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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 28 September 1841

Tg?~OTW^ORK TRIBUNE, ,i|;t).i.,! every mornioe. at .Vo.xoAnn '* rHe-f-Vorlt, sad delivered to I it; - ?' SaSZCtiSJvotcoff, .v.oi! s:t?vr.i.-r.. I 'h advance, ..a ! .hepap r tniio eai ? c mui ? < I 1 tie time :or which' it is paid. Sabacripuoni tor -Si*- Months, vw, ef Mitrti*im....rcr each Mt^rHsment of JJlkeesor less (ovei six . fit I insertion.. .sO ets, do foreschsabsequent Insertion . ?? T" e0, <|tr insertion*, or one wee*-*? I o.l ?T forTVTrliNTy-FlVii: insertions.... .? OO Longer AJverusements at equally favor&ble rates. <vt- 4.HTcrti?emcnu when or lered te to be continued 'ieinside after the first insertion will bo subject to ?t ?aracch.rc? SS on their Crs; appearance? pa> able Jg ill case" in _ The t r \ b u n e ,' Mt)\l)AV MoKNi.N .. SEPTEMBER 28 TiRoiMA Akousist. i?The Whigs of Richmond City (there arc very few Locos there) and rJenrico Goantv, Va. held a great meeting :tt the Exchange on the nvening of the 21st. After .1 lonr and free d*sx7Mston by Sonat'?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 28 September 1841

THE TRIE U NE, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28. XT Tor a rnrir!? of IistelliKenc?;, if.. n**> Firxt Page. C Fesr a ? h-ipirr of liarunb.' Rm)j:f, asre Foarlh i'ayc. KT VT? understand that a: a rr?-::^ of the Whig* of la.' Tenth Ward last trvening, one c?tbe New r.ra's reporters, in bis zeal to denosxnce 4? Tribute, created so great a di-turbanee in the Btseetmg that be was politely rec-iestcd to leave tobe room. Tbig hint being disregarded and the ? isturtarce renewed, he was weited npon as gently as circurnstanccs wouid permit, by the boou ?4* sundry gentlemen, to the bottom of the stairs. It is tobe h- ped that his lesson will be of essen? tial service to him on future occasions. W e shall look in the New En for a graphic and spirited re? port of the proceedings._ CT* Our readers must be well aware that we have always been averse to die practice "f appoint? ing Political Editors \*t lucrative posts under the Federal Government. Not that an Editor has not as good a right to office...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 28 September 1841

Citn gntcIHgencc. Reported for Tin Tribuns. Pact* mSttna**.?Septa-aUer 87.?Befina ibe B" Pf" aR ? Jjifgo* Lj nrh a-,,] Noah. Jobn?"? black, ?rai tried for burglary ia tbe Sc i" breaki'.R mt" the dwelling I.ou.r of Hizi JJCJ1 eniored woman ?f No. H l.eoiiur.l-streei. .andMeal tVtice 4 picla-e?. I or o stresses ami cat glass dt ran 2 ml Xtind""*. worth $21,.'Si. in the .luv time, of Ihr fi JUattluti Th- in-? found h m Gudty cf petn Mteav naiv, ami the Couit sentence him to the Pen.. 1 Tbc*??' Beylan ???,ri"' f? forgery in the :?. I d er<-?. fbrnsi :* check 'er $ tr?r, purporting t?bedrawaby TsmsfC Winthrop of N?. I? rmo >tr- et payable to T aVrtitb. on the I9th Auru-t last, wh eh he presented to pial Hunker, paying t'-l'er of the ?.hik of New-Turk, on ieiOlh Au; u-t Tha^eheek wa? nt once, disoovered tc .1, forgery .anij.hc prisoner arrested hy officer McGratb, ?hJ (owi I ' hl' trunk, in Oak-Vtreel, -ever:i note* ?n?l a (irmft i?cc-pic-t. with Mr. Wintbrop'a name aubacribod fllje...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 28 September 1841

