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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 September 1841

THE \EW-YORK TRIBUNE, MKhed every morning, at No. 30 Ann '?J&N&Vo* an/delivered f Cto?f^*2 fn\"V I'r N'T r"T copv. Mai! Subacribef*. H P?? fof ? h. advance and the paper in no case conunued ? "he time forwhich*.'? P?* a^pt?. jjien for Six Month*._ TEVhne/or leaf (over six), ?rat ?umr?on.. 50 cU. 17. for each subsequent uuwrtion *? 5? for SIX insertions, or one weck....*I 9? it far TWENTY-FIVE insertion*.... *M longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates ess. Advertisements when ordered to to be continued JSC. faaide after the first insertion will be subject to ,3,?me charge aa on their first appearance-payable in all cases in advance. Tw e t yj u n e, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1G THE SCHOOL QUESTION. REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF SCHOOL MONEYS or THE C:tv or New-YoXK, for the year Endiag May 1st, 1841. This Public Document possesses moro than usual interest and importance this year from its re? lation to, end probable influence upon, the ijuestion whi~h has been so m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 September 1841

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER Iii. For two new chapters of Rnrnnbi Rii<lt*e. now lirst published ia ;in" paprr wee LtMl Fnsr. We shall publish two more to morrow. NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. EIGHTEEN THOUSAND COPIES Trill bo prioted on .Saturday of thi* week. XT Advrrli?i'iii(/nt? intended forth* WKEK l v most b< tentbj 8 o'clock.to-aaorrow mommy. CT* We pub?.-h on our First Page a careful ab? stract of tiio Report of the Commissioners of the Common Schoo: Fund of this City, exhibiting the general condition and manaierrie-nt of our Schoo!-, und bearing advers?:y upon the proposition :?v<,-e,i by Got. Seward and Mr. Spencer for an organic ? ?harnte in our School System. The Report ap? peared some time ?ir ce. but its sreal length for? bade its genera! peni-al, while the absorbing nature of the intelligence daily coming from Washington rendered ir difficult to win public attention to any subjects foreign to the legislation and policy of the Country. We therefore reser...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 September 1841

Citj gnttUisrncf, Reported for Tue Trituof. ?rhl of the -Jth April Is't- i ?e Jur-? ? , rev. i p tfi.pk.ll (br foresrv.vra.poM ^?2?t-2^? SSL-j., JSd de?ee, ,? breski.g ??> *?? ?? "' |* '?""" U,<-t rmick SS OranfS Street, end stealiuc 10 or IS pall of it Hetcok two uairof no bor.u to pledge at Sitnp m:, ia th* Bun er v. ?td ?ras arrested ?n!i ihe til ket ia rfick't. The jury feud th? prisoner gtnlty, und the }', Mntencedbin 'to the State Prison for 3 years. II oaJ pnevjouilj t?eeu in the Hoa-c of Refuge and in the Peaiuutisry. . , j , Ai-vicder Ksninsp tried for perjury in shearing ,n his ?"e M tUe Thir(1 ,u<t""- Ward, at the Charter Ejection on the 15th of April, 184a It ?a< de? gased li it the accused wa? challenged by An Ire* Com oi? ly and ihat the two oath? were sdministered bjr Mr. Kee |?r one of the luspictor-. th- accused ss?-urii>r that be re tZflat IsVs. 159 Anthony-street, ami votsd. Justice Par idj ol VVi Imnsburg,deposed that he had seen the accusrd slssos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 September 1841

BARN A BY RIDGE, j? Xcto Wj'ork bp J?oj. CHAPrhll 1.11!. The r.e.\r day was uehered in by merry peals of bells, and by the firing of the Towergnns- flags were hoisted on many of the church-steeples; the usual demonstrations were made, m honor ol the anniversary of the King's birth day ; and every roan went about his pleasure or business, as it the c:ity were |n perfect order, and there were no hall smouldering embers in its secret places which on the approach of night would kindle up again, and scatter ruin and dis-may abroad. The leaders of the riot, rendered still more daring by the tuccess of last night and by the booty they had acquired, kept steadily togelher, and only thought ol imp.i cating the mats of their followers so deeply that no hope of pardon or reward .might tempt them to bctrey triejr more notorious confederates into the hands of justice. Indted, the sense, of having gone too tar to oe forgiven, held the timid together no less than the bold. Many, who would readily ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 September 1841

