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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE u published r.vrxv morxixc, At 160 fleutawiL, (opposite tie City Hall,) XewYork, And delivered to City Subscribers lor Hint Cent* per week. Single copirx Two Cents. Mail Subscribers, $5 per am um. in ad ranee; and the paper in no case cen?nued beyond the time far which it is paid. Subscripuoss taken for Six Months. TERMS Or AHrcaTISiMC: TEN lines or less, (over six,) first Insertion.... 50 C*ms, " " for each subsequent insertion. 25 u " u for six insertions, or one week.$150 ** ** " for twenty-five insertions. 5 00 " Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religions and Funeral Notioes, not exceeding five lines, 25 cents. THE TRIBUNE. Mr. Farnisa'a Lecture. Rev. W. H. Furniss, of Philadelphia, repeated Thursday evening before the Hamilton Lit. Associ? ation of Brooklyn, tho Discourse which he deliv? ered at the Tabernacle before the Mercantile Li? brary Association on Tuesday evening last. His subject aa announced was the " Cbatactermice of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY^!, 1S43. FOR PRE&WZXT, HENRY CLAY, or xzjnvcxr. TT X? Democratic Whig General Cons ZHittce-J-muary 17tb, 1643.-?a mono:,, Resolved, 'rb?t the Dtmocraiic Whig Electors of such Wards'in the city ofNe*-York,as hare not appointed Dej fvates to the Wnic General Committee, \;z: 1-t, 3d, 4ib. 5th aad 14'b, are respecifnily requested 10 assemble at their bud Quarters, in their resp'ctive Wards, on Tuesday the 24th day of January inst, a; 7 o'clock P. M., and appjist o Delegates to r epresent each of such Wards in said Commit? tee for the year IS 13. PHILIP HONE, Chairman, pro tern. SS^'E^fa. 5 pro tern. JI8 6l CT" For Bachelor Bob's Ditooveriet-9. Sketch by N. P. Willis, and in bis best vein?and a tribute to J. Q_ Adams, see Lan Page. TJ" For a Notice of Rer. Mr. Furniss's Lecture, a de ?erlptinn of The Ransomer, a new Hydraulic Fire'Eagine, and Curiosities of Literature, or th* auto-biography of | Gen. Aact*LAaius?decidedly the richest thing of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 January 1843

Court Calendar. SAiraoAV, January 2l 1 CiRcrrtT Cocrt.?Nos. 86, 87, 32, 31, 58, 65, 44, 23, 41, 27, 69, 77, 93, 94, 95, 29, 68, 89. Common Pleas.?Nos. 53, 54, 55, 56, 58, 61, 95, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66. Bankrupt*?Jan. SJO. Joseph B. Foster. Dentist. New-York. Gilbert BerThoIf, Cabinet Maker, New-York, j. W. Benedict, Counsellor at Law, (late firm Benedict, Benedict it Co.) New Yor<. fhiiander Brush. New-York. William Wagvtoff, New-York. Charles Hud?on, Brooklyn. John C. Bloom, Clerk. New-York. John MeGreg?r, late of Philadelphia, .sgmsd Hotcnkin, late Merchant, New-York. William S. tfacy, New-York. Thomas Butler, Mason, New-York. James H. Hamilton, Clerk. New-York. Joel Bwhrend, Importer, New York. M.C.Morgan, Mercs-ant,New-Yo k. E. V. Joice, Counsed ?r at Law, New York. John Rehr, Mason, New-York. Tnomas Wbite, Kngraver, Brooklyn. Thomas Spcff?r.l, Surveyor, New-Y'ork. William Vau Eraberg, late Druggist, New-York. David JR. Barker, Portrait Painter, Mamaroceck. <?ttn i-ntdli?crtc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 21 January 1843

