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

^ BY fiHEELEY ^McELKA^I^ ^ ^ ^ ^ :: NO. 30 ANN-STREET. ONE CENT. ^ UW-VORK. FRIDAY noSiMSfi, XOYEMSEB S?>_-'i;; VOL. i. ^O. THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE .. ?nMithed every morning, st No.M Ann ??eet N'ew-York, ftnddelivered to City Subscribers far ON" CENT per copy. Mail Subscribrr*. f i p? ?. mm in advance, an' the paj er ia ao ca.?* coutinoeu ' Ike time foi which ? E? p*ud. Subscriptions fegen for ?lx Slonths. Terms tf JUvrti n.; ?<? ? w<wm*?unJ ?/ line*or lesa (overil\ ir?ti ?eruon.. ,^?c,^ . ?-:k>n.. or SIX I ??? "eek??I ?MJ a :,.r i WBN t"'? -Kl*. E iasertJoni- 3 OO i ongei Advert iem?nu at aeaally fevorabla rat??. ftT-Adver?tem, rru *b?-n ordered to to t>* rontmood DO theinside aft.-r :he iirst jn?.-Uon will he lut.ject to sbe same charge as on thf ir.Cmt appearance?payable in aif case* in advance. _ _ THE TRI BINE. i lour and Grata nt the Went. ('erri-fp' ud. ace of T!.?- Tr.buue. BuTFALO, .Nov. l.r>, le-41. In announcing to you, some weeks ?ir.ee, that the millers i...

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

T H \) T R 1 B I1 NE. FRIDAY M( ?RNJNG, NOV. 19, 1841. JZT We urf ol t ?' ??> .> by a preuof newa^rertiie i.uot? to ;> it :.i : if MM best unllcr ?nd Newa OS the Kir.I P.ge of out pajje.-. We true. Oar render* "ill take the >!:?l.t ? a <-i turning over the leaf for iC XT For a Letter from Buffalo on the Wheat Crop and Flour Trade of the West, another ua the necessi? ty for liasterunij the 2r:e E.uar~e::!fcCt, -seith a great variety of G-euaral Hews, sie r.rst Page. XT For a Poem and the ti.nh.nr; sketch of ' The Maintomnan's Deathbed,' sec Lastrage. CT We solicit e.je-ciaJ attention tu the Letter? from Buffalo on our First Page, giving an account of the Wheat region and Flour o;*r.tiinns of the We,;, and setting forth the pr-ssin^ necessity which exists for il"? immediate Knlurgornent of the Erie Canal West ol Eetwkport. Each of them ..re-ent? facts demanding ? atnest consideration, in which all-who own property ?,r eat bread at* deeply interested. Bailkoids??! atk St...

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

Kium ihr Savaan it Republican, Nov 13. Prom Florida.?by ibe arrival yesterday ,}? neam"r V>>r. ster. Capt. Cbrk. *?.- received the fallowing letter frort one ?f our attentive porid? corresponiIcnta : ~ rn.. :.?t*. NoventW r .. 1SU An exptfsi hail ju?i arrived fiom cm;>: , bringing Mail? fr .in ibe Southern Poet*. Our in? formation from Foit Pierce ?uten that, in attempt jng to land the Compam under Lieat. Bragg, ra ccntlv *.-t-t from Sr. \ug,Hstine to that Post.U neven ..-Ui.'-r-. thr.-.- sail -rs, ihe bead pilot, one of Iii? men, and a lit i ? l-ov, ?vre unfottunately drowned. No names: an- giv*? Si.an? of the orl.cers at this Post arc ill, but not ?wuiisly. ? aura, &<*. Thk BriTarjcia.?The stenmship Britannia, Capt. Ilewilt. It ft Boston on Tw-.ii.i\ afteino'in. at bslf past '2. for Halifax and Liverpool. Slie had 17 passengers fi>r Liverpool ?ml 4. for iltilifux. Sue taJces out 9,000 letters and 5 b.?s of news? papers. _._ Accior.nt prom Fire-arms.?Mr. Jones of...

