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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 October 1842

rj Crew? Celebration?.?The Invited Guests Oj CmXxaa Council will meet at the City Hall, on the 14th 2 ,t JA. M., precisely. The Cnmrak.ee will lie in at ?-?oce to receive tl?em. CLARKSOX CROI.irS, Jr., KDWARD D. WEST, WILLIAM DODGE, Committee on Reception. Etynln:: pipei"' pleas?? ?trp-._ 0I3 ?J-Celcnrntion of the Introdiirtien of the rraje*1 W?ler.? At ? meeting of the Joint Committee ?j Ute Common Council, appointed to make arrangements ^?,fej?hr?iing with all imitable magnificence the introduc yjoof ibe Crot?n Watet In the City of New.York, hHd Septif-dier 21st, IMS?the following Reaolulionswere unaisi Bio?.?ly adoptad fagoted. That our fellow-cki-ens be ?nd nr>- hereby re i?ec?liihy invited to unite with rh<- Corporation in cejehrn ^arlthall prop?T deuif?n?'.raii.in? of joy the arcuipiish ^ of this important work, on Friday, the 14th day of itcu-oe* nexv. gtulvrd. Thai Ihe Mi.ttarv, the Fire Department, the lesuprt'U"''' Societies, Odd Fellows, Free Ma?r>n?, and nil ^f ...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 October 1842

THE TRIB?NE. "~~Ameriq-N Pins.?Among the novel product: American ?kill and industry exhibited at the F are American Pins, made by the Howe Manuf turino- C-onspany, Birmingham, Conn., and sold Burnhain& Baldwin, 189 Pearl-street. They of all the usual sizes, but dilW from the impon pin mainly in this, that they ar. so/id-headed?tl is, the p>? and head are one and indivisible. 1 pins are twice the stiffness of the English, and i point of exceeding fineness, owing to irnpro m?nts in the method of manufacturing. They ? of admirable qualify and finish, and are afford cheaper than pins have ever been before?[thr hundred for five cents.'] The establishment nt turns out over on* million pins per day, and prepared to supply promptly the whole Unir 03" The dutv on this article was raised from "20 30 per cent, by the New Tariff, and made -specif and the Company have since reduced the price Pins in the market five cents per pack. So mu for Protection to Home industry. Storm at the South....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 October 1842

TijK >. MW-YORK TKIBUNL Ispublishrd every morning at No. 1 6 T N a s ? jao-strre?, (opposite the City Halld New-Vork.and deliv er<tl io Cny >nh?cribers for NINE CENTS per week.? Mii'iecopie* Two Cents. Nail Sohv*.r.ber*, $-1 00 per annum, in adv.me, ami ihe paper m no case continued (??voimI the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta? ken for S.x Months. Terms ??? Atv?-rnsing....For eat.U AdveTUKsucntof r??. lines or Jes? (oversix) fir-u insertion. 50 Ce/ils. ?j,?. ?ir ea ti r.ubsoquent inscrlioji. 25 ?' a , -.- SIX :v;.;iiiO!-s.i?roiie tveek.$1 ^ " do. i rTWKNTy-FiVF. i".?--riio-?s. ? 0? " I *??.?? Ad v.- loj'iieiiu al equally favore-lc rates. Harrjages, Ut-iqiouf a.">d Funeral No?ces, not exceedlnf g?,- nw-. 25 ceav?. ?T Th.: WKEKLY TRIBDNE.a very Ivrrge paper, fo: Ike (Jonntry,*is (iubhshe? every Sa'.urday aiorniug, at the ?>?. one** "' ?2 per auuuru, in advance. ?? ?-?- ? ' . THE TRIBUNE. ?u.crarn notices. H in. 01 CnsRUBsVUL, Kmg of France, by Coont Philippe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 October 1842

