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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 December 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS I.BLI8HED "?VERY MO?tl. G, At 160 Nattau-sL, (opposite the City Hull,) Nevo-Tari, And delivered _ City Suhncxibcrs for Nine Cents per we?_* Singie <_>pi? Tvco Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per anncm. in adTance; and the paper in no case continu*?1 beyond the time lor which it is paid. Subsc?puons taken for Six Months TE2?S Or ADVERTTSIKC: TEK lin_ or -*>%(over six.) nminse.-Uaa.... 50 Cents. ??? ?*..i for each subsequent insert'oa. 25 ?? ? ?* for six insertions, or one week.$150 ?? a ? for twenty-five insert-?*?. 5 Oq ,. Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and 1? uneral Notices, not. _____ nt five lines. 23 c?nt_ vexceeo.cg XT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very br-e m?:, r for tbe Country, ispublished every-Saturday morn_?7_ the lo-v price of*2 per ?itmiim, in advance. THE TRIBU?-r From the National Intelligencer. Mr. ?Criittcnden .1 5,. it. i-, Washington CiTr, December 18,1842 I desire, through the m?dium of your paper, to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or -ElfTOCKV. ?i..- grasa u Xy?S-**aerai committee of Democratic "OTlsi--- -".-?Bas Meo.?A >*x*cial niec-.ing 01 ibisCom -J35?ikSb? ? S Browwty Hm?;-,? WEDNB?. n \ v evCMlNO. Uecemher 28th, at ? ?Vcloclt. By order, Vax su X.IVS1 ^DOISOU DOUGHERTY, Chairman. i?. D. Jac-cso-, l ? C. K. TAVtoa, ? S?-cretane*?. nil ?*?* O* Wanted an agent for this paper ot Paterso?, N.?* One who reAdes there aad is acquainted in the place will bave tbe preference._ XT The Whig Almakac awd Umted Srates Rec-is T-a for tbe year 1843 may be obtained at this office in -rapper* ready lor mailing- Trice 12* cents. XT Our friends who design to favor ? with their id?. tteneuts will piense bear in mind that our terms are CASH and however unpleasant it mny be for us to refus?-, we can. not hereafter permit this rule to be Infringed. Our _cd-*er is foil, tni! we have no Collector. XT We are indebted to H?n. J. M. Russell, M. C, lor important...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 December 1842

MONEY MARKET. -._?>? at she Stock Exchange, Dee. 37. $500 N. Y.7il1848....1l-i| 50 Paterson R.<5 81.1*0 Obio -, 1830. opg G9|| -50 do.s30?l 45 5l,r00 do '?6...opg 70 50 do.j6?d 45 $l,n(. K'ky Sixes. _. 25 do.45* $1,000 do. 80 50 do.b80d 4G' 20 ?Mechanics Bank.?57$ 35Stoningion. 18 25 Bank Kentucky.44 5 M_utw_".3U 150 Long Island.48j| 25 Alanha?an Fire 1. Co 85 ?ECO. D BOARD. SflMohawkR.slOd 31 i 30 Patersoo.46 25 do.t- 81 25 do.slOd 4l_ 25P_ei_?nR.1x13 45JI 50 do.slOd 46* Commercial and Bloney Blatters. ?? ? , . TCESDAY, P. M. Tbere was a small business doce at the Boa. to day, ge? nerally at a slight improvement in rates. Paterson im? proved } ; Stooiog-ii and ?Mohawk, i ptr cent. In Slate Stocks the sales were light bat the market is firm. State Sevens improved i per cent; Kentucky Sixes, i; Ohio Sixes declined . Tbe market lor Foreign Bills is firm and the supply not lnrge. The business is limited. Sterling we quote 5J a 6; Francs, 5 45 a 5 ?-tj. TbP?r is notrnucb doing in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 December 1842

