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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 September 1841

nv GREELEY ?fc RfcELRATH. pit ice o\s: cent. Tili: NKW-Y?SS TRIB?NE, It published every Btomiro;, *t No.30 Ann-street,New-York, kad delivered to City Subscriberi for ONE CEN r y.<\r roiir. m?m - r.?--.liier* *1 per *' aasj. invariable in ndvanc?, und the paper in no easecootioupid beyond the line for waich it is paid, ^uo-crij' lif.n? uki n for Six .Months. TERMS OF ACvrRTISINC_TOIL T.kCH ADVEaTISEM r.MT Of Ten lies*or Im over eiz), firet iiuertioa. 30 n?. Po.fceeeeh?uo*oq"eotinsertion. 'J3 14 Do f.:r Rix insertions, or o?r w?-elt.ifl HO Ik, or TweMly-dre irueriionii, or one mootb,.f*3 O? lj?nrer Advertisements :ii equally favorable rutes. rjf Advertisement! when ordered to or continued on die inside alter the fir?t i??ertion will be ?ulij?r:t to tti>: tame charge a* on their | I ..? ippoarance ?oavehle in ?II rs-e? in artvnnre_ SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1 later from europe, The steam-hip Bhitanm*. Cnpt. Cleland, arrived at Bos ion <,!i Thursday morning, at half jrnst 1 o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 September 1841

THE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4. 1841. CT AdvertLementa intended for Monday moraine's Tribune mu?t be ?ent in by 10 o'clock thii evening, as the office is not open on - "?>? days._. For Foreign New* by the Britannia. ?** F,rmt ^Sr* chapter, of Barraaby Budge. ^JfiZ published in any nrw.paper in thi- con I?a?.t Pnijr._. _ ? . .u, kfiata Ward ha.? pretty Ninth WAat,.-Our ne? Carrier .a ?,e ^^ f nenrlv completed hi. Ust uf subscribers, ror ... ... ofGre?" have l*f: a hook at trie ikoee who are unable to call at onr om.? _ _ ??? ni rrctf >t. where persona wi?l? Noari.KaNEx.iiAN.?.>o.273BLE?ci.r... st. i in. the Tribune sent to the.. m?y enter their uaxev. and the Carrier will transfer them to bi? II? ??*T evening. ? - n'e have place.! upon our la>t page two New Chapter, of Raknakv Rcdoc We *r<- -ire that our readers will not grudg the room they occupy. They were received by th< Britannia and are ??w published in the Tribune a. soon as ia any other newspsper ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 September 1841

Ct KAfcCD, Ship Csssander, Wade, Providence, R F Po (er. Lirig C'intoo. Lyon*, Savannua. ".Mir? John Hill, ?unbar, Mm-hinv, Brett A Vote; Br, Watchman, ?vfiitnoy ?jarbad? wmegua. Huidieton tu Co; Doty Chase, Thomas, itiracoa, Patou >v Stewart; Barbar?. Squier, Baltimore. akkivld. Ship McLellnQ, Ryan, 36 dys fm Cadiz, ?alt. A-c, P Harmony a Ca Ship Nicholas Biddle, tlearn, 40 dys An Liverpool, mdxe, Taylor & HerrilL Ship Cahawba, Smith, dys from Shields, mdze, Center A- Co. Slii|, Augusta, H uer. 53 dys im Marseilles, ?ine, dec, to or ler. Bark Lauren*, Smith, An Newcastle, Bug. July 10, nsdze io (? B M are wood. Bris Oriole, Eager,35 .I- i'in Heiaga, fruit, stc, Lajua >v. Rouluguel ? rip. Wim Ii Tunn'.aD, iiuul. 1 c>? PhilaUV.pbia, od. Brig Phsberah, Sherman, r*iiy? Savannah, eotton, Scott Jt MorrolU Itrit Excel Ii idieu, *.'s im Savannah, collon, Siurcis 4; ClearNiaa. l'nr Tybee, Ogden, ii dys frn Charleston, eotton, G Buckley, Brut Laurel, Qriukwater 0dys '?1 Baltimor...

