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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is published r.vriy mokning. At 160 Nasuen-st,, (opposite Ike City Hall,) new- Fork, Aftjfj delivered t? Ci:v Sulwcribcrs lor JYi*c Cents per week. Simrle eop <-? Cents Mail Suhacrioer?. $5 per aDTJOHi, in ?Hranc?*: ?o<l ihr paper in no cnsr CMttnaed beyond tbe lime for which ii is paid. Subscriptions ' taken for Six Months. terms Or SDTEBTTSmO: TEN lines or les*. (over si*,) first insertion.... 60 Cents. ?? M for each subsequent insertion. 25 M ? ? " for rix insertions, or one week.$2 .50 " ?? " for txocn ty-/ij>? insertions. 5 00 " jxmger AdverttM-tuent* at equally faverable rates. Marriages, Religious and r uneral Notioes, not exceeding five lines. 25 cents. XT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large p*per, for the Country, is publinhed every Saturday morning, at Die low price of$2 per annum, in advance. " THE TRIBUNE. ?>ickena'a Notes* The Buffalo Commercial is very angry at what we said about Sts comment on Dickens's ' Notes.' "We are sorry for it, for...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1343. FOR PRE SIDE21T, HENRY CLAY, Or KZSTOCXT. The Homers Mittiwy.?A Pamphlet containing all the Testimony, Documents, Narratives and Particulars of the Tragedy on board the U. S. Brig Soiners, with the Pur trait of Commander 3lacs.er.zie, a fac simile of Spencer's "Greek Programme, an accurate Drawing ol the Somers as she sits en the water, with interior view?, descriptions, fcc Ac. Price 12$ cents. D" Postmasters remiuing one dollar -will receive ludst copus. TOT We are greatly indebted to Messrs. Wilmer fcSmith of Liverpool, for the latest British Journal-?, and to the Ex? presses of J1arnf?en fc Co. and Adams it Co. for Eastern papers yesterday morning. We acknowledge also Extras from the Courier, Atlas, Mail, and other Boston papers. O* London and Liverpool Newspapers, received by the Caledonia, for sale at this office. Among them are the Illustrated London News?Bell's Weekly Messenger Weekly Dispatch?Liverpool Mail?Tom Spring's Li/e in...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 January 1843

These are simple facts and sbow of what immense im? portance the trade of the Western State* is to oar commu? nity ; and yet there appears a lack of energy on the part of oar merchants and traders to adopt measures that might the more effectually secure a much larger portion of tire same. There seems to be a ttumbering disposition prevailing among oar leading moneyed men, which seldom awakes from its lethargy until the prixc is carried off and secured by those of a more liberal and business-like mind. A bill is now before the Legislature for the immediate eaacelling of the Relief notes, and to prevent a farther issue o the same. What its fate will be, no one can tell; but I trust another fraud may not be perpetrated upon the people ?f Pennsylvania, if the one authorising the issue of these cotes be not repea led. ? rvtus. Important prom Maxtco.?The National In? telligencer expresses the hope that there is no just ground f>r the new complaint on the part of the Government of Mexic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 January 1843

