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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 September 1842

CITY INTELLIGENCE. TUE?DAY, Sept. 13. Vice Chancellor's Court.--Sept. 13.?Be? fore Vice-Ciianc. iior McCoun. DBCJStON*.?Joe ph J. Jones vS Charles R. Thome : tl e defendant is proprietor of the Chatham Theatre. Some time vnce an injunction was obtained by complainant res training Mr. Ti)<>n.e Horn playing two dramas.41 Tbe Sur? geon of Paris," and the " Carpenter of Rouen," which had been announced at the Chatham. Previous to the injunc? tion being granted, a bond was required in $1000 to indem? nify defendant should the camplaiut not be well founded.? The bond was given, joindy, by the complainant (Mr. Jones) and Thomas S. Hamblin. Subsequently tbe inju.ic fjon was dissolved, and the defendant made application that tbe bond should be delivered to him in order that he mighi sue ia a conit of law or that damages should be assessed by ? master. Defendant testine-, to having been six weeks in ge:?Dg the diama uu, which was done at great expense, and that ibe injunni in was laid o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 September 1842

For The Tribune. SUN-SET THOUGHTS. BY STEPKBX B. PEAN. Lo.' in the gorgeous West In gold and purple there Behold His seal impressed Who shineth every where; Who coloreth the meek-eyed flowers Which blush in low humility; Who paints sublime, Hi* how midst showers And radiance gives infinity. Oh, from such glorious skies At the fearful hour of even, Will trustful wishes rise Of soaring up to Henven. Now Hope-fledged Spirit plumes its wing; Escaping from its earthly load, It heaven-ward longing glances flings And faintly chants a Seraph-Ode Bright in those dazzling piles. Those clouds of jewel hues, Sees marshalled radiant fdes, Host-? there the Spirit views:? Lo ! Angels bright, with harps, and palms Bless'd hymning bands?a choral throng Swell anthems sweet, and Holy psalms, With harp-tones ricii, and Cheiub'oSong. Oh mournfully returns The Spirit-wrapt, to Earth; And sighingly he spurns Its scenes as little worth; Where want and pain and care and hate With strife and toil, and grief ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 September 1842

Ti? NEW-YORK TkiBtJNE * nilsh"* every morn ir. g, at No. it) Ar.r. I ** ZZi. New-York, a*u delivered u City Subscribers lor 5 SnF CSNT5 p*-r vte^k. Single copjes Two Cents.? SubserHrfrs.$4 o*r annnn^i.i advance, and i'ne pap*r I LlMn,' rase continued bevond tue Urne lor which it is paid ? y^on?tabenfbrS,xMonUu. Terr.t' ef Advertising? For each Advent seme-Mof *c?J lines or less (over mx) first insertion. 60 Cents for ea h subsequent insertion. 25 ?* fivr SIX insertions! or one week.$150 '? a forTWENTY-KlVF: insertions. 5 SO ? "t^-rer Advertismenu at equally favorable rates. Marr.*??, ReJigim? ?d Funeral Nolir.es. not exceeding trt t:'-j?*. ?5ceats. V Trw WEEKbT TRIBUNE, a very large pap?, lor .HTr-onntrv. is published every Saturday aiorrnng, at the !5r nnce 61 g per ana Jin, m advance._^ THE TRIBUNE. ADDRESS OF THE WHIG STATE CONVENTION. The Whig? of New-York, prompted by recent event'i have indicuted their feelings in a mtnncr u eroph"'0 as to l?ave their Delegates assembled in Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 September 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15. WHIG- STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, of kemtcckv. FOR GOVERNOR. LUTHER BRADISH, Of FRASKMN CO. FOR LIEVT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FU?MAN, of HlUCi. Election, November 8 ?(one day only.) ?ET Tbe orliceoftbe 'I Rist'ne will 'oe removed mat week to tbe new buildinc No. 160 Nassac-street in front of tbe Park, and nearly opposite tbe Ciiy Hall. The arrangements lor printing and Publishing tbe Daily and Weekly Tribune will be greatly extended, and such me provements made in the paper as it is hoped will insure a continuance of the liburai patronage with which it has hitherto been favored. TLT Whit: Young Men's ?t?te Conrention, AT AUBURN, ?ej.temDer 21st, 1312.?The uudetsigned. a Committee of VVhig Young .Men, appointed by tbe Clay Club of Auburn to make arrangements for the Whig Young lien's Stale Convention, to be held on the 21st, hereby an? nounce, lhat the latch siring will he out on that day, and that all the hospitalities of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 September 1842

