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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 November 1842

BE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Single copies Two Ctifrs. Mail Subscribers, $4 00 per luioum, in advance, and die paper in no case continued beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta krn for Six Months. Terms af Advertising.... For each Advertisenrtmt of fffN lines or less (over six) first insertion. ?0 Cents. lo, frrea b subsequeat insertion...... 25 " !in w SIX insertions, or one week....4150 " d& ?r TWXNTY-FIVR insertions. 5 00 ?? Longer Advertisroents at equally favorable rates. ' Marriage*. Religions and Fnneral Notices, not exceeding fire Us**, P ggg*^_ THE TRWlJNK~ History ok Vermont, Natural, Civil and Statistical. In three parts, wi.h a new Map of the Slate and 200 Engraving*. By Zaoock Thompson. Burlington; Published tor the Author by Cbauccey Goodrich. For somo years past a persevering eflbrt has been made by s>ome of the roost enlrghtened citi? zens of Vermont to induce the Legislature to in? stitute a Geological Survey of the State and a gen? eral investigation ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or KZjrrccsT. !D* The Editor of Tbe Tribune is obliged to request those bo wj?h to see bin? personally to call between the hour* ot I aad 3 A. 34. or 5 and 6 P. M. If they can coov?asenily do so. Tbe absolute necessity of devoting some hours un? interruptedly to bis duties constrains him to malte this re? quest._ 23* The November number of the Southern Literary. Mesienger arrived last evening and is for sale ?t this office Price 60 centt. Agents supplied at the usual discount IT Tbe Wfaig Almanac and United States Segist-r for 1843. for sile at this office. Single copies 13* cents, 81 per dosen, $7 per 100. ^ 03* Our amiable friend Joan M'Keon, we bear, is 'threatening- to con-est the election of Hamilton Fish to Congress. We trust he will think better of it. After having been beaten successively in two separate Districts in one Election?beaten by bis own party, too?it will look poor now to ask Con? gress to give...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 November 1842

MONEY MARKET. , R( the fturck Exchange, Nor. 16 ??m V Y. City "St S gSo?oSii?,18?0...711 {^Indiana Bonds."*. 19$ second board. 10 Bk of Com.fuii ?5* 10 do.32$ 60 Franklin Bk Cin.50 10 Utica fcSchea.115 10 Syr. 4. Utica R.99} 10 do.99 5G Paterton R.s90d 48 50 State Marine.103} 150 Mohawk.b6ms S5 75 do.s60d 34 Commercial and money matter*. Wednesday, P. M. Tb?re wns ngai* a small business done at the Board, ex ?punz io 9tate 9toCKS'for which there was a fair demand jaiik Commerce improved i, Utica it Schenectady I, Syra <a*and Ut.ca fell off 1 per cent City Fives improved * ; Ktatocky Sixes *i Indiana feil off L Tbe market for Foreign Exchange ior the Great Western its firm, wi'h a fair business. The rates are rather higher. gterUng Ci a *H ; Francs 5 42} a 5 40, with a moderate sup There is a rother better feeling in Alabama to-day. Thare jtOKf demand at 18 a 18} discount. 1\Jt Howard Insurance Company have declared a divi jjjdoften per cent., payable on the 21st November. foe New...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 November 1842

For TL* Tribune. Dr. Smith's Geological Leitorc. Mr. Editor : Will you permit me, on bebail of a class of your reader* respectable both in poini ?f numbers and intelligence, to offer a few stric? tures on the Geological Lecture of Dr. J. Augl's tike Smith, as reported in last Saturday's Tribune 1 In this age, so distinguished for ita professions ol transceodental faith, the charge of infidelity may sound harsh. Indeed we have been lately taught that su?b a thing no longer exist.h?that those wbo are honest enough to avow the name, are evidently mistaken as to the state of their own minds, and that this mistake has arisen from taking the Bibie as their standard of faith, instead of that aspira? tion after the infini'e, which ut the present day soars so high, dispensing not only with creeds and articles, but also with the aid ot the holy Scriptures themselves. Hence Spinoza and Abnei Kneeland, Voltaire and Taine, were Christians without knowing it; and hence that snperabun dance of fai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 November 1842

