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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 October 1842

*nrr A *-'<>?> rff0*- 4 anrt 5 AiUjr 1Iou*''1 New Hauer?, will introduce on Wednesday, the 21? inst, and eiegant article of gentlemen1* Black Fur Hats, * 8'* ,j fac'|,t ,n explanation of which we submit the lol ??U^?narks: "nee ?V origin of our establishment, we have had in ??,i havc strictly adhered to three drstiuct purposes rrft, aiili **** ... manufactures, viz : Economy in pricv. Improvement iaoatj . amj taste, and the perfecting a STAN DAHL? OF jS^NS FOR THE UNITED STATES, ind-Pe... r-otoft!^ EurofM-an, all of which have been successfully reeled, resulting in a most important saving to the Cain uiftiity at large, and an equally satisfactory remuneration oariebes, consequent upon the extensive patroaage ^iehl*bavt're~ivpd? ' Oar to?my<* FIVJE DOLLAR HATS, so superior In jaateiM elegance of style and perfect finish, tbat imme ijjitly upon their introduction, tLey became not only pre ?jvjt at li"me, but celebrated in London and Paris, and ejjC<ftl the highest encom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 October 1842

From the Democratic Review lor October. LINKS, WRITTEN O!* RlkTHtn ?EVERAL P AM PHI.ETS PUB? lished r,Y CLKRGYMKN AGAINST THE ABOLITION or THK GALLOWS. sv j hjj o whi trice, vx~ Thb ?uns of eighteen centuries have shone, Sine? the Redeemer walkt d with men, as,d nnde Tbe fi?her's lx>?t, die cavern'* ftoer of ?tone. Am) mountain mo**, a pillow for Li? head ; And II", who wandered with die peasant Jew And broke with publicans the bread ?f shame. And dra'ik, with bljeasiags in His Father's name, Tbe water which Samaria's outcast drew, Hath now his temple* upon every shore. Altar and shrine an I t?ri*,?l?and incense dim Evermore rising, with low prwver aud hymn. From lip* which piesJ the temple's marble floor, Or kiss the gilded sign of the dread Cross Me bore. Yet, as of aid. when, meekly 1 doing good, He fed a blind and selfish multitude. And even the p x>r companions of IL? I?t With their dim, ear?iy vision knew Him not. How ill are Hi* b?fb teachings nnoerstoau. Where be badi ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 October 1842

fflE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE . ?hlisb'-d every morning at No. l?ONas ** ^.rrei (opposiic ibe City Hall,) New-York,aad deliv Sf^rltv sWriN-ri for NINE CENTS per week? a#b?com? Two Cents. Mail Sub^riber,, $4 00 per Vim in advance, and the paper in no case con?nued 'k^fond' the t'me <?r w!licn il >s P3"1- Subscriptions ta for Six Months. T*rn? ?f Adiertising.... For each Advertisement or sstaS Uses or less {over ?ix) first insertion. 50 Cents. a ivrt* h subsequent insertion. 25 " ?* for mX insert ions, or one week.$130 " ^TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 60 ? t^n?r IdTcrtismentt at equally favorable rates. &rrWe*> RefifOoos and Funeral Notices, not exceeding irrTht WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for ?heCoanoT-'* pnbhahed every Saturday morning, at the s* pnee of *2 per annum, in advance. ""the tribune. From our Extra of Saturday Mornixg. MR. WEBSTER'S SPEECH, Delivered nt Faneuil Flail, Boston, on Fri? day, September 31), 1840. [Reported fur The Tribune.] At a very early hour tho r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 October 1842

pre*enr?5 our filth arid credit. People ?a\ that the inu-ii g^til people of Europe ou^ht Lo distinguish between t ie i? ate ann ibe General Government. Ac?i so t:it) puglu?and what me.> ? All govern? ment 1?. oi tu? people; and it toe States repudiate tbetr debts and find ; ?> rebuke, Eutope may a-k how long will :i be be tote the National G tvero inent will, unrebuked, repudiate her deb's. I do not mi) what the Constitution authorizes Congress to, do?but ?nly thai ii ihr principle? re? cognized bj that body bo true, and the public land fund be rfially the property of the States ot tue Onion, here t? a banning for some measure oi regular and Couatitutional aid whereby the States maj save their credit and the credit of the People. I have detained\ou too long. In nr. judgement there remain certain important object*, fit to en engage the attenupn of both pubic and pnvaw men. Let me remind you of the questions With England ?the prosecution of the ciairns of our citizens on foreign...