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

i'rtiui llir. Loon Di K, psake tor It T H E H A N M E R <?> A K. iiv b.T-.i: i c r,>? H?NOIl 10 ':.<? Hai irn-r Oak ! Never fjinc ? v ?? th .:?ier broke Over the ? Druid woods. St it'< r; g vi Idolatry Fr. m tneir awful solitudei? M"e er since?never before Di-t a grander savage soar Up into th*: holy sky ! On ! dread sire. Antt?j'iity, What a peericss rare was t'iine ! We. w ho 'iwi-.i iu the summer shine. Counting our luxurious day* But by the chime of idle lays, Little knew of tliee or thine. Why stu iy *e out thy glory In toe loaves of kiiiphdy story. Aud bend all, admiring, down To thv armed stern renown? Reacimrr ''as a le-srner reads In a scrolLof migbry deeds) Lessons, a to !i,-t our own Th . t that 6vi! ?mer tone, Which the antique S'iul became. And bore it to tin? bights of Fame ? Honor to the Hanmer Oak! Mii:i_\ nil are. hath ?veent away rafncp a sapling then it'wcke Under;:- tth t!,e F.-.z-.i day. Since thai ;line the world 'has swung Round, upon its hinge*...

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

I ?? rttali?I>ed every norning, at No. 30 Asa '.N-w.York, and,delivered to Citj Sn:.sc;ir.crs :'.'r n's'r. CENT per copy. Mail Subscriber.. *? per in in advance, imd tho paperinnoca* contlnned tki timeYor which it if paid. *ub??rfpuons eslieo tor Six Moktiu. -v-j ' Adotrti ini .k .ni."'iiment of .i ?: ? -.veruon.. ,**Octs breach . , ?f " SIX .r ? r. a Oi one week....*l i? forTWENTY-FIVE inaertioni.... 3 00 ?? j? ?rnallv favorable rate*, ruscrosnt* when ordered to to be continued inside after the first insertion will be subject to .', ,.-.me charge a- on thcir.fint appearance-payable ,3 all cases in advance. T U E TRI BIN E. I Kew-York and Erie Railroad.?The re ' rflPts 0,1 lne 'non ,ecl'on of Shis work completed txeced ail expectation, and continue to increase. \Ve understand tkey r.ow amount to about $3,006 p . week. L:nes of stages now run to Milford. Mauch Clunk, Ace. Pa , and one is forming to ran .; gfa daily to Biiiehumton, N. Y., which is hut miles from Goshcn. Goshen is t...

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

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, NOV. 20, 1841. CT ?? D. A. M." writes in iQipiring whether .Mr. Van Buren did not. whil i President ?nie t letter to the Pope' Without perceiving .lie drift of the question we answer, None that w .? ev .r puuli.hed. While Stcrtlary of Statt Mr. Van Baren wrote an official Lole to M. CkogaSM, the corraapoudiug functionary of the Papil Government, but mare was oolbing ia iL S3* For a Letter from A. B. Johnson of Utica on our Oanal PoUcy. Oarlyles estimate of Ralph Waldo Ein erson, account of Revolutionary Pensioner*. &c ice. sve First Page. IT For an original Poem by Mrs. Sigonrney, ' Yan? kee Enterprise,' a remarkable narrative by tos. Child and a atnldne Indian Anecdote by Coi. John TrurobuU, see Last Page. XT For a carefully corrected Bank Note Table see KuciPRvt iT/ m Traue.?We uuve been greatly amused in looking over tba late leading articles of the several Pa- is journals upon the character and policy of iMs country. Vor year* it hai been the c...