THF NEW-YORK TKimM 1 via-hed every morning, at No. 30, ?? P"bv**.Vork, .^delivered to City? *^v-prr NT ncr conv. Mail Subscriber*, ^?ornfn ??. an? the paper Inno tmse SvoS S.?tim- for ? hieb it ? paid- Sn gg for Six Month,- _ Tr N' Im? or lew. (over ?fac). . 93 " Tj0 for each .ub?^l?ont lawrtmn.. 1%, rA^c^s'tnVn^t cooally favorable rate,. A ivertiseaent, f^^gS ^u? ^ aubptt in aivx.ee t h e tTTb u n e, "TlillJAY M?J?\WNG, SEPTEMBER 17. ^ NjjvTFire Ship.?In his lecture on Tuesday evening at Thofflpson's Hall, Capt Partridoe .poke in term* <?f the highest commendation of a fire Ship, invented by a Mr. Brown of Illinois, as a means of defence, and as eminently worthy the j^rlous consideration of our Government. The se? cret of its power be described to be a chemical corn ?.iriition which burns so fiercely that water will not rvca check its fury. It clings to whatever it falls ;p3ti with great tenacity, and if ihn object be in pAmtriable will burn it tu ashes past a!! prevention. Capt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 September 1841

TUE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1311 NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE. eighteen thousand copies lie printed on SaturJsy of this ?"?>. Advertiitenmeato intended for the WEEK I. V i la t Le >--.nt in by ? o'clock thu mioruicg. t? For two more ?" IinpJtr? of Bsnab) the lust that tun reaikcii Conatrr, r '.nut f.'wjv. - For Addm an of the late CoaT?iion ' :' . )i(i:u:i::r of t?i- State, see Fsrel late from europe. rriral of thr Cr?si Weetei-n. . be Steamship Great Wj?t*rj?, Opt. Hoskin, . . d at this rn;rt at 8 oYlock lait evening, in fSteea <hiis frf,m Bristol, whence she sailed on the ! She brings advices fourteen days latei than ; :.. e iif the Britannia. GREAT fcP.ITAJ.V. The ocfent of the W higs is con-umrna:*! Par- j " ament convened on the 23d ult. and the old | Speaker was reelccted without opposition. Up wards o? sixty Peers were present, and four ncti ones Rwoni in. In the House of Commons the a wearing in ol Members occupied the day. 'i.i I'uesday, Aug. 24th, tho Se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 September 1841

" KI\ . C.Ii' I I r COl KT.-BroAlyn. Sept- I?. TKFrooV,:. Murder. -Theyo.og?en-k?W?W J."t m7?r oflbe boy .a Brooklyn shoe ? J^,"'.' y^daj brooglrtinto Court to be t^j* ,,;,(: fee thai offe, ce ; but the Coun .el or -P . , .on prei.td polling one ^?^.??^?t0%|^ H ?? Wl forth* ir,,r..er bul for a ?er. ^ ]!r< priwner'a Counsel rood they had not ? , - uied for Ihoa. ^erth,v: ? cre not pre. ..., legerj muri er, en 11bit 'h"'f"rc 1 Court, a'lllr ,.i live charge afiunat hira lor u.?iu* ciiarg.- It disposed of. _ Citp fulrllifjrnrr. Reported for The TnLuue. Regrn, of 4 JO j BroMway, on the 7h insL, the prc , t '* hem ? Dust oberrjr. They went into the etore m.Iv is lie morsiog, uoder pretence of matching an enr , '? ? ?-fc< n Davis side tue watch, whi-h n;,s nits-ed, ar.d .'??Ytioned ami arrested. In Ihe pri-on. the watch *u? ike boot o: Daria, end an ear-ring to mutch in the of each. The jury found Ihem ruilly. and the ; ? enteneed tbem each to Iba State Prison for 3jraar?. },A,:.- Mu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 September 1841