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

ry YVbiff Senatorial Convention.?FIRST DISTRICT.? At a meeting of this Convention held at the i?dw*j Hoo-e.on the 12th day of October, 1M1, thetol towiofr resolution was fussed : fashed, That the next Senatorial Convention fur !!,:? twnt b* heid on the second Tuesday of October, 1841, i w>'fc'.*t the Broadway H me in the City of New-York, i that die Prt-ideni and Secretary cause doe notice !Si*jft>> b? given. PHILIP HONE, President. D. A- B?KtE" Secretary._?19 tol 1 rr Fi?"*1 Ward.-Toe reraocratic Whig Electors of the first Want an- requested to meet at Thresher's Broad "irrt Bole', on Tuesday evening next. 4ih October, at 7j "o'clock, to appoint three 0?;le^^tes to meet ti e ( itv Sena yjfjj) Convention?Five Delegates U> meet tbe Convention Stare to nominate thirteen candidates for members ol liseaihly, and one candidate 'or Rrgister of this Citv and Coor.t)'-" Also, ,'vp Delegates, to meet the Third District gopvention to nominale a suitable candidate u> represent [...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 October 1842

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3. Deferred Articles. CF The College ok Nxw-Jxrset held iu 96th Anniversary at Princeton on Wednesday. Hen. Samukl J. Wilkin of Orange Co. N. Y. delivered the Annual Oration, in place of Guv. Iredell of N. C who was unable to attend, Hon. John M. Berken, ?. S. Senator from Georgia, was present, and was elected a Vice President of the Alumni Association, in place of Hon. Samuel L. Southard, deceased. Fourteen Orations were delivered by Graduates, eight, by Juniors at their exercises on the preceding c'vening. The c egree of A. B. was conferred on 43 Graduates, and that of A. M. en 41 Alumni of the College^ The honorary degree ^?^^^S^^i TSSS ESiffi^ the Theological Faculty, Montauljan, 1Pwnce. ronf<rred on Craic ^i^T^'^ B. was eonlerred on dXEXAN oca C. Math ESPN, of & g- ^ (0* Judge Wells of the U. S. District Coutt for Missouri, following in the wake of Mr. Thomas H. Bentoa, has decided the U. S. Bankrupt Law unconstitutional, so far as it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 October 1842

???" Lirwifte ib<- City Hall.) New-York, and <^!iv ^I^?riber? for HUJlf CENTS per week. 5"10 >* Two Cents. Mail Subscribers, $4 00 per iaZte&PiAiince, and the paper in no case continued time for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta g?S Months. ^ -?* Advertising. ? ? ? For each Advertisement of T??Bl nr less (orer six) first insertion. 50 Cents ltS??" stbaeqn-ntinsertk?... S6 ? * (ft r atX iasertions, ?r one week.$1 50 " Ife K?rtNTY-FTyE insertions. 5 00 m ? ** AdTfrtwrnentf at equally favorable rates. , Ke?gious and Kaneral Notices, not exceedin? -t- WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, fix maaTT'1* pubhslwd every Saturday morning, at tb* "* ?n' K per anwnm, ua advance. ..o*!1?^?--?-_ THE TRIBUNE._ ?? The Rich against the Poor." ? JE?or ?/ The Tribune: jfojnflwsr the Loco-Kocos have found it ncce? ^tosrouse their party to action, they have re to tbe cry that the Whigs are Aristocrats, .jjjtjjey are the enemies of the People, that they , fartno?ympathy for them in their suf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 October 1842

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4. WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Of kc3tccky. FOR GOVERNOR. LUTHER BRADISH, OK riU.NKl.IN CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABKIEL FUPlMAN, or kings. DxMtricL FOR TENATORS, IV 5 JOI5N F KOTIUXGIi AM, *??S~?', n (At4A filAMCMff,!., h ranking. I r^*;a' ,J \ni..MAttVI?l' PfJTNA?, Wyoming Coooty. Election, Novr-mbrr 8-(o>'? day oni*-> 1 / In Uenrocrnt.e *Vhi? ?eiieral <'om mitte?, Septernber27, W2-. t'-d, for thr purpose each Ward toYcitV Canve*tiorr Vi b? belli at Bmadway Hon?e on Saturday e?etnnr, October 8uj, at 7 o clock, which Convention i* to select rhirteen Delegate* to repre? sent the City and County of New-Yorlc in a Senatorial Convention to beheld at Broadway llouseon Tuesday, Oo tofter JHti. at )2 o'clock, M. Resolved, That it be turtliT recommended to said eject? ors, at the ?.ame time and phce.to appoint Five Delegates from e*ch Ward to represent their respective Wards in a County Convention to be held at Broadway ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 October 1842