"*?niiBmms-iB?ss?. i?nun iwin ? ' 11 r an JJ A It iN A U V R I. D I. E. ?1 Xc?B e*.uit; bp. i.-? chapter Lvhl They wr-ro not loog in reaching tho barrack*, for the officer who rommnnded the party was desi? rous vo avoid arousing the people by a display oi military force in the streets, a,r-i v.a? buroaneh anxious to give a* little opporiunity as possible : n any attempt at rescue: kno-Mns that it rr.'julear! to bloodshed and Loss of life, and that if the civil authorities by whom be wasacroinpai.ii id, empow? ered him to ordet his men lo fire, many innocent persons would probably fall, whom curiosity or idleness bad attraru-.i to tho spot. He tbenrfwe led the party briskly on, avoiding with a rnerciioj prudence the more "public and crowded thoro'i.n faro... and pursuing those which he dceined Wst ; likely to be infected by disorderly persons, ir.is ?wise priKjccdirtr not Ol Iv enabled them to gain their quarters without any toteiruption, but r?rr. pletely baffled a bodv of rioters w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 September 1841

BY GREELEY & MeELRATH ^ ^ f)FnCE NO. 30 A NX-STREET. PRICE OIWS CENT. HEW-YORK, iVEDXf>?AY MOBiXIWO, SEPTEMBER 29. 1841. VOL. I. NO. 117. THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, i? Dtit>li*hP<* ?v<,rv morning, at No. SOAnu ?tseet New-York, and delivered to City Subscribers JToJJX CENT per copv. Mail Subscribers, M per iini-rn in advance, and the pspcr in no enf continue-) Jerond the time for which it is paid- Subscription* ?ien for Siv Months. _ T/rffl* "/ Mr<rtiri'H_For rack .Mrrrtisemtn! of mgSlines or less over m), first insertion.. SO cts. do- for each suhsciiuout insertion. " i- for SIX insertions, or one week?.10 for TWENTY-FIVE insertions.... 5 OO Longer Advertisemonts at equally favorable rate?. Advertisements when ordered to to be continued ihe inside afur the first insertion will he subject to ft, same charge as on their first appearance? payable ? *J1 case* in advance. Tu I T R I B U N E . "tl'KSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER**!) jMhooe or Tin- Seasons ; Or, The Calendar of Natu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 September 1841

BBBBBBBBBgBB! I st************ THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 29. F??" an inferential; Leiter conn-ruing Joe Smith, l.iterarv IVoticen, ir.. see Pirat Pagr. IT For a valuable Chancery lit port. ??? Fourth Page. uCP Wo have had in type for some days a re? ply to the N. 0 Picayune's Letter concerning the Santa F6 Expedition. It will appear as soon a? we can rind room for it, but just now we arc wc fully crowded by advertisements. We assure our friends, however, that it if o pressure- whieh no nonost man, und ourselves least of all, ought to regn t. Let it come! We will do our best to en? dure it with Christian fortitude. CP In alluding yesterday to the disturbance at a meeting of the Eighth Ward Whig?, on Monday evening, we stated that one of the Reporters of the New Era was the rowdy who created the tu? mult and received summary punishment therefor. We understand that the person referred to Im? not (seen connected with the New Era for some months, and we regret exceedingly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 September 1841

