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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 December 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE It published every morning, at No. SO Ann greet, New-York, and'deli*.ered to City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, $4 per annum in advance, and the paper in no case continued beyotid the time for which i lis paid. Subscription* taken for Six Months. _ I 7>rwi 0/ .Mvir?nn?_for each Ai**riueaaetif of I TEN lines or leas (over six), first Insertion.. 30cU do- for each subsequent insertion. *?J do. for SIX Insertions, or one week-*ft SO do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions- 5 00 Longer Advej-js?raeuts at equall] favorable rates Msrrir.je?, Religious and Funcr.l Notices, n.u exceed? ing five lines 'X> cent'. (?-Adv.;rti.en-.?r.U ul.en ordered to to be continued en the inside after the first insertion will be subject to the ?.m( charge as on their first appearance?payable In all cases m advanca. OTT- Th- WEEKLY TRIBI'NE. a verv large pa , er for ttie ( ountrv. i? published evury Saturday mini ?ig, at the low price of tft per annum, in advance._ T H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 December 1841

T H E T R I B ? N E MONDAY MORNING, DEC. 13, 1841. XT Tor the "Report of the Secretary of War sec Firat Page. XT Tor a Poem and a new Chapter of Barnaby Kudgc see Last Pago. D" For City Intelligence see nert Page. RtrwKTor thJt SscRETART or War.?An ex? tended abstract of this able, document will be found upon out first pa^e. It presents a toll and clear account of the condition of our army anri general defences, and suggests many important improvements in our present military system. The See retail's -views and recommendations upon the subject of Interna] Improvement-the construction of Railroads, Canals, ttc. with especial reference to their importance as military roads?are liberal and entitled to earnest consideration. One great source of power consists in the ability rapid y to concentrate a large number of troops; and what? ever increases tho facilities for speedy communica? tion between the ditlerenl portions of the country contributes so much to its defence. Wo trust that this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 December 1841

Citj? intclUficrtce. Reported for the New-York Tribune. civil. courts. Satcroav. Dee 11. In the U. S. Circuit Court 'o-day. an ?eiion **' brought by Messrs Ssmuel f. Dorr Si Co. agaii-si Sam el Swart wont, former Collector, to recover ire sum of $1 MtM I? , and internal, whiih was demanded of thrm snd paid in i'll. and "26 > a the importation of a hjuaatity of silk ; t?i?t.. a titled by law toedsuission doty free, bat wbicu Mr. Swarlwout declared to hare been s< ? irg i? aod compelled them to pay the 40 percent to which tke lat? ter article w? asnecable. Ihr jiry reiorned a verdict in favor . f phiatina for $15 4-1 W, pntc.pal and intere-t, and 6 cents costs. In the action for .l.ntier at the Superior Ceurt. 'Jam de B.Iva v,. Francis r.rhartc ) the jury returnrd a tealcd verdict in favor cf plaintiff for $330 damages ^ 6 cents ? COStS. COURT of BES3iON9. SaTcamv. Dec. II. I Hefore the Recorder. Judge I ynch and Aldermen Pcrdy and KrsdbuMt The ease of William Roberta, ItUpleadc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 13 December 1841