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

B A R N A BIT R U D G E. A NEW WORK BY BOZ. CHAPtr.R LL - . Promising as these outrage!, were to Gashford - new, and much like business as thev looked, they extended thru night no further. The ?oldi.tr* were again called out, Ogam they too* half-a dozen prisoners, and a?ain the crowd ou-t-cr- < after a "hon and bloodless icuffle. Hot and drunken t-n" . they were, they had not yet broken all bounds and t? ? law and government at defiance. Somethin^o! tt* j ual deference to the authority erected by soaety or? . pre.ervation yet remained among them, J df. been vindicated in time, the secretary would na.e goat a bitter disappointment. ^: By mtdnight the-tre.ts ^ that there ?codi? two parts of the toi J w| a walls and pile of rubbish, where tn*r rich and handsome building, every thing "ore its iwuaJ as e, , Kven t,,o Cntholi, gentry and tradesmen, of whom 5S were many, resident in different parts oi the Cttr and tu suburbs, bad no fear for their livv, or property, nod lM,le indignatio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 September 1841

BY GREELEY & McELRATH. PKICE ONE CENT. THE MKW-YORE TRIBUNE, ii?obli>heJ overy raomrnjr, at No. 30 Aun-?treet, New-York, jjd delivered to City Subscriber' lor ONE CENT per copy. Msil j-utesnibers. ti per annum invariable in advance, and the paper in n0 Ct?e continacd beyond (he time for which it i? paid, tfubserip uon* taken for Six Months. _ TEtMJ or anrraTisiya_roa each ADTEansEMEirr or Ten haesor less (over six), first insertion. 30 Ctn. I'n. (or each lubscquenl insertion. !J5 1 Da for *Ux insertions, or one weck,.91 30 Do for Twenty-live insertion!, or aae month.S3 00 Lanrcr Advertisement* at equally favorable ratca. If Advertisement* when ordered to be continued on the inside tier the /3r?t iasertion will be subject to the same charge as on their jfit ?Hpcsrsnce?pwTiihle hi all ca?e? in advance- _ T HE TRIBUNE, Monday morning, September c. ! tv s Ladt'i Book Edited by Mrs.Sarah J. Hide, and .Mr- L H. Siirourucy. Sept. Ml. Vol. XXII. Israel Post, 88 Bowery. This is certai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 September 1841

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1341. TT For continuation of A Kecord of E?(nl? nnd ??tli?-r innltrr, se?- Firm Fnjr. XT For Literary Bxtracts, ???*? Fourth Pajte. 03" We would direct the special attetition of our reiner? to the Record of Lvents now in course of publication on oir first r.ag-. It has been prepared with great care and is in? troductory to some statements and rea-oning which will throw much light urmnVhe pre#eo|t and past financial condi? tion of the United States. Our subscribers, especial!}' those of then, who are biisiness men, will fins! it tor their interest ? arefully to preserve this Record. REGISTRY ok VoTttKs.?Tbeotfi-crs of the Commissioner, of Registry in the ynrious Wards are opened this day, and will be open far the Registration of Voters, -ix hours daily during the whole week; our friends should attend to this matter without iaii, personally, the law requiring a new regis? tration to enable them to vote at the approaching election. Letter from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 September 1841

MONEY MARKET. ajalra at the Stock ExThaoiie. /September 4. TS.b.re.r.S.Bank.. .3d 111! 5-. do *<>? ?.UM* ?j y, do do...lud. H I 50 do Bk of Com . 97 50 do do.nextwk 11 | 85 do to?r*V'L"tr? ? 85 do do.sind. 31 50 WoAn.erEx?auk..bfn "'1 \w do do.0Mt?k ii . -a l^-ili^?^-i: ' im do do.c-.h I? io do-)-^r? . u --" 100 do do.uxtwk II i 50 do .VI RRoad... oh 77} I 45 do do.?3d !Ut? *? Stoc.ni?ton. 3?. ?il do do cash 3Jj *? d? do.sMils 35i S ?o do.c*?h HJ ?00 do do. iHH ? d? Jo ...sUs II IS do do.i3dl 10 I 50 do Farmer'. Tni.t.nwk g|. 85 do do.M? dys 19 SO do do. SJ "* d? d?.tv30di R? 99 ,io do. -'h 50 do do.bC0.li 19 .It do do.cash 53 j 85 do do. blm 19] j2 do do. 52j,Ji5 do do-next week I!) ?,0 Jo do. 53 45 do Canton Co_nt wk 2 50 do N. A. Trust. ...blOd 5-i' ten lea nfcrr the Board. 50 do U.S. Bank. 9V 50 do do. 9; do do.b'?ds 9jl_ Commcrcinl and 71 on j natter*. Saturday, P. M. The transactions at the Ftoek Board wer?, to a lar-te extent to-day, but price, almost without exception ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 September 1841