For The Tribune. Sonnrt_To John Qcis cr Ada*? I* vincible old man! New-England's pride ! Although thy day of life be well nigh done, Yet bright the glories of thy setting son As lo iu nooa-dde splendor. Tboo hast vied With the blest patriots whose souls were med la that stem conflict when thy youth began; And, ere thy sands of life are wholly run. Thy name is graven their great names beside. Long a* enduring Time doth hold his fiigbt Thy virtues shall be named: and History's page JJway shall- tell, in characters of light, Of thee?thou Statesman, Orator and Sage. Whose arm 13 ever lifted in the cause of Bight? ?Hx was tkz Glory or his La>'d asd Age.' Fort Chester, Jan. 20. 1143. R. H. B. From Godey's Lady'* Book lor Feb Bacbtfot Boil's B:scobmcs. BY !?. P. WILLIS. ** Sad were tbe lays ot merry days. And sweet tbe songs of sadcess." " Com* !" said bacheJe)r Bob, as he hitebod hi* chair closer to the table, "quite alone, half-past twelve, and two tumblers of toddy for heart-open? er...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE i? rveusHED zrrxt MOSHtNS, At t*? Ftuiau-tL, (oppotitt (%? City Hall,} Z*txt>-Fori, Xaa delivered to City Subscribe: ? for iVW Cents per weak. Sine!? copies Xw* Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per snnom. In advance; and the paper in no case continued beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscription* taken for Six Months. Te?_MA or *i.?;. .; :? TEN hues or lei", {ovr six,} first insertion.... 50 Cents. .? a for eac:. subsequent insertion. 25 M m ? for insertions, or one week.$1 yi " ? " for txoentv-five insertions. 5 00 " Louder Advertisement* at equally fav^rafc-f- rates. Manxes, Religions and F uuerai Notices, not exceeding fire line?. 25 ce.uc THE TRIBUNE. Sftcrarn ^ntfUirjrrice from German? In our notice of the Dial for January, we men? tioned an interesting Letter from Germany as amor.g tha most attractive of its papers. We recur to it Cot the purpose of presenting to our readers some of the information which it conveys. The writer says that the Lectures of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 January 1843

TH? TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1343. FOR FRESW?HT, HENRY CLAY, or ErJCTCCT-7. ?>Ia Democratic Whig General Com miteee?Jaaaary l?tb, IHZ?Oq motion, Rtiolstd, '""hat th? Democratic Wfaie Electors of each Wards m U>ec;iyofNew-York, as hare not *ppoim>d dh- j egales to ibe Whig Goneral Committee, viz: i?t, 3d, 4th, f>ta an/I Ktb, are respectfully roqueted to assemble at their li^ad quarter*, in their re*p?ctive Wards, on Tuesday the J4ih day of January in>t, at 7 o'clock P. m., and appoint 5 Del?*gaies to represent each of such Ward? in said Commit? tee tor toe year 1343 PHILIP HONE, Chairman, pro tern. GUT" Tb- Pamphlet containing the fail particsiars of the Somersldctiny, Plan of the Pot-rait of Capt. Mc JSfrsic, a fa- ?rira?le of Spencer's Programe, i.e. ic. ess be bad et thi? oSJce, la wrapper- ready for mailing. TT We are farther indetxed to Hon. Messrs. R. W Teo??iox of la. Johs T. Stiart ol 1JL T. C. Chitte^ PBK ol Ti. Y. and other Members of Congress, fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 January 1843

As American Slater os the Coast ot Afri? ca.?The Gorernor of the Colony of Liberia, in a disostcb addressed to the Executive Committee of the American Colonization Society, on the .9th of June last, states that on bis arrival at Ba?sa Cove, which place he visited in February, 1842, he found anchored there a fast sailing schooner belonging to New-York. The captain refused to pay any port charges, in deSance to the authorities, who had no means of forcing a compliance with their regula? tions. The supercargo of the vessel was a Span? iard- The Governor told him he knew him to be a $laver. and ordered him to leave the settlement. The vessel soon got under way and stood up tbe coast, but in ten or fifteen days returned, and~in twelve days took in a cargo of 250 slaves and put to sea. A DrEL IK the Navy.?We have seen a letter deted Genoa, Nov. 'iOth, in which it is stated that Midshipman Beer? and Cook, both of Philadelphia, recently fought a duel with pistols, at twelve paces, and Beers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 23 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. j JBxcheqncr?? A?Ii&HrU>n'Trenty-?Bank? rupt RepeuJ, ?*e?4??it?, aec. ace. Correspondence of Toe Tribune. WASHJJCTOw.Tbursrfay.Jan.lSJ&W. j In Senate, to-day, Mr. Porter presented a | petition of 133 personi of Michigan against the repeal of the Bankrupt law. Mr. Smith of la. p<esented joist resolution* of : the legislature of that State in favor of the reduc? tion of po^usa, &.r, A resolution by Mr. Morehxap was adopted, calling on the President of the United State* for information relative to agrant by the British Gov? ernment, of lands in the Oregon to the Hudson's Bay Company. On motion of Mr. Tallmadge the Exchequer bili was made the special order for Wednesday next. The Oregon bill was again taken up, and dis? cussed fay Messrs. Bemon and CROATS ontii ad? journment at a late hour. The bills for the relief of the Petersburg Rail? road Company, and for regulating the enlistments; in the Army, Navy and Marine Corps, were, with a number of private bi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS PttLISHtD ZWM.Y MORMIHG, At 160 JHes*a*s-*t., (opposite the City HalLf SSem-Fori, Ajia delivered to Ciiy Sn,b*crihers (or /Vine Oer.'-* per week. Single copies Two Vents Wail Subscribers, per aanum. In advance; ai*d ihe paper in no caseeonttaaed beyncd the time ior which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. TEEMS Of ADVERTISING: TEN lines or less, (over six,) first inwrtlan.... 50 Onts. .< ? for each subsequent insertioo. 25 " ? " lor six insertions, or one weer.$1 50 " u u for tv>enty-f.ve insertions. 8 00 " 1/rager Advrrtiw-tueuts at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and r'uneral Notices, pot eiTeding fi? lines. 25 cem - THE TRIBUNE. jLiUratn Xoticcs. Ths Amirican Biblical Repository: Conducted bv J. K. Agskw. January, l'?i3. New-York, 36 ParK Row. This is a very valuable Theological Review, conducted with ability and habitually containing papers ably written and of deep interent to all concerned either professionally or otherwi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 January 1843

