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

l THE M:\V-YORK TRIBTXE jj pnblishc-J every morning, at No.'to Ann rtfvt, New-York, ana delivered to Cltj Snbeerlbera ior ONE CENT per copy. Mai] Subscribers, 54 pet esBun? in advanoe, and the pa[*r in no case continued beyond the time Tor which i lupaid. Sobwriptioiui teaVa for Six Months. I 7V?t of JHcrrtimnf_F?r ecch Jldr*rlittmtM ?J I I?N hue* or lesa (over six), firet insertion.. '/P0,!1* I io- for each subsequent insrrtwti. *<* do. lor SIX in? rtlona, or one week?!*i ?*<> I do. for TWENTY-FIVE Insertions? .J OO I Longer Advertisement, at equally favorable rates i Marnuirrs, Religions and Funcr.l Notices, not exceed is; five lines ??> cents. QQK Advertisements when ordered to to be continued on the inside after the first insertion will be subject to ? :??? cn.ir;e a? on their urst appearaiics-? able ! in ali (a??s in advance. fr/- The WEEKLY TRIBUNE; ? very Inr?* papei foi the Country, is published every Saturday morning, at:be low pure uf f*'J j er snniirri, in .id...

Publication Title: New-York Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 December 1841

T H E T RIB U N E WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1. XT The Mercantile Temperinee Society of our City, desirous cfgivicg e ci. eala-.ion to their excell?at Ad? dress which will r>< foeadon our First Pare. have ordered ? large extra number of ihn nv.rf..u g's Tribune, forrratu itoaa cireuls'.ior ?meng ie': Merchants of :hn City. The*! ? therefore. who may receive ibi? paper unexpectedly will understand the source ?eeaee they are supplied. Of course, this dmtrihation will place T*e T ibuac :u t be band? of .owe srboare cot au>- or its habitual readers. nod we ?hall I? happy to learn that it coiaivnd.? '<-?"" 10 their favor ?ad patronage. Oar circuiau?? is new ex? ceeded by not more loan three or four daily fV"' 'a :"? ?world, vet. though 11? eirculotion at oar low price is not dsyacdy pr. Stable IO as but the revert". ? e .hould be happy tej weld me a few uio.-e nsmes to our booka. \\ e bsve thus far given. ?n<i intend 10 give herea't.r, a greater emoumt ?f Ttod,*! matter i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 December 1841

?y lim Mornings Saut?cTii tiaii. ZT To the Member* of Congress hitherto an? nounced as having reached Washington City, we and the name* of Messrs. A. V. Brows of Ten? nessee, Gov. Miller of Missouri, IV. W. Irvin of Pennsylvania, and J. L. ItlXISOHASI of Rhode island. Mr. Senator Preston ? A letter from Co? lumbia (S. C.) where the Legislature of Soith Carolina is now in session, says:?" The Hon. William C Preston is here, and his resignation spoken of as depending upon a contir.ger.cy." CT On Sunday afternoon, about 1 o'clock, it commenced r.novsing in Baltimore, and so continued until late in the night. Tne ground was covered to the depth of about five inches. The mail Irora Philadelphia, which was to have left there on Sunday night at 12 u'cloek, had not reached the Baltimore Post-Office at 2 o'clock, P. M. [CT* Philadelphia was visited by a severe snow? storm on Sunday night which lasted (as here) until Monday afternoon. 03* The schooner America, loaded at St. Jo? sephs, Mich, w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 December 1841

