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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS ?Tit?SHED EVERY MORNING, At 160 __*<-?--?. (opposite the City Hall,) Fern-York, Aod delivered lo City Subscribers 1er ?One Cents per week. ginele copies Two Cents Mai! Subscribers, ?5 per annum, in advance; and ihe paper in no case cant?lued beyond the lime tor which it is paid. Snbscr: puons taken for Six Months. TERMS OF iDVER?SING: TEN lines or less,(over six.) first ?smi??.... 50 Cents. ?. ?? for each subs??uent insertion. 25 " ?? ?' for Hx insertions, or one week.$150 * ? ? for theenty-fh-eins?etlions. 5 00 ?* Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Harriages? Keiigiou? aud Funeral Notices, not exceeding ?-.v.* hnes. 25 cents. XT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large p**per, ?hr tue Country, rs published every Saturday morning, at tbe low prire of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Ernest Malt raters?No. 11 Libiary of Select Novels.? Harper le Brothers. This is decidedly one of the best numbers yet published in tbis cheap and excellent series...

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

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22 FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or -CEffTrcaT. ?-I***-*-**-" ??" ?? ? ??-' ?" -aca "v as XT Democratic - _?g Grraer ! <_'o -?;*_ ittec ?A ?p**.-:?! -*?*_-?? Ol tuis C.??..mi?re will be b?l?. at lb Broadway Kou? in Friday Evening. D?*rem??er 23, at _cU?rk ELLIS POTTER, Cuairm.n. J. H. Ko-UftT Caw?-, > getanes. _. E CoWLts, > _ d_2t CThe Weekly Tribune for tbt present week CDS / be obtained ai oar desk this fotreooc?, pice Si cents. Bad In wrapper? ready forr_ ?ling* to tho?e who w i?b tosend ?It to tbelr friends'in tbe country. This paper contain! tl? foil peniculars of tbe Somers Mntiny as publii_*d do? ria*?; tbe week In the daily papers ; Bancroft's Lecture on the O-iditiop. of Europe, also on the Early Hi?, rycf Amer? lea* Correspondance from Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash? ington, Indiana, kc 5 Proceed.*,, in Congress; Burr and Blami?-basset; EDITORIALS on the Repeal of the Bank rnpt Law, _.d a variety of other robj eels; Polite- His...

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

M__g_-E-^-_J^_.___^_^ Bu Calhol: l?\ S -??C? ????_?_?*?-" ... j?,i?i?ih ?. Se? ccT?The Im?mene* of Ck?ttkanita on Civilisation. . Do?),? open at 7 o'ciock ; L -ctuie wiii coinm? nee al i.alf pa,t 7 i?-.lock. Tickets?io ???Jinn a gentleman a? . lady, 60 ?Vnt, each ; extra uckeis to au.ini a Uoy, _? cents .ich? jo*.?/ beli-id a? follows:?Prom the e_cers ?f the Society, ?-?I : riev. Jobo McCioky, Su Joseph'? CiiU'Cl?, Sixth Av enuea?d B?r_?w-st; Matthew O?weil, fil Catharine-reef, Edward Mcllroy. 177 Bowery; Cornelius Diver. 8-5 Wall* ?treet; Jame? O'Brien, 81 !'?r.??me sireel; Eugene A. Cas leriv. 4 Cuy Hal! Place :?at the book-?u>re? oi John Dovle. ?69-rua? way ; Ca.?_ rly v Son?, 108 Nassau* street; E d ?va?. Djnii;uu. IT Fcllon-Mre?; Jobn McSweenev, 20 Jarn?*i?->>tr? i?from the Seiions of the different Catholic Cnurchei?--and at tln-d?roo t'e evening ot the L-ciur?*. Hy order? EUGENE A. CASSERLY, dl5'5:isTbSTuWA.Th- Secreu y, kc. ?**_**_?- *' XT A JLectnre will be given in...

