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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 January 1843

IE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS PUCLISHKO ZVr*V MORNING, ? ISO Aajjoswl., (opposite fkc City Hall.) Hen>Tork, delivered to Chy Sul^ribcrs f?f JM?< Cents per week. ?jafle cnp.es Txco Cents Mail Subscribers, (5 per aO&Ri. in advance; and the paper in no case continued /pnd the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions tien tor Six Montlis. tskmsor advertising: I jlnr.s or less (over six.) first insertion.... SO Cents. " for each subsequent insertion. 25 " M for six insertion*, or one week.....$l ?0 " 44 for tmenty-fiz-e insertions. 5 00 " AUverthtesnents at equally favorable rates, age*, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding 4tS, 2r> cents. THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, * Country, is published every Saturday morning, at je price ?t $?; per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. J'HE SOMERS MUTINY. Nrtval Court of Itxqrtiry. Reported fo r T he Trlbon*. FIFTH DAY.Tucidav, Jan. 3,1843. je Court met at the usual hour and was called ?aer by the President. it. (IujlRT Gansxvoor...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MQBiNPTG.JAMJ%&3*1843' FOR PRESWSIfTf HENRY CLAY, Wl i^^JSS uTnt^' at" the WbT?Heau" Quarten, in ??^SSftS? on Wedn?d -y evening, the 4tb day ^tS3 ttttbV General Comm-uee of Denvocratic Whig Yonn"' Mes. , Tbe'following are tbe places of meeting: j?t Ward, Thresher's Broad street H id 2,1 '- Jones's Second Ward HoteL. Sd " 501 Wa\hington street 4lh M Shnkspeare Hot-L 5-h 44 Manon Hon?e, 165 Cbjpel-street. T?th M Monroe Hall. ?. . 7th " Frank?? Hotel, Rutgers, cor. Cherrj -sts. 8:n M Howard House. a.^,v? 9-h ? Northern E-chaoge, Bleeckrr-street. Jo!h " Colombian HalJ, Graad-sireet. Jilh '? Heus^ofjibn G Farrington, corner of 123lb lUreet and 3rd Avenue. 33th " Corner of Grand and Clinton-iVeeU. Mih " Broadway House. 15th " Coottttntwn Hail. 16tb " Haiieton'i, 6th Avenu*\ 17th " Henry Cliy Hnu>^. Avenue A. By order. ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. C. d30 ,J4 !LT Persons wishing The TrUnwc left at their residen? ces or places ?f business in the city at an early...

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

I_ Tor The Tribune. City Tax. Jsercelve, by a communication from the Comp jtVr, that tho Council of the B?aid has given it opinion that the persons who pay their taxes jfcbruary are subject to be mulcted one per ^ additional. Now I apprehend this is not ?3-ue construction of the statute. Jjc language of the act of April, 1842, U when IjS&ny tax of aoy of the estates, real or personal >?li remain unpaid on the first day of Februa .qntxt ensuing the time prescribed by law for -j delivery of the A*ses?ment Roll to the col? lators of tho said city, it shail be lawful for the Electors whose duty it shall be, to collect such 3X, to charge, receive and collect upon such tax i(t remaining unpaid on the last day of each ?sonth, between tbe month of November and the ?r* presented by law for the collectors in the ?*id city, to make their returns to the chamber ]fow, wo apprehend the following is the true j^truction of theso clauses, and these clauses $t govern. {.'you otTer to pay your ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE Comxep.cz oy New York.?The following ta? ble exhibits the amount of the Comroerce^of this port for 1842, and a? compared with that of 1841 : Foreign Arrivals in 13ii. Foreign Arrivals in 1s42. January.144 January.118 February.SO February.124 March.177 Marcb.163 April.214 April.220 May.250 May.259 June.239 June.258 Julv.171 July.lg August.200 August.*'7 September.220 September.--f October.117 October.?J November.131 November.?* Pecember.139 December.? " Decrease of Foraign arrivals m 1842. 130 Of the foreign arrivals in 1842, 1,379 were American; 369 British; 41 Bremen; 40Swedish; 18 Hamburg; 14 Belgian; 13 Venezuelian; 11 Sicillian; .10 French ; 10 Dutch; 6 Norwegian ; 6 Danish; 4 Russian; 2 Sardinian ; 2 Portuguese . I Spanish ; 1 Neapolitan ;'l Oldenburg ; 1 Lubec ; j Tuscan; 1 Genosse; and 1 NewGraoadian. Total No. of Foreign Clearances fur 1842, 1,595 Do. do. Coastwise do. do. 1842,2,99C CX'stom-Hocse, New York, 3d January, 1543. APPOINTMENTS BY THE GOVERNOR. We are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 January 1843

