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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 November 1842

j ?? NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ?f, * viuhed every morning at No. 160Naa 1* !_-_(cWhe the City Hall.) New-York, and deliv __-f__i-fc-becrihers for NINE CENTS per week. f ?conies Two Cents. Mail Sobiicriber. $4 00 per 5l0?Jn in advance, and the paper in no case continued ?___! the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta ihr Six Mooths. ?evlrmi of Adver?sing.... For each Adve*-se__it of ..,Uf,*?orl??ss(ov_ su) first insertion. 60 Ceass. f?h ?bsequeat insertion... ? ? *T -?r -?IX iRseruons, or one week.$150 " t STWENTY-FIVE>ert.tms......... 5 00 ? , ?_? *i<I?ertisn-nts at equally favorable rates. t?f?a~w? Reiigioos and prierai Notices, not exceeding sr^ottrnmSceas*. rr The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for r_).ntrv. is p-bhsbed every Saturday morni-g, at tbe ?ice of $2 per annum, in ad-rance. THE TRIBUNE. _.ite.ar_ Xotic.s. I frf?cRT AKD VALUE OE THK PorUtAfc LECT.RIfSC, 6F the I Bit: A Dr?ourse pronounced before -the Literary So I orbes ?'llje Uni v*>rs!ty of Vermont, August ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY ?MORNING. NOVEMBER 5 PRINCIPLES OF THE WHIG PARTY. (>a DEFINED BY MSNRY CLAY-] A 8o?i?d Natio*<__ C.aRE??CY, regulated by d?e will and authority of the Nation ; , __-*>_?? A? adboc-te Revekue, witb fair Protecdon to A_**enc-n Jdst Re-T-aihts ow the ExRctmvE Power, embracing a fortber restriction on tbe Exercise of tbe yeto ? A FaITHFUL -DMINISTJUTIOIf OF THE **?*r\?L*f?& witb a?, equitable Duiributioaof the Prc-c?*-?**-of _*-_-? of it am-Dt; all the Slate*- ; _._,. __ ___ ANH0.1E3T AND KCOWMICAL *??l??%?ZJLZo{ Go-KEKNMENT.leaviiie r abite Ot_cer? perfect Irteedom of Tbo?r?ianailS.foc of Smlra^; bot w?b suable restraint, ?eairt-t improper faierlereace in Election?; aSa??SSmS."Vth*s ?5-?r,TiT.Tio?, imitur. tbeincom. bent of Uie Pretndenti-i Office 10 a smgle term._ WHIG?- STATE DOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or SfNTCCI-T. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTKER B?IADISH, or rt? Me lin co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, OF KING?. District. FOR SENATORS. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 November 1842

MONEYJ?ARKET. -aj?, at ?he mock Exchange, lfor. 4 ,K'ky Sixes,.75$ iK_^e!^r.::_"m ? > S_? -O I860.68 i I !^Indiana Bonds.... 20 ,100 Harlem.s?5d 14* ?\%Ntcdyh^':fl^ 60 Fzrmei-" Loan.13 5 Ohio Trust Co.59 12 Atlantic M. In*. Co.. 100 J0Syr.it Ut'.caR.100 10 Canton Co. .7* ??Ifl Indiana -.?-?nu?.... _?- ?v.--_.??.??? .. .?.__ n, ??r?_,hanicsB?nk. 58 5ft do. 14* ? ?Von Bank.100 | 25 Stonmgton R.... s20d 15 5_knf Com.fell 82 ! SO do. 15 ___fcHod.,c?d 86 , 50 Longliland.sSOd 49 3?-tucky3ank.42"| 50 do.b60d 19 SECOND BOARD. v* Long Wand Railroad.49 . _C-ntB*,Cotnr,any** . 17* I ??) New-York Sixes, 1862.89J I ?EUrlem Railroad. 15 j j? do do .b?-15" Commercial and money ?flatter?.. Friday, P. M. There was a moderate amount of sales to-day at the * B0?rd without material -ifTerei.tr? in ratet. New.York i g^te Stocks were firm. City Sevens sold at 103. Ken I ,;C!iy and Ohio Sixes declined *? per cent." Alabama continues at 13 with fair demand. Columbus j jpeeie t- 2 per cent-; Macon 2J per...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 November 1842