King's Evil."?so called from an imaginary cur" said tobe performed ui lntroyal touc\.?Tinsuinioi?-iwsmke, jt? appearancedifferent parts it 'In- l>ody , but principally aflecis tbe glandular system in it- commencement, fro a whence it proceeds to seiie upo.i and utterly destroy tbe csrtif41*^4, .igamenls and bone.v Tbe first symptoms are eow i.e!rn-nt ot* tbe glands about the neck, under the chin and be hi -1 the ears, winch comnues to ?prcad and inc.r?a-e In outnbsT, until the internal ore/am become aTect'-d and j ibe lOORS, bver and i. es- ntery glands are enveloped in ?Iis- I ?an-, from wh't* tbe patient is only relieved in big suffer in-'sby tbe pa e me-senger of Death. Sands's S ars ai*a ?illa ba?b*e? proved l.y actual ext/crime-n, in a j-reat va? riety of ca??-s, to mmediately arrest and pe "roan* ally cure this and similar ? h.plaints, such as sco.ulous tumors, moles or barn lumps ulcers, obstinate cutaoeou-. ernptit as, i.e. Froni tbe picul ar combination o! tm's valuable ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 September 1842

THE TRIBUNE._ Cane of the Caroline. The following is an outline of the Correspond once between Mr. WEBSTER and Lord Ashkuk rotf upon this subject, published- at length in vestwrday's Courier: I. Mr. Webster lays before Lord Asburton an extract of u letter from the Department of State to Mr. Fox, of the 24th of April; 1841, and an extract from the Message of tbe President of tin? United States to Congress at tbe commencement of the Session, as the readiest male of presenting the views which the U. S. Government entertains of the destruction of the vessel. II. Lord Ashburton rep lies that it is satisfactory to perceive that they arc perfectly agreed an to the general principles of international law applicable to this unfortunate case. He adds : " Every consideration loads us to set, as highly as jour Government can possibly, do, this paia mount obligation of reciprocal respect for the in? dependent territory of each. But, however strong this duty may be, it is admitted by all writers,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 September 1842

rn.? ii i !??.1111? ?nbn*h?"? ??very morning, -.it No. 30 Ann street, N>w-\'ork. ?od delivered t* Cin Subscribers Rh KINK CENT* perweek. Single copies Two i>nu.? Ma'J Sabscriber*, $4 I>er niinum.i.i advance, and ?i;r papei n? c*m*continue beyond the tune lor wl?ca it i? pan! ^bjcnptiooa taken foe Six Months. rr?i> t>'< .Advertising.... Kor each Advertis?ni*-m of ??gjV linrsor l<^-'???'?r ^ tirst insertion. 50 Cent* > ' (orea Ii Mi!>?<*(]iient insertion. 25 " !L for SIX insertions, or one werk.$150 " 51 to TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 ?0 " I/>n?er Advertisinente at equally favorable rates. M.in'u"--; .-?'us and Fun*n? Notices, not excerdin? freii^-.^reais. ?7 Tit? WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a rery large, pf.per, to: ?he Country, is published every Satnrday H)ornine;, *t Use 0vr price of $2 per annum, in adrance. THE TRIBUNE. Gear Candidate*. From ail parts of the State we receive the most entbasiastic responses to the W*ig Nominations. Tbft delegates t.. the Conven...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 September 1842

