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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 September 1841

BY GREELEY St McELRATH. PKICE ONE CENT. THE HKW-YORI TRIBUNE, , ?nblished every morning, at No. 30 Ann-strcct, Ifew-York, atI delivered to City Snbscribers for ONE CENT per cr/-..y. Mail guiitciiber"- $4 per annum invariable m advance, and tie paper in no ea?rc<"5"nl'''<J l>e>''""' lne tune for which it in paid- Subscrip? tion! takes for Six Months. _ TfXMS or ADVERTISING_TOR EACH ADVEXTUEMENT Of Telt liaesor lew (over six), first insertion. SO eta. Do. for each subsequent insertion. ?3 ' l)o for Nix insertioini, or one week..81 50 Do for Twenty-si re insertions, or one axmth.J?5 OO Lenger Advertisements at equally favorable rates. jy Adverlisements when ordered to be contiuued on liie inside ?Jlcr the first laser?on will be subject to the same charge as on their (rat appearance?payable m all rases in advance. _ TU E TRI B U NE, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10 Por The New-York Tribune. 3 Ivfror? of Ebents CONNECTED WIT1I THE HISTORY OP THE P. STATES, with an ACCOMrAjrrijtc ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 September 1841

J H K T K I [J I S FRIDAY MORNING, SKI'TF-MBRR in. 1341. I I or n Letter from 'lunirb, Jiavnrin, and a Pocn bj J. A. Mim. s*ee ?.-1 Pasc. We ponbltob or. oar Fins Page the ccmriiisicm of ^c valuable Record r.f Eveuu connected with the Financial -History of our Country, which? we trust has received an attentive perusal from all our male readers. They nave carefully prepared bv a calm and close obs-ner, aad will ricblv reoaj an hour*, ?tt.dy. Wo might differ some? what from tie writer on one or two points, but rjicy arc not essential. We have the rormV of farther contributions from the same able pin. We 'hall publish these articles in one paper, und have ?ienaWsate to-morrow. Tut Land D?tricgiios.?The journals which have resisted, traduced and reviled this great Whig measure thouih '-vor; ?"*p of "w progress, now attempt to conceal their eha<*rin at its passage under confident assertions that it i- a nullity?that it will never go into effect?that the twenty per cent proviso w ill d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 September 1841

-nie. at the Stock ExThnoaTe. September 9. 50 Jo >Jo.ca-sh UOW -~ , , . . Is fc^Bjaf? f.v.v:.v:::::h S j j 10 1; 25 do do .c:t?h ?>"t ? i? ,,?bM. lot 50 do Patcrsou.tlOd 4Si g *? SoSl? 100 do do. I6j 10, do so.... 10J ! ?. dQ d0.?Wdg 5*3 2" i?...itfls 103) 85 do do.bSOd 30 IM So do~.--.bllXt.wk 104 llOO do Harlem R K. 1-, V So do..?3d? 103? ltO do do. 1-. Sil do S.A. Tru-t ..cash :i 75 do Done Maad. 52J .75 do.Cash 3j: JO do Anb <fc Syra RR_ 97 40 do Farmer'? Trust. 53JI 50 do Canton Co?? 3 di 84 V) j0 do._ 5.1 i 5-1 do do.sbinos 22 SO d0 do. do do.s3ds 24j 50 do do. 52 j 80 do d'. 21 I z5 do do.Ota Sil Mal? ? nflcr the Bourd. .SO U.S. Bank. 7j I 50 Harlem Kail read.. 18 lUOHarleiu Railroad_sow 1" M do do _?10 ! JCO do do .b3 l?l j 50 do do ...liiw 18j 50 Harloui Railroad.al8 let Commercial nnd .'Iob-jt JIattrra. Thursday, F. M. Tie suii'ess of i!ie Brokers1 Board to-day was rottirr iirht, with the usual fluctuations. Then: were but fr w shares of I'. Si. Bjik sold, closing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 10 September 1841