fUarrjarct's Seng. T?A>Si-ATnD FROM COLtRt'S i F1CST.' R-.i0*2t> a Monarch once in Th?le? Constant eveu to the grave? Whom bis Mistress, loving truly, When she died, a goblet gave. Nought on earth so highly prizing. Oftrle drained it 'mid to* peers ; And as oft, her image rising, Made his fond eyes gush with tears. So, his last when be was breathing, Summed be bis possessions up; Freely to hi* heirs bequeathing Towns and towers?but not her cup. With his knights and barons loyal, 'Mid the banquet-hall sat he; Down there in the castle royal Of his fathers, by the sea. There the tippler stood and swallowed Owe la.it sup of life's own blood ; Then, with trembling hand, tbe hallowed Chalice cast into the flood. Drooped bis old eyes, wan and winking, % * As they marked it in the main, Falling?spla-hing?filling?sinking? Never drank he drop again. [Boston Evening Transcript. T. W. F. LATER FROM EUROPE. The Steam Ship Caledonia arrived at Boston on Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock, bring...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVf-ttY MOSNflCC, At 16* rfaturu-sL, f opposite tie Oity Hail,) flew-Tori, ?od delivered to Citv Subscribers for Nine Cents per week. Single copies Tiro CTrnts Mail Subscribers, $5 per iiiacm. in advance; and ibe paper in no caseesntlnued beyond the lime for which il is paid. Subscriptions taken for Six Months. TCaMS OF ADVERTISING: TKN lines or lets, (over six,) first insmlen.... fiO Cents. .? M for each subsequent insertion. 25 u m - for six insertions, or one week.$150 " u " for twenty-fixe insertions. 5 00 " Lor??er Advertisements at equally favorable rates, Marriages, Religious and r uueral Notioes, not exceeding frit hoes, 25 cents. THE TRIBUNE. fLtterarj Notices. The Pioneer. A. Literary and Critical Magazine. J.R. Lowell an1 R. Carter, Editors and Proprietors. February, JS43. Vol. L No. 2. New-York: James Stringer, 155 Broadway. If the Editor? of this Magazine prosecute their undertaking as ably as they have commenced it, (and we see no reas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23. 1243. FOR PRE SID EXT, HENRY CLAY, or jtrjrrocKT. The Somem Mctinv.?A Pamphlet containing all the Testimony, Document*. Narratives and Particular* of the Tragedy on board the ?. S. Brig Somers.with the Por? trait of Commander Mackenrie, a fac simile of Spencer's Cjreek Programme, an accurate Drawing ol the Soroers as .(.e tits on the water, with interior views, descriptions, fcc ate. Price 12$ cents. TT Po*truaslers remitting one dollar will receive twelve copies. TT London and Liverpool Newspapers, received by the Caledonia, for sale at this office. Among them are the Illustrated London Naws-?ell's Weekly Messenger? W??klv Dispatch?Liverpool Mail?Tom Spring's Life in London-Family Herald?Squib? Warner's American News Letter, hue., ox. <>| _ ET Advertisers will bear in mind'that advertisements in? tended for Monday's paper must *<? sent in by 10 o'clock this evening, as onr publication office is not open on Sun? days. The rates for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 January 1843

MONEY MARKET. 1 gale* at the Stock Exchange, Jan. 37. tewOC Loan 1270,op(rrTi 85 I 25 Bank Coin.scrip 93? SSO N. V. SU 54s, i860, M IO do..Kg ?t'pno do 1351.. 90 2<i Mechanic* Bkg Asso 62 #5000 do do.. 904J JO Farmer?'Trn? Co... Ill lj(r.n State Ts. 1819....104 j 5 Katr'e Fire Ins Co... 35 X?0O0 Kentucky Sixes... 81*jt.V) Harlem.sMds.. 16J &0OO Illinois 6s, 1370 ... 13J; 50 do.120 its 16+ S'fXO do do b90d.*19 100 do.sl0dsl6t l{wt do do. 13 I SO Syracu;* JcU?ca.... S7 25 share* Del. L Hndson 82?| 25 Mohawk .Xi 20 Botch ti. Drovers* Bk 90 60 do.771 10 National Bank. 871 25 do.s 30 ds 27$ j2 State Bank.7a . 80 N Jersey Rr'd.69 ->5 Bk of Com. fall.| SO do..b 60 ds C9 05 do.scrip.93? 25 Canton Co. 15* * second board j?L I Rr'd.b60d 48i j 25 Ston'ngton. 16$ 50 Harlem.16J|2u5 Hk of Com ..scrip... 94 100 do.b 60 ds ICj 1 ?6,300 N r 7?, 1349, s n w 104 Commercial nod Jloney .Uatterst. Fridvy, P. M. There was a fair basinet done at Uie Board to-day, gen? erally at fall prices. Harle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. Puniahmeatsj in the Nary. To the Editor of the Tribune: In your paper of this morning a piece appeared wader the head of " Reform in the Navy," which is calculated to prejudice tbe mind of the Public against this most important arm of our National Defence. It was most evidently written by a per? son who knew nothing of the subject, for he pro? posed that u Midshipmen shall hereafter be made from the Apprentice^.*' If that, was tbe case, we would indeed have a fine Navy, one of which we could boast?our officers composed of the very tiregs of the country, and our Navy a disgrace to America. He also state* : " The officer Srst steps on board a National vessel a Midshipman, bearing a war jant from the Government?a warrant for tyranny *ver, and abuse of tbe helpless slaves of this atro? cious system." Is this correct ? Is our Secre? tary a tyrant, that he gives a warrant for the ex? ercise of undue authority ? No, sir, it is far from being correct: no such warrant is given; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE i? rrri.t??i>n e?r?v MoaNiNc, dt \?* Xutmm-it , ron.n.?, ,k, 0?f? BntL') ytwTmrk A;-" dctteered u*Cin .*uu?crk^t> for AW cWj arewk S.nele rop;~ Tw Cmu Min *o>>?<ri?>e-rs, -As r>*r ...no,, b advance . .ml ?,e paper bnocw c^ticuVd , he.?od ihr tnnr fee wh.cb ,x u paud. Sabecripuor.. taken tor > s M ? ' v r^ j TrtM? "r ?r)u.tni!Kc: TKN line* or less, (over six,) fir%t tnaertton.... AO Cent*. 1 " f<t rack iimrrUon. 25 " " tor rix inw-nioo?. or one werk.|1 ? " " lor ttscul-j-five n.serttoos. .S to. ?? Lwr-r Aslverttw-Meii? ,( rqoallv feewrabte rate*. ?M"Turrt- Rriig-.oos and b anerel Nou?<-?, not eicerdinc h??- |tae> .'?> rr:;l*. THE TRIBUNE." /'rdDi f?e AI-i -niKf CarSMMClc of" ^Vyi^y, V* ill The Tnbanr purr u? i:? > pinion upon the rjorsUon H * a.;r? 4u.j iuipn<?i mrnu la aaacbtoary, lately ,i,v u?~-,i ? ?ilfa ihr Mornlns P< ?i The Tribune beyond all o<h?-r journal* :n tfi:s city has I ? ily and rioq3??.Uy sdvocaird t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 January 1843

