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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 September 1842

XT kirnrjr & Co., No*. 4 and ' Astor Hotw, N w Yirrk. j|, wul introduce i n Wedrn s lay, Ihe 21st in*L, ?'aewls^l eegantarticle oi eeollemen'a B.?<.k K. Ha , stJ3,u'2j each, in explanation of *>! ich v c Mil ni t tl e : d jo*ing rem t?-: ?nte|he origin of our establishment, we have had in ? ^- an4i nare strictly adhered to ihrer d'utiuct purposes frOBriuartuiaciurfs. vr-: 1:1 P"ce, Improvement 1 Jquaiitv and taste, and ; e p rfe< ting a STANDARD OF fASHIO.NS FOB THE UNITED STATES, it . , f jpntoftae European, all o: v.licli have tsccessfully effected, rrsnlt-ng in a mo t irhporiar.t >wi-.g to the < rn aronlty at large, and aneq jaily satisfactory remuneration IB ourselves, consequent upon the extensive p troauge which we Bave r-. iveil. f< Our imwov-d FIVE DOLUR HATS, so sitp.-rior in ? ?*j?aierid, elegance of style and perfect finish, that imme ? diaieiy upoij their intrsductioa, they hecame not only ore Wnent at li me, hat celebrated : . London and Paris, jjf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 September 1842

J-or : lie Tf'.?uw. TH E KXILK_0F TYCHO. BV IxSGOVT* tt S>rOPC-ftA I. rjni. r,r?></ cf Huenn ws bt?to-j-ed u;-o-i TytAo Brake, bv Fr^Lrxck K?>X ?/ /*??-"*? for tu purpose of atntting [?TZhlt UtrJon.nl ObttrVOtWU. On the dtcdh oj Frederic* h-s Pentiont wert 'lopped ai.<! he not driven fort, the/stand by the Mmuter, Walchendorp. O Tyxavnv: thOO wct from eldest time The cur** !'>'?? lair WnrW ! From oat the blood Of y.mxi 's :'r-t murdered, oul and red with crim", Tboa <lid?t arise; and like a Titan stood Armed vr :.'. the crashing thunder-! Down thestream ?jf rolling J ears?bc*rne on a gory :!o d Thon cfiiu'yi, and 'm d the bleeding World did gleam Tiie lightoi rg ot thy blade' But not alone Thoalovest Dead* and Contlic, and the scream Cf agonize I Nature, ami the groan Of the chained Captive, out upon the soul Thou lay't an iron Jaad, to grasp tbe throne Of Heaven-bora Reason! Bin "?<>n<;<; r";i The spurning wave* upon the Dan sh Kmg la mockery of Mao...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 September 1842

THE tfEW-tfORK TRIB?INiL it nnblished every morning, at No. so Ann itreeu New-York, and delivered tt? Citr Subscribers for MfcNE CENTS per week- Siagie copies Two ?>nts.~ Mall Subscribers $4 per nmu,U advance, and the paper ?, no ease continue*/bevond the lime for which it is pa:iL Sobscnption* taken for Six Months. Terms?! Advertising.... For eachAdverJ,emt?niof ?rgN fines or less (over sis) first in-ertion. 60 Cents. Vli-T forea h sulKv-queat insertion. 25 u tt for ?IX insertions, or one week.$150 " AeZ (brTWKNTY-FIVE insertions. 5*0 " Langer Adverusmenu at equally favorable rates. Marriage*, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding afebn?s,23ceais. prr Tbc WEEKLY TRIBUNE,a very large paper, for ?rat Country, is published every Saturday morning, at the 0W price ov 3? pee annum, in advance. ^THE TRIBUNE. JOHN TYLER'S TREACHERY. ADDRESS QftKe Velcgatttfrom Maryland in the Harris burg Convention to th. Jonvtitucnls. t';. * * ?' * * ?it was that first suggested the name of this...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 September 1842

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 21. WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or KCKWCR.T. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, or fus'LiJi co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, or Election, November S-(one day only.) SLT The office of the T RtBUJSE will he removed n?xt week to die Dew building No. lOO Nassau-strikt in front of tne Park, ami nearly opposite tbe City Hall. Tbe arrangement* 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 oonlinuance of the liberal patronage witii which it has hitherto been favored. Whig Senatorial Convention a. First District?At the Broadway House, N. York. Oct. 11. Third District?At die Mansioa House, Albany, Sept.22d. Fourth. District?At Sandy UiiL ? asbington Co., Sept 2*Jd. Fifth District? At L'tica, Oneida County, Oct. 4ih. Sixth District?At Coroing, Steuben Co. Oct. 6JX. Seventh District? At Auburn, ?>ayu^a Co.,*>ept. ir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 September 1842