From the .Ntt-lurkw. A CONTRAST. Beside the Hudson's tranquil sleep One calm Autumnal ev? I strayed. And marked the d**s on branches weep Where roses once their harem mace. They were not as the fa?fifol are. But pure those tears by Nature given From the evening tiil the raawning^tar ( Leads in the bra*warm beams ofhenven "How like." I thought, "yon matchless rose To th?- ,ad spirit in that hoar Jn which Life, like thai - unset, goes And sheds the p^niteiitia! shower. But joy ofjovs unheard, untold. Whin night winds shall those blossoms sever, No sun their leaves can re-trafold, While .Ws.once freed, shah hre forever. v,,.)or4. a^. M, IW. - ? . J- toecswi Shxs. , From The New Vorher. LETTERS FROM THE HEART OF EUROPE. ? Mlmch Moa'sy. July 19, leAL Sisct mv last from Vienna, of June 1?, now more thati j a month since, I huve. ? accomplished ' so tnar.y sights that ! -carce know how or where to begin to enumerate them. So much lor allowing these things to.accumulate. 1 left Vtenn i on F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 September 1841

BY ?REELEY & McKLR.ATH. FiSICE 0*E CENT. THE NKW-M?, TBIBUNE, |i pub Hiked every morning, at No. 30 Ann-street, New-York net delivered to City Subscribers for ONK CENT e,:r ewy- Mai ?ahactibera, $?? l>rr ai mum invariable 111 advance, and the paper is no ca.?1 continued beyond the lime for which it i= paid. Subscrip. turns taken for Sil Months. terms or anvKKTlttne-roa kach AavE2T!s,?>tzhT or Xrn Iia< ? less over six), first insertion. 5-a cti.. Ito. for e*ch subsequent insertion. US " p ?tix insertions, .>r r.ne week,.S?2 .>y Do for T?cniy-H ve insertions, or ene month.r}S OO l^?nti r Advertisements .it equanv lavoral-le rates. XT Advertisements when ordered to he continued cn the inside after ?H first insertion will be subi.-ct to the same chare: ai on tiieir fir-t swpearHnce ?payable >n ail caaei in advance. T HE T R IB jj N E, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11. From our Extra of Yesterday. SECOND VETO MESSAGE Of thv Preaideail on the FISCAJL BAAK Uli. f.. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 September 1841

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11. 1841. ; r F?rn I.rtirr from ihr "/!? dilernn?nti. enr from ITIunich nud a rnrefullr corn clrd Rnuk Kote I.int. ore I.itHi Pnjje. XT Advertisements intended for 1? today morning's Tribune mu?t be ?ent in by 10 o'clock th,- evening, tu tbe office is no! open on Sun? day*. XT W'have made ruth arrsi reinenls si will enable es f.ir the future to accommodate a tauch iarcer number of Advertise n than heretofore Advertisements Unaroida! ly omitted to-day will appear on Monday. Taose intended f?r our Monday's paper ?USt be ?ent in before 10 o'clock this mvrr.n g. as the office u not open on Suuday. CT* By our Washington Postscript, it will be seen that a Tnost disgraceful fracas incurred in the Holts* of Representa? tives on Friday, instigated by the insane, ungoverned pas? sions of Hkskv A. Wise. We rejoice that that man has renounced and denounced the Whir: party. His secession saves us from infinite trouble, disgrace and mortification. The Hous...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 September 1841

POSTSCRIPT. By tl-is Jlfornins's Southern fail Washington Cirre-poudeace of ia*N- Y. Tribure. Tmi-rsdat. September 9. The Presipest's Vkto Messaoe accompanying the re turn of the ' Fiscal Corporation ' Ml was received ia the House of Representatives to-day at twelve o'clock, and im nediatelv read by the Clerk, in the presence of a dens* crowd, who had anticipated it. and wen- awaiting its arri? val with anxious interest. Most of the Senators were pre? sent, they baring taken a recess f..r this purpose, and pro? ceeded en wuuse to the Representative Hall. After i;? reading, Vr Morrow moved that i: he laid on the table, printed. ^ made the subject of consideration to-morrow, at twelve o'clock; which was carried. An interesting and exciting debate U then expected, as it is known that several wish to ?peak, and it being the time appointed by Mr. Rotts to prove the President's ' treachery to bis party and princ pies.' But a scene of more interest than this was witnessed, wLicb.taken in c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 11 September 1841

