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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 6 November 1852

the dally dispatch. IjrtrENCK or * Newsi-apir.—A school {richer, who ha* been engaged a Sour time in fcia profession, and witnessed (he luOuence of a wwspaper upon (he minds of a family of chil- Atea. writes to the editor of the Ogdensburg Jtrotiiiel BS follows: 1 have found it to be a.universal fact, with «at exception, that those scholars, ol both si xes ami of all ages, who have had acccss to news papers at home when compared with those who itave not, are 1. Better readers, excelling in pronunciation emphasis, and consequently read more un 4e»st*otiingly. 2. They are better spellers, and define words wish greater ease and accuracy. 3. I'hev obtain a practical knowledge ot g»»graphy in almost half the time it requires <<ihers. as the newspaper has made them tami t»ar with th s location «>1 the important places, nations, their Governments and doings, on the globe 4. Thev are better (Jrammanars, fur having b* con eso familiar with every variety i f Bty le, in the newspaper,...

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. — 8 November 1852

VOL 3—NO IS DAILY DISPATCH A COWARDTN, Proprietor. HUGH R PLE ASANTS. Editor. Jl iTMOI Ki KT. lIIROHKTT. Kf*l- —' The |- ;.r * F.xpriss, of Saturday, makes the I ; touching the death of this n.tit;, already announced bv telegraph : j- so r painful dutv tn record the death of y U ,t, rt Birchett, IVst Master of this city, , j:. ,'! <d lis last yesterday, about 12 y (i i short and severe illness. His dis »-,s ;. ualysis, with which he was attack nS itur iav last, lie was a man of irre , |, iMo character; and was Messed with a ir a! ve the common ord r. He was , „rime the able conductor of the Pe vi - • Intelligencer; and iiis death will ere *., , , in our mMst difficult to fill. He Vi - i i;! i : c spirited and useful citizen; an* l i«- ,!:.!ii''stic relations, was ail that could -n:ii of lather, husband, master, and f . id. Uaii.roap Mi.tTi.Nfi.- —The stockholders of . ... V ir git:ta and Tennessee Railroad conven ed ~t Lvnchburg on the3d. We extract the follow ing from the second...

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. — 8 November 1852

the daily dispatch. -r— 1 ueoucviiaiiuo ofTSe Dispatch i» thui times •• lßjp «OM of MI other Daily paper in the dtjr of Richmond. H U therefore greatly superior to any other as a ■MxHuin of KIC H afoSn.V A.l M»inla<i N»vember H, 185i>._ ~~ WASHINGTON. We find the following portrait of our extra, ordinary countryman in the conclusion of the Slat chapter of Allison's " History of Eu rope." The writer, it will he recollected, is &n inveterate tory, and a principal contribu tor to Blackwood's Magazine. Nomanofmo dern times has proved himself a more pesever iog enemy to all progress or reform, a more decided bigot in all his notions, religious or political, a more partial or one-sided historian) or a greater foe to human rights and human freedom. In the last respect he might, with justice, take his stand along side of the lute Duke of Wellington, whom it is at present fashiona ble, even in this country, to extol, as the veiy model cf every thing great, liberal and magna nimous,...

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. — 8 November 1852

the latest news V»ry Latk krom Mkxico.—-By a teU jrapnic di-pntch from New Orleans, Hated Nov. 5, we have important news from Mexico. The dates are to ihe 19:h of October, twelve iJsvsiater. The Mexican Congress had con vened in exit a session. but it appeared thai •Here were '■" anticipations oTan attempt at re volution. NcvertWlenS, the trontier States are ~ported to ' lp " deplorable condition, and 'I'volutionarv attempts «cre of daily occur r-K-e. Tne only important act passed by Con cress dtit""- ihe first tour days of the session, , JS one abolishing the late arbitrary law had been in force against the press. We ,; ,■„ lite must interesting items by this ai (-, Djj.'i iMe excitement existed nt Vein Crij?. i > T" nee of the receipt of intelli l,• i! m a I icnc 1 squadron would soon ar 1 v ■ i t ck tlic I'ifiK Ii Ministry in its demand •• ■ , avment < t the l-'ronch i reditors. Also, :,;e liberation > t La Mont, the Frenchman o if ,- unjustly cust into prison u slioit t...