3eei252exz5e.2 TUE TRIBUNE. JrIDaT\10RNING? SEPTEMBER lG.lW WHIG- STATE DOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF KKMTVCKY. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BKA DISH, or F-.*NKU?f co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, OY KINtiS. Election, November 8 ?(one day only.) ?7" The oriire of the Tribune will he removed o?xt week to the new buildin? No. 160 NASSAU-iTr-.r.r.T in front of the Park, and nearly oj.po-.ur the City Hall The arrangem<*nts for printing and publishing the Daily and Weekly Tribune will be greatly extended, and such im? provements made in the paper as it is hoped will insure a continuance of the iilr-ral patronage with which it has hitherto been favored. XT' U'hi- loan;' .Hen - Mttitr Convention, AT AUBURN, September 2ist, 1342.?Tl e undersigned, a Committee ol Whig V>?un^ Men, appointed by the Clay Club of Auburn to make arrangements lor the Whig Youi g Men's State Convention, to be held on the 21st, hereby an? nounce, that the latch stria % zvill be out on timiday, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 September 1842

IT Sixteenth Ward.?At a meeting of the Demo? cratic Whig Voang .Men of tbe Sixtee th Ward held at lln rleton's, September Hth, 18?, ADDISON DOUGHERTY, was called to the Chair and /.?lv.onS. Hawkins appointed Secretary. The following gentlemen were appointed Delegates to die Young Men's Convention to be bfcld at Auburn on the 21st instant: JAMES HORNBY, EDWARD J ROSSfTER JAS. T. COL'ENHOVEN, JOHN p. Cl'.MMIXG. WASHINGTON SMITH, CHARLES TURNER Col.- HIGGLES, PHILO BENNETT. JAMES WCOL. ISAAC M WOOLLEY GEO. WHITFIELD, Jr. WILLIAM SMITH, Jr.' A. W. BRADFORD, ADDISON DOUGHERTY DAVID BELL. Resokvd. That th- Deb-gates have power to till vacan? cies and add to their numbers. The following gentlemen w? re appoiated a Committee on Resolutions: Washington Smith. John P. Cnromin;r, Jo? seph W. Sfoajr, Wm. Stontenboroogh, George V* bitfield. The Committee, after retiring, reported the ! Rowing Resolutions which were unanimously adopted: Resolved, That the Democratic Whig Members of Con gre.s. in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 September 1842

Trial of l.irut. Bay nnd Vom. WilUlUMOn. NAVAL COURT MARTIAL, On board the U. S. Ship North Carolina, lying in the New York Harbor. ? Reported lor The New-York Tribune. THURSDAY, Scp". 15, 1312. The Court having assembled at ihe usual boor, tbe min ntesof tbe testimony taken in the case of Lieau Bay were read over by tbe Judge Advocate. The defence of Lieut. Bay was then read. The accuse contended that the charges bad not been prowismdI said thatif be lud i.ot preferred charges again-i Com. w lllUm tou the Court woahl not have had the trouble c! trying htm, nor bebW been suhjecte.l to the mortification ai.d troubl? ed: defend Bg bimsell ag dort the charges then before the CourL 1 be acensed confidently anticipated a favorable, or at least a mercifol, consideration ol bis case. The Court was then cleared to enable the membtrsto come tw a decision. . Alter the Court had remained in secret session for about an boi.r, thecase against Commander Williamson was called on Mr. Philip Bamilto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 September 1842

li pabl is'.:.-. ? ? ,.;y .-. n .. a: N... Sfl Aiy street. N- w-Y dct:?e- .; t-? >. ;r Sn;>s<-ri!?-i ? kit NINE CENTS perweek. Sii ? - '! wo ?'????>. .? Mail Subset ibei ?>. >4 pet annual, bi advance, and lb? p?per io tx> case continued beyond the lime for which i: i? paid, tfobscrrpaona taken for s-i Mouths. T^r-as of Ad vertising.... For eat b Ad veni-emr-ia o. Y.- S fiaesor teiw (oversAx) first insertion. 50 Cents cj. !w ei h subsequent insertion. 25 " do' for SIX iseruons, or one week.$) 5f? 44 da. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 t>(> " Linger Art in* nil at equally lavtirablerates. Marriages, Etetlgtous aad Funeral Notices, not exceeding -firMln*-.' try Tin: WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, to; the Country, is published every Saturday warning, si tie ow pr.ee of per annum, in advance. TU E TRIB CNE. V: :. ROBERTS'S EXPOSE. Fro-n the 17. S. f>'n?.?tte. To the Public. It hi* pleased the President of the United State? to make a change in the office, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 September 1842

