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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE tf rt'ELTSHED VTXr *0 S..n7ng, v 160 jSasisurst.. (opposite tk$ Oity Hall,) Hex- Fork, delivered w Chy Subscribers for AW Cent* per week. Sfairle copies iW Cents Mail Subscribers, $5 per annum, in advance; and tbe paper In no case continued beyond tbe time for which it is paid. Subscriptions pken for Six Month*. terms 07 a overt! si.vo: TEN lines or less,(over six,) first insertiac.... 50 Cents, m u for each subsequent Insertion. 25 " - u for six insertions, or one week.$1 50 u ? u for tn^nty-five insertions. 500 u jjrmgex Adver tisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and t onerai Notioes, no; exceeding f re lines. 25 cents. Cr THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, is published every Saturday morning at the low price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. Hfttcvs from Europe.... Xo ?3E?. Foreign Correspondence of The New-Yerk Tribune. Gi!?oa....Its Streets?History_People....Mode Mode of Life, itc Genoa, Ocl 20. I rive bee...

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

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or MJtTOCST. rr General Committw of Democratic Whig Yonng Jlra, for 1S43.?A Regul?r meet? ing ot mu Committee, will be brio, at Uie Broaaway House on Friday Evening, the 3d of February, at 7* o'clock. By order. ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Ch'n. CHxat.es K. TATt-oa, > James B.Swaut, 5 Secretaries. f2 TT la oar yesterday's notice ot Rhode Island nomina? tions we ?pjke of Mr. Cahooice as a Van Bnren man, in? stead of another candidate on the Law and Order ticket. JnJunuL~Mi. Smith's vote on 4th tiallot 73, misprinted 73. TT We are indebted to Hon. Messrs. Edward Stajily 8. McRcberts, J. R. Ukdekwood, T. C. Chittendeh) CitaisrorHEK. Morgan and Trumas Smith, for valuable' public documents:_ D" For No. 3 of Letten from Europe, a plan of Af Uiria Reform; proposal for a new Circulating Medium: Early Religion? History; the story sf a Wild Woman, Mutiny on s British Vessel, he ate see First Page. D" For an account of the late Eru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 February 1843

MONEY MARKET. (Bales at tbe Stock Exchange, Feb. 1. tots* State 6s, ia54.... 100 j$5.0oo IMn?ttSs, 1?D.... 19J &nr* N Y.S'/5*s, 1861,. 93} 100 *hares Fulton B*nk..l04 f SS 0W9 Sixes,'1360.. 6?j 25 Del. ? Had..,,..8? I SS do.63 i 28 Ob? Life aaa -Trust. SO ZVnm do.67 I 50 Jackson Marine Ins.. 5? gS Kcmocky Five,... 69 , 75 Paterson....b 60 ds.. 4ji iTn?O do.6t^j 2o do.44 fineoKentucky Sixes .. S45jl00 Harlem.b60Us.. J6i L'JJa, do.84* 40 Slonington.J7 jpj&t Illinois 6s, 1870 ... 19*1 sccoxd Bosao. <wPaterson.4< i $1.000 Ohio Sixes.SV, ? Loosli^odRCd.... 43* | $2,600 Sure 5s, 1861-SSj Commercial and Money HI atter*. Wedkesdav F. M. There was a smaller amount of business done than for ? V){Bt days past at tbe Stock Board, and a reaction took place in some stocks. State 5$s fell off 1 -, Ohio Sixes 3 per cent, bat recovered j per cent at the 2d Board; Kentucky firesi; Illinois 1 ; Kentucky Sixes went up 4 percent; Delaware improved Jj from the last sale ; Ohio Lite and Trus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 2 February 1843

