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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 October 1842

MONEYJV?ARKET. ?Hales at ?.-<? ?Stock Exchange, Oct. 1? U.{eO City 7s. '52. .np'g 101J 20 Greenwi<_h Fire Ins. SjM N. V. Ci, 1SG2.IO? 10 Canton Co. ?SS Ohio Sixes, I860... 71 110 do. i/r-jfl Illinois us, 1*70.... 18?j 20 Utka ?k Sehen.1 i? Manhattan Bank.61 30 Syr. ___ Ut?ca R.1 9 Del _. Hud.82* 50 Kentucky Bank. sRkof Com.scrip. 91j 50 Long hi.iCOd ug ?it?. 91*100 do. , joAoier Ex Bk.CO f 25 Harlem. SECOND BOA&D. )0)Lou?. I**-*1-*1.b.4.?J|100 do.Uld IS Hartera. 16 I i,_r"ii',.'-r?*nl aud irlouey Matter?. TOESDAV P. ll Asmallbu?iiiess at the Brokers'Board and generally jyary rates. Long Islad.l and Harlem declined i per ce Syracuse and U?i:a ?_. For Mohawk U3? oiTeted aud : ?iked Ja Stau? *?COC_3 the transactions were light. Sixes of t Sate were in demand at ai?J. City Sevens sold at 10!_? ?ibc opening, foreign Exchang? are radier quiet. A few tales of ?t licpbave been mad;* but Francs ?re very doll. We qu< S'/riing 6i a 7$,which is lower?Francs 5.87' a 5.35. Alabama tv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 October 1842

For The Tribune. TO A KOSJ5 BLKACHED BY THE 8UN. From tbe German. Tins Day-God gave thy cheek ilsbjooru ; pale, pale Ilowr? ?u: too warmly ?lid his lip at noon,on thine repose : O like, woM tike to us art thou, pale, pale Rote, When lt?v Spirit, thai rnalcelh man's eye to glow, draws to Over tt.e Human and Pf-mbing Flower [its do?*. Death bath thesauie almighty power. r- ?. "-? WHO ARE ENEMIES OP PROTECTION ? Correspondence between fke Whig Congres? sional Convention, for the IClh District, and A. L. LlNfT. Balls-ton Spa, Oct. 1,18*2 H >. A. I. Linn : The Whig Congressional Convention for tbe XViili District, held this day at Galway Corners, unanimously nominated you as Ihe Candidate to rep esent said District in the twenty-eighth Congre?; awl a resolu? tion was passed directing the Chairman of the Conven tica in inform von of your nomination, and request your ac? ceptance ?? the same. Xour obedient servan*, ._ LEBB?.US BOOTH, Chairman. SCHKNECaAOY, OcX. 4, 1842. Dear Sin: I have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 October 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ".?published every morning at No. 160Nas ?..?street, (opposite the City Hall,) New-York, and deliv? ered to City ?obscrUters for NINE CENTS per week-? Single copies Two Cents. Mail Subscribers, $4 00 per annum, in advance, and Ute paper in no case continued beyond ihe time lor which it is paid. Subscriptions ta? ken for Six Months. Tern? ?f A overusing.... For each Ad vertlaeroent of 1 AN ht?s of leas (over *ix) first losertion. 60 Gems. d.i. torra h ?ubseque-l insertion. 25 " do. lor SIX ih?*t?o:is, or one week.$1 56 u do. wrTWENTY-FIV-ii-amion.. 5 00 " Longer Advert??tents at equally favorable rates. Marriage-?-, Religions a?d Funeral Notices, not exceeding fretin?s.25 cents. 8T Th? WEEKLY TRIBUNA, a very large pap?-, tor the Country, is publnhed every Saturday ?orntng, at the ow pnce of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. From our Second Edition of Yesterday. LATEST FROM EUROPE. By the Columbia, Capt. T. P. Nowbery, from Albany, which arrived with Harnden'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 October 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20. - h ?' ?T ~ WHIG- STATB NOMIKATIOKS, FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OP KENTUCKY. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER B RADISH, or r*U?*K_IN CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN. or Kiwgs. District FOR SENATORS, I. ISRAK I. OAKLS V, of Richmond. J.-.-.IO _?__!-??ta JA-MMK.-V. ?f,LJ?h.f* 1ari? 1I1.-A__I_X. C oIBsO.Vof?^?' lV I Af*? BIA-?-TA^ I*. <? TH.ikiin C??. { I wo \ ears.] V VHRvrPKBlCK of Lewis- County. VI TWO Ai A J> <>HJ-WOW, of Sieuben. Vlll..llJt__V_iV F?TWAlBl, Wyoming County. Election Tuesday, Nov. &?(onc day only.) __rOemoc?*rntic Whiff General Committee. ?A ipecal meednii of this ?.ompnttee will !>e l.?*l?l at ih?? Broadway Home, on Thursday Evening-. 0.?.ii>b.r 20. at 7 o'clcx-t- ELUS POTTER, Chairman. , wv*\ a-_ o!9 2t _y The Office of The Tribune is removed to the now and spacious buildings, No. 160 NASSAU STREET, In front of the Park, and nearly opposite tha City Sail. ?_? ?ET A few copies of the Daily and ??x ?copies ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 October 1842