BBS BBgaggg 1 - - G03SIPPING. 7 htrsc are the spiders of society ; They weave their petty webs of lies and sneers, And lie themselves in ambush for the spoil. The web seems fair, and glitters in the sun. And the poor-victim winds him in the toil before he dreams of datigei or of death. Ala?, the mi?cry that such iniliet! A word, a look! have p >wor to wring the heart. And leave it struggling in the net Spread by the false and cruel, who delight In the ingenious torment they contriNe. mk. UUICK AN? WS SPOILED CHILD. ? Oh Jephlhah. judec of Lrseir?i?t ? treeaare bad'st thou ? Mr. Wuick (? Little Wuick-) Imd also ? ' trea-ure," namely, 'one fair daughter, the which he loved passing wtll'?tvo well' It followed, then, tlut she was in infancy so humured. petted, and 'spoiled.' that in comparison with her wild and whimsical desires the famed requisition of the ' top tile of the chimney' was a moderate and justifiable demand. One dav. a friend ' dropping in' upon Mr. and Mrs. Quick at th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 September 1841

HY GREELEY & McELRATH. PRICE ONE CENT. A Tiih 3 ? ? ?? a 3 ES 3 e w S I. ? 1791.."... 20,000,000 1799 15,460.001 6,610.449. 1800 16,173,191 9,080,933 . 1810 16,561,712 8.583.309 . 1811 10,427.412 13,313,222 . 1815 38,084,952 7,282,9 12. 1816 32,830,966 36.306.875 . 1828 16,591,215 15,005,612 . 13229 533 133W 28 310.209 21,922.391 70,876,920 13.864.067 1831 36,616,307 24524.442 103.191.134 I 16,516,38811832 29,356,057 28.165.237 101,299,266 ! 22.713,75511833124,196,104 29.632.509 108,118,311 ! 1831 18.987.953 16.21-1.957 126.521,332 I 1835 25.914,069 19.391,311 1 49.895,743 1 18,425.417 17.51 -1.950 30.868.164 37.265.037 39.455,438 37.Cl-i.936 27.249.909 1836 30.952,6-12 ?J3.109.511 189.980.035 I! 1837 18,134.131 14,797,666 140.989,217 1 i;;38, 19,702.825 11,587,571 113.717.40i I 1839 25.55-1,522 25.156.03-1 162.09J.132 I 1810;. 15,502.137! 107,141,519 i; Imports From British India.?The September No. of that Htelleitt'cowawreial journal. Hunt's Merchant's Magazine, ruritaiaii an ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 September 1841

THE TRIBUNE. rUESDATf MORNING, SEPTEMBER ?- 12-il. For mi sxcellent ??tnli-iirni Table and other ralnablemRtterare Fir?t Pnje For Literary Kxiracu. ?*?<? Fourth Paar. Voters, Attestios !?We f'-ar that there is an errono ??11* impression abroad in relation to the present Registry, ? which must speedily bs? corrected. Many seem ? *se the ..pinion that because they registered their names last year there is, therefore, no necessity for doing so thi* year- ?"? 1 a great and. unless corrected, will be a fatal mistake. The same necessity exist, for a lustration this ynr ? ,x. ; isted last year, und it i. to be hoped that while so little is .loins before the Commissioners as was doing y-erday our j . tfcens will avail themsdves of the present quiet state ol the | Registry to secure to themselves the exercise of thctr fran- j chise at the approaching mosumportant Election. rj-j> \ye wou|d direct thespecial attention of mir reader* to ihe Table on our first pace. It has been prepared w ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 September 1841