Biu'f, report*1 r Uo5,a? ? " she So? " 'r,(srr! Assembly Ctaromion, whxb wore scparai-iy ** nr.av. an'! nunnuaotUdy appro vrd of. ~ * For S< natorial ConTontion. David R. Doransua, Iforace St. Jahn, Xbnmaa II. Brown. Kor Assembly Convention. Francis V Many, William I.oanshttrc. CJiarleaR.Sutherland, Alex. M Donald, KJwa/d Crohns. OantotioD. Resolved, That tno Delegates to um Sermo .1 xoi Couuiy Cojvcntions be r?'|yr; :.iu to use tb. ir be,t 'iTr??n? U) nominal? only ?urh men as are friendy to an 'h\\ 10a of all labor in our Stale PrtSOOl that conflict" iithtlr* free and honest labor of Mechanics. Resolved. That a copy of thia re-oiution be handed to ?je Pi legates from th>* '.Yard. yjpved aid seconrt.d. That these proc'C lings be r;ened kvtli" Chairmen and Secretaries, and publish'1 in in. r/rrriajj r?tar A Times, (,'ouner, and New-York Tribune. Ou motion, adjourned. DAVID R. rJO&EMUS, Chairman. fHtS.SOsKLEV./.g^^ C,m<.SCTT-V ^ ) [ |23 j7 Tenth Wore!.?Ata meeting of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 29 September 1841

CHANCERY REPORTS. TLc HON. Ml'RRAY HOFFMAN, Jniitanl l'tre Ckan r<J/o>.?Terras of the Court commence first Monday of every Dioolb, at the City Hall in the City of New York. * [Reporte?] for the New-York Tribune, exclusively, and corrected ky the Asrulaht Vice Cbuaccllor.] Ia Crakccet, serosa the Asmjtast Vre Ctuxceuon. TktVnitrd Stetttr of Jmtrtra | Kjr(lt of .uu?e lUe.Dt t. y7 . . , !? Creditors to impeach a Ifenru Paito. I^nua Ar.selo Conversance. ( < ana other*. J 1-41, July It?ilr. tr,lliam A'enf forthe Complainants. " A a?. 3.?Ofden Huffman and Mr. Ar.thon for the Hef.'udant. Cauaici. The Assistant Vice Chaxcellor.?The terial facts of this case are these :?On the l?n ? November tiie defendsat, Patto, was seized o . .e premises in queation, subject to certain mortgages, and he then executed a deed with covenants to the defendant, Cau.siei, in consideration of 862,000, re citing that it was subject to three mortgages, amount ing to S'0,000. This deed wxs acknowledged on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 September 1841

the new-york tribune, slinhci every morning, at No.30Ann " p , New-Yorfe. and'deiner..! to City Subscribers *nSE CENT per copy. Mail Snbwribers, $t per ,.m in advance, and the paper in no case continued onJ the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions yltD for Six Mcntht. _ r~mi of Mfnitint....r<tr tarh AdttrHsemtnt ?/ ?xTmes'or less (ovei *?), first insertion.. SO cU. ? for each subsequent insertion. 33 " 2* for SIX Insertions, or one week?SI -sO *" for TWENTV-FIV K ins. rtioi ..... 5 Ott Ifrfrr Advertisements at equally favorable rate* Advertisements w hen ordered to to !.>? continued tksJnsJde after the first insertion will be subject to ? wmc charge as on their first appearance?payable "ill cases'11 advance. Th 1 TRIBUNE, THt'RSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 30. T?s listrro SrsTei Psalmodt. Edited by s. B. Peso. ??-York. Yirth a Hall,No. 1 Franklin Square. We believe that this i- the first work of the kitni ?ub;i?hed in New-York, and we are confident it will got safer in the compa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 September 1841

THE Tftl?LWE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30 XT For miner 11 tint-o?? iteutx of Intelli? gence ????? Firwt Pni/e. Xr For inrrrr-Miay I.ilrmrr .Tlincellmi) nee- Fourth **:???*. " DiiMKMpf.RMiNT "7 'Hi. Whig I'afitv.''? Under thin startling n.-.riotii.cement, our jr/xid-na tored and very independent friends of The New World hav allowed some dj*eppointod office afeker or Loco-Foco ' Chapman ' to disigure aomo two or three of the otherwise well-filled columns of their last paper. Longasthia article >*- >L" aubatance may lei summed op in five lines thus " The Whig* went into the. late Presidential can " vass without any prindpl?. or any they dare " avow; they succeeded by fraud ; and the con-e " quence is that they arc now broken uj. arid anni " hilatcd." Such is the substance of the article Now to the writer'* naked assertions wo oppose undeniable facie. It is a fact that the Whigs in the late canvass universally proclaimed rher.-.?--;-. hostilc to the Sab-Treasury and the Financ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 September 1841

