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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 14 January 1852

" VOL 2—NO. 73 THE daily DISPATCH. ~ fA S. A. COWARDIN. Proprietor. fIUGII K. PLEASANT*. Editor. •"ASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. , . lm«ert:ffi>SO 50 1 1 square. i month #4 00 IK 5 , 1 o*«—0 7% 1 1 do 2mo* , bi *0u J t 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 * J 'l wHi 175 ! I do 6 do 16 00 1 f 275 1 do 1 year 30 GO t?' Com*tirue*tioos are charged at the same s » advertisements. , , n tj> Trfl or Uss tiwif a wart; longer ad ferJ mentsta exact proportion, said payable inad- A-Wrtiseinents inserted once a week, twice ,Rk or Sm,:. * -ek will V 4 h«r<r<i » for sb.' first insertion, and 3/j cent* tor cacti notice. Inserted L r 25 cents; Fu- Scents. Deaths, without obituary or .erred to subscriber. ; «pH n tjK&rU* cents per reek. payabb' to the JlAer weekly. Price for mai-rng. ft 4 a year in sd ___ the weekly dispatch . «,hc»hed every Friday morning, and mailed ! r ? cvr douu a'tkar. To Clubs, for *5 six co- T'® thirteen copies; for &Io twenty co jj,,,, f,, r .*l-- « iT T iV) N OF COPARTNER- ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 14 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. sT To AI) VKltTlMKit.M.—Thecircnlation Of - .h« i ;Sr»TCM !« TMkKK TIMK3 Sit Urg»' S3 thfit »« iiv ttfr p«per in the city of Richmond. It '»:'!•.• r, tore cn-»Uy »u to iuiy other a* * B»->!; :r ■' <».lvor»ig,tj^. RICHMOND. VA.: W cilne-iUy Morning, January J I, Ift.V-i. ENLARGEMENT OF THE DISPATCH This ;;.i»rning the Dispatch appears with four additional columns added to its dimen sion?. T ills addition is one forced upon us by the heavy advertising custom which has been dtawn tu the piper. We could no longer stave off what « e wished most heartily to avoid : a change the size of the paper. We much preferred tiie smaller size ; but could no longer ndi.ere to it injustice to the public nor to our selves. We shall now have more room for our advertising customers and more for ourselves ; but still, let us assure them, that our room »s not so spacious as to allow nuy long stereo typed advertisements to render our columns hideous ty their everlasting occupation ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 14 January 1852

the latest news. I 'jipTiie Northern Mail arrived last night, k*'Jo o'clock The delay wag caused bj the P . £ p(|jng aground at Washington, and th« k;-f'"i» rivCr- We COpy ,he ite,Vß ° f [fLor'enceieceived. I t hK Hr^r,arias Exiles.—The telegraph [. ' .patch published by us yesterday more* . ■ ( J that Mr. Stanlkt's resolution for T- 'flicfot the Hungarian exiles in New York j sssed. This was a mistake. On a nio ' to suspend the rules for the introduction ie resolution, the vote was 46 yeas to 125 so ti.e resolution was not considered. ! 3> Don Louis de la Rosa, for several years V'-"iter from the Republic of Mexico to this j: upniment, on Saturday last took leave of , President in an address, which, together v ;:i the President's reply, appear in the Wash* i:;' ■'> papers of yesterday. Kossuth Reception Committee, Sfc. HAKKi-Bi ko. Jan. 12.—The Committee ap points) l v the Pennsylvania Legislature to re | pvf Kossuth, v» ill meet him at York. \ i iii has been introduced into ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 14 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH C." mm ■ am-. I „ "--i r- THF. OLD MAN'S GIFT. T*u • beautiful gift from a white haired cum To his whitd hu cd brother (ending, A ataff for ike weary to lean upon. As hit step* to the grave were tending. And he felt that nature requires support, Cue she sleeps en the lap of her mother; And be kuew that a branch from ibis childhood's home Won id sustain him, as would no other. Earing his spirit through days lang syne, To sccces of frcshnes* and beauty, When the friends of his youth around h'm smiled. And life seemed a pleasant duty, And friends atUI live, elf e why this gi't, From a dear and distant brother ! *Ti« a simple thing, jet it (peaks to the heart, A( the voice of a gentle mother. O ! iove in life's morn is beautiful, More beautiful at even; May it bear ye both as a faithful staff To the pearly gates of Heaven. SMITHSONIAN LECTURES. JDr. Kane's Lecture—Arctic Explorations Dr. Kane proceeded to discuss the supposed position of Sir John Franklin, and the pro...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 15 January 1852