THE TRI B? JNE. ^f?^DAY 2\T?KS?SG, OCTOBER 14. ^WHIGr STATE NGMiNAjTI ON 8. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY (LAY, OF EEKTPC-y. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRAD?SH, or ra/..i*?*-i.v co. y OR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL F?KSIAN, ' Of Kivr.i. VistrioL FOR SES. TOHS, ? ... tJ?-t?M->' ?IMfcTlUiVOI-AW, Foltor. Co. IV LAMA BASCAXL.. FranklinCo. [IVo Year V..Cll?:*jTf*:K Bi:t:iv ?.f Lew.? County. V?..T-iO.fiA**? A. J0HIV?01_ ot Steul.cn. VIL.II'II.I.IA.TI K. STKONC Seneca Co. V1II..I1AKV?Y Pl'TNAIl, Wyoming Countj Election Tuesday, Nov. 8?forte ?ia-y on*-*/*, O* The Office o? The Triboae U removed to thi new and ?paci?os buildircs, No. 160 NASSA? STREET, ui front of ?he P**r_. and nearly opporit the City Hall. \ry The Whig Al>:..?*..<j ?uto Ukited States Rs-gp T?it may be obtained in all the princip I ?Liii**-? from tl agents of the Tflbon? and from the BookscUers. Price .,* pet dozen $7 per hoiMrrrl, or forr?ngle copies 12A c.viit?. iry An Agent for this paper .? wanted at Schenectad*, Oae who is acqu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 October 1842

IT Crottou Celebration.?The Invited Guest? < lb? CfWinton Council will meet at the City Hall, on theHt jaJt >lti g a. M., precisely. The Committee will be in at lt.Q'2at.ce to receive ibcm. ? CLARKSON CROLIUS, Jr., EDWARD D. WEST, WltLlAM D?DGB, Ccmmiitev on Reception. Eruling paper? pit**- copy. 0I3 C Crofon "?Valor <J't'??brntton.- ''rand Jub pc Concert On Friday-^Evening, October.'H,a Concei Kill come off in the Baptist Tabernacle. Mulberry-stree ,^,r ( ii i.Imiii. tor ii e f.f nefit ??!" the Washington Tempe 3i:re Benevolent Socieiy?the Old Parent. Wasbmgtoniai ?ni pleas? r.-rol!e(i, that ibis S -ciety has a claim upr. th?ir munificence.which should not be overlooked, an v?/|iirr* h ?nade at this time in the tul1 as-tirance that it wi not tv. Mr- Mitchell, the projector of the Washingionia Pledge; .Vr. A dersou,lhe :ir?t signer, and several of the; associ?tes from Baltimore will be present. FT Tickets I.J cent?, to be had at the door or ?I pithf of lilt*-Commut?e. LEWIS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 October 1842

AUT?MN. BV JAMr.S Al.DkfCH. The ?umm.-r*? task is done: O'er ripen'd fruit drop,, from the bending bough, In ted and golden hues, tlie forests now, Are giilfrtng in the ran. Gone every summer bird, Yet. through the short'nnig days warm noontide hour?, Where bloom, in sunny nf>?ks,*pal** autumn flswers, The bee's low voice is heard. Down-sloping tat?xnmn fall Athwart the mea-owt, yet with verdure jrreen, Where one, of still sweet countenance is ?een, With faded coronal. Lo! where she cometb cow, Calm Autumn! with a wreath around her thrown. Of wbeaien ears, and w-.id flowers ove:blown, Twined with the cypress bough. Some t?_rs into her eyes Up from her gentle heart Uieir way will force, As ?be o'er?preads with lesv?? her sister'? c-'i*s?, That all unburied lie*. Not with n ?ad.'eneflrr.ien. But contemplative, calm e_pre-?:ni' ?till Sweet reniiiiiilion to ? W;-;li?-r will. In joy a-4 hope serene, Like one, who trustingly Borne on the sounding wavwoi H'n<" a'"1 chant;.', ?see*., ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 October 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE . -nblifhed every morning at No. 160Nai ~?-urt-t-t. loprj"???? t**-? City Halt.) N>sv-Vork. and deli _?dt? CUY ?*-otrscribersfor NINE CENTS per week. ^Jecopiw Two Cexts. Mail Subscribers, $4 00 per _? ?UB in a_*-anc<*i and the paper in rto case con?nued iyjod the time for which h is paid. Sahscriplions ta? jen for Six Montii*. Tenns af Adv? rising... ? For each Adve-r?aement of rgN to?or lesa (over-ht) first insertion. ?*50 Cents. ?_ tor ea b sub^que-l insertion. 25 " a_ for SIX inf^niOBs, or one week.$160 " ?? ttirTWE.NTY-KIVEiiviertions. 6 00 " _<-?r?r Advertismenu at equally favorable ratet. M?rriag?*? R^ig??? aad Funeral Notices, not ex?edin_ gtr.riom.X>ceMs. XT Tb? WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, tor ??e Country, is p bhshed every Saturday monang, at the ?w pnce of $2 pec anaum, m advance. ^ THE TRIBUNE?" THE CROT?N JUBILEE. The c?l?bration of thin day will long be remem? bered as second in importance, and in the splendor 8*rd rejoicing by w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 October 1842