IN DEMOCRATIC V\ HIQ GENERAL COMMITTEE New-York, Sept. SI, IML Rrsvtrtd. That the County Convention I"- requested U meet at the Broadway House on Friday, the lsl al Odo tarnen, at 7 o'clock. I' M. jWss.'rrd. That the Convention to select Delegates t< the Sessional Convention l?e requested to rr.eet on Vns Itv, the Ith October, at the "'.roadway Hou-e, at 7 o'clock ' SAMUEL G. RAVMOND. CVn. P.C. WtSTERVELT, > . .. Backhouse, > ^ ' ??-'J Ho! T"'" Vhis sxVuutoriul Contention, First Di?tritt? At a meeting <>( this Contention held a the ttro id*sy House, on the 13 h of October, 1:40, th' folia* in g Rc?olullon was pasts. .1 Rtfoiced. That the next Senatorial Convention forlbi district be held ou the second Tuesday >f October, 1- ? ?t u o'clock at noon, at the Broadway House iu the Cirj if New-York, ami that the President cause due uotio (hereof to be given of the -Mine. ,..-Ttf LAM BERT SI YDAM, President. Xj- t:< urrnl Coinnaitiee of Whig Youn; giesi.--An adjourned ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 September 1841

CONSOLATIONS OF POVERTY. From Trie World iu Londoa,' in BUckwood for -icpt. Ai.thoi.ch the influence of rank, po-ition. am fortune, may set in ri strone; current arainst ai humble son of merit or genius, yet if be possesi the qualities by which superior abilities aie bal lasted and made available for steering successful!] throujli the. rocky channels of Kfe, be rannot h< overwhelmed. In the country, a virulent lord, 01 spiteful covimoner, may pot ;i man out and put i man down ; in town, no one man can destroy an? other : the hh-ssin" here is. that, let power, influ? ence, or authority, be r>rtut as it may, the sphere where it is exercised is out of nil proportion greater: and in every case a man of merit wflj, sooner or later?we say sooner or later, for it is altogether a question of timi?he measured according to it deserts. London is remarkable f?r setting an ex? act value upon every- thing; and whether in a broker's shop or the "senat..?? hethur at an auc? tion or the bar?wh...

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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE , labli'hcd1 every morning. It No. 30 An dsttL NVw.Vork, and delivered to City Subtcribe ,.cy$r'. CENT per copy. Mail subscriber., f- p< u aaa> in advance, and the paper in :io case continue Vroad the time for winch it is paid. Sutiscrlption airn for Six Months. _ : ~rat mf\Uttrtiiint-For each MtvrtUement mf tv vi.:.'-s or less (ovei si\). first insertion.. AO ct> i i* for each subsequent insertion. '23 " ) fo- SIX" insertion*, or one week ...!? 1 AO f? for TWEXTY'FIVE inaertioni ? S OO Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates ivf. Advertisements when ordered to to be continue! /Xe inside after the first insertion will to subject ti 'i* aase charge as on their first appearance?pay aid ail cases in advance. Th ? t r i b LI N e, FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 1. 1841. gm t ICS a JOttBJSAt of Books and Opinion. No XI October. ltHl. BtnjaaiinG.Trevett 121 Fultoa-st. The best papers in the present number of Aic ojros. as 'n tbe most of those that have prece...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 October 1841