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. — 8 November 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. >•«*•*•*<«■«■• « f «*• Nnv York, Nor. 1. Dkar Dispatch: "My business lo thia State !*ade me a Took-r-on here in Vienna,' and I think that I may reflect to von dome of ihe seenes and customs from the mirror of w observation, which will gratify J ou aoi ' jtoiir company. The growing vastneas of this city, and the 3B3n«no»<i which its movements have on the whole of our country, as well as the associa jj*«w which man.v of your readers have with >ise business, pleasures and citizens of the pfaee. off-r reasons to suppose thM occasional -Be<*s from my pen may be acceptable. Tt a siranger, the first view of the shipping, «rb« h lines the whaives for miles, as he ap proaches the city from the bav, will convey a rjnore lasting idea of the wealth and importance •f New York, than anything which a walk »boyt the stieets wiil offer. 1 recollect tiiat an English gentleman said to me, more than a jeur since, that the amount i f ships in port, and the buatie ou th...

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. — 9 November 1852

VOL. 3—NO 19 Tti DAILY DISPATCH a. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH H. PLEASANTS. Editor. JOE MILLER \4l ! • t penermlly known, perhaps, among , r , -u'i rs. «ho Joe Miller was. we will en i,t) i! fin u lit'le on the subject. Joe was i -t K > pn session, and worked for the u, . u i tli" Knglish Inns of Courts, ar.d vl•d in the reign of Queen Anns—if a .ut - strnce earned by ins horse like la r; n -v be termed flourishing, for he had to „ ; tv i i( i less than sixteen out ot twenty four t ;i;s jn-i to supply the wants of nature, and » ri withal to pay for a lodging In a .em house, where he had to share with n-e miier >our»g men. Joe was a kind ; ri- i">l man, who had nev rli>n *u;<p< cter 1 , even by his best triends, of ~, ;,:,d a second idea 10(11? head; and from rjin ue gooi! nature had become a butt, at winch one f-nd all were constantly throwing their shafts of successful ridicule. But, as we 3s»e already - it 1 , his perception of the ridieu ,c.a. «as of too obtuse ...

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. — 9 November 1852

fiH DAILY DISPATCH. ' I*" TO AU» 'I'fciictreiUsuon of tfo Dispatch U thsek times Urgn u that of say other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. ]i u umfoi* Rrestiy superior to any other as s medium of advertising HI C H SI O>D,VA., Tandsy Moralas, Nswmlfr#, If»W. BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICE OF DANIEL WEBSTER. [COSTIItUEB.] In the month of November, 1836, Mr. Van Buren was chosen President of the United States. In the succeeding February, Mr. Webster, in the course of an address delivered before a large popular assemblage at Niblo's Saloon, foretold the crisis impending over the country. That crisis was hastened by the fa mous Specie Circular, the object of which was :o draw the public deposites from the State Banks in which they had been placed. An im mediate suspension of specie payments was the consequence, and Mr. Webster, who, in the spring of 1837, for the first time, made the tour of the Western States, amid unusual de monstrations of popular respect and admira tion, had the melanch...

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. — 9 November 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. presidential EI .EC r I ON. The official returns from nil the counties in Mnrvlnnd show I'ierce's majority to be 5046. Keturns from 10 counties in Ohio indicate that }'.> rce's majority will he about 15,000, The rrpotted rerurns from every county in N. York r ~ Puree a majority ol 25,994. The major lor Sevmour, the democratic candidate for (, temor, '* not much legs. Pierce's plurality , '.inue. ticut is->lt>2. The greatest interest t,, ft It i;i the result in North Carolina. A _ : .t:ch r«*cei\« d Sundiv shows a majority for i iticounties i I 2>N). Large whig . f.re t< |> :ted in several other counties, k! t suit i« considered very doubtful. In ■ rjiß, i; is supposed 'lie plurality of Fierce , i r !»ci>tt w !' he trom 20 to 30,000. The la -j returns in Tcntiessee and Kentucky in that these States have both gone for - ,it I'v small majorities. There seems to be t \uiVit tmt Louisiana has guue for I'ivrce by • suii.l majority. l'i< rce has !)9...