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15. WHIG- STATE WOMINAjTIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF KgrrTOCKT. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, or nuNKXiM co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN. or kin-?. 2>t.tVt-?*. FOR SENATORS, _ , _ !V t JOHN FI-OTUIN<;iiATI, Fulton Co. IV ? AtS.% UAMCALL, rratikunCo..i'l?'ole?is.J V..t:lIK vi'EK BUCK jXj&^FSSZt&n VI1..\VII..?8A."_ *-. ?TKO.-V?. Seneca Co. VlfI..MA-_V_.V Pi'TNAJI, Wy-mmg County. Election Tuesday, Nov.&-^(on? day only.) VT The Office of The Tribune is removed to the ne** and spacious buildings, Wo. J60 NASSAU STREET, in front of the Park, and nearly opposite the Ciry Hail. _ _ O* The Whig Almanac and United States Regis? ter may be obtained in all the princip 1 Cities from the aif'eno of the Tribun, and from the Booksellers. Price $1 per doren, $7 per hundred, or for single copies 12_ cena fry? For a full account of the Great Cel? ebration yesterday, see Firat Page. Remark* of Gor. Sevrnrd. A slight repast was prov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 October 1842

nON'TFAILTOBUY I **___ Wew-World ef Thi? ?ay if you wish an ?Jctoal r-p_it ?uch at is seldom ofTered for <H cenU! It itU^Z _ most thrilling story by Edmund Flagg, entitled ?-?"?JON p_ LORME, a noted damiel of the Court of *-^ J.jj (joriag tbe time of Cardinal Richelieu. Also, ^mtneoce-ientof tbe DIARY OF A POLISH LADY, of the beauties of the gallant Court of Augustus II., ?***of Poland, being a true history of real life, translated <>!_) the original MSS. Tbe incidents detailed in it are II known in Poland and Saxony at the pr?sent day.? Sditkmal chapters rjf the MISER'S DAUGHTER, and 1 gtTf_o? by the late Dr. Charming?with an immense vari j a 0f tborter and Interesting articiei. Price 6$ cents?$3 a I rtir. Strangers from all parts of ihe Union now in this I ?j_ tn iniited to call at No. 50 Ann-street, where are for -j- all the Novels ami latest works of the most popular * inlbors, at 12J to 25 cents each. Copiesof the second edition at LiEstf.'? ANtMiL Chbmkstry in octavo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 15 October 1842

THE TRIBUNE. American Hemp?James D. Breckeoridge, whose farm ia in this iwigbborltot**-, baa left with us sume spe-ctrnensof his water-rotted hvmj>, which we invite the public tocall and examine. Hi.? whole crop of this sear wa? water-rotted, and wili turn ?out over twenty t?>ns of clean hemp, ?tuperior to any Rus?.?Kn hemp ever iin;>?irt?-ii into tins country.? Mr. B. wns among the fir-t t?i adopt the water rotting pH/m'??, ami h** certainly deserve, high consitienition f?>r his enterprise and sucee.?*.?*. He thinks that he can {M-rfmm th? process neatyeax with 50 per cent. ie?s laL'-r liian it le.juned thi \<"*ir. ami be promfe?. to iriv?- u? an HC?**ount ofh\* ?x?rerien?*.' ami of hi- contain plated* iinprovemcm in the process*. Ur andenstand rhat Mr. Buford of thia State, has recentl-y sold hi- water-rotted hemp hi Charleatowr?, Maasacbuseti*, I*.? $14 !'"' cwt. Those who have water-rotted hemp must take care ??fet?jeil it hi the ?iri?>- given i?y the ba?gin^ m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 October 1842