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17. ===^HifT"sTATE _NO MI NATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Of KEJCTt CKY. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHE [I BRADISH. of FRANKLIN co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL Fl'RMAN, OK KING Election, Novociher ?-(on* day only. !0" The office of the Tkiboke will be removed next week to tbe new btulding No 10(1 Na^t"?T_ " front of tbe Park, and nearly o; poslie tbe City FJaU 1 be arrangements for printing and publisluog the ... and Weekly Tribune will be greatly extended, and i provementsmade in the paper .., it is b ?pe I will continuance of the liberal patronage with which it has hitherto been favored. _ ? jj7* Wuig Voung 'Jen's State Convention, AT ?UBUKN, oejdeniber -'1st. 1842.?The in iersigned, a Committee of Whig Voong Men, appointed by the Clay Club of Auburn to make arrangen ents I jr the Whig tfoung Men** State Convention, to be held on the 21st, hereby an? nounce, that the latch string will be out on thai day, and that all tbe hosp tatiUes of the place...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 September 1842

ITT Eleventh Ward.?At a Meeting of the Demo? crat* W'hig Electors of the BleTcnth Ward, held at the corner of 3d street and Avenue C. on Thursday Evening-, 15th iostanl, in pursuance of a recommendation af th" Ge? net^ Committee of Whig Young Men, for the purpose of ftfgetjag Delegates to represent the City and County of New-York in Convention, to We held at Auburn on Wednes? day. 21st ins.aut, on motion JOSEPH ABBOTT was called to the Chair, and K. r. SHERMAN, appointed Secretary. On motion to select ten Delegates by ballot, the following rentleni^n were chosen with power to fill vacancies, r M aNG?VINE, E. R. SHERMAN. mi'LETT SMITH, ALLEN CAMERON, SewH LOOFBOROW, ISAAC WARD, lOIlN" FIOKFORD, JOHN' A. DEVOE, p. G. SHERMAN, JOSEPH ABBOTT. 1 t*0n motion, a Committee of three w< re appointed to draft geyoiations expre.vive ot the sense of the meeting, who reported the following: Kuolvtd. That the nomination of LUTHER BKADtsn and GitiniAi- Fcrman, for Oovernoran t Lieotenai t Govern...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 September 1842

Bankrupt*, Sept. IG. InhnO S>r.id> and Step..en Ii. Wai riman, (Smi:!: -V. Harri' man wholesale ptxrr^)compul*oiy,on complaint of Rai] b Mead it Co., Oct 53. Hoiatib W Shipman, ('ate firm Jo?epb Sbipman i: Son?, ? New Britain. Ct.) merchant!*. Y. OcL 15. Georire S Rotlms and ramutl Painter, (firm Roll:?*/ painter & Co.) roerchants, N. V.. Oct. 20. Joseph Maggs, N. V.. Ott 15. Irt.W.RnUicrtord,dcntttt,?. l.,Oct.20. , ( Joseph i ran . railroad contractor, Furo bam, Vtes:cne>.er Co., Oct. 20. After argument. Moses Henrique* (firm of Josephs ?? *?? > wa? allowed a final decree ol discharge A decision a- to the other members of the firm will be civcn lo-Liorrow forenoon. _ ? CITY INTELLIGENCE. Friday, Sept. 16. < Civil Courts.?In the Marine Court an action was brought by .Mo?'? EL Ogden against John WoydrmT, to recorer two splendid conches, valued at $110, said to have been fraudulently obtained by the latter. The parties re- I side at Ehzabethtown, N. J-, and Mr. Ogde...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 September 1842