???--???*c--^ ^ m For Tbe Tribune. HOPE. BT ACGC STt_Ts?QPC ?? S. 8ta? of the Soul 1 Upon the heart thou shin'st In thy bright rising, which leaps op to thee Winged by the breath of Joy ! As thou de __.*_, Like the sad Sabian on his bended knee, "V. atchiug the bright San setting, we do gaze Upon thee through our tears. Thon floatest by, Now glittering wildly with a dazzling blaze, Then shrinking back within the heart's lone sky ! Faith, Love, Ambition, bathing in thy light, Live only by thy smiles ! Thou hov'rest o'er The death-bed *,?and with radiance ever bright Peoplest the world of shades ! To reach the shore Thou pointest to, -we leap in Death's cold wave, There thou desert'st us,?smiling o'er our grave. And thou hast led me ?n, a wanderer In soul, as did of old the heaven-sent Star Chaldea's wise men ; but I, doomed to err, Roam from the path, and blindly tread afar ! My heart leaped up to thee, and heard thy voice, Sweet as the fabulous starry tones of old ; And, even while ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 December 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I? PUBLISHED EVSK.Y MORNING, At 160 Nastavrst., (opposite the City Hall,) New-York, And delivered to City 5ub?cril>crs tor Nine Cents per week. Stale copies Two Cents Mail Subscribers, *jt5 p**r annum, in adrant?; BDd the paper in no ?-asecentmued beyond the unie for which it is paid. SubscnpUous uken for Six Months TERMS Or ADVEK-nstlfO: JEN lines or less, (over sU,) first insertion.... 50 e-i**-?. ?' " for each subsequent insertion. _5 ?? a " for ?rtx insertion**, or one week.tl 50 <? ? ?? for twenty-f?te inaer?ons. 5 00 u longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religions and Funeral ?otioes, not ex??**-?dir,? five line?. 25 cents. -?dseaing THE TRIBUNE. g^--*?-*-?--*-* Political I5i*tory....]\*o. VII. [Prepared for The Tribune by Ebwm Williams.] Paocatss or the Yankees, or Anglo-Saxon Race, ir r?oRTH America; commencing with the Plymouth Colony. The lending of the Pilgrims at Plymouth in 1620, which we mniced at the close of our las...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBE_ 29* ?at ? ? a ????' " . i - - -???--?-?? FOR PRESWEJfT, HENRY CLAY, or *__rtw**' ?rr JssJaesnocrntie WW* General Com _. ^D^^^^ElutorsoftKe Cdyand County*/ HcoYork: the annexed ?asalalion?, that ibe De?n 11 W) __ -??_-.. Coromiuee have thought proper to ocrat.c W*K_*7g_r friiow citizt-cs an alteration in tbe or __t___?r_li. pany. *o tar as relai- to the existence of __'!-___-?_* This deierm'mation w_ not arrived at SSlI-a-i ireful examination of ****&?? ?? us bearS-j. . both near and remote, _?.- without ibe ex* SiSe of ?_- vitally aflec?ng toe V****2??5g? _?d welfare ot the great and pau io?c party whose repre "l-Jytai ?wnato-judgement o? their fellow -t?eos for a nroSr ?pprrciai-n of ibe ao?res (independent of toe ne SSa"t-_fSS which bare led totois tesalt, they chetr SS5 Lbmh li-Taauer to toe decision of toe Fwple. Resolved, That it be -C_um_>ded to geDmOCW?C Whig _._-?? of tb<r City and county of New-\ ork to as. ?embfe at ihr pla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 December 1842