BEB? THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE , --blisbed every morning at No. ICONas ______ (opposite the City Hall,) New-York, and deliv Ired to City subwritters for NINE CENTS per week. Sn_|et*opiesTwoCE*?*Ts. Mail Subscribers, $4 00 per i?nurn. *a advance, and the paper in no case continued heyond tbe time for which il u paid. Subscriptions la Urn for Six Months. Terms ?f Advertising....For each AdverUsemenlof fKN lines or iess (over six) firsi insertion..... 60 Cents. ,1a. torea h subsetiueal ln*?ertion. 25 " ,ia. for SIX iiuieniourt, or one week.$150 " ?o. ?r'jf\VK?NTY-FIVEii^serfiora. 6 00 " Loncer Advenisroeau at equally favorable rates. Marrtgci?, ?teJigious aad F*uneral Notice*, not exceedln. lTeeaf**t.?tAce?t_ jy Th? WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for .?,. Couutry, Li published every Saturday ?aorning, at the ?. price of $2 per anaura, in advance. THE TRIBUNE." BetuarkM of (.en. Jame- Tullmadge, On taking the Chair of the Home League, after his Reflection as President. Friday Evesing, O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 October 1842

THE TRIBUNE._ MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1842. WHIG- STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or KK1STOCKT. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, or rt?jkNEi.i?* co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, OP KI*?-?. Di'tritt. FOR SENATORS, Il.EGBEBT JANSO^i, of Ulster. 11I..AL1EX. C t.IKsO.V, of SchenecUdy. ,..,J(IHi> ?VKO l'Ultf?HA.W,,?n,w" Co. IV I A ? % HANCALL. ?* Taiikiii. Co. ? two . ears J V.iRR--'I'EB Bit? of *>?**'? rc"unl.y*n VX.T-tO.nAff A. JOMWffO^.o/Stenben. VII..WI_r_?I._.lI K. HTBOiYG.v?e?Co Vlll.._AKvV;YPiri?A^, -?vy-tniog County. Election Tuesday, Nov. &-4*me day only.) FT Crni-r.?! Comoii?? o<* Democratic Trbi?Yoai?sr flf?ss?*?*n V-i?n?** ?neettng ol this Con.mTttee will be held n the Broadway Hoc?e THI EVENING, ?7H) Oct., 1842, at 7* o'clock. By order, AD0I90N DOUGHERTY, Chairman. S. D. J*CKS01?, ? 9rcre,arier,. '* ' C. K. Tavlor.) 017 It ? FT Central Clay Committee.?At a rneeting of the Central Clay Committee, beld at National Hello? Wed? nesday evening,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 October 1842

M?NEY_MARKET. ?olea at the Stock Exchange, Oct. 15. 2v Y 54?. I?!.? ?2?il50H*-lem.90d IS* oO do._.lt>i I no do. 161 150 do.__30d 16 150 do.nwk l&i 200 ?lo.b?C0d 16i *"\__ij*_*kv Six?-*,. ?*"_ ^?atUDB?uk.....6. i?c^t i.iiw'?".".'.".'.'loii .... 82 ?ECOKO HOARD ?2Srr S. lY.caR.W? ?loo? *-laniKCo ????? ?L5iLi__.Leni.16i Commercial and ittouey 11 am?. Saturday P. M. i ?rbc sales al the Brokers' Board were small to-?h_y, and ^jrtisted mainly of Harlem which closed at 16^. Long ! jdand ?old at 43f, a slight advance. i xbe ta?**of State **?c1--* wcr** on*y *? t?5* -?*-*1-* of .7000. ! fgntocky Six?declined _ percent; Slate Sevens were in ?wand at -i prem. For?igr. .Exchanges continue very dull. We qaote Ster? ling 7a 7J. Francs 5 35 a 5 37j. [n Domestic bills ihcre is a lair busbies, doing. Alabama cnxiro^eii but at the close of host ne us wa?. heavier Sales ?obile *ere made early as low as 11 jjtr cent, but it was jj-a.ti.an! oflerc?! at 12J a IS. Central has depreciated to jiincon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 October 1842

