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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE J ? nubJishcd every morning, at No. 30 Ann 1 irtreet; New-York, anddelivered to Cltj -ubacribcrs ? {of,OSE CENT per copy. Mail Subscribers, S-l per annixm in ?rivriRce, und trie paper in ao ctse continued bevond the time for vh ich i ii-paid. Subscription? taken tot Six Months. Ttrnt oj Advtrlisins._for each Jldieriuextenl of TVN lines or less (over six), first insertion.. ?SOcts lo. for ?-.ich R^.bsoq:j&r.t insertion._ 5?3 do. lor KIA" insertions, or one week-)?1 ?50 do for TWENTY-FIVE inxertloni- 5 OO Longer Advertisements at equally farorv-ble rat** Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceed? ing five lines, 25 cent*. {^^Advertisements when ordered to to be continued on tiioicsidp afteT the first insertion will be subject to the same charge as on their first appearance- payable In all cases in advance. tjQ- The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large pa per for the Country, is published every Saturday morn eg, 8t the low pric?-of H'J per annum, in advance....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 January 1842

I was not present when the body was taken out of j the box at the dead-house : they had just begun to take it out when I left I did not remain below stairs us long as Mr. Millikcn did. The box was taken out of he forward hatch to the after hatch on the starboard side?or to the centre hatch-way? I can't say which?for the purpose of jetting light The hatch-way in the second deck was immediately under the one in the upper deck. The centre hatch Why in the second deck I think was closed. I think onlv one whs open, though I ana not sure. The box was some G feet from under the hatch? way not directly under it. I think I could not see the box from the main deck, unless by stooping : as only half the hatchway wai open, as I believe. I r^at on the box while driving it to the dead house ; there was a cloth over it; there was chlor? ide of lime ?n the box when we put it on the cart; ?11 around it. on the sides and ends. Mr. Milliken helped me open the box. The carpenter used his adze also. By ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 January 1842

37aThis MorBings Soulhern Mail. Correspondence of The Triliur. Washington, Jan -JOtb, ls l^ In the Senate, to-day, a communication was re? ceived from the President encasing a C0P7 ?f ;he protest of the othcers and crew of the Creole. Fourteen Senators presented petthona in great numbers againxt the repeal of the Bankrupt Law. A few were presented for the repeal or suggesting amendment*. Mr Bavard expressed himseif favorable to in? cluding Corporations within the provisions of the law. Mr. Preston jaid he had reconciled himself to the paHsa?? <*f ihe law at the Extra Sessi in, hoping that the essential alteration would be made in it ? He conceded that there were strong reasons how against its repeal, by which the fond hopes of many would be blusted, but on a point of principle he. felt bound to vote for the Repeal. The Treasury Note Bill was then taken up and debated at some length, and with interest, chiefly in reference to the amendment reported by the Committee to strike out t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 22 January 1842

THE TRIBUNE. NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22. New-York JLegUlatttre. Wbsneidat, January 19. In the Senate, Mr. Paige made his Speoch on Finance and against farther Internal Improvement, ihe question being on the anti-Repudiation resol u tions. Mr. DeNNISTOS followed on the same side. After be had spoken a short time, the Senat?, on ?motion of Mr. Foster, wont into Executive Ses? sion. In the Assembly, after several petitions fur aid to the Erie Railroad, &c. &c. had been presented, one for relief to the Tbompsonian Physicians was offered by Mr. Seymour, who aske 1 a Select Com- j xnitteeupon it. Messrs. Taylor, Powell, Hoff, j mas, opposed this. Mr. H. spoke very contempt uously of the Thomsonians. Messr*- Humphrey j and Seymour replied, and the Select Committee j ?was ordered : Ayes 81 ; Noes 27. An attempt was made to restrict the printing of; the Report and Evidence of the Committee ap pointed by the last Legisleture te investigate the j management of]the New-York aod Erie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 January 1842