8. #air of Hpttap&s. ET HARXT HUN CO. O? TMS rZJLK eighteen hundred ard fort*. The first of tho Forties lies here? The poor old miserable year, Done te deatb in the cold ar.d tbe dark, Like a shattered and storm-beaten bark.? The frost and a gloomy black cloud Gave old Forty a snowy-white shroud, [meet, And the lights of the North, fot a dead monarch Were tbe candies that gloriously burned at his feet. And the piercing Nor' west as it rustled his shroud, Sang his requiem loud. Ah, me, poor oid year, they've already begun With music and dancing, cajoling and fun; With mirth and good cheer, To bring in the New Year? Thy heir and thy son? The young Forty-one. But eld Forty shall always be famous For upactting Matty and Amos ; He shall never be rowed over Lethe nor Styx, Butshnlllivc in men's hearts with old Seventy-six. ( n the year eighteen h5ndri1d anw 1'orty-two. Underneath this mound of snow, Deeply buried lies below Eighteen Forty's second son, By tbe nide of Forty-one. Many a...

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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE i* rcvLtsBKO Evrnr sroaxntc, 11 L60 JStuutwfi-, (oppositt the City Hall,) New-Tork, xft Wtivered to City Sukscriber* for JViie G'mt? per week. HnSe cop>? 7tw? Cewt? Mail Subscribers, $5 per arjiaio, in advance; and ibe paper in no cave continued beyond lUr time for which h it paid. Subscriptions Bke> ibr Six Months. teems or advertising: elfV lines or less, (over si*,) find insertion.... 80 Cents. ir ? for each robsequent insertion. 25 44 ? - tor rix insertions, or one week.$1 50 ? " ? u for twenty-five insertions. 5 00 " I Msueer Advertiseruer.ts at equally favarabie rates. ; ^arri?iT?. Reflgiota and Funeral Notices, not exceeding <? lines. 25 cents. ? rj THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, JTifce Cooatry. is published every Saturday morning, at : j? low price of $2 per annum, in advance. ^THE TRIBUNE. ssat=^? ftebtetos. Tm' L'tiTED States Magazine awd DEMocaaTic Re "view. February, 1343. J. L H. G. Langiey, 57 Cnat bsaxtfeeL The Democratic Review ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 February 1843

T HE T^RJ[BU1VE:_ FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 3, 1343. VOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Of sejttcck7. TTCrrnernl Committee of Democratic Whig Yonrsg Men, for 1843.?a Regular meet? ing ol Uli* Coiamitu-e, w,|l be hei-.i ui l?e Brom way House on Fiidav Evening, tbr 3d of Febrcarv, su 74 '.'clock. By order. ADDISON DOUGHERTY:, Cb'n. Crael-es K. Taylor, ) James B. Swaij?, 5 creUries. f2 3"T For a Notice of ibe Democratic, with a Review of its argument against /nfernatioruif Copyright, with a reviewof Brovnson on Social Science, and Notices of the Breton Mis? cellany, Eclectic, Black wood, Dublin University Magazine, he, see First Poge. For Euthanasia, an original Poem, see Last Page. TT AU persons laving books belonging to tbe Editor of TbeTrilnne rtfeearnestly requested to return them to him at once. The absence ol several which he needs comix-l* him to mike this request. Whoever has a copy of the U. S. Census for JE4U in folio U especially requested to return it forthwith._^ _ ILjT Wo shall pu...

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

cate fir*t stating that the Government considered this case as a very important one, and that he ex? pected tbe assistance of an able and experienced gentleman, who bad not yet arrived, in the per? formance of his duties. After remaining ia secret session nearly an hour, the Court was re-opened?the paper read by the Judge Advocate having been ordered to be placed on the record?and adjourned till 10 o'clock this morning. ?_ BY THIS M0RNING;3 MAIL. 53" The letter of our Philadelphia correspond? ent is unavoidably crowded out this morning. Tbe Traitor ia Tndinaa?Jtr. Hannegan? Rtny Lnwin Kentucky?A J8osrie>K.nife ?irret Fight in JLouisTilie-Destrnctive Fire in Alton, SSI. Correspondence of Tbe Tribune. Baltimore, Thursday, Feb. 2, 9? o'clock, A. M. I see a rumor noticed in seme of the Eastern papers, that Kelso, the traitor whose vote defeat? ed the Whigs in the choice of United States Sen? ator in Indiana, had, after consummating his trea? son, fled from Indianapolis. This is a mis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 3 February 1843