Hymn for Chaanijsg's Fanerai. BV WM. C. BRYANT. While yet the harvest fields arc white, And few the toiling reapers eland, Called from his task before the night, We mis? the mightiest of the band. Oh thou of strong yet gentle mind ! Thy thrilling voice shall plead bo more For truth, for freedom, and mankind; The lesson of thy life is o'er. But thou, in brightness far above The fairest dream of human thought, Before the Seat of Power and Love, Art with tbe Truth that thou has sought. From ' Tbe lndi?sator.' ?Ca?aseis to the Yosag. BY HOKACK UKESLBT. Three millions of Youth, between the ages of six and of tweatv-one, are now rapidly coming tor waid, to take tank as the future husbands and la? thers, legislators and divines, tnBtructors and gov? ernors, politician* and voters, capitalists and la? borers, artisans and cultivators, o? this vast coun? try, whose destinies are even yet so faintly ima? gined, mach less developed. Not one is su hum? ble that he will not certainly exert an in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 October 1842

9_miammgnmgmgMnVk^mnnwmummammwmgmKm THE NEW-YORK TRIB?NE ijpublisbed every morning at No. 160Nas ?u-streel, (opposite tbe City Hall,) New-York, and deliv? ered to City Subscribers for NINE CENTS per week.? Single copies Two Cents. Mail Sobseritjers, $4 00 per annum, io a_?-ace, and the paper in no case continued beyond the lime for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta jten for Six Months. Terms ?f Adyerfising... .For each Advert!s_nt?r.l of TUS hoes or less (ove* nx) ?rst insertion.,.., ?0 Cer.u. to. torea h rmbse-auent insertion.... 25 ? ob. for SIX insertions, e/r one week...8150 *? 40. for TWENTY-_TV_ insert?one. 6 00 ? Longer Advertismcnu at equally favorable ratea. Marri-gT??, Religion? aad Funeral Notices, not ex(**e*_n_ *ve?n?i.25ce*n_ Cr Tha WEAKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, flw the Country, is pablislied every Saturday rnorning, at tbe ?y pnce ot %l per annum, in advance. "THE TRIBUNE- _ Natural History^ of New-Yuri.? N.Ti'BA-UisToaY orNr.w-YoRic Parti. Zoology. By Jajtbs E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 October 1842

T H E TR 1 BUN E. _t_."""""" "?""???--;-:-;-? TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER IS, 1842. WHIG 6TATE XOMINA^TIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Of _ENTUCi?V. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH. OF F?*.N*-_I*. CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN. OF KING*?. Dutriet FOR SENATORS, I..ISAAC OAKXEY.of Richmond. II..EUBEBT JASKOJfi ft^?SS^i?Av IV < JOHN FBOTIUt-JC^M??--! iV? ??,?<\ I__ii_f___'_i'.*-^ranWto?p. Irwo iears.i, u * *_?_r__?__?_^R-7___ of Lew s County. ^ . .fLI_-v**?'A _M_ -?*'_',*_?____ of Stenhen vi*u _?__?!\_ k. ?rttoiSG.s?--.??Co. E._.t?t>n r?e-_cy, -Mw? 8-^g day only.) CT The Office of The Tribune is removed to the new and spacious btuldings, Ko. 160 NASSAU STREET, ixi front of the Park, and nearly opposite the City Hall. _ FT A few copies of the Dailv and six copies of the WkKKLV Tribune for the ??t??re year, neatly bound and for sale At this of?ze. Price of th- Weekly $S, of the Daily $5. Also, complete copies of the Log Cabin neatly bound. Price 4)2 Odd vola-r.es of the New...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 October 1842

Halen at t?s? ?tock E-chaage, Oct. 1.. IDCO N. f.li ?-*?.l?0?,tip Long Island. 491 ??rjS?N.Y.?3s,la?t.801)150^ do.. 4.1 ?j?0 Indian- Bonds.....21* 75 Stotiington R....b60d H *i ?M do......bl0d21l! 25 do.b-Od 14S Ermll?no-^JeTO.-Od J8?J100 do. HJ .^mica fe^ch**-...115 ? ?ECOKD BO.lRD. ftowles._ ?r-t-'.mcrci1?.? and money Irlatler?. Jkj?KDAY P. M. Th?*'sales were ?sain very ?mill. Long island fell ofl' }. For Harlem 16} uflered. 16} _skc,d ; Delaware 82} offered, 83n?Jsed; Mohawk 33ofTt*re.f, 3-i ask*?d. ? Id State stocks the transaction? were not large but at full r?i_. Stan* Severas wer? wanted at 1 premium. The City lE>ck books ?re clc-crt and there i- lit-?- doing in ttiai de ?criptica Notbin* Coir?, in Foreign Exchange, and no change.? ?sterling 7 a 7j?Franc? "..35 a 5.3? J. Fuuds are a ?ittie heavier to day. Alabama is petting -or-.-. It was .lifikolt to make safes late in the day al 15 discount. All \v*-re btrllers and no buyers- It will be seen by acon:mu?icatioB on the out...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 October 1842

