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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 November 1842

? Ifb NEW-XORK TRIBUN*. jf published every morning at No. 160 Nas? MU^ireei, (opposite the Ctt; Hall,} New-York, and deliv ered to City subscribers forNlNB CENTS per week.? Single a?p?es Two Cents. Mail Subscribers, $4 Of? per junan?, m advance, and the -?per ,n ^ caw? oont?hued beyond rhe time for which il ?? paid. Subscription.?, ta? ken for Six Months. Tprms _f Advertising*.... For each Advert! .?rment or 'tiS lines or less <over six) first ?..crtion. 60 Ceiiu .__. ior ea h sob-.e-'jueni iiisei-?oj..... 25 .. liiv ior *>IX i__?*rtiojts or one w_?||. "?] so .. S?* torfwKNTY-FlVK>ertio,_.\96 M ?? Longer Adverasmenu at eyuaily fe?o_ab_e rates. Marria*?**. ReJiff?os aad Funeral Njticcs, not exceeding f? te ?n?s. 25 cents._ * THE TRIBUNE. MESMERISM. The following sketch of Animal Kagnotism, which for Home years past has excitcc s0 much attention in this country, arid which has bien much talked about aud so little understood, *s from a notice in the London Times of Branek's Di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY ?MORNING, NOVEMBER 11. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY (LAY, or kejitocky. The ReaaZt n_*d it? Import. Sntt Unsatisfied ? The En .u?r??r and the Tribune, both demur to the decision of th*" people in tbe re-cent elec? tion, and d?*cl*?re their determination to appeal to them again in 1?___ We did hope for the peace ?nd prosperity of the country, these excitinp and per?/?-, tins orzan? of the Whig party woold have ?riven up tbe Lope of ultimate tuc ?**?**??, Luckily for tb?w prints, it.. - can nftord to face the flames ol discord, and have tbe ability to continue t>?e war though at the ruin o? those wbr?n. tbey affect to tene. I? is ?.eeplr to be regretted that a ? aune falling into the sear and yellow leaf, every where els*?, bbould find *o many sup porters as it dr_-s here. It is als?? a source of _v_ nirratuia tion too, to find that at every conflict with purer and nonier ( principle!, its d__tb ?5 found rapidlr approacl.iHR. "?** write not thus l?ecau*e ?*?- are eow *j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 November 1842

MONEY MARKET. -.,..???? '*! *-***-* ?K-ccl-? Excbange, Not. 10. 5 Ohio Trust Co.58 15 Washington In Co... 524 5fl Harlem. 15 no do. 15J 20 UticnR.I Mi 25 Stoning ton R. 16 $1.000 N? V.7SI-5?.?01* ?_!?_*_? do . l'_ ^SStotie&rit?.g $i,coo do IIJ500 '|o i-'iOO Ohio Sixes, I860... 7 ?MS do.bDOd 7fU 25 do.l?S0d IG? ?oCO ??o I336.70- 25 Mohawk R.Mm 35 .?KliofCora.lull ?So 50 do. '?1$ J9 do.scrip!? I SECOND BOARD. 5 Clica k Sehenectady Railro**.?!. n^ ?\}orataercitxl and ?73?tsey DI atiera. Thursday P. M. Tbi ?sales at the Brokers' Board were again small to-day, ?,-eji?ing of the Slate Slocks, in which the transactions .-jcbed 835,000, al improving prices. Slate Severn ad ijD?.J ' p<r cei.U, Six.?? i, Obio Sixes -J. For Cuy Sevens, ig!-"" IP _ ??a* bid. StoniHgton improved i. In foreign Exchange there is very little doing, remitters i ?waiting for the steamer. We quote Sterling 6 a 6*. Francs i ***** jo Dome?tic hills the market is rather quiet, and Alabama ?getting worse. Sales Mob...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 November 1842