MOiNEi. MARKET. gales at the Stock Xxrbanter. ?Sepieiuber 0. . ?.,,. f.!S.Baak...cash 64] SO do Merchants Bk. '.' "V? do .ch ; 30 do Ufavelta Bk.. O, do do..hCOds e ;i00 d*FsrulB?w|wat. 5? Z i, do.cash a |5 Ho Mohawk R R.. m io do.ca.h 71 *5 do PatersoD. -.? ?7j 5 2 do.Ithwk 71 25 do afiornarto_??? ? ;.' ? do.Awk W ?00 doHarleniRR-.-bCod 18) 5 ?0 do._s3d- 71 '00 do do. 5 io. ;} |?i do do.th w'k j-j a <fo Jo do..cash aJ do do.?3d an da a J? nt. cio 25 do 2 Jo do.stbwk 7f.100 do do.b?>d. e ,S do do . . ..b3d. Bl?M ?*o do..ihwk l-i Z do..rA.. .V> do do.sOUds IfJ , do ......f??? r'lO-'do do.Mods \r\ do _ Tt.l.VI do do..cash l.-s do...""V.V.Ylbds li\ t0 do do.th wk I-. do.this wk e do do.b'10 dys 1 = | ; do_bthweek P ' 30 do do.tb ?k 1-J jo do.tlo.wk 8 1 90 do do .ra.h lej ?.. j0 do.sl5drs 7} '.v-'> do do.Wald. l!i j , jo de.?th*k 8 ' .Vi do do.s6r?Js 1-} 2 d? do.ca?h H\ 73 do Canton Co. 2ti j j0 do.b3d 8{ S3 do do.th wk 95j i ? ,i0 do.cash ei' 33 dr. do.sl5d? m jo Del. A Hud...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 7 September 1841

9_nynsansssssnmnsssn ? ? From the Ladie?' Companion. TUR MOTHER SUMMONED. kt l n. -i.casrv. " The feast of life is swe>-t? I am no weary guest? Loving frieods my presence greet, And ail that charms the eye or ear Taste to please, or henrt to cheer. Earth, sky ami ocean gather here? God's care be bless'd ! " Tis scarce tlie hour of prime. Yet bow the Harris of time Steal fast away ! 'Till the cool evening (alls | With lamplight mi the walls? I fain would stay. '? Yet il that be too late. Oh Thou ! who mark'st our date, ?Till twilight's ray, r'd Io?e to linger here. Guiding rny children dear Their pilgrim way. Watching their minds unfol'i Rich with unru-titig gold Of knowledge stor'd, Till each his manly seat Hhall take in concert sweet. Around life's board." The Master tall'd. The Mother heard. " Cvnte hither .'"?was tbe solemn word. Bright shone the noon day sun. The undrained cupstiil glow d with sparkling zest, She clasped tier t'?-e hand o'er her breast? " Thy iril! in >tou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 September 1841

BY GREELEY <fc McELRATH. puicn ovv. cwr. TBE SEW-TORS TRIBUNE, ublished every mnrninr, at No. 30 Ann-street. New-York, agjivered In City Hnhscribers for ONE CENT per it.iV. Weil s'."j.,'-i'|.e.-k tl i '" sio.uir- invariable tn nc!vanre, sind t|.e paper in ^MMCOntiaMeH beyond the tune for which it i? paid. Subscr'p uon? Wit-"' fc? Si* Monthi._ rtaxi or aovkktisiwc_yum, each advertisement or ?. _ ijaetof le?? rover ?ix). first insnr-ion. ?SO Ct*? fnre^h subsequent insertion. 'iS " \lj tor *ix insertion*, or onn week,.S 1 50 U? forTwesity-Bve insertion;., err one month,.$5 OO t^Rjrr Arlverti-irnent.'? ?? e.^ullv favoraJ'Ie ratos. .advertisements when orderet! to he continued cn the ia?ide after the. first icscrtion will be lubject to the same chsrpc a- on their f?.i n-neeren :e--'lavHble m all i -se. in adrence VVEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3. a Dhocrse DEL1VCKCO btori: the LiteraRV Societies of the I mversiiv ok New-York. By EassTOS C. Benedict. The subject of this excellent Discou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 September 1841