For The Tribune. gatftanasia. BV ACGC3TU3 ?MOOCAASS. "Voices are in the sky. And in the firm-fixed earth beneath ; They speak from mountain-tops, and fly 0*er Ocean's waves, and with a breath, Wailing, yet clear, say?Wc are thine, 0 Death! The floweret ?peaketb it; The forest sigbeth it; the stream Doth warble it in measures sweet; The rushing river takes the theme, And winds and tempegts shout it with a scream .' It beateih in man's heart! And like a captive from his chain, We clasp our trembling hands and elart; We murmur ar.d repine in vain, The worda are writ in 5re upon the brain ! Upon the heart of Crime, They fall like mountains downward hurled, Till round the rollin? wheels of Time, Like Heavcrr-polluting Ixion whirled, A thousand d-jatbs it dicth in the world ! Ho who hath known no God, Save Chaos and confusing Chance, Bends, slave-like, 'neath the master's rod ; And as the last dark shades advance, Creeps in tire dnst?nor rears a aky-ward glance! Unlo the Heart of Good It ...

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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE Ii P?BUSHKD KVTOY MORXWO, At 160 PaaoM-tt., (oppeaitt Ike Oity BUZJ Rest-York, And delivered Cijy Su-tarribers for AW Cmtj per week. Siasie copies Cent?. Hail Subscribers, $5 pel snnu?. in advance; and die paper in no cav? ceoUnned beyond the time far which it is paid. Uabseriptiozu] uken for Six Months. tekks Or ADTCKTTSIJie: TEN lines or lets, (over six,) first insertion.... 60 Cents. m ** foe eacht snbseqaent Insertion. 25 " * 44 for rix insertions, or one week...'..$1 50 " u *> for twenty-five insertions. 5 00 " Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notioes, not exceeding jre lines, 25 cents. rr THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large psrper, for tbe Coantry, is published every Saturday morning, at (jjf low price of $2 per annum, in advance. S=^THE TRIB?NeT OUR COMMON SCHOOLS. Report of William L. Stone, Deputy Super? intendent of Schools for the Oily of JSew Yorkylo Hon. Samuel Young, Secreta? ry of S'.a'.e. New-York...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 February 1843

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or jtEimjcKT. tET Democratic WbiszGeMerRl Committee. ?A Meeting of this Commiure will be held on I nesday evening, Feoruary 7, nt tbe B'widwjsy House, at 7 o'clock. PHILIP HONE, Chairman pro tern. Jose? P. Pjrsso*, I Secretaries pro tern. .,?. KDwitp E. Cqwles. * 4f3t ?* The Weekly Tribune of this Hay con tains tbe en lire Speetb of Hon. Willis Hall on Gov. Bonck's Mes? sage ; th; first of a s-ries of Letters from the Foreign Cor? respondent of Tbe Tribune; Washington Correspondence for the week; Letters from Alabama, Baltimore, Detroit, Indianapolis, Philadelphia,fcc; Money Matters and 3Iir ketsfortbe week, a List of all rj-xxl Banks in the United 8tate*,wStb their rates ci discount in New York; Poetry' Miscellaneous Readings; Foreign and Domestic News; .Editorials on a variety of sa yects, !*c. kr. Copies in wrap, pers for mailing for sale at M?? desk. Price 61 cents. TT Advertisers willb*ar in ramd that adverti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 4 February 1843