MONEY MARKET. Salea a? the Stock Exchange, E>ec. 38. ?tlfiOO Indicia Bonds... 20J 0 Manhattan Bank. 62 ]i? Falt?n Bank.103 b Bk of Com. full.33 3 Amer. Kx. Bk.5SJ 33 Oiiio Tru-rt Co .. .opg 60 25 Kentucky Bank.44 4-5 Manhattan Gas Co.. 61 12 Utica Railroad.118 50 Long Inland.4<U 20 N.J. ?Railroad.65? 80 do. ?56 25 Mehawk*.3-a 150 Paterson R.4o\ 55Stonington. 17} 50 do.b60d 18 25 do.n | SECOND BOARD. ?PatersonR.s<? 46J 50 do.bi5_46i 100 do.4C\ b0 Loo?. l?l.48 W do.43-} 50 Ko ?ton Bank.,..103 2? Mohawk.31U 25 do.s30d 3(4 25 do.fc-JOd 30i 25 Harlem.s60d 15? Commercial nod __oacy Iflatter?. Wednesday P. M. At the Board to-day there was a mod?rale demand of bu? siness without any change. Mohawk declined 4 ; atoning, ton, i ; Patersou improved $. Tbe Foreign Bill market is firm with a fair inquiry. The supply of bills la limited and of SouUie.-n quite light. Stir? ling b\ a 6 ; Francs, 5 ?15 a 5 43J. There is do material change In Doau-stic Billfc The d<? xsiod for Alabama is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 December 1842

?por The Tribu? STANZAS. BY ACOUSTCSSXOnolUSS. WHAT THE SOUL SAID TO THE HEART. B? ?till, thou longing, flattering thing, And ceaue thine idle, weak desires; Learn thou from me to spread thy wiag Mid purer and eternal fires ! Thou, like the infant, robed in smiles, SeckV but from Earth a smile to win, And knowest not the guilt, the guiles, That lay thes? worldly ?mile* within.' Thou panteat after things like thee ; But learn, thou fond, confiding one, The heart thou fanciest heavenly, Angels may shrink to Jook upon ! Then turn from all those weak desires, And seek a higher, nobler aim; Canst thou not grasp immortal fires, And wring from Time a deathless name? WHAT THE HEART SAID TO THE SOUL. Nobler than I indeed thou art, And soarcst upward like a God ; But scorn not thou the longing Heart, Which seeks a humble, calm abode ! Have all thy powers?thy mighty spells, One ray of Happiness e'er brought From out the deep, mysterious wells Of limitless and god-like thought? In dark Philosop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 December 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is published f.VTHY MORNING, Jt 160 A?*ou-?t, (opposxU ike City Hall,) JYnty Jorfc, And rfrlirewi taCiiv Sckicribcrj formte Cent* per week, ?inele copies jfW CVnti. Mail Subscribers, $5 per ajiuuni, in advance; and the paper io no case continued bfjrord lUr time for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken Tor Six Months. tehms or aovcrtisjrc : TEN lines or le?!?, (over six,) first insertion_ 50 Cent?. " " for each subsequent insertion. 25 ** ?? " for six insertions, or one week.$150 " " " for twenty-five insertions. 5 00 " L/m^er Adv*rti*enicnt$ at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious aud Funeral Wo?oes, notexceedinff five lines. 25 ceUi. D- THE WEEKLY TKJBUNE, r. very larjre psper, for tlte Country, is publUhed every Saturday morning, at the low prir.e of ?J per annum, in advance. SUtecars Xotiees. Morris's Poems.?Wo are glad to sec that the splendid edition of the ' Deserted Bride and other Poem*,' by Geo. P. Morris, just published by the Appletocs, has...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 30. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or KBinrcJc?y. IT la Democratic Whig: General Com xniZte?-_U< c '?k&< 1842. m To the Democrat* Whig Electors of the City and County of It w^ be'ieen, by tbennnexed resolutions, that th.-( Dexi* . ocratic Whig General Corooiittee bave thought proper to reimend to their fellow cMta* an altenatfcj^^: ganization of the party, fo far a* relate^ to the mg*f ?I I *o Committee This deierroimiuoD wa* not ?mwa h onulaifra fuli and careful examination of ^*UX"'" all Its bearings, both near and remote, ^Sm^iaiuSa Resolved, That be r ?? . N y k to ^ ?emble^? -?Oed, on Friday Even to? Dec* SOU. ai7 o'clodi, for the purpose ot appointing Ward Committees for the ensuing year. ItWrti* vacancies as may exist from the several yvurrt.' in ibe Gen?al Committee or Democratic Whig Vannr Men, and that such Committee conrtitule the Demo c a"ic Whig General Committee for the ensuing year. The following ar? the places of meeting in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 December 1842