THE NEW-YORK TKLBUNJi H published every morning, at No. JO Aon itret. New-York. *n?: delivered t* Citj Snbserirjcrs'icr NJXK CENTS p. . week, rsii't-'ie cop. Two Cents.? jtaO Subscribers, *?> per annunv?i auV and the paper ? r>o case continued beyond the tioir fr Lxii it u pskL Sabscriptior-s Udten lor S;x Monihs. Terms ed Advertising?For each Advertisement o: TEN uses or less (over sis) first insertion. 50 Cer.u Oft. forea b subsequent in?ertion. 25 t>0 Car SIX rmertkms, or one week.$1 K> M do! farTVV'KNTY-FIVK ircM-rtifn:*. 5 W ?? Longer Advertismentt at equally favorable rates. Ma"iaj;e?, Rel ^'.ou-itHd Euneral Notices,not tief:., og ?ve linn.2") c rat - The WEEKLY TRIBUNE,a very krrge paper, :o> joe Country i * published every Saturday ?erning, a; the gtf pnee oi $2 per unaam, ic m.'v^nre. T MR TIM 15 I N E. FIFTEEN DATS L4TER PIsOJI E?R8PF. Arrival of the Great "iYt-Hteru. Bv the Steamer Great Western, which left Bris tol on 0*? 3d in-'.. and reached this city on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 September 1842

THE TRIB?NE. MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19. WHIG- STATE DOMINATIONS. FOR PRESWEJtT, HENRY CLAY, or Kentucky FOR GOVERNOR. LUTHE Ii BRADISH, of franklin co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR. GABRIEL FURMAN, of KING*. Election, November 8?(o.ie day only.) IT The office*i"the Tribune will be removed n?\t week to the new building Na 16? Nassau-street in front of the Park, and nearly opposite the City Hall The arrangements for printing ami publishing the Daily and i Weekly Tribune vritl be greatly exten !?-'!, and sorh im? provements made in the paper as it is hoped will insure a continuance of the literal patronage with which it has hitherto been favored. Whig MrnntorinI Convention*. First District?At the Broadway House, N York, Oct. IL Third District?Al the .Mansion'House, Albany, Sept.22d. Fourth District?A\ Sandy Hill, Washington Co., Sept 224. Fifth District?U L'tica. Oneida County, Oct. 4tb. Sixth District?At Corning, Steubcn Co. Oct. 6ih. Seventh Dutnct?Ai Auburn, Cayoga Co.,Sept. 28. Eigh?i Di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 September 1842

MON E YJV1ARKE T, Sale* at thr ?i-ock Exchange, Sept. 17. 225 Mechanic Bank, .v'fd ion . i7 J1. Mohawk R.b!5d 36 175 do...'.'cash 17} 25 do......s3d S&| SO Long Island R Co.... 51 15 New-Jersey R.?7 j 50 rj0.ca.sb 51 lOOifarlera.saw 17}i 53 do.51 50 do.nw 17jjJW do.bO'id 51 j second board. 50 Harlem. 17$ 200 Long Isl.L50J oil Consturrcial and ITKoner Mattrrx. SATVaOAT, P. M. The sales a: the Board were to moderate extent, acd prices were w it out particular change. For Delaware 32j offeied, 33 J asked. The only ?a e of Stale Slocks was $I,.ViO Ohio Sixes. 1856. at 72}. Then- was som<- inquiry for 5tate Stocks after the Board, ami lot} was offered tor City Sevens, hut we heard of no transactions. The following were the transac? tions : $10M ? S Tr Notes, C<.. 99J $1,500 Illinois Cs, \t 6.... 72} We understand that Mr. Law was elected a Director of the Harlem Road to-day, preparatory to be elected Presi dent. The Argue ?t?te? that the circulation ot the Bar k of Lyons is abo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 September 1842