For tha New-Yo: It Tribune. TO C0C3HS MARIA. Dec. 184l WliAT a donbi one is in to know where to begin T? discourse a poetic epistle, When the Present and Past, from the lirst to the last, / Fly together like-birds at a whistle , As it were, in one page, from our youth to our age, All the story of life strangely blended? The illusions, the cares, the enchantments, the snares Through which we have wearily wended. It is nothing to send a fe a- lines to a friend. By the Post, on a common occasion; And a pink billet doux is a tinall matter too. With its sweet-scented words of persuasion : But to write as much sense as will pay the expense Of the time, and the light of a taper, I3 another affair, and is certainly rare Amoig nil the things upon piper. When mv sweet, pretty cousin demanded a dozen Brief lines, in the way of a sonnet. Though little she knew it, my heart wept to do it? For thoughts of my yo:ith were upon it: A sad retrospection of early alTection? Of joys of ray youth'a cloud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 December 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE it published every morning, at No. 3fl Ann rtrWt, New.York, aad delivered to City Subteribon for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers. H per annum in advance, and the paper in no case continued beyond the time for which 1 is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. T.rrM .>/ Advtrtising_For eaeA .fde.rr-Vsiertf <>/ TEN line* or l<*.s 'over nix), first insertion.. ,??r.|* do- for each subsequent insertion. .to. for SIX Insertioas. or one week-SI ?*? do forTWENTV-UVE insertions.... .a OO Lonsrcr Advertisoments st equally favorable rates Marriages, Religious and Funersl Notices, not exceed - log five lines ti'i cent*. ^^^^^^^^ THE TRIB?NE. Dr. Lartlnert S'uik Lecture. Ladies and Gentlemen ??At our la-t evening F endeavored to explain the eircuois ances out of which tlie discovery of Halle'? Comet arose. We will now pursue the general subject, in the course of which, we shall find cireumsnriccs not destitute of interest. The comet of Halle is not the onl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 December 1841

THE TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, DEC. 14. 1841. XT For Dr. Larclner's Sixth Lecture see Tirst Page. 17 For a neve Chapter of Bamabv Ru^-ge ?ec Last Page. XJ~ For City Intelligence sec nest Page Home l-cnsne. Every effort to give this a party cast -hould indignaclA- frowned upon. There is nothing of the nature of parry belonging to it. In th.? ? tion of officers for the New York State League, all parties have been indiscriminately named. TL whole object of the Home League isthe protection of home industry and reciprocal commerce ; any and every party made up of Americans must be favorable to such a league. There may be some difference of opinion in the mode or means of ef? fecting the protection which a prosperous industry requires, and securing from nations selfish and ni bitrarv, an equal, just and reciprocal trade. V\ e think, with a view to correct unity of action and power, an association of the kind named is abso? lutely necessary. There are in this state three parties?the Whig, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 December 1841

CoMSf1 io!?.?Profesaor Polier'? Lecture at thi Repot rory ol" tie American Institut?, will be delivered ou'l'burs faf evening, ibe 16th int'., and not 15th, ss elated by mis? use in some of tbe pspers. LAWYER'S DIARY.Dec. 14. ?r?r.?ioa Cot kt ? jo.-.e. 21 89. 41, 95,136, 122,963, 1 |31 132,133 135 137. irte 139, 141, 141. 141, 148, 149, 1?; 191,162,153,151, IIb. 150. U7, 1.'-, IM. Citri j-ntrlhrjcnce. Reported for the New-Yocb Tnbane. COURT OF ?ksS?lONS. MOMOAT, Dec. 13. Before the Recorder, Judge Lynch no.l Aldermen Purdy at.d Bradhurst Samuel Mullen nnd Hause Skillen were tried for an at sault nnd battery on John J. Moore on the 90th of October but. Nothing appearing egalMt SniUeu, be wan ncqnit ted nnd .worn a., a witness, when the jury ajaofoend Mul len not ruilty. Joseph ?Hriag wei tried for enaseeeltaad bati-ry with au iule.it to kill fieorge. McCarty.. ttoat boy, residing near (be corner of tfa Tenth Avenue and Thirty-second ureet, when near Forty-fourth-st'eet. ou Sunday, th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 14 December 1841

