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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 October 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, .. nUDI:.he<i every morning, at No. 30 Ann ???et New-York, and delivered to City Subscribers fc-OSE CENT per copv. Mail Subscribers, $4 p?rr nrjum in advance, and the paper in no cav- continued wood &c time for which it is paid- Subscilptioc* jji.ec for Six Months. _ TVrsii "f J&errtiting_frr eerh .Idrrrtittmrnt of ~rS lines or less ioser six'., first insertion.. ?O cU do. for each subsequent insertion. *J.> " An for SIX insertions, or one week-5? I 3(> fe for TWENTY-FIVE insertions.... 5 HO tonfC' Advertisements at equally favorable rates r-?- Advertisements when ordered to to DC continued 'fie in?i<ie after the first insertion will be subject to he same charge as on their first appeCuraace? ;>a) able THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15. THE 8 i FT A Christmas ano New-Year's Priskxt ?uk le-ii- Pltitaddphia; Carey 4:]rtart. New Yorki Carvill A Co. In tvpDgraphic beauty and external tastefulncss .?jii volume clearly surpasses its prede...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 October 1841

THE TR IM NE. FRIDA. M?RNING/OGTOBER 15. 1311. IC Vor Litersir f ."Votiere, JTohn C. Colt, WvCtiTille .'Inuuai Labor Institute, cV? ., -er Pirat Pnge. ' l'or A Vi?ioD of the Klare, T. K Kerrey, und The Fithcrman of Fori ttoii/i? , n Inte by .Tlr*. Ciore, ?ee Lrt?t Page. ' New-Jersey.?Wc received sufficient reports Lotn Ncw-Jersey yesterday to render pretty cer? tain the triumph of the Whigs in the recent Elec? tion. The following Counties were verbally heard frum, viz: !'.'s?\. Whir, 1 Council, 7 AssomMy. MiddteseE, do. 1 do. 4 do. 80 to 140 m. Somerset, do. 1 do. 3 do. loO maj. Hudson, do. 1 do. 1 do. 1j, Mercer, do. 1 do. 2 do. Morris. do. 1 do. 5 do. 100 " Burlington, do. 1 do. .? do. Gloucester, do. 0 do. 2 du. Cumberland, do. 1 do. 3 do. Salem, do. 0 do. 2 do. Cape May, do. 1 do. 1 do. Bergen, Loco, 1 du. 1 do. Passaic, do. 1 do. Hunterdon, do. 1 do. A do. Sussex, do. 1 do. 'i do. Warren, do. 1 do. 3 do. Atlantic, do. 1 do. 1 do. Gloucester, do. 1 do. 2 do. Salem, do. 1 do. 1 d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 October 1841

Citi' ?ntfUtfirnce. Reported for Tu? Tribun?. CotxT or SatSSIOSfS, Oil,ii- . 14.? Before tbe Recorder, i?J J-tdl'es LyusU Bud Koah, and Aldrrmcn Frnuklia und Vjjni*r?oorl. Vjfiff U the e?ncicted ?Tbc Clerk of thi- Court give joiic Chat ?b persons hon-toloie convicted of c iin"? or Pji (j-mnnocm, and not sentenced, or if sentenced have -jl p?ut their anes. who are ont on bail, must attend c? friflsv morning, il o clock, (tin. day) to receive lenience afpty their fiaea, or that tbeir recoyuizacces will bo forf 'ic<1 ke*ch vsrranis issued. Gait of Jii" (itiiHcorth ? At tie epeainf of ihe Co.:rtJuli"" ?-nita, Jr, Esq.,read so affidavit of Mr. eugtworta,?eitiua forth his having constantly been,.ind i, now lesuy for trial, and the co?nael therefore moved tast tbe rase he either tried the present term or that he b-i SivDsrged from tne indictment^ and a netU prutqui be eaterco. Mr.Staithenforced si* application by van oa> arguments, ami imisted on having the ca-e d>?p<*ed ci b&g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 October 1841