LjasssaVjt us sjiiw. WTTijiT'sisT.^ Kor The Tribun*. tellers from tlje iHtbiurroiwan. BY AN AXimTcAN LADY. ??... XV.Moaocco, IS4L Tiik Moors Lav*- lew amtu n nts: fbei scitemeat of busi? ness, when business is i>u bruited in character and amount, is mxt to nothing: and ? v ?? ??.???! y in "tfice. r.? man troubles bimseif absjut ; -: how then does this dreaming', apathetic race, manage -to dispose of their time ! They were onee chemists, tstrononier* and poets; but the spirit is now extii et, the tnirsit lor improvement that urged utem to explore the wa Its ? i -< iirnce, ami search ber deepest fountain*, is i.<> lot ger felt ; ami 'he high a?j> tataon* Of national n:.d i .dividual honor, urgi d by a warm an I gent - rous vitality, broke forth in gallant deeds, and beart-*tirring poetry ; yet they have passed away- The descendants of those who reared the ehyrnaotoJ balls ..i AJbambra, and filled the lofty arch- s with tin ir glory, arc now ? -tu-!,.-, ab? ject sla've??...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 September 1841

TiTF VEW-YORK TRIBl-XE, \hU*he? crrrr morning, st No 30 Ann Li New-Vork. and* delivered to City Subscribers ^?nIp? copy. Mail Subscriber*, f? ?J S? SHK^^ in no t^?gj S^iond the tine for which it is paid. Subscript jjifn for Six Months. _ TVS -f.Wrrrf.nnc...*'" ?cA .?rerf.se?'?' */ Jffifor let* forei ilx;, first IM?*? - ? 1f?' Z. ,llvpr,ilM.menU when ordered to to be continued ?T r V .r?- the first insertion will be subject to ?rh^V? SSr' SS appearance-pavaUe ,3 ?11 cases in advance. T H E T R IJB U N E , ' u Ni'iAV .MOKMNG, SEPTEMBER 13. "xhTgb^atNorthers and Southern Mail.? foe Great Atlantic Mail, which leaves New-Orleans on the morning of Monday, now reaches Baltimore early i3 the evening of the following Sunday, or in ,ix dsvs and fifteen hours for a distance of some 1 GOD miles. This is just us fast as it can be urged? ron,i,]frably faster titan it ever was till recently. On reaching Bal?mote?say at '<) P. M.?the Mai! en ?uunters a delay, which tho Postmaster General cannot ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 September 1841

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13,1841. XT For an ititereatine fi?*t?er from Dr. (?mal iu Armenia, -??? r. a .< Pa^'f, trr J'oraa A<!dr<>? on Temperance"by ('. SI. Drlavun.'l h?- _reut.llail. Aoccfir?! Jpaae. TT For new Advertisement* ofSTOYES, tec La>: Page. U* la our Saturday's Postscript. (Appointments) Mr. Z. C. Lrr. vu erroneous'/ snid to have beeu confirmed 01 District Attorney for Mastarhwttt instead of .'JtrylmJ. The New-York Tju-CKK is this meraing pre? setted to its readers in a new drc*?, aomewhat en? larged in surfnee, und so compre:?ed as to add about one-eighth to its capacity. We snail thus be enabled to do better ju-tice to our Advertising friends, while a: the same time we shall odd lurgely to the daily amount of ottr Lit'-rary and News; mat? ter. For the generous and rapidly increasing pa? tronage which enr on races an*! enables n* to make these improvement-., we return our hearty thanks to cur feilow-citizens. Need wc assure them that \v>...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 September 1841