MONEY MARKET. Sale* at the Stock Exchange, Feb. 3. J2,frt) City 7s 1847.102 lino shares Phenix Bk_73 500City F.ve?. 1370,... >-7 | 50 Fulton Bank.lb} '2*X> State 5s 1850. 82$i 3.5 Merchant* Exc Bk.. &0 f4<*j0 Kentucky Sixes .. 86 32 Am Exchange Bk... 65 4/00 do. 8-H 20 Bk of Com. full.3> j]*00 Ky 5?."1 I 25 National Bai.k.89 irjOO clo...snort loan 27 j 10 Farmers'Trust Co... 13 3 000 do.8?. j 20 Canton Co. 16 ?/40 Illinois 6s. 187".... 19} IS Mohawk .2? 12 00" Ohio sixes, 1860 ... 67 15" Hat Km. \< fl/OO do.6611100 rio.b&nda Je-i +,0"0 do.?fcf 10 Auburn k ll^ch.?j0' S.500 do.?4 j 75 Peterson.44 rj.o?fi do.66*'100 Long island Rr*d.... 43, i.OOO Indiana Bnd?.21 : 25 Stonington. 17 500 Ohio Sixes, 1850 .. 6?J 50 do.b 30 ds 17j SKCOJfD BOARD. ?,?>.?*) K>'5s 1 yrbond*.. 72 ;$3,0?0 ?tate 6?, 1362.... 100 5,000 do.74 I Commercial and Money ."Tlnttcm. Friday, P. M. The amount of sales at 'he Brokei *s Board was quite fair to-day. State Stocks sold to the extent ...

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

OUR COMMON SCHOOLS. {Concluded from First Poet] irr, were deemed the most republican, best agree ;Dg with the genius of our Institutions, and besi calculated to foster a proper spirit and feeling o; independence among the middling and lower clas? hes. ' Accordingly a petition was set or, foot among the citizen, asking for a tax to the amount of toll a mill on a dollar of assessed City property. Thu plan was (orm&Uy adopted by the Common Coun? cil, which memorialized for the tax in n reduced form of one-eightieth of one per cent. This me rnorial was accepted by the Legislature, and an Act passed in conformity thereto. The a;d de? rived from this source enabled the Society to en? large their operations, and to go on reiring School houses, though it did not permit them to do all which they eaw to be necessary. While thus laboring with a commendable public spirit, the Society beard with deep regret of a pe? tition from l?c Roman Catholic Benevolent Socie? ty conducting the Orphan As...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 February 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is published EVr*t morninc, At 160 Fassm-st., (oppotitt tkt City Hall,) JVrsp- Fere, And delivered ta City Subscribers for iVi*< Cent* per week. Single copies Ttr* Cent* 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 Sis Months. terms Or advertising : TEN lines or less,(over six,) first insertlan.... 60 Cents. >' u for each subsequent insertion...... 25 " ? ? for tie insertions, or one week.$1 U) u ? " for tzcenty-fiz* iasertions. 5 00 " Longer Aiw?sesaentS at equally favorable rates. Mnmapes, Religious and Funeral NoUoes, not exceeding fire line*. 23 cents. try THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a yen- large p*p*r, for tbe Country, ? published every Saturday morning, at Ibe low price of f}2 per annum, in advance. "~THe_tIt i B UN_e7^ (Qf A N?w Mat or the United States, six feet by seven,, projected on a-'scale of 24 miles to the inch, and showing accurately the boundaries of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 February 1843

THE TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, ot KEfTCCKT. t-r n.n^rr.nr Whig dear ral Committee. li2S5tfSLea??!?* fill ^ beld on iuesday -A Meet.og ? 10'? Broadway Hoo*e, at 7 o'clock. ??ninK,7eoraary7.HiL|p y^g^ Cbairmaii pro tern. i?r.pfcS>, j pro lttr- ?r* XT" The Jai?oa*V Ncmecr of tbe .Southern Literary MciSXltCEl came to hand ; estcrday. Agents can be sup? plied at the Tnbnnc office thU morning. Strang-rs and other* wishing tingle copies, may obtain them as above. XT We are indebted to Hon. Messrs. M. FlLLMORK, J.R. OlDOtfCS,R. W. Thompson, and M. Brown, for valuable Poblk Document*. _ 17 We are again indebted to tbe Eipress of Messrs. Alv ams t Co. for papers in advance of tbe mad. TT Wanted to purchase, Atleinso*'* Political R<-orw ny. Whoever has a copy to sell, may obtain a good price fo: it at this cflice. _ XT" One nf thed&$m\is*etl" (Irom the Custom-House) is informed that (be operations here are nictated from Wash? ington. If the Collect...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 February 1843