For The Tribune. The I-'irM Noow, (Monday Moraine, Nov. 29, 1841.) Tum blessed morn is come again ; Th'- warly gray Tap* at tho ilttumberer's windcw-paae, And seems to ny ? f-fak from the enchanter's chain,? A way.?nway !' ' T is winter, yet there is no sound Along the air, ? H' winds upon their battl'-ground, Ii ut gently there, The snow is fa'ling,?around How fair?how fair .' The jocund fields would masquerade: Far.tastic scene1 Tree sbrsb, aud lawn, and lonely glade Have ens' their green. And joined the revel, all arrayed So white and eleitn. E'en the old frost*, that hold the bars And tin? old gate, Forgetful of their wintry wars And ago sedate, High capped, and plumed, like white hussars, Stund there in state. The drift? are hanging by the sill, The eaves, the duor? The hay-stack bus become a lull: All covered o'er The wagon, loaded for the mill The ovo before. The wood-pile has keen playing hide : The axe, the log, The kennel of that friend so tried, The old watch-dog? The gri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 December 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ti nnbliibed every morning, at No. 30 Ann street New-York, anddelivered to City Subscriber* (or ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, *? per 1 annum in advaaoe, and the paper in uo case continued I beyond the time for which i us paid. Subscriptions tak-en for Six Months. Terms of .idverft efng....For eck Aitirt:"J fgH hues or less (ovel six;. first insertion.. f 4o. for eaeh subsequent insertion. **? do- for SIX inscrttoas. or one week-SI W f do- for TWENTY-FIVE infertlou?? 3 9V Lonrcor Advertisements at e<|uall> laTor-.ile rat?? Warmses. Religious and funeral Notices, uot exceed ief five liues :?5 cent*. ,?-Ad?ertisem?,ts when ordered to to be continned on the inside after the first insertion will be subject^o the same charge as on their,first appearancsv-p?) able in all cases in adranee. Sr> The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very- la.-g* rai*r foiHi.-Country, is published every Saturdaj morning, at th? lou i ril eof tyj per annum, in .i..v*iic-._ THE TRIB?NE. Wsit...

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

THE TRIB?NE. THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2. XT The arliclaoa' Tke G'Or^tc Contr.r'r.y ' on mr first psg>- should have been credited t? the Courier k. En? quirer. XT Tor Literary Notice?, an article on The Georgia Controversy. Corarssercc of the United State*, and a ?anety of New,, aee F:rs- Page. XT FcrzPeem from Blaclrxood, an account of a Balloon Aaccnt. Splendors of Chivairr, d'Israel; a Daughter, Uc ?ee Last Paje. Important from Washiscto*.?We have in. timatiens from reliable sources that the President and his Cabinet have bad under consideration a plan for assuring State integrity, restoring and fortifying State Credit, and relieving State and general embarrassments, by the magnanimous and vigorous action of the Federal Government The plan, if we arc rightly informed, contemplates a purchase by the General Government of the right of transporting, without further chetge, Mails, Ordnance, Munitions of War. Sfsre*. 3cc. '. all tho Railroads and Canals of the several States, comp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 December 1841

BY WILLIAM H. SBWAED, governor of the 8 t a t e of N e w - Y o r k. A PROCLAMATION. In the year which is about to close, Divine Providence hath been pleased, aa in former year?, to vouchsafe to tie ^habitants cf thla Slate the variott fruit? of tba earth in tbeir proper season?health, steuruy and tranquillity prosperous commerce 8hd peaceful relstions with foreiga countries?freedom of contcienee? relisious iostrueuon tad consolation?moral, social, aod intellectual improve? ment?ami laws eetihltkhel and administered by Repre tenta'ivesehcsen by the People: I do, therefore, appoint T\ur,day, the ninth day of De etmbtr next, to be set apart fir the cu.tcm.ry annual off. rings of Public Thanksgiving and Prsi.e to Almighty (iod, for all his mercies and blessing.; aod I recommend that the occasion be observed throughout the Common wealth with tne humility, devotion sad gratitude which become a free and favored Christian People. In testimony wkore"f, 1 have hereauto set my hand and caused ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 2 December 1841

From Blackwond's Magazit-c for November. FUNCHEON WOODS. EV B- SIMMOSS. Dakk woe.is of Fnncheon ! treading far The rugged paths of duty? Though lost to me the vesper star Now trembling o'er your beautj, Still vividly I aee yonr plarles, The deep and emerald-hearted. As when from their luxuriant shades My lingering steps departed. That wild autumnal raorning!?well Can haunted Thought remember How rarrie in rust* o'er Corrin-fell The roar of dark September, When I through that same woodland path ToendJeaa exile hasted, Where manv an hoar my lavish youth The grid of evening wasted. Oh, for one day of that glad time ! ?Say, rerklcss heart, how is it. There's still so many a clifl to ebmb, And well-known nook to visit .? Tue Fiiea's spring is gurgling near ; And may I not, delaying, One moment watch the glittering sand Beneath its crystal play ing ? Jfo !_" Onward ! " cried th?: mighty breeze. ? From all thy heart rejoices !" A:; 1 load my childhood's anrieht trees Then lifted up their v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 December 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Is published every morning, at No. SO Aan atreet. New-York, and delivered to City Subscriber! for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, $4 per annum in advance, and the paper in no case continued beyond the time lor which i us paid. Subscriptions taken lor Six Months. Terss* of Jidvcrtinnr_For etch ?JdVsrf ursien,' of TEN lines or less (over , first Insertion.. SOcts do. bar each subsequent insertion. do- lor SIX insertions, or one week-81 SO do. for TWEN TY-Kl VE insertions..'.. 3 00 Longvr Adver.isenxnts at eoualh favor.blc rate? Marrisajea, Religious and Fuuersl Notices, not exceed? ing five lilies cent*. fJrJ-AdvertisemvnU when ordere-1 to to be con'.naed on the inside aft.-r the first insertion will be subject to tbe same charge as on their first appearacee?paj aole ia all cases iu advance. Cr?- The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very larg? paper for the Country-, i? published every Saturday muruiag. at the lou pri eof gti per annum, in advance._ THE TRIBUNE. .1 Speech f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 December 1841