vT THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING. JANUARY 30, 1343. t OH PRKSJVJCXT, HENRY CLAY, Of atTTTCCttT. O" Prison* ?bauu; in la-nd 10 their friend? in the roon'ry ?ihr Pamphlet r?v?taii.w>K the foil anount of the Trvumony asd Proceeding* in ihr ease ol lb* FiOMERi TRAGEDY, wub View* Ol the Ve**r|. Portrait m Ihr Cn.nmtn Irr. kr. be , may procure thern at ihi? office. :n wrapper* rt-a?iv for maiiing. Price 12J cent*. Twelve copies for sue doltmr. TJ" **> are greatly indented lo ll?n ?le*?r* t:. Moat,*.*, A L. Post* a, R. W. Tk utrao* an 1 j. Mt.Kr.os?, lor vai nable public document*. TT Copiesot last wer?'. Werkly Tribo.se, containing the tplend-d closing Leciu.-r of I>r. If awk?, may Mill be obtained at our drik ic wrapper*, ready for mailing. Price ?H cent*. CP For an art rle on the iate*u of .Loose at affected by Machinery, be- Ci.at in i^ontnana, Americano, on High RmU.Lc See TirM Page. TT Por No. I. ol a wert**? of original L<tttrt fmm Sentk? ern Eur?ft, See La?t Page. The Def...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 January 1843

Late aut> Iwteresti*?. from Campeacht.? The btig Apalachicola, Captain Brrdail. arrived yesterday. 10 days from L?*rma, one league below Camprurhy. the, Hend Quartets of the Mexican army. The brig brought no papers, but we are verbally informed of the situation of affairs in that region up to the 6th mat. The brig Crawford, from New-Orleans for Lagu na, with a cargo of flour, bad been take?; posses? sion of by the Mexican ssptadrori. Tl?e pretence lor the capture was the fact that the Crawford was destitute of tlni rwcessary Consulate papers. Ibe British bark Birmingham hud arrived from \ era Cruz, a few days prior lo ihe sailing ?;f the Apslarhicola, with a detachment of troops. So t-tr as the two hostile powers were concerned, the position of matter* ha* not been materially changed since tbe i?*t arrivals front that quarter. The Mexicans were ai work night and dav *?ith out intermission, endeavoring tu teduce the (jtv, and the Campe.hano* still held out with unri-rr. :io>n s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 January 1843

