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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 December 1841

f THi: [STEW-YORK TRIBUNE i published every morning van erect. Ww.YorV, arni' icii. < :ci to 1 it- -id i Iber* icrONK CENT per eojiy. Moil St: r- M pet uutun. iu advance, au! the paper fn?o ca. ued "sejct.-i U ?? t.i: i lor which i 1: j.aid - rirstions alter lur ? x Month.". i Tinas oj *Sdccrtitint;....f i tec1 Jttt*itit*m*ti* jfEN lines or less (over six),ill tinsortfon.. 50cu ' do. for each ; :. let '? -- ?* ! do. for SIX .:..!?;'? or one week.....81 50 do for TWENTY-FIVE insertions.... 5 00 i Conger Advertisement* at equally favorable rates . M?rri ;;t?, Reliffi u- au! Futteral Notices, BOt exceed Lf rive Itnesi cent* HjrjH Advertisements when ordered to to be continued p th? inside after the tir?t insertion ?ill be subject to y tarne chsrire at on their first apjieeranoe?pajati.c - ?U ca.e* in advance. j'jrj- The WEEKLY TRIBT'N'E. ? very large pa per fin?Country, is published every Samrday morn ng, ihelo'1 price of %-4 per annum, in advance. fc.jToav ' i mi: Lin: or Hicham. C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 December 1841

THE TRIB?NE THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 30. Ls The Review of the Markau* oo our first paxew*s prepare,! for the Weekly Tribuee. and it? allusions to uiIij:? jruel';? later to that sheet aad not to t.'ie Daily Tribune. XJT A Utter fr.nii (.'Aar/'? *'. Muektll, iu reply to our psrarraph of )e*terday ia crowded out to day, bsl ??!' appear 10 aaorrcw. SO" Tit? name of Hon. Rltcs Ciiuatc wss riven l>> mistake iu our last a* the Lecturer .a Tursdsr evening at Clinton Hall. Mr. Cheat* wa* ill, and Mr. Makw> ot Alb.u) was substituted. tCT We are ,u lelisd to Ho*. C. CtrsHWC for Publi. Document*. _ ty Our friend who a-ks a- to pnblish the Debate, in Conrreai ..u the T.rift'tjaesfJM i? reminJed ihat the pre (?ntdebate ia an utcid ui?l one ar nutron a mere quen liouofreferenre, Wedo.ool like to encuurape debate uo ?ueb qaesti nr. When the ?ubject cornea furly up. n>? .i.ati try fa room f r the principal arguments. Cf Tor a fuU Review of the New-York Maiketc Notice oi" Nitool. Arctur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 December 1841

.?tod - .lcuu f.a 95 MONEY MARK. t. !Snlr ? ni Shi >*iorl; I x< him ;i . - ?? ? ? *? Mechanics' Bank? i-r IS Utict St ? '88 15 Union Hank. inj ? ItiSvra.V I'uca. ' j ? ?I Plumtx Bank. '.a | .." Aub. .v Roco. it? ?"' K0 .Io. 7J ? sntonCu. ' \i 59BkComr.erip.iC0J 91 25 Mohawk R. 90 Mcb'- Kkr. A-v .. 14 :? > !o... 050 Huh hi k . i t 5 1 U>.. 3?0 do.uauj II I ?' fcV d. l.lj Ti>l i MuJ-- >b?U Hs> d<.-" .. H>| 9 J". ~ 100 do.Mm il *ju.;, 25L.LK. Mi 25 o.** m 5-1 Pater*nKK. 53 j W ?-".-;? ?? do.bSOd 53 25 do.;?d 93 100 do. 5|i do. ??? W lu StcuinrtGn R ... 13 59 do ... .s30d '-. 25 do. '-' ?Second Mount. 100Harlem RR... b3d 1011 50 do. I0J inS do . toil son do.ii * io ito do.b3ib lOfilSU do. lu 50 do. i.l"J [Wj Commercial aud ITIouey [flatter*. ir<n*?e?day, W Tb; sale* at the S'o< k board to day w. re to cooaiderablc extent, bulgenerally am decline in ra'<-. excepting in State Sacks, whi h were rather belter Drlaware and Uitdtoa declined 1 per cent. Ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 30 December 1841