?sHggaBj in ?h THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE i? nubl?fbed every morning at No. l60Nas ?-Uti?t. <oppc?iie the City Hall.) New-York, and deliv ^to^ity Subscribers for NINE CENTS per wock. gin"lafc?pi? Two Csifrs. Mail Subscribers, $4 00 per annum, "?advance, and the paper In no case continued beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta? ken for Six Months. Terms ??f Ad vertiaing.... For each Advertisement of \ lines or less (over six) first insertion. 60 Cents. jo." ?tre* h subsequent insertion. 26 " An. ?br SIX insertions, or one week.tl 50 " to. tor TWENTY-FIVE^rtsertSons. ? 00 " Longer Arivertismenu at equally favorable rates. Marrnures, Relijriouit and Funeral Notices, aot exceedinf Bn.t-nw.2Tj cents. j-y The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, (or i - Country , is published every Saturday morning, at the ?w price of $2 per annum, in advance. "THE TRIBUNE.^ For The Tribune. Tbe Science of Neurology, ff o. 3. Ersata.? In the first paragraph of my first number, in jteail of " I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 November 1842

FRl DAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1842. CT The Editor of Tbe Tribune ia obliged to request those ?who wish to see bim personally to call between Ike boors of i arid 9 A. M. or 5 and 6 P. M. if they ?an conveniently do so. The absoiute necessity of devoting some tears nn lnterruptedly to his dotlesconstrains him to mak?- this re? quest, tO" The November number of the Houthern Literary. Messenger arrived last evening and is for ?ale at this office Price sc cents. Agents ?applied at the u*aal discoonu 5_?* Thr. Whig Almanac and Untied States Regisur for 1843, tor sale at this office. Single copies- 12$ cents, ?1 per dozen, ?7 per 100. tCTTbe Counsel of Colt. David Graham, Jr., Dtdley S?ldes_Rnrl Rcbert Emvett, Eeqrs., 8 day or two since, prepared a long and elaborate PaOTX^r against the Execution of Colt, addressed to tbe Sheriff of the County. It was banded to us for publication, and some 3,000 copies were struck off; but it was finally suppressed through fear that it might wear the sembl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 November 1842

do.Maw 9 35 do..8 So Mohawk R..3 5o do.b30d 3 55 do.3 25 do.b30d S 5" Hartem.i J7 atontoffton R.i HONEY ipRKETr~ ~ ^0 at the Mtock ?xchange} 17, I??>?t3te7?,1849.102 125 do.Mtns 9 jSft'OhioSixes,I860.-- ?ji fcggS Com.Ian 82 , .i do.??P |Jpri.kJIi?d. 90_ second board. jj.flO Kentucky Mixes.?3d T ^jmtncrcial and Money* IY2 asters. Thursday P. M. jbere w** * moderate amount of business to-day at ti j^jck Exchange bat the rates were not firm. Mohawk d l^t, Harlem J> There was a fair amount of bosioe fjJuK Stocks; the market was not quite so firm as f( i?e*d?y* V**1- ?'lio sixw declined |, State Fives i. Iffte Exchange market for the Great Western left o \i)t firm at &i a 6J for Sterling, and 5 42J a 5 40 for Franc Ti?smoajuof remittances by her is considerable. tub' ^ ,la>' Alabama was heavy at 20, bat it close iL*??- the ?a?e rate a* yesterday, 18 a 18J. I TK G?1 Wwtrrn sailed to-day with twenty Passenger >kCaledonia, from Boston yesterday, had eight yrelaiion to tlie M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 November 1842

For The Trihane. THE GOSSIP?A CHARACTER Ta'-JT not, yonng Wile' a Gossip? if yon dare, Hsr?e tome {rood quality that you can rptcrr Be guarded in your ?peech, weigh every thought. Or, she 'II remember all?but that sbe ought List iiot a word coocerniog year afTairs, Unless you want mankind to make them theirs. Beware, when she eways t'adrise and teach; For many a wily snare she *ei? in speech; And though apparently innocent, sincere. An open foe j on '11 have Jess cause to fear. Have yon a husband t be may love thee true. Sigh not before her-" be 's neglecting yen r Have yon a pretty dress.' ?' you re fond of show, Aod," pride must have a falL" of course, yoa know. Is y'onr boose famished well" extravagance.' . Y?nr husband spends more pounds than he ougni Beware bow yon invite her to your dinner; [pence. Neither yonr viands sor converse can win her. ^ If sumptuous?0 you '11 come te want sosw day. FTieal?" with one so mean she ne'er did stay. Have you a lover. Maiden, youne, devoted^...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 November 1842

