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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 18 November 1852

T u u >MfT V nifIPATPP No AHUiiMTioit.-lOur1 Our friend Crutch i field told us, the other day, through the Peters burg Express, that an attempt had been made to assassinate an engineer on the Petersburg Rail road, while the said engineer was annihilatinp apace at the rate of some twenty mile• an hour. We gave currency and circulation to the dread ful tale, and it wi* read with many an <ytcla mation of surprise and wonder ; perhaps, even, many mourned over the woful state of societ} that rendered it perilous for an engine driver to urge bis iron steed, in open day, across that ancient and respectable county put down as Susses on the map, for fear that some sangui nary bullet mightsend him unexpectedly to that bourne whence no railroad traveller But th inks to the bright star that ever watches over the destiny of our happy country, the storv has been spoiled, the spell broken, and we breathe freer and easier. It was no attempt at ldsassination, Sussex is not infested by ban ditt...

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 November 1852

VOL. 3--NO 28 THK DAILY DISPATCH I VAri. A COWAHDIN, Proprtetor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. I'nurh'n Knlltrn; >11 r*rry llhrarr. Air —"Hide a Cock Uorte." i y l>y fleam force the country across. Faster tban j > rkey outside a racehorse; With time bills m;»manag>'d,fi»t trains after slow Tou shV.l have danger wlicreveryou go. Ait,—"Little Pc-Prrp." LitCe 80-Peep i< last asleep, In ih' Escursu n train you'll find uiim : Oh I it's ten to one If Ue ever gets home, f r a 'Special is c ! oss b< hind him ! Aib—' Hush aby Baby." Rock away, passenzer, in the third class, When your train shunts a taster will past; When your train's late your chances are small— Crushed wi'i be carriages, engineand all. Aia —" Dickory, IH kory Dock " Sinaeiiery, smashery, crash t Into the 'Hoods' we dash ; Th a' Express,' we find. Is just behind— Smaahery, smas'nery, crash: tVnVi) 11 A.MtAUTOIW, WHOLESALE ANDREWS* *MITn 1A " DEALERS IN BOOTS, "■ 11 1 1 SIIOEB, TRLNKS. VALICES, CARPET BAGS, &am...

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 November 1852

the daily dispatch. rrTO ADVKKTlHKlU*—TheoJr«ul«tlon J lEe Dispatch Is th*m tims " M of any other Daily paper in the e»ty of Richmond. It Is therefore greatly superior to any other as a medium of adverti»tnf. RICHMOND. TA.I Friday Morning, November lt)1853- THE WEEKLY DISPATCH, For Fridsy, Nov. 19, is now ready and for sale at this office. We subjoin a brief rccital of the beads of ita numerous and entertaining con tents : Editorial- —Southern Literary Messenger; The Last Rose of Summer; Meeting of Con gress; John Bull and the Crescent City Affair; Mexico; An Old Man; Biogrnphical Notice of Dsniel Webster; Gigantic Scheme; Seven teenth of November; England, Cuba and the United States: The Slave Case in New York; Danville Railroad; News from Havana; Au thentic Information; The new Custom House; Smaller Articles. Miscellaneous. —Full Rcpoits of the Col porteur Convention; Police and Court Reports; History of the New York Slave Case; Foreign and Domestic Intelligence; Latest News; Poe ...

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 November 1852

THE LATEST NEWS Krom —The importance of the -rwtibv the Black Warrior, justifies us in üblifhinp the subjoined, being a more full ac . oU nt than that received by telegraph : [i appear? that the difficulty in regard to Ci!y has again been rerived.— fhf Captai" General affirms that the agree ment with Judge Conklin, relating to the Orient City, had reference only to one voy ifr. This is the efleet of representations ~V bvthe old Spaniards who are prejudiced, •ho have persuaded the Captain General thai ► j.-h a concession oa his part w ill have the • l" • • ; ,r.»nee v • cowftrmce. When the Black Warrior left Havana, a ?{,*;.ish war steamer was cruising off the M • Castle, for the purpose of preventing ;h? ► ;or Crescent City frotn again entering the p. rt of H nans. Kvery attention was pud by itic t'.iban authorities to all other American »f«Sfls 1 he Ameiican steamer Antelope, belonging ■i ttie Nicaragua Company, had put into Ha *hn < for cotls and water without a clean bill ( wh...