THE "NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I* published every mo rn in g, n* No. 30 Ann rtrtfct. New-York; and delivered to'.Citj subscriber? for ONE < T.ST per copy. Mail Subscriber*, M per annum in advance; an 1 the paper in no case continue.! beyond tn>- tune ibr waicb i 'is paid- Sabscriptioos taken ibi Six Mouth:. T't-fr.s ttf Jdvtrtirine_Fur terh Advertisement of * EN Uses cr less (over six), first Insertion.. 30c t? do. for each subsequent insertion. do for SIX Insertions, or one week?$ I 50 do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions.... 5 00 Longer Advertisements at equally favorable rat?. Marriages; Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceed? ing five Ime? tifi cent*. (ft?-Advertisements when ordered to to be continued an tne inside after the first insertion will be subjectto the same charge as on their first appearance?payable in ail cases in advance. rpj- The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large pa per for the Country; is reibliihfrd every Saturday mom ng, at the low price of ,stti per onnnm, in advance. Ko...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 January 1842

T H E~l' RIB U N E. MEW-YORK, MONDAY. JANUARY 23. JTT Oar frii i: t Who have written doubling er question? ing r,nr ??Ho-iuer.t concerning the umformte of the. Vic' President of the solvent Sleeting are assured that ??? spoke from information; but we should not be justified in publishing the name as required. 'C'" For a toll Report of Saturday's testimony on Colt's Trial, see First Page. 2 For Literary Notices, Erie Railroad Investiga? tion, Protection in Ne-jf-Jersey, tec. be. see Last Page. LATE FROM EUROPE, \ Hpecin! Envoy from ?real Britain?Ar? rival of Hi ox? improvement in ihe "ftoney MnrUri_Cotlou firm-?Great Victory of the Circassians over the Rumiaiu* Francr, rs"paiu, Algier*, &:c. &c. The steamship" Britannia, Capt. Hewitt, ar? rived at Boston hi ."> o'clock P. M. of Saturday, in eight'?n days from Liverpool, whence she started on the 4tli ln.-t. By this arrival, we have advices from all parts of Europe, inclu iiic London dntn3 to the 3d inst., and Liverpool to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 January 1842

General Poing* at Albany?.V War Speech ?Time ia Money?Office Seeberx?BanU Cemzma?iouerM, und no Ha "Sins for D?bt. CorrcsponnVnce ef the Tribune. AlbaXT, Jan. 1", L*-12. This day was solemnly set apait for Mr. Davc y.ac'* speech in glorification of the Old Hero," and himself, a* participant, in the dangers and brvint of war at New Orleans; and that gentleman has given the House the rise and fail of the Buonu partean dynasty : the origin, cause and progress of the Last War, and a detailed account of the battle which closed it. You will hardly understand what this has to do with the Legislation of this State and the interest, of the People: it serves, however, to illustrate the difference between the prac'ice and tie- professions ofthe maj trity. They began the session with cries of economy long and loud ; and you may have observed that such pre? tension* generally result in extravagance and prof? ligacy. Well, the House gave the People $200 in debate on the matter of saving $15 in am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 24 January 1842

THE TRIBUNE. 03" Thk Works of Francis Bacon, Lord Chancellor of England: A New Edition, with a Life of the Author, by B*sil Montagu, Esq. to be completed in forty Weekly Number*, at 25 cent* each"?No*. X. XI XII. have been issued by Israel Post, 83 Bower}-. (LT* "The Works of Walter Scott." Mis? cellaneous, Prose and Poetic*!?Revised Edition? to be completed in 25 Numbers for $5." Nos. IL and III. containing the conclusion ot too ' Min? strelsy of the Scottish Border,' ' Sir Tristram, ' Lay of the Last Minstrel,* and ' Marmion.' have been issued by Israel Post, 83 Bowery-: Also, " Thikrs's French Revolution," Nos. 33, 3-1: Also, -Thk Lady's World of Fashion," No. II. for Februar}" ? pvMuheti Monthly at $2 per annum, and containing two large Fashion Plates, eleven prose and eight poetical articles, by Mrs. L. J. Pierson, L. F. Tasistro nsd others. Legislator*, of New-Jersey.?In the As? sembly, on Wednesday, Mr; Wilson offered the followin? joint preamble and resolution: Resolved, by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 25 January 1842