:T: X^W-YORK TRIBUNE a, vtished every morning at No. lGONas ?? * I)'P^ii mnposite the City Hull,) New. York,and deiiv ?r I ^c?;v *-abscribers for NINE CENTS per week? '4 ^>ron;o T"*0 CKlft* Ma?i Sobscjibem, $5 00 per *. ? in advance, and ti e paper in no case continued * I *^3"tJie time for whicb it is paid- Subscriptions ta h '5 g&rSix Months. ??rm *f Advertising.. ?. For each Advertisement of ..i:^ or less (over six) first insertion...:. 50 Cents. f?? 'Z.'^ tj fBiwequent insertion. 25 ? * ?f n'IX insertions or one week.$1 50 M IrWENTY-FlVEjnsertions. 5 00 " ft Advertismenu at eTjsxlly favorable rates, ?p.'-rs. iMigioss a?d Funeral Notices, not exceedtaf Sb?eesds. fr^Tb? WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large oaper. for I Cflcstry.i* published every Saturday rooming, at the . per annum, in advance. THE TR1 B I N, E. gitetatg Notices. f-.stt?1* VfCATaK; or Notes of Travel through the i pWpjsca. ;:i--u:d::.g A \ :sit to the Remarkable Ruins ? B ufCb' Cbcn? Kiiu3,,> ZlUV1 ailfl L'xmal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 November 1842

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 19. O" Tbe Editor ot The Tribune is cbbged to request those who wish to see hitn personally to eels between the hours 1 e and 9 A. M. or 5ard 6 P. M. it they can conveniently do so. The absolute necessity of devoting some hours un interruptedly to h is duties constrains bun to mak-? this re? quest. ZT The November uuaiberof die Souli'.*!!! Literary. Me.-jeoger arrived last ev suing and is for .ale at this office Price 50 cents. Agent* supplied at the usual discount 23" Advertisers will bear in mind that advertisements to tended for Moeday'? paper must fee sent in by 10 o'clock ihis evtairjg, as our publication office is bo: open on Sun? days. The rates for advertisiag, in view of the extensive circulation of this paper, are very reasonable, and ?? all cms itt payable \:i advance. TT The communication of' Lsicns * a day or two iince was published as a rcph ? w hat bad VevVjaAy appeared .-. bar paper. We cannot admit rejoiadtrs? uide.? Dr. Hxrra...

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

ix, would have been different from ?hat it i* rVf?in. if examine into the Earth to a little . ' "PCC wherever there is a cold climate, tropi liS arc found. Captain Parky fouud them iroe of die coldest regio?? of ibc Earth.? {here therefore, a time when they once ei. tod ?{,uU tnc surface., and the temperature must [tophate been warmer. jore Mr. Lyell controverts this method of explaining it. for he contends that this change cf temperature i* owing to a change in the condi ?i'?o of the Earth's surface, as in the periods of its i'ibtnergence it would have been warmer. That ?v change of this kind, sufficient to account for ^ facts, could have occurred, he said, it is im? possible to suppose: there must at all events have itfB a mo;t material change in elevation. There e9a be n? doubt} that die temperature of the Earth ?r.w undergone a change. Shells show the same thing, yd IkrLir. z has demonstri'.ed that this great C34Cfe cannot be attributed to a change of axis, as I oocethought tt m...

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

For Tht Tribun*. .A L* T U M N M I'SINfiS. BY Af<,?STt? ?j.SOfJf.RAbJ [ HC fallen ,'eive? lie ffc.ei on the prontH,', The chillin,' winds fly o'er me freezing Norlii: Nature, a* sick'ning 'neath a mortal wonod, Lie* fainting oo the sere and drooping Earth. The brook, less wanton, wandern through the vale: The flowers gaxe o'er the fading earth and die; .far, the tread of wrathful Winter pale Is heard in whistling tempest* sweeping by. Ah ! thai the changir.g seasons run their round? i t * soft eyed Spring?the auume-r wantoning -?low The Autumn sere, with eyes mrneu on the ground, The Winter mailed in bar? of ice and suow. He wtfo would gaze on Nature'.- loveliest charms, An i breathe the r.ipiures of ? Suisniei'? day, ?;? b da t;.* appcoachof Winter's wild alarm-, \od droops Iike Nature idtosad <tecay. '1 have loved to tread tut velvet lawn, v;ri ?tj- dtii the qui t fore*;'* shaCe repose ;? ; watch the morning, gently blushing, daw.", \{ ! da/, in golden sphmdW, seek its close...

