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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 October 1842

~~ "MONfiYJWARRET. taie* ?t ?????-* *tccU -ExchanKo, Oc?. 21 ., .J-it'kv ???***.75i' ?'*<?'-onsr lUan.RCo.... iLoi-.ioS;--*.!^??-? -''"t ? -??>.b?id al*? S Y? 5is,186l.... 83 I 25 Mnta-wk. i.V.?.? Indian. Bon?Is.... 2o_' .0? Harlem. !?mo do.b.Od2?*4| 2? Stonington B. V Mechanics Bank.57?l 60 do.b*od SECOND BOARD. *?i Manhutan G**. ITotn?uercin. and .Ttouey .latter a. S aturda v F. ! The ??*??** -**"**?'** again small to-day, only reaching s??af-e"s of nil d?*--?**riptio?r?-?. The prices were wi?iout cbs ?worthy of note. Tbe sale* of .Stale Stocks were small. Ohio Six?_*s prnveti i per cent. Indiana fell off} per cent. Tbere was a fair Wnsin?*?ss done in Exchange; and S ??jf w??. radier firmer at 6 a 61 for leading bills. Fr ?,45 a 5 42}. The American Exchange Bank bas decli a dividend of two dollars and a half -er share, payabl? the 7th November. We lake the following from Thompson's uselal Bank IS L??i : tfew Counterfeits and altered Notts.?Greenwich Ba N. Y.. ?'?'?-? altered...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 October 1842

From, the Boston Miscellany for N THE CRY OF THE HUMAN. ?Y ELIZABETH E. BAaRETT.?England. *? Theke is no God,', the fooliab saith? But none, "there i? no sorrow:"' And Nature oft tbe cry of faith ln bitter need will borrow. Eyes, which tbe preacher could not scho? By w8ys.de gTaves are raise.. And lips ?ay, " God be pitiful," That ne'er said, -*? God be praised." Be pitiful? Be pitiful, O God ! The tempest shooteth from the steep The shadow of h s coming : The beast? and birds anear us creep, A. power were in the human _ Power! while above, the mountains shake We spirits tremble under.' Tins bills have echoes?but we make No answer to the thunder. Be pitiful? Be pitiful, O God. Perhapa the war is in the plains ; Earth feel? new scythes upon her : We ie?p oar brothers for the wains, And call the harvest honor ! Draw out confronted line to line, The natures all inherit ; Then kill, curse .n, by that same sign, Clay, clay ; and -?pint, spirit. Be pitiful? Be pitiful, O God. Perhaps the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 October 1842

"TJ-EW-Y-ORK, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1. Read and Circulate. m-j ?t*.'ARD Committeb? and C_UBS furnished with tlie? e,.y_sat Si P" lOO Copies, Cash. sXf* Prepared under the direc? tion and published by the autho? rity of a Committee of Citizens appointed to investigate the ac? counts of certain Public Offi? cers. '_ (FROM OFFICIAL^ DOCUMENTS.) ENORMOUS DEFALCATIONS OF THE LATH L0-0-F.C? OFFICE-HOLDERS!! The open violation of the Laws by the ChieJ Magistrate oj the City, in taking and ap? propriating the Public Money ! ! Plain Reasons why there was such an intense desire and desperate effort to retain power 'bu means of Fraud, Usurpation and Vio? lence I ! Still plainer Reasons why Tax? payers and Voters should not again con? fer on the parttzans of these mc7i Political Power, either in the Slate or City Govern? ment. Mechanics, Laborers, Tax-Payers, Vo? ters of the City and State of New-York ! Another of our great ?State Elections is rapidly approaching. Before you dis? charge one of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 October 1842

?____?_?___?__?__. Relcaoe of Prisoners to Tote* The City i? already familiar with the fact that at the last Spring Election a great number of pris? oners were released by Loco-Foco Magis? trates from Blackwell's Inland for the express purpose of voting Ote Loco-Foco ticket. We -jik attention to the following extracts from the af? fidavits of men examined before Justice TaTLoR who, for his active agency in exposing these out? rageous frauds, was soon after ejected from the office the dutie. of which he had long discharged with eminent ability and integrity. The following i? from the testimony of John Bc.ert, Deputy Keeper of Blackwell's Island : ^ELyX* 0f\ ?? JOB.? BO--.T-? the City o. New York, Deputy-K?epe> Of -lack-ell's I.ta?I, ressdmBTd ? Thoi_pW-.?ybe:?erfuly i-orn. de|x??-thand saj ? ibaU? knows Bentley ?___ Wnf ^^y^kfr^^^e\T know J-???nh Diarkerv nod John Baker ; t?a** Kiio^n cent le? a t____r*e-..fei- tnonliis. First became acquamted wub\?m on' Blackweirr. Island; he ?* ...

