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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVTRT MORXIffO, At 160 tiasunirtL, (oppotilt the City Hall,) Few Tori, And delivered to Ciiy Subscribers lor ttyte Cent* per week, gtngle coptu 7a? Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, in advance; and the paper in no case continued beyond the lime for which it is paid- Subscriptions taken for Six Mouths. tkrms or advertisi5c: TEN lines or less, (over six,) first insertlan.... 50 Cent*. u lor each subsequent insertion. 25 " ? " for sir insertions, or one week.$1 50 " ? " for tvxnly-five insertions. 5 00 " Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceeding n*c lines, 25 cents. 2Litcrnrn Notices. The Rainbow, or Odd-Fellows' Semi-Monthly Magazine. No. II. for, January 15. (Pp. 32, 8vo.) Adee it Esta brook, IGO Nassau street. This number is embellished by a steel engrav? ing, on<3 contains original papers by W. H. Bur leigh, Wrn. Wallace of Ky., (synopsis of his Lec? ture on ' The Poetry of Temp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING. JANUARY 16. 1843. FOR PRESWJS.VT, HENRY CLAY, or zumcsr._ O-Tke Delegate.tothe DEMOCRATIC WHIG GEN? ERAL COMMITTEE, are requested to meet atBroadway House on Tue*J?y Kvenicg, at 7 o'clock, January 17, 18*}. for the purpose oi organising for die ee-umg year. ji6 2t TT Th* Whig Axmakac and Umted Srates Regis ?e? for the year 1813 "jay be obtained at this office in wrapper* ready !or mailing. Prioe 12J cents. Postmasters and others remitting one dollar -will receive 12 copies by road._ CT The Editor of the Tribune is eompebed again torn. treat all who would see him personally in bis office tocali be? tween die boar* ol 8 and OA. M. or 5 and 6 P. M. unless the rooul imperative necessity dictate a different hour. If this notice be disregarded, he will be compelled to abandon bis office and seek elsewhere a chance .or au hoa;'s uninter? rupted devotion to bis daily duties. All no'es lell foi him in the Publication Office are promptly attended to. TT Copies of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 January 1843

Loss of the Henkt Clay.?By passfcDggr? on tbe mail boat from Louisville yestorday morning, we learn that the steamer Henry Clay, Captain Jone?, on her way up, struck a snag at Island No. 38 a few miles above Randolph, Tennes-ee, and instantly sunk to her cabin fl-jor. The boat asd cargo is a total loss?no lives lost.' This is a aerious accident, and the loss ffills on Cincinnati. The Henry Clay was one of our best boats. She v ). built 14 months since, a* a cost of about $40, 000. There wa- only $1:2.000 insurance on her. [Cincinnati R*pub. luth. Terrible Accident.?As several young men ol Betbany were sawing wood with a revolving saw, propelled by six horse power, on Tuesday las', the iron wheel burst, and a piece weighing 8bout 30 pounds, struck one of the young men, a son of George Latbrop, Esq. aged 21 years, in the gboulder, bruising hirn so severely a? to cause his death in a few hours. Mr. L. was an excellent and exemplar)'young man, and beloved by all who hnew him. [Batavia A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 16 January 1843