B A RNA BY RUDGE. ?X Xcto %&or? bv "Bor. CHAPTER LV. John Willet, left alone in his dismantled bar, continued to sit ?tarin? about him ; awake as tc his eye?, cenninly, but with all his powers ol reason and reflection in a sound and dreamless sleep. He looked round upon the room which had been lor years; and was within an hoar ago the pride ol his heart ; and net a muscle ?f his fane was moved. The night w ithout looked black and cold through the black and dreary gap* in the case? ment ; tho precious liquids, now nearly leaked away, dripped with a hollow sound up<m the Boor; til ? Maypole peered ruefully in through tho broken window like the bowsprit of a wrecked ship: the ground ini;'tit have been the bottom of the ?<??. it was .<? strewn with precious fragments. Currents of air rushed in as the old doors jarred und creaked tipott their hinge?; the candles flickered and gut? tered down, and made Jong windiitg-sbeets ; the cheery deep-red curtaiie. flapped and fluttered...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 September 1841

' t^FxEVV-YORK TRIBUNE^ MsChed -very morning, at \?. M -*?"? >* ^ sCu . Vo:',. and'delivered to ?. ,tv So^" ?^vFfEVT per copv. Mail Subscribers. H P? ?or ONE <.fc.Ni 5 IZiKif. Tijrocrin no cat* continued ?-aam in advance, I r.J_Uier^l4' ?? s?bicription. ! ?voo-? the tin- tor w hich 11 u paid, buoscwp Itfcen 'or Si\jMonths._ 7er~V.^^;;^^ r EN lines or 1. ? (ovet M),first ?*enioa. ? " so - v ??? *' 7 * nA do.' orTWENTr-FrVEinaer^ .longer Advertisement, at equally favor, hie rate* . . . ...i,?n ordere! to to lw continued 5* first appearance-^vaUe ^ II E T R ] 1 D X E, 'sATl'RDAY MORNING, SKPTK.MBF.lt 13. jjttfytt Ertracts from JFovcffln papers (Received by the Great Western.) THE" CASK OF McLEOD. I la the House of Commons on the 2Gtb, Mr. Roc j j,uct brought up the case of McLeod. After suc rinctly and accurately recounting all the circtim itanccs attending the capture of the Caroline-, the arrest and i?etcntion of McLcod. and t}i<- diplomatic gtercourse upon the whole subject...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 September 1841

THE TRIBUNE. satcrday morning, sf.pt. in. l?;::. XT For farther Foreign Ira tell igencc, see Firet Pa;-r. XT For the C'leveaiecce of p?r/n?? wi-hinp to send the Weekly Tribune to their fneni!? in the ccuntry, copies in wrapper* may be otuiacc! at the counter. Price CJ cent*. Cf* We have had the follovring article in type ever ?dnee the appearance of Mr. Webster' a letter to Galivs & Seatoa, but it has been crowded nut from day to day by tnattT of more j-r?.-.--::.~ .rr.t.->rt.v-e. The Intter frwm Washington which we publish to-day only confirms us in the opisiooa expressed below : The Cabinet Chascks.?We liare heartily ap? proved the course of Mr. Webster in remain-'r.g in the Cabi.iet after the retirement of bis CA lleagues; believing that considerations of the highest Nation al importance imperatively dictated the course he has taken. In saying this, we by no means imply that no other man is fully competent to the dis char?c of the duties of Secretary of State, under the mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 September 1841