. ,fl{^ ^EW^07lK TRIB?NE is toblisheo zvrvt morn; ?e, ? At 160 Fassau-st., (opposite Ihe Oitg JialLj Nao-Twic, Aad deliverwd u?City Subscribers ist AW Cent? per week. '^Single copies *W Cent* Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, In advance; and ibe paper in no case cnHtioued beyond the lime for which il is paid. Sabscripdons taken for Six Months. TEf.MS OT AOVERTlSTJJC: TEN lines or less,(over six,) first insertion.... 50 Cants. .5 ? for each mbsetjuent InserUoa. ~> r ? " for ?jc insertions, or one week.f 1 50 ? ? *' for ttaentp-flce insertions. 5 00 " fyOTigtr Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religions and Funeral No?oes, not exceeding fc? I'mes. 25 cents. rj THE WEEKLT TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for ibe Country, is published every Saturday morning, at jbf low price of $2 per annum, in advance. TO THE AMERICAN PUBLIC. Improvement in whatever regards the happiness and wel fare of our race is constantly on the march to perfection, and witb each succeeding day sem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 January 1843

Tb? statute makes it the duty ?f tbe ?tat* printer to print tbe Is tisiativejooroal* and documents, and tbe law* y***o at each seswOB of tbe Legislature, in addition to pubh^mg tbe ftate paper in wbicb certain legal notice* are tobe ?*" The opinion U quit* prevalent thi* branch of tbe P3^!'^ semo- i? susceptible of material and useful change, arm Uiat *u-J? change, is deruaiaded by conside?a?ona connected with public economy and retrep.Gbme?t. . . Tbe printing for the Legidature arid the several cepan menu, and the annual publication of a **?>e 01 laws ?J.n all resjiects a mechanical duty, and!"* no reasrm wnj; u should not, bke ev*ry od>er oraocb ?f bonnes* which b> voive s tbe expenditure of money, be tbe subjectoi contract, basest opon a just equivalent for ibe services rendered. The ?Ute paptr would theo only l?v? ^ i'**?"? of i' gal BoiicesT most of ?b.cb *re p?>d for oy the todWdual lor Wbom tue services are reoc'ered. . tn conrveetlon will) this 'a''., ? it h-w oc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 January 1843