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. — 9 November 1852

the daily dispatch. Tub Tobacco Tkaok —Hani's Merchant's Mag a sine, for November, contain* s paper oa the to kacco trade, the statistic* of which are exceeding ly Interesting to American merchants, particularly la shewing the comparative produ-tioas of each State—tome increasing snd others foiling oft—sod further rhowing the I set that the annual vsiu<-, at this period, ia no greater than that nf twenty, tlilr ty or forty years since. It would seem from this summary that the lowest (aver**** annual) prices obtained for tobacco were, in 1812. 3 cents ; 18,5 4J cent*. at.d that :t reached or exceeded 10 cm s only in the five following years, viz: 1816, l.;i cents; 18'7, 121 cent# ; 18i8, 10 cents; 1819. ICi teuU . 183», 10} cents. The total value of the exports have varied (ex c*pt in the embargo year and during the last war with f>rest Kritair) from 82,150,0C0, ia 1011, to in 1836, $12 576.000 in 1841. and the highest sum yet realized. $!2,8t 1.000 in 1816. The ieading States ...

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. — 10 November 1852

VOL. 8-NO 20 - . DAILY IMSI A I C'H ~uw Proprietor HUGH PLII AS ANTS, Editor. »f **"* Moonlwlti i2oy .-4 THK <• s ®AX ® F VHLA N°* sherd s in.iur.taio boy ye kuaw " r !' k ng Casiies lar below — —V. h \ sunbeams fl r*t 1 see rit-'Titn: ravs rertlaia with me. i'sM taew ui.uln boy r v *;v r's native Von**? is h»re. -i> ' 1 orifck its waters clanr. < if. in the precipice it rear*. ■4y t s receive it. a» it pout a, i airi the mountain b->y. - n antaifi tops are all I owr i' v ,,r the *t;>rtr.s around m" v til >rthto south 1 fear them fel' r. i r above my song they sweH; I *:u he mountain boy. ! I ;h<'t mpe-u ncath me view V-t a r >"l st»rd ':a'u *ir so bluf, I Si, o v them wei! Hid bid them Bfct i>.. uro my father « humtl cot, 1 am the icounta.a boy. The tower b»'.'. once may toll bflbw. vnd w*toh firt-s or th"«e hUl* ykej glow, Tm n IT: the r»tik* am rig. iir«r.<i »h my sword and sing raj ..v. »■ TTVVin T si** bov w.vri lifrA, J&\ CLOCKS, JEWEOHf. Jft....

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. — 10 November 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. %Jf TO Al» ■ifctOUrWUlrtlOß of tEs DrsrATCH 1* theie tikis aa Urge aa that of any other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. It la therefore greatly superior to any other aa a aiMium of nHvrrHting RICHMOND, VA.i Wednesday Blorslag, Nav. 10, ISB9' Alleged Attempt to take the Like op James Gormen Bennett .'—The New York Herald, of Monday, contains a long account of an attempt to destroy the life of its proprie tor, Mr. Bennett, said to have been made about three weeks since, by means ot an infernal machine, or torpedo, in the shape of a bo* containing a quantity cf explosive powder, pallets of paper and friction matches, so placed as to ignite when the cover of the bo* turned round. Thebox.it is stated, was carefully directed to Mr. Bennett, and purported to have cone from Senor V. Alcager, of Cuba, and to contain specimens oi native and copper ore from the Cuba mountains. The account is substantiated by the affida vits of the man who delivered the bo* for some ■nk...

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. — 10 November 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. THE CRKSOENT CITY AT HAVANA. IN IKRKSTING DETAILS. We have already briefly announced the cir cumstances attending the recent arrival of the Crescent Citv at Havana. The details below „;>■ he read with interest. Nr*v Ch' 1 *>. —The steamer Cres- Pit Cm readied her tvhurf ear y this tnorn- V;, c imports having left Havana on the morn - tin ;V! in-t. A- she whs about approach - the p«>!t, »'• her passage from New York, a ~, t , : ,me alone-tide and enquired it either j: Potter or William Stnitli were on board. >»•:< iM.iruied that Lieut. Porter wus not, t 1 u-er Smith wr.s. The pilot then deelin ; -Wr.'S the ship into port. Uivenport, who wns in comntanj of . lf . ~ ,«ri. h- ntvi'i, paid no attention to the .... ,k« • tie pilot, and taking the responsi upon himself, fona brought the ship to ,: r ciiorsce The Captain of the port short v ~i:, r.» rds oa.ne »loiigside, and on being 'v'orme that Purser Smith was on board, sta t-J tiiit i.o communication 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. — 10 November 1852