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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE .???jlishf?"! every morning at No. T&O Nae _.;? -tieet. (?>ppo??*** the City Hnll.) New.York.aiid deliv t?.lwC?v .-ab?ciihen for NINB CENTS per we*??V ?"nHerepie? Two Cents. Mail Sobwriber**, *4 Oft pet a?&?ra. tii advance, ami tl?e paper in no case oanUnu.d ?we?.?! the tin??* for ???hieb il m paid. Subscription-, ta? fc-'o tor Si* Months. Trmv ?f A<1 vertaunir.... For eaci? Ad v. rtJt?*_n.nt of VAN lingerie*4-? (? >v?*"*"mx) hrn in?.r_on. 60 Cci. _ ?_ forea h hobsequeut ii>.crtion. 2. ? ?a. -or SIX l??--<Tti?_>Tj?. or one week.Jl 50 ?? 7? ,0rfwKNTV-KIVE insertions. 6 00 -? U?i_jr*r Aiirertismcnt* at equally favor .??Sir rst?-__. Marn.r."?*"??. RH-gioa?*? ami Fanerai Notice-., not exc*?f dlpg f,,r Kb?. 25 cesti. U* Th? WKfiKLY TRIBUNE, _ very large paper. Rj. iV Coontry. is pabbsbed every Satnrd*.. ai'**rT?n2, nt tbr ?> rnce of f2 per aiiniun, in advance. XT An Agent for this paper is wanted at New Haven. C?e wi? ? acquainted tbere w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1842. '-?*?? ? ? WHIG* STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or agw-rocKY. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH. or rtt.AVKi.is co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN. or KING?. DxstneL FOR SENATORS. I. ?-iK . K I. OAKLEV, of Ri<*hnion?*L II JON?PH JAN?I5iY, of Lister. IU..ALEX. C. ?IB?0^f ?chei^etady. ?^ ? AMA UA*CAI_ I*.*&*&%& ??__v ' v..CHE8TBB ?wJ____F__2a?i? ?r .Hin VI. THOT?A1 A. Jff"S28?? SLj^o VII WffI.ff.rA7I K. MTBOlft?. ?s?neca _o. V1IJ.:_____J__V_BM"pit-TIVAItt, Wyoming County. COUNTYTICKBT. City Congressional Nominations. Third District...-3. PHIJL-LIPS PH?1V1X. Fifth ?Hstnrt....JO*VLN B. SCO!.ES. Sixth District.....MAJUL.TOX FISH. FOR REGISTER. GEORGE EICHELL. FOR ASSEMBLY. ROBERT SMITH, JOSEPH BLUNT, E.G.BALDWIN. JACOB ACKER, HORACE ST. JOHN, SMITH DUNNING, A. A. ALVORD, JAS B. BRINSMADE, HARVEY A. WEED, FLOYD SMITH, SAMUEL WEBSTER, CYRUS CHENERY, STEPHEN_SAMMONS. Election Tuesday, Nov. 8?(one day only.) TJT We...

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

^uwmgs^gegfacaasmmB MONEY^IARKET. -nie? a? Ose ?tecle Exchange, Oct. 31. ..irrihin Sixes. I860.... 70 1 10 Aub. Js. Roch R.91 !**JPSv S-eV...7? H Canton Co.J?i __5cVrfB0_S^'52.1(S 90 Mohawk.S2i *?ll5Vtoi*6?,ino.... 18 ? 50 Harlem. ?f "*"\ k_ nf Com.full 82 1100 do. ?ft ?Kt Scheu.115 50 da.-? *? pSyrk UticeR.100 |l00 do. M SECOND BOARD. ?Farmers' Loan...b3d p Commercial and Ittoney IT- alter?. The ??al?? at the Board were smaller to-day, but there was _i"-htgeoeralimprovement in prices. Ulica k Schenec *_?"??_proved J* Albany ".Rochester 1, Mohawk *r. For Lme Isla"?1 ?9o*~ered, 40"- asked ; Delaware 84. offered, ?i asked. Farmers' Trust sold al 12J. T?tere was noi much done in State Stocks, but rales were firm. Onio Sixes improved I; City Sevens sold at 21 pre m'icru ?There was a very Uir amount of business done for the rteanier to-day. The market closed at 6 a 6J for leading jij-rlifl-, and 5 45 a 5 42$ for Franca. Domestic bill? are without changi?. Mobile plenty and du!','?* ?*- a...