MMBgMM(BgBBHBjgBSBHBBg_gM?S SONO, BV OLtVER WENDELL HO?-MKS. [Svag at the Mercantile Library Dinner at If?blo's.] A health to dear Woman '--?be bid? us untwine, From the cup it encircle*, the fa*l-cuniting vine; Bot her cheek in its crystal with pleasnr?* will glow, And mirror its bloom in the bright wave below. A health io tweet Woman'.?the day* are no ??ore When she watched for her lord till the revei was o'er. And smoothe?! the white pi'low.anrt blush?-?! when he cam? As she pressed ter ?"-?M lips on his forehead of flame. Alas for tbe loved one ! too spotless and fair The joys "f his ban<*u**t io -hasten and share; Her eye lost its !i_ht th-it hi? goblet might ?hnv . And the ro-_ of her cheek was dissolve.! in his wiac. Joy smiles in the fou.taio, health _. w. ?;? ihe rill?, As their ribbands of silver uotviud from ihe hills: They breathe not the mist oi ihe bacchanal'*orean. Bot ihe lillies of innocence fhjat ou the ?tream. Then a health and a welcome to vv0(wan once wore. S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 November 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIB?NE untiblishrd every morning at No. 1G0 Nas ?ii-tr?et. topposite the City Hall.) New.York.and deliv er^dio City cSubscribers for NINE CENTS per week? HfarteCOpies Two Cents. Mail Subscribers, %4 00 per annum, m advance, and the paper in no case continued bryoml tlie time for which it Is paid Subscriptions ta? len for Six Months. Tenrn -f Advertising... .For each Advertise?teat of T?N line?! or le? (over six) fir*t insertion. _0 Cent* ?la. tor ta h subnequeBl In^rt'ion.... 26 " ?- 'or SIX ?Hsen??)n*-or one w#*e_.$150 " ?ci. lorTWKNTY.FIVK^nser?ons. 6 00 ? Longer Aii*-"rt5smeau at euu-lly favorable rates. Marn--***. R**ligx)ns and lt_nerr_ Notices, not exceeding S?c _c?s. 25 cents. _ _ THE TRIBUNE. jnr. K.MCKERCOCKKR for 1342. John Allen, 139 Nassau street The ?November number of this -?tcrling Maja zinc is well filled with literary matter of its usual Btamp- 'Edward Alordand hisPlay-f?llow.' is con c!tide?i. It is an excellent tale?conveying useful ?eason-i for die ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 November 1842

_____________??_?_! TEE "Ri;. UNE. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12. i'O? PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, OP _.**1.T_"C*?*T. *__i ? . ____= -=*'? ?!.... O* Advertises will bear in mmd tbat adrer?aemenis in? tended for Monday's paper rotat he sent in by 10 o'clock this evening, ac our pobiH-stii-o office ? sot open on Sun? days. Tbe rate? for adveK-t?iag, m view of the extensive ?circulation of thin paper, are very reasonable, and in all eases are payable in advance. ?jy Tbe November number of ihe Soulhern Literary. Messenger arrived last evening and u for sale at this office Price JC cents. Agents supplied at the usual duconn* XT The Whig Almanac arid United Sute? Regt-t*r for .?S, for ?ale at this o?ke. Sln?le copie? 12* cents, V- per dozes, |7 per 100. _ EFThe Letter of Gen. Jam? Hamixto.* of South Carolina to John C. Calboun ha* for some time been public, but we could not make room for it until after tbe Election. We place u m our columns this -norning. ?*<- *??**- -*?r ?- a calm con? sid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 November 1842

MONEY MARKET. ? gaie? aft tbe Stock JE-cha-ge, Nov. 11. _A*iV.V.Lr?an.l858... 53 i 1? ?k of Com.fuU-?a* _?._/ioN. Y- 7s I'M??? mil ? Aroer. Ex. Bk.58 g f. ??K*ky Six.?-*. ?'?Si 30 IV. Y. Marine Ins.85 __M0 Ohio ?Six?. 185G... 70 I 30 Harlem. 151 _4'o.-o ?llftiol-i 6*. ITro-18 225 Mohawk R..35 ?i'nori do.?-Od 15 50 do.34| ]6 Union Bank. 99 | 25 Stonington R....s30d 164 ?ECO*<D BOARD. ?io ??!??>. ___?_ tttioraerci-l and money ITC ait? r*. -"?UDAV, P. M. tbe saler- ut tbe Broker.' Board to-day were small, and without iUtliclcnt alt.ralion to notice. About 20,000 State Seven? ?M ?*? 101', City Five? improved J, and Kentucky ; per cent. * Foreign Eixlwog- aie fluiut, with not many bills effer p,j. We ?riote Sterling 8 a 6{. Frances 5 ? a 542*, with limited tales. Alabama i:- v or-e to-day. opening at 14$ and closing -t IS. at whicb it li difficult to make sales. VVf .uott- ? Postor.? ?" ?jApsilachicoIa.I? a 2 Philadelphia.{ a ".?Mobile.15*a 16 Beitimor?-.1 o i Montgomery.? a ? Virg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 November 1842