THh iMILY Disl'AigH. Tm* IcAHIAH Colokt AT Nacvoo.—We TBfr- m>me statistics of the progress of (his MKxnunit* from the semi-annual report, which mm down on the I*l of July last. Thesocie tljr.during thepre*ious half-year. consisted of 365 member*—l 76 men, 101 women, and £8 «t>ildren; 60 persons were added during the pe nsd cohered bv the repor', and !'•" new mem teen were expected. The colony hud 14:. acres of kwd under culuvaiion, and was in po«ses m* ofß plough*. 11 basses, and H > oke of ox ..y The crop-- hate been excellent; I .>l>o bu«h ♦feet wheat, 8000 do. of Indian corn, and 1700 iin, oI potato's having been harvested. 1 wen it four men have the care of the fields, and iHght of file vegetable gaiden. The orchtrds 39»d vinevards are in the highest degree prom .*»?, though not jet in bearing condition.— "Thirty i.ien are employed on the island cutting **.od. which is brought to the settlement in 3m t flat-boats. The transportation of fuel in iistA manner gives ...

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. — 11 November 1852

VOl- 3--NO 21 f I DAILY DISPATCH jy •> A. c j v Proprietor. HUGH R. Pljii AS ANTS. Editor \ I T { U N THO TtillTf*. 8* 1 O WHITTIER :*«th rtv spring, with all it" flower., i: « the Summer", pomp and .how, t \ ;i j \ ;!umn in h i b.jwer*. ,» wh'.t'.ng for the Winter's scow. ; - ito y-i.th, so cold «r,d gray, vn 1".: • ra of myself thnu art \ iso the E-irth did s, em ti say. J . : S. r . c jhall warm my frozen heart. ;s . n~.- wintry sleep with dreams 0> wanner sun at.d milder rain, \ l,' » hear the sound of streams \ ..i song i f me? ry birds again ; > t'r. >u fn m whom tbe Spring hath (one, t whom the flowers no longer biuw, \\ he st*n iest Slighted and forlorn, ! ..ke Autumn wniting for the snow; •• N i hope is t! ir:e i f sunnier h-urs, r.y winter .-ha!! n > more depart. No (j-'ic; -■ T.ve. thy wasted Sowers, Nor wa r m» thy tr z»n heart." aTA UKETIMi OK THE COI'NCIL, A !ti e ci.v ! Richmond, held Friday, October jr.:. . • .. t' !,> f< ■ " if 1 -.' whs adopted...

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. — 11 November 1852

f-HE DAILY DISPATCH. u i tHecircutaUoo of Dispatch i. them tomm uliibuthat of any other Daily p»p»r '«> c,t T of Richmond. HUtLr. f< r« (jreally «uperlo» lo any other •• a in dium of ndvertUlng RICHWOWP, VA.I Tfcaradny Morning, fiovfiher 11, BIOGRAPHICAL KQTICE OF DANIEL WEBSTER. [COHTISCED.] Upon the accecsion of Gen. Harrison, 4th of March, 1841, he justified the confident expec „Uon of the whole country, by giving Mr. Webster carte blanche for any Department he might choose to select in his Cabinet. It was the wish of the President to place him at the head ol the Treasury Department, the embar rassed condition of the country, and Mr. Web ster's thorough knowledge ot finance, sug gesting such arrangement as the beet that could possibly be made for the benefit of the country. Mr. Webster, himself, however, de clined undergoing the drudgery of the Trea •urjr, and selected, in preference, the Depart ment of State, as more congenial to his taste, and as involving labor, equally ...

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. — 11 November 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. NO III'II CAROLINA We yesterday, from what we onstder reliable authority, that the "long ago -v ' »«s ni i"*t over. A dispatch W»* re i \ed h«re t,.)in n gentleman in Raleigh, 4'h*. :t (tint«'il that there were Lut six counties Hrsr tri'iu- and ' n those six, Seott and wmlld have to gain twelve hundred ? ,: r t'ic *ote g"-en tur Re id in August, to ~t i «iat« —'in impossibility almost. It „ * thuii-itt i" lialeich, that l'ierce had ear • the Siate * about one thousand tnnjori -1 In- ' «patch turilier stated (hnl Oing . -;i' ti id set ure ! the t?t»te }">r Pierce. I'elrrsburg V.xp , Wednesday. UAX. .'VKit—OFFICIAL. Fierce. Scott. .- [ I" - - ~4 67 H<o i »•'•! 112 M) U «. 1,1 !. sS .'-4 4iU 450 -c, < r,:r •: ity 104 , KiiiM* I'.i.ki rti»". —We have partially , ;o! mi giving the :.-w returns which daily 1 . n suit being a j c i rlained, the . . possess but little interest We shall , in the t':uli"stoccasion to give the full , the State. A Ist.le more than two ...