""the tribune^ U U>M.ni'-.V M'.'RMNfi, SEPTEMBER O I-'or I iirrnri Notirs-s mil n ( ?0111111 mrunoii 011 ihr Bepistr; Lnw ?ee riroi l*n?r. TT I'or an nsuaniog tnlr of Coquetry ?ei Fourth fr*?;;?-. The Appeal of thf Whig Mei ha.xk ? to tb< Whig Nominating Committee of the City ot New York, which we puhli-h in an.?tb*r column, rfcow meod?it?eJf to the wriou* rmsutemtina not only of those to whom it i- directly nddr<-?-*d. bat tn every vote. v.!.r, hu at heart the best interns of the Mechanic and laborer: It was unanimously adopted ?ri motion of Chaklks RlDpr.e, Esq., by whom it was rea.1. at a Inland rentable meet : ,r of the Whig Mechanic*, of this City, held last evening at Cofombian Hall, which wa? organized by tlie appointme-nl of Mr. Wai.ias) A. Co-cast President, Edward H. Dominir.k and James McDonald Vice President?, awl N. G. Bradford Secretary. It displays lucidly arid with fore* th* evils which now oppress the Mechanics of out State, titid wV:cb ran only be remedied...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 October 1841

Citri I-ntcUiccnrc. Reported to* T*c Tribune. Police Office ?Arrtii of a pickpoektt.?A nun earned Gsorga H. Denatsoo, was yesterday mreated lor pickii ( ?m p..cset of Thomas Heffermau, ? Jer-ry City Pilot, of bwjsocket wallet tod p.per<.14)15 in lulu, in i parter-bouse hi the cornel of Broadway ??d rearl Mfoel on Wednesd*) night, for which be was sent to prison. Waling a tratrh ? K.l/ateth .-rot? ?>' yesterday ar rr-i. .i for .t. aling a wan b, worlh front J"hn Cook, at ike eorner <>: CbriatopberandGreenwii a met t>,..n the iTTta ult. Tb? pledge ticket .or thr watch ??i found in ner possession, and ?b? was committed to prison. An oirnrr minted/or a lealrh ?Officer McGratfa ) i-.t.-r dav arrested or.e of the frail f- in.ler of the city, baring in her po??c-?ion a valuahle (gentleman's gold WatCU, gold Kuan! ch on aud key, worth together $150, supposed to be ktolea, and for which an owner ta wanted at t:.e Police Office by tt>e above namtd officer. Raming a Prisoner*...

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

, _ I'roni the .Metropolitan for Sept. THE C0?TK85 AM) HER FRIENDS. A talk o ? coqdxtri. RV U'AtNtt oumukt. Whkh I went abroad, the hope- of enjoyin: the society of an old college friend. Ned Hay leigh, with whom I had Ion? been on term* 0 the most confidential intercourse, induced me t< go forthwith to M?aa. Had I reflected on hi: confirmed ssscinl habit*, some hesitation migh have delayed this step: I should have remem beted that* wheresoever Ned Hayleigh was, tbert was no room for the indulgence of a moody hu? mor, since he was an infallible attrnrtor uf all the merrv spirits like hitnselfthat came within nil sphere, and one was certain to rind him the centre Of as riotous a group as ever gave food for the rsr> lice sheet of Bow-street office, or trouble to the punting prOCtOTS of our Alma Mater. As it proved, however' my eoeJdng him was the wisest course that could possibly have been adopted, for under the very womdrcumstancea high -pirits are more or less contagious, und ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 October 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE,! li riiMishr-.l every morninc. at No. 30 Ann Jfjet New-Vork, ami delivered to CItj Subscribers for ONE ( EXT per copy. Mail Subscribers, V'r . ?yjurn in advance, and the pa|><-r in no case continued teyood thetime for which it is paid. Subscriptions aim for Sin Months. _ jfrmt of Aittrtinnx-...t"or rr., h Mttrt?tmtntfJ TfVhtie?oi >?-'??? s -?\ . Sirs: insertion.. ,*J"cts lo for each sul equont insertion.. *?? jo for SIX insertions, or on.- week... .!? I .>? I jo' for TWENTY-FIVE insertions.... ?Ts OO [ Longer Advertisements at equally favored.- rates t so. Advertisements when ordered to to be continued taeInside after the firs: insertion will be subject to t, same charge as or. tb.-ir first appearance?payable [ - i*l cases in advance; T H E T R I B T X E , SATPRPAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1841. fft'RssBor Shasosi 1642,Edited by Mi?. S. C.Edcas roN. Bo-ton: N.Tompkins New.York: P. Price, 130 Fulton-st The 'Annual' mania is nearly extinct. Ten ?enTS ago i...