For The Tribu STANZAS. BV MRS. E. J. CAMES. / "I leel the weight of clay again." Wake?, 0 waken from thy world of dreams, And call Ihy visions back, my wandering heart ! No more he led by F?_cy"? picture-gleams, Nor linger in the fairy-world of Art. Thy thoughts have been too much with the Ideal Now turn thee to the Real : No longer in the radiant atmosphere Of Poesy, try thy faint, uprising wing; It cannot soar when all is dark and drear, Arounuthe throne 10 which il erst did cling. In ?Uence fold thy weak, and wounded pinion.? It halb no more dominion. Often, and proudly have thy pulses thrill'd, When brightly tbroRginj. images of thought Thy busy brain e-rok'd.?O now be still'd Tho*e eager whisper?, which can bring th.e nou Save the sad knowledge thai all ? but seemiMg? Then waken from tliy dreamin??: L-fe halb too actual grown, yelthoti, my heart, Would still its dark realities enchant. Even though thoa seest tby loveliest dreams depart From the rick path they ?*? ill no longer ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 October 1842

TH_ NEW-YORK TRIB?NE ,.?nbii?hed every morning at No. 160Nas? ' ?lireet. (opposiie the City Hall,? New-York, und deliv ^edeot ?y :**ubscril-er* for NINE CENTS per week. . s_rlecopie? Two Ck?ts. Mail Subscribers, ?-Souper Infini, m advance, and the paper in no ca?e continued ^ond the lliruc for wbich it is paid. Subscriptions ta? ken tor Six Mouths. Ter_? ?f Atlvcrtteing.... For e__ AdvertUe__nt ot f;*\ unes or less (over six) rir?t insertion. fiO Cents. _.' ioreah rabset-jueat int_tk?. 25 M TV for SIX iRsertio-Sj or one week.$160 " _. lor TWENTY-FIVE insertion!;. 5 00 " _t>ojrer Advenismen?- at equally favorable rales. Marriages, Rtdigioiu and Funeral Notices, not exceeding l?e _M_ 2** ce-ts. XT Tb? WK-KLY TRIBUNE, a very largeJ?per, tor ,K G-rruutry, is published every Saturday Duorning, al the o* pnce of IS per annum, in advance. ^JthFt R 1B U?E."^ 3-?terarg yptices. Tk? London U.arte-ly Review. Sept 1-42. New York; Joseph Mason. The lover of Greek literature will find in this ...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 October 1842

THE TRIBUNE^ "WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19* WHIG STATE DOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, or %txjrrvcar. FOR QOVF.R?OR, HITHER BRADISH, ?r raANittiN co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR. GABRIEL FURMAN. or KIM--. I_?___l_-_rf rOR fS?f?lTO?ta ty\%MA HANlALIi. Krankl.nCo,i ?*?" * ?-o? 1 v'rll. vri'K ?ITK ,?f Lewi.Counn. VI. THOn AHArjOHlf ?Onr, Of Hteuben. VI WIM.IA?I K. ?TBO.\C?. Sen?-? Co. VIH..HABVel' PIT?A.B, Wyoming (.ounty. Election Tuesdaxj, X&v. ?S??/o??? -7tfy on/y.; (CTDenocrnlae WJt?g ?Kenrrnl ? o?a m i II???'. ?A ipeca! meeting of tin? uomMiittw will I??* b?tl>i at tie S-oadwav House, on Thursday Kveoine. Orlob??r 20, at 7 o'clock 7 ELLIS POTTER. Chairman. - ?i - _y Th? Office of The Tribune le removed to the n?r? and spacious buildings, No. l60 NASSAU STREET, In front of the Park, and nearly opposite the 01 ty Hall ET A few copie?? of the Dam. y and .it copies of the WnKJ.Y Tribune for Ihe futir* year, neatly bound and for sale at ibis office. Price ef the Weekly $3, of t...

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