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

The Slave'? Dream. BY H. W. I_i??GPF?L0W. Beside th' unga'hered rice he lay. His sickle is his band: His breast was bare, hi? matted hair Was buried in the sand. Again, in the mist and shadow of sleep, He saw his Native Land. Wide through the landscape of his dreams The lordly Niger flowed ; Beneath tbe palm-trees on the plain Once more a king he strode, And heard the tinkling caravan** Descend the niountair.-road. He saw once more his dark-?yed queen Among her children stand ; Z hey clasped his neck, they kissed his cbee They held him by the hand .??* And tear"burst from tbe sleeper's lids, And feii into the sand. And then at furious speed he rode Along the Niger's bank; His bridle-reins were golden chains, And, with a martial clank, At each leap be could feel his scabbard of st? Smiting his stallion's flank. before him, like a blood-red flag, The bright flamingoes flew; From morn till night he followed their flight, O'er plains where the tamarind grew, Till he saw the roofs of Caf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 December 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS ir-BUSH-D EVERY MORNING, At 160 Nassau-tt, (opposite the City Hall,) New- York, And delivered to City Sohscribers for Nine Cents per week. Sine"?* copies Two Cents Mail Subi-tribers, $5 per annum, in advance ; and ihe paper in no case continued beyond tbe time for which it is paid. Subscriptions liken for Six Months. TERMS Of ADVERTISING : TEN lines or less,(over six.) first insertion.... 50 Cents. ? " for each subsequent Insertion. 25 - - M for six insertion*?, or one week.$150 ?' ?? ?? for twenty-free insertions. 5 (jo " Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religions and I uneral Notices, not exceeding five lines, -5 cents. XT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for tbe Country, is publisln-d every Saturday morning, al tbe low price ol $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. IXcbieto. Critical and Miscellaneous Essays. By T. Babing ton Macaulay. Vol. IV. Philadelphia, Carey k Hart ; New-York, Carvili it Co. 108 Broadway. Macaulat ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or KE.-TCCKY. ET Democratic WhigGratr'-l Committee. ?A special me*.ine of this Cu.nmittee will be beld at ih* Broadway IIoos** on Friday Evening. Dw*emiw*r 23, at 7 o-eloek. ELLIS POTTER, Chairnwn. 1; 5* "0KA*T HaW*- i Secretaries. ._, a K.E Cowlm. )_ <S222t XT Our friend? w bo design to favor us with their adver vlsements wl.'f please bear in mind that our terras are CASH and however unpleasant it may be for us to rcfu?-, vc ?**r" not liert-afler permit tiiis rule lo be infringed. Our Ledger _ full, and we have no Collector. OT A further supply of Wing-and-Wing andI Tfce-Spy, by Cooper, are received and for sale at tiie Tribune otnce _io,TheTwoAdmiraU-allumform edition*. Price for each complete iu two vols., Wcerru. S3- The second No. of BiufDt'* Encyclopedia is ready this morning. Price 25 ceo?*? XT The New World Annual, done up In wrappers ready fcir ma" g t?Ty be had at the office of The Tribune 16? N_*? tS_...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 December 1842

rs^svammfSBdXt?sssa MONEY MARKET. gale?? at the Stock Exchange, Dec. %2. ?000City7S.1332. ?Oil 25MohawkR..SO-} ?lV* Ohio is, 1880. op? 791 25 do.3ft? Zi'or?) do do...opg69 I ?0 ?io.s30d 30 ?'/_ Indiana Boods... _ 50 Harlem . 15* 3 Bk of America.78 II?. Patcrsen R.b__ 4?| 55 Union Bank._?i 110 Utlca lUilroad.117 35 Bank Kentucky. 44 110 Syr _ Utica It.1C0 10 Am Mar. Ins. Co.... 35 | SECOND BOARD. 25Mabawk*.SO},1C0 Paterson R.?3d 45? # do.s 20-1 31 1_ -L'omit?'trc-af und 3loavy . . nt-terr*. Thursday, P. M. Tbe sales at the Board today were quite.small and the foreign news appeared to have no effecu Mohawk declined j per cent. Tbe demand for State Stocks wa? limited City Sevens sold at lC-i : Ohio Sixes farther declined ? per cent; Indiana Bonds}. There is only a moderate business doing in Foreign Ex? change- Sterling we quote 5 * a 6. Francs 5 45 a 5 43.} Mobile is dull to-?!ay at 9i a m ; New Orleans par to J primi. Tbe London Money Market at the last advices was very easy, and secu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 December 1842