THE T RI? ?NE ? i RIDAX .MORNING, DECEMBER 3. XT We were erregioisty m "led by the Evening Post nail Jiurnal of CoT.ne-ce in publishing yesterday wliat purported to be Statistic" of tne Commerce of t^c I'nuM Sta es for 1-11. The Slstistic* of I'll ere aot vet pub? lish' 1 . w'.at ap^e:,rs. in the Journal's ttblesaa the returns of l?fi is only a correct;d and completed eutem:tt of 1510. W? ought to have det'eted. instead of only su. r>ectin/, som-: blunder. The Imports of this year doubt? less txce-d tbe Exports The Statistics of former yeas* uri right It v> but fair to state that ?e ore indebted :o the Herald for ue correction. * XT Tor the abb. and manly Speech of Lord Mor peth on surrendering his scat in Parliament see First Page. XT A fe? error, cd ,r7oe ?n..ortance fourd their way into our report of Mojo. Tetdunan's interesting end vaiuc ble Lecture on Poland . thee bars all bee" csrefu.'y cor raetesj and ? perfect, liuot. may be foand m the Weekly Tribuns '-_ " Hamilton,"...

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

1 A ?VYER.S' DIARY.Dec 3 Calino?? ot CooicT or C'jmmo* Pleas- Th.. D?y p,rt l.t-!-r.2i.7.??,'.0. 1^1, l?3, 105, 107, 109. 111. 113. Jh*3 115. U7. ofifi p*rt*d-87z, 2?, 30,31.60, 66, 6. 12. 2-, ?,6*. -<*? 2tf\ A?, 70. _ CitJ -EKteUifitnct. Reported for the New-York Tribune. BO ARB or~?7.DER MEN. Tbomdat, n?c. 5. The Board met thi. evening at 6 o'cUek for the specie] purpose orproparioga.a adopting mewures for paying ... Ii..?.- ..(,r.?cn to lie memory ol I ehx a i aiMjrop'l >te tribal* ol re-pe-i "> O'NeiL lete an Ale emeu of the Sutb Waid, who died Ibi. m .rn.ng orconnempUon, ?fter a protracted dine.. Tn? President bering stated th- purpose for which the Board bed been convened, Alde?in.n Lee row end in aa el?q,ett.U l feeling manner detailed the virtue, and ex celleai qualities of ?- deceeeed, and after paying an .p. proprisue euiogium to hii memory, offered the following J-reawbie ?od resolutions, wlocn, after a most fervid, elo ,,ocot and slowing speech f ?tu Aldcnuu Fra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 December 1841

ENGLISH GRAMMARS Published by SMMZTEL S. $ WILLIAM I? Pearl-Street, New- York. These GRAMMARS have been several years in use in tlie Se? minaries and Public Schools of this City, and in many Schools in other parts of the country, and have received the unqualified appro? bation of Grammarians and Teachers. To those who have not had the opportunity personally 10 ex? amine and judge for themselves of the merits of those works, we submit the following testimonials: To the Publishers o f " Brown's Institutes of Grammar :" I have examined the ' Institutes' aforenatn i. and have recommended it introdaction into the schools of this coantry. Upwards oitwenly-five school* have used it for the year past, with the conviction resulting from experiment th-tt a better knowledge can he obtained of Grammar with this work iii nine months than in twelve months with die works hitherto in use. There isjn tin* Treatise no confounding of the different parts oi Grammar, as that of Etymo? logy with Syntax. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 December 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRI BUN JL la published ev?rv moraing, at No.WAun street. New York, and deli*, ered to City 8ub?criben for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, ** p? ' annum in advance, and the paper in no case continued beyond tbc time for which i lit paid. Subscription* taken for Six .Months. ftrtu oj Advtrtitine_For nch Adttrttienentof I ffJS lines or le*s (over six), first insertion.. njT.f ,io. for each subsequent insertion. **? jo. tor SIX InsertloBS, or one week?'JrJJ do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions..-- *?u l.onor Advertisement* at o.jtially favorable raus Marriaxes, Religl as and Funeral Notice., not exceed jur. See in."? '?> ceui?. OTJ-A lrertlsemenU when ordered to to be continued on tfie inside alter the first insertion will be snJ&eCttO Iba same eharge as on their.first appeariiacse?pay able In all case* in advance. Cr> The WEEKLY TRIBCNE. ? very large paper for t? Country, is published every Saturday morning, at the low pneeof >i-ip*raannm. in advance. TJ E TRI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 December 1841