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

For Tbe Tribnoe. THE PICTURES OF THE HEART, i. Oh give me not the studied form*, Tbe penciling? of art, Of friends whose memory fairest seem* When we forever part: Tbe eye wears not its living fire, N'or check its natural hue ; And there 'a a coldness in the gar*.e The loved ?ne never knew. II. Although they oft are beautiful, The features n^ver wear Tha greeting smiles of happines?, Or Love's benignant care; No kindred glance returns our own, Nor eye with pleasure beam-, But all i** silent and as dim. As vision?? in our dream?.. HI. A"*vay wilh these! they never bring The loved one to cur -view, In form as fair and beautiful As memory's pencil drew ; They move not in life's varied-?cenes, To guide us in our part, Nor lead our thoughts b??yond the earth Like Pictures of the heart. IV. Then give me ot my cherished friend?. The forms that never fade? Such a? Affection only paint.?. With Memory's lights and thades: For tlie?e can cheer rae onward still. Through life and all its care?, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 November 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is published every morning at No. 160Nas* ??u-slrcet, (oppfi*ite the City Hall,) New-York, and deliv? ered to City Subscribers for NINE CENTS per week.? Single cop>.?*s Two C Birrs. Mail SobsCTibers, $4 ?.?.per annum, in advance, and ihe paper in no case continued tx-vnnd the time for which it is pai?l. Subscriptions ta? ken for Six Months. Term? ?f Advertising.... For each Advertisement of TiCN hues or less (over six) first insertion. 60 Cents. dx tor pa h .ub-??^_**t insertion. 25 ?' do, fui _niV lim riiniM or nnr urn k.$150 '? do. ii?rTWENTY-FlVK insertions. 6 00 . ljon?er Adseittliuenti at c?."._all. favorable ratea. Marriaee?;. Religious a??d _? ?ir.eral Notice?, not e*tc_r?sdlDf fife hSM, 25 wna JX Th? WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, fbr ?he Country,is j>u.*??L?Jie? every Saturday morning, al the aw pnce o! %'? per annum, in advance. CD* An Agent Ax ibis paper is wanted at New Haven. One who is acquaint.?i there would be prelerxed. THE TR?B?NE. 3...

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

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2. WHIG- STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF KE.VTCCKY. FOR QOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, or rtu.NKLiN co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, OF KINGS. ?*?***_ -r? * --* /" _f _____fl?f-5 Richmond. t? '* ____&??n^._*-^'? of Lister r?l"*???_^rP?n _?lB?OiV, of Schencclady. 111..A_EX;? ?_?iVSKfolaAM, fulton Co. ivj_?_i**?_F&Ar^ v * _? -f-ffrlfl;BfCK ot Lewis County. vi"t-S'?i!% A JOHNsOV, of Steuben. ??'mflAAnfSm. *TRO*V--. Seneca Co. yffi"?_feygg Pt TttA.,1, Wyoming County. OO??NTTJICKET. Cii*,*/ Congressional Nominations. Third District....J. PIIII?_IPm PII?NIX. _"cn/r.i?__tr.cf...JOH>' Ifi. ?i IL L.I AM-. Ft/'A District.... JO UN B. ?tCOLES. ?ir?A X?w'rtcf.RA.ni I?TOX FISH. FOR REGISTER, GEORGE El C HELL. FOR ASSEMBLY, ROBERT SMITH, JOSEPH BLUNT, E. G. BALDWIN, JACOB ACKER, HORACE ST. JOHN, SMITH DUNNING, A. A. ALVORD, JA'S B. BRINSMADE, HARVEY A. WEED, FLOYD SMITH, SAMUEL WEBSTER, CYRUS CHENERY, STEPHEN SAMMONS. Electio...