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

MfDUAl ?F.PARTMKNT of TH K NsvW-YoRSS I'.sivtRSiTT.?We have hesitated iong to speak ,a commendation of our new, or rather regeoe latrJ, M<*?lical Institute for several reason*, fore? most among which is our rootrd hostility to the jialtir?!'?"!'''?" Medical or o:'nrr Collages. We j,ave far tr>?> many ahead) ; and we always dis? courage the establishment of a new one. In the next place, we have considered that our City had one g-xod Medical College already, aud that another would be unjustly prejudicial to its pros? perity. Observation has, however, convinced us that two Medical Institutes of the first class will prosper better in our City than one, and the uni form experience of our City confirms the position The establishment of little schools all over the country is prejudicial, but this evil is rapidly working its own cure. Nine-tenths of our stu? dents and young physicians now attend the Lec? tures in one or other of our chief cities ; and we fi:id, on inquiry, that var...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 November 1841

THE GIF r OF APOLLO. A lctrt'J of stc.eat ?.ry r> 1st* ? that the inhabit ant* of Mitbj iimi*. on the i-l.tud cd I.e.bo?, received front Apollo a p?:.i'-> for music and poetry, lor navina txtended the rite of bu'wl to tee levered bead of Orpheus. WllCS Orpheus' limbs, by Tbracian madness torn. Down the cold Hebron' souudirig flood, were borne, Tii?- blood-stained lips in tuneful measures sighed, An<: murmuring music charmed the astonished tide. ? VvTlile roved the head, complaining and distres5ed, Mifhymnia's stnn he'tie!d the approaching guest. Rushed with indignant ?rief, and shuddering bore The mangled victim to their peaceful shore ; ?Vithcypress wreaths the polished brows entwine. And bathe the quivering lips with generous wii.e ; Prepare a pUlow on the Earth's green breast. And with low dirges soothe tneir honored guest. Then from the wave his floating lyre they ga.n, And place the trophy in Apollo's fane? Round its fair frame the freshest garlands bind. And mourn its...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 November 1841

?Y GREELEY <fc McELRATH. rrjOKftl^O, XOVEJIBER 22. kSll. vol. H. *o. 193 THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE . -oblitheJ every m o r n i n g. at No. 30 Ann street, New-York, nr.l delisered to Cn> Subscriber, ?r ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, $-. per grjjam in advance, and the paper in no ease continued yvond the time for w hich it is paid. Subscriptions odien tor Six Mohths. _ yvrnr "J JUvtttiminf;_For tech Adrtrtittwim! of ?ec.N'bne* or leas (over lix), first insertion.. SOct* io. for each subsequent insertion. ti.l ?' a, for SIX Insertioais, or one week_1*. I 3t> io. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions.... 5 oo Laager Advertisements at equally favorable rates ??AJrartisemunts when ordered to to be continue! 4 tM inside Site the first insertion will be subject to t,e seme charge a* on their first appearanco? payable 13 ill esses ia advance. iv>.TheVrEEKLY TRIBTJXE, a very large paper jkc the Country, is published every Saturday morning, jjthelow priceof Sis' per annum, 111 ads anoe. THE ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 November 1841

TB? TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, NOV. 22, 1841. XT For the late Foreign New? by the Caledoma Bnraing of the Tower of London, Great Torgery Markets, Passengcra. &tc. see First Page. XT For two Poems, ar.J. extracts from Mrs. Austin i now Translations from the German, sec Last Page. Tmi ErriXGHA? Libels.?-We learn from Fon da that the libel suit of James Fenimore Coopei .?gainst James Watson Webb, which was tried be fore the Circuit Court at Fonda last week, wa, CPven to the Jurv on Friday, and, after an absenc. of six hour., they declared themselves uttvrly Ut. able to agree, and were discharged. We under aland that thay s ood from the fir,t one for cor, victing, elect n for acj.itting, and thai no irnr-re, sion could be made on either party. ..Mr. Effing ham has poor ?rici*urngem?;r.t for another effort. Thx Mississtrn Kttrtion.?The result ol tlu let?! Election in Mississippi is now morally certain The LiOce-Foco party early assumed that'.he Statt should not pay either principal or ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 November 1841