?er T.cnrr &? i'o., No*. 4 5 A?lor House, New ,Y R?tters, will introduce en Wednesday, the 21st insu. > 1 andeleganiarticle ot gentlemen's Blsrk Fur Hau "^52* fach, in explanation of which we submit the fol 'jj&tein-irk*: sve the origin of onr establishment, we have had in j . ?nd have strictly adhered to three distinct purpose* ?vj 0;ani;r?ctares. vir.: Economy in price. Improvement 52d? Md taste, and tne perfecting a STANDARD OP jijijfjNS FOR THE UNITED STATES, indepet 'rjtii? European, a!! of which have bc?*u successfully *>cted, resulting in a most importsnt saving to the com ^jaity at large, and an equally satisfactory remuneration oarseives, consequent upon the extensive patronage ILebwe taw renewed. Oar irr-p'oved FIVE DOLL\R HATS, s-. superior in aiteral dfgance of style and perfect finish, that irnmc (jjtfly opoa their itn.-aductirm, they became not only pre --liwst at borne, but celebrated in London and Paris and t^isedthe highest encomiums of the Pros there,...

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

THE TRIB?NE. A "Swiss Sham r ight tcrned into a Real One.?We find V:^ following almost incredible statement in the Pari? Commerce:?" One of our subscribers, an officer at the camp of Thoune, ha? transmitted to us tbe following details of a mili? tary fete, begun happily enough, but which termi? nated in a tragical manner:?'Camp of Thoune, Aug. 26. For the last fortnight a camp of 4,500 men had been former! in the plain of Thoune, a small town in the canton of B?rne, under the com? mand of Colonel Rilliet-ConstJiot, formerly in tbe Grand Army. There are eight battalions of in? fantry and four companies of carbineers, nrtille- j ry, and cavalry of the several cantons. On Sun? day last the Federal Diet, now assembled at Berne, passed in review this body of troops, in presence* of several foreign officers, particularly the Duke do Ragueso. An immense crowd was present at this review, which tool; place in splen did weather, at the foot of the majestic mountains of Stockhorn. Wednesday a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 October 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIB?NE . ?fthlisbfd every morning at No. 160 Nas l! litre* loppos?e the City Hall,) Nrw-Vork.and deliv h!j irTritv -obscrihers for NINE CENTS per week? s^copfc? Two Cc.tTS. Mail Subscribers, $4 00 per num in advance, and the paper in no case continued beyond the time for which it is paid. Sulacriptions ta? ken for Six Months-' Termsof Advertising.'... Kor ea?.h Ad vcrtis^roem of rzs liaes or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents h. forea h subsequent insertion. 25 " !?, for SIX insertion*, or one week..$150 M da iorTWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 00 " Lenzet AdverttMuent? at equally favorable rates. Marrwget, Relrgious ajnd Funeral Notices, not exceed r.j. StetinasTS'cents, rj The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large pap?, for tse Country, i-published every Saturday morning, at the o* price of %2 per a'naum, in advance. .*T THE TRIBUNE. HsimalChcmistrv, or Organic Chrnistry in- iu applica? tion to Phvsiology and Pathology: By Jcstus LirBio, M. D. J. Winchester, 3?*nn-st. ' Wc ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 October 1842

v THE TRI B UNE. WEDNESDAY MOKNLNG. CO OBER 5. WHIG STATE _NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or kentucky* FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, OK - ?ANK.M.N CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL F?RMAN, or KIN'?t. District FOR SENA TORS, ? lv>JOfI.\ FKtO I ISI \C;II A7I, Falton Co. ,v * A*A HArtOAIiX,. Kranklio Co. (Two Years.] Vir.r*VlXI/IAilI K. MTRONG, Seneca Co. Vlll..llAKVfiY PITrtA-??-Wyoming Conntj. Election November is?(we rfay on/w.j SO* Democratic Wbiz ?en? rul Comma re-rular meeiinjr oi' Iii.? Committee win "Ot'eJu the Rroaiiway Mouse,on Thursday Evening, OcU-ber 6lb, at7 o'clock. " ELLIS POTTER, Chkrrinan. j. ii. Hob-KT Haws, ) j^r^u-ies. oi 2t Ko. E. Cowles. ' f_*._ ET Tho Office cd The Tribune is removed to the now and spacious buildings, Ko. 160 NASSAU STREET, in front of the Park, and nearly opposite the City Hall. _ XT An Agent for thL- paper is wanted at Scheaectady. One who is acquainted in that City will be preferred. Important i'Roy. T>;xas.?We have been fa? vor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 October 1842

