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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I? pnbliJh?1' every mo rn i n g , at No. 30 Ann sf-eet. New-York, and delivered to City Subscribers for ONE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, s4 per aaaur* in advance, and th?- p?p"r in no case continued ^.yand the time for which 1 us paid- .Subscription' taken for Six Months. Terns 0/ Advertising_For tech A6r<r;-.sra\r-M of TTEN lines or b^s (over six), first insertion.. 30c;s do. for each subsoquwnt insertion. ^?5 do. for SIX' iHserticciR. or one week-?S 50 do. for TtVENTY-FIVK insertions- 5 00 Longer Advertisrvnonts at squally fas-arable rates ?jurnafeH, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceed? ing five lines. 25 cents. Advertisement* when ordered to to be continued Bn the inside after the first insertion will be subject to ihe same charge as on their first appearance? payable iu all cases in adranoe. {57- The TVF.Eh'L Y TRIBUNE, 1? very large pa per forthe Country, is published every Saturday morn 115, at the low price of $t'J per annum, in advance THE T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 January 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, MONDAY, JANUARY 17. XT Will our frier-da of the Boston Alias, Kennebtc Journal. t)< troti Adrertuer aed Pfatchez Covr'tr be good ftjoach '*' publish or some way fend u" the official vote for Governor in ih-'ir respective State? by Covntit* : We desire to place it on record. XT Wo shall r?pub?sh (with correction) the M ?schau ic*' Memorial in fwvor of the discouragement of the im? portation of Manufactures in our next. 7' Tor Hon. Mr. Hudson's Speech on the TariS". BdlTalo Correspondence and Letter from Columbus, Ga. ?ee first Page. CT For a sketch of Prof. Silliman's Second Lednre. ~ec Last Page. _ LATER FROM EUROPE. The packet ship Mediator, Cap:. Chadwick, which sailed from London on the 20th November, but remained at Plymouth till the 9th of Decem? ber; came in yesterday, having one London paper to the 7th ult.?three days later. As she did not dteam of bringing late news, then; werf: no files of papers for any body. We learn generally that nothing of imp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 January 1842

City Prison Statistic*.?During the last ?week 'JO ?hi:e males, J5 females, 17 black males and 10 females, in all 156, were committed t" prison; #5 white males, 20 female?. 22 black males, and 15 females, in all 152, have been dis? charged?leaving .05 w hite males, 16 females, 22 Mack males, and 10 females, in all 103, ?tili in r>r::.on. 1 black female haying absconded. Cheat Boarding.?The Philadelphia North American says that an organization ol beggars in a street uf that city recently existed ior the pur? pose of supplying a cheap boarding house with pro visiwns. These caterers for tho table received th^ir nay in whisky. By this economical mode of mar? keting the landlord bus acquired a handsome for rXy*' The Old Maid in the Winding Sheet.' by Hawthorne, credited by many papers to A retu? rns, in which it appeared in January, was written -pveral years since for the American Monthly Magazine, and was published in The New-Yorker some three years ago. 'We prize Arctu rus toe highly...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 17 January 1842

Reported for the New-Yerk Trdmce. Prof. Sillimaus Second Lecture. Professor SiUiman, in introducing his second lecture on Geology, said that the subject seemed to grow before bis ov r, mind, and that it was ut? terly impossible to do it any justice within so brief a cempass. He apologised for the desultory and .Unconnected mannor in which the prominent facts of Geology must be presented, as the time was ::,,< -?>.-.? for nr. orderly and complete di-cmion of them. The pressure nf the subject upon my own mind, said he. is thai of a '-wollen, ru.hing flood while there is but a mill-race outlet. The lecture of the last evening was closed with some account of the theory of an eminent Professor at Wt.ate! in Switzerland, concerning the transportation ot rocks among the Alps and other regions where tee prevailed by mean, of glaciers. He d.d not sup? pose that all transportation of great mmeral masses, which was to be see::, was caused m this way t but he believed that this was the tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 January 1842