?rttria dorn Huiopr. .. ."Xo. J. Foreign L rrrr^^rtrn.-r m To- New-York. Tribune. | a vom4CE T? ,T?, V- -Se*-Sick.??t?*. .. <?H-*LUi....A j Ma* Lo\; Ovta*Oa*0...<AtBB.AtT*?...C>KJlOA ? ,u>,,. No* Wht not begin my letter at sea 7 It is now no meat travel-worn than Arabia Petrira. I bate this akipptng over the ocean a* " not worth mention? ing" to burst ?n tbe reader from the middle of some Continent.* Ttj? Mary Phillip*, a beautiful Mobile Packet with a noble commander, spread her tail* fo Ge no* with only one cabin passenger beside our own circle, consisting of a friend and hi* family and myself. A long v")'8?e **? before us, aed vre prepared every thing we could suggest to reiie-.e its tadium. I expected to feel the first grand sen? sation as I saw the blue hills of my father land ?ink into tbe weaiern aky. Nothing ev?i seemed to mm more poetic or paikrtxc than Byron's fare? well to the land of bis birth : '? Adieu, arJJen?my natis* bind Fade* o'rr uV waters blue," Lr. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 January 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ? rctLMHED Evrar voimng, 160 Kaumt-tL, (cpparite the City Hall,) He**-York, Asa delivered to City Sokwibers for ^Vise Cents per week. Sinele copie? Tw Cent? Mali Kobsciibers, S? per annum, in advance; and Um? paper in no caseenntraaed beyond tl?e time for which it it paid, Subscriptions taken for Six Months. tk&.ms Of advertising: TEN lines or lets, (over six.) first insertion.... 50 Cents. " " for each rabseqaent insertion. 25 " ? "for ?x insertions, or one week.$J ?0 " ?? " for twenty-five insertions. 5 00 * Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriares, Religions and Funeral Nouoes, col exceeding five lines, 25 cents. tt THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, is published every Saturday morning, al the low price of $2 per annorn, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. ftettrrs front Hurope_Xo X?. Foreign Correspondence of The New-York Tribune. The Straits and Rock or Gibraltax.GuLr of Genoa, kc Genoa, September, 1842. Ose. morning we wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 January 1843

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 18?. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or tTirrccxT. ET Person* wishing to send to their friends in the country the Pamphlet containing ?he ftvO account of the Testimony End Proceeding* in ihe rase of the SOMF.rs TRAGEDY, wiib Views of the Venei, Portrait of tbe Commander, he? ar may procure ibetn ?X this otfke, in wrappers ready for mailing. Pnce iZjceaU. TwHve copies for one dolUtr. O" Copies of but week's Weekly Tribose, containing the spieodid closiag Lecture of Dr. Hawks, may still be obtained it oar desk in wrappers, ready for mailing. Price Ci ercts. (D* For So. II. of Letters ficm Europe, Association and tte Press. State Valuation, ice. he see First Page. D* For 5>eecA ?/ Hon. Willis Hall, and a beautiful Prem from TU Dml. see Last Page. Kj3 We condense or forisear Editorials to-day to make room for one-half of the noble and states? manlike Speech of Willis Hall, in our State Legislature, in review of Gov. Bouck's Message. We tru?t no re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 January 1843

TT I,ectu?r-?erorethe GENERAL SOCIETT OF MECHANICS' AND TRADESMEN. This evening at "\ o'clock.?Wm- L Sto.nb, Esq. will deliver bi> seconu Lec? ture on tbe Introduction and Progress of tbe Art of Printing ra Encland, account of some early Printersand early books, coniroversiea between Transcribets, origin of Newspapers, the Roman Dinrna, early political and editorial contro? versies. _itm R XTDemocratie ?'lay Club of the Seventh Ward.?A regular meeting of tbis Club will be held at tne franklin H?tel, corner oi Cherry aud Ralgervsireels, on Wednesday evening, Feb. l?t, at half p*?st 7 o'clock. JAMES R. WOOD, President. C. F. Coles, J s,.-??-^-. J.CRQ*w-L,)^CTeUtrie* [ J31 * I bring yon a nase-gay of culled flowers, With nothing of my own, but Tbe string that ties them together."?La Fontaine TT Ulr. IHooney has the honor to apnoui.ee that bis ?levemb Lerture on the History. Laws, Antiquities, Poetry and Music of Ireland, 4;c. 4ic- fee. wid be delivered at Con crrtHall, 406 Broadway,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 January 1843

From :" Dial for January. 3i3.za.th the endless surge* of the deep. Whoae green eeoxexff r/erlerjM them evermore, A host ?<f marioer? perpetual sleep, T?? hashed to heed tbe wild commotion's roax ; And emerald weeds gHde softly o'er their hones, And wash them gently mid the rounded atones. No epitaph have they to tell their tale, Their birthplace, age.asd story, ?Ii are lost, Yet rest they deeply, " witfiin the rale Those sheltered bodies by the smooth slates crossed, A*d countless tribes of men lie od the hills, And human blood runs in the crystal rills. The air is lull of men, who once enjoyed The healthy element. Dor looked beyond.? Many, who all their moral strength employed j^i? human kisdneas, of their brothers fend,? ^ad many more, who counteracted fate, fid battled in the strife of common hate. Profound est sleep en* raps them all around. Sages and sire, the child and manhood stroag, Shed not one tear, expend no sorrowing sound, Tubs thy clear voice to no funereal song: F...