A GHOST AT NOON. BY EUENEZEX ELLIOTT. Tbe day was dark, i?ave when tbe beam Of noon through darknesaa broke ; In gloom I sate, as in a dream, Beneath my orchard oak ; Lo! splendor, like a spirit, came, A shadow like a tree ! While there I ??ate, and nam'd her name, Who once sax there with me. I started from tbe seat with fear ; I look'd around in awe; Bur saw no beauteous spirit near, Though all that was ? saw ; The seat, the tree, wher? oft in tears, She mourned her hopes o'erthrowo, Her joys cut off in early years, Like gather'd flowers"half blown. Again the bad and breeze were met, But Mary did not come; And e'en the rose, which she had set, Was fated ne'er to bloom. Tbe thrush proclaimed, in accents sweet, That winter's rain wa ^'er! The blueboJJs tbrong'd around my feet, But Mary can-6 no more. I think, I fee'?but when will she Awake to thought again ? A voico of comfort answers me, That God does nought in vain:? He wastes nor flower, nor bud, nor leaf, Nor wind, nor cloud, nor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 December 1842

. THE NEW-YORK TRIBUN] IS rCBLISHEO KVEfcy MORNING, Jt 1?S0 Nastau-tt., {opposite the City Hall,) New-York, And delivered to Ciiv Subtcribcrs for JVt>?e Cent? per -*ee Single cope* Two Cents Mail Subscriliers, $5 p annum, in advance; and Hie paper in no caseosnth?a beyond ti?e time for which it b paid. Subscript?? ?akenforbix ?t?ontlis. terms or aovertisiwc: TEN lines or les?, (over six.) fin-t insi.ri!?n.... 50 Cen? .? ?? for eacii sul-serjuent m?-rrtion. 25 " <? ?? for six insertions, or one week.$1 SO *? . ?? "?? for twenty-five iu-eriions.5 00 " "?nger AtJv?*rtt*>-'oei.i? at equally favorable rates. Marnai**:'-", Rt-ligious and Funeral Notices, notexceedir ire line?. 25 eeiit rjr THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very iarge pape for tue Country, M published every Saturday morning, ; I*-,?? low price of $2 per -mrnm, in advance. "THE TRIBUNE. r*??-*?*?? ? ^=^~~~~ ' ? . 5_tterar? "Notices. The Christian Review. No. 2_ December, 1812. Bo ton : Oonld, Kendall k Lincoln. H. k S. Ray nor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF KEWTOCKV. XT Our friends who design lo favor os with their adver t-etnents will please bear in miad that our terms are CASH and however unpleasant it may be for o* to refo*??-, we can? not hereafter permit ibis rule to he infringed. Oar Ledger is full, and we bave no Collector. XT A farther supply of Wing-and-Wing and Ti-eSpy, by Cooper, are received and for tale at the Tribune office. Also, The Two Admirals? all uniform editiom?. Price ?'or each complete io two vols., _>c?-*nu. XT The second No. of Bhande's Encyclopedia is ready this ?oruioff. Price 25 cent?. XT The New World Annual, done up in wrap-pen ready for mading, may he had st the office of The Tribune. IG* ?ama-street, opposite Hie City Hall. Po-Zgc toar-y place ia the United States only three cents. XT Tenons wishing The Tribune left at tbe?r residen ces or places of business in lb* cityai an early hour in the rnorniog. will ?-ease leave their na...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 December 1842