MONEYJIARKET. %st)e* nt the Stock Exchange, Oct. 19. ?l?. K'ky Six?,.75j1200 Harlem. 15j SSJO Ohio Sixes, 1860... 71 SO Pater_wn R.*S0d ?18 ?BOO Indiana Bonds.... 21.1 30 Stoning ton R. 15 V>?IS_TIad.-??SOd R2 25 do.s30d 14j fcBk ofCom.fell 83$ 25 Mohawk.33 5 0k of Com.scrip. 91 SECOND BOARD. 10 Long H.Sl0d4.'' ?10O da.s 3d 49 ?0 do. 49 ?150 do.b3d 49J CTonirocreial and Stoney it! nuera. Wednesday, P. M. Tbe sales were again light. Prices rather lower, Har? fen and Bank of Commerce declined }, Stonington im jroved i? The sales Slate .stocks were small. Kentucky Sixes de* ?foe?! i per cent. So change i? Foreign or Inland bills. Some spe-ie is arriving foword New-Orleans and ?scm? Spanish Dollars are gt.icg to Boston for the East Indirs,? jfexicans i a i prem; Spanish 3? a 6 prem. The Fulton Bank has declared a dividend of 4 per cool. Mr. Robinson, ihe Loan Agent, came, home in the Britan? nia. He say? that nobody would even u_lk about die loan. Pr.vate letters state that all money...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 October 1842

For Tbe Tribuns*. LINES On the Death of a Young Boy Deprived of Reason. f ? MRS. B. J. r.lMt.i. I. Yol-so sufferer, thou art freed From the dim chain, tba*. ? . * ? ? t *-i ? ? * > und thee, Dark was thy lot indeed? But now the Light ?f tlie Eternal W?rld is round thee! Sorrow, and pain, and ?in, Can never enter in That peaceful realm, whose Olive Branch hath crown'd thee. II. Never, never again, Shall fearful ?.badows, pall-like, darken o'er thee, Clouding thy heart and brain. No strange, bewildering lancles flit before thee In that fair land above, Where all is lighi and love?? Who then, to Human Life would back restore thee. III. None?none !?we feel that thou Artbappiier, oh, bow happer far in Heaven, Than we who ling'ring bow. And strive in our frail barks. By tempest driven. Bui may tbe immortal trust, In which they laid thy dust O may this hope to us. U> all on Earth be given ! Sept. 1842. iwm_ Salt nt the Fair. To the Editors of the Tribune : In vour notice in Wednesday...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 October 1842

fc ? - __?_m?> Two Cents. Mail Subscribers, $4 00 per I ?-?*_ .?advance, and the paper in no case continued I *rn>f?d' tlie time for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta? il *Vi<\r Six Months. ? "-__ .f Ad veru-fing.... For each Ad?ert???-Cnl of Wfiwb Wb_equeat insertion. 2* " >1 _.*IIX insertiom.erone week.$160 ?' ^TV?'KNTY-F1VE insertions. 6 00 ?? ?** ? *J ?^rertismenU at eoaally favorable rales. I ^Spget, Relirions and Funeral Notices, nol exceedin** trrla* WKK'-LY TK1BUNF?, a very l_gc paper, for f?agttj,,s published every Satard?iy morning, at the I '\ -ric" of .2 Per annum, tn advaaee. 1 t i THE TRIBUNE. -Litetary? Notices. tes? Emi!.v Plater; By J-K. Salo tv.Lift*cf the Countes? Emii.v Plater; B-J-,K _ "rjooik'. a Polish Exile, (-jecond Edition.) Jonathan t'.-vitt, 191 Bro-tciwaj-. ' j The history of the misfortune* of Poland is con ! |(3-dv irradiated by traits of the noblest, most iirtCg heroism. One of which is hero narrated.? :?v Plater, a voung woman, high born...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 October 1842