Court Calendar. Thursday, Jan. 5. Circuit Court.?No*. 47, 49, 17, 51, 54, 53, 55.56,11,27, 12, 25. 26, 45, 53, 39. Commok Pleas.?Noa. 1, 28, 19, 30, 68, 78, go, 93, 86, 2, 59, 80, 91, 94. JKankruptcv. plot a single petition was presented yesterday for the beM&l of '.be Bankrupt Act in Ibis District. A similar in? stance bas been presented but once before since tbe law weal into operation._ <?ltj ?ntclllflcncc. Wednesoay, Jan. 4. Court of Sessions.?Before the Recorder, ind Judge Lyncb, and Aldermen Underwood and Martin. Trial for Bane-Broadway Cottage. William Dincler, impleaded with Gabriel Hatfield and Johs Ukdebhill, was tried Cora rape on a girl named Ann Murpby; at a porter bouse called ibe Broadway Cot? tage, on the evening of tbe 4th December iast. Messrs. Shepherd and Price appeared as counsel for the prisoner, and the District Attorney, Messrs J. W. Strong and J- B. Phillips, for the people. After nearly exhausting die panel by challenges (or cause, and by peremptory ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 5 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. THE S0MER3 MUTINY Naval Court of Inquiry* Rcoortcd foTTbe Trib?a? SIXTH DAY.ff0>^. fe- 4, IMS. The Court assembled at tbe usual boor, and the record of tbe preceding day was read by the Judge A Wseaied ^^^'^^S^ Captain Gregory, frwd on thepersonof VVa-tham, one of tbe suspect^ persons. Vvakham, it was stated said tbat they were letters banded to ?101 hv nersons fa Liberia, addressed to their friends in thfe co?""-7- The Court decided that they bad nothing w do with them, and they were ordered to bp forwarded to their destination. M. C. F?RRT was then called, and sworn, lie testified as follows: , . ?'??? . I was on board the Somers on her late cruise, in the capacity of Acting Maaten The discipline or. board, after leaving Madeira, was good unti reaching Porto Praya?after which time, until the execution of Midshiptran Spencer, it was not so goocL Tbe elder portion of the crew were surly and moroae in their manner. Orders had to be repented several tiroes before they ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is rozusHED evrar morning, At 160 Tiasutu-st., (opposite the City Hall,) Rev* York, And delivered t?C?iy Subscribers forA'??* Cents per week. Sincle copse* Two Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, in advance; and tbe paper in no case contained beyond the lime for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Momlur. TERSts or advertising: TEN lines or less,(over six,) fir?i insertion.... 50 Cents " " for eacb >obsequent insertion. 25 " " " for six insertions, or one week.$150 " " " for twenty-five insertions. 5 00 ? Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. .Marriages, Religious and If uneral Notices, not exceeding five lines, ?3 cents. THE TRIBUNE. Ej* The following letter from our regular cor? respondent at Boston gives the very latest intelli? gence from the new Legislature of that State. It will be seen that the election of Morton and the ascendancy of the Loco-Focos in Joint iallot are morally certain: .lit" i ? B? of tho. TIoHsachnaettM L ej; i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. I^l?D?y MORnTnG, JANUARY 7, 1343. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or kejttuckt. TT ttew. Committee of Democratic W big Iobdz .Tica.-a regular meeting g* uns Oormm^ wfij ot- hflrt at tbe Broadway House oo rriday evening;, Gih i?it-, al7 o'clock. By order._.-?i-dtv ?-? ?._ ADDISOV DOUGHERTY, Chairman. TT Oer report of yesterday's proceeding* before the Na? val Ourt Martial in tut Cote of the Somerj will be found on oar ' uulde, as aauab Also, a Letw from oor Boston correapordent, containing full particulars of tbe Proceed ingslu orgpni-Jnj the Massachusetts Lez^1*?' np to j to 4 o'clock of Wednesday?with sketches of Proceeding in the Board of Aldermen, and a variety of City Iniellu , genet, Ac _ _. _ ' ET The Newark AdvertueT\lU?* Ar so* *od Philadel pA a Gazette, which have copied onr report* of tbe Naval Court proceeding* witbool credit, correct tbe error to promptly and fully that we have not itesligbtest ground or distiosilkm to complain ot tVm._ Postage Reform. We have ki...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 January 1843

Const Calendar. Fe.iD.ir, January 8. CmcmT Cocht.?No*. 47, 49, 17, 51, 54, 53, 55, 56, 11, 27, 12, 25. 26, 45, 53,%39. Common Fleas.-Nos. 76, 73, 82, 93, 86, 2, 59,80,91. m Cttn SntcUCaciicc. Thursday, Jan. 5. CoCRT of Sessions.?Before the Recorder, jod?e Lynch, ami Aldermen Underwood and Martin. Trial for Rape Continued. The trialof William Dingier, inip.eaded with Underbill and Halfield, (or an alleged rape' on Ann .Murphy in De? cember la"t. was resumed. Stroh Byrnet sworn.?Lives on rart of the premises on whidi is th>> Cottage. Heard the rx>ise of a female on the ni"bt in question; went to the door of her apartments, hut $&w no o:>e; the cries at first proceeded from the rear pre? mises, and afterward from the bar room; they appeared to be from a person in deep distress. Cro*t-tx<rmirud.?A few minutes intervened between the none io the back room and in the bar room, and the naite, she thinks, was only of a few minutes' dura'ion. June Schermerkorn recalled.?>...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 January 1843

