Stocks were very light, and not so firm as for ?ome time past Ohio Sires fell do" j per cent. City Severn were a little easier. The following were the trans? action* IIP? Ohio 6s, irro.73 f|l,700N. Y. 7s, 1852 ...101 J second board. $50? Ohio Sixes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 September 1842

For lue Tribune. The Joy *f the Bawl. BY E. W. R. CA KM INC There in a sound that tells of joy ; So rapturous its murmuring, Its seeming sweetness might employ A seraph's string. Ye'll hear it when tha sparkling bow! Leaps with its rosy giadness high, In whose bright deepness sees the ?oul No danger nigh. Yet listen not?her treacherous wiles A Siren streweth darkly there ; That chalice laughs with poisoned smiles ; Victim, beware! That sound may briefly quicken Hopo ; Bid Fancy mount a fleeter wing But soon ye'll find that honeyed cup Conceals a sting.' Western Penneylrania?Land?, Proepecta, &c# Warren, I'enn. Aug. 29,1842 To the Editor of The Tribune: Among your numerous and generally interesting correspondents, I notice one who hails from Franklin, Pa., on his way down the AUeguny Riv? er, in the Water Witch. So far as ho speaks of the country and things generally, from his own ob? servation, I have nought to object ; but when he speaks of the scenery on the Breakstraw Creek, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 September 1842

> THE NEW-YORK TRI?UNI fl published every morning, at No. So An, street, New-York, and delivered u City Subscribers fc NINE CENTS per week. Single copies Two Ceabv j4ail Subscriber*,$4 per atiaum,,ji advance, am- 'be pajH ' m no ease continue*: beyond the lime for which -t is pan: Subscriptions taken tor Six Months. Tenusof A'ivertising... .For each Adver?Asx . ntof YEN liaes or less (over six) ?rst insertion. 50 Ceau. aq. forea h subsequent insertion. 25 " as. for SIX insertions, or one week.tl 50 " do. for TWENTY-KIVE insertions. 5 #0 " i linger Adve rtisrnenu at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Rehgidtfc ami Funeral Notices, not exceedm* |,e lino*. 25 cents. U> The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, tor th? Country, is published every Saturday aiormng, at the \m price dt' $2 per annum, in advance. j THE TK IB UNE. firTEKNTH Annual Fair of the American Jsstiu'TE of Nkw-Yokk.?This celebration creates greater interest in distant parts of ttV country than rvcr, and in less ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 September 1842

JfHE TjR 1 BUN "TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13. ~ WEIG- STATE _NOMINATIONS. f O? PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, of kentucky. jFOR GOVERNOR. LUTHER BRADISH, tr fransxin CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, ok kings. Election. November 8-(ob? day onlj.) TT The Wmc Yoi'nc Men's State Convention meets at Auburn on Wednesday the 2\st inst. (just two weeks after the nominations.) We hope to meet there a glorious gather? ing of the Young Whigsof New-York. TT In General Committee of Democratic M'liifi Young iVien, New York, Sept. 12, 1842, Resolved, '1 bat the Democratic Whig Young Men of this city be requested t:> meet in their respective Wards on Wednesday evening next, the 14ib insu, for the purpose of appointing Delegates to the Convention to be held at Au? burn on the 21st instant Resolved, That the places of meeting in die respective Ward* be as follows: I. Broad-street Hotel. Jl. Jon? s's S? cond Ward Hotel, Nassau-sL III. North River Coffee House. IV. Shaksprue Hotel, cor. Duane and W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 September 1842

E" Spencer?? Imitation rtToIeakin Dat. This popular article i> commended to the pnblic as peci liarly desirable, at the present time, for its economy. Fr? elegance and durability, it competes successfully with U most costly Hats worn. Price $.1 25. SPENCER b 16 tf Pashfonable Hatter. No. 243 n mad way. XT Hata of the Fnll^wtylr are novr read?. [The mode! tor the season is a slight modification of tb( prevailing Paris mode. J SPENCER'S Sale? Room. September 1st. __ ?2 tf 3D* Hat?! Hat? I lint*!?F?LL FASHION ? The subscriber invites the attention of the Beau Monde la his beautiful, graceful, and tasteful lore bell-crowned Hat heing the only really fashionable article of the kind extant though he cannot expect but imitators will spring up ano claim the benefit of his own original conceptions. To say that these Hat* <n-rpa-< any thing of the kind in point of st>le. finish, and gracefui appearance, ?? to claim no more than :s warranted by an ex tienecc- of twenty years in the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 September 1842

*??*J0m^^!!f?^!!!!!^?lReview ? for September. . THK WORDS OF ERROR. FROM THE GERMAN OF SCHILLER. Ws bear three things, end we hear them with heed ; For the good, aye the best, receive them ; YeLtheir sound is in vjin,?and in every need Thev betray the hearts that believe them ! For robbed of the fruit of life is mankind. [wind. When they follow these shadows?these phantoms ol Bo long art we dream of a Golden Ape, When shall triumph the just and die purest, The just and the pure their war shall wage, And the tyrants' chance be the surest. Jf we triumph not in the free world's view. The foe gains strength from the earth anew. So long as we dream that happiness rests With the Noble by Birth united. The world hails the base as its welcome guests, The good are tarned out and slighted : And man is a stranger doomed to roam In search of an unmolested home. So long as wc think that our earthly gaze The'sunshine of Truth is blessing, No msrtal hand her veil shall raise, And we grope on, drea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 September 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBtJNL ?Mi<hed every morning, at No. 50 Ar,o I? ?v Mew-York, ami delivered (? City Subscriber* for ?i5e'cKNT? per week. .Single copjes Two Gents.? u Subscribers, $< p?" ??aru,ui advance, and die paper nn ens* continue.! beyond the time for which it is paid. *BScripuons taken for Six Months. Terns of Advertising.... For eac h Advertisement 01 #ar\l;nes or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cent? forea h subsequent insertion. 15 " j far SIX insertions, or one week.$1 50 ?? far TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 CO " <i^r?er Advervsment* at equally favorable rates. tfarrWes, Religious and Funeral Notices, rot exceeding irt!in*s,25cemi rr The WEEKLY TRI BUNK, a very large paper, Ibr Jconntry,is published every Saturday niorutng, at the 1 - n-ire oi *2 per annum, m advance. THE TRIBUNE. -rto.^s or LANCfiUE.or a Pmxular View of Natural Lanenace, In all its varied displays, in the Animate i^vj t'^* Inanimate World, and as corresponding with ,r.tinct, Intelligence anJ Reason...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 September 1842

THE. T RjBU N E>_ WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14. WHIG STATE _NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Of KENTUCKY. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, or rRAjtuti."* cc. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL F?RMAN, OF KING*. Election, November 8?(one day only.) IC7* The office of tbe Tribune will be removed nvxt week to the new building Na 160 Nassau-street in front of tbe Park, and nearly opposite tbe City Hall. The arrangements for printing and publishing the Daily and Weekly Tribune will be greatly extended, and such im? provements made in tbe paper as it is hoped will insure a continuance of tbe liberal patronage with which it has hitherto been favored. Whig Scnatorinl Convention?. Third District? At toe Mansion Hou?e, Albany, Sept 22d. Fourth JJistrict?At Sandy Hill. Washington Co..>ept22d. Eigfuh Dxeliict?At ?atavia. Genesee County, Sept. 23d. D* Whig Ye ti vt^ .Tien a State Convention, AT AUBURN, September 21st, 1342.?Tbe undersigned, a Committee of Whig Young iMen, appoiuted by die...

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