From the London Nein? of Art for 1842. A VISION OF THE STARS. bv t. k. hk?vr,y. An?! fancy-wrapt, rec* in tbe fleeey elouds C( ;.>ti2l rhapex that wait upon the Moon, la her iw ft couree, or r.se frcoi Ocean's lap Continuous _ //. J/uxr.rtt. FciP. ever gone ! the world is growing old ! ?Jone the bright vision? of its untaught youth ! The age of fancy was the age of gold, And Sorrow bold* the lamp that lights to Truth I And wisdom w rites her records on a pace Whence many a pleasant tale is swept away? Tbe wild sweet fables of the dreaniicg age. The gorgeous storiee of the classic day. The- world" is roused from glad" and glowing dreams Though roused by light awaking et'1-! '-*? Pain And ob L 'ould men renew their broken themes. Then, would the world at limes might sleep again Ob! for the plains?the bright and haunten plains? Where Genius wandered, when the earth was new Led by the sound of more than mortal strains. And gathering (lowers of many a vanished hue ! The deathless form...

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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, ?ubli?hcd every morning, at No. 3? Ann Vir' New.York, and deli.er<J to 1'ity Subscribers {r, ONE CENT per copv. Mail Subscribers, N per -'?im in advance; and the pap. r in no rase continued '"vand the time for w hich it it paij. Subscription! ?im for Six Months. _ - , ff Jidetrtitins,_for toc\ Advertisement of r'vliac* or lew (over six), first insertion.. 30 cts. ' "' for each subsequent insertion_.. it?.* " for 91X insertions, oi one week.cf.8l ao fa, TWENTY KITE insertions.... 3 00 Longe1"Advertisements at equally favorable rates (v*. Advertisements when ordered, to to be continued iiiikie 8fter the first insertion will be snbject to ^'?oe charge as on their first appearancu?payable 5 til cases in advance._ For The Tribune. PHRENOLOGY. q- the dlffic u It ies of jitdsri ag correctly, on ! pjrenelogical Principles, by an exaiuioa tien of the external de v e lope meat?. SV a CALM OBSXEVJta. That the mind depends upon the 1-rtttn for com - ;'.:cwon wnh the obj...

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

THE TRI B?NE. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16. xy For n candid prtp?r on Phrs-nology and a colamn of tieaerel News, ??-?? First l*ajre. rr For ? 1 ?sr Double i.txon.' n Porm bjr I.nmiin Kliiarhiird. ? I hr 1 onupirBCJ In 3r:wil,- und n correct Book ."Vote To die, see I.unt ?'lii4? ? N*W JERSEY.?The Election in this State on I rxeaday and Wednesday la?t. resulted as follows: Whg Lv-oFo?,. Coviatias, Coursed. Ass'y. Coiuiues. Cobbcu. A-s y. Hudson.! 1 Bergen.J ? tssex.1 rfPassatc.1 Middlesex.1 4jSussex.1 Morris .f 5 Hanterdon.1 1 Somerset. Wi,rr-n.1 Mercer.I ?Salem....I Burlington.I 5 Atlantic.I 1 Cumberland_; 3iMonmoulh.I A Gloucester.u 2[Gloucestei.1 - l'ape May.1 1 ? .t.i Il 23 Whiff. ti'Loi"c"K,rr r''o. l.oco. (/stencil?Jrveph r-.ot.-r. i'.'s 'Wdliam R.Cooper.1565 _Us'e(y-*J.Z.Pierson, 1591 J.B Miller, 1598 *T. H. Whitney, 154(1 'Charles Knight, 1573 B.M. HooelL 15.15 J. K Coopertbwaite 15"J J. B. Harris?.?, 1451 J. is. Rearabaasa, 1494 Council ti??d ? \Vin_ Majo itv in Assembly arid...