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 November 1852

THE DAILY PTBPATCH. COMMERCIAL. RICHMOND .XAHKBTH, Ar i*4 w*ek ending Tkurt4ttjr Eeenmf, Sov. 18. [CAIIfVLLI COBBBCTKD.J BACON—Virginia cured, bog round, 10| to 11 ■•■t*; prime Western and Baltimore Side* 10 to MX oenta; Shoulder* 9to 9* cts. A great many Marior Skouldau are lo market Ham* 14 to 14Jc, and scarce. •UTTER >* in biter *upply Firkin 18 to 20 ct* Mr Uk.; fre*h Roll 25 * Goaoen 20 to 25 cents. BEESWAX—22 a 23 ct*. per lb.—with small re mtpi*. no chauge. COTTON AND COTTON YARNS—The trade In Cotuai here i* limited. The quotation* are 10J to ity ct*. Coltun Yarn* la ct* per lb. COFFEE—OId .lava 11)% to 12; Laguayra 9* to 9|; Rio 9to 91 ct*; Cape 8) *9 ct*; Manilla 12}. CANDLES—TaIIow 13 a 13); Hull'* patent H; ■pern 43*45, Adamantine 224 a 275. Jackson's latest 14. COAL—IO to 12i ccnt* oil board lor good mix ed, line tnd lump; 9to 11 ccnt* tor blacksmith'* MaL CORN—Wo note aale* at 67 J to 70 cents. COKN MEAL—7S to 80 cent* per bushel. FLOUR—Market aomewhat un* tiled. The...

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. — 20 November 1852

VOL. 3—NO "29 filK DAILY DISPATCH /Vb A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R PLEA9ANTS. Editor. RMS OF aT)VKRTISIN«7 1 «ttw, l insertion #0 50 I 1 square, 1 month $4 00 i do 2 insertions 075 i 1 do Smon'hs 700 L 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 do 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 6o 2 weeks 275 | 1 do 1 year 3f 00 -■y Comruuii.cntioaaare charged at the same m advertis>-ment». r|r Te\ tint* or itat mnJu a ; longer ad- W menH ic exaet proportion, and payable in ad "ry Advertisements inserted once a week,twice t or thre»' times a week, will be SO eeou for the first insertion, and 374 cents tor each «y^UßU'Jice. ry Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cents; Fu- 2d cents, Deaths, without obituary or faaaral invitation, 12J Cents The 'Daily Dispatch' Is served to subscribers »t til and a pmrttr r-enu ptr ttctk, payable to the atnVr weekly Price for mailing, $4 a year In ad vscse. THK WEEKLY DISPATCH U puiashcd every Friday morning, and mailed for o*R dollar a vbar To Clubs, for #5 sizco for#iU thirteen ...

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. — 20 November 1852

yuR pAiLY DISEATCH. ~rW TO ADVEUTIHSKB.— The«lr«BUttMi of »6e Disfatch U thui twii u lari®a* thai M other Daily paper la the city of IfclimiwJ. It I* tLref..re greatly superior to any other Ml medium of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.t ti*Mrrfay Maniac, NavetafcerMi IK5'2« A LINK OK STEAMERS TO VF.LASCO. We took occasion, soma time since, in call isg attention to the proposition of Dr. Branch T. Areber, which our readers will recollect, to presait in the strongest terms we were capa ble of using. We know, indeed, of no scheme, which if carried into effect, upon a proper «cale —a scale adapted to the amount of trade —would be more likely to yield a handsome profit to the stockholders. The great valley of the Brazos, the most productive cotton re gion belonging to the United States, is so ra pidly filling up, that a very few years must witness the full development of all its capa bilities. Art is already introduced to aid na ture where it is deficient. The valley, in ques tion, will, in a ...

