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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS ?JBUIHED EVEaV MORN INC., At 160 Nasutu-st, (opposite the City Hall,) New-York, And deliberad to Ciiv Subscribers 1er Nine Cents per week. Single copies two Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, in advance ; and the paper in no case cononued beyond the time for which it ? paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. TERMS or ADVERTISIWC: TKN tine* or les*, (over six,) first inswrtwn.... 50 Cents. .?* " for each subsequent insertion. 25 " .? " for six insertions, or one week.$1 .50 " .. ? for twenty.fhc insertions. 500 " 1/m?er A-verii*einenl*. at equally favtsrable rates. Marriagi-s, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding fir ? lines. 25 ctmu. jyTHE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, is published every Saturday morning, at the lo* price *?*?$?* Per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE S-iterarg Xoticcs. Souther*. Literary Messe.nckr, Vol. 3, No. 12?De? cember, 18-12. Richmond, Va.. T. W. White. New York. Greeley k McElrath, 160 Nassau street. T...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 December 1842

THE TRIB?NE. FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 16. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, O*? -?'.?TOCItV. XT Bern. Whig General Cemmittee.-A Special Meeting of tnls Cornni'ltee wiii be beld at Ihe ?roadway Hou*-, on Friday evening. Dec. 1>3, at seven o'clock. ELLIS POTTER, Chairman. J. H. Hobakt Haws. > ?ecretaries. ,., ? Low. E. Cowlus, 5 ^^^^^ ol5 2t XT Our friend- who design to favor as with their adver? tisements will please bear in mind that our terms are CASH and however unpleasant it may t?e for u? to r?fute-, we cau i.otbereaft*>r permit ibis rule to be infringed, far Le?tger .s fall, und we have no Collector. !?/*"' For several Literary Articles, see First Pag;e. ?/J** For Deferred City Newe, and an abie Review of Parker's Lecture, see Last Page. Free Trade vs. Free Trade. Our readers are doubtless aware that one of the j latest di-coverie?. of tbe Free Trade economista ? sfirmi the uUer impolicy and absurdity of coun? tervailing Duties on Imports, and declares that to tax the Product...

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

, Bankrapt??*Oecomber IS. J??. Van V*lkeobar_n, commission merchant, N. ?. Lewi* A. Hodges, clerk, N. V. Wrn. A. Ktfeler, baker, late merchant, N. Y. Robert McNeil, N. Y. Rudolphas Bogert, N. Y. CITY I N TE LLIQENCE. Lawyers' Diary.?This Day, December 16. CotOSO* Pleas?Part i?Nos. 51, 69." Part 2?No. 121. Scrntio*- Court?No. 90, lu5,1, 45, 4,57, 54, 22, 92, ! M 5S,3?..t*9, 44,15,101, 102. Thursday, Decembur 15. U. S. Circuit Court.?Before Judge Thorn ?on and Belt*. DECISION?.? Alex. Rankin &r Co. vs. Jesse Hetyl.?Verdi forming $?,000 was obtained agninsl defendant for du paid en wool. The appraiser ha?l reported the wool ? worth 8 cent? per pound, and the Colh-xtor acted apon th return. Judgement reversed. Wm. J. Marseilly vs. Hogan <V AZi'j,._The Court decid! that moneys paid in relation to a bottOKiry bond, i.e. c schooner Harriet, cannot he demanded of plaintiff. U.S.vs. Delafield.?Judgement affirmed. ff. A. Norris vs. Water Commissioners ?On motion o dered that an injunct...

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

THE TRIB?NE. For The Tribune. RcTi?vv ef Parker's Leriarcs. Mr. Editor : Being a careful reader of your pa? per, I bave had my atteation, fer ?orne time past, drawn to the Lectures of the Rev. Mr. Pa rker.u-i re? ported by your Boston correspondent- I must say, however, that for the life of me I cannot tell what the Reverend gentleman would be aiming at. Every succeeding Lecture I expected would contain some definition of terms, some statement of principles, or at least something to give the reader a clear idea of what the author was so strenuously defending on the one hand, and assailing ?->n the other. In this, how? ever, I Lave been constantly disappointed, and the closing Discourse, published _ few days ago, leaves me an much in the dark as ever. The most defi? nite conclusion to which we can arrive is, that the Reverend gentleman is earnestly recommending something which he style? Religion, and with equal zeal attacking another thing which he term? Theology. But when we seek...