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

LAWYERS' DIARY. ..<>.-:..b r Id. Sode? Chi no Ii. r for Ocu 1.?-. j ,.? ,? ij ol Sei tea ber Term of Comm >n Pica-. jU,>n<)ay aext Or* diy "f October Term, a-riaion Cottar f**i rkdar?Tbl? Da>?Ol 37, 96,08, m so,68 't'. i"? i" ne,41.->, it: 179, i- . 86, B7, ISS, 158.41, 170, SI, 191,102,193, 194, 19c), SliO, ???? "S3 Pat CALitWAB of trr CracoiT Court?Tab Dav?93, HH lC3.t0t, 105, lot. |,9 1.7. ?5, IC 49, 113, II, 115,116, 117, lie, 11?, l?u. 121.124 Citp fiitr-lhrjfnrf. Reported n.r Tee Trii-uue. CeckTor Sessions. October l.r,.?B< forelh.- Rec?rd?r. jaJ Ja'lcf. Lynch and Nonn, flic Ca art pronounced the fallowing sentence! Cornelius l?0!>ovan and WiPiani Rrs... i-.,r.v,t|.-d ot jrand lar<f?>.in stealing a jib-tail svortn $100. from the doop Reformer, were setteiic-d io{the Sute Prison, eacli let 2 ^ ?ars. janie.' Msrun tree tried for petit lircent, Mealing i $3 nllfren; Michael McKeon, of No. 295 B eeekei ?trse,, on (in. nth Jui-e last. The ?<. cu-...

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

From I nc Forget Mi-Not for l"t-t~ THE DOUBLE LF.?SON by laj'.'n fcTTsiCltAt-o, hq MaII'IN of Padua, on thy lap Thus lightly let dte volume lie : And as within some pictured map Fair isles and waters we descry. Trace out. with white and gliding ringer, Along the troth illumined page. It- golden lines and words that linger In memory's (??!!, from youth to age The youri"? Preceptor at thy side Hai Pupil t.eV; before so fair; And thcugti that scholar be thy guide, He tatatby fellow learner there. Aj every page unfolds its meaning. As everv rastiing leaf turns o'er, He finds, whilst o'er thy studies leaning. Beauty where all was dull before. Familiar is the book to hint, A record of heroic deed ; Yet deems he now his eye, were dim, And thine have ?oghl them first to re*.. Now fades in him the scholar s glory , For he would give the f.ime he sought.. With thee to read the simplest story, And learn?* hat ri"f- never taught. The precious wealth of countless books Lies store i within bis gr...

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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, ..published every Morning, at No. 30 Ann street Vew-York, and delivered to City Subkenb.n LoNE CENT per copv. Mail Subscribers, S per arnum in advance, and the ytj^c in no case continued >>vond the time for which it is paid. Subscription! __cn for Six Months. _ Trim of .vdt-?rfinn?_For COtK .f di rrfslem'tit of TfiNlineS or lets (ovei six . first insertion.. 50 cu. A ;0r euch subsequent insertion. 25 " Ac for SIX insertion;, or one week-91 50 do' for TWENTY-FIVE insertions? 5 00 Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates je?. Advertisements when ordered to to be continued he ftrac charge 8 all cases in adv as on thoir first appearance? pa) at.i. anct A SUMMARY STATEMENT Of la' aaaattlj an^ ealue of good*, vnre*. and mrrchan due. importcd imt$ the United stater, ia American and foreign rrssc/s. commencing on Ike 1st dety uf October. i;'J'.'. and ending on the al'M day of Septem? ber, ItMO. M-rchamli*e free of Duty. Value. Articles imported for the us...

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

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18. XT Our Literary readers wili be crauried with (in aide a-cny on the writuicsof WaXTCa S tvaea Lssnr.R which apr e .rs on our last Vtftn. We cpy it fr^m the new runi'.er of'The Dia',' to which it ??i doubt* ? ??n tributedby Ralph Waldo.Emaraoa. Xj' A Suamary of the Import? of th? (.'mied State-far the last year of which the CualOta Hou-c S.itistic? have been compiled. A limihir statement of the Exporte If un? avoidably crowded out, but * ill appear in ?nr next. To thf Whig Blectorn of ihr S**1* ot ,>cw.Vork: Fxllow CrretEsa : The .State Central Commit tec. in discharge of the duties devolved upon it. so? licit your earnest attention. We proffer v.u, fellow citizens, no holiday com? pliments-no ?.,?.;, cnmrrat.^tt.ms. ,\ota? ?1,0? last ve?r we assured you in advance of the tnurnpb of Whig principles, here and ihrougli the Union, in ibe election of the I'atnot of North Bead, do we now address you; Since the close of that desperate strug? -!e,...