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER B, 1841. rr For Rsrord of Event*), l.mrr on the 1 obac ?-o IntiT?*?t Ac At. trr First Pnj(?. For Literary Fx tract*, nee Fourth Pagr. Voter**?8e* that .our "nine- are Registered! Our friends must not, a -ingle ot.c- of them, forget that the coming Election is one of the highest importance to the wel? fare of our City and State. Let tbem not forget, moreover, that now is the time to register their names. No matter if t;,r;. have been registered oner? that will avail you nothing : th* law rr-quirf-s that they be registered every year. The following arc the place* where tie- books are open, and the Lours at which names may be entered. See to it that your, is there to-day.' V.'tp.n ]?Atlant^Garden. II Broadway,opposite the Bowlisg Green ; 4 to JO P. M. g_Second Ward Hotel, -7 Nissau-street, near Fulton, 2 u s P. M. -j_229 Fulton, near Greenwich ; e to 10 A. M. and 3 to 3 P. M. .. i?Sbskspeare Hotel. WiUiaro, corner of Duane street; - in 10 A. M....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 September 1841

MONEY ^lAtlKET. a,!*, at the Stock KtTchanate. Sept?n>b?7. g S d.:::::.....c-h ? ? .<? ^???^ g 150 d" *o..' '* .i? So d<>.b3di :r ? *? UX,Wk 7j 50 do? Patera. 47, S? ^St^:::::::: & ? j? *?C B -100 do do.bSOdys 36 ? *? rf0.- 23 do do.cash :m S -o fer^rSS I 30 do d.a30d 30 i, llo Ho.cash 7;! SO do do.11 2 jo do.i3d? Ii 50 do do.b?di 31 r? do.b3dvs ft 60 do do.>36d U0j j? do iSdys "i 50 doHarlemRR.i3d 19 si 1- DeL&Hod. Caaal 1073 90 do do. 19] ? do do. 1053 50 do do.bOOdys I9J Ao. UM 50 do do... |fj j?.?COd? 10S 150 do Long Island. 531 100 ?, ds.....b!Ud? I0V'JK> do do. ~U do do. H Si 90 do Aob 4 .v. . j?] 00 do.rOSda 103i 60 doAab&SyraRR.... :? J5 ,j0 do.b3d 105J 100 do Cauton Co. 9(1 KW do do.? linos 104 zS do do. 95] oo do. 10511 23 do do. ?4 j) do Phcnix Hank. . .cash Iii JS do do.^SHIds liS4 ?>e, do Soseotb VVd 15k- .rC i"? do do.ra?h 2.rf 175 do Vieksbure. 3 1100 do do.s3dyi 25 SO do do. 3fr Mnlfe nflfr the Bonrd. ofasi Indiana Bonds.blO 5" 115 U....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 8 September 1841

ffissnsssss^ _m From The New-Yorker. CART AGO. [Extract from a Manuscript Fo?mJ Lo! where contracts the narrow Darie.-i, See hot Cartago'a fiery summit rise! Ascend! thou wilt not deem thy labor vain ' The flying eloudi sweep from the azure skies, O wiii*. a fairy prospect meets thine eyes! Hills, vales and woodlands at thy feet expand. And Earth if robed i:i all her beauteous dyes. But see. more glorious far, on either Land. Two mighty Ocean-.?'. ish their wild wares on the lanU Like two hot foes.eacii to his bed enchained. Yet where ot. each, w.th fiendish eyesjthey glare. To mama- th.-ent. an.i .??.nstratne... These rival Oceans rush to mightr y ar'_ And wreak their fury on their r-xky ?ar Shouting detiaiioe in a sullen vor. And Enrl-ng high their angry ?' ??? ! Slow they retire, then wildly as before Leap with, feartid bound upon s moveless snore. World of wide waters! heautifu! yet dead ! Cotwboftheimw.frrmed Earth ! which, on thy brea ?. When darkness o'er thee from God s spir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 September 1841

BY GREELEV & McELRATII. PRICE ?i?13 CENT. A Tab . irr> l.,. 20,000.00 '. 1709 15,460.001 6,610.449. '][. 18001 16,173,19 Ii 9,080,933 . . 1810 16,561,712 8,583,309. .". 1811 10.427,412: 13.313.222 . . 1815 38.084,9521 7,282,!? 42. . 1816 32,830,966 36.306,875. . 1820 16.591,215 15,005,612 . J3.229.533 3 1830 28,310,209 21,922,3911 70,876,921 I3.S63.78? 14:1831 36.616.307 24.224.-M2'l03.19J.13 16,514:134 69! 1832 29,356,0571 28.165.237 101,299,261 22.050.31-2 3111 24,ir<?.104: 2.'?.032.50? 103.118,31 18,420.587 1211834 18.987,953 16.214,957] 126,521,33! 15,006,513 15 1835 25.914:069 19,391,311 149 895,74: 29 655 244 461836 30,952,642 23,409.541 IKf/.ftCO.o::. 31510.003 09 1837 18,134.131 14,797,660 140,989,21; 31.544.396 1911838 19.702,825 11,587,571 113.717.40 25.443.716 V-ilMU 25.554,522 25,156,03! 162,092,13: 22.389 356 31! 1810 ., 15.502 137 107.141,51! Note? on the above. A reference to the Table of Import* and Export? of the Baited States shows the duties fUr the year...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 September 1841