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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS rUELISHED EVERY HORSING, Jt 1?30 Nassaartt., (opposite the City Hail,) Neva-York, And delivered to Cny Sui?*cribers imrNtne Vents ver week. Sine le copi? Two Cents Mail Subscni-t-rv, $5 per annum, in adran?*; and the paper in do tasecantinued beyond me ti?ne for which it ia paiii. Subscriptions iaken for Six Monllis. TERMS Or AOVERTISINC: TEN lint-*? or leas, (over six.) first iriM-rtian- 50 Cents. a ? for euch subsequent insertion. 25 " * '< for six insertions, or one week.$1 ?o " " ?a for tu.ienty.five iriserlions. 5 00 " hon -er AdvertUtments at equally taverable rates. Mirria-****?, Keligtous and Funeral .Noticies, net exceeding ? five lines. 25 ceu'.s. THE TRIBUNE China.?The following interesting letteris from the Bonon Daily Advertiser.: ?. S. Skip Boston, Macao Koads, June 25,1342. Dear Sir :?Our negotiations having been j brought to a close, it ?h generally supposed that we shul! sail hence in the cours?.- of a few days, prob-ibly for the Northward...

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

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 16 FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, op Ke.fTac-.Y. XT Onr friei ds who d?*?lgn to favor o? with their adver tUementi will piense b?*ar in mind ?bat our terms arc CASH and however unplratant it may be for us to refu?-, we ca? not hereafter perron mis rule to be infringed. Our Ledger is full, ar-i we have jx> Collector. D* Advertisers will bear in mind that advertisements i?* tended for Monday's paper rr.u.i We sent in by 10 o'clock ibis evi-ning. as our publication office is not open on San days The raits? for a;ivertlsi?ig, in view of U>e extensive circnlaiiou of this paper, are very re-asonaOie, and in all cases are payable In advance. XT - B.? of PbiUdelpma. wdip-e??? -*???? bUfa-rcrs at the New? Office oi Zedx-i k Sargeu,lu Ledger ?n?diug. Imputant In**IIi*rr?ce--*-.Wuti,*ay on board a. ?.*> Br.f of War. We received information yesterday of a most important transaction on board the U. S. Brig of-War Someis, Capt- McKknzib, which our rea?...

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

to the resurrection of the dead f* Was he afraid that he would not be raised.' What ! when he knew ihat all would be raised, and at the same itme too ? I might quote a score of texes.sir, but prsbably this one will keep yon busy until we again bear from you. " Departed saints on leaving this earth go to be with the J/ird. Now, ii Cbiist comes down and reign? no the earth, then tbe saini* in departing io go io the Lord go from where the Lord is, to where tie is nou Or else they must be constrained to come back again to earth and feed grossly with men." What a droll idea ! Why do they depart ? Ans. Because the Lord is not here. But when he returns,'- God will wipe ?way all tears from their eyes ? and there shall he ?io more death, r.ei'her sorrow, nor crying?neither ?hall ther? be any more pain; for the former things are passed away." One thing more, Doctor. Where do you find anything in tbe Bible about the diet of ihe saints during the Milleniumf When you expresied so much holy horro...

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

THE AMERICAN BATTLE-SHIP. by wi_u-M Wallace, or ky. Out on the sounding sea, With a ?lag of stars and a row of steel, "Mid the tempest ?cowl and tbe battle peal? The great ship of the free1. Away from her mooring??away o'er the wave Kow"proudly she bore the glad hearts of the br In the sun-burst of morning, the darkness of i,i?i Like a goddess *.he strives with the gales : Behol.l her alwne in her glorious might. With her banners ot" beauty and streamers of lig Like a condor when out on his terrible flight. Where the breath of the tempest prevai's. Hark, hark ! 't is her thunder ! her flags are all oi And tbe lightning '9 the wreath she will wear Now it shine? on her mast?now 'tis hurried abot 'Mid the ring of the sword and the rapturous shou By tbe breath of the sulphury air Why thus ig she wrapt in the black-curling sraoke Wbv thus have her thunders tumultuously brokt O'er the balls of the dark-n-Hing w-*ve ? Why thus have her star-crested flags been unfui Like the wings of (Tome ...

