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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 December 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE li pnblished every morning, at No. SO Ann street, New-York, and delivered to City Subscribes for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, *A per asnum in advance, and the papor in no case continued Beyond the time for which i lit paid- Subscriptions taken for Six Months. Trrmt of Advtrtiring_>or tech .frfrcrftifsien.' of T-EN lines or less (over six), first insertion.. ***'<;,t"s do.' for each subsequent insertion. do- for SIX insertions, or one week-SI >5<> do- for TWENTY-FIVE iniertions? 3 00 Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rate* Marriages, Religious and Funeral Xoucee, notex ced? ing five, lines cent". d^A-ivertisemeots when ordered to to be continued on tbu inside after the first lusertion will be subject to lie same charge as on their irst appearance?t ay able In all cases in adranon. Crj-. The WEEKLY TRIBt'NE, a van largi for tbe Country, is nubbihisJ ever} Saturday aioru ng, at the low price of ??*? per annum, in advance. YxTe T RlB ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 December 1841

THE TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13. ET The Bask Note Table, which will be found <n the Latt Pairc, was prepared expressly for this paper, and in perhaps as complete a Last of Solvent Banks? ?my published ia the Unites' S.ate?. rr ADVERTISEMENTS for Monday's p?P?r ought to he .ent in hefore 9 o'clock thia evinine. The office U not open on Seudays. ET The Dailv and Weekly Tribune may be obtained in 1-hiUdelphia from our Agent at the News Office. .No. IB North Second street. ET For an abstract of Dr. Sparks s Lecture on the Naval Operations of the Revolution, important Circu? lar^ Posters. Daniel Webster tn Coileec. f oat ine Dock?. Special Elections. ?te. Ate. a-c x ? ET For the Reps? ?f ^ Postmaster ... foil, see L At Page. C? For 3itylatclligcr.ee see next Page. The LvstntcrKTStATBS op the Creole.?The leading Southern journals arc out in full choi isfoi a War with Great B.ilain, in ca>c -he does not di-claim the-conduct of the. authorities at Nassau. N. F. and deliver u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 December 1841

Cltn Sntellisena. Reported for th<- New-York Tribune. civil~c?i;rts. ,. Fmo?v. Dec. Is. In the action for libel brought b> James F. Henry agsinit Mo-ns Ketchiim. 'alluded to yesterday I the jury g.ve a verdict 10 favor of plaintiff for $73" damages and > ceni* costs. . la our report of the above ca?e yesterday *e intended to say 'hat neither Henrv or Morgan bad such km* lesig? as to ?hom the money belong**! as to iu.ufy their crec.it mg it to the Albany Har.k. Bat saeb knowledge a, ttey cid posses, w? ??de known ic others if the firm hy Mor? gan at the. uine. ? In the tame Court, an actio, was brought by Jau-e.. M. Arnold against the Trust Fire Insurance Company to re? cover $ ) 000. being the amount of a policy of insurance on leather miitens. dressed skins, dry goods, Ac. eoniatmd in store No. 17? Water-street, which was partndlv burnt 00 rbo night of tho ?t? of Jar.nary last, and the pla utilT rlaims to aav. lost f-t.7UO. Tae Company refuses to pay r>u the ground of f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 December 1841