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

IE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE u rr/BLisBZD xvrar Mozvuie, A? 160 jyjruT* , (opposite tie City Hall,) Ifee> Tori, 43j rfc-lrversd ?? Citv Subscribers tor Nine Cents per week. Hiszle copies Two Cents. Mali Subscribers, $5 per SflPi tn advance; aad ibe paper in no case centinned t*y?nd tbe tune for which it is paid. Subscription*, taken for Six Months. !tc&ms or Aovxansive: T?N linej or iess, (over six.) first insertion.... 50 Cents, ? *? for each subsequent insertion. 25 " for sit insertions, or one week.$1 50 ** for txjentjt'five insertions. ?00 " i /jnrer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religions and Funeral Notioes, not exceeding jrt Iii?. 25 cents. ry THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, ; bribe CouBtry, is pobltahed every Saturday aaoranig, at 1 2f J?w P1^0* ?1"*2 P*1" stnnnm? m advance. THE TRIBUNE. Repeal of the Bankrapt I.isw. ft the Editor of The Tribune: The bill cow before Congress intended to Re P?a] tbe General Bankrupt Law is evidently very brief an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 February 1843

THE TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 1. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or uirrocKT. O" For the conclusion of the truthful and statesmanlike J.-ptcch of Willis Hall on Got. Baud's Message: an as eoont of Wisconsin; Got. Rom*.* on Preteetiun, ke, tee Last Page. 33" For a caustic exposure of the absurdity and cruelty of Repealing tko Bankrupt Law? an article on Sa/eiy in Steamboats; en Naval Discipline by an officer; Fires, Spu? rious Wines. Fighting by the Month, American Preaching, kc. see First Page. The Disaster in radians. By the letter of our prompt and intelligent cor? respondent at Indianapolis, it will be seen that treacherv and usurpation have blasted the hopes of our Whig brethren in that quarter, electing Ed? ward A. Hannzgah, Loco-Foco, to the United States Seaate for six years from the 4tii of March next. The nefarious means by which this result has been brought about are fully exposed in our correspondent's letter. There are those who will repine at this disaster ?we do ...

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

CLERICAL?We learn that a subscription has been entered upon for tbe purchase of a Church on Washington square, with the intention of inviting tbe Re?- Dr. Potts, of the Duane-street Church, to become the pastor. Very nearly if not quite the ?whole amount of money necessary for the purchase bas been already subscribed. [Jeur. Com. Banks 15 Maine.?The number of Banks in operation on the 1st inst. in the State of Maine, was 40. Aggregate capital, $3,315,000. Circu? lation, $1,106,262. Specie, $175,302. Deposits not on interest, $542,018; do. bearing interest, $91,734. Algeria-?This territory, during the twelve years of its occupation by the French, has cost the nation one hundred and twenty millions of dollars, gad upwards of twenty thousand lives. Court Calendar Tai* Day. Circuit Court.?Nos. 94, 96, 97, 98, 80, 39, 51, 91, 105, 106, 37, 48, 63, 33, 50, 14, 89, ? 40, 59, 95, 27, 66, 69, 85, 99, 82. Common Pleas.?Nos. 26, 109, 4. 6, 20, 24, 48, 59, 62, 63, 71, 73, 89, 91, 96, 108, Bankr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 February 1843

SPEECH OF Hon. WILLIS HALL, [CoKCXCDrD ftr I am cot misrepresentise; the quenioo. The_wbolc coatroversy about the Distribution law, (as to m Consti lotiooality,) is, when stripped of extraneous matter, re Placed to the single point wbeibtr Congress hart power to vise one fcot ot the public land. If th* ribgt does not ex St, the parpoie for which the gift is made cari not eonler sxse rieht?nor can it make arry difference whether tte gilt be to an individual, a town, a city or a state. oB tbe otb ?rband if the Coastitntion has cog!erred on Congress tbe oc wer to etre to one Mute it has conferred equal power to riv* 10 all. If ttoen Congress has powerto distribute equal? ly among the States toe public lands tt has the same power over the proceeds of the lands. The power is the Jaaj*. The right to dispose ef land includes tbe right to depose of the proceeds of thai land. If any one can be found soabrord as to contend that ibe power? Con?titn itonai when exerd<ed on tbe land, but ceas...

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