Bantirnpt?, Sept. 17. Lev, Peck. m?rM*g?oy dealer, N. ST., (laic >irm Peck k Rjo^n V%'lSr. mahogany dealer. N. Y., (late tir=n Peck j. Ridorr.) Oct 2"- . ? Henry Hull. Lebanon, compulsory, on complaint ol Tbos. Sao?e, Tro?, Oct. 20. Robert C. Folger, rope maker, Brooklyn, (late firm F.. ( ? robrerk Co., Oct 20. CITY INTELLIGENCE. saturday, Sept- t" COURT CU.ENDAK.Tma Day. Conrt'of Common Pleas? Parti?'No*. 0\ 135. 1,2. 5 . 9.11. 13. IS, 17. il>. 2!. 25. Part 2-Nos 66, 4, C, a,10, 12, '. 16, IS. 2?, 22, 2-t 26, 2a, 10. PoliceOffice?Charge of False Prbtei SomeUmeia March last a man named J Bebraud, of this city, went oat to Columbia, MissiasippL and there sold some dry goods,for.cash, to Messrs. Mark k Morris Stronse, to whom be stated that be was an importer ol Fre?ch goo.!-, doing a Urge business at No. 130 Pearl sin et New York. Beli-ving Si statement the Messrs. Stron? wishing to make a remittance of JI2? to their falber in Germany, g Behraud the money anu requested him to p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 September 1842

",?'. mOTOtDg -. -w-York, Bad il livi re 1 City bubs ?. SuNJE CENTS per week. Siesr-'!- copu? Fwo treats. ^Subset fVr*, $4 {.?r aanuni.M advance, and ibr to no e?*e continue*! !in>r... u> time lor whiels it; Mentions ?ben lor Six Koatba. *: .?i??v?T?Mos;....For ea? h Artvenl- anew. f#?\ jjfltor res? (over sit) first insextion. >d Cents A>r<M :> --J .?-o/jent in-ertior:. ? G,r <IX insertfonsvor one week.$5 50 " ?rTWENTY-FIVE Insertions. jb" ?? mVr AJvertlsmeuts at equally favorable rates, jrnages-?*3rg oasKs'?''?' Notices, rot exceedirrj, [ a** - ' ' The WREKLV TRIBUNE,* very large paj r. I i ^Country, is pdbbshed every Saturday nn ruing, at ??. a.'iMUm, in 9 IIfi ? t h E t r i ii UN ;:. jg AKTIVAL OF THE ACADIA. One I>. 7 liater. By the arrival of this steamer at Boston wc -lave PnPtrrs !'ie 'nst* ^ut t*le news whiclj ^?Ae brings baa been almost entirely anticipated by J^e Great Western. No new movements trad la "atn place in the disturbed manufacturing and c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 September 1842

THE TRIBTJKE. TUESDAY MO^Sg* september 20. "whig- state Nor.::.-:/.TZ jks. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Of KKNTfCKY. FOJ: Guv>:/:yon. LUTHER BRADISH, <*? rr.\NKi,iN ? FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FI RMAN, ck KINGS. Election, November 8-(one day only.) ET The office of the raitwi? will ?>e removed n?y; week to the ncV baitting No. 1?0 N^mad-stmet in front of the Park, am. ..early oppodte the C?y HalL I be arrangements for prying and poblti ing the Daily and Weekly Tribun? wi 1 be greatly extended; ami sui provemenu made in the papet as it i. hoped will inso a continuance of the liberal patronage with which ;: has hitherto been favored. IVIii :. J^ennXori.-iJ f'siiTcnt'ot!*. First District?At die Broadway House, NiYork, Oct. ii Third District?AA the Mansion 11 in my, S pi.23d. Fou 'J. District?A: Sandy II v, Washington Co., Scp . jK/iA District?At Dtica, Onenla County, Oct 4th. Stxth District?AX Com !)?'. SteulMm Coj Oct. 6.b. ScrentU District?At Auburn, Cnynga Co.,Sept, 28. ? ...

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