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

5 Mohawk K. L__ Harlem. loi i!) do.90d loi 125 do.s90d 14-J MONEY JWARKET. ?.u.e?! at th?' ?Stock Kxchaugc, IVov. 1. 4?,00(? N. Y. 7? 18-49.10(t*! Ui North River lug Co..102 $7,000 N. Y. ?>? 1862. S_4? 10 N. Y. Gas (*o i ! ,000 T rea Noie-s ti pt cl. UK. K'kv Six??.75j ?? \ V. .... 1868 ... 81 ; ?- . .. lefio... 69l Bonds.... 21?I un ?to.b90d 15-> ?oD'l.'.lluil.. . a.**-} ?o do. 15) ??i do.s60.i3.il 13 U tica *_ Sehen.115 -... 90d 84}| 25 ?io.11SJ .V? d ?.stWd 05 20 New-Jersey R.CI 51 Htt, Ex. Rr.. 89 100 Patenon R.b9?d 48 ?3X? Farm? ;V Loan. IS 150 do....?M lOOt:: TnatCo.6.?J_50 da.b90d 48i SECOMD KOARO. 125 fl.r.em Railroad.t-DOd 14. 50 do do .sl5d I5i (joanMcrcial and Jieaey _?!_ alter*. Tuesday, P. M. There va? a Utile working up at the Board today, and pries took an npward tendency. Delaware advanced 2' per cent on Imt sale. Farmers' Trust went up ?, Mo hawk ', Harlem I, Utica k Scnenectady J. There was also some doing in Sum Stock s but generally at lower rates. New-York...

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

-t-Tirrtri-il-?ii-r^l-iiitX^-i'.Titi?i?i 'T.HE TRIBUNE. ==-_=^_=__ XEW-YORK STATE ELECTION, ( Tuesday, Nov. '?.th?one day.) ?Nominations of each Party? Whig. Loco-Foco Goxe,nor..IX ?HF.W. BRAD1SH. WILLIAM C. BO?CK Ll. {.<r.-...GABRIELKI-MAN. DAN. S.DICKINSON Senators : D;?t. I...I?_A_X ?*)AKLr.Y. John A. Lott, II...Joseph Janskn, Ae??ham A. Deyo, 111...Alex. C GtBSorr*, John C. Wright. ... i John Fkotiiim-Uam. Siosey Lawresck, 1V " ? AsaHascai.l. [2y?-ars]Tno.MAS ?. Mitcheu-, v.. .Chestex Bock, Carlos P. Scc-ill, VI... Thomas A. Johnsos, Calvin T. Chamb-RI-ain, Vll...William K. Strong, John Porter, VIII...HaRV?y PCTN-M. IrAAC A. \ sar-ANC*-. Din. Counties. Members uf Congress 1. Queens, Suffolk.lohn A. King, ?_laH. u?r_hv ' 2. Kings, Richmond.B. D. .-iilin-an, H?. ^ **%*!$; H. Wards 1.2. .. 1." - .l.Pt?d'psPb_mx,Kdw. H. ???"? 4. - 6.7. lo. 13.. John II- Wiliiims. VVm. B. Mac*y* 5. ? 8.9,1-1.JohoB. Sege*. M?. ?V_3_2__ 6. -'I?....!. l...V.^m,ttonF,l?. ^gBSSo-. 9. Ortsssge&Ui?an...

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

itH? NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ?jnele copies ?.?nun?, m a?lvance, and die paper in no ca?. oontinucd kf vor-d the lime for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta lc',1 for Six Months. - _vnm ?#f A ?lvertWnK.... For each Ad virrt?'iement of Tr'.N .:n<- ?.: ?. .?? (Over ?is) hrvl ?nscr?oiT. SO Cenia. V? lor c? b s*?b*cqur._t in.*vcr_on. __**> ?* & ??-.r SIX insertion?., or one week.$150 ?? ?7 (o? fwENTY-KiVK^r-?rrtions. 6 00 *_? iSsjVgcT Kay cri-menu at equally favorable rates. jfciiTi.'pec, Uoligicns and i> ancrai Notices, not exceedhst ? _ he**. '25 ccbi?s 0-Tho WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, (Or lf.C?._!!??r;.-.is published every Satorday morning, at the j^ pTii e of $2 per annum, in advance. *t __ E T RIB UN ?T . fbe ??-ren? Whig .Barbecue in Kentucky?. Correspondence??!'The Tribune. Krank kort, Ky., Oct. 27, 13.? ?e?terciay was the day for the '* Great Barbe? au-* given by the Clay Club of Una County $ Whig Member? of Corgres?. Monday, the Ui that myst persona started for th...