MBB tll|,l^BPI*ll'TfWfHBBra "CT aweary & Co., Kb* 4 and 5 Aster Homo, New York, Hauer?, will introduce on Wednesday, the 21? m?t., a new and elegant article ol gentlemen's Black Fur Hats, at $3,62J each, in explanation of v?hich we submit tbe lol lowing remarks; Since the origin of our establishment, we have had in view, and have strictly adhered to three distinct purpose* in our manufactures, viz: Economy in price. Improvement of quality and taste, and Ute perfecting a STANDARD OF FASHIONS FOR THE UNITED STATES, indepen dent of the European, all of which have been successfully effected, resulting in a mo-t important saving to tbe er-rw mun.ty at large, and an equally satisfactory remuneration to ourselves, consequent upon the extensive patronage which we have r*ss*ived. Our improved FIVE DOLLAR HATS, so superior in material, elegance of style and perfect finish, tbat imme? diately upon their introductions, they became not only pre? eminent at home, but celebrated in London and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 September 1842

~ ODE, SUNG BY THE CONSTITUENTS OF ' JOHN QP XCY ADAMS, Obi Mt return from Con'rett, Sepie niher 17, 18S2 written bv john herpont. Not from the bloody field, Borne on his battered shield, By foes o'crcomr. But, from a sterner fight, In the defence of Right, Clothed in a comiueror's might, We hail him home. Where Slavery's minions cower Befote the servile power, He bore their ban ; And, like an aged oak, That braved the lightning s stroke, When thunder* round it broke, Stood up, A MAN. Xay, when they stormed aloud, And round hirn, like a cloud, Came, thick and black, He, single-handed, strove, And, like Olympian Jove, With his own thunder, dtove The phulanx back. No leafy wreath we twine, Of oak, or Isthmian pine, To grace his brow ; Like his own locks of gray, Such leaves would fall away, As will the grateful lay We weave him now. But Time shall touch the page That tells how Quincy's sago Has dar.'d to live, Save as he touches wine, Or Sbakspeare's glowing line, Or Raphael's forms d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 September 1842

fHE NEW-YORK TRIBUNt 1 nnblisbei every morning, at No. SO Am street New-York, aed delivered t? Cit-v Subscribers for WNK CENTS per week. Single copies Two '>nu. 11*8. Subscriber*, S4 per annnni.ui advance, and the paper to no ca?eeoi.tinne?f bevond die time tor which it is paid. stib^rAiona taken for Six Mooths. Terms of Advertising ....Vor each Advertisement of ?N hoe* or less (over six) first inseruon. 50 Cents. o. for e* h ?otnequent insertion... 25 - a for SIX insertioas, or one week.|1 50 " a for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 00 " Loncer AdvertisraenU at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Uebgious and Fun era] Notices, not exceeding pre lin?*. 25 cents. CT Tb? WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper-, for Ue Country, is published every Saturday morni.ig, at the ?w pnee of $2 per annum, in advaaee. THE TRIBUNE." t"HE Book or the Navy; Comprising a genera] bivtory oi tbe American Marine; and particular accounts of all th? rnnU celebrated Naval Battle-, Irom tbe D'-claration ol Indepen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 September 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22. WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY', Of It r.NTKHT. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, \jT ka >?.:.: s co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, or KINGS. Election, November 8 ?(one day only.) D" The office ol the Tribune will be removed next week to the new building N?. BGO Nassau-strkkt ia front of the Park, and nearly opposite Ihr City Hall. The arrangement* ter printing and publishing the Daily and Weekly Tribune will be grea?y extended, and such im? provement* mau e in the paper an it is hoped will insure a ?ostinuaoce of the liberal patronage wiib which it baa kftberto been favored. Whig Senatorial Convention*. fimt District?At the Broadway House, N. York, Oct. 11. Third District?M ihe Mansioa House, Albany, Sept. 22d lYourth Dtstrtct?Ai Sandy Hill, Was?inglon Co., Sept 22d. Fifth District? At Ouca, Oneida County, Oct. 4tb. SxxtA District?Ai Corning, Steuben Co. Ucl S.h. SeventA District?At Auhurn, Cayuga Co.,Sept. 13. E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 September 1842