Political Hi?tory....Wa. TUT. (Prepared for tbe N. Y. TnmTne, by Eovn* WiluaMJ-] Vnctiu Colokisx Histoht. T?e C*v*ur? **D THC PcxiTASS. CoMPaiATivc Vjkw,Ac. We have already mentioned, in our sixth number, that the first settlement of Virginia, the most ancient of the British Colonies in North America, commenced in 1607, or one hundred and ten years after the discovery of tie Continent by Cabet. The expedition was sent out from England by the London Company, chartered by King James the First, and was under the command of Captain Christopher Newport. The colony consisted of 105 men, conveyed in m three small vessels, whose joint tonnage amounted to only 160 tons. After exploring the country, the emigrants determined to settle on the river Powbattan, which tbey called James River. The spot they selected is about fifty miles from the mouth, and here the first per? manent English settlement in America was made, and was called Jamestown, (after King James.)? This place, however, never bec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS PCBLtSHSO EVr KV WORMING, Jt 160 JfffTMTT rf j (opponti fir Citv Hall,) Hew-Forh, lad delivered to Cily Subscribers -or iVW C'?nt? per week. Single copies 7W Cmr* Mai! Subscribers, $5 per Btinaio, in ?dvaace; and (he paper in no case continued beyond the lime lor which ii is paid- Subscriptions uken for Six Months. TERM? Or ADVF.RTISI5C: TEN lines or less, (over six,) first ins*rti?n.... 50 Cents. ?V ? for each subsequent insertion. 23 " .. ? for six insertions, or one week.$1 50 " u a for twenty-fire insertions. 5 00 " I/jnCer AdvflistrtBeotS at equallv faverable rates. Marriages, Religions and rnueral Notices, not exceeding 6te lirys. g r?lt-_ ?Utterarn Xoticrs. Tar. Diu.. No. XL January, IM3. Boston, E. P. Peabo dy : New-York, C It S. Francis. Without any reference to its peculiarities of style or the philosophic opinions of its Editor? jetting entirely aside its 'Transcendentalism'?we are forced to believe this, in many respects, the very best Magazines p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE ^ TUESDAY MORNING. J?KTPABY 17, 1843. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, O? kkwt?cxt. TT Tke Delegates to the DEMOCRATIC WHIG GEN EBAL COMMITTEE, are requested W men aiBmadway House en Tuesday Evening, at 7 o'clock, January 17, 1?C, $cr ihe purpose ot organizing for the e*.uiag year, j IC 2i TT Tnr Wut? Al>i*vac I.'xiteo Sk&TSS Rrcrs nrlt fyr the year 1843 may b>- obtained at this oSce Id wrapper* ready !or mailing. Price 12* cent?. Postmasters and ethers remitting one dotiar will receive 12 capies by naSL " ^ Aew C.WcAman" writes u? to correct ' Old Schoo:' tnretard to ibe ooctriues of SwexJenbOrg, wb;cii be says have n? affinity with the views commonly known as Tractcpndenuil. or with New tfebool doctrines. V? e make tbe correction nccordinglv, rather than publish his article, which a?*aiis otbers and would provoke more controversy. Y?'cy -ili every body insist on attacking' every boay else ' JLater from Earope. Tbe packet ship Garrtck, Capt. Skiddsy, cam? in at a la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 January 1843

City Criminal*. Friend Greeley : I send you the following mem? orandum of the number of persons confined in the City Penitentiary, Biackweli's Island, designating those sent from Court and those committed as va? grant*, viz: 0 Court. Police. White. Black. White. Black. Total. WaiM.164 51.S64 27.506 S?. 29 ,12-V-411 -r87""*400 _Jotph Kecic, Keeper Pent The School Question in Philadelphia.? >"ot long since, the Board of Control Its of the public Schools of Philadelphia received a commu? nication from Bishop Kenrick, containing a nate jjjent of three specific matters, which he alleged were subjects of conscientious objections, on ihe part of the Roman Catholics, in the management of the public schools. They are?First, that the teachers read, or cause to be read, in the schools, the Bible, by which is understood the version published by the command of King James. Secondly, that in opening and closing the school exercises, a hymn is sung or prayer made. Thirdly, that saveral of rhe bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 17 January 1843

For The Tribute. SI Srcam. bt ACccsTfs s.-.oscaj.ss. 'T was Midnight! and tbe Student gazed Upen his lamp, which feebly blared, Flickering to and fro; And, rising from hi* book, his eyea Glanced o'er the star-em blazon'd skies, Then on the vales below. Silent the forest cast its shade; While scarce a sound the river played Thnt 'neath h-.s window ran *, Sleep, Siled with sonil-delighring charms, Embraced within her kindly arms The varied soul of Man ! Tbe student felt the hallowed heur, Ami rushing to his s*ol with power, An ancient dream was brought; Deeply*he mused ; his heart seemed riven ; And there alone with Night and Heaven, He struggled with his Thought.' Before his eyes there seemed to roll Scenes cherished by bis infant soul, And buried in his breast: Tbe humble cottage on the plain; The childhood voices laughed again With mirth in vain repress'd ! The forest waved before his eyes : Once more the steep bill seemed to rise; The laughing stream rushed on ; The valley glitter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 January 1843