TT smeary & Co., No*. 4 ami 5 Astor House, New V k Halter?, will introduce ?n Wednesday, tbe 21st inst-, and elegant article of genlt-men"* Black Fur Hat*, ? |3 ?'acn*in txptwM?oo of w bicb we submit the fol? lowing remark*: <ince theorigin of our establishment, we have had in ? sod have strictly adhered to three distinct purposes -^manufactures, viz : Economy in price, Improvement ')aoali* ami taste, and tae perfecting a STANDARD OF * qsHIONst FOR THE UNITED STATES, indepei. (j^jt of the European, ali of which have been successfully ^fleeted, resoltinu |n a mos? important saving to the rorn ?nonity at large, and an equally satisfactory remuneration , ourselves, consequent upon the extensive patronage ^bfcn we have reserved. Oar improved FIVE DOLLAR HATS, so superior in material, elegance of style and perfect finish, that imme diately Bpon their introduction, they became not only pre? eminent at horrje, but celebrated In London and Paris, ar.d , .- ted the highest encominms o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 October 1842

THE TRIBUNE. Judge K'puhur on (be Power of Appoint inriu and it* Abases. We have already laid before our readers?we trust to their instruction and profit?the views of Hon. Abkl P. L'rsHUR, Mr. Tyler's Secretary of the Navy, on the nature and exercise of tbe Veto Power of the President, as embodied in his able and powerful " Inquiry into the True Nature and Character of our Federal Government; being a Review of Judge Story.'s commentaries on tbe Con? stitution of the United States." We propose now to extract from the same work, (pp. 117-2.0) niJ remarks on the nature and ab we* of the Appoint? ing Power. No comments could add to tt.eir per? tinence or forte. They are as follows : "It is rexBurkuble. that the Constitution is wholly silent in regard to the power of removal 'from office. The anointing power is in the Pre? sident and Senate; tbe President nominating,and the Senat? confirming; but the power to remove from office seems never to have been' contemplated by tbe convention at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 October 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE TS published rtrry morning at No. 160.Nas MU-4t?ei. (opposite trie Ctty Hull.) New.York, and deliv? ered to City t>uh%cnhers lor NINE CENTS per week_ Stogie copies Two Cents. Mail Subscriber*, $4 00 per annum, in advance, and the paper in no case continued beyond tlie time for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta? ten for Six Month*. Terms *?f Advertising... .For eactf Advertisement of fiSN lines or lew (over six) first insertion. 60 Cents jo, tor ca b subsequent insertion. 25 " >0 lor SIN insertions, or one week.1150 M rorTWENTY-KIVE insertions. 5*0 ?? junger Adverusmenti at equally lavorahlerates. Jtfarnag'*, Religions and Funeral Notices, not exceeding ti+Mmn. 23 r.emv CT The WEEKLY TKJBUNE.? very large paper, for it* Country,is pabhshed every Saturday morning, at the flfr price ot $2 per ansinni, in ad ranee. THE TRIBUNE. LATER FROM EUROPE. The >team-hip Columbia, Capt. E. C. Miller, arrived on TNesday morning at Boston, from Liver? pool, bringing; Li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 October 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER u. WHIG state JNOMIN atiojns. EOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAV, Or tfENTVCKV. FOR OOFERNOR, LUTHEK BRAWSH, OV fRAXKLSN CO. FOR CfEVik GOVERNOR, GABRIEL KDRMAN, Of KINGS. District FOR 'SENATORS, n j.lOH.'V PKOTIUXMIIAM* Pulton Co^ ' j AH X I1A4<:a1? .ii.kitfi <:<>?{ ?wo?. ?ar&] MI..WII^a.l.l.Ti j'.. ?TK?WCr,Se?ccaCo MlL.aAUViVV ft, I'.YA.W, iVyirfiifog Count). EUciwn Tuetday, Nov. >?(o?c day o?hj-) l toother ? Whig?, fcme.-Tlic Democratic Whig Young M??u of the City,and County of New. York will bold a meeting ?j National Hal', on Thursday Etch ln>. OctV.eili, at half-part 7 o'clock, to rttpood t* Ihr Wbtg Norn iM?on? lately ?wilr *\ Syracuse, m j oi Hcnry < i.v. ? ii n< ?> President ot the united States, and Luther Bjudisii for Governor, and Garri?i; Purmam f<>r Lieut Governor and abxMo transact such other business as may com- br true the art?< tm?. It i*expected that Air. Bertien of Georgia, and >tb?-r d.Bti:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 October 1842