MARY STAR. BY WM.jar__u._ic_t. "Mid the odorous breath of flower?, And night'* quiet noon above? In the ?hade of forest flower?, Kneeling, told I of my love; Spirit of voices tell from far, And upon our tryeting lonely, Looked the eyes of angels only ? Mary Star. Not as evening light? that steal One by one through purple skies? Didst thou, lovely one, reveal Thy rare beauty's paradise; Like the full orb'd moon afar, Bursting through the cloud-rift hoary, Shon'st^thou in thy perfect glory? Mary Star. Brightly flashed thine eyes on mine Eyes of midnight, dark and deep As tie cherub-eyes that shine, Over chil<ihocid's rosy sleep, Ere th? cur*e bath shown its scar: And my brain with a strange gladness, Thrilled until I felt a madness, Mary Star. Thou'st to roe a temple shorn?? Where a glorious seraph sung Low, sweet ditties, all alone, O'er a harp forever ?strung, Te some music caught from far ; Why wast thou to me so tender, In tby maiden'9 morning splendor, Mary Star/ How my Being'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 November 1842

EHE NEW-YORK TRIBU V" ?nablisbed every morning at No. )6( ?.-street, (opposite the City HallA New-York. am ?Sticitv Subscribers for NINE CENTS r?r v eZlecopies Two Cekts. Mail Subscribers, $4 i_.om. if' advanci?. and the paper in no case oot ?mai Hie time for which it is paid. Sabscripti S ?br Six Months. ^uiiil'ifi-dTiilliinr rnrraih iliin il_hn_lm rift hn**s or l<**8S (over six) first insertion. 60 ?? for ea b rabs?**qn?*?Bt insertion. 25 _T for SIX iBsertions. or one week.*l SO S tor TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 00 lenzer Adrerasmeats at equally favorable rates. ptfa Religiom aRd fruneral Notices, not etc? ; j?|i_?.?Bec?--? j ey Tb? WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a ?ery large pap .te country, u pub!i?Jie?l eve_ry Saturday mornine. it pnce of ft ppr annum, in advance. ^ H?Pr R1B iFNE. Chooae Ye ! Loco-Focoism, to increa.e the property c E Stockbroker, stops the Public Works, turn t_h_u*..'*.?l* ?** Laboring Men, depresses the of the Farmer's produce, suffers Works which cult tbe State Millions o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 7, 1842. PRINCIPLES OF THE WHIG PARTY. [AS DEFINED BY HENRY CLAY.] A SovsD National Ct-RaKXCY, regulated by ibe will and anthority of the Nation ; An ade .cate RCTCmrz, with fair Protection to American Industry; Jt'ST RtsTRAiNTs on the ?xECfTivE Power, embracing a further re-triction on the Exercise of the Veto ; A Faithful A__*"11nist*at!on of the Public Domain, with an equitable Di?iribolionof the Proceeds of the Sale? of it ?moni; all the State? ; An Honest ano Kcosomical Auministration or th?. GovEiiNMENT, leaving Public Officer? perfect freedom ol Thought and of the Right ol Suflra*?** ; but with suit*?.).?* rem-rainli against improper ?r.'.erierf/'.ce in JCiecilons, An Amend*??ENTo. the Constitution, limiiin?. tue incum bent of the Presidential Office :o a single term. WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF KENTUCKY. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRAPISH, OF FRANKLIN CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, OF KINGS. District FOR SEN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 November 1842