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

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK. SATURDAY, OCT. 2, l?4l. ; Kot- l^iterar) ."Volir*-?. an nrliclr on Ihe Iintil* rn |>i I.vtt, A ,-. ??-c I"ir?t P115?. r' I'o? n !'<h-i? hr i.on: fe I i ? . ? Fune rnl ai Tlailrid, .Yc. Ac. <.???- Fourth P*;?-. [T~r We publish trcday thn last of the nhle series of pppers in elucidation of Mr. Wibstkr's post lion, aad ia defence of his course with regard to the Cabinet difficulties. They have- attracted con? siderable attention, have beet, vvirlely copied, ar.d hava doiib?e*s carried with th-tn ereat weieht. as might he ertv-cted from tie high ahilitr of the au? thor, a?d the candid spirit in which they have been written. We shall commence, as noon n- we ran End reo?; the publication of a ?erie* of article- in reply, from an equity disnngttished and influential source. When this is concluded; w? shall have spread before but reader- the whole iubject in all ;ts ^spe'i- ' Tm Natiovai Ba--k Quktios.?-It is very commonly asaertcd that a National Bank is unp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 October 1841

. . -.._??-?-. irt^r~^su^-sia^m\rz^aa!r^ Official. TnCASOtv DtriUMrNT, S?pt. ?7, lotl, Proposals wj'l be received at ih.? Deparunaut,und? die provision of the An of Cone cs paa-sodJulj SI, ItMl rauUed'-Aa Act aulhorizin; a Losa nr* exeeediog thi sum of twelve million., of ib-llar.-." until Weiin-sday, lh< fUh day of October next, iaclusive, for a loan wf two mil lions of dollars, bearing interest at the rale of six pe centum, payable quarterly, sad Irredeemable before th. 3 i? cember, IfeM, being part ?f the l"?u of twelvt millions of dollar- authorised by the sanl Art. i ue prop .-ni. will state tho amount effered lobe loaned and the rate at which such loan wifl. be mad'- ; the rate however, must uoi be. Ies? than the par value ?.f the stin k I'pon tbe acceptance of the proposal by the Secretary o the Tr asury, the payment for me ? ock rauat be um le u -rpecie or the notes of specie-paying banks, convertibh , r , ? ;,: the ;.!.v .- of depo-lie tfl !>r tle;io?ltol to tin credi...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 October 1841

?--?--ssssssssasBt^^ hihi.si ma?*wmmmmmm ENDYMIOiV. TT HEVItY W. tO.\T,KELI.CiW. The riling rrtooo has hid the stars. Her lov< ly rays, like golden bar-. Lie uu th?; landscape? green. With shadows brown between. And -iiver white the river gleams, A* it' Diana, in her dreams, Had dropt her silver b?W I*j?#n the meadows lnw. On siirh a iranqnil nieiit as this, She woke Kndymion with a ki*-. When. sleeping in trie grove. He dreamed not of tier luve. Like Dian's ki.-s, unask'd, unsought. Love give* itself, but is r.ot bought : N?r voice, nor ?and betrays Its deep, irnpassion'd ea/e. It cotnes?the beautiful, the free. 'J i:e crown uf ail humanity-? In silence and .-done To seek t!te elected one. It lifts the boiighs, whose shadow's deep, Are Life's oblivion, the soul's sleep. And kisses the clos'd '-yes Of him. who, slumbering, lies. O. weary heart-! oh. slumbering even ! O, df.m ping souls, whose destinies Are fraught with fear and pain, Ve shall be loved again ! N'* one i- so accurs...

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