From ? Sonnet?, by Edward Moton." HUMAN LIFE. Ah, what is life! a dream witain a dream ! A pilgrimage, from peril rarely fret! A barque that sail? upon a changing sea, Now sunshine and now storm ; a mountain stream. Heard, but scarce seen, ere to die dark deep gone ; A wild star blazing with unsuady beam, Yet for a season fair to look upon, Like as an infant ou Affection'?? knee. A vouth now full of hope and transient glee. in manhood's i^eerles? noon now bn?.ht. anon, A lime-worn ruin, silvered o'er with year-, Life is a race, wberc slippery steps arise. Wbere discontent and ?*_rrow are the pme. And when the goal is won, the grave ??ppeais. GEN. HAMILTON'S LETTER* Lowdo. , Sept- % 1142. To the Han. John C. Calhoun : Mr Dear Sir:-If I have addressed this let? ter to you, it is not alone from the justification ?whicb I find in the recolle ?tions of an old and cherished friendship, but from the fact that! de? sire to attract the public attention to it? object, through the instrumental...

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

ttm N&W-YQRK TRIBUNE IipnblUhed erery morning at No. IGONas M-street. ^opposite the City Halu New-York, and delir t-rrtJ tn ?;tv ??abs<-rihers for NINE CENTS per week.? Single copies Two CeiJts. Mail Subscribers, $4 00 per annum, in advance, and Use paper in no case continued wvopd the limp for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta kfh for Six .Months. I rr,\'A ?tAd?ertuing.... Kor each Ad ver?*rnj*m of f?'i Laer, or Ipss (o?er six) first insertion. 60 Cents ,\i Utt fa h ?ubv-queai insenion. 25 14 fcr MX iKsertjonv or one werk.tl 50 " :,; TWFNTY-FIVB^nsertJont. 6 00 " tonjjer Advertismenu at e^nalty lavorabie rate*. ',{.,? . v., uviigioost?*d Pnocral Notices, not exceedinf ctr fin*s. T> ce?t-._ ~~TH E TRI B U I E.~" The Winter Lecture*. We have now tairly entered upon the Lecturing Season- Both the principal Literary Associations hre already commenced the .series, and the others, we understand, v. ill sor;n be prepared to imitate their example. The System of Popular Lecturing...

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

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 14. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, of KESfTOCKY. IT The Editor of Tbe Tribune is obliged to request those ?who wish to see him personally to call between tbe hours of 8 and 9 A. M. or 5 and I P. M. il they can conveniently do so. The absolute necessity of devoting some hours un? interruptedly lo b is duties constrains him to make this re? quest, IT The Memoir of MrCoy is for sale at this office. j XT A German Printer, capable of conducting a German Whig Newspaper, may hear of an excellent opportunity cf j establishing himself in business by calling at this office be tweec 9 and 10 o'clock. nM 2t ET Tbe name of Hart appeared by mistake In a list of j notables in " A Word to Gor. Bouck" on Friday. It did not belong in tbat category. ^_ XT The November number of the Southern Literary. -Messenger arrived last evening and is for sale at this office Price 60 cents. Agents supplied at the usual discount IT The Whig Almanac and L'niled States Register for 1...

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

i '^ MONE?MARKET. (Ule* a? tls?> Stock Exchange, Nor. 12. ,."S atatr 6s, 1862. 92 I 5 Amer. Ex. Bk.68 ^f nion Bank.100 10 Washington In Co... 52* *Lnfnit B%nk.TO 25 Mohawk.sSOd 34$ .S'do.724 100 Harl?. 15 iUkofCom.?crip 90 100 do.?.b60d IS ^ do.??? 82 !l(K? do.s60d 14$ second board. fVo sales. _ ?ommercial ttu?l dloney IVIattera. I Saturday P. M. i transactions at the nock board were small to-day yd wilbonl change worthy of note except in Phenix Bank, f which improved $ per cent. The only sale of State Stocks * waj40d0 State Sixes, 1862, at 92, an improvement of 1, ;J per cent. For City Sevens 103$ bid, 104$ asked. For Deia 1 y,ve 91i bid, 93 a?ked ; Long Island 48* bid, 4SI asked. Foreign exchange continues steady atC a 64, for Sterling, i 5 43 a 5 424 f?" Francs. The transactions were limited. Alabama is without demand, dull at 16 discount. On other 'I points there is no variation. Planier?? and Merchants' nominally at3(?discount, Central 25 discount. StephenG. Austin. Esq. of ...

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

SONNETS, EY WORDSWORTH. J. -Milton ! thou ?hoaldst be living at this hour ! England hath need of thee ; she is a fen Of stagnant waters; altar, sword and pen. Fireside, the heroic wealth of hall and bower, Have forfeited their ancient English dower Of inward happiness. We are selfish men ; Oh ! raise us up, return to us again ; And give us manners, virtue, freedom, power. ITiy soul teas lilui a star, and dicdt apart, Thon badst u voice whose sound was like the sea. Pure as the naked heavens, majestic, free. So didst thou travel on Life's common way, In cheerful godliness; and yet thy heart The lowliest duties on herself did lay. ?kf.aT men have been among us; bands that peuned And tongues that uttered wisdom, better none ; The later Sidney, Marvel, Harrington. t Young Vane, and others who called Milton friend. These moralists could act and comprehend : They knew how genuine glory was put on j Taught us how rightfully a nation shone In splendor : what strength was, that would not ben...