TllE^iw^'ORK TRIBUNE j? nnbli?i>eJ every morning, a: No.30Ann? street New. Vork. and delivered to City subscriber? fcr ONE CENT per copy. N'ail Subscribers, $4 per ?naura in advar.ce, atid the pap*-r in no case continued beyond tbe titne;for which i is paid. Subscription taken for Six Mor/Ls. Ttms of Jldvtrtiiing._For rcrh ?-7<iV--rf .V-ner.t oj "i EN lines or ien= (over six), first Insertion.. *>Oct_ do. for each subsequent insertion. " do. tor SIX Insertions; or one week?SI 50 do. for T WENTY-FIVE insertions.... 5 <K) Conger Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Fuuerul Notices, not exceed? ing five line* 'St cent*. (Kj^ Advertisements when ordered to to be continued en tliw inside after the rim insertion will be subject to the same char-r<- as on their first appearance?payable in all cases in advance. {&- The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, s very large pa per for tn* Country, is published every Saturday rnorn ?g, at the low price of S'-l per annu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 January 1842

T H E TRIB?NE. NEW-YORK, TUESDAY, JANUARY 13. D . tor Gardner's Lectures -Non. 13. 14,15, 1G. IT and st < ; the Weekly Tribune,contain the 3d,-Ith. 5th. 6Ui id lUh I ectures of in- tir-t Series and the ? hole of the Second Series. A few copies of either of the above paper? so j be at this.' ft!**; Price cents each. DC" For News from Europe, from Oregon, Rhode Island. Illinois, ice. -with a Report of the last Lecture before the Pre-MiUeni?l Advent Association, see First Page. XT Fora tabular view of the prospective Apportion? ment of Representatives in Congress, and Mr. Hud sons Speech in continuation: see Last Page. Blvpocriay f'nmankcd! ft is well known thai ti:- great mass of the Northern and Middle State opponents of the Bank? rupt Law have based their opposition en the pre - text that i's prer'sions arc not uniform?that they do vor. apply to Corporations. This is emphat , ajj. pretext of the hoco-rocw of all this re ojon. They are absolutely ashamed to appear as the advocates...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 January 1842

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 18 January 1842

TUE APPORTIONMENT OF REPRESENTATIVES. [in conclusion of ihe long article ob the Apportionment under the Sixth Census, in The Tribune of Frida; last." Thi- Table is call ulated from the formula appended to Mr. Web-ter's report, to show the equitabU arrangement of the House if iol. 248, 213, 237. 234, 232, 230, 226, 224. 220. 217. (the numbers re? sulting from the ratios of 60,000 to 70,000, inclusive,) be the number determined en for the House, viz : The whole population is to the whole representation a- the population of any State is to its Representation; or 15,907,659 : 251 :: 501.793: Maine's Representation. When the remaining divi? dend was larger than halt" the divisor, 1 was added to the quotient as being a nearer approximat on ti an equitable apportionment. T.be signs plus and minu. are used to express the difference between this and the other mode of calculating in Table II., 4- denoting that this table gives so manv more than the other, ? so manv less. TABL? IV. St a " ~ j ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Is m blieb*'3 every morn in g, at No. 30 Ann street, New-York, and delivered to City Subscribers for OS" CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, $4 per g jjqqbj in advance, and the paper in no cas* continued ^'..and tke time for which i us paid. Subscription? taken tor Sis Monti:*. Terms oj A&ctrt < ng_For tech Air'rl'.sewit ?f TEN lines or b-" (drei six),first Insertion.. 30"; do. for each ?'-:':^r,t insertion. 515 do. tor SIX insertions, or one week-SI SO do. forTWKNTV-r JVE insertions.... 3 ?0 Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates Marriiises, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceed? ing five lilies 25 cent?. (^Advertisements when ordered to to be continued en me inside; after the first insertion will be subject to I ihe ??irae charge as on their first apaearance?payable fn all rases in advance. (ft- TheWXEKLY TRIBUNE, a very Inrga paper for tie Country, is published every Saturday morn ng, 8t the low price of $5| yi-r annum, in advance THE TRIBUN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 January 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, VVEDNESDAY,JANUARY 19. Doctor Laroker's Lectures ? Nos. 13, 14, 1", 10.17 and 1- of the Weekly Tribune, contain the 3d, 4th, Oik >-'.h and O.h Lecture of hi* first Series and the whole of the Second Series. A few copies of either of the abov papers may kx- had at th is - to -c. Price 6i cents eacu. O! For farther News front China, a report of a Med? ical Lawsuit, a Letter from Ohio, and various items of Intelligence, see Fir-tPage. D" For the conclusion of Mr. Hudson's Tariff Speech, see Fourth Page. KJ? We r onclude in this paper the admirable Speech of Hon. Charles Hcdson of Mass. in fa? vor of Protection to American Industry, and we ask for it an attentive and thoughtful perusal. Mr. Hud-on is a clergyman and a former, at onep an educated and a working man, who has studied deeply, thought much, treasured up all important facts, and eminently qualified himself for th" prac? tical common-place refutation of the modern falla? cies of the Carolina School. He...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 January 1842