^JP(^TS^RIPT. Bj- this Morning^ Southern Wail. se^rtou Correspondence of the yew-York Tribune. wMS^* _ Satckdsv, Sepc Hlb. TV change of Cabinet, which has bc?n w fruit ?.ieme of discourse and conjecture for some Lpa* has at length taken place. The Secre of the Treasury, of War, of the .Navy, the ,,I0f3er General, and the Postmaster General, tendered their resignations to the President, f, ?s believed that Mr. Granger would continue j ,? the arduous post of duty, the discharge of which j ^'ij,wSiillifiilly?^ untiringly prosecuted; and I ? - not tjU this afternoon, and at the advice and ^?iciistwnofthe New-York Whig Delegation, tha [( resigned. To fill those vacancies, The following nominations have been made to the Senate: iViLTER Forward (Whig) of Pa., Secretary of ,ie Treasury; Jon? McLean (Stato Rights) of Ohio, Secretary of War; A. P. Urs bur (Sutc Rights)of'????Secretary of the Navy; Hugh S. Itr.xRt (Conservative) of South Carolina, Attor | jcy Genoral. For Post-Master General, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 September 1841

For The New-York Tribune. A Letter from Armenia. From Dr. Grist, Author of "The Lost Tnlies of IsraeL' My Dear Sir : In less than six week* from the time I leit America I was upon the shores of A-:n. Nearly two we?.-ks of this time I spent at ir.terme tliato place*, including six days in London, two in Paris, one cacti in Halifax, Liverpool, Marseilles and Malta, and some hours each at <ora? of the ?ports of Italy and insular Greece. My tour through Lugland and France was too much of a flying for tne to take more than a hird't-eye view of the ten thousand interesting objects which met nay rr nio.i, hut an impression is left not soon to be eflaecd The same is true of my glimpses of Italy, with her W-farned metropolis, (for I had a distant view of Rome, with her St. Peter's and Coliseum, from the ?leck of [be steamer,) and of ffio smoking crater oi Vesuvius?then threatening' a now eruption?the loftier snow-capped summit of .Etna, and the scene of Paul's voyages and shipwreck, the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 September 1841

' the XK\V-YORK TRIBUNE Mithrd every morn in jr. it No. 30 Ann ?\blv u vork. arufdeUvereji to Citr^f^ ' Tnsr rKN'Tncrcopv. Mail SoTwsrfters, H P? f ,-jm in advance, and tin paper ia no case conunued S^Ahc time fur which it is paid- ******** aiea lor Six -Months._ -? Itoea or leant ??? el six . first insertion-. M> -? for each fubieqnent insertion.. . foi SIX inaertiona. or one weeK.! * ? tor TWENTY-FIVE ??f^Vo't?. I Longer Advertisements; at equally >a\ o. j. ., u..n o-drred to to !?<? rontu. ltd I 2j bss charge a. on their first appearance-pay alle In - ??? ? ? "tvi-sdaV MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14. . -.,?e Yankees are mad. after a!'.. In spite of ? -. pasted long headedness. the vulgar, selfish '? ' ' tjo ids are unable to see an inch before their and these noses will be pretty well pulled Aefore their owners learn diseret!<.n or manners. ricked the Yankees must be. and kicked pre;:- i i'-efjb'j soundly. Justice to the world demands Xlie nation of swindlers, at least half of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 September 1841

TMM TRI BINE. TUESDAY .MOPTUNG. SEPTEMBER 1!. 1841. Koi- Note- raprr Uom r. Editorial on England mnl the t nited "state*, Indian A* ar. inj Deaths, cVc. ?er Firm Page. ] - For ptcenenin the Indian Oreun. Odr tothc ?turn, oVe. -ce L,a*t Page. TT If any one really believes that the U'.rold give* any thing iike fu r r-pott? of the Debs tri in Corgres? we ask him to read ihr- substance of Mr. lioTrs's resrarks in any Other paper, and then Ixik at thr wretch"! tr&resty, the ahanteful tupareaunon lathe J/eraU. Mr. Bolt* spoke an hour, stiid ihr Herald report c?n he read in one niicute Thi* is the w?y Marshall's and all the anti cabal ?peecue? have been treated by tkat print tbrougnoau Tr A ba.se print calls for the expulsion of Wise and S(an/y from Congrc-s. Why Stanly l Is it not hard for- , tuoe enough to be first abused and then attacked by a bully, without beiug turned out of Coogicsa for it 3 The New Cabinet.?The opinion!) and char, ncter of tite men whom President Tyler ha* call...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 September 1841