ii A R N A B Y RIDGE, S Xsto tE-'orfc bp 33ot. CHArrtK LX>X. That afternoon, when he had slept of? h:-> fatir;rie had shaved, and wushed, and dressed, and freshened himself frorn top to t?e ; when iie bad dinei. con foited himself with a pipe, nn extra Toby, a nap in the great arm-chntr, ftnd a quiet chat with Mr-. V ar den on every thine that had happened, was happen inc. or about to happen, within tbe sphere ot ttieir domestic concerns : th- locksmith sat himself down at the tea-table in the little back parlor: the rosiest, cosiest, merriest, heartiest, bcst-cor.ter.ted old buck in Great Britain or out tf if. .. There he sat, with his beaming eyes on Mrs. V. ?ml his shining face suffused with c>?r>e-, and his capacious waistcoat -m.iing in every- Wrinkle, and his jovial li.imor peeping from ander the table in the verv plumpness of his leg- : a sight to turn the vinegar of misanthropy into the pe.rs-,1 milk of human kmdnc-s. There be <.at. watching his wite as she de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 December 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUN! Ii published every morning, at No. VI Ann street. New-York; and deliver. I to City Subscriber' for ONE CENT per copy. Mai) Subscribers, M pet annum in advance, and 'be paper ir. no ease continued beyond the time fo: which i 'it paid. tsabseripuoru taken for Six Months reran ?/ Mvtrtisint . Vat tech .f-Ir.rffteeienf ej TEN Uses or led t , ?t insertion.. -?fr(|* for each subsc.jt.eut insertion. do. for SIX intertioai 01 one week-81 -V? do. forT WENTY-KIVJC insertions.... OOO Lone, A '. -r.nents at ecosllj favorable rates Harrirures, Kelir.ii u- aud KunorJ >otices, not exceed Inr five Unas Jfieeai-. T B E TRJ B?NE. The Bightjf Seirch. The correspondence on this -ubject between Lord Pdmewton and the late Minister to Great Britain, is exceedingly full Mid interesting. We present below the principe.' points in each :ial communication. [. Lord Palmerston writes to Mr. Stevenaonac? knowledging the receipt from him of two notes complaining of the search and detention ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 December 1841

THE TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. DEC 15, 1841. TT Tot Diplomatic Correspondence or. the Rtght of Search, a Table of the '/."nite Population. City Intilii gence, Literary- Notice.-, ice. sec First Page. V For the Jirst of a capital story sec Last Page. ET For City Intelligence see nert Page. The Right or Search.?We need not direct the attention of our readers to the abstract up?ri the first page of the extended correspondence be? tween the British Secretary of Foreign Affairs and our late Ministor to the Court of St. James. The discussion was conducted with no little ability upon both sides: but we think Mr. Stevenson has de? cidedly the right of the case. The right elaimed by Great Britain cannot be granted without com? promising our national honor. The very fact that the liriti?h Government once sought to obtain the right by treaty with the United States seems to us ?Deficient proof 'hat even they did not consider it a right to which they could justly lay claim. An now that lh'-v tir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 December 1841

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 15 December 1841

Prom ihf Metropotiuu for Nov. I DEAF UNCLE JEFFERY AND THE LITTLE OLDJIAID. B T ABBOTT LI t. NsvXK m sach a commotion known in ti.e an? nuls of domestic moppery and broomery and scrub bery ami iustery. All good house-wives know bow to turn a hon.-.?*; upside down, and the dwel? ling into which wear" about to introduce our read? ers was just in this agreeable predicament. The curtains were down and the carpets were up: the fires were out and the sweeps were in; the floors were wet and the cisterns were dry; every thin? was out of Its place in the endeavor to put every thing imo it: and the whole household was in re? order while being put in order; and all because an old uncle was coming. _, , _? All the little and the great htato were mustered, and marshalled, and drill. d. W . P.kenbam took upon herself the office of drill seri'-ant. " Now gir's no quarreling, no contradiction, no LutT.ng no scowling, no scuffling?your old uncle's coming. Now, boys, no fighting, and frolicking, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 December 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIB?NE Ii published every morning, at No. SO Ann jtrect, New-York, and delivered to City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscriber*, $-t per eanu-a in advance, and the paper in no case continued beyond the time for which i is paid. SubscrlptionJ taken for Six Months. 7Vr-*? qf Jldv*rtigin{_for eecK Jidrirtiieoient of TEN line* or less fover six\ flr-t Insertion.. 30c tx do. for each subrequsnt insertion. 33" do- lor SIX intertloas. or one week-f?l 30 !o. for TWENTY-FIVE insertion*- 5 OO _THE TRIBUNE. View? of the .fltasage. Corresponds* of The Tribune. Rochester, De:. 11, loll. The Message of tht President is received umong us with real satisfaction. After all the trouble we have had about the fiscal corporation, we are moat agreeably surprised t>y being presented with a ?rt>?ei that appears to be well calculated for tbe wail's of the government and the country. The people have asked for an institution or a system of rinai ce that will facilitate exchang...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 December 1841