VOL 2-NO 74. I;iDAILY DISPATCH. , A COW Proprietor. HV<;H It. rLKASAVTS, Krfltnr. ,mSH terms of advertising. ' ; i -.nsertionSO >0 I 1 squarv, I month *4 W m ■> -n*e:ti<-ns 073 j 1 do amoa'hs 700 ' a° V do ICO I do 3 do 10 00 1 • week 1 75 ! 1 6 do 16 00 1 -wlvSts a 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 1 are charged at the came en -uivertisetiicnt*. 1* V }ir.es or U-f make a tquart; longer ad f}\ - ' i.ii iii exact proportion, and payable in ad , iv-rrti«cmcnts inserted once a week.twice * three times A week, will be .-har?ed SO ' insertion, and 37J cents tor each •"•X-'v-'-'r -ice notices Inserted for 25 cent*; Fu tf r <25 cents ; Deaths, without obituary or JT, station. ISi cents. ■ ' ulv Dispatch" is served to subscribers • aumUr emit per vttk. payable to the weekly. Price for maiUng, 81 a year in ad THE \VKKKI,Y DISPATCH , ,'4 every Friday morning, and mailed f-r ovr DOI I.AH A VKAK To Clvbs. for $5 sixco- Li-'for?lt) thirteen copies; tor 815 tweuty co ir.. fur istt twenty-seven...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 15 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. UTTO AOVKJtTIRM-M. —Thecirculation Of the DtsfATCH is thbke Tiar.p •• Urgr a» that of say other Daily ia the city of Richmond, (lis ifc.>n»for<3 gn-atly superior to any other as a ■teiittm of advertising. RICHMOND. V A.i Thufitnjr .Morning, Jannary 15, 185?. THE WEATHER. Thus fur, this has been the coldest winter, in Virginia, of which we have any recollection. We have already had two spells, unaccompa nied by #«ow, in both of which the river, below RocketU, froze across in a single night. We doubt very much whether such an occurrence ever took place before, within the memory of any man now living. We have heard that, in 1794, the river froze across in a single night, and remained frozen for weeks, so hard that wagons passed regularly, every day, across it. But that was the cffi.ct of one continuous, unrelazed spell of cold weather, the winter never letting go its hold for a single moment. On the present occasion, however, we have had two seperate, cold, dr...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 15 January 1852