MONEY NfARKET. Hale* Ht the Stock txchnngf. Mept. 13. ss n.S. K*nk. J do Vidtsbiinr.-. 3' i0 do. --'do Mohawk L r; ? do.ca,b 35 do. g M do..cash 7) 70 oo.??', ..* ? -lo.alOda 1 , tS jo.s3Wy o ;; Ji?) do. ?10-a .j -? .0o-" ?-"l -ho V, do.li-i. 7 IMiVJRK. c?k 7W Id do. 7Jj SO d".??k 2". do.. 7| M 22-, do. 89 do. rr To the Clerk? ?> ?tj.*-Vork.?MERCAN ~?L8 LlBRlKY ASSOCIATION.?The Board of Direct era respectfully invite the aitcutiioi of ike Clerks of the ettj to the superior advantages possessed by this m-titu ii n It the ini-ral and inlcl!cr;u?.l improvement of its ai R?ber?. A UrS? proportion < f Clerks baring neglected t.> avail ihemaalvee of ihc privilogeaof membership, the Board are induced u> state, for the iafornution of those con? cerned, ttouacqnated r?*?urc,.? ?fforded u, young men de? sirous Ol obta,i?nS souad m,d u.cr?i knowledge by an As? te i ition t st.. dished and laaiataiwed tor .u- especial ben ? Si ol the i lerks of .Nrw-Wk engaged is mercantile pur A LI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 September 1841

iHiscE?Anirs. Frail the New-Yorker. TO THE .STAUS.As Ode. When Di; liratbroke upon the Earth, I: piredky angel tyjng. And young Tune spread bu pinion* ferth Amidst the Heavenly throng. j.e,glor i . . --;ars, ?Iii. sparkling eye?, Beheld t i< ?. irr. !e Paradise, Wheel through the air along, Anti. rilled with strains ol holy gice, Commenced your seraph harmony. Abash'd before tlie bright-eyed Sun You cheeks'grew dim and pale. And each with terror fastened on A blue cloud for a veil. And meek and silent held your way i ... to amorous Day, With looks of awe tod wail, Until vc saw with fond delight ., , Appro* ;: the beauteous Cueen of Night. Th.-:. v.?.-,; amid the silent train Ye swept the silv'ry sky, And saw the round world mate again Beneath each tender eye. O'er bill nnd plain, and vale am! grove, ye threw your mellow beams of love In sportive revelry. While Earth as bright and fair as ye Rolled on in wanton gaiety. Aye, who but loves the solemn hour When ye are bright in Heave...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 September 1841

THE XKW-VORK TRIIU'Xil SrONK ' ENT perco?v. Mail S?tacnt^^P? "4?? ? *?v??ce. ??Vvh^Ts"ta? ^.criptiou. ?,oud the time for which it is l,:ua aim for Six Month"._ Ti v lines or less ?o, .1 si\?. tir?t in" ruo TJo. for,., h rahsequent m?rrtH>n .... ?j ^aSS^ , ^ i ,v.-rti?et?ents when ordered to to be continued *T ?? Vi.Xr the first Insertion will be subject to ^cetrtVol Uteir first appearance-payable I ..... mi advance. T H E T R IB U N E , V/EDNESDAl MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15 l-'rora the .National Intelligencer. LETTERS Of RESIGNATION. The following Letters of the Secretary of the Treasury and the Attorney-General, resigning their respective trusts, have been piuced in our hands for publication: 1 WasHtxerrox, Sept 11. 1-tl. Sir: Circumstances have occurred in the course of vour Administration, and chiefly in the exercise bv vou of the Veto Power, which constrain me to believe that my longer continuance in office ti? a member of your Cabinet will be neither agreeable to vou, useful to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 September 1841