MONEY MARKE T. Sale* at the Stock Exchange, Dec. 29. $3 WO Ohio ?*, 1860. ope 69 i ISO Harlem. 151 H,m N.Y.State 5?, I860 81] ICO do.h6Gd 15s $1.060 State 6s, 1861.opj 951 50 do. 151 $5.0r?) State 7?,1843.-102$ 200 do.*3?d 15] I^MO do.opg!02* 50 do.t45d 14 Indiana Bonds... 20] ISO do.?60d I5i ?jOOO do .2o 1 j $5>oON Y- Citv 5*s, '5s. 85 ion Fulton Bank.W3 25 Del it Hud.83 100 Bk o? Corn, scrip b4in 92 25 Franklin Bk Cin..sS0 53 20 s. Y. Gas Co. 9? 25 Mehavrk".30] 10 Syr it Utica R.iro 40 Stonington. 17* 25 do.t>60d 174 25 do.J7j 25 do. ni 5Gn Long Island.43 100 FatersonR.s3<Vi 40 50 do.b 19d 46] second hoard. $2,000 Ohio Sbce*, '6u... 6?]| 50 Lon" I<1_ 471 $1,000 do.68 I 50 Mohawk R.sl5d 30] Commercial and money IWatter?. Thursday, P. M. There was considerable business transacted at tbe Board UwUy. Stonington declined |; and Long Island 3, per cent on'.be final sale quoted yesterday. Mobowk advanced j per cent. Tbere was a fair amount of business in State Stocks at full ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 December 1842

From tbe Cincinnati Menage. THE MAIDEN AND THE SILK-WORM. rv miss tovmx h. olives. Dowm looked the sun of a summer mom, From a blue and laughing sky; Tbe wild bee wound hi* merry horn, And the rill came dancing by Witb a pleaaat *ong, like the first uweet word* Of a cherub child at play; While tbe matin notes of a thousand birds Swelled from each green-wood spray. And tbe flowera-uh! there was the wiiprimrose And the violet, sweet and fair, Asd every radiant bud that blows In summer's balmy air ; But a sweeter bud, and a lovelier flower, Than ail in that gay parterre, Was oho who sang in her rosy bower A melody sweet and clear. While oft a* she sang her wild, sweet air, She scattered tbe fresh, green leaves; For the ailk-worm claims the maiden's care, And for her it* bright cocoon weaves. 'T wm * beauteous scene?those loving eyes, (As she saug in her girlish glee,) Cast up to the blue and laughing skies, 14 Oh ! my heart, my heart is free I " "Away, away with the glittering joy?, Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 December 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE it rvsLicHCD Evrvr xokivinc, At 160 HaAueurtt., (oppoiitt tke City Hall,) flexo-Fork, And delivered to Ciiy Subscriber* !*r?i^r Cent? per week. Sinele cop*es Two Cent* Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, in advance; and ihe paper in no case continued beyond ihe time for which it is paid. Subscription! iahen for Six Months, terms or aovkrtisino: TEN lines or less, (over six,) first ins?rtl<?o.... 50 Cent?. " " for each subsequent irsertion. 2r> u " " fur its insertions, or one week.$150 " " " for twenty-fir* Insertions. 5 00 " Lcnser Advertisements at eouallv favorable rates. Marriage*, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding five line*, 25 cents. 17- THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large p?per, fiorUe Country, is published every Saturday morning, at ihe low price of $2 per annum, in advance. TO THE AMERICAN PUBLIC. Improvement in whatever regards Ue happiness and wet tare of onr race is constantly oa the march to perfection, and with each succeeding day some n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 December 1842