"the latest news. the northern mail— not *i rived when our paper went topr*M T ht. " as cxpectcd to arrive about 1 „vlock. 5000 DOM.AKS.-JOHX JOHN manufacturer of the justly celebra , Hair Tonic," would respectfully t«*\ sttention of persons to this wonderful re. f* I jhe hair, both for strengthening it and w r' us beauty, assise to purify it and keep 1 ! V* om dandruff. The increased demand for •» •' **" ' H .' -1 »«}«. that it hai, induces bim to offer ' p't'toi making this invaluable remedy for , ♦,> h v neighbouring State for the above ' '~ . «vf He will refuse to sell the red>ipt to ' '.' \;i ginia Persons may be sure, by ap r -o R H- Duval and to Messrs. Bennett & I ' ; van street; to Meeara Miller A Senbrook, F ' vy. ~Vt •or at the Saloon, under American ! " . ".-ei the genuine Tonic at the same price as ' t -e wholesale and reta.l. ja 15 r, A I CT I ON.—GROCERIES, Ac., TliiS MORNING, by w rt. davenport, allem a co. rT',l n„. year IS*>l has passed away, and 'with...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 15 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Correspondence of tie Dally Dlipatck. New York, Sunday, Jan. 11. Steamers Arrived at Mete York—Dinner to the Builder of the Yacht America—Mr. Webster and the Historical Society, tfc. Two nteamew hare just nrrired from Cha jrres and San Joan, the Brother Jonathan and Daniel Webster. The moat important news, the reported examination into the conduct of the Captain of the British brig Express in firing upon the Prometheus, has given much #atisfact<on. The Pacific aailed to day for Lirerpool, with $€.'50,000 in gold. The imports during the past week have amounted to nearly four millions of dollars, or $3,931,345. 1 mentioned the other day that a dinner to Mr. George Steers, the builder of tlte famous yacht America, wai in contemplation. The af fair catne off on Friday night, and was attended by some four hundred gentlemen. The lead ing ship-owiiers and ship builders of the city were present, among them Mr. E. K. Collins, Mr. George Law, Mr. Thos. Tileston and Mr. J...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 16 January 1852

VOL 2-N0.75. •NiK l)\11 -V DISPATCH. ~IAB A COWARDIM. Pn-.piictor. Ht r.H Rri'l-KASAXTS, Editor. c *sn tkkms ok advertising. , 1 in«frtionso 30 I 1 square, 1 month $4 00 a insertions 075 i 1 do 2mon*hl 700 1 ) do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 14°s Jk 1 7511 do 6dolC 00 } to ' do lyear 30 00 Communications are charged at the same ®advertisements. r* JJ *" Ufs mm* a rtjuart; longer ad f(* menu in exact prvportion, and payable in ad -4 i rv<dement* mserted once a week, twire Fr A~, , t m< w. s week. will be sharped » tor the fir»t :ne Tiion, and oTj cents tor each * rs MarriAre for M eentt; m. K notices a-' «•*»: Deaths, without obituary or H TiV-lv rr-Sratch "is served to subscribers *J »fz a <"»•< r" twL payable Jo the J,/rier A-eekly Price for ir Ailing. £4 a yeartn ad- - THf WEEKLY DISPATCH . P | ~<< rv Friday morning, and mailed o« b'omm* a'vkab. ToCLUß*,for $5 sixco- Jtfes for#iS tiirtcen copies; tor Sis twenty co jT" for cojKes : ______ | __ : 1 . ii;:NK> rosesfei.D &...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 16 January 1852

these sentiments strange, unusual; ihey are tnine, however. I republican, but fsta ami" the opposition of Europe, made roe an eroperoi. lam now a spectator of the future. THE DAILY DISPATCH. TO Al»VKttTl«Wt».—Th«circulaUoa Of the D«»r*Tcii is th&kk twii as large as that Of any other Daily paper ia the city of Richmond. ltt» therefore -jn-stiy superior to aay other as a mm tium of ndvirtislng. RICHMOND. V A.i Friday Msrslag, Jaassry 16, 185*3. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH The Weekly Dispatch for Jan. 16, is now ready, and for sale at this office. 'It contains the Governor's Message—A full report of the proceedings in both Houses of the Va.'Legis lature—Report of the great Congressional Diuuor to Kossuth—Later News from Europe, California, and Mexico—Proceedings in Con gress—Do.nestic Correspondence—Report of the Secretary of the Treasury—Miscellaneous acticles—l'oetry, Si,c. Price 3 cents per single copy; $1 per annum in advance. NAPOLEON S PROPHECY. The remarks with regard to the future ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 16 January 1852