(ET Iieary Jt Co., Nos. 4 and 5 A?:or Honte, New York, Hauers, will introduce en Wednesday, tbe 2Irt inst-, a new and ?.egam article ?!' gootlemen's Black Pur Hau, at $3,62} each, in explanaaon of v?h?ch we submit tie fol? lowing remark?; Siuce tke origin of our establishment, we bare bad in view, and h?ve f-tricdy adhered to three dis?uct purposes ia our manufactures v i: Economy in price, Improvement of quality and taste, and t?e perfecting a STANDARD OF FASHIONS FOR TUE UNITED STATES, indepen? dent of tbe European, nil of which have been successfully effected, resulting in a most important saving to the com? munity at large, and an equally satisfactory remuneration to ourselves, consequent upon the extensive patronage which we have resswired. Our improved FIVE DOLLAR HATS, s<? superior in ? material, elegance of style and perfect finish, that imme? diately opooibelr introdoetion, they became not only pre? eminent at borne, but celebrated in London and Paris, and elicited the h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 September 1842

For The Tribune. THE LOST AT SSA. DaRKKKSs now over spreads the vault of Heaven, And angry surges madly dn?h their spray? A bark has nobly with the tempen striven, But ah: no longer holds she oa her way. And hark! that sound?it is a baman cry? Not Ocean's roar with it competes?so wild : Oh, God! 'tis one of fearful agony? A Mother crying 'Save, oh save my Child." Oh there is Love, deep, deep, Maternal Love Not fleeting ' passion of a moment's stay '? So pure that it is registered above ; So firm, with life 'twill o?ly p??* away. In vaia the Mother cries-there 's none to save ; Mocked by the howlirg tempest** awful roar; The vessel sinks?all find a watery grave? A bubble rises, breaks and all is o'er. Av, links, and nought is left to mark the place The briny surges o'er her grave arehurled Sbe sinks, an atom in a boundless space, Sbe sinks, unknown?forgotten by the World. E. Be.nxett. Trial of Captain Williamson. Reported for The Tribune. NAVAL CO?lrr MARTIAL, On board the U. S. Ship...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 September 1842

THE NEVV-YORK TRI B UN i. Ii published e?ery morning, at No. 30 Ann street, New-York, and delivered t? City Subscribers lor NINE CENTS per week. Single copies Two '>nts.? Ma3 Subscribers. $4 per annum, ib advance, and the paper fa no caw* conunanf bevond the time for which it is paid. SttbsonptioDJ taken for Six Months. Terras of Advertising... ? For eai.h Advertisement of TEN Hues or le*i (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents. do. fores h subsequent insertion. 25 " 6o for SIX insertions, or one week.$150 " dos for TWEN'TY-FIVE insertions. 5 SO " Longer Advertismenti at eqoally favorable rates. Marriages, Relig'ous a*u Funeral Notices, not exceeding g ?e linos, 25 cents. JET Th? WEEK LY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, is published every Saturday morning, at the iw price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Tat Hierophant; or a Monthly Expositor of Sacred Symbols ami Prophecy. By (ieo. Bush?No. 2. Day? ton k. Newman, New York. We have already made our readers acq...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 September 1842

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23. WHIG STATE_jv OMIN ATIoKS. TO? PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OT KENTVCKr. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, ^ Y FRANKLIN CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL F?RM?N, O*- KINOS. Election, November 8 ?(on* day only.) O" The office of the 'Irische will be removed next week to tbe new building No. 160 N a!,sau-stkeet in frost of tbe I'ark, and nearly opposite the City Hail. Tbe arrangements f?r 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 hbural patronage with which it has hitherto been favored. Whig Senatorial Convention*. First District?hi tbe Broadway House, N York, Oct. 1L Fifth District? At Utica. Oneida County, Oct. 4th. StriA District?At Corning, Steuben Co. ocl 6.b. Seventh District?At Auburn, CayUga Co.,Sept 28. Eighth District?At Baiavia, Genesee County, sept. 23d. BIT The editor of the Suntiard Is informed that no'marked paper...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 September 1842