the Purser. On opening it there was no razor ?within, but in its stead a piece of paper in which was rolled another. On tho inner paper was writ? ten a string of characters, afterwards found to be Greek letters, with which Spencer was known to be familiar. It fortunately happened that there was on board another individual who was well ac? quainted with the Greek?one whose knowledge of this as of everything else, was devoted wholly to tha service of his country. The Greek characters, on being converted into our own language by Mr. Henry Rogers, proved to contain the plan for the pro? posed mutiny. There was a list of the different members of the crew, some of whom were marked certain and others doubtful; some were marked to be kept at all events, and others to be destroyed. Those were designated who were to do the work of murder in the various apartments; others were to open the arm-chest, and the stations of all were assigned. The following day was Sunday, and all were to be inspect...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 December 1842

?ryTho Madisonian exhibits an intenso desire jfljfftrn where we got our intelligence, on Monday jnortihig, concerning the testimony that would be Emitted to the Naval Court. We shall an*wer tfeij by asking another: Where did the Madisonian >arn that tho Court was to be " strictly teeret ?" Xbis is astounding intelligence here;?some are jaxious to know the authority on which it rests. Slate neht^flectw.nH^etlcTelegrnph* -John Trier? Wcbmer, dkc. Sec, Correspondence of The Tribune. Washington, December 23,1842. In the Hocsb op Representatives to-day, Mr. Cooper of Pa., on leave, presented a mamo risl from Adams County, Pa., in favor of the plan of Mr. W. Cost Johnson to aid the States. Mr. Johnson appealed to the House to suffer the appointment of a Select Committee on this subject. Mr. Cave Johnson moved to lay the whole subject on tho table : rejected, without a division. The motion of Mr. Cost Johnson was then carried : Ayes 77 ; Noes 68?and thus a Select Committee (of nine, of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 December 1842

THE TRIBUNE. ?li, m i -?????^-ri^rz^^^^^ lo Coagres* en WvdBf&aj?The BruUrnpl JLnw?dpeecn of .Ur. Thompson of Ha From our Regular Correspondent. WAtatscTO*, Wednesday Dec 23. In Sssats, to-day, petiaoos were presentee against the repeal of the Bankrupt Law. bv M^ssr? Tallmadge,Crittenden,Wooi>3kidge, Porter Archer and Bxa?it!?, mostly fror? New-York and Pennsylvania,?and one in favor of its repeal; by Mr. McRoberts, frcm citizens of Illinois. Mr. McRoberts presented the credentials of SiDnsr Breese, Senator elect from liliaois for the term of six years from the 4th of March next. The resolution ef Mr. WooDBURt calling" on the Secretary of the Treasury fur information as to the amount of Revenu? received from Customs during the fourth quarter of the present year was adoptc-d. Bills to allow drawbacks on goods exported in original packages to Chihuahua and Santa Fc in Mexico, and authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to compromise with the sureties of Sam!. Swartwout, were ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 January 1843