MONEY MARKET. Halm at the Stock Exchange, Feb. '1 S3 rr<i Illinois 6?, 1370_ 19j!*/J,000 Kj snort loan.33* *Ta,,a do. I9f 1 000 do.83} iixv? do.19J 2 VW Ohio Sixes 1*56 .. 6oj noow Ohio ?ix?. IKiObGO 6bj 12,000 do.????? 06, ?>0C0 do.s20ds65? Jnon do.? aids 65*1 15 Utica & Sch.-op'jf... 114 j 65 shares Bk of Araer... 82J 5 Stale Bank.75 50 N R Ins Go.110 12 Cantos Co. l?i 10 do. 16$ tjjfiO do.sxuosfto*! io uuea & scn..o;j-^...m* f,^ do.b60ds66}| 50 Harlem.... 23 ?! April 16j jfWX? do.b6Ods66|20 do. Id, j'tfiO do.tiSjll 50 N Jersey RrVI.bo ],000 Keniocky Sixes .. Rb I 50 do.65} 2,000 do.37 I secomd board. alfOOKy Si.77 j l.eoo State 5s, 1350.?n jJoOO do.76< 10 Auburn t Rych.80* j?,fr.?o do .. ? slwrt loan OOj I Commercial and Jloncr ZTIattero. Saturday P. M. There was a fair amount of business done at the Boird lo^lay. and generally the mat k*t w35 firm. Harlem and CantOfl Improved slightly. New-Jersey fell rifT2 per cent. Illinois Sue* improved }; Kentucky Sixes 2. s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 6 February 1843

Xot on a ^rapctirss JScD Not on a prayerless bed. not on ? Pra? Compose thy weary iimV>* to re?t; I per they alone arc blest With balmy sleep Wboia angels keep. Not, though by care oppres-eO. Or thought of anxious s?"ow. Or thought' in many coil perplexed For comiog morrow Lay not thy b?3fj 0? prayerless bed . TTor who can say, when sleep thine eyes shall That earthly cares end woes [close, To thee may e'er r?turn? Rouse up. my soul, Slumber control, And let thy la tups burn brightly ; So shali thine eyr.3 discern Tblnga pure and iighuy: Ta-ight by the spirit-beam Never on a prayerless bed To lay thine unblest heed. Bethink thee, slumbering soul, or all that's To faith in holy prayer ! [promised Lives there within the breast A worm that gives unrest? Ask peace from Heaven? Peace will be given : Humble self-love and pride Before the Crueitied, Who for thy sin3 has died : Nor lay thy weary head Upon a prayerle&? bed ! Hast thou no pining want, nor wish, nor care That calls for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 February 1843

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE is rr*LitmED avrar morhing. At 160 PattMUrtU, (apposite tke Oily Hall,) Ttems- i'rrk, goi delivered to Cliy ?ob?rir>crs for Hi*c Cents per week. Sieg!?* copies Two Cents Mail Subscribers, $3 per annum. In advance; and the paper in no caw continued beyond the time for which it is paid. Sobscriptioas taken Tor Six Months. terms or xovransine: TBN lines or le?,(over six,) first insertion.... 50 Cents. m M for eacbsubsequeat insertion. 25 " " " for nr insertion;, or one week.$1 60 '* ? " for twenty-five insertions. 5 0C " jjpoger Advertisements at equally favorable rates. Mimage*, Religions and Funeral Notices, not exceeding five Hoes, 25 cents. !E7 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Conntry, is published every Saturday morning, at the low price of $1 per annnm, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. pr??pe?t" at Washington?The Excbrqnrr -Got. Doty?Retrenchment, &c. From our Special Correspondent. Washington, Feb. 2, 1343. There are now but twenty-six working ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 February 1843

