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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS l-L-El.ISHF.D EVZKV MoRKIMC, M 160 Nauau-sL, (opposite the City Hull,) Ifcxo-York, And delivered ta Ci?y Subscribers for Nine Cents per week. Sioele copies Two Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, in advance ; and (he paper in no czm: continued beyor.d (he time for which it i? paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Month?. terms of advertising: TEN lines or le*?, (over six,) fim tnstrtiea_ 50 Cemi ?? " for each subsequent insertion. 25 " ?? " for six insertions, or one week.$1 50 " ?? " for twenty-five insertions. 5 ?JO ?* Longer Auverliseruenl-s at equally favorable rates. Marriage?, Religious and Funeral Notic?, not exceeding five line*. 25 cents. XT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, forti-eCouutry. is published every Saturday mornin?-, at Uie low price o| $2 ?per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Report of tliej^nstmaster General. Po.?r vjFfice Department, > December 3d, 1842.5 To the President of th? Lh?ted States: Sik: In presenting *.o your considera...

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

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 10. - - ' _. ' ? FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or aewrocKY. XT Job Vrintiuz Office.?All ?vne? of JOB PRINTING-such as Pamphllt?, Catalogues, Chicks. Caeos, Bill Beam; Insuramce Policies, Show Bills, Bills or Ladoc, Circulars. <Vc. Ate. neaily ami npe?h tioosly executed at the O.iice of Tbe Tribune, ISO *v"**n* streeL_ aJ> XT Advertisers will bear in mind that advertisements in? tended for Monday's paper ma?t We sent in by 10 o'clock ibis evening, as our publication o?icr is not open on Sun? days. The ra?e? for adveriisia?. in view of tbe extensive circulatio?! of th? paper, are very reasonable, and in all cases are payable in advance. _?ASM? - The P??ii?-*?t?er>? Report. Wc have placed upon our outside to-day tbe Report of tbe Postmaster General. It is a plain, straight-for ward document, and evince? an earnest diligence and desire faithfully to ad minuter the duties of his laborious and responsible office. We are highly gratified at the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 December 1842

Bnnkruptft? December 9. Lucius H. W*n.(iaie ftrm L. IL Wait fc Co.,) N. Y. Mote? Capp. cl>rk N. Y. ViUliaro Mu?lsir, N. Y. Joseph 8. Fletcher, hatter, N. Y. Ira Clarg. se?ar and liquor de;? 1er, N. Y. Harvey B. Wilcox. (late firin Hathaway It Wilcoi.) N. Y CIT? INTELLIGENCE. LiWYKRs' Hurt.?This Day, December 10.? gurttio?. CofRT.?Nos. 27, S9."?0, e?, 82, 83, 84, 85, 87, 88 SO. 91. 92,93, 94, 9\ ?, 97,93, ?J9, 100. Common Pleas.?Part L?N(M. 63 25,123,125,127,129 jSl, 13S, 137. i>9, 113-Part 2 al 10 o'clock.?Nos. 118, 60 7<,78,$*,-*3, 122, 124,123, ISO. Friday, December 9. U. S. Circuit Court.?Stephen C Smith vs. f?orace H. Day.?Action for violation ef Patent for mak raj India rab'uer shoes, ahuded to in our last. Verdict for de fendant. JVH'.iam Martin if Co. vs. Edward Curtis.?To recover doti? paid, undrr p.-otent, on ponny Lm?ts '*rtd g-nnny cloth wbicb, it ?j claimed, are entitled it pass duty free, under the class of "noi>-enuni?rated " articles in the Tariffol 1332, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 December 1842

?urai Sonnet_Xobcmber. Cite to the Poor ! warm clothing?tiring?food? At once, unsparingly, and humbly giye ! Prevent the winter-cough, the frame-chilled brood Of ihroe8 which make it weariness to live. For, io ! November, ?xeskcli?d m fogs and rains, Glooms on the air. a:?d incubates the Earth; Days short and fickle nip th? laborer's gains, And bring increane--of ;uifering nn,i of dearth. Lockv the Woodman who shall bod employ; The hinds, who stall the kina. or pen tbe aheep ; Plant tbe young tree : or, lest the ?oods destroy, .Extend the drainage, and the coursed keep. The bosT, and ihe bounteous, at fais lime, Are mind and body-w?rcn,alone,iJirougbout our dune. Prose Postscript.?The mode- of complying with two of the above exhortation?, in bebaJl oi the Poor are ?ufficientiv obvioua; hut it may, perhaps, be of service to suggest a general rummage of our wardrobe? and old stores, fot ihe purpose of be ?towing what can be spar*-?-, *?<* "*" ?* ca*t ?% upon those to wb-n, in the w...