mmggggg? mi i ** THE TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 24,_1843; FO& PRESW&ZIT, HENRY CLAY, or xzw:vcc7. TT In Dcntotr^tic Whijf Oeneral Com? mittee?January 17U>. 1343.? On motk .'. Ruolvtd, ' ha'- the Df mocraiic Whig factors of such Ward? ?? ifce- c; y of Nt w-York. a? have not appointed D'l eiates to the Whj}f tivn-raJ Comu irtee, v,z: M. ?*d,'tn, ?i? and 14-", a.?. ropeesJaUy nque 'ed 10 assemble *l^ti*ir bend quarters, in i?:r resp'i^v, Ward*, on Tuesday tne 34 b oay Of Jar-oary last, at 7 t/ciork i*. M-, *ba*$?'y'%? Delegate* to represent each o: sucn W*ru> tn sam wmmu tec for toe year 1843 _ r ro P KIU? HONE, Chahman, pro tern. Joseph P. Pia** n. i ^^-rj-^rics, pro tern. fi. Edward E. Cowlo 5 s?*^*"?3? ?? JI8 ? ETCeatral Clay Coniiai?ee.-A= aHjourned xneeti. g o! this Committee will be held at National Had. Canal s'-.on Wednesday Ermingen inst, at 7 o'clock. JAS. N. REYNOLDS, Chairman. John T Dodce ? g^etar??*. ,24 w D. Austin Moxa, i _ Jf ?* ZT Tn - Pamphlet coa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 January 1843

A resolution tliit tbe '^roposals of Messrs. Smith, Moore K Brady to clean the j?u eel* for a leaser sum be referred lo the same Committee was adopted. A resolution to eh? ish the crMce of Superintendent of jitrects, ft80 10 rnerge 10 on? ot?ee tho^e of Street Inspec? tor, Dock Master and Deputy Health Wards piised?and xhe Soard adjourned. Vice Chancellor's Court. ? Before Vice Chancellor McCoan. Decisions.?John L. Lavrrence. 'Administrator (fc. of Jiaat Lawrence dtcMsed, vs. Wxllxam J'cach Latvrente and mfe.?App'.ciU.w- for the .oieciosure cf mortgage and ap ^ointraent o; a Kece:vcr on a large mass of real estate jn William, Liberty, Gold, and other Mreets. Application prsxied, except a3 to 20 iots on 6t;i, 8th and 9th avenues, lie tide to whic'i is in doubt. Reierred to Mr. Codwiit fvr appointment of a Receiver. Richard II. Lansu.g, Examiner in Chancery, vs. John Cook, a Solicitor in Chancery.?Tue defendant caused the rresveianiinatioij in the case of Curtis vs. Engel to be pro? c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 24 January 1843