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

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3. -?'?-??;?? - ? WHIG. STATE DOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or xztrrvctLV. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, or rs-st-iN co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL F?RMAN, or Kiwcs. District. FOR SENATORS, I..II4BAEL OAI__E*-T_ of Rictini-n II JOSEPH JA!.?_?."-, of Visier. . II.t..A__X. C. 4.IB-40.1, of feb???Wy. ?rf?Sf_--l*g?!S_lH?] OOUNTYJTICKET. 6?*_/ Congressional Xominations. Third District.... J. PHIl-1-IPS PH?NTX. ./Wrt^'**^....J?H-'* H. WILI_IA!?f9. Fi/ti i*_f-?-*...._r?I__V B. -COLE.??. ___ iAffrtet..?BrAJO_.TOy FISH. i*0- REGISTER, GEORGE ElCtiELL. FOR ASSEMBLY, ROBERT -.-ITU. JOSEPH BLUNT, E. G. BALDWIN. JACOB ACKi-R, HORACE ST. JOHN, S?MITH DUNNING, A. A. ALVORD, JA'S B. BRINSMADE. HARVEY A. WEED, FLOYD SMITH, SAMUEL WEBSTER, CYRUS CHENERY, STEPHEN SAMMONS. Election Tuesday, Nov. 8?(one day only.) FT General Meeting.?The "Democratic Whip Young Men of the City and County of New-York, are re ??nested to meet at Washington Hall, Broadway,...

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

HP MONEY MARKET? Rale? at the Stock Exchange, Nor. 2. t.wnN Y.7*1MS.10041 5 Bk of Com.full 82 8 _S do I??.1C?* 50 Jett Fire Ina Co....105 ___- Y. 6.186-.89. 15Syr.it Utica R.100 iVwObio Sirtes, I860-.. 63 25 Stoning ton R. 15 ZfjjjJ, ?_?.slOtl 69 I 55 Del. it Hud. 80 Sot? _lrt*l do.SllKl vl~ _l|K--_IUO. _!J U'S! do.68i! 25 do._60d 85 D'la d-, .68$ 50 LonK Island R Co.... 49J _9__iK*ky ?ises.T5i .(?ONJersey R.6ms &5 |$? Kentucky Five**... 61_|_10 Harlem. 15* SECOND EOAftD. ??n New?York Sixes, 1862.891 ?XiCO New-York Sevrns, 1833..W>\ - ? \_r:'.tcrcinS and Z_onc7 Ulanen. Wednesday, P. M. Tue business of Ihc Boartl was light to-day and without oiterial change in rates. The sales of Slate Stocks were to moderate extent, and tbc market is still tending downward generally. Ohio ??xt.declined ? per cent.; State Sevens i. Foreijiu Exchanges are nominal at 6 a 6i; for Sterling and Francs -5 45 a 5 42J> Alabama funds arc in demand to-day at better rates, gales bave been made at 13J ...

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

THE TRIB?NE. The Irish Harp has long been celebrated for the wildnt?s and beauty of it3 music. The best players oa thi? instrument have been blind, so that blindneat? has become almost a sine qua non in a skilful Harper. There is between poetry andmu eic a fond alliance, and hence the ene always come? to the other', aid. The following beautiful lines on this subject are from the New-Haven Herald for which they were written by J. G. Percival. Esq. on occasion of Mr. Wall, the blind Har? per? Concert there. The Harper once in Tara'? halls. Rung loud the martial strain ; Nor were those full and stirring notes Struck by his hand in vain. They roused the son- of Erin, far To drive the invading foe : They fired tie heart that nerved the hand, To deal the avenging blow. In vest of green, the Harper sat Beside the royal throne, The golden chain, that slung his harp, ia pride around hirn thrown. Wide through tbe balls hi3 music rang, And warrior, leaped to hear ; Drew the blight sword, and s...