et Tie ".nitric-"*. .Museum opens rich this week. New ?__-__t--f*-t sc?*nery. ?,roP curtains, -re. in ihe Lecture *iZm Dr V^'ertine, tbe LiU-puiian Family of ten per ??_,r? Mis? Hood, Celeste, the Gipsy Fortune Teller, Torr.'Tow morning the celebrated Fejee Mermaid ?i am**?? t?m Boston, where her ladyship h-.s astonished ??Wd-ffv^ter?. m %rr There will be a splendid performance to-niebt at the ???.jar* Museum, "?ir. C. D. Jenkins, the Comic Define __| S?ger -nrf Banio player i Master Frank Diamond-, LfBnyre. the Comic Singer: Rosalie, Wright and 1>?]_ _" arpea*"- A _rand Ethiopian ExUavaganza will uke isce m wn',*l, Dinmood Jenkins, Boyce an.l Wright per ffm,' The two inner per-onate tbe gentler sex. ?Such a Sfof dark Li?!.?'*, are not often seen, one being six feet (?ree. the other ?akirg up in breadth what he i* deficient intiirt-t- ?____ . ry The Manager of the ?New York .Museum determined ?I i_ be dfetaiJCe- in the rare for public favor announce*, ft*'.be *?!? *ui",fi a -^t H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. For Tbe Tribune. Protection to our Indnstry. Mr. Editor: I have read wiih much ?atufar t'on yoQr argumenta in favor of ProtfT?ion to the labor of our country by a just and discrirninatin?* Tariff. It is a subject which I fear i? not suffi c??ntly understood by a large propon ion of our in? dustrious mechanic?, ?aboteri, farmers, and in fac? ail the producing rlat-e?. Bein" myself a manu facturer, and from youth baviof daily toiled at my profession to procure the eomforf? and ne-c*** ?aries of life. I fe*?! a deep ttnd abiding inter???' "* the welfare and bapphwM of my brother mechan? ics; *tnd through \our clurnns I wish to address them, not that I ecu speak to thrm in language more proper, or tuga argument? better than you bave advanced, vet ? h?** *** ?*?o_i o? my own that ? em fully convinced an- founded In tnstb, and I want to havo them en. mined, and if they ar? erroneous prove thrm ?o. and ? will cheer filly acknowledge my err-r Notion ? Th" H"??r?ge value of lb? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 November 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Tsooblisbed every morning at No. 160Na? esu-s?ret, (opposite the City Hall,) New-Vork,and deliv Vced to C'ty ,-abscribers for NINE CENTS per week.? Siuglecopies Two Cents. Mail Subscribers, $4 00p*T tnnnm. in advance, and the paper in no case oontinued Itfyand the time for which it is paiiL Subscriptions Ul? ken for Six Months. Terms *>f Adver?sing.... For each Advertisement of TiiN lines or less (over sis) first, uisertion. 60 Ceatt. ... forea h subsequent insertion. 25 a da Ibr SIX insertioi?, or one week.$150 ?*? c?a torTWENTY-FIVK^nsertions. fi 00 " Longer Adv_ rtisnient. at ?..____al?y favorable rates. Marri.-ig?*?, Uejigions and Fanerai Notices, not exeeedlnj fi re Un?!-*. 25 cests. ET Tb? WEICKLY TRIBUNE, a very large pap?, fbr the Country? >* pubhslied every Saturday ?-aorning. at the f,v pnce of $2 per annum, in advance. JTHE TRIBUNE. The Tariff Triumphant. No party ties, no Regency bonds, no devotion so men and no hollow profession? of loud-mouth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3. PRLVCIPLES OF THE WHIG PARTY. [AS DEHSED CY HENRY CLAY-] A Sot'iiD National Ccrrcxcy, repuiated by ibe will and authority of the Nation ; Aw adequate K-v_*?xe, widi fair Protection to American lodu?ry ; Jost Rat.TRAtNTs on THK ExEccTiv? Power, embracing a further restriction on the Exerci?*/- of the Veto ; A Faithkui. Admini?tration of the Public Domain, will, an equitable 0;>iriho;ionof the Proceeds, of the Sa-'es of St am*?ug all the S'?.tes ; A.?? Hone-st and Economical Administration or the Gove.nment, ?eavinir ?'.bi'c Office? perfect freedom of Thonrjht anil of Uie Right of SutTrag?? ; bul with suitable restramiH ?gainsl imoroper -n-erlcr.xce in Elections; An Ambn-sient of the Constitutiok, limiting the incum? bent of the Presidential Office 10 a single t.r-ii. '??'"-????c.-rf"'^ WHI& STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF KENTUCKY. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, OF FRANKLIN CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, OF KI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 November 1842