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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is rcEL.snrD irvcti morring, At 160 Nosvsu-iU, (opposite V* City Hall.) Neto-York, loi delivf rtd to City Sali*crrbi-rs >.9r Nine Cents per week. Single copie? Two Qcntt Mail Subscribers, $5 per ?mann*, in advance; 2J?d the paper in no caisecontinued beyond the time for wb'oh it a paid. Bnbscript'ons taken for Six Months. TERMS or ADVERTISINC: TEN lines or less,(over six,) first Insertion? 50 Cents. I ?. u for each rabsetraent insertion. 25 " ? ? ibr six insertions, or one week.$150 " ?, " for iwenty-five insertions. 5 W) ? I/wger AUvertisfcineiits ?t equally favorable rates. Harrfages, Religious and Pane'ra] Notices, not exceeding five line?. 25 cent)?. IT-THF. WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for t-be Couuiry. is published every Saturday mornui", at tbe low price of $2 per annum, In Advance. THE TRIBUNE." Report of the Secretar? of War. Tue Report of Secretary Spinces furnishes a very full and satisfactory account of the ftate of ?BO Department under bis...

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

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 12. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or ?ErrrocKY. 05a* For General News we refer our readers to the First Page. (rj* For a Poem by Longfellow, a Speech by Gen. Caas, and Horrors of Shipwreck, see Last Page. .*?, We crave ibe indulgence of Advertisers te-day, a< many of their favors have been crowded out by tbe ??real length of the Cooper Trial. XT Persons wishing to ??^ffi ??TA/ NO' W A-, o?pOdte the City Hall. C?OPEBiGK OFJflE TRIB?NE. t Fbwimohe CO?/PtR, 1 In Circuit Court, in and for the j. * ?"'^^ ! county of Sara-osa, Friday, Dec. H Horace Oreeley > Hon. John Willard, Presiding. an(] j Action lor Libel?Damages laid at Thomas McElrathJ _ $3,(KW. The responsible Editor of The Tribune returned yesterday morning from a week's journey to and sojourn in tbe County of Saratoga, baring been thereto urgently persuaded by a Supreme Court writ, requiring him to answer to the declaration of Mr. J. Feniraore Cooper in an action for Libel. This suit wag...

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

You will consider, Gentlemen of the Jury, Mr- Cooper, only ten days after my first pub tion on which this suit is founded, and aim' oeously with my own article complained of, peared personally in the columns of The Trib otmy own instance, and there gave his own ver of the whole matter?which version, ao far as facts were concerned, was virtually admitted bi to be correct, and to modify by so much tbe for one. Not merely the alledged misataternenta high colorings of my own coi respondent wer corrected, but ev?'ri tbo?e which had never appes in my paper ; as, for instance, the assertion of Albany Journal that the case of Cooper vs. W at Fonda stood nearly at the foot of the calen? when it appears by Mr. Cooper's card thai it st JNo. 13 on a calendar of forty. The vindicatio Mr. Cooj?9r went, to every reader of The Trib the week after the obnoxious letter, and was as and complete as he himself saw fit to make ii Every thing was conceded to lm statement exc ray conviction that, his cours...