HQ3 Wellington, the bigamist, has been sent to the Superior Court of Virginia for trial, at the Spring ten::. The coach rnanufaetorv of Mr. Van Ryncr, at Cnmden, N. J.. with an adjoining blacksmith's shop, were burned on the l~th. DCT There were about 1,000 people at the Tre mont Theatre on Saturday evening to hear Ilr. Lardncr's Lecture. KT*Pete, the slave wbo murdered Mrs. McMa hon and daughter in Mc.Minn County. Tennessee, was .hung on tij?* 30tb clt. CkJ5 The Brooklyn Eagle steals. [New Era. LCF The .New Lra lies. ^Brooklyn Eagle! Both right for once..' Shock I.vc SnrmL-A man named Willis Bos well, committed suicide in the jail of Columbus; N. C. on the 2d. He had requested the jaiior for ivater to shave himself, and after .-having and win? ing the razor carefully, he turned to several persons who were present, among them the jailor, savin*;, ?look here," and instantly drew the razor across his throat, nearlv revering at one cut his head from his KJ* The editor of the Woodstock-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 19 January 1842

Speech of Mr. Hudson of Mass. - [Concluded.] The gentleman from Sotuh Carolina has assumed that all protective duties were a tax upon the peo? ple, to be paid ?is a bounty on the manufacturer*. He has asserted, agam :md again, that price* will rise just in proportion to the increase of duty. This, Mr. Speaker, is far from bein? the fact. So far is this from being the truth, that the opposite is more freqbently true. There is, I admit, no ab? solute, fixed rule i:: this cue. What, is true of one article may not be true of another. What can be j (?liown to be the result of a duty at ote time, may not be produced to the = ame extent a' another. Mucis mustdepend upon the supply and demand. It will also be found trwe that a ?mall deficiency in the supplv will raise the price of the wheie commodity in" the market far above th* value of | the deficit. And, on the other hand, a surplus, though small, will reduce the price of the whole commodity far beyond the value of the surplus: ! A surpl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUN - -ribiished every mornin jr, at Ne. 30 Ann- j Vrw.V.rV and lelivcreil to GJty Subscribers ; .... o'yx CENT per copy; Mail Subscribers. $4 per aosirnin advance, and the paper in no ca*s continued j l^i-ond tie time ibr wbicb i sis j:2id. Subscription taken ibr !ri\ Mcr/.h-. Terms oj Jlfc^rtisir.z_For rech JinteriisrMatl i lines or less (ovei six), firs: Insertion.. #>Oct? do. for'e8ch subtec-uent insertiob.' 00. If SC? !i?'jrtioa5, or one-.ve'.'k-!?* '*J?l forTWENTY-FIVE insertions.^.. ?> GO Loiter Advertisements at equally faror.ble ruVis- J Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notice*, not exceed log Gvc linei 25 echt*; j?-.Vh ertiacments when ordered to to be continued an the inside after the first insertion will.be aubjectjio the ?.-..-nc charge as on their first ap^ca:.-;.co?payaoie la aii Cases in i-;ranee. Gr?- Tb- WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large papur fbi theCountrv,is published every Saturijy morn u?, i atihelow price of *tf per annum, it: advance. W 4 N ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 January 1842