THE TRIB?NE. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21. "WHIG- STATE -OMISATIOHS, FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or UrKTCCKY. POR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH. i* FRANK-IN CO FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAiN, Of K1NCS. District FOR SENATORS, 1..ISRAEL OAKLEY, of Richaion_ II..JOSEPH JAN ?JEN, of Ulmer. HI..ALEX. ?. 1.IBKO-V, of ?tcJ,*'ri:;c1lfdyU_ 1V < JUlin FRO rMlNO?A-Tl, pulton Co. 1V (AW.- BIAi-iC'AI, I,. Fra.-ikhnCo.fi wo Vears.] V.._HEV_E_. BITK of Lj*wu County. VI..THO.UA*? A. JOHN-WON, O? sieuben. Vil.. WILLIAM K. #TBpNG. Se?era Co. VI1I..I1A-_V_?*_ Pt'T?VA.TI, Wyoming County. Election 'Tuesday, Xov. 8?(one day only.) t2T The Office of The Tribune is removed to the new and ?paci?os buildings, Ko. 160 NASSAU STREET, in front of the Park, and nearly opposite ihe City Hall. _ FT A few copies of the Daily and six copie? of die Weekly Tribune for the entire year, neatly bound and for sale at this office. Price of the Weekly $3, of the Daily $5. Also, complete copies of the Log Cabin neatly bound...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 October 1842

MOiNEYjViARKET. Salea at the Stock Exchange, Oct. -Ml i'Sr-O Ohio Sixes, IS&)... 71 | 50 Fanner?' Loan. ??(1rt, rfo.b60d 71 30 do. _'t*-0 Iilinoi? bs, 1871'-1-*. 25 atoning ton K. tl'oOO do do.18J -0 do.bSUd ?i_ou Indiana Bond?? 21*1 20Syr.it Uiica R.1 '?s Del ".Hud.?lOd i_ .'120 Long lilanii It Co.... ?J ?j,.8211 50 do.*_0d Vj Merchants' Bank.... 87 ; 35 Harlem.b-Dd 5Bk of Com.full 8SJ?125 do. Hi .Mechanics Bank.59 I 50 do.s30d SECOND BOAK.O. SOOL'.n;, Island.b3 49. |?1,000 Illinois B'ds.. 50 do.?-? gij_ ?os-utacrciai and ? _c_er ITlatters. Thursday P. M Tbc sales were to moderate extent, with the tuual flue ation-i. .Mechanics'Bank sold at a decline. Delawares Hudson do i per cent, Bank of Commerce i, Long I*la ?mi Harlem each improved .. In State stocks there was - materia.1 change and the ?a were small. Foreign Exchange heavy and Supply ample. Sterling . 7J,_Frauc * 5.37J a 5.35. Nothing mater?? in Inland bills. Mobile 15, New-Orlet 1 j a 20, Central 20. Treasury N'oies rath...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 October 1842

^E*gg__S-E_BgHB____B___SSffB?I From the Boston Miserl'anj THE TWO. BY JAMES K-- LOWELL. Soos each the other knew. But love grew up more slowly; Firmly and fair it grew, Watered with Heaven's dew, That plant so pure and holy. Thereon bur.t forth a flower, To fuller beauty moulded By sunshine, shade and shower, In which all seeds of power And mystery were folded. They saw the flower rare. And loved it for its beauty : They watched it with sweet care Till, ere they were aware, It grew to be a duty. Then started they in fear And gazed upon each other; Then said, ** Why lo?e our cheer ? We o.'ily will bo dear A? sister avd hei brother." So dwelt they late and soon In love's unclouded weather; They loved th? ??elf-same tune, And underneath the moon, 'Twas bliss to be together. From all the world so wide, Each soul th? other singled ; Something within did guide Their life streams side by side. Until at length they mingled. And now they cannot part, But must flow on forever? Two streams tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 October 1842