THE tfEW-YOM TRIBUNE In -^u Mi shed ever-; morning, at No. 30 Ann rtr*et New-York. mid'd*liv?red to Citj SubscHbcfJ for ONE CENT per copy. Moil Subscribers, W per annum in advance, and tn? paper in no cat* conti-. t? beyond tht time for which: i ti? paid. Sascription* taken foi Six Months. yVrwi of Advertising._For tech Advert is'iter.i ?J T-.N l*-."-< or less (over six)', rim insertion.. ?H?ct* do. for each subsequent insertion. - <to- tor SIX irsertio-ns, or on^ week-S S 50 forTVV"ENT>'-FIVE insertions? 5 Longer. Advertisements at equally favorable rates Marriages, Religious and Funeral Notice*, not excee - lug ?yc Urica ?*? cent?. (^Advertisements when ordered to to be conunn? d ?n th? inside after the first insertion will be snbject to the same charge a* on their first appearance^?pay?btc In all c.ises in advance. {ft- The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very largtrpapsr for th? Country, is puMjihtd every Saturday morn h?, at the low price of 5f'2 per annum, in advance. W A SS T - ? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 25 January 1842

or three months ninee. Mr. Bail the door-keeper with me-. David Ball called. I am a door-keeper at the Tomb*. Before the coal was brought in, I took what 1 RriVl to make a fire. I got a hoard from the ctrli. split it up, and was about to make a lire of.it; bin it smelt so had that 1 threw parts of it into the street. Of the rest I made a Jir?-. The cell was open; I think I took only one piece; there were black murks on it, bu* as i wanted something to kindle a fire I did ?.ot exam? ine them, i should think it was two feet and a half long. joseph W. Harris.is called ?I am a printer at tb? corner of Chatham and Pearl-atreee: I knew Samuel Adams: have had busine?- with Pirn : I saw him on tie- J6rh September: I met mm in Chatham-street, opposite Roosevelt Mr. Whiting.?Did you know where be was going'! . j Mr. Sr:i,i>F.s._We are coming to a species, ot . Testimony looser then is ever admitted. The Court;?What da you wish to prove ? | Mr. SELBEN.?Tie- Court will perceive that, 1 the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 25 January 1842

By Tins MorHing's Southern Mail. From our Special Correspond* it. Washington, J 1842. Tho tide of popular sentiment is pouring into the Svnate with a resistless current, and the Repealers are trembling; for the fate of their factious move? ment against the Bankrupt Bill. Benton and his us-ociates. fearful of the result of a final vote upon th.- subject before the middle of the next week, re? luctantly yielded their assent to tho eecond raiding and reference of the Bill this morning. With ail their Senators present, the vote will stand 25 to 25 ; and this measure ef ruthless persecution will be put at rest I trust forever. An attempt will be made on Monday, when it is expected the Committee on the Judiciary will re? port against if, to stave oft' the vole on its final passage by a protracted discussion of the merits of the Bankrupt Bill. It is well known to Mr. Cal houn and Mr. Benton. that one of ihe gen-i-meii who is instructed to vote against the repeal; will ne? cessarily be abse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 25 January 1842

THE TRIB?NE. jpcntiiTlrnnin-?Maie A ppoininienU. - - - Radical* nnd 2*?rter men.. . Protection nuccndant. . Internal Im provement... Mnt.' I>tbt .Constitutional Limit... 5. i????*?<:???.. ..V'?" . &c. Correspondence of Tbe Tribune Hap.msbcrc, .Saturday, Jan. 22. Ie42. Thi? morning the following official proclamation was made of APPOINTMENTS BY THE GOVERNOR. ? , As SOS V. ParsoSS, of Lycoming, Secretary of the Commonwealth, rice Francis K. Shcnk, re sivned. n ?? EDWi.N VV. H utter, of Harriiburg | Secretary, rice Hknrv Pltrikin, resigned. Tie- appointment of Judge Parsons leaves a va? cancy in the Judicial District composed of me Counties of SchuyU-iJl, Dauphin and Lebanon, *u<\ ?i .. , of CaLVIS Bl.YTHi. was this morning toe name wi sent to the Senate for their concurrent. Judge Blythe formerly presided over this District, but re signed in favor of Judge Porter, at a time when ,i'r Governer wished to screen the rioters indicted !ljr participation i i the ' Buckshot War....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 26 January 1842