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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE (S FCCUSHZD EVERY- MORMIKO, At 1?50 Nasmt-st., (opposite the City Hnll,) Nem- York, And delivered to Ciiv Subscribers ;?*r ffwe Cents per week. Single copies 7_o Cent? Mail Subscribers, $5 per annourt, in advance; and the papjer in no case continued t-eyond the lime for wbicb il is pttid- Subscriptions taken for Six Months. TERMS or ALiVF.i-.TISl.VG-. TEN Unes or less, (over six.) first infuvrilon_ 50 Cent?. <? " for each subsequent insertion...... 25 " " " for six insertions, or one week.$150 " ? ?? for twenty-fire irisertioim. 500 M I?nger A<iverii?^-nients at ??oually favurabie rates. M?rria?*e*t, Iteligioa? and r- uneral Notices, not exceeding five line?. 25 cent ? XT THE WF.EKLY TRIBUNE, a very large p*?per, for the Country, is published every Saturday morning, at tbe low price ol $2 per annum, in advanee. THE TRIB?NeT Friendship's Offkrisg and Winter's Wreath : A Christ? mas and New Yeats* Present for 1843. London, Smith, Eiden i. Co. New-York, D. Ap...

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

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 19. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Of KENTrCKV. XT Oor friend? who design to favor us with their adver? tisements will please bear in mind that our terms are CASH and however unpleasant it may be for us to refuse, we can? not hereafter permit this rule io be infringed. Ocr Ledger ?a foil, and we bave no Collector. BjT - B." of Philadelphia, will please leave hli favors at tbe News Office ol Zeiberk Burgess,in Ledger Building. - m ?ET Persons wishing to purchase the new cheap publica? tions of the day, will find them all at the publication office of tli? Tribune, No. 160 Na-w-iu-s.reet, opposite tbe City Hall. _||r__ Repeal ?-* the Bankrupt ?Law. We remark with sorrow the efforts making in Congress for a precipitate and absolute Repeal of the General Bankrupt Law, under circumstances which render the success of those* efforts highly probable. Wo understand foliy the reasons for this Repeal, but we insist that they are countervailed by others of super...

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

RELIEF FOR THE SICK, ir Dr. Bub'? Infallible Ifealtb Pills. The great favor w'rfich ihis v.Tue.b?e medicine has gained during the few months it bas been made known to the pub? lic, bas pro?ed In*yond all question its claim to superioi efficacy in the alleviation and rare of 'die numerous com? plaints which are common to mankind. We assure those vrho are ai?licted that th?-y need but try a jingle box to be convinced tbat this is no humbug preparation? even were not the name of the immortal inventora sufficient guarantee for Its genuineness and merit. In all bilious and liver com? plaints, pleurisy, indigestion or costiveneta, heartburn, piles, headache, erysipelas and other diseas? s o? the skin, debility, _ complaints incident to females, the HEALTH PILLS have never yet failed to effV-ct a cur?*. We are constantly receiving teuimoniali of the most extraordinary cures ef? fected by thin m?*riicine. Read ihe following CURE OF LIVER COMPLAINT. ? ... New-York, Nov. 8, 18-12 Mr. H. O. Da...

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

From the Green Bay Rep?blica T??ta?P4-"pai,cc "??Moras the ?Mi?pe'***raT" Aa there seems to be uut iittie going on in Eastern part of the world of acy interest to readers, we bave though-. &?.viaable to give a ?t account of the progress of th? good work am . iba Indian?, feeling confident it will not be uj ceptionable. The question has frequently b asked u?, why we did not give more space ? Subject, in giving accounts of tue progress of ?work throughout the Union. We learn that while the late Treaty was in j jress at La Pointe, Lake Superior, the friendi tempo* anee got up a tempemnce meeting, an? ?ry interesting meeting came off on the cccasi It was about 1?? miles farther nortb-weBt than te per?.nce had form-illy broken silence. It was dead a novelty in the wilds of tnis wild region The meeting was well attended by the India and as we have been furnished with the parti lar? of the temperance movement at thar time. wi 1 give them as a curiosity from the Indi country The Rev. Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 December 1842

! THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS rUBLISHCO EVERT MORNING, ?At 150 Nastau-st., (opposite the City Hall,) New-York, soi delivered to City Subscribers lor Nine Cents per week. Single copies Two Cents Mail SubKribers, $5 per annum, in advance; and ihe paper in no case continued beyond the time lor which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. TERMS Or ADVERTISING : TEN Unes or 1?H8,(over six,) first inserilan.... 60 Cents. .?* ?* for each subs^uent i_seTtk>n...... 25 " u " for six insertions, or one week.$150 " ? ?< for tvxnty-five insertions. 5 00 " Longer Adverliswoeuts at ?equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and t nneral Notices, not exceeding five Imes? ??*> cenu TjrTllE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, far lUe Country, is published every Saturday morning, at ibe low price of $2 per annum, in advance. "the tribune. 1 The Kooiers ITIatiny. Tbe Courier of yesterday morning contains a de? tailed, and we presumo a correct, account of tue horrible attempt at mutiny...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or aairxTca-. __P J-CK Hurrow, ??tomplete, f >r only 57^ cents, may be bad at this office This Morning, at 10 o'clock. A discount to Agents. ????_? _ The "vlutiny. We publish upoR the firs?- page further particu? lar? of the mutiny on board the U. S. brig-of-war Soraers, which, since it was finit made known, ban been the aimait universal theme of conversation in this city. From Orb account, which beyond all doubt is in the main correct, some conception may be formed of the black horrors prevented by the prompt, efficient, and, every intelligent man must add, hu? mane action of Commander Mackenzie. In look? ing at the transaction we trust regard will not be had meicly to the wretches who suffered death for their crime?, but that others than the criminals will .'?-ceive some sympathy and attention. There ??ems to be a very prevalent feeling just now to shed profuse and most pitying tears over the fate of every in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 December 1842

i. ! MONEY MARKET. Salea at (be Stock Exchange, Dec. 10. *22 0* 0 Ohio Cs, lUCO-opg ??-Hi ? Mohawk IL.32 jBOOO ?io do...opg ?jHsj 5? do.bBOdillj SI ?JO Indiana B?,n?is... _i|| 25 ?lo.31 ??'Mechanics Bank.W, 23 do.St}* Tt> Merchants' Bank.... 87 50 do.sSOd 31 ,? do.*>i -00 Long Island.48* 5 0hioTruslCo...opg?O 1100 Harlem..s ?30d 15? ? 4o.opg 61 ?liOPaiersouR.b60d 47-, second hoard. 5Bkor Cota.82|? 25 Mehawk.bSd 31* ??omimrcini and money Blatter?. Mondav.P. M. Tbe business at the Stock board was quite light to-day god without material change. Mohawk again feil off 1? per c?nt- The sale ofS'.ate ttocks were confined to $25,000 !0b?o Sixes, bought by one h?uae, thought to be for English tccounL So change in rates. Notbi-g doing in foreign Bills. Rates nominal at 6 a 6? for Sterling ; 5 45 a 5 43} far Francs. About $40,000 in I fjpaoish JDollart? goes forward to Bosloa for ihe East Indies. Alabamaetoas been sold nt 10 dhcounL There was a litiie i_??ort In demand toward the close o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 December 1842

-5or.net. THEM is a curse,?the direat of ?11 those Which gather o'er our lile ;?it is to bear All that should grieve ub without grief ; to we A heartless calm, a loathsome peace, when woes Are dealt unto us largely ; rile repose Usurping the blank soul : while hope and fear Alike forsake us, and the natural tear No louger from the heart, like life-blood flows. This only do I dread : from this alone, Oh, Faie, defend we ! though it be my doom To writhe, ere long, beaeath a scourge of steel, Shield me from Horror'.? worst?the heart of Btor Wnata'er ihe ills that are as yet to come, Gram me the power their keenest edge to feei. Onr Country. Toe following interesting letter from Hon. Hxi ?HANI'S Bleecker, United States Cbarg?" des A faires at The Hague, and President of the S Nicholas Society at Albany was read at the annul celebration of that Society. It is well worthy a attentive consideration : _*' _ ,' Tbe Hague, 28th Oct. 1842. Dear Sir : I hoped to be with you. at you next anniver...