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. — 20 November 1852

the latest news. ljn(eT from Havana—Probable Settlement of the Cuban Difficulty. Charleston, Nov. IX—The steamer Jsa- Ki. Capt Kollin«. ha* arrived bringing Hava -0& dates tf 'he Isih inet. As she came out, f.\,f >-sw the Cre.-«ent <'i«y near the mouth ol i!ip harbor and also saw the Spanish war tteamer bearing down towards her. It was f apposed that ihe commander of the Spanish ri-ssei had been instructed to inform Lieut. Da »(-oport that the t'rescent City could enter in i ;,«rr without fuilhcr trouble, a« great uneasi c rs* was le.'t at Havana on account of her non arrival when due, the n port being current that nei owners had given orders for her not to stop j::cre in future. The Capta n-Veiifrj!, !( wja fear , iiostiiities with the L'nitid -.ates by aitempting to «iclude her, and was c ; spo'ed to interpoi e no further Interference in . i! at;er. It was not known what course w. ul i b" pursued toward* Purser Smith, hut ,■ »i- supposed lit II iv.itia that his disclaime...

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. — 20 November 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. N. H. Lioislatork. —The Legislature of New H»mp»hire met at Concord on Wednes day laat. Governor Martin, in hia opening addream referred to the late election, and de* preeated the bitterness of party strife as exhi bited in the course of the campaign. He also noticed in appropriate terms the great men recently deceased —Calhoun,Clay, Woodbury and Webster. Whkrk is Mrs. Bloomer?— The Boston papers ar«i making o great hue and cry over a pretty young Miss, from New York, who had the audacity to adopt male attire and procure a situation as clerk in the city of notions.— Bostooians are strangely inconsistent if they make harm of this little piece of humor on the part of the young lady, when they recognize Women's Rights Conventions and processions of nondescripts in Bloomer costume. nr Kossuth, in a receut letter to the Na tional Reform Lesgue in England, says he is done with oratory, and as to the present state of European Democracy, it is best not to talk a bout it....

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. — 22 November 1852

VOL. 3—NO : i" fit DAILY DISPATCH TAP a. COW A.R DIN. Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. The Four Philosopher*. four great philosophers (\ m> every yrar . T'-fcCti :u the open air, Then cWspp< ar! Winter's the Stoic, So chi't and heroic ; . t« :n tu<" mount»in-bre< ze biting an l pure ; A.id when, to bring fcar ami doubt, Damp nightly winds are out, \> in o. J cloak abou:—he can erdare. H;.riDg, at du'.i hearts to mock, v inc» in a turmins-frock, \v ; • - Hiidsaiid plougr.rtharo a lesson doth give; lie s.i:j.s ihtough the field awhile, 'i'u i.s i:p the tusking toil, and laughing toii—briskly can live. t.iiier, with mantle free, E. '<■ -ean fee • m t::e cooling shade like atireJ boy; v\ hfle b'sziag sues, unkind, I esve :b>; stout m;jwer blind, V. . ■ - taints the mountain-wind—he can enjoy. Autumn. when nil are doer, !,i '# • . o j"i Christian one ; i : :bd i'Hrnr ej, whir- »WU mij lis coming yetrs to bless ; '1 i a. 11. hie : usset drrst, and qrietnss*—swee...

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. — 22 November 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rw TO ADVKKTlSflKW—TheolrouletJon Jt£a Dutakh U tmm tims aa Imai Oat X UT other Daily paper la the city of Vefamond. ill it therefor* greatly «uperlor to anyotker aaa medium of xhrgrtlatng. MCHMOTIP, VA.i Maaday Maialag Nwtwlwrai, 1533. MR. LEMMON'S STATEMENT. Thia statement-develops a degree of unheard efvillainv. Itaeetns to have been, from Hie irat, a concerted acheme to rob him of his property. Is »t possible that swindling can be carried on, in open daylight, at auch a rate, aad that there is nc punishment for the offend er ? Tbestatemeirt of Mr. Lemmon leaves a very disagreeable impression upon our miud, with regard.(o the good faith ol the clerk, Mr. Ash .niead. As he ia the ufiicer of a ship trading to .a Seuthe-n port, it becomea him to clear it cp.'aa we have no doubt he can. Aa thia i:a»e has created, and is still crea ting, toe most intenss excitement throughout tfc? South, we take the occasion to lay before ©it- readers <he opinion of Judge Grier,...