?Mj?aM?Mt?? 1 ?wT-w i iir rTTf n'inri-" ggSf* r. -?..! |V?r TV Nits -Yor's Tribune. Df. lardner's Siiili Lecture. Second Seues. La lies and Gentlemen : In lit-' ptuEtHmme ol a former lecture, tin" one in which 'lie subject was the mO?es in which \ii imitate* Nature, allusion wa? nude W the forn ? afl i ted by the feathers of birds, the tai's rf fis'ies and th" form, of fishes themselves A?hough it is a subject perhaps ?otnewhat tut -, r -i 1 never fails to excite a cer? tain depree of curiosity to observe the extremely ieautiful mannet in which the mechanism of these orgaoi ted bod is found. It is recorded of a > e, y eminent preacher that on one occasion he com? menced his sermon bvthis exclamation : " <> God ' wr,ataG.-oTin?ic.at,arl.hou.'- which was foil-wed br a most beautiful and eloquent .-say upon the peculiar niatbemalical principles developed in the structure'/orgaoi*** bodiesand in many .-.The - na? tural object*. At ?"'" time during the la?t century i- beearne a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 31 December 1841

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE li pnblished every mo r n i n a;. at No. 30 Ann? ita??. New-York, ami delivered to City Subscriber! for ONE CENT per copy. Marl Subscribers, ft per annura in advance, and the paper in no case continued beyond the time for which i 'it paid- Subscnptions taken lor Six Mouths. r?su of .idttTf.r.ng_For etuih jtdyrtitrwienioj Tf:>' Iocs or leu (ot ? I it* first Iwertioa.. do. for each s'i!istiju?ri'. insertion. ???* do. for SIX Insertions, or one ?eck. . el ?>?? do. forTWENTY-FITC insertions.... _.s ?M? Longer Adveruseinents at equally fcvoi ?Die i atea Marncse.. Keliciow. sud Funeral Now es, not exceed. Inr f.ve in,?, 25cent?. ^Advertisements wb-n ordered to to - cm mt - on the inside alter the first Insertion ? ill ? lUDJBCt .0 ?be same charje as on their fast ap|searance?] IJ il Ic In all caies iu ?dranee. fir>- The WEEKLY TRIB?NE, a very!":,- ? I pel for tb? Country. i? published every Sattli lay morn ng, at the low price of **!?? per annum, in advance T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 31 December 1841

THE TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31. ?TT We rejoice i hat oar blunder in sayiug that we hue reeeiri d advices from Albany ia ??venteen hoar. 6y land. when we meant independently of the liudron River, ha.' enabled The New Era for ocre to say a smart thirg. I' isocl) charity new and then to drop a kerne! for ?ach small birds to pick up. 33" A blunder in nastily tnnkirg up the Postscript l< nur lust ti a ie Mr. I^frar.d, the new Speaker of the Msry ? I .r.d Mouse, a Ifhitr. It csu hardly be necessary 10 rtatt t hat ihr. officers of the House are all Loco-, a* thee* 01 j Senate are all Whigs. Id Joint linllot tbere is a-mal. j Whig majority. ET For an article on Usury in BUI transactions, a letter from Harri-bnrg, ice., see First Page. rTT For a foil Report of the Seventh Lecture of Dr I-ardner-s New Series, prepared exclusively for The Tribune, see Last Page. < Remenilx r the Poor." The chcorJeiss influences of Winter are upon u _?f rjje ?ea??n which lias stern features even ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 31 December 1841