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OT EfBTDCKT. ! Joseph P. Piassow. i Secretaries pro term 4r~t ' Unman g.CowLE*.* ?31 The January Ncmble of the Souther* Literart MjcaMCMA* came to band j esterday. Agents can be sup? plied at tlie Tnbane office this morning. Strangers and o?teri wishing single copies, may obtain them as above. XT Wanted to purchase. Atkinson's Political Economy. Whoever has a copy to sell, may obtain a good price for it at this cmce. TT D'Aubigse s History or the RuroRM ition ~ Copies o) the new edition ?( this celebrated woik will be ready to deliver to AgenU, Newsmen, Booksellers, kc this morning at 10 o'clock, at die office of the Tribune. Price one do.lor far the three volumes, retail. Di*ount to Agents try We are nndcr renewed obOgationa to Hon. Messrs. A L. Linn, A. L. Foster, C W. Thompson and j. 1* White for valuable Congressional Documents. V CT" VYe are ranch indebted to Hon. Ckales P. Daly , Member of Assembly, for Legis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 February 1843

MONEY MARKET. ?ale*, at tbe Stock Exchange, Feb. 6. ft' roc Sure Sixes, 1861.. 100 !$3.000 Ohio Sixes.66} i,ou do 13d2..lOOij 1.000 Indiana Bnds.21J '*?3iaie7?\ ISO.104*105 ?barrsPhenix Bk.... 73 500 Stale 7s, 2,000 Kentucky Jsixe* .. 87* 1.000 do.|I* 3.0C0 do.?J 1,000 do.o7< 5,000 do in one bond Bo ojtX Ky 5?.7* j>0 City Free*, 1858 ... 87 l.woOlno Sixes, 1360.. 66 1,500 do.6Ci 13 Ohio Life and Trust. 50 50 do.49J 1(0 Franklin Bk, Cincio. 50 50 Sioniogton.17} 50 Hartem.b 90d?.. 50 do.beOdslfl 50 do. 16? 5 Uuca k.Sch..op'g...ll4} 5 Canton Co. 16$ SKCOKD BOARS. 10 L Island Railroad.... 48};tl,000 Ohio Sixes, i860.. 66} *5 000 Ohio Sixes, I860... 6f| 1,000 N. Y. St. 6s, 1862 .. 100} j?0 do.66i| 1,000 Kentncky Fives... 76 5|f*0 do.b 4 mos 67 jJjS.COO Kentucky 6s s60ds 87 5(0W do.sSOldsboi' Commercial and money Matter*. MoitDAS-, P M. There was * f*'r srnount of business at tbe Beard io-day, without material change In rates. State Sixes improved }; Kentucky Sixes }; Fives fell off...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 February 1843

The EleTalien of Mechanics. Ctjc f&esns an? 5En?s. A* Ado*?? before a State Cohtestios at Augusta or tms Mechanics or MaI!?K. By JOHN S. SAY WARD, (Printer,) of Bangor. The great majority of mankind is composed of the laboring classes. " But the fashion of ages has made labor repugnant and permitted the few to prove successful over the many. It is the business *f oar busy age to correct these defects of the drow? sy past. We call our age a busy one in compari? son with those that have preceded it. While the feudal age would be building a chieftain's castie, our age would people a State, tunn*?l mountains, and bind remotest points with iron bands, and send the great lakes gurgling at our pleasure in an artificial river. The same active spirit is also visible in th?: intellectual pow er and moral enter? prises of our age. They span across the globe and dive to the remotest regions of society, and produce a* great changes in the social aflairs of men, as business enterprise does in...

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