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. — 22 November 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. fTRTHERFORKIUN NEWS BY THE ASIA. The new* from England presents some in reeling features. The re election of Hon. "nirles SU*w Lebevre as Speaker of the of Commons was unanimous. Mr. Ma auley.the historian, who is just recovering • r.mi a severe illness, recently delivered an ad- jrfss io the constituency of Edinburg, which ~s « ai tracted attention. Personally he is ear (?! in furor of Free Trade, and is prepared ~50 lursher towards universal suffrage than ■, onre thought it possible he should. fite Lundut. I'niies has a rather noticeable article, i 14th inst.) 11 commences bv ihat, to the "blunders"' of the \V ij-. ih ■ "undignified" conduct of General . .it.! (he "discreditable attempts" of Mr. Wcl'it r. it never mtcrtained a doubt o( the » : rs ot Puree. It rejoices that "General . rce is known to be favorable to low tariff •.•id i ut> ot trade"—praises Mr. Fillmore as , ;■>!-«-! * neither the passions nor the enthu , Mii c>f ins fclfow-citir.ens.'" Fin...

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. — 22 November 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Professor Hale akdthe Mtsterioc* Fe ■*lk.—The Petersburg Exprew of Saturday, devote* a column to the subject of the Pvofea sor and hia my»teriou« movements in connrc. tfen with the young girl whom he brought to this city, placed in a respectable louse, and deserted after obtaining (as she says) all her money. From the hipress we •earn thst tbe girl, previous to her arrival in Richmond, came on the cars from the South. and Mopped several days in Petersburg, at one of the principal hotels of that city. While there, a gentleman answering the description oi Professor Hale,called and h id a long pri vate audience with her, paid her hotel bill, and look !ier off to the cars for Richmond. Arriv ing here, he placed her in a respectable board ing house, and deserted her, as we have alrea dy stated, leaving her destitute of money and e£ects of any kind exccpt an old trunk ol iiia, containing six candlesticks, a horse blanket' and an old pair of gaiters', which articles wer...

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. — 23 November 1852

ol . -i—NO 31. r,iTTT>all.v dispatch =J A 3 A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. H JGH R PLEASANTS. Editor. "£SJi TERMS of advertising . 1 «»-*-, in?' rtion $.0 50 I 1 square, 1 month §4 00 l 4■ ' .aet rtions 075 i 1 do si months 700 ; 4 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 , a i w<wk 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 2 wtvks 275 | 1 do 1 year 3 <00 c.mmmi rHtosiire charged at the same -u ajvertJix meitt*. (■t j >-. ; i-xes or Less make a sf««rs ; longer ad- . nKn t s in exact proportion, and payable tn ad- T < V" Advertisements inserted once a week,twice „ „ or tnree times a week, will be charged SO . the fcrst insertion, End d7j cents tor each , „ance rTT M»rrir>ge notices inserted for 25 cents; Fu cot ows cents; Deaths, without obituary or f t; -„i lnviy.'jon. 12} cents. 1., 'Daily Dispatch" is served to subscribers |( a-.a a quarter tthtt per week, payable to the j.rrfer we. kiy. Prioe for mailing, #4 a year in ad- Tl " 4 Tllii WEEKLY DISPATCH 1, lehed every Friday morning, and mailed for -:r. doll...

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. — 23 November 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH^ ry TU AWVBHTIHKKM.—' Thectrc*la«oi> q'the Dispatch Is thhk* tims as large as that oT any of*er Daily paper ia the city of Richmond, n Is therefore greatly superior lo any other as a of advertising. __________ RICHMOND. VA.i Tarsdny Morning. November 33, 1553. See first page for local matters. DANVILLE RAILROAD. The following communication embraces ] matter of so much importance to the commu nity, that we violate a rule to give it a place, j The writer seems not to be aware, that the company propose, as soon as possible, to con struct a wharf, not at Mart's, but at the pre sent terminus ol the road, nnd also to throw a branch across the ■ iver at Belle Isle. Some doubt existing as lo the right to make the whaif, we learn they intend to settle it by ap plication to the Legislature. There will, as eooa as possible, be a wharf at the place indi cated—a bridge over the river at Belle Isle, and an improvement to the dock. None of these things have escaped the compan...