MONEY JVIARKET. i at the HtovH ate Ts 1843.... 10?. te ?S?. 1SC2.***** ??le? a? ?-hc ??-*????*?** ??change. Nor. 7. '?w .tateTs 1843....1?. 2?ti Harlem.>?0<i 15 ?iEfrStati* 6s. 1M2.W P__f_t*v r,iv7i '52. 109. 15 15 do. **5? ??f, d?- .W-*0*- ' 50 do.stwk loi 2. Del._.Hud. 89 ?0 Loag Island II It.49 40 Boat. 4. Prov R.85 10 Norwich _. Wor.16 SECOND ?.I-..1KI). IDihoag Island.-?I s'on-.nirr?*i?l nnd Money Mutter*. Monday P. M_ f __e sates to-ilay were limited and withont much ciiaoge. It?^aM. Bank and Harlem advanced i ; Delaware sold 8t 85. *n improvement of 3 per cent on the last sales. State ?itock? *'<"** ?irm ; "--'-y 7''i 80,c* ai ?*4 P**1" cent There i* not a great deal doing in Foreign Exchange? We .u'*?**** Sterling 5} a 6; Francs 5 ?15. Alabama bas improved slightly. There is some demand ?wl *??*ry 1 tile offering. Sale? at 13A discount. Planier?." ii jjen.'Ii'i't"' which was selling at 20 in the evening went up ?add?.!/ to 30 a 3.5 discount Some doubt was felt at Mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. American Notks, BY Boz.?We extract the following passages from this new work?all for which we to-day have room. We shall speak of it again ere long. THE FALLS OF NIAGARA. Between 5 and (?' o'clock in the morning we ar? rived at Buffalo, where wc breakfasted, and, being too near the Great Falls to wait patiently anv whete else, we'set off by the train th*? same morn? ing at i?. . Whenever the train halted, I listened for the roar; and was conitantly straining my eyes in the direction where I knew tbe Falls must be, from seeing the river roiling on toward them, ev? ery moment expecting to behold tbe spray. Within a few minutes of my Mopping I s*w two great white cloud, rising up slowly nnd majesiical.y from the depths oi the earth. That was all. At l-._th we alighted; and then, lor the first time. I beard th** mighty rush of water, and felt the ???round tremble underneath my feet. '1 lie book was very steep, and was slippery with rain and half-meJoid ice. I hardly know bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 November 1842

T5S ?SEW-YORK TRIB?NE ?rtfrf.abed everv morning at No. 160Nas -__areet ?<>*>P"*i?-?*' -he City Hnlld New-York, and deliv? " *T| ?, i-.'u'f '-flJvcriters for NINE CENTS per w?k. v -j-j^cr. .?es Two Ck NTs. Mail Subscriber. $1 00 per ,-ii-Uiii. m HiWanre, and the paper in no case continued ?yo?ti' ibe unie for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta? keu for Six Month?. _>tnts vf Advertisinii?...For each Adrenlsejneiit of r__\ ln*?*sorl?-?s(()v<y's-"') first insertion. ?0 0___. A,' for ea I? subsequent insertion. 25 " %? irr ?"?X in?<*rtio:i5.f?r?>ne week.$150 " ?o] |_?T TWCl-iTY-FIVK tnsertlooa. 5 ?30 ?? Longer A?lvertismeuU at t-u ?-??ly favorable rates. ?.ama).?*. Ueli!_r*on? and Funeral Notice?, not exceeding ^,,Hoa*,. 25 cents. XJ Th? WKF.KLV TKIBlJNB.a v?_-jr targe paper, fbr mm Country, is published every Saturday morning;, at ?? once oi %2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. ?_____ - ? Tu*..*--* ?" THE K*'N0S or Knguand. From the Old lUsto n__.ii*- By Stki-he?....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 November 1842