MONEY_MARKET. gale? at the Stock Exchange, ISec. 93. " 25 Mohawk R.b30d 31. 25 do. 3?i KOPaterson R.f?30d 46 1-50 do.s_- 4<>} ->" do._H?d 45? 82,000 K'ky Sixes.pi ?JUX.*? Ohio 6s, 1-0. opg 69? SiOO ?Jo do...opg ?59 gono do.*__?* iSDcl. ?wHud.?? ? ???? *_<.?_?a ?.{? 50Ca_oo*Co'..-?G?? ?-O da.sl?d 45? 16 Ut?ca?V Sehen R.... 117 ICO ?lo.b60d ?SA* 10 T . ir.:... r> ?i-i? I en .?-. .... . ..? 20 Syr. ?*? ?-T*-Ca K.lt0 5Auburn* Syr Rit . 84 I? Ung J_an?.?*30d 4Si J0 do.? 4 . 50 do.s30d ?l?i ?**? do.s60d ?-?i 50 do.4? 30 Stonington R.R. m ICO do.b_d48_ 25 do.sSOd 17. 05 United t?-tt*s Bank.. 2(25 do.sC-l 17* jO ?i. J- Railroad.65 ? 50 do.,.b60d 18 -j, Harlem. 1 *_ SEC?N? BOARD. $4,0- Ohio Sixes.. .opg 69| *L:o_ir__rci-t and ?Tacuey ?latter?. Friday P. M. Tbeh_inessof the Board was-inore than usually exten* live to-day, especially in Falerson. Delaware improved ?; _oba*_, J ; Sionington, J ; Patereon declined 2 per ct oo the last ?ale. The sales of State Su-cks were not large...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 December 1842

For The Trib?ne. ODE FOR CHRISTMAS. BY ? - 01 TERt?N. Nioht o'er Palestine was waning, Silence ??umbered on ber billa, Save the zephyr's sweet complaining, Answering t? the miirmuring rills ; Streaming from tbe vault of glory, Starlight quivered in the air, Failing, as in ages hoary Marino fell at Israel's prayer. Mar? had left his bloody station, Janus closed his battle-shrine. And through all the vast creation Bloomed the olive and the vina : In their sheaths the swords were resting, Spears and bucklers lined the wall, And no more, for murder thirsting, Rang tbe brazen trumpet's call. Shepherda on Judea - highlands Wakeful watched tbeirsleeping charge, Marking oft the sky's light-islands Sink below it*.western marge ; With a wondering, silent pleasure, Gazed they upward from the sod, When, out-boundir-g from th* 8zure, Burst the blazing Star of God. ? Swiftly 6ped the flaming stranger? Planets at its glance grew dim? Till it rested o'er the? manger Of tho Babe of Bethlehem. Then f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 December 1842