From the Etesian Post. CHILDREN. et paex BUttpOJt. Unto toe there are no blessings, Which high Heaven, indulging lends, Dearer than the sweet caressing* Of my little friends. When they flock, like birds, about mo Birds in rainbow plumage clad? Thfiir bright looks and thrilling voices Make my spirit glad. Pure, confiding, free from sorrow, Free from even a shade of sin, They, like lilies in their glory, Neither toil nor spin. Wicked tongues have not assailed them. Or the serpent-slander stung, Or the poisoaods ivy clambered Tbeir green leaves among. Parasites and false companions Have not steleri their guileless tru3t, And their tenderest fl jwers of feeling Trampled in tiro dust. Dark suspicion, envy, malices? Friends to man and foes to God? Never scathed the blooming gardess By their footsteps trod. Mother-love has folded round them Arms more soft than angels' wings, And with sweeter accents lulled them Than an angel &mgs. Father-love, defending, keeping, Leading, strengthening...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is rvHLjrrJED e vttzy mormi.xk, At 160 Fassan-st. (opposite the City Kali.) Item- York, jnrf deliveredltt C!,v 5ubscri??ers lor AW Cents per week. *gjj,gje copies TW Cent? Mail ?ubscr:r>e-s, %j p*r ??asm. in advance; and die p*p*-r in no casecawmned beyond' t. e time tor vthicb il U paid. Subscriptioiis aken for Six Months. Tf.KMs or ADvr.aTtsixe: TEN UoeS or less,(o*? six.) first insertion.... 50 Cent1. .. ?? for each subsequent Insertion. 25 " m " for six insertions, or one week.$1.50 " .. ** for tveenty-firse insertions. 5 00 " Lonrer Advert-srient- at equally favorable rates. jjarru.f*'- Religious and Fmieral Notiaes, no; exceeding (.it lines. 25 ? ras. rr THK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, ^fceConctry, > pnblishi d every Saturday moruu.g, a; Otto? price of $2 per annum, in advance. "thr tribuWeT Tbe Safety of Human "Life. We have long intended to write an article on tbe duties of the owners and managers ef Public Gon cetaaces to tbe Fublic, with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 25. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or SKWTCCKT. TT Persons wishing The Tribune left at ibeir residen? ce* or place? of satinets in the city at an early boar in tb? morning, will rlea** ^ve their name*, or vnd them in by note through the Post Office, at the pn'-'icatiou office, 160 Nassau-street, opposite the Park. TtF nine cent* a met, to be paid to the Carrier. TT At Washington City the Tribune may be obtained from F. Lcrr. TT At Philadelphia, from Burciiss t Zeiser, ha the Ledg?r Building. . TT At Trot. V. Y., from Hiram ObtEKZ. O" At New Haven, from T. H. Pease. ET Central Clay Committee.?An adjourn*-,: meeti'g ol this Committee will be held at National Hal!, Canal-st.,00 Wednesday Evening, 25'.b inst, at 7 o'cleck. JAS. N. REYNOLDS, Chair nan. Jons T Donee, ) D. Austin Mot a, 5 dearies. j24 a TT The article from a u Ci-devant Cadet" bas been re? ceived and will probably app*ar. TT For an article oa Steamboat CasualUiet and the means cf prev-nt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 January 1843

before ibem.af.eT Ibe rejttio? ot those above enumerated, im'oaniW to eleven in number, and look them up in the or? der iu which they are alwve ?et forth. Tb* arst was lhat of ?artlett Smita, for $24 934. Alder mo Martin moved that tbe contract should ue given to RtfUetX Smith, be being the lowest bidder tkerelor; bul tbe fVaurndur?*, aller lull consideration, deeming thai tbe offer, npoa the face of it, was not made in g<>od fat h, the sum coniaiued in it being palpably inadequate to the perform ante ol the work embraced in toe couiract, with but one corning voice, (Alderman Martin,) rejected the proposal, woerfupon Alderman Martin withdrew. The reasons vrbtch yrompt-d the Committee io mis conclusion will be hrresher staled. Tue i>est p oposal which they considered, was No. 4, tJiatofJotju K: CumiRing and Thomas Cummin^, jr. Thi? r'oro<l %u in like manner rejected by tue Cotrim itiee.Ior j?esaOU reasons which had muucetl their action in the ca-e o; tWrtleit Smith. Much ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 January 1843