THE TRIBUNE. THI'K.SDaY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 9, 1?.41._ U For n < (.rn-ri.il I nbular Mioilrmefll of the ('ominrrriRl nnil Financial History of the V*ut*a 'Malt., with ill Us trat tire :?<>.???. we Firn! P?S? For not. ? of a rcrt nl tour (?rousb the >?,'1,r.r-n part of thi> Mtntr. by th.-A-i-taul Editor ot tma paper, mrv Last Pagr. THK V KU) TO CO "CK. Trie Veto of President Tj Jeron the Kxcbantre Bank bill wj! probably be submitted to Congress to-day, if :t ?M not io submitted yesterday. In the first ra*e. it wiil reach this city by express to-mo,r'>w morning; but, if sent in yesterday, it will be here early this morning, it can hardly be held over to Friday, though that ii possible. In any event, we shall issue it in an Extra immediately r.n receiving it. and forward it forthwith to our Mail subscriber*. What shall be the Wurseof the Whig party in view this new experiment on their patience ? Our advice is, Wait and lend it. We have strong hopesthat it will ire e-^e...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 September 1841

i ' X PROCLAnATIO" r, VVillmm H.Scwa.i., Govtrnorofthe State ofAV?-1ork. JLra, Mary C. Ror^r, ? young wornr-a ?S*tag in the city of . Tar* ,? lately rariahed ?ad marderet! to U? *?d c,,-v- or i ' ortTon of the State of Newjerasy cr.tiraou> thereto; and LCthV efforts made bv the pol.ee of the titj of New-, ork ... du y saerr*- _ aooeeri from the pul.lic ' ,-tie perpetrator of these crimes, " aiV ? ^prov.daitoge.ber ua-ucce.-W ; aad whereas the peace and ^of^tyreqnirathat sseb atrocious crimes should not go f *^thtef?re. 1 do heresy declare aod make knows, that a t? 2 ofSevea Hundred and Fifty Dollars will he paid to wbosotver I n? Utftwatadsw reiultiag in the conviction cither in this Stale 1 ti,c Si "te of New-Jersey, of any person guilty of ihe said crimes. I ?"Kai i do hereby enjoin upon ad magistrates and other officers and mm of !u-ti .e. that they may be s??geut in their efforts to bring .t,sff?ndercr offenders to condign punishment ' i-testimony wnireof, I have caused the p...

Publication Title: New-York Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 9 September 1841

Ukn-Sibe Writes . ? ? - Wo Lim?, Lrv. Co. Aug. 27, IStl ?? My foot is oo my name heath. and my name is McG^eror^ Though slawling as he dkl upon my nati,ve '"j.1 "^JS ing upon the Bekls, bills, woods and brooks, ?bo* bn ? irWes sank ea.liest and with deepest impress into myrbe^rt, I feel the stir of none of those throng, ^ sions which heaved the breast of-he H.<bl.r.dCh?ef _?. u aplendid par^e si the great ^* ???fg%* first learns tbe summary injustice inntcted o> " f ,lU the -collector boa' ^r^w^^S^,S. ain safe back-comin,,; I ?e nmlrmg. ^?- ? h.m.to 'for-wear Ui.i.da... country, ?,,???,,. verily, if I did I M find gJJ^S S 5* ? the two last-named co^orLn^ f^se-remained period of my hfe?thaoks to J. ????;?? ? ?.' ;n ,(,.? ?.*?. faretioosle denominated .1 ^ ?'? SeS,w.a Kis-n.lv toad, and SO h* -^J^-l?, fe I? Helen had proved the truth of hu words and shown that ?tu "as verily 'an incarnate devil when her Mod . urr-thon-h, pair thinr, she bad ovver muckle reason. On the other hand...

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