THE STEW-YORK TRIi-UNE ja published every morning, at No. 3n Ann rtrcct, Ncw-York, and d> liv. : e '. to i'p.v -^bscribers for ONE TENT per roj.y. Mail Sib.-.c'i. scrs, ft per annum in advance, and the paper in t?o ras- continued bey otid the time for which i 'ir t*aiJ. Subsxjriptiw)S taker, for Six Month.'. Terms ' Mvertirin?_P'er each Jdvertitenent cf TEN lines or less over -i\ , first insertion.. 50cts do- for each subsequent insertion. 515 do. for >IX insertions, or one wo*-k-t?I 50 do. for T WENTY-FIVE insertion*- 5 OO Longa Advertisements at equally larorable rates Marriages, Religious and Funeral Nonces, not exceed? ing fjve niies ti"> cent". {gy- Advertisements when ordered to to be continued en Ah? inside after the first Insertion will be subject to the same charge as on their first appearance?payable rn all cases i:j advance. (cj- The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very Iargti pa per for tho Country, is published every Saturday morn ng, low price of S'-J per annum, in advance....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 26 January 1842

Ith..'.' made between the sizes of tue.-*; ?.i?ed, nur ar<* ' any larger. The pistols are always with five j < charge.*, never with six. No pistol was ever made to carry halls larger then these, except our sample ? pistel, now destroyed; ' I The force of the hall is always in proportion to j I the weight of the ball and the powder used. The j ! force of the powder in any case begins ib diminish the moment ali the p?wder is ignited. Balls five- . j eighths of an inch in diameter ar<- the largest used; J * they ure used in government muskets : halt men balls nr.- us**d in government rifles. The smallest . pistol (?all is one-fourth of an inch in diameter [ A variety of experiments were here perform ed j to show that the percussion-cap had no power to j throw a ball with any considerable effect.] A , ' few -rain- of powder'will cause a report just in . f proportion to the power produced. W hue pine is j ? the softest wood: I By the Court?It is not possible that a ball fired j ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 26 January 1842

By This Momngs Southern Mail: Jlr. Clay on the Veto? 7lr. Prt-lon in Re? ply?71 r. Adam? in the Hone*? Di?*o lution of the L'niou. Washington Correspondence of the New-York Tribune. Monday, January 24. In Senate to-day, many petitions were present? ed by various Senators against the repeal of the Bankrupt Law : in the presentation of which, and private petitions aad reports of private bills, the morning, hour was consumed. The resolutions offered some time since by Mr. OJay, and made the special order tw-day. proposing so to amend the Constitution as to provide that no Senator or Representative during tbe term for whiuh he was elected, shall accept civil office un? der the United States; empowering a majority of both Houses to pass bill" into laws after the Veto of the President; making it the duty of the Presi? dent if received by him within ten days of the close of a session, and not'hen returned, to return them withintbe first three days the next session, other? wise to become a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 26 January 1842