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

From Graham'* Magazine for Jan.'l**3? THE BELFRY OF BRUGES. BY H. W. LONGFELLOW. Ik the market-place of Bruges stands the Belfr old and brown, Thrice consumed and thrice "re-bu:ldcd, ?till i watches o'er the town ; As the summer morn was breaking oh that loft tower I stood, And the world threw off tbe darkness like tb weeds of widowhood. Thick with towns and hamlets studded, and witl streams and vapors gray, Like a shield embossed with silver, round and vasi tbe landncape lay. At my feet the city slumbered. From i? chim? neys here and there Wreaths of snow-white smoke ascending, vanished ghost-Iiko into air. Not a sound rose from the city at that early morn ing hour, * But I heard a heart of iron beating m that an? cient tower. From thw nests beneath its rafters sank the swal? lows wild and high, And the world beneath me sleeping seemed mor? distant than the sky. Then most musical and solemn, bringing back the olden times With tbeir strange, unearthly changes, rang the melancholy ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 December 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUN? IS PUBLISHED EVEfcY MORNING, At 160 !ias*au-st., (opposite the City Hall,) New-York, jio? delivered taCiiy ??ubtcril*.Ts 'or Ni?e Cents per week Single copies Two Cents JNlail Subscriliers, $5 pe aunom, in advance; and tbe prn^er in no casecon?nuei beyond lite lime for which il is paid. Subscription taken for Six Months. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: TEN lines or lev?, (over six.) first insertion.... 50 Cent? ?< M for each subs?quent insertion. 25 " ? " for Jtx insertions, or one week.$150 " ?? " for twenty-five inwrtions. 5 00 ,; Lonffer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. J?ar?iftges, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceedim ?ve lines, 2> cents. ?rjr THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very lar^e p?per for the Couutry, is published every Saturday morning, a the low price of$2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. SLiterarn notices. Tw. l-.s KESHoCKBM for December 1*12. John Allen No. 139 Nixtsaa-streeC Tiiis is tbe closing ?umber of the Nineteentl fi lame of this old ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 13. F OH PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or CKirrccKV. XT Dean. Whig General Committee.?A Special Meeting of ma Committee will he held at the Broadway Hoo*<-, on Tu?*?d!.y evening, D?*c. 13, at ?ven o'clock- ELLIS POTTER, Chairman. .J. H. Hosart Haw?, > ff?^fa Bow. K. CowtEt, 5 _* '-12 XT Central Clay Committee .-A rejru lar:meet? ing of the Central Clay Coinmttu-e will beheld at .Nauona, Hall on Wednesday evening, Mih in?., at 7o"clock At s mei-line of the Committee held Nov. 9ib. it *"_* Resolixd, That the Delegates report, at the next regnia. nveeilng of the Com?nitt#e, the list of members ol aieir re active Clubs. B7jorder. ^ RgyN0LMf chairman. __ ?ET Our friends who desigTto favor us with the. r ad ver ukements will please bear m mind tnat our term? are CASH, and however unpleasant it may be foros to refus?-, we can net hereafter permit (bis rol* W be infringed.. Our Ledger la fall, and we have no Collector ?.-??*?__??* 1 _t* Pre?.?? and theL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 December 1842

gM|||?.lWli ***M M.... ? ?? .^__y__?_l____f_?MM_?f.ll?rrt?i?|T1 B:inliruj>t?-Dccember 9. j??ltar.iel S Do?n, ci< rk. N. Y g?ward J. Sheldon, ruercnant, N. Y. j?. R Silmw.ii, (latte horn Stinuoa, Richardson k Co.,) N Y. * William Dietrich, clerk, N. Y. t.L. Halsted.cleik.N. Y. C. S. Saroni, (firm of Saroni ?k Hollander,) farrier, N. Y. RadclirTCarMian, painter and glazier, Huntington, L. 1. Fred'k C. Loomis, N. Y. Tbornas Brook", (late hrra Tho?*. Brooks Si Son,) leather teilen. Henrv Brooks, do do do Kickird Watrott?, mercbaiit, N. Y. Palmer Sumn?r, tin and i-on dealer, (late firms Sumner k Staylor and Sumoer k Slovens ) S*anioei B. Knapp, lead dealer. N. Y. Henry' J. Seaman, (late firm Seaman ?-.Norton,) N. Y. Edward Mol?an, hatter, N. Y. Patrick R. Cox, Brooklyn, late druggist, i Willi:??*J Tyack, burr millstone manufacturer, N. Y. A?o* Aogens, viciaaller, N. Y. William H. Culver, (firm Ripley &. Culver,) merchant, s y? ^i*?CDael B. Walters. cleTk, Huntington, L. I. Wili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 December 1842

LAKE WINANDERMERE. [From an unpublished Volume of Poe BT MRS, sigoct-v-rr. Oh, sweet Winandermere? bow biessed Is be who on thy marge may rest, . Rear his light bower, 'neath summer s n And from tbe loud world steal away ; And here, when twilight calm and pale Spreads o'er tby ??"? a deeper veil, List to tbe ripple on thy 3hore, Or mark tbe lightly dripping oar, Or sink to sleep, when eve ?ball cease, Like tbee, with all mankind at peace. Tbe angler here, with trolling line, Doth muse from morn till day's decline, And when brown Autumn sets its 6eal, How sharply rings the hunter's steel : But I, with these no concert keep, Nor airo to vex thy tranquil deep ; "No barbed hook with pang and start Would bury in the ?imple hart, "Nor work their wo, that wandering fiee Would dip the oary foot in thee. Fair lakes my own dear land can boast, From inland glade9 to ocean coast : Through woven copse or thicket green, Tbeir blue eyes deeply fringed nra seen ; On hillock'? side they scaopa nest,...