MOiSKY MA LiKET7~ xnlcent the Stock Exchcnae, ?cp?- ,r 25U.S.Bank....?30ds 5}| 23 do. * ? *?. ? I -A* -a 'i Aii?d::::::: mS 5 .-*j 5 * 7 lip-,1 ?s) do. ????.c,"n 11 '0 do.bttwkJO?? d?.i] i" j lor; ,'200 do.ca-h l.j ? j?..i,V M MB do.nextwk I7J m do".".. ...?iw? *? 122 *?./ : 13 do .".:. ... W ISO L WER. S3] ii - v A Trust Co. .". 3*!IOO do. S3j ^A^ixW.... ?II? A..jW5d 5|| 75 Farmer's Trust.... 47,100 do.b.H)ds oi-. JS do . 18 ?BoftdtProv.R.... ?5 j 5 Wk.burg. 31, SO do.Oku 911 V. do.CM- 3{ 30 do. 934, B Mohawk.s30d 90J W N. O. Canal. 40j 10o do.sMklys 5Kj ; 23 Canton Co. 23j 15 do.'....cash Co : .".0 do. 23j j5 do.h30 ds 601 j 30 do. 234. lbjPaurauu RR..atWd ddj SO uo.-3d? 2oJ Hccond ISonrd. fS Canton Co. 20 IlCO do.a nt week 107 IS Famen Traat. 4ej' 23 do.nt ?k 1"7J BOtMldkHnd. 1"7 . 23 Viekaburg. 21 iij do. 107 ? ?? Commercial na?l .Tleney .TfntScr?. ?ik'ay, /'. AT. The tonilen-y of the advices from England was ? stocks to advance to day at the hoard. U. S. Bank sold f ?t 6|, au i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 September 1841

Ftooi ihr Gift f.r !;!2. THE APPEAL OP MARIA THERESA.' ?v THE late loot hoofer. BzaCTITVL look'd the lady When she wore the iron crown, Beautiful at the banquet hail With Bier shining hair unbound ; And queenly at the llnyal Mount, A\ w;th a warrior's air. She boldly waved the dashing sword, And rein'd her charger there. But more beautiful the lady. With her ca!m and stately grace, Glancing with firm and steadfast eye On knight and ncble's face; And, casting to the itlie wind A woman's passing fear, She turn'd to ttiat assembled throng? "Nobles of Hungary, hear! * As tuen do ga/.e in thickest night Upon a single star, Sc ..na to me your steadfast faith With promise from afar ; I place my trust upon your arms, On yours; the true and brave. l"or Hungary's soil may never shield The coward or the slave ! "I cai: onto my rescue now God an 1 St- Sieuheu's laid I ? )7c apon the swelling tide With -pirit undismay'd. Nobles a.id knights of Hungary I pledge my queenly word To guard for you ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 September 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, , ?,,bl?shed every morning, at No. 30 Ann UJL\\"vw.York. ei?7deUvered to C.tv Subscriber. beronrl the time lor which it it P"* S>o-"cr,i uuu* taken for SiXjMonth?. Term, of .Wnrnnrf.... For t?tk of TEthne/or I-, (ore? m<. first in-Utk?.. SO Cta do. for curb subsequent insertion .... ?j tngerfA4rS^ at eoual., favorable rate?. r-f. Advertisements when ordcr-d to to be continued ?n theinjiJe after the first insertion will be subject to ,?hc ^chargeas on their first appearance-payable in all cases in advance._ ~T H E T RIB B X E, _ MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20. "IsIo.tiMesT* or VVashmotos's Patriotism.? Every American will prize this choice and elegant work as one of tho noblest tributes ever paid to ihn memory of the Fattier of his Country. It con tvns fae timilet of Washington's Aceo-ant with the United States during the Eight Years of his Presidency, copies of thrr public documents con? nected with Iiis military command and civil admin" i'tratioa, Maj. Gen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 September 1841

T Ii E TRIBUNE, \ ONiUV MORNING, SEPT. 20, 1841. B ?>r Literary Notirra. .Von * of Tin -,r\. und A Vinit to Nevretr?ad Abbey, ace Tcirat I'nge. 7 ' For 1 F-lconora,* a Talr br Etl^'nr A. Poe, occ East P.'yr. 1 T The WEEKLY TRIBUNE for Saturday last may He obtained at the counter.?Price 8] ecats. S;e Tahle of Content? in another column. XT Our city rcsflert n ill please bear in mind that they a-c to /'ay the Carriers exclusively. Thev owe us nothing ; are have bo accouata with them. We fell our paper to cur Carriers and ;rt our pay for them like ni'-r chandize. We cannot take pay for papers tlat a Car? rier has scried. Oui readers patronize u-, but 1 avc no dealings directly with us. If they would remember this it would sr.-..; much Iroub'e.?Wc rhall at all times be happy to receive the names of per?o s who wir!, to take our paper, and bund them ore r to our Carriers. One Banner to t?so Breeze. '? Instead or striking ovb Flag, let it be reared stii.i. higher, with a P1RXER ham). b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 September 1841