THE TRIBUNE. Correspondence, of The New York Tribune. JLetter* from England ."Vo. V. London, 34 January. !- !?. I have let two steamers liave without -ending you a ietter. for the simple reason that I had nothing of interest to write about except the suffering con? dition of the Country, or. which I had previously descanted; The Britannia, however, will "^ar to America information of no ordinary character ai affecting the relations between the two Countries. You will recollect in a farmer letter I asserted that I had unequivocal assurances which might be de peaded upon, that in no event would there be war j between us. Von will now perceive the correct- < neiu of my statement. The fact is, it behoves the j Tories to make their Government a popular one; and Sir Robert Peel dare not risk his popularity by any warlike step. He has secured the ascend- . ancy of ?9 party upon strictly Conservative prin ciples, and it would be a burlesque indeed upon 7hose principles should the first i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 27 January 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE * published "very norninc;. at No. 30 Ann or**'.. New-York, and delivered to Ciry Subscribers forONF. CENT per copy. Mail SubscYiber?, $4 per uonura in .??'.?> ance, tntl paper in no case continued beyond the. time for which i d? paid. Subscriptions taken fcr Six ViOTith?. inir\ of Jldvtrl _}',.r r&.h ?9drerli$enent >J l*EN Ii:.es or less (over six), first Insertion.. 50cif do. for each subsequent insertion.' '-J5 " do. lor SIX insertions, or one week-S t SO do for TWENT.Y-EIVE insertions_ 5 90 Longer Advertisements at *<jt:ally farorihle ratet Marren."-.. Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceod iiif live lines 25 cent?. Advertisements when ordered to to be continued v;i tn? inside art.-r the tint insertion will h<* subject to ?he sa-ine charge as on their first appearance? paystut in all cases in advance. f&- TheWXEKLT TKIBI'VE, a very large paper for th?.Coiintry,:is publishfcd every Saturday morn r.?. at thelow priceo/ per annnm, in adva...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 27 January 1842

Adain? ; in J3o7, i think : they bad a mortgage on the stereotype plate- at tueir office. Mr- Morriil asked that the Court should assign them an officer to aasiat in procuring their wit? nesses. The Court assented and then adjourned tili ?? o'clock. Four O'clock. Samuel S. Osgood, called?I. am a portrait painter: room in the ^r&mte building; have lived hi the city since August; ray room opposite Mr. Wheeler's?No. 11 ; it- is about 24 feet square; has three windows in front; 1 have often found it impossible to converse by reason of the noixe in the *trect: the room* are always very noi?y ; 1 T*' ided ir. liar: ,:-\ about twenty years since; I went to school with Colt : so far as I reiijember, he was of an amiable temper, but ardent in bis feelings: 1 have seen him occasionally since. Cross-examined by Mr. Whiting? I left my dweilii i in the afternoon of Thursday, 1 think, and went to the bont with a carpet-bag ; on my return I pave my bag to a persan to take to rny house : J don'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 27 January 1842

policy" ot a Bankrupt Ln w . To t&eJSttitor of the Tribunt: I mk^ tlit* opportunity through the medium of vour paper to offer a feu- facts regarding the pro? priety of a General Bankrupt Law. Prior to my settling in this country I lived about three years in England, and to my knowledge I know of more than a dozen cases where debtors, after a full dis? charge of their liabilities, paid their creditors er <*.y penny, while in the course of nearly ?ix years' residence in this city not one case has come to my knowledge. What is the fact ? A man failing here know, of no remedy; he knows the moment he gives up the ship that moment he is lest, never to rise again, and lie is struggling along till the jasl dollar is roue, in the vain hope of better times.' Times become but worse for the unfortunate; his death draws near, and leaves destitute a waeping wife and helpless little ones. It is a remarkable fact that in England, where a Bankrupt Law has been so long in operation, the credit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York tribune. — 27 January 1842

THE TRIBUNE. iCTMr. 0. V Bkownso-T* Third Lectur*? at Clinton Hall on Toesdnv considered the influence of Property on Civilization, or ra:h--r the nature, r.ightfulness and influence of Property, generally". Tho ri-.'ht of Property, he considered to rest on three separate has*.--: 1. Occupancy ; 2. Produc? tion ; 3. Legislation. He who first occupies tract of earth has a right to it- u?e. provided it b<? not so extensive a* to deprive others of ngn. necessary to thorn. He- why produces or con? structs any propertv is dearly the owner of it.? Finally, a grant from tho sovereign power may rightfully give title to property; jurist* err only i asserting this as the only right. The po3se?ton of Property is needful toevery human being; he whe pr,s>esS<-? nothing is nobody?he cannot b<* in? dependent?he is not a man but virtually a slave. If driven to solicit of his more fortunate neighbor the privilege of earning a bare subsistence by toil, and subject to be deprived of employ...

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