TT JLeary dfc Co., No*. 4 and 5 Asior House, New York, liaitem, will introduce en Wedrxeday, Uie 21st inst-, a new and elegant article of gentlemen's Black Fur Hats, at $3,621 each, in explanation of which we submit the fol? lowing remark*.- ? Slace the origin of our establishment, we have had in view, and have strictly adhered to three distinct purposes in our manufactures, vir : Economy in price, Improvement of quality and taste, and Ue perfecting a STANDARD OF FASHIONS FOR THE UNITED STATES, indepen? dent of the European, all of which have been successfully affected, resulting in a nio.t important saving to the cera munity at large, and on equally satisfactory remuneration to ourselves, consequent upon the extensive patronage which we have reneived. Our improved FIVE DOLLAR HATS, so superior in material, elegance of style and perfect finish, that imme? diately uponibeir introduction, they became not only pre? eminent at home, but celebrated in Louden and Par.s, and elicited the h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 September 1842

?'ASK ME NO MOKE." A Song of Temperance by j. a. shea. Ask me no more.' I hate the bowl! Glories have perished in its wave? High aspirations of the soul Which God for nobler purpose gave? Genius of hcav'a-invited wing, And humbler talent born to fame Have poison'd their immortal spring By mingling it with liquid flame. Ask me no more ! would Friendship guide My steps to yonder precipice Where boils the black, sulphureous tide Down in the fathomless abyss ? Will Love, with ripe and sinless lip, If I would at her shrine adore, Tell me that I the draught must sip ? Love is no traitor! ask ho more. Ask me no more! I never sought, Thro' bowers to Bacchus consecrate, Those pure etherial fields of thought Where high and classic honors wait. 'Tis not by drowning Reason's wing It soars to such ambitious hight; Not thus I sought Castalia's spring? 1 've ceas'd to be such Neophyte. Remember how the masters plied At Sparta's feasts their slaves with wine, That Sparta's youth should see how died...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 September 1842

IIQ .^v-vOHK TKIB?iN*. ablistec ?eil morning- at N<?. 30 Ann .it. New-York, and deJJvewd Car Subscribers for NE CRNTS per week. Single copies. Two '.ems.? b Snbscrrber?,44 per annual,:.) advance, and the paper i no case continue*! bevond the time lor which it is pant Ascriptions taken for Sax Months. Terras ol Advertising...-For eachAd ver?sernent oi? ls] tines or b-*s (over six) first insertion. oO Cents. forea h subsequent insertion... 25 ?ir SIX insertions, or one week.JJ 50 for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 60 " -n<*rr AdvertisromU at equally favorable rates. Marriages Kengions and Funeral Notices, not exceeding [ra !:-?*, 25 ce?--'. , , rr The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very arge paper, for I LTcounU-v. is oubhshed every Saturday noramg, at the i few pnee o'f $2 rW anrnim. ?n advanee._ THE TRIBUNE. JS. REDFIELD, Bookseller and Sta , tioner. Clinton Bail, corner of Nassau and Beekman tfree~s ha* constantly for sale an assortment n, Theological, Cia^xal and Miveflaneous,and Schoolbook* ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 September 1842

cut of the way and let something he done by others. ** Give me back my Legions,'' whs the impassioned exclamation of a Roman Emperor to a General whose rashness and incapacity had led his army to destruction. In that same spirit tho American People now say to the destroyers of the currency of 1830, "Give u<? back the currency you have wrecked, the abundant revenue you dissipated, the Prosperity you overthrew." If you can do nothing of this, stand out of the way of those who foresaw and predicted the mischief you have created and -who are now making an earnest effort to repair them." To you, Young Men of New-York: your country appeals in this bour of trial but of hope, for a gen? erous and enthusiastic effort. Your position, your hopes, your freedom from prejudice, all naturally ally you to her cause. You cannot be lured away from a consideration of what tho country's wel? fare demand.-*, by some demagogu? harangue con? cerning what your grandfathers did or did not do in some buri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 September 1842

IT "Leary dk C?., Nos. 4 and 5 Asior Hoase, New York, Hauers, will introduce on Wednesday, tbe 21st in?., | *a new and elegant article of gentlemen's Black Fur Hats, at $S,62| eacb, in explanation of which we submit tbe lol? loping remarks; Since tbe origin of our establishment, we have had in view, and have strictly adhered to three distinct purpose-, in our manufactures, vir: Economy in price, Improvement of quality and taste, and tae perfecting a STANDARD OF FASHIONS FOR THE UNITED STATES, indepen? dent of tbe European, all of which have been successfully effected, resulting in a roost important saving to the c?n? saonity at large, and an equally <r: "factory remuneration to ourselves, consequent upon the extensive patronage which we have received. Our improved FIVE DOLLAR HATS, so superior in material, elegance of style and perfect finish, that imme? diately upon tbeir introduction, they became not ?mly pre? eminent at home, but celebrated in London and Paris, and elicited th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 September 1842