WHIG WARD MEETINGS. ty First M'nrd ? At a lar.e Meetier: of the Dem0 tratteWhiJ Von?! -Henof tbs First Ward. hHd at the Bn*J Ursel H< u:e on Tue.daj evening. Doc*28th?-Tne km tmg was called to order b) Cilee M. Hills er, Esq e:> cn whose n? inituuou .".'fcn r.'t, sota. wa? ?PP?,n" J thi.inaau ttid I'cttr \V. Ludlam and EdamGriiM,Sec? retaries. Jane- S.Tbejer, Esq. after some eloquent renisrk?, .abetted th. fiilowinc resoluuons. which were nnam ra'-u.lv adopted . ,., Rtinltttl Tr-rc the thsrk. of the Democratic "rig Yiui.? Men of the First Ward, are c'ne to tie De legates to the General Commit ire for 1-41, frr the lolthfel men- : n. r in which tbey hive represented our opinions end lUs cbsraed the duues entrusted totrrrn f! Rttalvtd, That we lies, til- appro.e < f the -piri! ma-, ifeated in taceddress just reed and respond ????-<?' rherem n aiie upon our o stii u-l exeruoni and enoru. Retolc-d, Thai th.u?h di-tr.. li-.ii aud npethT have ?u fortunate.y crept into the rack...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 31 December 1841

II I 1 Reported for the New-Tork Tribune. Dr. Lardnrr's Seventh Lecture. Second Serial. Ladies and Gentlemen: If we look at ibe pro? gress of the human mind as recorded in history, both so;ial and political, vre .hall find that it will b-i generally marked by a curtain steady and uni? form rate ofadvancemcn. But ?re shall also notice this: that Epochs occur at certain periods at which it appears to make a -tidden start in advance as it acted upon by some temporary and powerful cause. These effects are conspicuous to every observer in the social and political wotld : we call those in politic by the name of revolution*. But no doubt they arise from causes which are latent and unob? served, and do not depend altogether upon human will or human agency. The phenomena of intel? lectual advancement are not so apparen', but thoy are nevertheless subject to nearly the same suc? cession of changes, and ate likewise observable by the attentive eye. 'I he e-rcat and sudden changes alluded to as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 January 1842

THE XEW-YORK TRIBUNE in published every mo r n i n g , at No. 30 AM Btreetj Ncw.York. and delivered to Cky Subscribers for ONE i ENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, V P? Hnrr:rw in advance, and the paper in no case continues bej and the time foi which ? 'is paid. Subscription* tali n for Sia Months. TEN ii.-'-i or Ices (ever six), first Insertion.. f do. for each subsequent insertion. , do. !^r s; a Insertions; or one *?? k..? do- for TWESTY-FIVE insertions.-.- ?> * Lorurvr Advertisements at equally fa?'idle r?? Marries, H.-liciou? ?ad Futteral Notices, not ? xceed ^JS^?Sb when ordered to to be contmuod on inside after the first insertion *illb< ^ ect, o the same charge as on their first appearance-payable III all r.iers ::i alvanr.^. . _ ''"??- The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, * v,ry larg? papej femho GoHUtry, ? published erer^Satui^norn ng, at the Ion . ?f r^rn. in a^ance. T H E TRI B! \ E. The *nnin Fc Expedition. The New Orleans Picayun? of trio 01 st gives the following Ietierifrom North ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 January 1842

THE TRIBUNE S-VfJ KDAY MORNING, JANUARY !. i; 'A Mechanic1 speaks justly on the tnbject hi ? :s iissi s. bat we cannot in crt bis !etter without aggr&vat ,rv a personal feud,which ?c are !o*.h to do. Why ia : < 1 th? mutter brought before thn Common Count.; ... - c i ? nituaer that it cannot be shuffled v'J ? 3TT Wo ara indebted to the Hon. 3>y,:s McKeo.-c for Pub. Doc. CT Tor a full and painfully interesting acccuat o "he capture of the Santa Fe Expecit ?. - VTcdr.csday t Proceedings iu Congress. (House.) Mr. Hudson on Protection,and -TbeGobletof Life.'a Poem for::.'. Seaso:?. by E?ngfellw, see First Page. 13 For aP.cpor.of the Eighth (and last} Lecture cf Dri Laxdner's Second Scries, prepared ?sclasryely 1 or Thi Tribune, sec Last Pas'* 1842. ? i stood between 'he roaetine years. "1 be Cbmiuj and the P?m>u 4>ain we rise upon the crest of one of Time*; pver- bcavieg surges, and look beyond over the but atwicM and rcisL; level of a New Year. What arc its aspects i?it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 January 1842