the latest news. the northern mail. „ Kl moose, to the obstruction of the i IWlflC- W ' ' , •§ . ~net the Pctwuac, there waff no mail r »£• A telegraphic despatch informs iv " Hill certainly come through to-night. "*"~1 DULI.AKS.-JOHN JOHN niami'.acturer of the justly celebra- \ r _ f 1,7,, Tonic," would respectfully ' 1 t i. Nt persons to this wonderful re :s "I S .'h,« hsir, both for strengthening it and ;',r,he«iilv. asslsoto purify it and keep " e "'i dandruff. The increased demand for i ihot It hoi. induce* him to offer ■ tr'.kii'S tl;i« inva'uoble remedy tor "«-:vr -hbouring State lor the above s '•"),>V 11-" ill refuse to sell the receipt to ' Vitcinia ?er».<ns may >e sure.Jby ap i> k i>uva'acd to Messrs. Bennett & ?. ; y n « t 'e.-t to Messrs Miller & Seabrook. ",V- or ar the Saloon, under American nu:rie Tonic at the same price as -, wholesale and retail. ja 15 WESTHAM PLANK SOAB \N V —At a meeting of the Di»ec on'thcttb inst, the following was adop- ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 16 January 1852

THE' DAILY DISPATCI COMMERCIAL. I, RICHMOM) MARKETS. For tkt wu * e*Ain#>Tl*ir*day Kvtnu&, Jan.ls. JCAL Sl'vLUr COmRBCTBD.] BACON is i.% fat r detnat d ata slight Vir £inia cured, ti Vf rownd, K)| ctS; pritt*- VVrwtern and Baltimore to 10 cto; tsho»dcer» fcH to ft; Ham* 10J to ll»l- BUTTER—Fir ki» 10 • 16.et*. per lb. Fresh Roll 80 a 25 cU. Gosh «n to kr)?«, 13 to 19 cts. BEES WAX—22 *i 23 «&• lb.—price aajnina!, Bone in market. COTTON AND COTTON YARN.*—The trade to Cotton herp is litnh ed. quotations ate 71 a (i cts. Cotton Yarn •i; 7 ctt per lb. COFFER—OId Java 1. Uto IS*; Laguayrafli cts; Rio 6} a9J cents; C*p« St»9 cts; Manilla MP*. CANDLES—TaIIow lt-'ialJJ Hull's patent 13; Spcnn 4:: a 45, Adamant in© 22« a 275. Jackatu's patent 12|. COAL—IO cents on boat d for food mixed, Cac &nd lump; ato 9 cents fitr yMacksu.'tli's coal. CORN—SS to 57i cenJa l«r bui'iel of 56 lUs. for old and n«w. CORN MEAL—7S to ?<> een ta per t-nsbel. FLOUR—I/aataalea of Scott »v.Uie a...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 17 January 1852

VOL 2-NO. 76. IHE DAILY DISPATCH. TAS A cow A R PIN. Proprietor. Hl « ; » H. »I.i:.A*ANTS, Editor. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. , -sari 1 insertion #0 50 I 1 square 1 month #< 00 K \* ' S insertions 075 | do 3 700 > V do iOO 1 do i do 10 00 3 i° 't week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 \ fo 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 1 rjr Communications are charged at the same advertisements. r<«i l>«f' >'** maJ " " "i yare; U ' r ? rr *<*" , >o exact proportion, and payable in ad- Advertisement# inserted once a week.twice r? times 4 week. will V *0 for the tir»t insertion, and J7i cents tor o*ct * \|\rriage notices inserted for 25 cents; Fu 2* cents . Deaths, without obituary or Ir -W li| cent*. .. TV ' lUii-v UisrATCH" is served to subscriber* . K j a verier rtntt yer wttk. p*ymbW> to the r wtv kly rric* for mailing, *1 » year in ad- Tscce- _— THK WEEKLY DISPATCH I, sub.' »hvd every Friday morning, and mailed i'T OVE DOLLAR A TKA.R. loCLVBR.for f.»stXCO- L w f,,r $10 thirteen copies; tor $15 t...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 17 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. tiT TO A»r*KTl«lfiKM.~Thecireala«lon af lb* Disfatch ts thsrk Tinas as large as that of anj othT Daily ia th* city of Richmond. It 1* tarry tore grwoty superior to any other as a ■Milvim o1 vivcrtlstng RIfIIMONP. TA.« Ilatardsr Morning, Janaary IT, 1859. Emigration of Fret Blacks to the Brilith We it India Colonies. Mr. Bayly, in the House of Reprcsenatives, a short time since, called for the correspon dence between the American Minister at the Court of St. J aroes, and the Secretary of State, relative to the emigration of free blacks to the British West India Island*. Those letters have been laid before the House, and their si<b stancc is as follows : Under date of the 14th November last, Mr. Lawrence addressed a communication to Mr. Webster, in which he stated that a few weeks previously a Mr. Owens, of Georgia, had colled apon him lo say, that he had a newspaper published in Antigua, containing a circular dispatch from the British Colonial Office, re commen...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 17 January 1852