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

THE NEW-york tribune t,-ubl l?bed every morning at No. 160Nn< cuj-sireel, (opposite tbe City Hal!.} New-York, and deliv er*! to City -"Subscribers for NINJS CENTS per week.? ?in^le copies Two Cents. Mail Subscribers, $5 00 per annum, insurance, and the paper in no case continued beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta l fceo for Sh Months. Tema Advertising.... For each Advertisement of Tt*N ww*? ?r lew *a*er s,z) fim insertion. 60 Cents. dcu forea b rabseqneat insertion. 25 " An. far vlX '^senior?, or oue week.il 50 " "EE nr TWENTY-FJVJC insertion*. 6 00 " Longer Ad rertismcaU at tonally favorable rote*. JfaTnaget". Rciigioiu n>id Funeral Notices, not exceeding <$e lines. 25 cents. Th? WEEKLY TRIBCNE, a very large paper, for lar Cour.try, i& published every Saturday swrning, at the - ?w price of $2 pr annum, in advance. The tribune~ A Word to ihe Faint-Hearted. The overwhelming triumph of Loco-Focoism in oar recent Election has astonished by its magni? tu...

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

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or KcvrrocKY. _ \OT Tbe Editor of The Tribune is obliged to request those who wiih to see bim personally to call between the hours 18 and 9 A. M. or 5 and 5 P. M. if tbey can conveniently do so. The absolete necessity of devoting some boars un? interruptedly to fc a duties constrains him to make this re? quest. ?ET The November number of the Southern Literary, j Meiseager arrived last evening and is for rale at this office Price 5C cents. Agent?, ?applied at the usual discount ET The Wb:g Almanac and United State? Register for 1843, for wie at ibis office. Single copies 12i cants, SI per dot-n, 87 per 100._ TT ' Vindex,' in the Plebeian, assails the Editor of this p?.per persot ally lor a notke of Mr. Hague's Lecture, winch be did not hear nor speak of. Said Lecture wa? heard and the notice written by the Assistart Editor of Tbe Tribune, o? whov candor and judgement the Editor places every ?We have been impelled to...

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

Horrid Fratricide.?The New Haven Palla <yTrflj of the 8tb noiicee a horrible affair which oc ctartd in Canaan the week before. A man named Rockwell at about midnight went out to relieve a fcired man who was attending his burning lime? kiln. The next morning Mr. R. was found dead, buried beneath bricka of the chimney which had fallen down. Blood was found near there, how? ever, and tracks led from the scene of murder to (he dwelling of the murdered man's brother? upon whom moreover blood was found. The tracks fitted his boots and a quarrel was known to have existed between them. The brother has been arrested. _^ Strange.?The Pittsburg Advocate of the 16th Wys that a letter has been received from a Mr. Picking, who keeps a public house near Laurel Hill, in Somerset Co., stating that on the night of the 2d a man came there with a wagon and two bor*es.k that he refused to have them fed or un? harnessed and went to bed. He left long before day leaving the horses behind him. In the wag...

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

MECHANIC i DE. bt rev. john ph ?port. Spirit of Wisdom and Power! The works of Egypt's mightiest hour, Tbo pyramid and vaelted tomb, The peerless fane of David's Son, Tbe giant tower* of Babylon? Old works of grandeur and of gloom? Thy curtain'd ark, the jeweled vest That gleam'd of old on Aaron's breast? Works for their glorious beauty famed All tbosfr. by tbine informing mind, In stren^HL^gre rear'd, by skill designed, And leaoour thoughts to thee whan named. Lone columns on tb' Ionian shore And sculptured ruins scatter'd o'er Athenian and Corinthian plains. Of Heaven's departed spirit spesk, That shed a glory round tbe Greek, And throw its last light on his chains. The conoueror's arch, tbe temple's dome, Of Pagan and of Christian Rome, That kindling spirit taught to swell: And manv a tail monastic pile, Still frowning o'er our father's isle, Of thy past inspirations tell. The arts that hid our navies ride, And thunder o'er the trackless tide, The arts of dove-winged Peace aro th...