From the Snaavd. iE? 2Lobe. by J. a. UJWri-l. Not &i ail other women are. Is she that to my soul ii ''-at, Her glorious fancies come hom far Benea'h the silver evening star? And yet her hear: is ever near. Great feelings bath she of her own, Which lesser snub may never know, God giveth them to her aior.e, j And swee: they <are as any tone ; ' Wherewith tht wind may choose to blow Yet in herself she dwelleth not, Althougn no home were baif so fair; No simplest duty is forgot, Life bath no dim and lonely spot That doth not in bersunshine snare. She doeth little kindnesses. Which most leave undone or despise; For nou'bc that sees one heart at ease, And giveto napniness or peace, Is low-esteemed in her eves. She hath no scorn of common things, And though she seem of other birth, Hound us her heart entwines and clings, And patiently she folds her wings, To tread tbe humble paths of earth. BJessing she is; God made her so, And deeds of week-day holiness Kail from lier noiseless as ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVT*Y MOKXHtC, At 160 rYrtfioa-sL, (appetite the Oily Hall,) Ara>-Fori, And delivered te Ciiv Sak*cnbers lor Nine Cent* per ?"eek. Sinele cop'ea Two Cent* Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, in advance; and the paper in no case continued beyond the lime for ?hieb ix is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. TERMS or X&VEJtTISIHO: TEN lines or less, lover six,) first lnsertleo..... 50 Cents. " u for each subsequent Insertion. 25 " " u for rix insertions, or one week.$150 " u " for ItDentif-ftve insertion*. S 00 " Longer Advertisements at equally favorable fates. Marriages, Religious and Fluent] No?oei, not exceediog fire lines, 2.? cents. TT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very bm paper, tor tbe Country, ? published every Saturday axirnlng, at tbe low price ofg per annum. In advance. THE TRIBUNE. American Antiquities. Identity of Symbols?Religions Rites, tc. in tbe East and We* t?A utbenticity ol tbe Mosaic Record?Geology?General Results, ate. ? DR. HAWK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE^ THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 26, 1843. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, of kkxtocxt. TJT u R " wbo writ?* 8? to reply to oor article on ' Tbe 8a?ety of Hoch? Lue,'mistakes o* throughout We never said any owner or manager of a barm steamboat or one that bartts us boiler ?nonid necessarily be convicted of morder or maa?iau?bter therefor, bo: that be should be put on trial. We say tbat again, and mean to keep wyiug it. The ca? lamity i% yrvna rfaeie evidence of a criminal reckles?ne*s of life, wbrcO need* to be rebutted by showing actual compe? tency and cantioo. His sneers at printers uaoVrtsking to 'udge io tb^ preroi-e? are out of place; tor a printer niay "koo* that a steam.l>oa?. can be so fixed tnat fire ?n. II not run over her In ten n:.rules, or that a feoiier does not explode catnelesidy, as well as a steamboat man. Besides, w are fortified by the opinion ol nis owu sort of people. But a printer ?beld responsible for any mischief om errors may occasion, ever" innoeecdy;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 January 1843

' Court Calendar. Circuit Covrt.?No*. 54, 53. 77. 69, 93, 94, 59. 68. 96, 97, 0S, 102, 30, 39, 51, 59, 91, 105, 10G. Common Pleas.?Nos. 85, 83, 98, 107, 103. Superior Court.?The Argument Calendar will be called. Notes of Issue for the February Term must be filed before 30th inst. Bankraptav?Jan. 34* Creditors against 3o?. H. Cunningham, broker, New York John Heid, taker, New.York. Henry Mung*r. inn-keepe,-, Ghent Isidore Raphael, hair manufactu'er. New.York. Jf>bh KeHer, commission merchant, New.\'ork. Ahrwm Udell, New Yoik. George H. Gossip, merchant. New-York. John S. Nogent, wine merchant, New-York. James M'Millan, late srocer. New-York. William Wahers. me. chant, New-York. Her.rr Kinc merchant, Brooklyn. Thomas P. W,uer?, forwarding merchant, New-York. John M Catlin, Staten Mand. Nathan G. B?rge?,N^w-York. FreiUrick Thoma', chemm and druggist, New-York. Stephen Roike, merchant, P?-?k?kdl. William Fry?r, wool-dealer New-York. William II. Davenport, clerk, N*w-Vork. James T. Go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 January 1843

mjmT R E T R l^?^?r.^~ The W?te* of Indiana in Conncil. >'rorn our Correspondent. IndusapoUs, la., Tuesday, Jan. 17,1143, 4 P. M. This day ha-? been a proud, a glorious and a hap? py day for the gallant and true-hearted Whigs of the Hoosier State. Jt ha* boen the day of the State Cenvcntion?culled merely as a busin-ss meeting to organise the Whig army of Indiana for the severe and important contest of next ?uram?; but The Peoplk have responded to the c*i!, and a Convention fully worthy of the days of 1C-10 is now convened in the Sfite House square, with an enthuiia.m and determination animating the hearts of all itfl members that betoken unerringly a bril? liant victory next August- From 1500 to 2000 delegat-s are in attendance from all part* of the State, who, having endeavored to organize in the Representatives Hall, in which the Loco-Foco Convention met last ?etk, and tindi:jjr that it would by dint of hard squeezing barely hoid a tnird of thern. adjourned to the open air, whe...

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