^HE~S^aiEIiS MUTINY. JS'nval Centn of Inq?i*T? Reported for_The Tribune. SEVENTH DAY.Janaaryfc. Tbe Court met pursuant to adjournment?all, the members present. I Tbe Jadge Advocate ??d the journal of yeaterdav's proceeding', Commander Mackenzie then submitted the fol? lowing request to tbe Court: Mm, ii wUeaetk* Court: As all tbe raotiniei no record te?*M??-?^'-'' bgastiee lowarcb roe crew* fa. Officer, n r-ooerros fje to ebow that no sa:h causes exts.eu aci>i>*rd '.be Soxuer*. , . ._? ? ,l? Tbe ??<*??* ? Lfae British fleet dcr.ng the watt of ihe Frei cb Revolution t'r~w out ?>< no ?isSoyahy\ borw. g ?z,t> Sassed |?ie?*?oe?,wti ebi aixkwfititbe rmgaradera were ex er.u.ed, were afterwards iO?eB?flly rc*'*r*^,.Vi,-m. The matiny ol the Henwrine was occasioned by Hie sy?efa. ?n ?et A barbarity whicb occastotied the death or two of hiSiV^ uliny of tbe Bounty grew likewise out of the bm irl;t? M ibe Capui? to rotb bisoffl-rer*pi tnen. It ?ras di rrc iy pruvoktdi by an ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is published Evruy morning, 160 .Yajwtiwf., (oppositt Ike City flail,) ifeasYvrk, And delivered to Ciiy Subscribers foriVW Cent? per week. fjWte copies Two Cents Ma:! Subscribers, $5 per annum, in advance; and tl>e paper in no casecan?nned beyond the time for which it is paicL Subscriptions taken for Six Months. terms OY advertising:' TEN lines or less, (over six,) first insertion.... 50 Centi *? " for each subsequent insertion. 25 44 ? 44 for sir insertions, or one week.$150 44 u 44 for ticenty-fize insertions. 5 00 41 Loncxr Advert^seroeiiU at equally favorable rates. SlurriaRes, Religions and Funeral Notioes, not exceeding fiv? l:n?*s. 25 cents. SET TILE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, is published every Saturday morning, at the low price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIB UNE. SLtterarrj "Xoticzs, We have been watting for nearly a fortnight for room to notice, as they seem to us to deserve, the many new publications which have been...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING. JANUAli^J^ FOR PRESIDE*?, HENRY CLAY, or KKjrrecicv._ ZT The Weekly Tribene for the prevent week }% for ?ale at the de*k M>? rnorniag. f?r single copies ?ic?*ntt. Co-sTEirrs-TIie Somers Mutiny, a toll report ap to yesterday; Congresskwal Proceedings; Governor Uoack's Messege; ?*v*i*1? on a variety of ??Berts; Correspondence frnrn Philadelphia, Washington, kc; Po? litical History. No. VII; Tbe Kar Wen; Artesian Wells in Alabama. Lord Morptlh on Slavery; Professor lotter*? Lectures; Letter on Marriage, Diogenes to Arlstopbane?, uan#i*ted for the Tribone, being its first translauen Into the English language; Poetry; a complete B?k NpW Table, showing all the good Banks in tbe Cntied States Money Market, Cattle Market, Transactions in Floor, Gram, Ashes, Cotton. Tobacco, ice. _ .... Gfi.EF.LEY II McELRATH, Tiibane Buildings. CT- Advertisers wTil bear in mind that advertisements in? tended for Monday's paper must *e wnt m by 10 o'clock this evening, as ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 January 1843

noial, and said that they would never be justified before the nation er before posterity if they passed jfci* bill without showing distinctly what were th? correct principles and within what lines this abso? lute, despotic, uncontrollable power might be law felly exercised. He should wish to give his opinion when tbe bill came up. A.'sremaiks were interrupted by the cxpi jntioD of the morning hour. Messrs. Cushing and C. J. Ingersoll moved jjjat the House resolve itself into Committee of the Whole on the Union to take up the bill for the relief of C*en. Jackson; refused?Yeas 100, Nays 106. The repeal of the Bankrupt Law w as again ta? ken up on motion of Mr. Everett, who said he hoped it would be understood that tho question gbould be taken to-day. (Is was not, however, and there appears no disposition to terminate de? bate at present.) Jh. Gordon of N. Y. replied to Mr. Bowne's remarks of yesterday, whom he treated as an apos? tate to tbe Democratic faith and convert to Tyler i?m. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 January 1843