LAWYERS' MARY. Nov. 22. c.:>vrK or Court or Common Pi.ess-This Day? 17, 18, 31, 2?. 36, 40, It, 4J, 13, SSL Superior Court adjourned. Citr? fntrllirjence. Reported for the .New-York Tribune. COURT OF SESSIONS. SaTOBBAY, November 00. fjurmc the trial of Mr. Mitrbell, trio followmj sentence was pronounced by lite Court: j41111 s I' Carlisle, indicted for refusing to assi?t an offi? cer wheu calltd Mpon, ??? fiord $1 nnd oik-barged. POLICE OFFICE. >*:? RDAT, November 30. Stealinc Lead.?On Friday night, watch nun Strip arrested a man named Peter Elmore i? Cedtr-ttreet, with some 30 ot GO poundt ol lead iu hia post.eai.iou, und lodged u,r.i iu tri? watch-house. \ Faithless Pokier.?A yoath named Samuel A. Myers ? a? arreated t- -day for runnii s away with a band I. i. ,n;l dresses entrualed to hi* care by Elizabeth Aben? droth, 11 Bowery, to r.rry to !i?- r< sidance from a steam? boat at the f~ot of Catherine-street He wi, coiuunred to ..uswer. SUNDAY, Nov. 2'. Small Titerrs.?Eli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 November 1841

II? ' III I UM Uli.IM?. II I < Troui the August? (Geo. Mirror. STRAY MEL 0 DI E S. BY REt 1ST R. iACKSOS. ESQ. THE FOUNT. Swket roanl of the woodland ! with musiral tide Still murmur thy waters as onward they giici?. i Though vanished are loved ones mat sat by the bnrn. And the bright eyes that watched thee are rayless and d::n !? Oh ! sad to pay heart ia thy low. plaintive wrve, It brings back the voices long silent and gore The memory of joys, like thy ripples at pl-O' * i ? * j if. . ?? tiwi'-z as tnci - As bngnt and as spaxkuing?yet neew.g Lone fouut of the valley ! I think, as I ">??? Gl' the absent, the distant, the deal, mat i iovr. As soon in the -s ein dry waters are ti.sse... So tend beattS are severe,, und true friends are lost. \ ei ne'er in the ocean are waters so sweet As those in the valley that sing as they meet. Ho few at Life's noon are the spirits of Truth Like the hearts that have loved in trie morning of Yonth! _ . THE VALLEY. Lone vale of the grove where ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 November 1841

THJE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE i? published every mornirttr, a*. No. 30 Ann stew-York, and delivered to City subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, $4 per inn-,,m m advance, and the paper ">1,0 ca'"" continued be) on.! tb<- time for which it ia paid. Subscriptions ?sken tor Six Months. tv~< ' .' _for raeh Jdrtri-.ittntni of rigs .. ? ? or Ii - 0i ? i six] first insertion.. 50cts jo. for eaeh subsequent insertion. '45 " ?0 for SIX insertions, or o:n- week-?J SO iVI N'TI FIVE insertions:... 5 OO t.oii<--r A Ivertisementt at equally favor-' lc rates arawAdvi rtisemcnts urhan ordered to to b? continued ?n tie insi le aftei the first insertion ?rill be subject to ,aH ssnv charge as on their,first appearance?payable in all ca?e- in advance. t-j. The WEEKL Y TRIBUNE, a v?-ry largo paper for the * onntrj . is published every Saturday morning, ?tihe low price of *jt-?T per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE, For The Tribune. The Niliool Question_No. IL Allow rr.e to quote from y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 November 1841

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY HORNING, NOV. 23, 1241. J*T Cato'i seer iirt article on 1 the School Cluemon ' ?ill be to lowed directly by a third, setting form luccincily I he ground- oa wnics * cnauge is desired aud demanded. We ?hall then rive place to two or three articles in reply rom an ardrnt ai d able friend of the Public richooi :?>? leu as i: i?a:ur wbicu 1 Caio ' will respond if he chooses. We trust live articles of one column on each side wid place the whole subject clearly before our reader*. tO- Tor a new Cr.apttr of Barnabv Rudge. jast re? ceived la this Country. Last Page. One more came by the last Steamship, and will be given to? rn OITOTV. XT ForCato.No. n. on the School Question, Tul ton.Ko. in. on Railroads, sundry Anecdotes, Sec. sec Tiret Page. OLK IST?RSAI. l.Mr-KOV.MKNTS.-Tb?- official ?locuments give the following gratifying exhibit of the receipts und expenses of our State Catiais . during the Ia?t year, viz : 'fiie Canal Tolls for the fiscal ypar cemmnic itig 1st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 November 1841