T HE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4. IT* " Free Trade " ho? written us uuarly a column pro fonedly in answer lo the Navigation queation in our ' Home Ltngu-' article ye-'.erdoy, yet forgets to mutcer that tputtin at oil He eelu u> to pubt.rh on bis aide 01 tie gcner.l 'I'sestioti when throe-tourths of tne ?stire Press cf N. ? -Y'>rk actively and another portion pss-.vely sustain that side n?w. ('an " 1'ree Trade " assure us ai.y reciproeilu if are Vive up our column' 10 hnn* But w. Batter: we will try to find room for bia faior very soon, piuvided he completes it by plumpto mnsuHrinO our ship? ping tjucstitm, XT For Not-ces of New Publications, an arl-clc in Defence of the Public School Society, conclusion of Dr. Lardner's last Lecture Whisper log atL:c'.ure<. 2nd a variety of New? tterr.s. e :e I list Page. CT Fora new a- d deeply interest r.g chapter of ' Baniaby Rudge,' received in advance by Carey U Han, and copied from their new Part just issued, see Last Page. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 December 1841

S?**? CitJ> I-ntrlltctTict. Reverted for the New-Votk Tribune. CIVIL COURTS. Fkiday. Dec X ir the Court of Common Pleas, an actiou was brought b, Untirtt. Blnckett-ganot Ha) B.Maehay.JaeabAekar, ,n(j-GuttOtt for f.l-e impri-oumeot. Mr. Blaikcl', in ,-r,uO"clioL ?i,h Mr.-.amu.-i N. S'.ubb., had a rasa iu Chancery. which went by d.tauit. Mr. Maekay ?as counsel m (be ?Mit. and dental <i-d the costs. Mci.r?. B. ?ad S. wii ted Delay till .Mr David Graham, who hot acted tor them. ,.me frem Albany. He refused to wait, aud ?aed out a writ of impriaoameat from the Court of Chan? cery, supposiLg he ?i< Authored by law to Jo so. The 8he>iff and hi, Deputy am-ted the parties, they were he d to bail and remained on the hm.u for about au week.. Tnere were exletiuatmg t i.c'isstancea in the caae, particulary ia Mr. Mackay and the offleara not being awar?.thal tbey were violating the statute, lYe jury gave a v.-r Jict for plaintiff in the aum of $1^ a* regarded Mr. Mi k-v, auJ for defen...

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

IJ.\ R N A B V Ii \; I) (i E. ?1 "Xcuj viSacti bp 33oj. CHAPTER lxa'v. A month Via* elapsed?and we stand in the bed? el unr ?er of Sir John Che,t.-r. Through the half opened window the Temple Garden look-green and pleasant; the placid liver, gay with boat and barge, and dimpled with the p!a-h of many an oar, spar? kles id the distal c? : trie sky is blue and clear ; and the su nmer a r sr.ea.-i gently in, fiiling the wm with perfume. The verv town, the smoky town, is radiant: High profs 'and steeple tops, wont to lo ik Murk arid sullen, smile a ch?erfcl ?ray t "-"-tv old gii.Ud vane, and ball, and cross, flitters anew in the bright morning .un : orid hieb umonc tb?m all, Saint Paul', tower- up, sbowintj tuJotty ere-,: in burnished cold. , Sir John was breakfasting in bed. H s choco? late and toast stood upon a litt!" table at Iiis el? bow; books and newspapers lay ready to his h ind, upon the coverl t: and. sometimes pausing to glance with an air of^fraaquilsatisfaction round the we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 December 1841