r nK LATEST NEWS. of the Baltimore American. : ZL to* Jan. 14th, -I P. M.—The v«- * omenta with regard lo Chevalier Hul r:iUS * h.»ini protested to the President **' n . KosMith's speeches, are, of course, un« 8S * mf iiut both Hulsemann nnd Bodisco pri .-omnlain of the hononi naid Kossuth. V'S irfi they will find it difficult to ex , , n "iheii coveinmenta the difference be- P"'" ~r wvbstei nnd the Secretary of State, u Cf Fillmore and the President. I'hey will to make the attempt, however. The • *e million Texas stock was paid at the 1 " s ., ry Department to-day, to the agent of - <:#te ol lexas. . . t ir'efrapheil to yon, some time s.nee, that ; Palmer-ton had disavowed the outrage on >,< utheus, and 1 r.ow learn from excel . , v-tioiitv that there is every reason to be y ul not Lord Palmerston retired from • ' .\ AtV , nil the difficulty would have been "•!»"» luijusted in a few days. Hie resiff course delaved the action of the gov "r-P-c'nt but there is, as yet, no ca...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 17 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH AUUVALB AT TBS PRINCIPAL HOTELS YESTERDAYJ CITY HOTEL.—J B Newell. Pa< Captain A Lewi*, Caroline; W G Richardson, Hano ver ; J R Wellington, King & Queen; B But ton, Hanover; L H Clagett, Steamer Belvkiere; J R Cottt«ll, Goochland; ffmC Walstrun. and Wm M Hamilton, Chariotteaville; Jno W Catlett, and J Bar well, Gloucester: John P Pearce, New Kent; J Norment, Hanover; J 8 Thomas, Caroline; J Young, Louisa; L R Warring, King William; J A Walking, Notto way; JM Doewell, Hanover. COLUMBIAN HOTEL.—J Hay, Hanover; E H Howard, Danville; A Hancock, Cheater field; H N Dyer, J M Clopton, and J Sberfield, Henry; John D Davis, Amherst; M L Berry, Lynchburjr; R Garetaon, Mercer; L Wills, Chesterfield; Willson.and Walker, Goochland; J W Stlelair, Henrico. EXCHANGE HOTEI Mr Fowler, Bal timore; J M Falconer, N Y; JS Green, Rap pahannock; M W Fisher, and W Burvia, Va; Col Alston, N C ; J M Miller, Orange; Jno F Lay, Powhatan; W C Smith, Hanover. AMERICAN HOTEL.—W H Roberts...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 19 January 1852