I M.ORJZ i MAtiKET: sales et? Bissel? Exchange, Nor. JJ. Drl i Hud. 105 1900 <to.bi>?d 18} 7A Jo .lOljiSSOO do.cash I? ? ,i0'.sl.VI. 1H4,1. 0 do.b.'?'ds lets} r, j.i'5J. lOlj l 0 do.siQla 17 : j do.i3?dys H-SiUoO do.bCOds 18} m di.EUdyi 104 i 100 do.cans lrj i?. ll>5 I 50 do.?* in m to.>l5d mij: 10 N. J. R. R. 78 S, j0 .b3d? luS 30 do.n w 71? k Jo.o>b 1*5}! 15 do. 78 .? jc.slOd? IUS ? SHLIsIRR.h30ds Si j a ,io. 25 Mohawk RR slod ?2 jc.cash 1-5 75 do. 621 ?i . boOda 105] I 50 de.stVOds 61; !*,> co. .?60d? 104 ?' 50 do.stjOd* 61 y> Manhattan Bk ?9dd ho' 50 Pateraon RR. 52}! /, B"dk Slate NV- "1 50 do.slods ,r.!j mBkofCom.?3d S?2 | 50 do.bfsids 53 ??AaeT.Ex.Bank... 05 1 50 do.b3J 52, ji oo. ,6*d? ! M do.bl?d? 5SJ JO Firmrr'sLoan >W)d 30 ! 50 do.b3ds 5l} ;;i .;o.svXIda 31 j 75 do.bnw 53 j-} Hartem R R. '3 35 Stuuiagton_s.'ld 62 j do. ?*?! 65 do. iaj , 5.? do.nxtwk 18 ! 2% do.b3nd 221 C5 do.b3d? 18 -J5 do.b30d 23 130 <lo.??*k 18 I 20BoitondkProir..i3J 91 ICO do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 November 1841

for Tb? N'ew-Vork Tribune. AROUSE! VE BRAVE CH1EFTAINSJ ?V MS.!. J. W. Mi.:--. It nth* belief of - in? Itdiaes sjssst after desth Ui>y ?ball inhabit a wrrld of for ? ?. ar<?n.panicd by their cow and dog, where thr-v may i.unt in peace. Aaotsr.! ye brave chieJui.:?:? the Pale-Fact baa come,' For b?ulc'? fieri c conflict arrayed : With tramping of horses and beatior of drum. Tney come?bat no conquest have inade. Po loud on the lire'1/.': let the echoing round Of ihr war cry he heard, far and near, That our Umiher- may rather our stiodard ?raune1. And fight for their home-, that are dear : Ay, fight for this iure?:, whose mouarr.hr. new wave In peiee o'er the land of the free? O'er the birthplace of chieftains who'd rcorn to b' -live. Who d live bat with heart, that are free. And yet for thr.e inoun-*? where cur fathers repose. With tune-honored lock? ?'er the brow For the younr aad the hrave-lhe eifted-for thee We II "tnke with our war-hatchets now. But vainly-oh ! vainly?we'll ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 November 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUN! ij nnblished every morning, at No. 30 Ann greet, New.Yctk, and delivered to Citv Snbaeriber for ONE ' ENT per copy. Mail Subscribers. $* P? maust in advance, and theriapcrinnocase continue* beyond the time for which it ia paid. S.ibscrlptioni taken to* !*'x Month*. Xrrmi of .Mc?rh'?'ng_For each jtimtrrtistOUnt of jf,S 1?'?* or '<-s* (over aix), first inaertion.. SOcu So for eeeh subsequent insertion. 23 " |0 ?r SIX insertions, or one week-81 50 for TWENTY-FIVE insertions_ SOO jer Advertisements at equally favorable ratea sea-Advertisements when ordered to to be continued on tne i:i-ide after the firs! insertion will be lubject to (Qe jjnie charge as o:i their firat appearance-s-payabk ,a ?11 cases in advance. . gj. The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very larga paper for '.fie Country, is published every Saturday morning g; the low price of S'J per anntim.'in advance. T U ? T RIB TNE, Speech of Hou. Gco. E. Badger. Jl a Pai.it Vinnir at RaUigh, If, C. on the loth inst. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 November 1841