a THR NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is tcklishitd Evrav moemmc, " iVm?- Tori eek. ^"'?cVr'.Yf"copies '7Vo Cents ilaii Subscribers, ?3 per jn advance; and the paper in no caw continued bfjond the time for which it is paid. SotecrrptJona ukea for Sis Months. terms or advertisuio: r-rv l!ne? or lets, (over sit.) rim insert ton.... 50 Cents. m fcr each subsequent insertion. 25 " - for sir insertion*, or one week.$130 " ,. ?< for twenty-fi-ct insertions. 5 Of) " tv-nctr AiVer?seweats at equally favorable rates. jjwfrinz&, Religions and F uneral Notiees, not exceeding jut lines. cents. 3LtUran> Notices, ? ?-; MWCIOWTS' MiCA/lNE ano CoMMEBClAli P.f tirw- Publbced Monthly. Vpl VIII. No. L Jana, ary, I34S. New-York; Freeman.Hunt, 142 Fulton-n. This i? the opening- number of the Eighth Vol? ume of tW? Commercial Magazine ; and we have thus long delayed a notice of it in the hope that v.e should have space to present more fully than have done hitherto, not only the claims which jt possesses upon ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JAN. 13, 1843. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or KE?m;crr. 17 In Dewocratie TTfalff ?*?eral Com miltC?H-Jam>ary 17th. 1K43.-0? motion, n . ? ,ri_ . _ n.m/>cralic Whiff Electors of -neb ???2o?f. T bat ??S5K2*2 have int appointed Dr 1 ^ t&lft* G^ rarcorn^me, viz? 1st, 3d, *b. re,?S r< quoted to assemble at their h^Mir errS lo^W-ct^ Wards, on Tuesday>e aT^rf.? of JaBBarv St, at 7 o'clock P. M , and Mspotat 5 eacbof such Ward, in said tee for tte year"??^.p H0NE cbtI,mlDf pr0 tem. ggtS j Secretaries pro tern. j!8 6t O" ? Many Sufferers" wishes to know if there be any remedv against the oppre-sive and illegal ??5?fln of * MUltia" Fine wb<n a ? arrant has been bsued. We suppose the victim most b<- taken to prison ou the warrant and then sue onta writ of Hainas Corpus. But this m ? question for lawyers. ^m " Americanos," who wishes to writ* usithree or f?ur ani clesmreTaLor to-Kent*,* shall he heard on three COadi SnV? 1 TheV mun b7ver>-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 January 1843

THE SOMERS MUTINY. IYnvaS Court of Inquiry. Reported for The Tribune. SEVENTEENTH DAY.Jan. 17. The Conrt met pursuant to adjournaient. The Judge Advocate stated that be had rrceived certain papers from Washington, to n&e according to his discretion; hut that h jbund they were merely private papers of Midshipman Sptnccr, and had no bearing on the Inquiry. He therefore iboald not iroob!? tlie Court with term. The first w itness called was Edward Lego, landsman, ]7 years old.?Did not think the Brig coulo hare been brought in if tlie execution bod sot taken p!nc<\ IJ'i.'.'i.ki Heed, third class spprentiee, 18 years of pgr? Thought the inntsneers would have trird to destroy the vessel if they ha?t net been executed. William Ctmser, 2d class s?pp:ent:ce, 18 years of age.? Ttuswitr.eM Lad a conversation with Mr. Spencer about boys beiec allowed" to go home aiwr a short cruise. Mr. Spencer tol? him they sometimes allowed boys to ^o home after a sl-ort cruise, and it he. Spencer, bed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 18 January 1843