THE TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING, Dr.C. 16, 1841. JCT ' A Su! scribcr ' ?ho ?n'o for the Official Vom for Governor at the late Flection in Massachusetts, is inform ?! ?hat it is. never declared uutil after the mcetinr of th1 L"trii|aiure in January. He may be sure of findiDir nl Official Canvasses in the Tribune very soon after (if not before) their appearance any where else. XT Fcrarticles on the Metisagc.Poland. WTliteslOWTi Banit, 'from Correspondents.,! The Orphans' Fair.:: Niblo's, Educanon Convention. &c. Nonces of R*ew Publications, and records, of Courts on Tuesday, sec First Page. TT For the conclusion of the Story of 1 Deaf Un? cle Jeffrey and the Little Old Maid.' tee Last P.igtr ID' For City Intelligence see next Page. j>? The Home Ltngue. We proceed now to show that the Democrat ' party, in the days when its name was not so point-, s edlv contradictcd by its acts, was foremost in the advocacy of Protection. It is a matter of nototi ety that the Tariffs of 181b" and 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 December 1841

GO" Mr. J<>hn Harrison an old and wealthy reddest at Orange. New Jersey, recently commit? ted suicid?- by cutting the arteries of one of his arms with a razoi, and thu? bleeding himselt to death. He ?>> between sixty and seventy years of of age. KT" The Manageruf the Valley Anthracite Fur Dice, at Potttrtille, Pa. after absttacting $3 000 from the Miner*. Bank, by means csf a draft on this city, has decamped. Z3* A correspondent of the Herald says that the splendid United States Hotel at Saratoga was burned on Sunday morning. We do not believe it. CP A heavy fire occurred at Niagara on ii> 2d. The total los? probably exceeds ?30,C00. HH'Hit" DIARY.Dec 16 .?ir?.uoaC?i?t -N<>'. J34 137 Hi. 1?. "O 11,40. l-.i. bT eO.ll.J67 1C9. 170. 171.178, 173. 17?, 17.3. 17o. 178, I71>, lr<>, 181,183, IS? Irl 185. Citri I-ntrUiflcnct-. Reported for the N-w-York Tribune. CIVIL COURTS. \Vcone!oay, Dec. 15 Id the Sape'idr Court an action wax brought by Gil? bert Allen aad ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 16 December 1841

From the Metropolitan for Not. ' DEAF UNCLE JEFFERY AND IKE LITTLE OLDJ4ID. BT AfcBC-TT LEX. - [Concluded Little Fanny Carr lifted up her eyes and sa* those of their formidable visiter fixed full upon her face, whereupon she rose from her seat and trot out of the room as quick as possible. "Pray who is that little thing?" asked uncle j Jeffery of Mrs. Pokenham. as they were left to? gether in the evening?" pray who is that Httle thing that has just gone out of the room 1 " Do you mean Fanny Carr I O. she it a hole creature that has seen better slavs, and we let fiT be here because mv feelings wo n't let roe send bet assay. She is so" happy, nnd so attached ? us, poor' thing, and she just makes herself useful by H?ing any trifle that fall* in her way. She keeps the keys of the stc-re-room. and the ten caddy, and the wine cellar, and the beer, andI the cellaret, and vhe fills up her time with sewing for the girls and she has thft cote of the linen, and she inartes all the pastry, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 December 1841