MONEY MARKET. Sales nt the ?:ork r'xchanjje, Dee. 31 10 De! ?t Hud. 9" do... 25 do.bow 9?*' 50 t'o.???* |L; ?:5 do. 97} 250 do.?g lOii do.th wk 97 IU0 do.h ?? ... 25 do. 97i!:-bo do.? ?2s, do.bfltn o? : 50 do.t,J;? ** tOfl do.: w 97f. 100 do.c"'" ' ? 23 rto.Ctrtb 9" i 50 do.?-* ? M) <I<.. dw 97J 50 d0 ?; - do.cash 93 : 50 Mob??* B iOj ?14 d->.a* 97j|lfJ0 I? Li K.* Cuj 513 23 do:/.I~I^~..ca*b 9S .50 .*>*' "Vii ?i 50 do. ?? > ?Paters nR I3J 5. :.. do.b45d? 971 lo eiouiiigio* R. SOOlLS.Bank. - t 25 Canton Co. 2" Greenwich Fire in* I*' j ?5 do.* ICO i ar.cinrt K. ' Wtco'iil tfonvd. jV> Harlria.o* ^ (lu6nw " ? .jo. J0j 100 do.b3'd l' 40 do.?? ? ozumercial and ."McHcy itlnttcrw. Friday, /'. V The .i e* at the Brokers' Board to-day were not v..r-, extensiver, but there was iu general an improvement in ;rrr?. Notwithstanding the endeavors 6t a certain c .rjj.; tod i ry Delaware and fludson. it advanced to d y !. per cent. Canton improved 1, ?toriugn iu 1. Of Har? lem about...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 1 January 1842

\mmn na? "'?.???? i_ ? - Report^ for The No* York Tiibune. Dr. LRrdncr's Eighth Lecture. Second Scries. The closing Lecture of the New Series, delivered on I'hursday evening Bofore a larjrr and in?elling',r. audience, was mninlv a description. by refercn to models, ef the Steam Engines of Circa' Britain and America n- applied :o water navigation and to railway transportation. Depending as it did. to e?.rne considerable exfat. upon the beaotiful model * by which itwa* illustrated, for its interest, it would scarcely be intelligible in a literal report, unles? figures rould be presem**! which should ??iv<' in? stead of thf didactic mwdels: this we .-annct , conveniently Ho and shall throw our report, there? fore; somewhat into the form of a notice, collect ing from ihe lecture such remarks a- concern the general principles which Dr. Lardser attempted lo elucidate, and omitting what could be of no possible utility without thr explanatory models. He commenced by stating that the arra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE (s published every m o r n i n g , at No. 20 Ann street, Neu-York, and delivered to City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mai! Subscribers. $-! per annum jn advance, and the paper in no case continued beyond the time fur v. hieb t .ia paid- Subscription* taken for Six Months. Trrms of Advertising_For etch Adttriisemumlvj TEN lines ot le?s (over six), first Insertion.. Oocu do. for t-ach subsequent inseruou.^.. - do. fcr SDutesertio??, or one week-?1 50 do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions.... 3 oo Longer AJvnrtiKvncr.ts at equally favorable rates Marr.aue*. Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceed? ing five line* 25 cent". fty-Advertisemtnts when ordered to to be continued pa the inside after the first Insertion *vill be subject to the same charge as on their first appearance.?payable In all cases in advance. rtja. The \VE?KL V TRIBUNE, a very large paper for"the Ceuntry. is published every Saturday morn ng, atthelow priceof j,er annum, in advance Uniicb States (En...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 January 1842