Report ef tiie Postmaster Gensrai. Post-Oftice DCTa?XTXtlsr, D.-c 2. 1841. To the President of the l'nited State* : In the discharge of the duty of reporting to yot the coadttton of the Genera! Post Office, i have- ti regret that ray recent induction into otHce will pre vent me from giving you that full development a' this time so necessary to a clear understanding o the various and extended operations of a Depart tnent SO important and interesting to every class oi ? >ur fellow-citizens. Unlike the other Department?, of Government, which derive their support from the nntionai Treasury, the General Post Office looks tor the mean* to continue and exterd its operations to the income derived alone from a successful adrr.ir.: tration of the law? prescribing; its dunes and prt ThV'General ?ost Office, at first almost the creature of administrative discretion, necessarily so remains, to a great degree, at the present time, tn its infancy, it required the constai.l ami vtgllai ??uperint...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 December 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Ii published every m o r a i n (? , at No. SO Acn rtrw-t. New.York, and delivered to City Subscriber* for ONE CENT per copy. UaO Subecriber?. W po icnua in advance, and the paper in to cate continue^ be;cr.J the time for which i is paid. SubscrirHioai 1 taken for Six Month*. ren?i ?/?AeWfirasg_tor emcA Mtnttement^tj T*?' lir-es t Se?s ov.-j m\ ' ????.on.. *0ct? Jo tor i-?r! tubai [Ural I .?<<'!>. ?* do- 10; SIX insertloi i, 01 one week-81 30 ? T'VIA'TV VIVr: insertions- 3 OO ag \ meat? at equally favorable rate* Marriage*, Retigi u. aud Euner?! Notice*, not exceed? ing five line* '?Viren:?. . fjr> \ I? ertitemeoU when ordered to to be continued on the inside after the firrt insertion will be lubj rt to the sat-u-r-harsre as or. tbejrSrst appcaranoe-payabif ta all rases in advance. r~y- The WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ? van-lanr* pa per for ttiu Countrv. it published every Saturday morn i,g, s: the !o? price of 91 per annum, in advance. THE TIU BI N E. Dr. Lartli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 December 1841

THE TRI BUXE MONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 20. XT For a Report of the Second Part of Dr. Lard ner's Ninth Lecture upon the Moon and Meteoric Stone?, nee First Page XT For a Poem, an Abstract of Mr. Sparks's Closing Lec-urc. Skill of the Anc:tnt Egyptians, iic. ficc. set Last Page. XT VYe ate indent.-.! to Hon. FiaXAtsoo VVooo. M. C . from ihn riiy, and Hoa. Tei*?-i SMTH. of Conn., for valusble r ....... Documents. XT Ti.e person who a few da) ? since borrowed H- ? : "Student - Life in Cermany" frem out our desk, will aaTS himielf from a very disagreeable imputation by re lurmnr it forthwith. XT A friend writes us to complain of the inreauity of our advertisers ia writing rommendatioiis of their raedi c mos. He should complain to our advertisers themselves who are rot responsible to u? for the style or langnagr (if decent; of their advertisements nor have we any con? trol over them. _ ??lock* und ?stock Gambling. It is high time that the attention of the cummu r.ilv wsre fixed on the mann...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 December 1841

Tut -Iis I rncMooN voll si. ? Rises 7 88 I Set?4 32| Rises 118 1 Set? 5 3 0 IS Lit ei I l> ? t <? h . l.oNDON.Nov. Ir havbb...mov. 16 UVZRTCOI. NOV. Ir i NCW-ORl stA.ns.PKC U The next S t e a nt - 8 h i p s co A r r i v ? rKiiM Liverpool I i noil Liverpool I elumbia, left.Dec. I Britnnnin, leave!-Jan. -I The a'ex t St en m -Ship t <> Lea v e mo>i koston rn"M Boston Columbia, leave*_J m 1 ! Britnnnin, leave*....Feb. 1 CLBARRO vr-.ii snxv: Ship N'w York. Cropper, Liverpool, C II Marshall; Weatmin ten. Moore, London Juo Oriswold; Aoborn, Dinbey, NOrleans, Johnson St Lowdcn Brig Monaco, Oohi. il l H.....I. .\ - until ? Leeds. sschrs Exchange, Binkely, Beaufort, NC; Rio, Griffing, Newbera, NC; Inn Kic.i Brtstou Chauihoochee, 1 i ane, Curseoa. Poster ?? Nicker on. AKKIvvm YCSTBRDaY: Packet ship Si.-, Iii'.i \Vhi;ney, TIio.m. .. n, I.i?erj itol, ttd Nor. mdze to Horn Kcrtntl Packet -iii|i Sheridan, De Pet r, Liverpool, IVtli Nov, inize to V. K Col.in? A t'o. Sehr Lucretia, l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 December 1841