_THE TRIBUNE_L_ WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9. FOR PRESIDE?T, HENRY CLAY, or KE.xTCCi-r. XT Central Clay Committee.?A reralar tn^et ngof thu Cotarrtiuee, will be held at National Hall This E?eni??K, Nov.... at 7 o'clock J. IS. REYNOLDS, Cbairman. John T. Dodge, < ?-,.,-?30??. D. A.?ts?. Mein, . Bt^e^tn}* n9 The Election. The Whigs are beaten ia this City, beaten in King? County, and we suppose beaten in trie State. The storm of yesterday, so violent in tbe morning, was against us ; but the battle was nobly fought notwithstanding. The Whig?* are disheart? ened, their opponents inspirited, when an Election opens with a tempest; but our men proved them -rlve? no fair-weather politicians yesterday. Up to Ihe close of the Polis w* were led to believe, by the reports which reached us from most of tbe Ward*, thet a majority of the Whig County Ticket was carried. The returns which cam- in through the evening proved that we had ben: crossly mis? informed. Tho foco-Focoahave carried the Ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 November 1842

MONEY Ji?JtKET. ?alea at tbe m-oclc Exchange, Nor. 8. ION Jersey R.60$ 10 do.6. lOOPatery-n R.43 7.5 Stoning ton R. 1_H 25 do.ISi 25 do. 15i 10 Bost. k Prov R.85 25Utlca Railroad.115 60 Syr. it. Utica R.100 ?i ?iri Trea NotesS prct. 100 {!S5n.y? -5*.iw....g ?iws.? do. ?-'S ??}?? Ohio Sixes. I860... 6&? $*S N. Y. la JMS.101 ?l>> K'k.v Sixes,.76 ?si 3lecha??!cs Bank.53 *_Bkof Com.fulia2 J7 do.scrip 30 SECOND BOARD. 15 jijares Mutual Insurance Co.90 Commercial and money TOatter*. Tuesday, P. M. There was ? moderate business to-day at tbe Board, and at full prices. Stoningion advanced J. State Stocks have an improving tendency. State Kives went up J ; Sevens i; Ohio Six? 1 j ; Kentucky Sixes $. Treusury Notes are heavy, the demand having falles off" very much. A ?ale was made at the Board at par. . We notice no change in Foreign or Inland Exchange; S?er?ing 5. a f> ; France 5.45 a 5.42J ; Mobile 13i a 134. Li reJati'?n 10 the Seventh Ward Bank, we understand it has only $??...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. Tfce SI**v*e Cause-? Two Kermon? ?n ibe i?nb ject by Rev. J. 1*1? rpout. Correspondence of The Tribune. IJo?to..,Nov. 7.?M2 The case of George Lutimer, the fugitive slave, continue* to excite a very deep and absorbing in? terest and sympathy in this community. It is not only a topic of conversation in the &tr??et*, shop? and stores, and in numerous Social ?.ircles, but is a subject of thought and excitement in many religi? ous congregation?. Nor is the excitement by any ?_a__aD?co'it.ned to the city, hut extend.? *' into all the region ryund about." in two places, Lynn and Hiogbam, large public meetings have been held nnd resolutions pa-ised of the mo?t stirring ano indignant character. On Saturdiy last it was ex? pected the case would be decided by Jud'e StOQ and multitudes came in from the country to wit n?*as the re_ult. The sicknes* of ihe Judge w_u assigned ?_s the cause of an adjournment tiil to? day, (Monday,) and before I close this letter 1 may, perhaps, be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 November 1842