CITY I N T K L L I G K X C iL Fcidat, September 23. Coi'kt of Sessions.?Before the Recorder, Judge Lynch and Alderman Bonnell and Carman. Sentences.?Oti* Allen, coavictad on two indictroenti of forgery in the 2d degree, in pa?sing eounterf' it one dollar bills and having counterfeit money in his pusseiMOn with intent to ,pa??. was placed at the bar for sentence. The Recorder recapitulated die long career of crises of the prisoner and in de>iructi*e effects on others? a?d senteoct d bim on the first conviction to the Still* Prison for lu years, and on the second offence for 5 year*: being 1* years in all. Trial or the Rev Aktoini Verken ru% Pexjuey xe sumed.?The Coart resumed tue trial of the Kev. A?iaine Verren. on an indictment i?r perjury. Previous to proceeding with the trial Mr. Western of Counsel for the prosecution rose, and, addressing the Court, said he bad oWerved in ooe of the pnpsrrs of the City a par? tial and garbled statement ot the facts on the trial of inh> cas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 September 1842

It p?ui r.f-et. Nev? NINE CJEVi ?s. Mafl Subscribers,. ? ? papei "jo no c**.'- continue*: bey. .? ...;.cb ilupci.a, Scb*oripti.jn* taken lor Six Months. Verm.* of Advertising.. ? ? For est.li Advertisement oj tk* line* or loss inver six) first inaerfion. 50 Cents .io. for ea h subsequent insertion. 25 '? to. for MX insertions, or one werk.$150 " . for T\vf>.TY-FJVK insertions. 5 40 " Longer Advertisment* at equally taw rable rates, ijfirrtages, Rot^noosaisd Funeral Notices, not exceeding I?e iinvs, 2S reau. ST' The WEEKLY TRIBUNE,a very large paper, for tr-e lout-try, i> published every Satin lay morning, at the irice of $2 i>er anonm, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. From the Auburn Journal Extra. WHIG YOUNG MEK?? STATE CONVENTION. AUBL-RK, Sept. 21. 1842, Fhe Convention met pursuant to a recommenda sion from the Young Men's State Central Commit tee. atthe Town Hail in the village of Auburn. Gen ' pea King, of Albany, called the assemblage t< irrJcr, und on l:is motion, Hon. MO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 September 1842

THE TRIBUNE2 MOiNuAY MuRNlNG?+S&PT EMBER 2C WBIft *TATI_W01fIHATlONS. FOR PMMSJDMUT, HENRY CLAY, Oft ?KWTCCTT. TOM GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH. Of fKAKKLIK oo. rOM. LIEUT. GorxajioR. GABRIEL FURMAN, Of tUttCk. JLhstritX re* ?it?AToaa. . _ TU^tfi?^MT IFt'^AI., County. Blcctlo?, lt.t.o>>r_?_-?>?? 4*y_21Z-L EP n rjm^ra?c <iess?reJ Whig Com? mittee, Sept j?. 3??' o, . V. Tlg_. n r? rreonirTvndrd to the Democratic wf^fwiW L> Crry a*d Conaty of New-Tork to a* JTn^.J Hit ?*> Wednesday Evening next, to. Sl ?t 74 ^rioe?, f*f u> purpo? of reeeit bag the Re xVrior" ih* IMegate* so the Syrseuse Convention, aot\ ?,f r?p?o<lntjr t the nominal too* there made of Hrnav Clay fr?Ti~*bt*at of the Unked State?! and of I.cther BaAD itn for Goveraor, aad Uaruei. FlrmaN fur Lieutenant Gowoar of this State. By order. ELLIS POTTER, Cbairmaa. J. H. Hoaxer Hawe, l n KowaaaB, Cowlss, 5 s^PUne*' ,34 4t rr 3Po?sCTWtJc WbiK General Costtnalt ere.-A tootat Meetiug ol tbi* Committee will t*...

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