^SadmSoTi?ibea^Jaii^ CENTS "??er week. ^?ecop?e**. Two Cents. Mail Subscribers, $4 00 per '^nam in advance, and the paper in no case con untied ^oodtbe time for which il is paid. Subscriptions lis 5 tor Sir Monliis. f(iais-?irt A?i**erus_i?.... Kor each Advertisement o? T/% jIPrtorh*ss(over?a) first insertion. ?0 Cents. _' tofea h sohsequeat lnsi-rtion..... 2o- ?*. ?or SIX i**?m?ni>, ?r ?me week..$150 M ?TTWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 00 " ^nsrer Ainertisment. at equally favorable rate?, H-ir.-ge. Religion? and Funeral Notices, not exceeding ..nii?Sce?-5 ' ej 'Tut WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for ,~ Country.'*? pabh-Jie?! every Saturday morning, at the . prtc ?>?' & P**r annDm, in advance. r S. REDFIELD, Bookseller and Sta 11 ?o?ier, Clinton Hail, corner of Nassau and Beekman Jjr?.?. ?-? constantly for sale an aisbrtment of Theological, r___?cal aiidMi.-K.-eltaneous.au?! Scboolhboks and StaiiOr. m itthe lowest cash price?. }e27tf 1l \?fANTKI>?? An active colored (iir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 October 1842

If I have succeeded in presenting a correct *? of the condition of Wealth and labor amongsl it will not be a difficult t?sfe to point out theii lotions and duties. They follow inevitably as elusions from the admitted premises. In the first place there is not only no grounc any hostility or unkind Hess of feelir.g between rich and the laboring classes, but the stron reason, on the contraiy, lor mutual friend-hip the most cordial union. It may well be qucstic whether they should ever be spoken of a3 das since the term presupposes a line of dentarcat which cannot here be drawn. Roth are striv with the ?ame eagerness for the same objet some portion of Wealth?and both are intere? in the Protection of property. Does any man Heve that bv dostrovmg the' Rich, or diminish the securities of Property ho en belter his c condition or that of his children ? Instead of l discordant outcrv which sometimes salutes ears,-?" d.iwn with the Aristocracy '?" the B are leagued against the Poor,"?let us ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 October 1842

I ? ' _ _ "~MONEY MARKET. stale? ni (he ??torh V-change, Oct. i ?675 N. Y. 6?, 1S5-.in"?*! 10 Rk of Cora.ft ?l'j?OS. Y. Si, 1355 ... 8(i j 50 Mohawk. ? l oooK'ky Sixe?,.76 20Syr.*_ Utica R ... U'aN) Ohio Sixes, 1856... 71 9 do. ?j'oOO Indiana Bonds.... 21,| 5ft Long Isl.bGC 5 Bk ofState NY. 72?Jj 50 Harlem.I.'...', 25Del "?.Hud.s60d 81_f 50 do.M SECOND BOARD. jiDel k Hud. 82JI 50 Long IslandRCo... 50 Harlem. 1*41 - Uomniercinl and .T. out* y matters. Friday P. Tbe sales at the Board to day were again very ?re Th?* variations were not not material, but the market -rally was heavy. Bank of Commerce, Harlem, Mol I and Long Island eac'/i declined 1 per cent. Tue sales of state stocks were moderate but at fui! p Sterling bilis and Franc? are very heavy with a lull I ply and ?mall demand. Sterling has falle- to G a 6J Francs to 5 40 a *j.3*7?. Not many Southern bills hav appeared. No change in Inland Exchange--. Account of tolls received on all the canals of this St_ the two fir?t weeks i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 22 October 1842

For Th? Tribune. WK HAVE NOT FORGOTTEN. A Syvfi. EV MRS. Ii. J ?MKS I. Wt have not forgotten thai Song of our childhood, *gTb< tame that we .uiig 'neatb the cbest-m tree's shade? Tbe same we r?-*?lined through valley and wild wood. When children together like children we play'd. ?Tu a Song of our School-days, dost ?iou not remember, How ot neou-time we sat on thai stone by the door, And look'd oh our treasures the fruit? of September, And oiurtnut'il that Seng while dividing the store.' II. We bav,- not forgotten? we siiil sang together Long after the days of our frolic? were p*_?'d, When our hearts knew of Lile but its sunniest weather, And its dowers were so fresh that we thought if-ey would last. When we stood in the gay hall? of music and dai.cmg, When we met once again on a far loreigo shor**? Thy intnd bent on pleasure, and mine on romancing? We remember'd that Youth-Song, and sang it once more. III. We ??ave not forgotten-O, dill that Song lingers On Memory'. dial-plate, I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 October 1842