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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE l$pobll?hert every morning at No. 160Nai san-sueet, (opposite the City Hall,) New-York,and deliv? ered to City Subscribers for NINE CENTS per week.? Siosrlecopies Two Cents. Mail Subscribers, $4 60 per annum, in advance, and the paper in oo case continued ?ryond the time far which it Is paid. Subscriptions ta? ken for Six Months. Terms ?f Advertising.... Kor each Advertisement of TiN lines or less (over six) first insertion. 60 Centt. do. for ea h subsequent insertion. 25 " M ibr SIX insertions, or one week.il ?0 " J? tor fWENTY-ETVEinsertions. h 00 ? jjoafivr AdTertismenu at equally favorable rates, jfarruces, Religious a?d Funeral Notices, not exeetdlnr g?> linos, treats._ .THE TRIBUNE. CaKada.?The Governor General has been se? verely indisposed, but was better at the last ac counL-*. Edward Gibbon Wake?eld, (famous m England for the daring and violent abduction of an heiress tome years since, for which he was convicted and j sentenced to three years' impri...

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

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 15. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OP KEirjTCCT. HCT Tbe Editor of Tbe Tribune is obliged to request those who wish to see him personally to cell between Ike hours of 8 and 9 A. M. or 5 and 6 P. M. if tbey can conveniently do so. Tbe absolute necessity of devoting some hours un? interruptedly to h is duties constrains him to make this re? quest. TT A German Printer, capable of conducting a German Whig Newspaper, may hear of an excellent opportunity oi establishing himself in business by calling at this office be? tween 9 and 10 o'clock. n14 3J- Tbe November number"of the Southern Literary. Messenger arrived last evening and is for sale at this office Price 60 cents. Agents supplied at tbe usual discount. E7* The Whig Alrnanac and United States Register for 1843, for sale at this office. Single copies 12* cents, $1 per dozen, $7 per loa. ^_ The Slate of New York. After a partial Whig preponderance of five years, including;'.wo of complete ascendancy...

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

MONEY MARKET, gale* at the ?tock Exchange, Nor. 14. ?ifWN. Y.7* 1849.10151$2,0W? Ohio Sixes, 1860... 71 ?5P0ON. V. 5?. 1858.... 84 25 Illinois State ?k. 3 JViX) do. 84i lOSyr. Sc Utica R......100 ?500 S. Y. 7s, 1843.lOIJj 25 Stonington R_b60d W ?mW K'ky Sixes.77 j 50 Hartem.14} do.76J 100 do.sWd 14* |I,0O?> o'o.76V second board. 75 Long Island Railroad. 484 ?12000 Stan? Severn. 1849.102" c\'4h State Fives, 1851. 85 J4312 Corporatian Fives, I860. 84 Uotnmerciftl and money matters. Monday P. M. Tbe sales, excepting of State Stocks, were quite limited to-day. and rates were without material change, butbtavy. OfState Stocks the sales were more extensive than for some tiae past. A large lot, $12,000 State Sevens, brought 2 per cent, premium, an advance of J per cent. Stale Fives ad t?i)ced2per cent on the last hale; Ohio Sixes ?, City yfrrt, J. For City Sevens 104 was bid. For Delaware 91 bid, 92 asked. Moha wk, 34 bid, 34i asked. For tbe steamer there is a fair business doing in Fore...

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

STANZAS. by Auccrrvs ssodcrass. Had I a friend with whom to share The gifts that changing Fortune bring*, The world to me might smile as fait As Childhood on its flut'ring wings. But what are joys if we 'alone Away the fleeting hour must smile ? They bring us pleasure of their own, But pain a moment hrieif beguile. Mo! rather let my days pass round In one unvaried sceoe of wo, Than feel the still worse poison'd wound, A friendless heart is doom'd to know. But vain?the Hermit seeks to find A solitary cell to weep Away the troubles of tbe mind, And kill itself by sorrowing deep. Q, rather Jet me w?ep than smile, And see no answering sraile around ; Tears, like the ancient Prophet's oil, Make sacred, while they heul the wound. I ask it not?for Friendship binds Its chains on willing hearts alone ; If mine's the lot the friendless finds, Art thou not, Nature, yet mine own ? fforwxch, New York. From the Baltimore American, ffalticuoro and Ohio Railroad. The completion of the Baltimore and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 November 1842