THE THIB U N E: MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, 1842, CO* Two deplorable mistakes occurred in printing iho M:cr of ou r correi poudcnl Leo in our last- ll *?? daVc.i Oe:. -4th when itttmuld have been 3"th, and it ?lattsd in?; ih* Loco Foccs would approve the Fiscal bill, wbru it should have read oppose. The extern cf our edition com pels us to go u> prees iu a great hurry after tho le^cspi oi our Southern Mail; no thit errors will frojueutly -u the new. by that Mail, which we ut??t uu?i to u>o good hense and intelligence of our reader* to corret t. W * ire confident that they woald prefdr the *?\ jnhusgtou new* fre-h with an occasional error to uattug it M"w -o Porreci the next day. ET For a United Statea Calendar for 1B*2, Govern? ors of States for do. Popular Vote for President in '36 and '40. Times of Holding Elections in the several States, and a Counting-Hoase Almanac tor 1S42. set First Page. TTFor cornmanicatiens oa G-en. Tallmadgc's Ad dress, Conntry 3ank Notes, Fraudulent ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 January 1842

, ri r frona KovhcsJer-Jmpror A Bond ^SVh" ?.?n.???i-tanHd? Hude, lorn g'iogre" of Temperance, Arc. Corresponds Leo of The Tribune. Rochestfir, Dec.i?, I&U. Z?c.<jr Sir : Allow a constant, reader to con? gratulate you en the very appropriate title which vou have eelected for your new paper. I cannot doubt that vou will advocate the best interests of the people in a way which, if nut quite as decisive i, the Roman Veto, will at least evince what influ? ence editorial tact nnd ability may be made to ex? ert in a free country. Talking of namev it ? trikes me that there is no point in which a people s i ori? ginal a? the Americans, and a class so independent and originalas American Editors,exhibit a greater lack of ingenuity than in this very particular, the names of their 'newspaper*. We have Couriers, Gazettes;Journals et id genus omne without num? ber so d^U^ to distinguish them one Ins 10 specify particularly the place of publication. Tbc Time? and ; lotning Chronicle are rec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 3 January 1842

From the Ladies' Companion fi r Jin. TO THE RIVER CHARLES RV H. W. LONCfELUOVt*. Ki^ >.k ! that in sileuce windest Through the meadows bright and free, Ttii at length thy.rest thou imdest In the bosom of the sea? Four long years of mingled feeling, Half in rest and half in strife, I have seen thy waiters stealing Onward, Hkc the stream of life. Thou hast taught me, silent Hirer, Many a lesson deep and long , Thou hast been a generous giver, f can trive thee bsi-a sac** Ott iu satlnesp and in illness I have watched thv current elide, Til! the beauty of its stillness Overflowed tnc, like ? tide. And in belter hours and brighter. When f saw thy waters gleam, felt my hear: be.-.*: lighter I Ba. ?- onward with thy stream. Aud lcar r |(. -c t}jce_ Not for this alone a . - of blue Nor because thy way? {??run; celestial seas above the*. Take their own celestial hue. Where yon : i:- ' >wy woodland '?.>>-'.?? a thee, > And tiiy waters disappear. Friends 1 love have dwelt beside...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Ik published evcrv morn in g at No ;;" ?x,-y' street. New.York, and'deiivered to City SuMcnbers for ONE CENT per copy- Mail Sal scrfb. t>.M per annum in ?Avance, and the paper in no. c?s> continued beyond the time for which i is paid Sob-x*-options tak'-ii for Six Slonths. TVistm of JI(U <rU*im....Fv> t*ch .W'^"'"1^' "J TEN lines or less (over six), first Insertion.. SOcts do for etcJi subsequent insertion. "2? .Jo for SJ.Y insertions. 01 one week-g I SO do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertlom- 5(IO Longer Advertisement.* at equally favorable rat*3 Kamoites. ReJifrmu** *od Funeral Notices, cot exceed* log five lilies ?!r> ceut?. rtfj-AdvRrtieemvnts when ordered to to be continued en the inside after the first insertion will be subject to the same charge a* on their first appea: anoo?payable in all esses in advance. {W> TbeWEBKLY TRIBUNE, a vary larsro paper for tie Ceuntrj , i? published every Saturday mort. St the low price of $J per annum, in advance* ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 January 1842