:_] ^m** ??Of?l ???-? *nt?*< ?M ??lit. ????or. C i?. -Ibe **?*r, -jHE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MOR. .NO, jl 160 Nastau-tt., (opposite the City Hall,) Netn-1'ork, ^ Slivered to C'nv Subscribers f?rNine Cents per week. -"jjistfie copi?*s Two Cents Mail Subscribers, f-5 per ?so-, in advance; and the paper in no case continued jy-yond the time for which it is pai?JL Subscrip?ons 112, k*. t-en t?r is"1 ?ontha. TERMS OF -V.OVERT-1?*?-.: *?$ lin? or let's, (over six,) first ins*rtU*.n.... 50 Cents. for each suba-qaent insertion. 25 " for six insertions, or odc* week.$1 so ? for tnxnt'j.fivc insertions. 5 00 ? -.' a, n - -if. moo ler?;. aorj. a.. ??? ??ge rom ?lof >1?tj*er Atlverthements at equally favorable rates. Ii_ria-<*s, Religions and Funeral Notices, not es ?rtlit?s. 25 coats. 'j-7 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, ?y.fcGouutry.ts published every Satardav morn ?? at g low price ot 92 per anncm. in advance. " |fr H E T R1B ? N E.~ the \^===--__-=_=rr?_? ige -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. c ? ._??,.-, i - ,"-? ? ? MONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER ?6. _aa ??*?-? ?? ? ' **-*?_*_? r-?r "r _ C_ PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OP KSK?7CB.T. __ Wanted an agent for this paper at Patersoa, N. J. One who resides there sad is acquainted in the place will have the prefert-C XT Tbk W_o Almawac and Uiht?:o Srates Regis? te- for t?. year 1843 *-v*>y be obtained at this office in wrapr-Tf ready ior mailing. Price 12$ cents. e-hri-tmua Thought?. This is the day generally c?l?br?t?-.?bow cor reatJy, is of little moment-?as the anniversary of the birth of tho Prince of Peace--the appointed Saviour of Mankind. In every direction Churches are festooned with garland?, and multitudes of joy? ful votaries are thronging "thither to testify their gratitude by thanksgiving and praise. But not alone through devotion does the general .joy declare itself. In festive and social gatherings; in happy reunions of long-separated relatives and friends ; in the pomp and profusion of tbe hospitable board...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 December 1842

__S?__-__-_B '"jMONE Y M^ARKE T. Unie? at she BtocU Exchange. Dec. -_. *5?00???Ute-,1IM?.102 I 60Stoniogton. 17$ ?'(-) S-te6s, 18?2.... &5i ?151? Harlem. ISt ?l'o-O Ohio -, laoO. opg 6. 50 do.b90d 1?| ?ti. do '50...opg 72. M do.b60dlM 8 Amer. Ex. Bk.68 50 Patenon R.45* 8Utlcafct--hcn-....117 SXCOXD BOARD. 23 MohawkR.sSOd SI .00 PateT-?n R.b60d 45* ?jomnicrciai ana ITU oner ITIatter_ Saturday P. M. The transactions at the Brokers' Board were very limited today, but sale? were generally firm. Id Sute Slocks the tales were abo small, but there was no change in prie-. Forele** ?-chance is quiet-Sterling 5j a 6 ; Franc?, 5 4_ Alabama U at 9} a 10 discount with very little doing. Tbe Britannuat Boston brongbt$450,C00 in specie." Ano tker account states that she bad nearly a million on boar Oi the 27lb ?im. the assets of ihe Bank of Lyons will pass | ?uto ihe hands of the Receivers. The notes are selling at ; ?boat i'i disconnt. There was more demand for Lewis Co. Bank Notes to day and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 December 1842