James Suydatn, resides at the corner of Grand and Forsytb streets?keep* a variety store?never saw cithei of the parties?saw statements con corning the matter and thinks he might have ex? pressed an opinion concerning it. Indeed he thinks he does not stand indifferent. Set aside. Adjourned to 1 o'clock. - 4 o'clock At the opening of the court the Court said that three, of the jurors had very earnestly requested to see their families, and said that if the prisoner and his counsel were willing this would be allowed. The prisoner readily assented ; and an officer was assigned to each one and thev were strictly charged to allaw them to speak to their families only, and to no person on the subject of this suit, and to re? turn them into court as soon as possible. The clerk then proceeded to call the names of the panel: S. S. Barry was called. No answer. John Adams, is a cordial distiller; reside* at 01 ( lourtland st : doe3 n?t know Colt, but has seve? ral tin-fs expressed an opinion. Exc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 January 1842

By.Tliis MorniDg's Southern Mail. The Bankrupt Law in the Scnrtte. ?: Corn o:ice:.c* of The New York Tribune. Tuesday, -'an. 18, IS-12 [n the Senate, various petitions were present? ed,1 mostly on the subjectof the Bankrupt Law, and by eleven Senators against its repeal. Mr. Moreheas, in presenting a petition against the repeal of this law, expressed his desire to sup? port any measure which should set the cuptivc ffeci and tend to ameliorate the condition of the unfortunate throughout the land; but he was con? vinced, from letters and other communications with the people of Kentucky, as well as from the resolutions which hud passed the popular branch of the Legislature, that the people of that Slate were adverse to the law; and considering it his dutv, he should conform to their sentiments, and vote for the repeal of the law. Mr. Walker declaied hi- opposition to tke re? peal, and called up the resolution yesterday sub? mitted by him instructing the Committee on the Judiciary to. r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 20 January 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, THURSDAY, .JAN. 20. 1342. Kcjm-uI of the Cnnliruni Law. Final Vote in the House of Representatives. \- \ ? Me-srs. !."?:?), f II". Andrnrs, Arringtoj,. Atherton, Barton, Beeson, Bidiack. Birilseye, Bot?*, Bowne, Boyd, Aaron V. Brown. Charles Brown. Burke. Sampsoii H. Butler. William Butler. Wil? liam 0. Butler, Green W. Caldwell, Patrick C. Caldwell: John Campbell, I '?*. B. Campbell, Thos../ Campbell, Car?thers, Cary. Casey, Chapman. Clif? ford. Clinton, Coles, Coiccn. Cra :ens. Cross, Daniel. Oarrett Dacis. Richard D.Davis, Dean. Doan.Doig. Eastman. .lorm C. Edwards. Egbert! Ferris; John Gr. Floyd; Charles A. Plovd, Fbrnance, T. F. Foster. <;nmUrj;cn!rv.Gu.>v,'Y..ao:'L'i.-i, Patrick G. Groode, ?rordon, Gralimh, Green, Gustino, Harri?, John Hast iurs, Hay*" Holmes. Hopkins, Honck, Houston ,Hu bard, Hunter, Charles J. Ibgersoll, Jack, Cave John so?, J. W. Jones, Keim. Andrew Kenaccry. Lewis, Lowell, Abraham McClellan. Robert. McCleUan, McKav, MXLLOKr, Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 January 1842