tsssssssssssaisssssssasss ????-?? THE TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1842, I>k. Lardnek's Lsctcrks,?A few copiuof No. 14 of the WVckty Tribune, containing ibe Fifth aud Sixth Lec? tures of n -yl -ci ?rif.?, are Mil! for sale at this office. Al ?.o. No. 15 a ?ich i on;-.:!- the 'out Lecture of the first se? ries ?. d the first Leciure of the second neuen. AI?o. No. It>, wbii '? i outaiua the second aud third iA-ctcre* of the secohd ? . ?-. I'heWeekly.of Saturday next will con i.iio two-orthie , .i not all the remaining one* of the i urse Poj *ii>p!jiug tarly for No. 15 and 1C wdl thus t>. > hie to obtain the secoiirt series- complete. Price i ; cents n number, or hbout 3 cents a L' ctnre. TT A- tii-: question of su?Usiaiog or abolishing the in? fliction Of Death as a puuishraent for Capital Crime" will come prommehflj before oar Legislature this wiater.and ulrendv ug tales, to a considerable extent, the community, we give mi our last page more than half the Report...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 January 1842

f?^tut" yssiiii*s^ri^iiTyjir^^nT?*T^^ Ji-a.s- Pal:..?It is said of Jean P , I I! cbrer, .jjti; he swracrimcs,,forgets his owi :. . .-..<. g: that o:;c*, aftf r a 'apse of some years, i- ?;? *\ pii? J to j for au explanation of t hf meaning ? : ? me- obscure passage; the good old author an&wi i. ?:? ' N hen I wrote that pus-sire, God knows that i well knew ibe meaning of iu Posaibly God know* m>? : ? ?i>' f have forgotten !*' Vet is the whole stream that flows from his heart so warm with human love and *entlere?s, that everi or?e who i?-c?ds him loves him. Even line is i'ulJ of love for Ins own -jsecies. .???peakir!? <-t the aged, be says : "They are, indeed, long ?hadows, and their eve? ning rurjsiiir.e lies cold upon the earth ; hut they aii point toward the morning." Of a butterfly hovering around in a church, he says: " Let h;in fly, whether he flirts in the little churcb or in the universal temple ; he preaches the same." ? Speakin? ot Greece, thru struggling for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 4 January 1842

TUE PUNrSHMKWT OF DEATH. Rr! nonv. Of the wrlect Committee of Ihe Amenably, ou the expediency of n 'i otal Abolition of Capital Sr?uiii?uiM?.-iit in the Hmle ?f Neve- Vork. In Assembly, March 7, lc02. Mr. Sm.u'f!.!., from the Select Committee to whom Was referred the following resolution : - ResolcrA, That a Select Committee be appointed t., iw.pjir* into the expediency of the Total Abolition of Capjiu! Punishment in the State of New-Tinrk, submitted the following REPORT: The Subject which has been referred to your , nmittee by a resolution of this House is sovttailj . nportant, and involves so many questions ol right and e> pediencv, that they have indulged in a great , r latitude ofi nvestigation ihan is usual; and now r^ectl tl 5 claim attention, while presenting the ?..!?t oi their deliberations for legislative uction. A question involving the right o! destroying he rh?n life i? ow ljl "r'ii"a,.v magnitude. It is ol . k., irap0rtanc- tu every ? immunity and involves , ?. . ,o...

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