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

. t pW-YORK TRIB?NE ' , 1.A every morning: at No. 160 Nas ilL ,/ooosiK- the City Hall.) New-York, and deliv? er,?SWribers for NINE CENTS per week? Two Cest*. Mail Subscribers, $5 00 per ?:'c ?i'dvacce. and the paper in no cay; oonur.ued a^S' tLe time for wbicb it is paid. Subscriptions ta 'Advertising....For each Advertisement of rf"':. injs (over six) first insertion. 60 CenU. imb rsbsequeat insertion. 25 " "ir 3 X LK*rrtious, or one week.$1 50 " * 3* ENTY-FIV F. insertions......... 5 00 ? ? " ?,jvertisn:cnu at equally favorable rates. SjC*^ Relink)o? aad Faiieral Noticet, not exceeding ?^rSceat*-"' WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paptr, for W. l*<r is PBt?bsbed every Saturday riorniag, at the $2 P?*r aimanti in advance. fjjE tribuneT^ II( v. Dr. Antbott'? State tnent. fo?owiwg; statement of Dr. Anthon of his f^y interviews with John C. Colt, during the Ejew 'lays of his existence, is copied from the Ij?ifTcial Advertiser of yesterday. It has a *\tDi painful interest. It is preface...

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

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MOftXING. NOVEMBER FOR PRE SIDEaST, HENRY CLAY, or xewtockv. D*Thc Editor of Tue Tribune is obliged to request those wbo v. ish to see him personally to call between the hours ? 8 and 9 a. M. or 5 and 6 p. M. it they can conveniently do so. The absolute necessity of devoting some hoars un? interruptedly to mis duties corsuains him to mai: ibis re? quest. _ TT Mr. Join Commcrford informs us that be was hostile io the Auction Monopoly, and that be is now decided and active in hostility loth'- present Inspection Monopolies. Our ii?e of bis name, therefore, in illustration of the AucueoMo? nopoly, was inappropriate. TT Tut Wh:g Almanac and United States Regist-r lor IMS, for sale at this office. Single copies 12* cents, vl per dozen, $7 per 100. _ KT The sUtenTent of EE Antho.v concerning the conversations which he held with Colt during the-hrst-few dnvs of his existence may he found ?.?kuAk.first page- fc will excite general alten ?.^ On ^'(; " '-(,ti'"'- "! Copkr'...

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

? ,M Ht tao Stock Exchange, Nor. 31. ^fv CftS d0.32* i^'V ?i 25 da.b45d32* t0 v4t* Sixes.764 ICO Pateron R.s30d 48? .gi-.g g.is| I3jjcto** bSOd 33 5 U?ca.115 5 r.b60tl 32, s (is.. second HOARD, .^elillud..; 3 47* I 25 Mohawk.32i t oxamercial and Money Maner*. Monday P. M. 'f. T. tK wn but a moderate amount of sales so-day and ai " ^ 'siuS f3105- Mohawk ofTagain i per cent; Harlem ^/island J. The tales of State Stocks were small and tll5 not Df'11- KcntBC*>' Sixes and New York Si*es tell ofl ceaU Tttere b not much Alabama offering, and there is a de yi at 17 per cent, discount .Vothiag doing in Foreign Exchange. Nominal for Steri? les ?i*6* 5 Tj:, Matual Insurance Company have declared a dividend v jj,. per cent, on the renewed capital stock, payable on :^?rst^D"cemb?r I Taere is not much movement in specie. Tbc N.Orleans |took a small amount, some $50,000. Some parcel jjve been receivt d from Canada Mexican r'ollars are i Sff-Ji J pram. Gold is at par. I cfisries D. Milier has be...

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

tmmtampa.iMummM\imm mmvm? iiaiimiMMspnasaMaWSJ For The Tribune. SON X KT. kV ACGOSTUS <->0DGRAS8. MODESTY, li ?. a jewel spa-kling iu the soul, Encased with Trutb, and worn by loftiest Worth; W hieb gr- -vs m lus.re u tbe seasons roil, Till s-en by n tea?'US htted from the Eartli. Thou w bo hast shrunk from fickle man's applause, To be applauded by the voice within; Wisdom revered?been firm in Honor's cause? Patient in grief? iu victory serene? Y eldmg to Truth? yet ever firm 'gainst Wrong? Ju?l to the weak?and righteous with the strong? -'19St worn a gem which Heaven hath filled with light, To Jead thee direogh the darkened paths of Time, Till, like a Pilgrim, who bath won the fight, Thy fret tbe pare, angelic mountain cbirnb." y'nranch, X. Y. Cooper's New .Novel. THE Wim. and Write:, or Le Feu Foliet: A Tale by the Author of ' The Pi ot,' kc In two volumes, pbia : L.-a k Biar.chard New-York: Jas, Stringer, 1? Broadway. '1 big work has just been published, and we avail oursel...

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