VOL B—NO. 77. Ti ;K DAILY DISPATCH. taS A COWARDlN^Proprietor. uriiil urriTKASAWf*, Edlter. r\"H TEH Mi 5 OK ADVERTISING. i mwrti, nso 50 I 1 square, 1 month f4 00 I I"" r r u " f 075 1 do a mos'bs 700 l i 3 do JOOO : ' k i 11 do e do icoo 1 d 0 IZ *6 275 i 1 do 1 year 30 00 J Commwicati. n» «r« charged at the tame n ■ JL*,* v"r"r fquart} longer ad in exact proportion, and payable in ad Advertisements Inserted once a week, twice thn" times a wtek. will bo JO for the r.ttl insertion, and J7* cer.ta tor each *'r£Menace notices inserted for 25 cent.; Fu- Vnot'ces 2?. cents , Deaths, without obituary or ?)Vu v' Dispatch" i-« served to subscribers W'"" to the "weekly Price for mailing, H a year in ad- THE WEEKLY DISPATCII . „• I*shed ev. iv Friday morning, and mailed dollar a tkab. To Clubs, for #5 sixco fj r io thirteen copies; lor £15 twenty co- far gyH) twenty r.-Hi: partnerah'pol HENRY ROfIENFELD & I ;;'u)THKK was this day, by mutual consent, : .vVi Ah persons having claims again...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 19 January 1852

mIE DAILY DISPATCH. UT TO ADVXKTIMKRS.-TheQirctftfioo «C the Dispatch I* retain ruus aa large aa thnt of any other Dally paper la the city of fUchmood ft U utxrefore greatly superior to asy other as a of advertising. RICHMOND. ▼ A.t Meufiay Morning, January 19,185' i THE SOUTHERN PLANTER. We publish to day, on the first page, the New Year address of Mr. Ruffin, the editor of thia Periodical. In doing so, we cannot but express the opinion, that it is one of the beat newspaper articlea of the day. It abounds in wiadom, and addresses itself to nearly every interest ia the community. We congratulate Mr. Bernard upon having obtained as the edi tor of his paper, a gentleman who ia not only a practical farmer of disticction, but also a scholar and a man of the world. There are many ;>emons who possess valuable informa tion, but are incapable of communicating it to the wor'd, aave in a style so dry and crabbid, that r.'»body can read what they write. There ere others of a character direc...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 19 January 1852

the latest news. --"'arrival of thk asu. « iVrek Lutcr IV»w Kar«»*. , "a!mentis Resignation r P ,a " ,e f~ Kof #*«« Aapoleon Presidentof 7, .(._//;* I arte Majority—Hn In [Ration and Address-Markets, See. Ntw ore, Jan. lb. Th - leatner Asia has arrived with one week vlif-cncc from Europe. 1 1 ',. 1 " ' America arrived at Liverpool 1 <• :/r The Arctic arrived at 6 pclock 0 "11 morning of the Ist inst. Henry Ultngs »'v th a passenger on hoard the Arctic, died °"n faring the Mersey the Arctic came in " v ith a steam tug towing al ship, p.: was badly, and the ship slightly li:l [ na ff ' r —The proposed loan of £200,000 ! "" rival Western Railroad of the Canada 1 V-,.anv in 6 per cent, debentures, repayable "i x. has been completed in London. • ' 1 oiidon Morning Advertiser states that - no of Painierston's resignation was the ■"! r.vence on the patt of the Prime Minister V Vhe a flairs of the Foreign Sectetary. lord Palmerston, on learning the tact wasin ant and demanded ail explana...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 19 January 1852

'THE DAILY DISPATCH OiHWfMiiatl »f fee Daily laUpttah. JPumic undloMt of Life—Rival Ope*a Com• U»—Mi*o* Ikwu*. New York, Tueaday, Jan. 13. A tenable accident occurred at Ml o'clock last evening in the emigaant boarding-house No. 140 Centre street. Anclarra of fire having - been struck for the fifth district, the invateaof this establishment, five hundred in umber, were struck « ith a suddac panic and poured in a living stream down the -staircase to reach the street. The result of ths greet pracsore upon tbe stairocse was similar to that produced at the echonl<&ouse catastrophe in Ward -School No. 26,* flew weeks-since; the balus ters giving way and precipitating the whole number to the bo.tcm. Sis lives were Lost by this melancholy event, and nine persons injured. The sufferers were {oung Irish emigrants. The names of (fee illedare John Mi Dal ton, Marj Murphy, Juc. demon, a boy, aw! two girls unknown. The coroner's j«.-y have inwostigated the matter, and in their verdict ree...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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