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

LAWYERS1 MARY ...October I? XT Octo'.er Term Common Plea*. Kile nnd tcn? aili d?ut? Merita. lictcber Tsrm Supreme Court. Alb .tly. HTimoit Colrt Calf nt.a r?This Da}?'?7. 31, 99 68, 175 ITC l~ '?7, 1-8. 77. 128, ?58, U, 170,64, 191, i?i'iM. 198,75,157,180, 181,183, i 51,59,414, 1;j S, 19,53,54, 119.146. 199. Calesdar or the Coirt or Costsse* Plkas?Thi* p,v?T*o Jurion?Part I 1.5,:.!* 13. 359, 15, 313.3v!7 81,93, 25, 27, .WJ. 307. Purt II: 316,6, 8,10, 330, 19, 32s, 14, 16, IS. 326, 20, %,98, 30. Pat I'lttMoa er tuk Circuit Cockt?This Day?If,, :9 93,101,103,101. 109, 112, 11, 11*?. 117, ll-. 119,130,121, \Si. lr. 7J:, S3, 95. 90. ?2Titi? Sntcllifltnce. Reported for l'ae Tribun?. Cockt ok Over am. Tt.rmiskr, Oct. 16 ?Before Judge Kent, and Aldermen Woodbull and Leonard. The following f eut> i;c..s were passed by the Cvurt. ou tl.e prfaontri convicted during the present term. peter Kane, convicted ef manslaughter, in tbe l-t Je grce. in killing Ca'barine, the irtfe ?.i Tbomaa Ril-y.o...

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

um ii ii i.? ii .????p?. i, ??ni TO A LOVELY GIHL. Thou art not beautiful, yet thy joting face Make* up la sweetness w rj at it .needs in grace; Ti;ou ext. not beautiful, yet thy blue eye? ?te&! o'er the heart like sunshine o'er the skies? Theirs u the utild and intellectual ray. That to the inmost spirit arias its way ; Theirs are the beam!? that full upon you roll. Surprising all th-- seuse?, a.,cl the soul; Fur Vn ! v.ben p'^re a - Heaven's serenest ikies. Thy timid 3'ju1 sits pleading ia thine eye*. The butnid beams that 'ueatii thiiie eyelids steal, Can softly teach uie colcest heart lo feei? For Heaven, r a*, gives t > thee e^ch mental grace. Hath stsn.yeJ tue angel oti thy sweet e. Oh ! while the pearl of peace securely dwells Deep ia thy tender heart'* ambrosial cells. While V.rtue ?ve is ? : . .? ?? .."gin name A light more lorely than the light of fame, Thv sweet simplicity, thy graceful ease 6ha*U please even more Uran Beauty e'er can p.ease . Thv heart of softness...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 October 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, it published every morn inc. at No. 30 Ann street. New.York, and delivered to City Subscribers far ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscriber*, f-i p?r ?nnum in tdvaace, and the pajrf-r in no caai- continued tjcroad the time for which it 11 paid, Subicrlptioas taken tor Six Month*. jVt-wt c] .idi?rfiiing_Fir euch Jtdvtrtistmtni of rjN lines or less first insertion.. 50 ctt. je. fee each subsequent insertion. ?3 " io for SIX insertions, 01 one -sjl .50 io'. far TWENTY-FIVE insertions_ 3UO Longer Advertisements at equally laroriblt rites t*y. Advartisemisnts when ordered to to (?? continued tn'tse inside after the first insertion will be subject to It same charge as on their Hist a; pcarance?payable util case* in advance. The I.nie Knilroml Dianstrr. SraxcriCLO, Maas-Oct l?. 182. )!,ni i Editors of the Tribune As jour paper i* somewhat extensively circu? lated" in this vicinity, ans] especially as it is as likely to be read by all interested as any other, I von ture :? a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 October 1841