- For ill- New-Yo k Trlbune. -SHALL WE MEET IN HEAVEN1' i , . ., _? we ?ot meet F?rew>l! ?'jut ->y?fit rae??t>?u IB 'the lirhl of tkat bttier lami ??_' ??God srant we ma> !?butlisten Two pcarlv drops, in a rippling stream. Swept on to the Ocean's tide j And bright wtu their gleam in the sunset ? beam | As they passed on. side by side. Down the mountain's brow, to the grassy mead, They kept their rapid course j They came with the speed of a winged steed, A league from their mountain source. Nor ever a sun had seen them part. Nor the moon in the silent night ; Like the drops that start from the paliUtg Upart. Thev kept their onward flight. And now they .-ame where the river's bed Had not "a single course. But where, instead, to the dark sea led Two streams, with resistless force. And one to the left, and one to the right. Passed the pearly drops along? Vowing to unite in the Ocean s might Its myriad drops among. Thus severed, to the surge of the rolling main Thev were born...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 December 1841

I THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE 1$ published every morning, at No. 3u Ann Urft. _Xf.-w.York, und delivered to City Sureseriben. tor OXE CE.\T per copy. Mail Subscribers, f 4 annum in advance, and tlio paper in no cu^e continued ?yroii.! the tune fu: which j 11* paid- Subscrlptaca* tatrn for Sis Mouths. TVnni ; ?.f ,, *?rS .Urn':,<:*?>?.' nj yryii:.!-. or 1.-.S over six), first Insertion.. 50cti do- lor eaeh subsequent insertion. ii-j " do- for SIX insertions, or one week_$1 ?50 ?o. for TU'CM V J. 1VK insertions.... S(iO Loni;vr Advertisements at e.-juallr faeorahle rates {ferriages, Religious and Fuaoral notices), not exceed. fft>ass lue s S3 cant*. __?-;?-Advertisements when ordered to to be continued pn the inside after the: first insertion will be subject to |ije nunc ch.ir.je a* on '.hei: irst epptaraiico?;>ayab'e jB all ca?e? 'n advance. {It?* Tbe WEEKLY TRIBI'NE, a very largo par-r ?or thaCountry. ;?: published every Saturiav mora ag. ettbelew price of f$'4 per annum, in ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 December 1841

THE TRIBUNE 1I KS DAY MORNING, DF.CF.M_I.ER 21. TZ' We are ludebted to Hon. Ja.mks CcsOFEA, iL C. 0/ ?*. rorCoefrenleuel documents. TT:' Fora List of Members of the present Confess. Oomictinications on Western RaUroads, Home Valu? ation. Jce. &c. sec First Page. 1 For a Report of Rev. John Lindscy's Lecture Ijst Sunday evening on the Coming of Christ. Battle ?of Brooklyn H'gfc-j, another Revolutionary Bemixus cence, ?ud extracts irom late Foreign Papers, see Last Page-_ 'Talks about the Home I.cngm-.>'o. 1.? Under this title a Free Trader, ' White,' in the Journal of Commerce demolishes a Protective man of straw christened ' Kodgers,' with astonishing; fa? cility. Of course, the operation is not difficult, when ' White ' has tho making of both arguments; h-it the coolness with which he does it?the Utter contempt not merely, but the entire igr.orp.nc?: ap? parently, with which he passes over the arguments ?f Protectionists, most excite admiration. His !o r:c when sifted, resol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 December 1841