i'iiE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE TtDublisbed every morning at No. 160Nas Mo^treet, ?opposite the City Hull.) New-York, and deliv r?ed to Cuy ^ubscriiiers for NINE CENTS yer week. ??"it-copies Two Cents. Mail Subscriber?, $4 00 per antiunii m advance, and the paper in no case continued ireyond the nine for which It is paid. SubscripUon. ta? ken for S'a Months. r?rms -f Adveru?ig.... For each Ad?CT?**n?rnt o? TrSN'hne?or less (over six) _Tit msertion..... 60 CeaU jo. for eu h ?"-bsequent iasertion. 25 " ?lo. 'or SIX ir-iertioos, or one week.$1 50 '? do! wrfW-NTY-FlVEinsertioiis. 5 00 ? Longer Adveru?rnentt" aieoaally favorable rates. MarrittRe??, Religions and Ktmer_ Notices, not exceeding /*,.?? BxHt?35ce?u. Er TO? WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very targe paper, for tf,r Country, is pubhdied every Saturday w to ruing, ot the 0w pnce of $*_ per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. - /-: Oar IYcw*paper -literature. The Foreign Quaiterly Review for October con? tains an article of some twenty-five page? upon the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 October 1842

THE TRIB?NE. MONDAY MORNING, OCIOBfcK 21. WHIG STATE _NOMIHATIONS. FOR PRESWKPT, HENRY CLAY, or KKXTPCKV. FOR QOFERnOR, LUTHER BIIADISH. Of r__SKK_.ll> co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR. GABRIEL KURMAN. or _t??(.-. ._? st-let. FOR SblXA'TORS, l.-BKRAR.. OAKLBY,oi r*.cta_-?r.?i. il JO-rKPll JA-.l.fc-V. "'/-".V-.t-cuidv ru.Ai.EX. v. ?.iM*?o^_:''_^,r'L;.,l... "-Hll EUclion'ltu?sday:yov. ??(one day only.; TT ?? ?eral Cemusiltee of Dcnioirntu Whan Y????-? M-*?*?-?A ?;x-? ial fne?*tn?g ol tins Coin ?.one" ??.in be hSd tu the Br????i??vnv Hou-f ?m MONDAY F VKN1NG, 3??1 ?ct"b-r. 18-12. at 7 o cl?vk. jUy order, ADDlsON DOU O H EUT ?, Chairman. et. O. Jacksox, ? Mgesneulea C_ K. Ta .LO*. . a,,f ?**t"'r?- o22 ET The Office of The Tribune is removed to the now and apaolon? building?, No. KM) NASSAU STREET, In front of the Park, and nearly opposite the City Hall. HT A lew copies r,f tbe Daily and ?)x copies of th? WECRi.v Taietri-t_ for the emlre year, neatly hound and for sale at Ihi? other. Price at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 October 1842

M0NEY_MARKE1\ j...!?-? at the ?rcrk Exchange,. Oct. 23. IS?*)!-. Y. City 7?. MR. If*.!I0OHarlem.bSOd 15* ti'ivn ?V. Y. Cs. 1852.{Jo ? Auburn __ Syr R R ? 83 ? _??:_. ?? x' c. ios. i"?. ?wt S.-I.-....1. i? .J_ .___ _ lTieii!t niiti.. ?"???-T. wo-?. .:<( ??a Harlem. )-_|lO? do.b30d 49* 50 do.ilM 155 150 da.sSOd 4D_ ,# do.s60d 15JJ350 do....:. _9A 59 do. 1-5. SE .OND BOARD. I<9 sales* -_ touuHrvctttl and ?Uouey -Hatter?. -...TURDAT P. _.. The saies of Harlem and Lonj Island were pretty large, bat other descriptions smalL The market generally was itrady. Sute Stocks were firm. State Fives sold at ] preminm. Sixes of 126? improved ? per cent. Kentucky Fives ?do. Fur City .Sevens, 101 ?{ offered. Foreign Exchanges are very heavy and still declining. Sterling leading bills are ofiered at ?? a ?Si; and Franes 5 li a b ?___. The following Circular bas been i-lsued by th? Conip l*nl!?-r CoMh-aoixaa's OrncE,} . Albany. Oct. 1? 1312. 5 RE?EAlfTION OF SAFET? FUND NOTAS? The act, chaptrr 24...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 October 1842