FATHER MAT HB*; An IaiSH Sosc: By Colonel B!**er. Away with F?tb*r MaCew, awry with ?ober tboogbt, Away with silly cations of doing ?; we time, We'll cm-.n lb- overflowing ?pwl, aflsr?*?? crime. Bnrmh! borrato for ?b sty, ib- sooree <* e y7^ .we .? m.rtKfW. ?od hi* efforts for oor good. Away with ***2ffi5eowy to raiment ar.d tofooW; The change '^^?renar.d the sadcteaed motftei . ._ *Kaiber Msthtw, and his eicqoence so fir.-e. . w h^re^we^.^manrtments, w briber human cr dmne; Who'tend before oor idol ?las? In adoration io* . ?nrnh lor dr using, come future wtal or wo. away ?ith Father Mathew, and his wisce* forpur yes.ee, ?rMt'qnarrelinR shoui? be no more, and d?eord?ver cea^r, Girt me tue joy ot nslycafl* and lolling ? the nind, Hurrah, burr ah for wUisky, Ute bmd-eon and the bh od. Away wilh Father Madie? ?od ok jow? . Our miud-from dissipation the flowing 9,0 ? Another and aootoer cup, give r? vdry faj^f' Hurrah, hurrah for whisky, the g.bbel end tbe rope. Ho Tanster? to the rt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is ruBUSUKD cvrav morning, At 160 fiauau-st., (oppotitt the City Hallj tfcvs-Yerk, Aj^i delivered to City Subscribers for Iftie Cents per week. Sinei*" copies Tveo Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, in adrauce; and the paper in no case continued beyond ike time for which il is paid. Subscriptions taken for ?ix Monih*. Titaxs or advertising : TEN lines or less, (over six,) first insertlan.... 50 Cents. u - for each subsequent insertion. 25 " h ? for six insertions, or one week.$1 .50 " ?i ? (or tteenly-five insertions. 500 " Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and V uneral Notices, not exceeding fivtf lir.'*- 25 eents. TT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, (bribe Cocotry, is published every Saturday morning, at tbe low price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Xhe Case of the Semen-Another View. Private Correspondence ol die Editor. Washington, Dec. 30,1342. Friend Greeley: In your paper of the 29 th inst. I have r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 January 1843

the tribune. MONDAY MORNING. JANUARY 9^134^ FOR PRESIDENT, henry clay, or KEjrrccxr. _ ET THS WhIC ALMANAC AND C*ITKD 5RATES rcgis tee for tbe year 1843 may be obtained at ibis office in wrapper, ready Jormaibng. Price 12* cents. Portr?tier, aid others remitting one dotor will receive 12 copies by mail. [am _ B3T Pervmt wbbmg V? purchase tbe new r-heap p^hljca tlcnsof tbeday, will find them all at the pubhwtionoSee of tl* Tribnoe, So. ICO Nassau-street, opposite the City HaU- - _ CT On oor 1 art pa?e i? an interesting document from the Poftroajv-r General concerning die Had action of the Rate, of Postage. CT* Tvro interesting letter, from Washington, aod the ?ominnation of the Proceedings of the Naval Court of In qulry mto ?ie B?rners Mati-y, may be feand on oar hrst page. ^ D- Wo are under renewed and continued obligations to Messrs. Postr.roy lc Co., for the early receipt of Albany and other Northern papers, and to Messrs. Adami & Co., and also to Messrs. ILtR.voi::* k Co., fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 January 1843

ggge^ffjftgM.Ml HUM ',' VjW 1 '1 CLA f I WfflgWM jMj For the Tribune. The ?Iarinr Corp?, ho. iv.?cokclcsion. * ri-!w- lie typographical erron in my former numbers, lf^Vj,eri to two only which seem to require notice. In _firtl number tr.e words "litre indeed," and "appro?* *S ao^irtowii," being misprinted in place of " /We ^jeen," and " oppott the appointment"! In ntv former cumbers it will be observed that I have said nothing of the Watch System as at preseat conducted. It is doubtless, as far as mere cost in the matter of wages is considered, as econ? omical as possible?almost as much so indeed na jt is iactneirnt?and although it must form but a very insisnificant addition to the many conclusive reasons to be urged in support of the Secretary's recommendstion, it seems to deserve a brief notice. We might conclude that a9 many watchmen would be employed in each Navy Yard as, at the lowest rate, the required increase of ihe. Corps wouid allow ?f sentinels; but as I have no docu? ment...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 January 1843

39ropose? BeDnction of ^ostaor, an? its Computation t'n jfe?eral (Durrntcn. Ppec.al 15? port from the Postmaater General* Post-Office DEPAaTMBST,* January 5, f*4?- > 77o?. W. P. Masigum. President of the Se*??. S.: Sir,?Tbe Senate of tbe United State?, by res? olution of the 27th July tot, required that " the i ostmaste r- General be directed to communicate to the Senate, at tbe commencement of the next session, an estimate showing what reduction of the number of miles on which postages are bow charg? ed, in the several cases designated by law, w*uid be necessary ?o introduce the Federal coinage, so as nor to diminish the aggregate revenue of the Poet-Office Department." 2 find it difficult, if not impossible, to camp.v with this resolution, if regard be had to its htera. fanport. A "reduction of distance in the different class? es of the rates of postage, so as to introduce the Federal coinage," and at the same time preserve the present aggregate revenue, could Hot be well accom...

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