LAWYER'S DlARY.Dec 91. reO*T Of COMMOM I'LfAS, 1 HI* n*\?13,1 14, )5 17 . --? ' 27, 29 j y 34 3(l?5. f>C! hlO? Cr-CHT, ?"HIS Day?3 4?.1?, 1;183, 195.197, til I 2 -.-J . 15 111 67,7, s. ?4. 53. '51 157 --3, 151 162.5 ?1 a43,4 97 13,159,192,24,4?,41. C:l]? i-i'tcllirjcnce. Rcportod for tin New-York Tribune. BOARD OF ASSISTANTS. Monday, D'c. 99. I rhe Board met at 5 o'clock and disposed of the . [I ?in*; business, viz : A communication w?? received from the Mayor k m:h a 'ettr-r from Mr. Tyler W. Lafetra. inform , m ibai :!:'? Coronation of Trinity Church is . possession of lands belonging to the Corr??ra ., . ?I this City Abb, from Joseph VV. Houston jotbe subject of using Aspbaltum in tlie iower *' ?to^' ,! Hills of Justice: referred. Prrtrtoss ?rsssktsb a>d RtrtRnKu.?Of .-ram M S.irK-y for remission of fine, and also bepaid for rent due him. OfS. H. P. Lee. A im ltiomp./sn, Forsythe Labavc, Henrv Pi .. and Cornelius Westervelt, for remission or ?n oftix. Of G. Reed on the subj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 December 1841

? - - ? p-cr lo0 frihiiue. BATTLE Of* BROOKLYN HIGHT3. Thii -on occurred on ^^A^9 .778. The Americasa. being surpr.^ overwhelm..? force of the enemy, fought desperate.? uu ??am* lm,ag upward, of three^bou.?, men. ^ Tiio foUowioif lines were suggested 0} ? r<~ tbe\W?if7 ol **W. Hill, where the Patriots were en irenehed. _ Uf from your ?leep, T* ^e"1! Who here so bravely fell, Where sacred blood was shed Till these old bills were red, If chronicle saith well: Up from your sleep, and tell - Around this hoary bight. Your legions I evoke !? Shades cf that bleody tight, Come in your ancient might. In thunder, flash, and smoke ! Heroic Hearts of Oak ! In midnight's deep repose, The watcher's startling call, ' To arms ! to anus!' uprose; The rushing columns close ; One oath the pledge of all? ' We conquer, or we fall!' Beyond this old redoubt, Wealth's desecrating hand Hath plowed your footsteps out; But yet I hear your shout? * Stand, comrades ! firmly stand ! Death! for our native lan-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 December 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUN! 11 prtbliikc?': k.ry a.cm to x . No. 5? Aar. Urttt. New-Seark, icfdeliv, r. .i to* it) s'ubecri!>c: for ONE CENT per cojij. Mail SaMorfccrs, **p=t ?n& . ? ? ? . the |-ap.-r in ?? ca?e continue" I bevorid '.):.?::??? fo i which i its paid. Snbscnpticai tai.cn for j.a Mouth*. Teresa ' .i . fur ? k JtienrtisesneMoJ I":-"-..: orles oi : . . Cr;.t in?ert:'ou.. -*VCU to for each i t insert too. **? :o ;-\ ?,.k....?l -5? ...... 5 oo \ .;!.;, favorsble rata* '?;. . Ki ... . .. i Funeral Notice*, uotexcccd * j. < . en ordares' to to he continued c0 i iniertion will be subject to ,., b . i their Aral appeartiiico-payable In all casei in ?.i> ,nce. {-j. j k I . TKIBCNE. i very large pa r.et for tbof 'ountrv.i. published evary Saturday moru ng, at the iou- price of *i per annum, in advance THE TRIBUNE. Dr Lardncrs Firsl Lertuie. Second Serie? Ladin and Gentlemen: The manner in which I r-roprxe to bring to your attention the subjects ? u. n for th-'se Iceiurcs i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 December 1841