B For Tbe Tribune. TO STELLA. BT J. A V C V s T t* 5 SHEA. Foot like the ?Jew-fall at night? Presence inspiring and bright? Step like a being of air, Freedom and majesty there? Lips which with roses have vie?.. And Zephyr has kissed in his pride? Cheeks on whwe pillow of ru??*. Innocent Cupids repose? Bless'd, ble3s'd must he be Whose worship is favor'd by thee. Eyes where each slumbering glance Is a-i a p-ace-rested lance. Ready to wound or to save, Rou.'_ by the friend or the ???*-ye~~ Tresses that radiantly shine Over thy forehead divina? Voice like the fcotes which arise When. Purity closes our eyes Bless 'd, bless'd must he b? Whose worship is favor'd by thee. Better no feeling were thcrr. To see? or & *"ve' ur t0 *,ear~" Better he never had met One whom he cannot forget? Than at thy altar to kneel. Thy spirit refusing to feel. But didst thou once favor bis prayer, He would die in his worshiping there. Bless'd, bless'd must he be Whose worship it* favor'd by the?. Works of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 October 1842

iTggHI JSaapKaasVm THB NEW-YORK TRIB?NE is ro?lished every morning: at No. J60Nas ean-drret, .opposite the City Hall,) New-York, and deliv? er?*?! to City **oi?criben- tor NINE CENTS per week_ tiii_irfecopie--TwoCfc*-iTS. Mad Subscriben. $4 00 per annum, 10 advance, and the paper in no case continued -..?.yond the time lor which it ? paid. Subscriptions ta? ken lor Sit Mouths. Terms ?*f A ?1 veru?ng.... For each Ad vcrUsement of Tt?N hnesor less (ov?*r nu) tir>n insertion. 60 Cents. _._. lorea fa ?ubsequent in?*e*-lior. 25 ?* At, 'nr SIX ias-er-ioii?. ?>r one week.$150 *-* (jo. t'.r'rWKNTY-FlVK in-rr?ons....6 00 ?? ?j?nrer ArNerti?ment*? at ?t-t-?ually favorable rate*. Harria^e*, Ke!:*_:V>t_s and Funeral Notice*, not exce-edlng ?5 . ?in?.?.'l?ceut**. XT Th. VYKKKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, p>r ?rir Country. '.?. i-ublidie?! evrry Saturday j_'tnir._, al the .-? prtct ot -12 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. The Facts ?a regard to tbe Rhode I?!aad Trouble?. .Ve dsk e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 October 1842

mm???mm?sm_ THE TRIB?NE. TUESDAY MpaKLN6FrQ?T01JJEA.25. WHIG STATE JfOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or --j-rrccKY. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER -RADISH. or ira .NX us co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABKIEL F?RMAN, ^ or Kiftcs. District. FOR SENATORS, I. .IqEA? L. OAKLEY, of Richmond. U..JO??PU JAWS-BW, of trister. ; . 111.. ALEX. C. <?_ _?"*?*?>, of BtbesuM?thj' . IV j _OI-> FBOT__IWC_-U^,f>*"Xin_l IV i AHA UASSCAJLL. f'r__Mi?0o,{ f *t0t*",**'J ?I..THO?IAM A. JOHNMOW, ?2___c"; VII W-fl I.ll TI K. -TftOfs???? Seneca _o. FO? ASSEMBLY. L?S^_? Sl<IFi0N' HORACE ST. JOHN, ??Cg? ft?gg?^ ?. A a_VO_JX SMITH DIJNMM?. HARVEYA.W-ED, JAMES BKINSMADK. 1 _oYD? SJI-TH, PHILO DOA.N'E, .LO*.D ?J?gjugIi WEBSTER. FT h n?i announced last evening that Mr. Doane, of the Fourth Ward, and Jno. C. Himdton, Esq., of the Fifth. <fc timed Mandingas candidates. The Nominating Cummiliec ??_*_ieet again this evening to fill these vacancies, at.dalso to put in nominaiioii a candidate for Register. Elect...

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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