BY GRERLEY & McFXRATH. ^^^^ ^ OFFICE NO.^.O A.\N.STR?:ET. PRICE OxVE OEWT. SEW'YOBK. 3IO.M> ? DKf 6 VOL. j. >0 _.!????? m ? in ?mmiiii iib ?imi ?mi ??????? 111 Tin? THE NEW-YORK TRIB1 NE t ? nnbiuheJ every morr.ir.?, ut No. 30 Ann greet, N.w-York. end delivered to City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscriliers, *' P? ai.num in advance, and the paper in no case continued re-o:.l tke time for which i -is paid. Subscriptions mhven for Six Month*. 7Vna? ?J .IdvtrHnni ...for it** J*>?f 7s\ lit.es or leas (ovi-r <*\.. hrat uvaertion.. *yc,;? do to: each consequent ?uertion.. ?*?? lo. tor SIX insertions for TWENTY-FIVE insertions.... ?>??'* : imi A Ivertisertents at eqnnUy favorable rates Manroges, Roligi us and Funeral Notices, not exceed inj; five li:.e? U"> reut?. ?^Advertisements when ordered lo to be ontinned onthe inside after the first insertion sr?lbe sn bjoclAp the same charge aa on thnr.firat apj?a?ran(>s-j.ay?|.le In all cavs in advance. fir?-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 December 1841

THE TRI B 0 X E . MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER C. 1841. ?7" Our sub", riotrs in a part of lh? Fir?t Ward have been irnperfectlv served forsrvsral days back. o?irr '.<? the n.kic>s of the reru:sr Carrier. We hope (a* we b eve hoped f. i in da? tu cay. that be will l?e able to ?up ply b.? cuj.cm-ra ihn morn.ng. CT For Statistics ->f Religions Denorrunacoi t la the U. S. Late Newa from Oregon, an n-teresting pa? per on Changes uf Climate. Reratni of Ar.teddu~.ac Animals, a notice of rrr.Thomaons Family Physician. Arc. ice. see First Page. D- For two new and intensely interesting Chapters of Barnaby Rudge. see Last Page. One Chapter more to-morrow-after which two Parts will complete the work. XT For News by This Morning's Southern MaU. sec next Page. _ The Pi.stsHMf nt ok Death.?We acknowledge tha receipt of Mr. O'SuJlivan's " Report ;n favor of the Abolition of the Punishment of Death b) law, made to !:.?? Legislature of the State of New York, April 14. 1341."' and learn with plea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 December 1841

rfy tkii Urtrning'R somtieru \laii. fjj* There was r.o mail from New-Orkans toil W'ztct.?The schoon-r Renown, of this city, ?hence she sailed on the 27th. with a cargo of ?alt, hay, leather, grapes, champagne wine, and I ;:?r. was wrecked oti the next night near Curri lack inlet, in a gale. Her rigging was nearly ali carried away, and the crew was saved with con .iderable difficulty. The vessel will be a total ioi?: the cargo will be saved a damaged state. KT The ca.e of the Malek Adhel, at Baltimore, was probably closed on gaturday. fry At the latest dates from Na?hville, the Le ! -Mature bad postponed farther action 0.1 the elec j tion of U: S. Senators, in consequence of the sick? ness of Mr. Kenyan, a Whig Senator. CL7* The Baltimore Patriot says that their har r rrjwded with vessels of all sizes and de? scriptions. ^ 5Lr*A Military State Cenvention meets at Frede j rick, Md. to-day. Its object is to form a militia ' la? lor the State. F [CT Tbe Globe publiste-s a letter contrad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 6 December 1841

Ii A R N A B V R V I) (i K. ?l Xric = irtt bj lin?. CfcLUTER LXXV1. A? the Locksmith walked rfowly a-aytrom >i. lohn Che.-ter's chambers, he linger-d under the trees which 'haled th-- path, almost hoping that he might be sutamor.-d to return H- had turned back thrice, aad still loitered at the corner whet: th'* clock-* -truck twelve. it was a solemn sound, end not merely for itt= reference to to morrow ; for he knew that in that chime the mnrderer*s knell was rung He "ad Been h m pa-s along trtf crowded street, arr.it. tm execration of the throng?had ni?rked fits qmv ering im and trembling limbs ; the ashy hue up< n h.s face ; his claramv brow j th- wild distraction of his eye-the fear of death that swallowed^p all o:her thoagn'?. and gnaw-0 without cessntii D a' his heart and brain He bad mark< d the wan ti. ring look, seeking for hope, and nodtng, torn where it would, despair. He bad seen the r... morscfol; pitiful, desolate creature, riding, with his coffin by his side, ...

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