II II II IIIIMIBIIWIIIIMMMM^ THE TRI?L NE. WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 15. i 'To ?lerehaBt?, .Tlrtnnfactnr? r?. and other*?THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE for Saturday ol (hie (reek v. ill La forwarded to all the sursseriber* of the Log Cabin and New-Yorker a? a rpecimen cumber. The ediuou will consequently be very large, and ita escalation extended throughout the United Slate*. A? a medium of advertising fcr tne couctry it wiil afford unusual advanta i ? tad j limited numljer only will tie in?erted. Pnrtjor ?1? Merfioa tbt r/mn per line. ce?4. {a adcenee. 1 ? For ihr Letter* *>f Kcaignntiora of Bleaara. Critteaden and Ewinj, .Ycwafrom aTtoa-ilri Arc. ?re a'irat fngc. - tor "Cftcl Um? .? by Cnpt. .VTorrTnt, Bueiaeea of the West, Ac. aec laut *?a,re. The New CabiMT.-?The President on Mon da / rtorn mated Hon. Charles A. Wickhfie, lau Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky, as Postmaster General, which, with ali those previously trans? mitted, were immediately confirmed by the Senate. ?So the Cabinet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 September 1841

MONEF MARKET. o-Irs?? tbe Steck exchange. Sept. 14. ,? a rt* k .tbwk 7 7'. N. J. K. R. 2? ? - m d?.i*-. f ;n . 7, 900 Hartem.?? ?^o .atbwk 103j 150 do..?"?"' ?i * ?. 1031 100 do.WMy. 16x g .-3d 103 100 do.**??>?-!. >* .ca-h 103 100 do.? I ? I'.?IM? l"2? 50 do.ea.k 16? * 2;" ..IM IWi.lOO do.cash . * Jo'".b3d? 1.3i.l0O do.?aatwk 17 %tH%Ctn . . . 97 , 200 LI.IRR. 58J SSir^^VaM 45 100 do.ce.h 52j ?? As, ... bSOde 4? i 8 Svra & l/t.ca.. 120 ? do"" aestwk 46 . 50Pater.ouRR. 4 5 n?nk ?'f Amer.103$! 50 do. 47 J V A TruilCo.... 4 KldoMohawkR. 5Se} JiJio.thwk 4 ; 25 do..-.?I5d. l-J ^j^t iProv.R.... ?5 II do. nt wk 591 Second Bonrd. ??Rsrlem R. R..-620 17, ! 150 Harlem R. R.s3 15 do . 174 | 50 Loa? Inland.;.2; Jj StoBingtoa. .bOO 30 I 25 do . Sftj Commercial and Jloney oTntters. Tvttday, j?. M. The "lea at the Board to-day were comparatively light Tie tendency was downward. V. 8. Bank shares fell off j, Delaware 4: Hudson j. New-Jtrawy j, Putnam I. Mo la?k H- Harlem, Long IslacI and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 September 1841

n-ota Captain Marryntl's 'Poor Jack.' Old tZizzy. "iNo, my leanryou must not f.?h wiiBoot per mi--.o:i. and ttint i niwr r?:vo in harter. Jf I ca'cb yon fit)I ii - atr-iin, you p?*t two dozen at the ?run ; recollect that. You Ve got your duty to do. and no bave I z ?'? tnioe." Juck rxraid not give up the habit, 10 he used to nab at night, aitd all ni?bt long, out of the fore chairs : but li happened that the ship'-, corpora! ' aught Jack in the middle watch, and reports him to the f.r-t lieutenant. "5*?you've b-.cn fishing araia, sir," say* Old Duty. " No sir," replied J irk ; " not fi-hinj?only lay night lines." ?' Ob ! that 'a it! " replied the first lieutenant: "only !a>:n* night lira***! i'r?y, what's toe dif? ference .' ". " i';ense, sir." said Jack, touching his hat, " the cUffeteiicc i??that it'? not the some. " Well, sir, 1 see but one difference, and I 'II meet it accordingly. You've got your duty toper form, and I \e trot mir.e. By boys! bead and ears having been pulled...

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