THE TRI BINE, TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER \X XT Oar correspondents ?rill observe that we here mad* room for leversj of their fav-,rs this roornitr. Several others, of "jusl vilue. wilt app^ir as fa<l as we can make room for th*-:n?s* .? x-u.i two, t least, to-morrow. 17" We pub!i?h on our rir?t pare a reply to the Com? munication iu our p&p-r a week since on the Mohawk and Hudson Railroad coi trover-y. thus enatdinr our resders to ?ee both sides. Not deeming any thing farther nece? ?ary to a fair understanding of the nislltr. we mu?t de cliae farther Commuoieationa no the subject. 13" For au eipo.nioD of t ie causes of the ;ate Rail road Disaster in Mu?uchu-etis, an official Statement of the Exp' rl* of the United States. Mohawk and Kadsou Railroad Controversy. .V.r.. see First Pare. XT For a Poem by Mrs. Si?.urney, and the Report of an important eise in Chancery decided by v'=e Chancel lor Hoffman, ?r Last Page. KJ* There is nu mistake about it: Tammany has actually nominated I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 October 1841

fgoyjY Water ?Messrs. Editors :?Before ? : e I .houM 'ike to see the object of my fond _^b. the Croton Water, fairly established in this f .v I |< men that the foul th ef July n<-x- is to te . '-rnivi cool water Jubilee?on that memorable tie pip*"' ore10 g've ibeir am;>le tup; ly. Oh 1 ^-it s glorious day it will he to all 1 I regret that J !3ie \i ic short that I sanaol expect to see it* ffioal effects. I have i no wish, however, that ..(??/irons ?ill immediately commence to have pjMt carried into their houses. Let all be ...?cuiur to have it in their uttics. w ith hose. I srsrisk nty fellow citizens to club together and .^??c hose to put out fires; this can prevent ?u |css. Let every family have a shh.11 quantiu tLose to wash their sidewalks and lay the dust . .'-..-it of their houses : tins done. New-York j} be a delightful city, ami there will be no oc* ?dan tu rut. from it to seek comfurt elsewhere. Sen ex. LAWYERS DIARY... .October 19. plTC,t cnoar or inr. Circuit Cou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 October 1841

Kr?n Tb? Forget-Me-Not :&r 1-12. THE ANCIENT MONUMENT. There's a lion under thy feet, Sir Ku::at, And over thy head an escutcheon bright. And, group'd around with mournful mien. Kneeling kindred and friends -.re seen ; From some <>id Time bath ??'.'.??<?:: the head. Or the inn of marble away ha:h shred ; But thou, in thy perfect state, nr. there. With cuirass buckled and forehead bare, And pale hands lifted and rlasp'd in pray'r. Where were the fields of thy proud career I What were the deeds of thy glittering spear ' With thy good war-steer', and thy helmed |;*-'a'* , Didst thou trample on heaj-s of the^quivering dead Was thy banner on Syrian plains displayed DU it tfame in the van of tiie re i crusade ' Didst thou quaff thy cup of foaming wine, And vaunting lead tiie embattled line To the leaguer'd fates of Palestine 1 What was tbe price of thy wyribr-fcine 7 What was the cost of thy mighty namel Did innocent blood profusely spilt Tinge- tbv coat of mail with the hue ...

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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE, . n!1 Mi ?!?.'?.! -very Kornin*, at No. 30 Ann e?et N?w.York, ?ml delivered to City Sul?scribets vVoN'H CENT per cop v. Mail Subscribers, $* p?r in ancc, and the paper in r.o case continued ;...??.! e time tor whicli it i> ; tid. SubecriptionJ taken for Month*. ?fMetrti inf.. for '<:?'< .Jt/r.r?isr?aenf of i r'. -? vet <t insertion.. SO cts. fbi iu ? aiuent insertion. ?? lot * ''? o.e wedk?t?I SO for TWENTY-FIVE insertions.... SOO . - Advertiat.. enti at equally favorable rate?. Advertisement! when ordered to to be continued atieJnsidcafter the first insertion will be subject tu lr came charge as on their first appearance?payable ! . ,]j ca'es in advance THE TRIBONE. WEDNESDAY .MORNING. OCT. 20. 1841. i, nboasritY, Reminiscbnccs ask Li ntas ?? John TstMtcLL. raost 1756 to 1841. New-York Wiley 4 Putnam The last surrivor t?f Washington's military fsmily, the painter of the Declaration ..i Indepen? dence, and three other National pictures which en? ric...