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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS t?UELtSHED EVERY MORMINC, Jt ISO JSassau-st, (opposite the City Hall,) New-York, And delivered to Ciiy Subscribe! s for Nine Cents per week. Single copiw Two Cents Mail Subscribers, JS per annum, in advance; and the paper in no casecontinu?-d t-eyond the lime for which it is paid. Subscription? taken for Six Months. TRRMS Or AIJVKKTISINO : TEN lines or less, (over six,) first insertion? 50 Cents. .? " for each subsequent insertion. 25 " ? " for six insertions, or one week.$160 " ?i ? for twenty-five insertions. 5 00 ?*? L-wger Advertisements at equally favorable rati?s. ?arrlages, Reiigions and H uneral Notioes, not exceeding ?? lines, 25 cents. ?pr THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, is published every Saturday morning, at tjje low price of $2 per annum, in advance. "thiT tribu ne! SLiterarn notices. XHCLU, a Poem. By Dr. J. C. Palmer of Uie United Stales Navy. New-York : S. Colman. This work is a poetical celebration of the ad veutti!'*...

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

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 14. ..?-;?-? ? ? ? , . i j ? ? FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or KEKTOCKV. ? I I ' ' ?' ? XT On.r?! Clay Committee-?A regalar meet? ing of ii-< Ontrai Clay C4Matuit.ee will beheld at *\atioo?I Hal! on Wednesday evening, 14th last., at 7 o'clock. A? ? meeline of ihe Committee f.e'd Nov. 9lfa. it W3? Resolved. Thai the Delvgaie? report, at ?be next regular rn?*etioK of ibe Commitiee, the list of members of their re *m?-cti?e C'nbs. Bv order. _. , JAMES N. REYNOLDS, Chairman. D? A. MtST"; ?betaue, 610 2t XT Our friends w bo d2?-Tio favor os with theirad ver ttSRneiils will please bear In mind tbatpar terms are CASH, and however unplensant it may be for us in refus-, we can not hereafter permit thb rol?, io be infringed. Our ledger Is full, and we have n" Collector._ XT There were several mi-print in our article on the Law of Libel yesterday [head of 2d t-oloron] ; ' duly re marking' instead of 'drily;' 'noble Majesty' inst-ad of 'sable;' 'or Jess...

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

From Cam PRACHT.?The New Orleans Bulletm of December 3d, publishes the following particu? lars of the engagements between the Mexican? and Yucatar.esc before Campeacby : The Mexican army, about -3000 strong, had en? camped in the immediate vicinity of the town, the squadron at trie same time maintaining an impos? ing show of blockade. General ?man, from the west, had arrived with ?bout 1590 of his untutored friends and followers, 8nd desired the Governor to point out the enemy, us they came to fight, and could not remain in in? dolence. Th?? appetrance of these natives was unique and interesting, even to the Yucatecos.? They were naked to the waist,except the belts and bucklers of armament which was alung on them ; and from tlV waist to the mid-rhigh, a sort of mo dern circus apparel comprised their costume. It? addition, each ui.o carried his uwn provisions ?trung over his shouider. When th?-y first arrived, the Governor requested them to accept of-ertain quar? ters and rest a coup...

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

From the Knickerbocker for December THE HOME VALENTINE Still fond and true, though wedded long, The bard, ar eve retired, Sat musing o'er th-? annual song His home's dear Muse inspired : And as he traced h**r virtue.? now With all Love's vernal glow, A gray hair from his bonded brow, Like laded leaf from Autumn bough, Fell to ihe page be-low. He paused, and with a mournful mien Tho sad memento raised, And long upon its silvery sheen In pensive silence gazed ; And if a sigh escaped him then, It were not strange to say, For Fancy's favorites are but men, And who e'er felt ihe stoic when First conscious of decay ? Just then a soft cheek pressed his own With Beauty's fonde?? tear, Aod sweet words breathed in sweeter tone Thus murmured in hi?, ear : ' Ah .' sigh not, Jove, to mark the trace Of Time's unsparing wand ; It wan not manhood's outward grace, The charm of faultless form and face, That won my heart and hand. ' Lo ! dearest, mid these matron locks, Twin-fated with thine own, A da...