I %y JEleeenth Ward.?At a very large ens! enthn j ?suc rjieeunj; 6l tlic D roocrattc Whigs of the Eleventh I tfard. held pursuant ln ?oiice, at tlic corner of Avenue D jjjg FoorthHietl, Tuesday evening, 4th ir*L, PHILIP gf?DE< OK was called to the Chair, P. G.Sherman a- d qurles Millikcm nt>*.?inted Secretaries. The cail ot the -ffung was n ail and, on (notion to vote by ballot. Uie fob being gentlemen were elected Delegate* to the several gjiriroiioas, vit: For the Congressional, g. R. SHERMAN, HEWLETT SMITH. ' J01IN McGOWA.V, H. B. BOLSTER, P. G. SHERMAN. F'or the SenatoritL A L. WOOD, ALLEN CAMERON, . MARK HLLL. For the County. C.M. ANGEVINE, JOHN PICKFORD, ? j. II. ELLIOTT, PHILIP SNEDECOR, W1LL1AJI PELSER. The following preamble and resolution* were offered by i iti- **? Bolster, read, and adopted by the meeting * ith right jifsrty goo 1 v. ill: WkcrcuSf Great and weighty matters depend upon the i?ue ot the ? lection about to take place throughout the Em pirr State? mittl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 October 1842

u Justice to Harry off the We??." OXIGi^al fctOSG.?8v ? ladt?! I'HILAOLLHi: a. " sir?** Auifi Lung Syne." m' Lf.avk v*<n regrets for error* past; Nor cast the skip away ; But nail your colors to tin* rn&n. And <-trike for Harrt Clay ! From bim nctt-tva-on need be fear'd. Your cause h" 11 ne'er betray; ' Wbat name to freemen so endear'd As rhar of Harry Clav ! No vain abstractions fill his head. To lead hi* heart astray ; For every noble promise made, Is kept by Harry Clay.! Then let not treason's hated form, Thus llll you with dismay; Bus., gath'ring strength jo breast the storm, _ Stand fast by Harry Clay ' Rise bravely for one. effort more, Voitr motto thus display; Protection for our native share ! Sustained'by Ha.iry Clay! And o'er oar gallant Chieftain's grave Pledge vee bur faith this day: In weal or wo. no change to know, Till triumphs Harry Clay ; chorus. 'Till triumphs Harry Clay, my boys, T'ill triumphs Harry Clay; to weal or wo, no change to know, 'Till triumphs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 October 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Js published every morning: at No. 160Nas ?a-streei. (opposite tbe City Hull.) New-York, ?nd deliv? ered to City pubscribcrs for NINE CENTS per week Single copies Two Cents. Mail Subscribers, $4 00 per anretn. m advance, and the paper m no case continued beyond "be time for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta? ken for Six Months. Terms ef Ad vertotng.... For each Ad verttoeinent of TEN liaes or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents da, tor ex b subseqaeat insertion. 25 " do. for SIX insertions, or one week.f I 50 " de, tor TW^NTY-PlVE insertions. 5 00 ? I Langer Adveriisments at equally favorable rates.' i Marriages, Retigious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding I re huts, 25 cents. ftT Tbe WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, !br ;be Country, is published every Saturday awrnuag, at the ?w pnce of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. ffce Great I>nyton (.'oarrniicn-100,000 Whig? in Council?The Went on Fire for Clay, a 9onnd Currency and Protection to Home ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 October 1842

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING. ?CTQBER 7. WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or kentucky. FOR ''GOVERNOR, LUTHER-BRADISH; ok ef.anxun co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL F?RMAN. ojr KtxCk. X/iitctct e'Oit SENATORS. ' . , H LAMA H.lMfAf.l-.i-N.oKiK.u,,! ^oY?rs.J VII. W?JL1.IAJTI K. MTKO.\<-.-- " ' ^; VI1I..HAI&V?!: FliTWAiH, Wyoming County. Election Tuesday, ?h& ??(on>: day only.) TV* General VomtniUc?* of IJemocrntrc * Wh.? Yotin? itten. - a Regular Meeting oft?? l om mittee will be Bd3?l lb? Brfedwav House, on Friday Even inr fijrTtbof Ocroher. JfH2.af half-past . o'clock. By order, mg. tnr .iun ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. Charli h. Taylor, 5 __ "k> -i jrj" Tbje Om'ct- of The Tribnnc is removed !o the ntw and spacious bwlding,3, Ko. fan NASSAU STREET, ift front of the Park, and nearly opposite the City Hall. O* The VVhic Ai.ma.nac and United States Regis ter may be obtained it all the piincip I Cities fn>m the ageatsot tht Tribune and from the BcHJks...

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