. 1 . T If E T R r BUN WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22. ?X'f Dr. Lar.l:.-r's new aerie* of Lectures on As trcasomy K <??:.. ;?. Galvanism, ttc Jtc will be faiihfulh- rci? >rted "at length for The Tribune, sud will aiu>cariii itacolatuasas promptly as i? consistent with their accuracy. r'uose not among our subscr: arhfj wish to "read or preserve tbein can harc.y obtain their, easier than bv leaving their names at this office, and thus receive the substance of ten Lectures for eighteen irnre. ZJ- Far 3 fall Beport of tie Firs: Lecture of Dr. Lardner'a new series, rep.rt.d for The Tribune, see First Page. Subjects. Electricitf- and the Sun^ \. e ope to publish a similar report of his Second Lee rare to-morrow. CT For a new Chapter of Bamabv BuJge. sec Last Page. We hope to publish the only remaining Chap? ter In oar next_ Gi-OROtA-?The Legislature of Georgia has ad i earned, after a verj -b"rt ?.-s.ion, during which one hundred and thirty-three Acts were phased. One of these r....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 December 1841

? .-,.:i<u-inn? V.l.Ii; fifHirRl .cm ?:?.r _ ? ,1 , jo .r..'.11-c. t'i.? o' *??- init-M *if I.' " ... t... .,? -d*. IL'.-. ?> Te.ur.iU, r.vr?,.? i. c 21. luJf-]M l . n'clo k ? IMUELG. RAY?ONO, Chairman. v ''? \K'' 'TrRV'l T- !;>*eu ies. dSl E,T.B*ckksc.i;. > Br rr.4 Nceiios oT-'h<~ Home i ?? .?????'? ,r .. p, ... ... , .... n L?bor. sndiaePreesj-iios rf Reciprocal C .. m reo. er?? be held ?? tbe K'.,J*,lor> .. .... In rie n last! i . .. VVedne?l?y --> ? k, P. M I . ? ? -elected '., ref.rcacet,. rtbeP.fi - de.crrd.nl. it ? up ...lormc.plc-.dtoeaied n . , .?jead.d t? b-oi.ee v....,.r.L.btwMd.ommeree .?. ....?,. ?remvited to come ami ,r....... . ... , -,...,r?rirgClaa,.r.. Strarcers ,,. ? eil ? ? .. be ?eh? med, and tbey are mviteS to -wie IL tDO J.iCu ?.r.ll-. ^ _ * jViOiVEy_MARKET. Hule; mibe M.ork ta-clir? !?"??. Dec. ii I. KOeldl Had. ?.173 do. I3j 29 dr..tkwk Mi ... d.. I3| 23 do.ih ??* !' 05 ,j0.thwk 93] 25 Co.tb <vk lOj 50 do.thwk 95 SO dr.bnw 93 SO do.?5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 December 1841

ft A RN V BY_ Rl DC K . iX l\"ru SJL-or-. b$ Boi. CHAniU LXXX ANOTHiR month iiad paste ', md she cn<l of Au -u?t had nearly ceroie, when Mr. l!<-..ed%!c stood alone in ihe mail Coach office ni Bristol. Although but a few week* had ioterveoedsince his convena lion wi h Edward Chester and his niece in the locksmith?* bouse, and he had made no change, in ibe meantime, in Ka accustomed ?9k?of,<lr^ : his appearance was greatly altered. He looked, much old. r, and more care-worn. Violent agita- . lion and nax.etv of mind scatter wrinkles and gra burs with no unsparing hand; .^ff f tUb, tn the silin, ^ifJftS Severin- of dear, familiar ties. The not so easily wounded a. the passions, hat their Eurtl are deeper, and more lasting. He was now a solitary ma," and the heart within htm era, drea i V and lonesome- . ? He was not the less alone for having spent so many years in seclusion and retirement. This was no better reparation than a round of social cheer fulness: perhaps it even inc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 December 1841