... -YOP.K TRppjJE . CVn.'jr per week. ?rV* 'iN? <?>-?'* V.- Subscribers, $5 per j^P? S-jTjujC' t nocaseewumued 'Set?'* for which ;i to paid, ?ahscrip?ous ?Six Monti* ?Bfim.fove en.... 50 Cents. '.A 25 ? k.$1 50 ? ! * (pi t- 500 " - ihle rates. 'ttgS^^ fee;ig>j3. *?i:t Fui -r-' Notices, not exceeding ^rfw**'*8*** 5ituv WERK'-I '? \ a very brge piper, rrerv Saturday morning, at '';'*/' '",'..' ? r annum, !o advance. THE TRIBUNE. vifaE SOMEES MUTINY. Nnval 1,'oari ofluqairy. rjftortci! for The Tribune. P8UKTH day_Sat?rjsay, Dec. si, 1P-12. "The" Court me: at 11 o'clock, pursuant to adV ? -jnjen'.nnd* the minutes of yesterday were read [u* Jadge Advocate. ; \V Waxes was recalled-t.nd asked by the ?,.>?t wha'-r-r ?:r.ce the adjournment he had ? any thing material to the case which he ^wr.itted in his testimony ye-.'.erday. *Jo ?id he oraitied to mention yesterday the SfrcDre in Cromwell's irt-?.trriont of the boys. i'w. the vessel firs: mailed from New-Yoik he 4iVar-' tyienn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2, 1843. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Of KNTCCKY. TT In Genera! romml?**?r Democratic iviiiv- vVmnr ??-n. N?.w-i oaw, Dec. 9. 134Z ^1?/?*^^ VVWr Y?0?M?of?A city-We requested to meet at U.e Wbig Heao^^rten in Toanr Men. _. Tbe following ??* ,b* P?<? P* m?*ing: l?t Ward, Thresher's Broad -Street H ;t*l. 24 " Jones's Second Ward HoteL 5 t " Sfll W?sbin?ton street. 4th " Shakspeare Hot?-!. 5th - Morion H*-.a*e, 1&5 Chapel-street. Ctii " Monroe Hall. M__ 7tb " FranklioHotei, Rutgers, cor. Cnerry-sts. 8*h " Howard Hoov. 9lh " NoYlbeni Exchange, Bl?ecker->treet. 10th " Colombian Halt, Grand street. 1Kb " 2d Avenue D. . .<^,4 12 h '* Such plac?- an Waid Committee may designate, l.'tth M Comer of Urand and Clintoa-strvets. I hh " Broadway House. l?ib. " Constitution Hall. J8ib V Hazietor/*, Gih Avenue. I7tb * Henry Clay House. Av*f?ie A. ?y order. ADDISON DOUOHERTST, Chairman. ICT Persons wishing The Tribune left at their residen ces or place? ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 January 1843

? <rjr yerond Ward.?At a meetine, of the Democratic Wh'gs of Ute Seeon 1 Ward, bel t on Friday evening, Dec. ? J.3I2. at die Second Ward Hold, No. 87 Nauaa-U., ED ffijBgD ,C- COWL.ES, Esq. wa* called to tbe Chair and As*, kutan and Antoine I-onuett appointed Secret* rie*. The%"cllowing persons were the Ward CommiUee for tbe ensuin? year ; Jam?s KeUey, H. W. Chdds, Georee Rowland, John P. Hall John Wmtrin^ham, Edward T. Backhouse. George A. Hood, Willi im Turner, R-ve C. Hance. Elam W llinrus. Edward E. Cowle*, Antoine Longelt, Alfred Reach, Geo. W Phyfe, John ?I. Shultze, Ahr. Kutan. John L LeflVru, Henry Harri*. Calvin Crue. Win. Holmes, Augustus F. CanoVyer, Mvtaneibon Whipple, J-hn L. Norwood, E. Bit*, Ma-tin W. Edmonds. Rei'Aved, That the above Committee meet on Wednes day Evening, Jan. 4, 33:3, for the purpose of organization. I The following persons were appointed to the General |.Committee, lor the ensuing year, with power to rill vucaa I *'WILLIAM TURNER, AUG. F. CA MM EV...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 January 1843

From the Age of Gold. THE OLD YEAR. The midnight bells are trowling, The wintry winds are bowling, The cliff-beat surge is growling In thunders far awny; And heaven and earth are sighing, And dr-eariiy replying/, 4 7 be old year lies a-dy'iDg,? So, so they seem to say. The angry clouds are driven Across the scowling heaven, In vnin the st?r? have striven To show thetr shimmering light; One broad and mighty shadow Ciotbes stream and hill and meadow, And weeded like a widow Droops down the gloomy night. Across the pathway snooting, The spectral owl goes hooting, The yelping fox is footing His way along the moor; Within the farmers's houses The baying wat<:h dog rouse*, Then stretches down and drowses, And dreams upon the floor. The roosted cock, right early, Sings out his summons cheerly, And through the night-air clearly The shrill notes float away ; And, o'er the common pealing. Comes many on answering feeling, Till now like echo stealing The; distant sounds decay. The ways with ...

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