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

TOE "NEW-YORK TRIB?NE hii4_ed every morning at No. I?ONas 15 rtWt fiipposile the City HalU New-York, and deliv !____? Subscribers for NINE CENTS per wevk? ? lecopits Two Cents. Mail Subscribers, $4 00 per 5S in adtrance, and the paper in no roue oontinued _f_3rihe time for which It Is paid. Subscriptions ta _?_5 Six Months. rlems of Advertis-ig... ? For e_ ch Ad?*?nTl*?e_i_ntof ?_t__- or less (over six) first Insertion. 60 Cen??. *_T Sre- h iror??equeiit insertion. 26 " f" _,r ?ilX insertkm-t, or one week.$1 50 " tor TWENTY-FIVE bwertloni. 6 00 ?? *fU??er *?dvertJsmen?- at ?-?nally favorable rates. ?S?*W, Religion? and Funeral Notices, not exceetUng ;,._-*?.*?????* _r Th* WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a ?ery large pape, io* Jcooiilxy.is pubh-hcd e/cry Saiarday morning, at the -*:<?*? of $2 per annum, ijri ad*/??ice LATER FROM EUROPE. ?v the Caledonia, Capt. Lott, arrived at Bos ?__ ou Wednesday morning, London dales to the :5th nit. have been received, and Liverpool to the 1^,1,. Trade was dul...

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

THE TRIB?NE. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVE.MBER 4. .,,,. ,. , -*u- ? - ? , ? . ?_? S7 General -leetirag.?The Democratic Whig Young Men of tbe City and County of New-York, are re? queued lo meet a: Washington Hall, Broadway, on FRI? DAY ? VENIN G, Nov. 4, to respond lo tbe nominations of Merabm ot Assembly and Register. Hon. JOHN SARGENT of Philadelphia, Hon WM. HALSTJCDofNew. ersey Hon. JOSEPH L. WHITE cf Indiana, and other distinguished speakers are expected to be pr?ent *5y order of the General Committee of Democratic Whig Young Men, ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Cbzirman. FT- *Fo_rt_ Congreuional Uisttrict?Tbe Democratic Wbigs of the Sixt-, aeventh, Tenth and Tbu* leenih Wards, ?o_ipo_sg thi? DL?"rici, and all others wbo ?re in fi?vor of protecting our Laborirg Men?Mechanics Manufacturers. Merchants and Agriculturists-by a Tariff; ?i a Sound National Currency; an Equal Distribution oi the Proceeds of tbe Sal--of the Public Lands among the ?t?te?, and of H_*??v Clav for our next President,are re? que...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 November 1842

__________ MONEYJVIARKET. bal?? a* tbc -Stock Exchange, IVov. 3. fctw.V Y. 6s, 1262.-?-Hi ?*??? Greenwich Fire In*. W Sinrt do.?-?-H 75 Manliattan Fire I. Co S5 ?is_wN. Y. 6. I??? ??? -X* ,0 sy-"* ?? *-T*><-?- R.100 ?i-wiN* Y.7? 1848.11)0* 100 Long Island R Co.... 491 __-0N. Y. City 7?, '52. 10M lOOPaterson R.b9(M 43; tlr.n> Indiana BoniLi?20|, ?0 do.lOd 43 ??? do.b60d2f4|l_25 do.47J $S.000 do .20 '0 do.47j V,V>? Ohio Sixes, 1860... ?58* 10 Harlem.15' ?j P00 K'ky Si"*,.75} 200 do...15i L'.OOO do.....76 ' SECOND SOA-lD. ?S American Exchange Bank.58 ?OHnriem Railroad.Mod 35 ?commercial and Uloxter matters. Thursday P. M. tbe business of the Board was limited, and generally prie?* were depressed. Paterson declined i per cent-, and j?rlr-m ?. For Delaware 83? offered, 86 asked. ?Mohawk S3i offered, 33J asked. The ??ales ot State Stocks were cuusually large, and gen trally at former rate?. State Sixes improved {, City Sevens }. Kentucky ? ; Ohio Sixes declined ? Alabama funds...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 November 1842

From the New-Orlean? Picayune.| SISMONDI. Among the admirable writings of Miss Szva wick, it is stated that Madame Sismos di e pressed ber regret that her husband was so nei the allotted term of life, while " he had yet i much to do." "I wish," ?he ndded, playfull ""that I were nineteen, and mv husband twent one." Sismondi replied that he should not ca to live hi? life over again ; it had been so happ he should not dare to trust the chances ? Wise to the last ! for wisdom sure began The life of him who such a being ran : Wise at the first ! ah, there the secret lies, At the first starting only to be wise ! Oh, why should be that stern decree of fate, ?That wisdom ever should be learned so late And ah 1 how trammel'd still are all ?-ir joys By worldly error flinging in alloys ! Oh, better be Sismondi at his parting, Than any child of impulse at his starting! Happy Sismondi ! as thou wouldst not linger To trust the fickle point of Fortune s nnger, ?So many, many would long days resign...

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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