1. nUi^ed every mo rain g , at No. SO Ann 1 rrleV New.York, and delivered to City Snbserib? fo'rONK CENT per copy. Mail Subscribe, * P? llnum in advaaci and Kepaper in no c^nuaaed be>oml ta. time lor which i unpaid. Subscript taken lor Six Montlaa. _ reXliaeio, le? oversis Brtt Insertion.. ?Ocu do. for each subs>-c.u?nt lasertwn...--- ? do !.?: SIX Insertions, or onejree*.--.?? rto far TWENTY-FIVE insertion..... 3 WU no. ior a v? t.w i r I ,, fgrorable rat?? l onger AdvcrtisercenU at J*?^ uot KXcecd Marriages, Religiousand runersi h i.- -"' or,irred to to be continued ?^banT-S their firat appearaaco-payable U-E^ TRIBl-NK. a very larre paper T fl E T RI B 0 N E. LATER FROM EUROPE. Tbr tteamoi Columbia arrived at Boston on Tuesday at about m> in. She left Liverpool on the ,j }? so that she bring* dates fourteen days later.? j S ie brings little news uf any importance. The yucenb'"* become able to tide out; the health of iheyue n Dowager fluctuates from day to day, and there i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 December 1841

THE TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23. tJT For New? by the Columbia aad the conclusion of Dr. Lardner's Lecfare on Electri: ty, see First Page. IT Fer the f.nal chapter of Barnaby Rnige. see Last Page. Halk-way RxPCDlATlOJt.?We regret to see a ?class of legislators andj urnals engaged in raising nice- distinctions in regard to Repudiation, and con? tending that, while a State ought to pay the utter? most farthing of her bwnds for which she has received full value, vet she is justified in refusing payment on others, as in cases where she has entrusted them to others for nego'iition and tbey have retained or squandered a good part of the proceeds?or where her agents have hypothecated them for much less than their face and been unable to prevent their sacrifice?or even where those ? gents have actually sold them on a credit, to pur? chasers who provod dishonest or unable to nay for them. These cases, it is speciously contended, form exceptions to the general rale?the State Hoes not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 December 1841

XT In (Reaeral i'aiuuitt-r-eof Democratic WHIG VOONG W ft fecembor lOJlStl Rucic.d, Tbat (be Democratic Whig Young Mid of ikeCity ?od County of New York be recommended to meet iu tb'tr respective Ward?, at such place? at shall be eeaicaatcd by tr.? vanou- Delegations 'o thi? Committee, oa Tuesday Ef cmng, 28th December initant, at 7J o ehxk, l0 .elect five Deb | ..es from each Wsrd to the General Committee . f Democratic Whig Young Me" (oT th* *n" .einet jear, aud to transact ?uch other business as may be brought befce tuem. Kl.olrtd, That the Delefatea so elected to the General Committee of Democratic WMg Vour-g Men be requested to meet at Natio.al Ho.el en Kr.d.y, 7th January next, a ': " ' ,0Ck' P M' BENJAMIN DRAKE, Chairman. Willi ?m B. Marsh. > j;ccreiarie-?. . . M ?n-Li-ta, ) _ _ 0-*? ?e-r Ti.e Vonn? Choir, <<r School Singing Hook ? ..,~J. "< .--/o. ...t. by Was. B. Bradbury, aad C -V ?lanjrrs. The attention leachers la particuli.-.y ro ",uo.ird io the folio-lug no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 23 December 1841

BARN ABY RUDGE. SS, >feto C&orfc bjj jSoj. CHAPTER LXXXIL A partim; glance at such of the actors in this little history as it has not, in the course of its ??vents, dismissed, will bring it to an end. Mr. Haredale fled that night. Before pursuit could be begun, indeed before Sir John wai traced or missed, he had left the kingdom. Repairing straight to a religious establishment, known through? out Europe for the rigor and severity of its disci? pline, and for the mereifal peniter.ee it exacted from those w ho sought its shelter as a refuge from the world, he took the vow which thenceforth ?hut him out from nature and hi* kind, and altera few remorseful years, was buried in its gioemy cloisters. r , Two davs elapsed before the hody of S:r John was found. As soon as it was recognised and t arried home, the faithful valet, true to hi* masters creed, eloped with all the cash and moveables he could lay his hands on, and started as a finished gentleman upon his own account. In this ...

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