THE N EW-YORK TRIBUNE Is published every mornin fr, at No. 30 Aoa strect, New-York, anddelivered to City Subscribers for ONE GENT par copy. Mail Subscribers, f4 per ftncuni in advance; and the p?perin no case; continued beyond the.time for which i ?s paid. Subscriptions tiken for Six Montis. Terns of Metrtinng,_Fur each Jldverlisevmit of TEN li:;<a or less (oversix), first Insertion.. ?Octs do. for each subsequent inserti i. il? " do. for SIX Insertions, or;onewuek_SI liii do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions_5 00 Long'-: Advertisements at equally farorv-ble rates Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceed? Ing iive lines. 'S> ce::t?. Or^Adyertiscrnonts when ordered to to be continued ] an the inside after the rim insertion will be subject to the same charge as on their first appearaace?payaule in all ca;f? fa a IV trice. Ory- The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very- large pa per for tue < ountry, is published every Saturday morn u~ at the low price of ?2 per annum, in advance. W A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 January 1842

Mr. Etile* hu.-> riot been in -ince; know of nu other: might nol remember it if any did leave. I . affaii was n subject of con/ersation between rrie and my scholars ; think I spoke of it to every ??no that came that evening ; do not remember tell iT>?j ittha: evening to any other one than those named; others might have been in the room, and I not re rrn it be'r it. QThVexamiriatibn upjn these points wa? very severe ; but nothing new was elicited, nor was t hoi any contradiction in the witnesses" testimony.] i had mv tea brought to my room ; pte-ume it was brought "that evening ; Mrs Ockland would have brought it. if anv one, as -hi: usually did ?o? think t .ii-! not leave mv room that evening earlier than . 5 can't 3*ay whether any but Mr. Deinocc was in the room; think he was alone My step at mv ordinary way of walking through the ha!l would" rrrobabJv'havc been heard in the rot ms ; ii there had been a great noise in the street ir. mighl not! ave be.-n ; 1 always hear them c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 January 1842

~ '?ir-r7T-?-?-??- ?- - By Tins Mornings Southern Mail. General JUpecta at Washington?the Tr?-n?*iiry Note Bi'l?tbr Rnnltrupt Bill?the Fi?crtl Agencr, A:c. From ojr Special Correspondent. WASHINGTON, Jan. lf>, 1?12. This has been a dies non in the House of Repre? sentatives to-day, and in the Senate very little thing was done of interest. The speech of .Mr. Evans on the Treasury Note Bill, assigning rea? son m for an important amendment made by the Committee of which he was Chairman, was as usual lucid and unanswerable. He proved clear!} to the understanding of every candid hearer that tiu-; balance of the Loan 13ill amounting to $0,500, ''00 m addition to the sum proposed in the Trea? sury Note Bill, will be immediately required for tii>- use of the Government. When Mr. ?. con? cluded, the Senateudjoarned. I tear the tacliou.-. disposition of the Opposition will protract the debate upon this question for sev? eral days; Indeed, it i? highly probable that two or three weeks wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 21 January 1842

THE TRIBUNE. IVrw-York l.fgialniare. TCKSDAY, JaO. Mr. Paige moved an inquiry of the Comptroller where the balance of $605,751 net earnings of the Cana! now is, and whether it is available. [Do?s nottbis blockhead know that by a law passed by a Regency Legislature every cent nf it is appro? priated to "the Works in progress as fast as it i, re? ceived ? Why should the State keep so large a sum *n band while she is borrowing largely at 6 per cent '] The Resolution was adapted. Mr. Fkaskun's anti-Repudiating resolutions were taken up, and advocated at length by the mover and Gen. Root. Mr. Paige has tltc Huor. In the Assembly, petitions of 800 citizens" of Albany and 500 of Columbia Co. in favor of abol? ishing the Punishment of Death ? several for State aid to the Erie Railroad; several for State Prison Reform ; several for an exemption of $200 worth id Household Furniture from seizure on Execu? tion ; and several for the extension of the Right af Suffrage to persons of color, were a...

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