From *J.e HarjttSJe. j {Jo $%r> ^tjaioto Shadow, just like the tbic regard of men, Constant and close to friends fpr*ane * bright; You leave mc in the dark, but come again And stick to roe as loDg a* ibere is iig:i?. Yet, shadow, as good friends heveotten done You've nem steppe between me and the >nn ; But rcadr atill to beek me i harr fand jaz, Ahbough, indeed, rou 're fondInf changing side-, And while X n?vei' J**1 coa>i* Sct around you, tVbereWl walk my shadow with me prides. f hat you nhovld leave rae in the dark is meet Enough, there being one thing to remark, Light calis you forth, yet, lying at my feet.. I in keeping you forever in the dark ! Fruz:r*. The Principles of Parlies. Mr. S. Graham lectured before a small bu: cte*ply interested audience nt Washington Hell on Friday evening in illustration of the Political His? tory cf our Country, and the alleged differences of Principle among our People. He showed very clearly, by citation* from cotornporary record?, that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is rVSUSKZD ETTIT ?tORJHKC, Jl 160 JSvsvs&st.. (opposite Iks City ffallj Ntvy-Fsrk, And delivered t? Cttv Subser.ltr?. '.or Sine Cents per week. ^Single copies Two Cents Mail hubscrihers, %5 per annum, in advance; and ihe paper in no case continued beyond the time Cor which it js paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months TERMI 07 ADVEHTTS.NG: TEN line* nr less, (over six.) first instrJan.... 50 Cents. a - for each subsequent insertion. 25 " u ? for sir insertions, or one week.$1 50 " ? ? fo* t-renty-fixe insertions. 5 00 " Lonper Advertisement* at equally favorable rates. Marriapes, Religions and Funeral Notices, uot exceeding 6,e lines, 23 casts;_ THE TRIBUNE. The Eicctro-Jin poetic Telegraph. We have before spoken of the principles on which the invention of Prof. S. F. B. Morse, of this city, for the instantaneous traasmisiion of in? telligence to distant plac-.-s, and of the strong pro? bability tnat it would prove some day to be of de? cided utility. Prof...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING. JAN. 19, 1843. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, ot kcktccky. 37 Im Democratic Whig Genera! Com twIUfty-JlCMfj Hib, 1?-JS.?Oa BJOtiO?, Rtsohid, '?"hat the Democratic Whig Electors of such WarU* In the ci:y of New-York, as have not appointed D<-J e?ale? to the Whig General Committee, n: i?,sd,4.n, 6ua and 14th, are respectfully nque-ted to assemble at itieir bestd quarters, in ineir resp'ctive Wards, on Tacwaj lae 34th day of January inst, at 7 o'clock P. M., ?nd "P??'/ Delegates to represent each of ?uch Wards in said Commit tee tor toe year 1S43 .? -\ , _ PHILIP HONE, Chairman, pro tern. Jos*?h P Piasv j secretaries, pro tern. Jl8 6l Edward E. Cowles. 5 J Doctor Lyrll's LzcTtrars ort geology.-The first edi? tion or these ceebrated Lectures being entirely exhausted, asecond edition, wifb an Introduction and additional notes, has been put to press and will speedily be issued. Price 25 ? cents. Postmasters woo remit one dollar will beenoded to fir* copies. O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 January 1843

Bcnfiiropt?? Jan. 18. KtSnguam IL Warner. Broker, New-York. BrtUert Morris, Ke *-York. Morris M'yer?, Trader, New-iork. jajjo J. Hoa?e, Lumber Dealer, New-York. William Terry, New-York. George Holmes, Hydc Park. _ Court Calendar* Thursday, Jan 19. Circuit Court.?Nos. 81. 52,60, 86, 87, 32, 31. 58, 63, 44, 7, 28. 39, 41, 51, 27, 48, 69, 14, , 50,77,93, 94,>S 35, 66. Common Plkas,?No*. 97, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34,35,36,39. ^ Citw intelligence. Wednesday, Jan J8. Marine Covrt.?Rather a Novel Cabe. fy&eri U. Btrdell vst John Jacob Atter*?The Defendant downer01lh* City Hotel It had beeo let t? Mr. Gardi? ner, on security of tbe furnitnte conUioed in it, for $12,500 ytt annum, payable wee ly at $249 57 per week. In June iast, Mr. G. became uCcply in arrears, and the lease was forfeited- The Plaintiff,subsequent to this period, furnished a qaaa?ty of Cbees* lor tbe bouje, and brings action against Defendant lor ;he amou.it, contending iba; tbt boase wa* conducted, aster tbe lorieitur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 19 January 1843