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

J THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE fIS PL'BLISHED EVERV MoXNlNC, it 160 A??-?-???-*' ("TTotxte the City Hall,) Item- York, ?? del-vered to Ciiv Sub*c ribrrs fer_vw Cents per week. Sinde cop - two Cents Mail Subscriben?, $5 per ???num. ?D advance; and ihe paper in no case continued ly-ond the lime for which it is paid- Subscriptions ?ken for Six Months. TERMS Or ADVERTISING : T_tN lines or less, (over six.) fir? in?-*_?D- 50 Cents. ? - for each hufisequent infcertion. 25 *? .. u for six insertions, or one w??ek.$150 " ? ?? for twenty-five insertions. 5 00 ?* tons-" Adverli*ei<iei?ls at ecjuallv favorable rates. Marriage*, Religious and F uneral Notices, iiot exceeding five lines. 25 cents. ttTHK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, ? for lUe Country, i* published every Saturday morning, at jj^ (0w price of $?? per annum, in advance. I^THE TRiBU??T ? Irving'sjj?lumbus. In our notice of the Knickei bocker for Decent ? ber a few days since, we alluded to an elaborate paper in the Southern Literar...

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

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MQRNING. DECEMBER 21 FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or KEXTOCKT. XT Our friend-. v?bo dr?i/<n to favor us with tiic ir ndver Uvrmciil* will piea*e beariu mind i.-.aicur term?are CASH and i.cweve.- ntv'?-*-*~?it it may be for u? to refus-, we can? not hereafter perm:: t_U rule to be iiiiring-il. Our Ledgei *ls foil, and we bave no Collector. XT Per-CD? wi?-hn>? to perchai the new cheap pubhra ti-'ssot ihe'lay, wdl find ihein a.l ai il?e publication one* i>( v-o Tribut, No. 160 Na?_-.s->v-eet, opposite the City Kali._ The AppliCBl?oa of the i.nvr of X-fbc! by our :".i*i?.?-_ie VourU We close our illustrations of the Law of Li? bel, as applied by our Suprome Court to Editors in the Coop.rr Libel-suits, by a sample of the rules of Justification, as laid down by them, especially in the recent noted Cooper-town deciaioa. Oar friend Fenimore Cooper, it will be remem? bered, chivalrous'y declared in bis summing up a? BalUton, that if *e were to sue him for a l...

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

CITY INTELLIGENCE. i X-AvrrKKs' Diary--This Day, December 21.? CoMVo?* Plf.as?Part t-.Vos. 29, 97, 41,4>,_, 47, 51, 53, 57.i9-Psri 2, at 10 o clock?Nos, 3?., 34, 4S, 43, 5u, 52,54, 56.58. _?? Sircr.t.;R Coiiet-Nos. 22, 2, 63, 10, 49, 0, 89, 83,11,12, JJS,7?,74, 5,6,116. Tuesday, Dec. 20. Board or Assistant Aldermen.?The mi 'nutet of the 1?t meeting were read and approved. Petitions Presented and RErcai?d.?Of 106 taz-pay iog citi?ns, ?gal nut the propc>?ed method of cleaning tbe !' iiri-t? by conti*aci. Of Isaac H ?Igbt, for cojnpe nsation for services don- as a watchman. Of Gee?. A. Wilkes, for cor? rection of MX. Of ihe Mechanic*. Bank, for relief under the act relative to Corporations. Ueports ?Of ihe Committee to whom w_ referred the cause* o?" ??'?* '???min??' of the Cupola, kc. oa the 18.1* Nov. last- They s'.ate that they have had many meeting*?, and examined a number of witnesses on the subject ; that the luiife with nhi.-h Colt commit ed suicide must have been conveyed...

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

rXJ* Tbe following, from .the Amrrusap o? yes ?orday, bear? the initial? of H. T. TnCt-ftTtXA? one of our most popular and gifted Poets. It is ' deserved tribute to the hero of a noble deed. TO CO.M. ALEXANDER SL1DELL MACKENZIE. ?f, like the warrior wb<?e immortal story, With kindred mind, toy pen <- well bam traced, Thou badst brought hume a victo. * wreath of glory, A nation's praise thy coming weuld have graced : Shouts, such as Erie'* youthful hero greeted, Thy no?>te deeds wouM lealousiy proclaim ; hy lair and btave. with ffraieful tears, repeated, Thy i-iuDiry'*? love would con?ecrate thy nans Is there no triumph save in war's commotion .'? ?o ?.lent conqu -is that the *nul achieve*?.'? Like the vast-?lumber of tbe peaceful ocean Ere *i.'?e wild itorrn its ly*>o_ madly heaves? The reckl_s fight wiih _? IT devoted tx?3rti_, And cravrn ???of? awhile can fiercely rage, Bui duty cia-??. a more exulted darisur? An? calmer dee?is a martyr's -tren*, h engage. How siern a ...

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