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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, Jt 160 Hassau-st., (opposite the City Hall,) Nezo-York, And delivered to City Subscribers for Nxte Cents per week. Single copies Tzao Cents Mail Subscribers, %5 per annum, in advance; and ihe paper in no case continued beyond the time for which u is paid. Subscriptions vaken for Six Montlis. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: ?JEN lines or less, (over six,) first imwrtian.... 50 Cent?*. ?? " for each subsequent insertion. 25 *' ? " for six iijsertiorj*-. or one week.$1 ^o " ?? " for twenty five insertions. 5 00 " Linger Advertiseraenti at eaually favorable rates. MarTiai.es, Religious and 1* uncral Notices, not exceeding I five lines, 25 cecis. I X7THK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for ihe Country, is published every Saturday morning, at (?f low price of $2 per annum, tn advance, ~THE TRIBU NE? 3L?trrarp notices. Graham's Magazine lor January, 16-13. Israel Post, No. 88 Bowery. This capital Magazine present? a most beautiful number with whic...

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

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 15. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or ?BWTTJCrCT. EP Dem. Whiff Oeneral Committee.-a Special Mwling of un? Committee ??ill be held at the Broad war Hou*e, on Friday evening. Dec. 16, at ?even o'clock ELLIS POTTER, Chairman. i H.*Ho*waT Haw,, > ^CTelaric^ Ed?-. E. Cqwles, > 0J-5 -? XT Onr friends who dirsigu to favor u? with their adver ttse_ncr.il will please bear In mind thai our terms arc CASH, and however unpleasant it may be for as U) refus?*, wefa"' cot hereafter permit this rule io be infringe?!. Onr Ledger is foil, and we have no Collector. ?ET Tbe City News is unavoidably crowded onL \ST The letter of our 7iiilade"l>bia Correspond? ent ii unavoidably crowded out this morning. The Pmm a?d ?be J?-?***r ?' -Libel?Tbe Cooper??*?"? ?eciaiora. Wa truat no one bas understood us as complain? ing of any ssyecial hardship in our Trial for Libel at Ballston. We meant nothing like this. A? we have already said, we were treated as well a*> ...

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

/' rMVW?VrVhVJ*?!LJK IVe-w-York Fire Department. The aanual meeting of tbe Representatives o ?.he New-York Fire Department took place a Firemen's Hall on Monday the 12th instant, at 1 o'clock Present, Adam P. Pentz. Pr?sidant ; Ho?ki.si p. H-Li*. V-ce President ; George H. Purser Secretary; John S. Giles, Treasurer, and a quo ru? of Represcnsatives. Tbe minutes of the last meeting were read am accepted Mr. Stephen Kane, of Hose Company No. 12 offered the following Resolution, which was car rie?'*"" Rttelxod, That the Representatives of the following Com P??e?,vl2: Hose Companies Nos. 25, 26,29,3D, 31,32. 3 {[?(136,81x1 Hydrant Companies Nos. 2 and 3, be permit??-? w take iheir seau In this body upon their producing to tbi Secretary the proper doc u -r.?-nts. The President then stated that under the new Ordinance of the Common Council, relative to th? Fire Department, each Hydrant Company woulc be entitled to one Representative only. The following Report of the Treasurer was rea?: an...

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

From Blacltwooo. SENTENCES OF CONFUCIUS. Translated from th?? Oerman of Scbi.ler. Time. Threefold the stride?, of Time, from first to last! Loitering sl<?w, the F ctg re creepeth? Arrow-swift, tlie Present sweepeth? And motionless for ever stands the Past. Nev?>r can Impatience hasten When tbe slow step ?ieeks delay, Chains, nor Doubt, nor Fear can fasten To the steps that fieet away : Nor one spell repentance knows, To stir the Still One from repose. If thou would'st, wise and happy, see Life's solemn journey clos? for thee, The Loiterer's counsel tbou wilt heed, Though readier tools must shape tbe deed ; Not for thv friend tbe Fleer. One know, Nor make'the Motionless tby foe ! Space. A threefold measure dwell? in Space Restless with never-pauiing pace, Length, ever stretching, ever forth is found, And ever widening, Breadth extends around, And ever Depth (?inks bottomless below! In this, a type thou dost possess? Restlessly on forever must thou press, Nor slackening languor ...

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