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

TJ[ E T R I E U N E. WEDNESDAY MORNING. OcfOBER^SQ. " A ?ubscriber" ii informed i'mt tbe ,-HaiL of Teiup? ranc?." ; ? fed a failure, sad lue Openics FeU Derer cause orX We suspect nolhia-r cau ever he get of the manager of that concern?at least,oar bill is lang since given over. XT For a notice of Co!. Trumbuii's Autobiosraphv. and a spirited article or. the State Prison Question, see Last Page. XT For a Letter from Indiana. Timothy Flint on a National Bank. Anecdote* of Waterloo. &c. see Last Page._ KT* The Loco-Koco Assembly Ticket for tins City is completed. We a-k our readers to look at it. and see whether these men ought to repre? sent the great Producing and Business interests of the Commercial Emporium. They are JohnL. O'SMivan, lawyer, Paul Grout, Edward San/or '. lawyer, C, 6V?cU;ime-r. William /tfcilfaarray, lawyer, fiVir?-e H err, William B. Maelay, iawy.r. Solomon Toumsend, David l> Field, lawyer, Augiute !>' Avezac. David It- F Jonet, law/yen Daniel C. Pentz. ...

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

? ri mTM rjMB an tsaransaon -'. I.A a VERJ*' DIARY ...?; r SdL n .fiiiwifi Tin: < i :i Cf. vnr-Tbi* D.,v?396 tf 101; !l?! !f:: I 1.116,1.7 II'.?. 120, j.,',, . it pp, ii o. .t'.-i. 11. (?.,. a ,,[nit Covnrr Caluxdar?Tfeii Day?29 ITS v'.-/i-,- 1ST. 18*.TT," reg ' .- :? 170 61 !,'i. lu4, ;: - ;?.i. i \. 1*.", 51, J9, in. 115, P I9. S3.5I, '"' ear 85, IS. 16, 1-. 19.57 DO, IIS. ?33,4l&, |.V ,03.', 143, 71,73: 1 S. Of, .--.mi 123. I S3, M*. ''. ?Mi or thi Con in oi Common Pleas?This ?7 4*> 19 5' 53 57 59,61 63, 65,69, 7L 73 7a. 77 1 .'*::.: i . ?'< ,;'-'.':| 68.711,310,314,72,"il Citn ?ntelligrnce. Ktported for The Tribune. fur/sT er Srtstosrs, Oct. IV.?Bc.'or? the Recorder nr.d ? I, >'oab. ' r M. l.ov* mi?. Exq. of Coin,'el for the prosecution, .vueced that the arraignment of Col; Monroe Edwards yttft riea would not take | !?c<- until this (i\ edsesday) Jraisfi thereby disappointing a great crowd of persons ,.. hid usenibled. tjfob G. ?kerwin wax tried for an assault...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 October 1841

From the Forjrei ?'- Not f?r 1343 mount tabor. 't l* evening upon Tabor's bill. And. like r. sheet of gold beneath, Refiectinz forest, star, a;: i r.ii. Sleeps, broad and bright, (iennesareth ; Yet stili (bur wayworn pilgrims climb. Tabor, thy precipice iublitne. And now, with fainting steps and slow, The four have reached the summit plain; And now their wearied limbs they throw Amid the harvest !. _\<il!ow grain-? But ?>u- alone is kneelieg there With lip and heart in mighty prayer. And now ha. sunk th<- last red beam. Still on the groond tbe three are strown, In the .js-ep sleep that knawe no dream. Still one is kneeling there, alone, Still fix'd beneath the dark'nun? sky, With clasping hands and heavenward eve. ?Tis night, and silence o'er the land ; In cot and palace all is .jeep, From Sen'- towers to Syria s sand. But radiance glows on Tahor s steep; And ho.it-s, on gold and purple wing. Pay homage o their pilgrim kin^. And two, on splendor'* richest tide. Are floating...

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