MM tm NEW-YORK TRIBUNE tspublisbed every morning at No. J60 Nas .?u-?reei. loppotile tbe City HaJL) NVw-York,and deliv? ered to City *nh*crihers for NINE CENTS per week.? Sinei** top** Two CcffTi. Mail Subscribers, $-1 On per i-jinnm, in advance, and the paper in no case continued fieyonl th- time for whicb it is paid. Subscriptions ta? ten tor Six Months. .3 ?f Advertising....Kor each Advertisement of T?y. lines or less (over six) first insertion. 60 Cents to. for es b subsequent insertion. 25 " <io. ft* SIN insertions, Qr one week.11 60 ** lorTWENTY-FlVKjTwertions. 5 no ? Longer Aiivertismenu at eo a ally favorable rates. Stages, KeJigioas and e-ir.rral Notices, not exceeding ?fe Hr.??. 25 cents. "the tribune. The Meience ?f Neurology. * TttktEditor oj Vit Tribune: Vy attention hat recently been called to this aci \tvsi' hy the |>re!imiminary Lectures which Dr. $nchanan bus been delivering at Clinton Halj. rJotil the arrival of Dr. B. I had no definite idea of system. 1 did ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY of kent?ckt. iLT The Editor of The Tribune is obliged to request those ?who wish to see him personally to call between tse hours of 8 and 9 A. M. or 5 and 6 P. M. if they can conveniently do so. The absolute necessity of devoting some hours un interruptedly to his duties constrains him to niak<- this re? quest. _ O* The November number of the Southern Literary Messenger arrived last evening and is for sah at this office Price 50 cents. Ageie^s supplied at the usual ditcoupL ET The Wh'g Almanar and United States Register foi 1S4S, for sale at this office. Single cop;e- 12J cent*, $! pet dOTea, $7 per 100. To Corresrpoudeist* ' P.' who objects to any publication with regard to mux ders and other revolting crimes, is over-ore. tSue.i pujwi t atiomare necessarv to ensure the dwecucH of murderer and other felons and <o keep the public on tbeir gaan >tgain.t desperate riliany. Our care i? to Mate the tac, hrie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 November 1842

MONEY MARKET. t? <a|M at the* Wtock Exchange, Nor. 15. t*i?? Cor. 7s- .104 I 6 Ohio Trust Co.58 f VVr N Y. 7s,1849....102 50 Long Island RR.48} fiaS do.ire* 10 N Jersey R.65 V.*??*tate 6v 1862.92*1 50 do...s6ud 64} ff_ ' do.93* 25 Mohawk.s30d 34 fiffft V. Si, 1855.... 84}, 2', do.34} i gEi* do 1853 . 85 10 do.34 J2?i 6bh>Sixes, 1856... 71} ino Itarkro.h4mj 15 pIpOO Indiana 5s.20 I second board. j(o?ales. _ . rnui ntsd .'loner Matter?. Tuesday, P. M. ?n.r^lr-;.t the Board were again small of Road and Bank stocks, and without material variation. Mohawk de? clined i per cent. The transactions in Stale Stocks con l!Daetofair extent at improving rates. Slate Sevens sold at 02} an advance of J percent ; Slate Sixes, 1862, 1}; Fives i;0bio Sixes }. For Delaware 91} was bid. For City s.\r\- b ' A :i*red. Tfaesales of Kxchauoe to-day (or the Steamer wa, to fair 1 extent, and the market was firm with a moderate supply of bilf? Sterling GaCJ; Francs 5 42} a 5 40?a light improve? ment of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 November 1842

For Tb" Tribune. FIVE DAYS. We parted as the day dr-v.- near its end. Tbe rose of health was on her beauteous cheeks. Her qri?nchless love beamed sadly from her eyes, Aad when I prayed thar. Heaven would preserve us, She jellied, with tears, ea if some dreadful signal Had gleamed upon her from another world. ' My love?my wife V ' Dear husband, may God bless And then wa kissed each other fervently, [yoa-r And I commended her to Him again Who m the Friend of ail who are in sorrow, Aad promised quickly to come back to her. A nev* embrace?ob, God ! how ardent was it !? And then I f?re myself from her dear arms, With passionate kisses, snd hot, streaming tears. I looked back from the window of my carnage, Her heavenly eyes were watching my departure, With such unalterably deep affection That when the winding street did hide her from me, It seemed as if the stars were blotted out. As if the holy angels veiled their faces, As if God had withdrawn His high support. The third day cime, and f...

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