fffl NEW-YORK TRIB?NE . _?hl'?hed every morning at No. IGONas* " ' llo-~- .opi-.-w.te the City Hall.l New-York,and deKv 2!?._ c 'tv ?liwartb-ew for NINK CENTS per we?*.? ?fnffiecopie* Two Ce.-tts. Mail _**nb??cril>e*., $4 00 per ?nn?m in advance, and the paper in no ??se continued bevon*? tbe time for which it Is paitL Snhscriptions ta? ken for Six .".lonths. Terrai *?>.*" Advert? sing.... For each Ad vertlaement of .2) ,inft or i,-.? (,-?ver six) first inTertinn. 60 Cents. ._.. .-.'.t..r.i?cnt innertinn_ 25 u 60 ?? .7" ;or?*a b subteqeeat in*.rt__?n. 25 '_.. -or SIX insertion?, or one week.$1 , far ?MA ;??* I L??'w*. v?. ?. u_r ?> ?r? ......... $i ou __! jorTWRNTV-FIVE^niertiona.6 00 irt-urT A?ivertismf nt* at ?*-_iual!y favorable ratet. J^-iijje. BeliRTou? aad Funeral Notices, not eiceetlinf ?,'e EC?*? a-c?*?*-?* ^TH? TRlBUN?r Boz's New Work. AjfimcA*? Notes roa General Circulation. By ? cuj?l? Dickens. By a certain class of American critics this book bai been laid upon t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10: FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or KMTOCKY. I-styp^Trted "flojoritiee for Gorrrner. Bouck. Bouck. Bradish. Suffolk ... 1200 Greene ... 500 Albany... 250 Queens ... 4.r*0 Schenect'y 260 Fulton... 150 King? .... 350 Montgom'y 500 Total 400 Richmond. 191 Herkimr-r. 1100 New-Yotk.2080 On?-*;da .. .1000 Westch'r.. 800 Columbia . 600 "?yuk's ma}, ?o Roekland.. 607 R??nssellaer 103 -ar 10,741. Oranp....700 Toial.lfTil ^ Dutches? .. 700 We think the balum*? of the State will some? what reduce ihis, but are by no means sanguine. If any body can find a return worse than _urs from any County, be may suppo-ie that the right one. We have a report that a Whig is elected to the Assembly from Orange, but do not believe it. We r_ight have elected a Congrressman from Green?, j and Columbia, but took rare not to. The School Qneatlon, Now that we have got through a third Election without violence, in the fttee of u most dangerous infusion of sectarian hitternesn i...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 November 1842

?MONEY MARKET. ?Oj?n r%t the fttock Exchange? Noy. 9 ? i?>f,Trea N?>tes?orct.lOO t 30 Kentucky Bank ._-11 ?VtooN* Y. ***? I84??.??'I ,iOStoningtonR....l??Od 16 ^?XliVY'.CitvTs '?? 1'H 25 d? .60d 16-, '?-?-l'?iivS?. 12?0. 83i 15 do. IS swwJCiiy S*. 1_70...... 83i *S*0t? Ohio Sixes, 18**0- ? ? '0, $? do i,-'*:.*_" _Pb?"?."" Bank.??" "* S Del t Hod.sl2m 85 10 Natiooal Bk.? 81?, ?9 Bk of Com.lull 82 ' 16* 1*. 25 do.blOd l.r>3 60 do.f_0d 15. 50 Mohawk.blOd 85 25 do.35 5 do.34j 1-5 Long Island R R.43$ SECOND board. ?5 M?l-a-*k Railroad.b30d 3?i ?j ?io do .34* 5 do ?lo .bSd 341 4?e?-?u-ercii.l nnd "tl.ni??-. iflntters. Wednesday, P. M. There w-.. but a m*vlc"-_le bus'ines* done at the Brokers' Beard tc-day. bat rates gtnerally were firm. Sioning.on ?od 5If>ba?*vk improved i per cenL Long Island was heavy, ^?liB? at 43'- Kor Delaware 00 was offered, 95 a?ked. garlera. 15 offered, 15? asked. Xbe sales of Sute Stocks were not large, but at improved rite*. &**** *>**'? **ns ...

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. — 10 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. ?r.'o? rh? and Politic*. The last number of * The Democratic Review ' contains a very fine translation by Ho.. \. H. EvtRETT of some spirit?*-! Tenu** emit.*? 1 'The Funeral of Goethe," from tor Getmau of Harro Harrisg. As th?* translator .-*.v-*,th"rr i. ufaovfn right. straight forward, bu*, la?*??- air' in the ?.tanza*? v/bich strtrn.M ?inirerity upon ttV'tn : bot tti**y are meat bitter in their condemnation of the iHu-triou* Artist betau?!?*.* ho did not ?-fhoose to make hi? j-reat poetic genius subservient to the political regenera? tion of Germany, and because he censured the utrocities of the French Revolution. Th.: writer I00?13 upon all gift.-* a3 be-Uuwcd by Gad on.y for the purpose of elevating Man in his political and social relations: that a Poet should Isrve hi*. Ar! for its own sake, he cicern--? treason to Trut.i and to Right. H arrimo, in closing, says : *' Therefore it u, all-gifted a? thou wert, With God'* heM trite of genius and *f ?race, That I prono...

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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