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. — 11 November 1852

the daily dispatch. The Slate Ciai in New York.—ln our paper of Monday we published an account of the arreit of eight slaves belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Lemmon, of Virginia, who were stopped in New York through the instrumentality of the abolitionist*, while in transitu for Teiss. The cane having been adjourned over to Monday, the Journal of Commerce reports it ns follows: This case, stripped of its legal technicalities, presents one of extreme hardship to the owners of the slaves. Their ownership is not d- nie.l. And it also appears that these slaves, consist ing of two women of adult age, a lad sixteen or seventeen years old, and live children, of from one to four years, are almost the sole and only propeVty the claimant possesses. Mr. Lemmon is past the middle age of life, and his dress and appearance bespeak him to be a man who has been and is still struggling with povertv. His wife, who, was she dressed in • fashionable attire, would be considered a splendid woman, al<o bears ...

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. — 12 November 1852

VOL. 3—NO 22. DAILY IMM'/M lil A. COW ARDIN. Proprietor. HUGH R. PJbJBABANTB. Editor. I *1.1. I MPOB r ATI ON, IM9. -V ST! HBINS, DARRACOTT & -V | CO., importers and Dealers in * Karthor.ware. China and Glass j] Wrm have reo ivej by sl ips Enpire At i,£ V dim* State, She.-dan and Forrest State. ir>.m Livei poo!, their fall stick of .r'hi r.wsre and China.direct from the irmnutac ■ < r.iikint; their stock large sod complete; and a iv«!» |m >n tin nor hern cities, they srn re- V". : j tjiei'supplies of (Jlasa Ware, both rich and king Glasses and Fancy Articles, well •at tin- country and city trade. : , cr.ants Msit'.r.g < ur city n ay be assured of nducetneott 08 re»i Whish will iadaes them ■ i. ; k'- their purchases with us. STEBBINS. DARRACOTT ti CO., Front Iron Ruilding. 101 Broad st. IIAKi* KUH HA 1,1'..—1 have le j l> c- :ved direct Jr. is London per "Prince A!- j. .'■* J» a vcy superior double anion Harp, 1 - neon make, which lamai.xious ,i>; sec.i. Th'.s H...

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. — 12 November 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. 'tTT.. Aitum rtpaafci-'Btwrwurtlw of iR Disfatch U them timxs as laraa a. thai oT any other Daily paper In the Oity of Bichmond. ]« ts ttemfore greatly superiof to any other as a INWnm _______ RICHMOWD, VA.i fHdsjr Msrsfnc, N«vf»fc«r 14, ISS'i. The Weekly Dispatch J'or Friday, Nov. 12, is now ready and for sale at this office. We subjoin heads of the most interesting ariicles : Editorial. —Cuba, Washington; A Wonder ful Character; Peter Hicks; Fifth of Novem ber; Pucairn's Island; An Error; Biographical flotice of Daniel Webster; Mis. Bloomer; l'he Tobacco Trade; The Flood; Smaller Articles. Miscellaneous.—The Sluve Case in New York; Proceedings of the Colporteur Conven aion; An Hour with Billy Bowlegs; History of □oe Miller; Returns of the Election: Original Xaigma; Foreign and Domestic News; Latest Intelligence; Poetry, Items, &c. Piite 3 cents per single copy; $1 per ahnnm —in advance. BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICE OF DANIEL WEBSTER. [COHTINI/ED.J There were other s...

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. — 12 November 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. The Si.avk Cask iir New York-—The esse of the eight slave* of Mr. Lemmon. of T.rginis, was further investigated on Tuesday. i large r.nnib<»r of colored persona were pre sent. The amended return to the writ of ha beas corpus was read, show in» that the slaves tvlonged to Mrs. Leminnn, nnd wore f* route t- .1 Virginia to Texas, two slave States, and tni! ii "a* "0' their intention to sell them. Mr. Culver, counsel for the slaves, argued favor of iheir freedom, on tho principle of common law, and also coatended that, by the Ctat >te of Ne■* oik, il is lirld th»• t every slave t u.lif into lhat State for ihe pu«iose of be- M-nl into anotiier tSlate, or etherw ise, shall w tree. He noticed the fact that Mr, Webati r, iC - "poi oh on liif Oregon question, said liial n,n S'ate has a rigli', in this respect, to make Its local aws. <lr Labaugh, iu behaK of the claimant, ir.- . ,j that persons owning propetty iu one r it'' have a right to pass with it through any c ...

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