MONEY' MARKET, ??je.*.-??? mock **cban**' *rpt'1 ,:, rSa-.~ a rvirag 1 * ?r.::::z& a ?? *>.-aS 1-1 r. 50 do.. ?3.1? f, SO do. .Uld? 1" Jf^Ssl g=3S ill 2 2 75 do.-1 mt do.t3':d? lU'l ?? ,- ... w . . i? i'im do.b35d W ^pBa,,*,... n^M ?.card, ... ?SkaciMi. f?y ? do. db, 'TjUHhlf*1" c? c<>- 80 i .*>< 'ouo1 Bonrd. -v.-.-*. ....?3d I>M 15U L. Island.c>'h 0S{ JrVrErsW. 5-/ I'.'U-l *Hud...?l..d lu . 50 50 do.?MJd? I'. ? Viitoburf. 3?| 50 U. S. Bank. tij Saturday, P. AT ?lock?, generally, were better to-day, and the sale, were to ? coaaidarable amount. V. S. Bank aharei re Biiaed without change, jelling at 6); Del. it Hudson im pr.red?! Farmers' Trust ;t; Canton Co. J. Paterson t J?Stale Stocks the operation ?er? large und a; much idraace for some descriptions. 600 Corporation Loan, le70. M jijOOduTtiois Hires, 1870. 16 IjUN Indiana Bonds. > j.soo do do.bi'l <S> jybO do to. '"5 laW do do.b60 l"l -jiflO do da.nw m j,OX) do do. ' j i"'J do do.hdU l-j V.W do St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 September 1841

From The Rone cf Sharon for 1 - i i. THE HIGHLANDS. BrAOTirCL Highl*r..is ! Where the waters lave our cloven feet the nodding wild flower zrows ; There smiles the imoge of trie red marsh-rose, In the blue mirror of the singing wave, Anrt there the violet makes its early grave ; There, too. the cowslip peeps above the snows ; But or. your summits sits w-i!d majesty. And throws her mantle o'er your rock-ribbed tidei ; And the proud river, in her wandering tides. Makes pictures of your gorgeous drapery : We gar.e on vou with won ler and with pride. And a high place 'mid earth's sublirneat things Is set apart for you. Here shall ye still abide. When e very sun bricht land her richest tribute brings. S. C. Eoosstos. Frovi The Gift for 1-ii ELEONORA. B r ED CA B A? r o E . I AM of s race note.! forvigor of ftinrvar.rl nnior of passion. Pyrros is my name. Men have called me mud; hut the question is not yet settled whe? ther madness bo or be not the loftier inielh*gcnc<? whether much tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 September 1841

THE KEW-Y?RK TRIBUNE .Miahed everv morning, at No. 30 Ann " Li \>w Vork sad de?vered to City Subscriber* fnVEl'FATpercop*. Mail Subscriber*, f* Pr fcf ?m in tdTtaCe, an<l the paper in no cw- continued ^?ftinTfor which i?^ paid. SabKnptioni .jL'ro ibr Six.Months. _ .f J<!r<n;nnc....Frr tact AdttrH*ementtJ Jo. for each subsequent ius?rtion. f .j TT for SIX insertion., or one ueek....J?l .??> 'orTWLNTV-UVE insertions.... 5 OO Longer A.lveraiem?nts at equally favorrrMe rates ?J\c7er:isvraer.U when ordered to to I,. continued J&tasJo* after the first insertion will be subject to ? ?HM charge as on their first appearance? payable ;"all c'ssc? "? advance. _ ' ' --? .. ? . . . - J.JI T H E T R O l N E , V j 5QAY MORNING, SEP1 EMBER SL of L him i?D L,?w vis.s: or, Sketche, and Illustration? of .,1 History am! Biogrsplry. In two volumes. I" ,irlph's. Carey At Hart; New. York, Carvill A; Co., 108 grosdwsy This is a very interesting am! valuable work.? j, a written by an Engl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 September 1841