From Grabam'i >!?g3tme for Feb. Cfje #iaon.~Br J. R. Lowiir Mr ecu! was like the sea Before the moor, ?-a? made : Moaning in vague immensity, Of its own strength efraid. Unrestiul and unsaid. Through every rift it farmed in vain About its earthly prison, Seeking torne unknown thing in pain, And sicking restless ba?jk again, For yet no moos had>riaeri. Its only voice a vast, dumb moan Of utterless angaish speaking, It lay uahopefally alone. And lived but in an aimless seeking So was my soul: bat when't was fail Of unrest to o'erioading. A voice of something beauuful Whispered a dim foreboding? And yet oo ?oft. s? sweet so low, It had not more of joy than ?w; And. as the sea doth oft lie still, Making its waters meet. As if by an uncopsncui will, (for the noon's s.lver feet. Like some serene, urrwinking eyo Ths.t waita a certain destiny. So Jny my soul within mine eyes When thou it3 sovereign moon dHst rhe: Asd now, bowe'er its waves above May toss and seem aneasefdl, One strong...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE it rcELisnco tvrxr a?or.j*i>Jc, At 160 Ifasum-tt, (oppttiU Ike Git? Hall,) Hew-Fork, Ami delivered to Chy Subscribers for Jtine Cent* per week. Single eopie? Tun Cent? Mail Snbwribers, $5 per annum, In advance; and tbe paper in no case continued beyond tbe time for which it is paid. Bubscriptions taken for Six Months. terms or advertisihc: TEN lines or less, (ever six.) first msertlao.... 60 Cents. " " for each subsequent insertion. 25 M " " for rix insertions, or one week.$150 " ** " for twenty-five insertions. 500 " longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notioes, not exceeding *>e line. 2~> cents. THE TRIBUNE. 3Ltt(rrarD Xotices. Graham's Magazine or Literturf, and Art. No. 2n?.? February, 1843. George R. Graham and Rurtrs W. Griswolo. Editors. Israel Post, 8<J Bowery. This has become decidedly the leading monthly Magazine of its class in this country ; and it com? mences its new volume with a double numb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1843. FOR PRES WEHT, HENRY CLAY, or UWTCCJCT. TT Ist Democratic Whig Ceaeral Com miltcO-Jaooary 17tb, 1643,-Oa motioa, Resolved, That tbe D^mocra'ir. "Whig Electors of such Ward? in tbe cite of Ne*?-York.** have not appointed D?d eeales to* tbe Whir Gro-rai Committee. r:z: 1st, 3d, 4tb 5lb and Mia, are respectfully rrque>ted to a?sernbie at tbeir h?*ad quarter*, ia their nrsp-xttve Ward*, on Tuesday the 24:h day of January lost, at 7 o'clock P. M_ and appoint Delegates so represent each of buch Wards ia said Commi tee for tbe year IMS. PHILIP HONE, Chairman, pro tern. gggL'ftCog* j Sy^to, pro tern. ^ ft CT For a thonghtful and intercstiDg account of the Wext Rozbv.rv Community, by a lady of emmeo; attainments, see last Page. VZT For Notices of Graham's Magazine (with a criticism of J. R. Lowzll's Poem,) the Southern Literary, kc. de fence of Gen. Putnam, an exposure of DUUlicry Milk, itc see First Page. _ Tbc *S?ttsei*m SXatiny. In to-dayp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 January 1843

MONEY MARKET. gtie* at the Stock Exchange, Jas. 19. UM S. Y- St. 54?, 1861, 8?Jj?fi.OOO Imnnis6s, 1870... 173 ?Toll do do. 89 25shares Pbenix Bank.. 73 10 Merchants' Bank .... 89 25 Del. & Had. 20 do.R3 100 Firemen's Ins Co .... 90 25 Harlem.15i 50 L I Rfd.48* 300 do. Stst? do do 2m Ohio Sixes. I860.. 624 jj#> do I860.. 62} ?CO do do .. 62 a;B0 do d-i .. 613 Jt.oo do do..6U ?3X0 do do .. 61J Soo do do .. 61 . itKM)Kentucky Sixes.. 82 ! 15 Acburn k R*ch.90 ?7J0O do do 60 d 82 |10<) N Jeher Rfd.70 Sijao do do-821? 25 Mohawk.SO jjO0 do do.... Ufl SECOND auARD. ? 1? Harlem.b 60 d* 16 j 50 Harlem.b 8 ds 16 Commercial and Money Irlatter?. J Thursday, P. M. There was a fair amount of business done at the Board ?day, and prices were generally firm. Mohawk fell off i Tbe sales of State Securities were again large, Teaching ?ward of 160,000 par value. State Fives-and-a half im jroved 1; niinois Sixes \. Ohio Sixes epenet; at -an im jroveraent.bat clo?ed at 61, a farther decline of 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 20 January 1843

(Sees George CaT&poeiL 7tOX TUt CKSJUK OF We?r~...?r k. w. L'JXCrJELLOW. Bjgh on the highlands, And deep in the day, The Good George Campbell Rode free and away. All snddied, ail bridled, Gay garments be wore: Home came bis good steed, Bat he nevermore Out came bis mother, Weeping so sadly! Out came bis beauteous bride, Wailing so madly! All saddled, ali bridled, Strong armor be wore: Home came the saddle, But be nevermore! " My meadow lies green, lJnr??nped is my corn; My garner is empty? My child is unborn .'" Al! saddled, all bridled, Sharp weapons he bore: Home came tbe saddle, But be nevermore I i from 'Tbc Democrat!; Review.' Z$t Hj&tsU35iorbuTj> Commtmitp. (Lrrrra to o. a. brownsow.) Mr Dear Sir: I nave made my visit to thi Community, as it is called, at West-Roxbury, and find that it more than answers the expectation beld oat in that account of it which appeared in ' The Dial' last January. I mean tkat the dtrgree of suc? cess already attained, is greater than it ...

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