.HE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I i published every mo r n i n g , ?t No. SO Ann rif. fU Ne? .York, and delivered to <"il> Subscriber' for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, f? pe: annum in advance, and Ute papi r in no case continue) bf-vond the titre for w hich i is paid. SabacrfptlOni taken for Six Months. Term o) Mvtrtitint_Fur ruh Mx*nistMtmt oj SKNUri ? - vi; m\ , Ural Insertion.. Wb do- for each subsequent insertion. :o foi SIX ii ?? rtioi or i ne week?SI ov do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions...- 3 OO Longer UvertisemeoU at e-iually favornble rates Marriage*. Religi us aud Funeral Notices, not exceed og five lines i-iccut?. . , OTT- Advertisements when ordered to to be eontJnued c tri- iTi.ide alter the first insertica will be subject to ae same charge as on their first apyearanoe-payable a all cases in advance. rjr> The WEEKLY TRIBl'NE. a verr large payer Sr the Country, is oubliihed every Saturday morn ng, t the low price of ? J per aanrim, in advance. THE TJRIBUNE. Report of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 December 1841

THE TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORN TNG, ?F.CKMBER 17, 1241 C The Daily Slid Weekly Tribune may be obtained ii Philadelphia Com our Agent at the News Office, No. 3! Nouh Second stioct. 1 Fsr an abstract of the Report of the Secretary of th? flrtvy.Cottuatttees of the Senate and 'addition? al; cf the Houie, N' tices of New Books. Georgia vs lie?-York, Oysters. Sec, ice. see First Page. ?CT For a, account of an Indust?ial Association on the plan of Fouri-r. Scientific Exchange*, a Poem by Glycna. ic . see LastPige. CT For City Intelligence see next Pag' Increase or the Navt.?Wejgave in eur last ike most important portion of the long and able Annual Jl-port of the Secretary of the Navy, and on the first pa-e of thin paper we present a brief but .an-fiil abstract of the re.idue. Mr. 1'psb.ur has ebrunk from no responsibility, and his Report ex? hibits h sinking contra?! to the tame and negative papers which have tor years been put forth by his predecessor*. Hi? urgent recommendations that a new and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 December 1841

?sg?H*?J??,*ffP"H5*,n HHBHMH LAWYERS UHRY.'?? e. H smxi'Rfoi RT...No. Ml. 40, 127. 11?, 15? ',171 ]7:. 1 6 17y,3 1*5.84 89.41,107,19 ,881,193,194,195 197! 1*9,8?0,801,803 2 3. Citp t"Ulliaence Reported for th- N< w-York Tribune* CIVIL COURTS. Tmnuoar, Dec ?* Iu the Sup rior Court, at. action for libel wm brought by Jimea P. Herat] against Morria Ketcbum.of the Utte firm o Morgan K trhum ?V Co.. th- dsro.ges laid at ? lo.OW). Mr. Heary. wno is now a book-keeper II the Merchants'Bank, wa. in 1834 Cashier of the St.ra.orc. Bauk.Conceetieut.Mr Ketchurn being hl? surety, but turaing hi. enemy efmrward*. it was said, and doing all he eould to injure him. In the year stated, it appears, the State Bank at Alo.ny remitted to Morgan. Keienum * Co. a bundle of bibs, amounting to $*.* 00^ end beiag 8I0C0 more than they intended remitting. The Baak du. aot observe tbe error till tbey got intimation of it in 1840, eye .rs af.erw.xds, when -hey called upon Mr. Ketchurn (hit f.rm having been dis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 December 1841

For tie New York Tribune. APOSTROPHE TO WINTER. ?V CLVCf?. As distant rumblings of the ground, re-echoed from the sky. Foretell the frightful ravages of th' earthquake draw? ing nigh, bo chill November comes aniaiH, stern Winter's pioneer. To waru us of her dread approach?to fill the soul with fear. Then frcm the stnrra-girt clouds .>r. high The forked lightnings leap. And thunder rends the sounding sky. And tempests vex the deep ; Hoarse, howling blasts around us rage. The w aves of Ocean roar, And angry elements engage in unrelenting e/ar. Hail, tyrant Winter! detested and feared: Comesi thou, contest thsro,crowned with snow, While o'er thy cold, cruel bosom thy beard In grisly length doth How? Pitiless and stern thou art' And thou sit'st on thy bleak and desolate throne A monarch tiiat rulest, in terror, alone Over the gentlo heart. When thou wavest toy frost bearing wand. Fabrics of ice in the sunlight gleam ; As seemingly moveless, as frail they stand As the air-built cities...

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