For The Trlbaae. THE DISCONSOLATE. ?* As the Earth -when leaves are ?ead. As the Nigbt when ?deep t* ?P***** As the Heart when joy is fled, I am left lone, alone." I__.i_.ey. All lonely i? thy hearth, Dusk shadows round it fall, And tones of -Cove and Mirth Are hashed within thy hall. Her lip? have drank the brine ; Her pa hie ia cold and still ; A mournful lot is thine, Though jewels of the mine And gold thy coffer? fill* The Church-yard turf below Her sainted mother lies, And there spring up and grow Bright flowers of varied dyes ; And sorrow for thy child Les? desolate would be, If near that mother mild Her grave-mound was up-piled Beneath the willow tree. For thee the dawn ?3 bright, Eve gemmed with stars in vain ; Thou mourn8st for a light That ne'er can shine again : Tby garden bowers with grass, And weeds are overrun; The friends of eld, alas ! Unnoted by thee pass, For thou with Earth haBt done ! By night her eyes of blue Upon thee sweetly gleam, But morning proves untrue Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 December 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS rUBUSHED EVERY MORNING, At 160 Nassawst, (opposite the City Hall,) Nen> Torle, Axx. delivered to Ciiv Subscribers lor AW Cents per week. Single copies Two Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, in advance; and the paper in no ca_*continued beyond the time for which it is paid. 8u_cripiJo_ taken for Six Mouths. TERMS Or ADVERTISING* TEN lin? or te_,(over six,) first ms?rtl?n.... 50 C?*nts. ?? " for eacb _ibseqaent insertion. 25 ? ** ?? for sis insertions, or one week.$150 *? " ?* for twenty-five l_e_ion?. 5 00 -* Longer Advert-siue.-.ts at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and * aueral Notices, not exceedint five lines, 25 cent*. -? XT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very lorg* moer for tUe Country, i? published. every Saturday morninc at the low price of 82 per annum, in advance. ?_ THE TR?BUNeT 5_?Urarj Xotices. American Eclectic and Museum of Foreign Litera? tur?. Conduct?d by J. H. Ac. CW and E. Littku? J-mary, IMS. 33 Park Row. The union of the Americ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 27. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or __?iie??*-_ XT Wanted an agent for this paper at Pattrsoa, N. J. One who resides there and is acquainted in the place wdi bave the preference. mm XT Tmi Whic Alma.??c and Ujiited Skates Recis te* for the year 1S43 may be obtained at this office in ?wrappers ready lor mailing. Price 12J cents. XT We are indebted to Pomeroy _ Co. for Albany and Utica papers received yesterday constderably to advance of the Mails. It was not their taalt that they contained no news. _____________ Effect of the IV. w Tariff ??a**? Price? of Jlnsuifucttire?, and ?? ?be ?-???*?-?_ of __abo?, We are every day called to confute the unqeah fied, confident, jot utterly false assertion that tho passag* of tho Tariff of 1842 has increased the price of American fabrics, and thereby filled the pockets of the American Manufacturers at the ex? pense of the People. Every Free Trade writer assumes as a matter of courue that the imposition of 20 p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 December 1842

MONEY MARKET. Sale? at the .Stock Exch-n. e, Dec. 26. $1,000 Kentucky rive?.. 63 i 10 Utica Railroad.117 (?OSlor-ingt?i. IG 25 Pater?in It.451 25 do.h60d 18il -?llarlem. jr.j $J#mt?erciafi anil __>_ey matters. Mo? OAY, P. M There vras a ihiu attendance at the Board u> day and no dijp-ltion evinced to buy. The only chaDge iu prices was i per ce? t advance on Stonington. Tlure are modera te sale* of Sterling at if a 6, and Franc.-? 5i5. Inland Exchanges are very quiet to-day. There appears to be a difference of opinion as to the aitouat of specie brouilu by the Britaoch. We have e ood autfaority for fixirg the amount at ?130,000 or about $650, OCO, of which about three-quarters comes to this City. The Orleans from Valparaiso brings considerable bu ilion. Tbc resignation of Mr. Nicoll of the New-York Life and Trust Co. has caused mac!; suspicion in Wall-st. We bad intended not to allude to the circumstances of the rase, but a?, a morning paper has brought the matter before the pu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 December 1842

L l N E S ? r ?_ On iAe JD?_ *>/ -fr*. Sarah Nilks, vife of the Hon. John M. Nilcs, U. S. Senator elect from Connecticut. ?? died on the _. ultimo. BY MR?. V. B. SICOCaK S Y. Wh. S from the winter hearth ia berne away Tbe eole, presiding spirit-?when the voice That poured the soul of kindness o'er its home, Making it beautiful, is hushed and mute As the fallen song-bird?when the summer hau rats Of bower and garden, with their clustering sweets, ?.ore, cherished plants, and flowers of every die. And graceful vines, that round tbe burdened prop Weave their fantastic coronal, and ask Some hand their rich luxuriance to restrain, Must abare n? more her ministry, who loved Nature, and Nature's God?what can impart Solace to him, who in each hoasehold scene Feels heart-bewilrl ering vacancy, acd mourns In loneliness of grief ? What, but the thought That she, who was the solace of his days, Hath gone to be an Angel?and doth wait, Beckoning for him, and gently urge his swps To the latest p...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
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