_THE TK I BF NE. WEDNiXMV MORNING, NOV 24. 1841. XT We are d'termn.ed that our reader! shall bav? matter, not merely for a m ?roinp planer., but for an eve? ning fireside hour, if they can command the tirae. Wl believe the amounted" fresh reading every day presente.! in The Tribune baa never been rqualed by any P'"n paper in any part of the world. We undoubtiogly chal? lenge a companion. XT For the Speech of Eon. Ovo. E. Badger late Secretary of the Navy, at the recent Dinner to him at Raleigh. Literary Notices. A-c. sto Firnt F?ge. XT For an original Letter from England a Letter fron Noah Webster on the New Discovery in Agn colmre, and a new Chapter of Barnabv Radge, cere flratpnWiahed In this country, see Last Page fry C050MS9 will re assemble at Wast onMondav week. As there is no Speaker tocl"ct President Tvler's Message will doubtless be tie liveredon the follow ine day, and appear in our pa. per of Wednesday morning. It will naturally bt awaited with solicitude and read with av...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 November 1841

LAWYERS' DIARY.No*.* r us**** pr ? ??? i ricas?This Day? .V 34, 89 *'. ?. x5?.43 46, 4s). 4?. 5J, 51. CitP gntclliflrnce. Reported for ihe New-York Tribune. CIVIL"COURTS. Tuesday, November 23. -r ike Recorder, Judge. Lyneb and Noah and Aldermen Leonard aud Haifield. |o tha Vic Chancellor's Court yesterday, a deci-iou ,Kinade ic the care of John Irving Barr ra. the Manbat pan?. In Aiigu?l ls3tl. Mr. Barr wsi requested by gr. Win. 0. Burknor to take If*) ibarea cf New-Orleani atd Banking C'-ir pany to tbe Manhattan Back ard pt fi?.OOO. which Mr. While bad ?rwmised to lend him - fx, .Mr. Barr di 1 in, and, by rnqtiest of Mr. White ftr* hi? personal note for the amount as a matter of form transfer. In 1S40. Mr. White resigned 'uis Cashier ,iip. and th? Bank ?ued Mr. Barr on his note, although 1C bad coatinaally kept au sceount at the Bank, aud no iiii.g bal ever been said to him previous to Mr. While's resignation is regard to the transaction. Afier heingsued se fi'ed a bill in Chancery...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 November 1841

Correspondence *f ibe X V. Tr.buae. Cellars from (Snglar.b? No. IV. IsONLON, Nov. 3, 1:41. Thank God tli?? McLeod question is settled '?? The people here breathe considerably freer ?ttiso th? arrival of the new., and in the popular feeling ? war with the Yat.kees' is much less agitated thin before?other matters are q-jite at a stand-still? *rade .lumbers?the bosom of the commeicial ocean is nurulHed by a breath of activity?a?d thousands of vestals that stiouid float upon her seas lay idle in our harbors for want of occupation. The destructive fire in the Tower on Saturday ?vening, gave something s?f tlie appearance o. ex? citement even to London?I mean London as a j whole?nod fore short time, ooe could v.imess the extraordinary circumstance in that great city of the direction of the attention of almost every soul ta one single object. It is an unfortunate calamity, j I hive been too unwell to gather many particulars thai might prove interesting to you, but I send pa? pers in which y...

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