THE TRI BINE. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 21, 1841. XT For rtn article on flrnry Clrtr, l,:iw and '.awjfr?, und nn ri'Jlhoriaed I'.iport of the l)rri?ia::ii of tlae A??i?!:int V" ' d'huocellor of thin Di?tri< t, ?ee f be riist Fnge. IT For ? ?pir'tr.1 nnd b?nntifii! Poem by \V. Vf. I'rnrd. non first published m this Country, ace Luvt Page? The Cabinet Resjosatio*.?Wecannot think it possible that any "ii! censure the Cs.bir. -t re*i?j nation as hasty or iil-ad vised who consider rhatthc President, or at least his confidential adviser*, had been busily employed in Cabinet making for week - before that resignation took plate. We think *e cannot be mistaken in stating that Mr. Critteu den's place bad been tendered by Judge ?pshur toadistirguish'd son of Maryland, at least ten days before the Second Veto; and we beard in Washington that Mr. BeD'a place bad been offered to an eminent Louiaiunian, but tliat may be a mis? take. Every body Itnerw in Washington when we were there that tbo Cabin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 September 1841

iMOiNEV MAEIKET. Ml? "? ?h? Exchange. 5?-*??:::::r.-i?Si^m.? so do.loji j ? do-.v;;;; $ 'S do:::::::;."?c:: |g .gi^w.g 90 .lo. ?07i ;* ^VlR77 SO ds _ ?W O0 lUreru R . l.j ?07,'aw do.?30daj. .., s ?' jot;? itfCaulouCo. IS-IL.. 25| 25 do. IS do. ^K^rVT'ru,.:::: "?t? ^.sod.y. * 33 do....tiaoonthf 45 |100 do.00 days Sa eXrcoa? Board. ?50 ?Ii?. L. Hand.. .MO 5? I S5 ?hs. Carton Co. tJ5 301 isn jo.6?r I 5*' d? Hai lern.?3 17j .*i</.i<:o?, P. .V. Some de'ciption? of stock' wer? rather lower to-day hut there wrre no changes of importance. I.'. gute? Bank w?? without chance. Del 4. Hod improved ' per cent. Farmer?' Trust declin-.d J. Canton Co. an* Mo? hawk, j cent. Iu Slate Securities lho sa!c3 were ? 5 009 Indiana Bonds. i-i ?,t?0 do do.bl5 ??-} 5000 do do .iSJ 4-> 4,000 do co. 4-, 3, 00 do do.b30 I 2.100 do do.c? 414 2000 do do. J ? 1,000 do do . .e30 47J Eirhan^'t.? Foreign?Some drawers are dem-- '???> t Jj, but '.be current rate is a '.'j for sterling. Bill? OB Ta ris are fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 September 1841

THE LEGEND OF THE HAUNTED TREE. BT IHK ALTHOr. OK 1 LILLIAN." I Now firm published id l b i ? country.] " Def p u ihe h'.is? of the belted knight, When he kite's at dawn the silken glove, Ap'1 rides, in his jittering r.rmor dight, To shiver a lance for his Lad\-l?ve ! " Lightly he couches the beaming spear: His mistress sits w ith her maidens by, Watching the speed of his swift career, Wieb a whispered prayer and u murmured sigh. " Far from me is the ga/ing throng. The blazoned shield, and the nodding plume : Nothing is mine but a wcrthiess song. A joyless life, and a nameless tomb." ?* Nay, dearest Wilfrid, lay like this On such an eve is much amis-: Our mirth beneath the new May Moon Should be echoed by a livelier tuno. What need to thee of mail nnd creit. Of foot in stirrup, spear in rest? Over far mountain* and deep sea', Eiirth hath no fairer fields than these; And who, in Peauty's gaudie-t bowers. Can love thee with more love than ours ? " The rnitistrel tttrncd with a moody l...

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