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. — 23 November 1852

f 11E LATEST NEWS- I i. , v.'rii on a Ckmrgt of Robbing the United State* Mail. \V tsmsr.Tc*, I>. C., Nov. 2lst.—Henry T. re lit man, a clerk in the City Post Office ~,««« arrested hire last night, charged „ i robbing the United States mail, in pur • money letters therefrom. It appears -„! letters ! otn diPerent parts of Virginia, ,-tied ).>r Baltimore, which had been sent ire Washington city post office for distri n. have been missing for some time past. - .pi.-ion was eicited and the customary n« used to delect ihe ode tiding partv, I'art of the decoy money wa« found in his -■jfssion. He was held to bail in the sum « .'tiHi, and give a brother as security for . appearance at December court. A retnar ature of the ca'c is, that the alleged er is a man of some GO \ear« of age, ~ ; -,s held several situations of responsibili L fi - ! trust, having ut one time bten a bank . ; i nee. Terrible Accident. l kTHt ntEM. Pa., Nov. 20.—A sa<! accident ■r .i: <i here this afternoon ...

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. — 23 November 1852

the daily dispatch. As Ikctahcb in Poist.—The Planter#* Advocate, published in Upper Marlboro', (P. George'* county, Maryland,) notice* the error which prevail*, or is maintained by «ome pir-. •on*, in regard to the condition of the nrjro alave at the South, and aava: But in respect of the matter of fugitives, we toave thought, that could a tair estimate be anade, as many returns would be discovered as escapes. For although there has been an immense din about the pursuit of runaways, under the net* law, yet, in reality, ther* have been very few such pursuits. And we really believe, that the voluntary return of some who had tairlv escaped or were manumitted, is a thing that has occurred much more_ frequent ly. This brings us to our "instance in point. Y\ e have before us the authority for the fol lowing statement: 'In September last, a lai.y of this county set free a negro woman [slave J and sent her, "pursuant to her own wishes, to Philadelphia. After remaining three or four weeks s...

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. — 24 November 1852

vol . 3--NO -\2 THE DAILY DISPATCH /AS. A COWA.RDIN, Proprietor - HUGH R PLEASANTS. Editor BILL'S SA K-»APARI LLA. i- •• a r *rWal».c fart, that among the hundreds of i ....•! ' ; i.v*. iat... »in h.tvit examined the recipe by v h K.iil » tparilla ih prepared. not one has con but ail approv it. and commend it in the I . - term- Many express themselves «■:. -. in the b<lief that it is decidedly the b>'st pre- I ':. i 1! >•:- <; .ii. Nt!: it li t> vit !.►-«-1. placed he t- ' p public Although there are many physicians \t: el » reluctance to having tlieir names appended t ' •• recommendation of any particular remetfy, not %>-*.iridii\2 thev may approve of it in the highest de ar.'!.»re nr.- others whofrankly \:eld their support in!.i. rot a r'mi-iiv which they know is capable of ri.j 2si much jjoort in an afflicted community. As an > . r, read the following from old and respectable ph\ - ot h.ih standing in the community in which ti'.ev live : Locisvillf., July 13t...

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. — 24 November 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ran TO AUVKKTlnKKt*.—Th.circulation of uie DisrATCH U th&kr times m large »• ,h * t of any oth«r Daily paper ia the city of Richmond. II t* therefore greatly superior *o any other aaa medium of advertising. 81CH.1IOM), >A.« Wednesday .Mon.in*, tfr. 18M. THE LEGISLATURE. The' present session of the Legislatur is one which is b g with the fate of Virginia, probably ihroug'i all lime to come. It com mences under circumstances peculiarly fa vorable to deliberation, there being no topic of peculiarly exciting interest before it the Pre sidential elcetion being over—and the public mind,except in so far as it has been excited by the Lemmon esse, enjoying a very uncommon degree of composure. Let ua hope that ihe ac'ion of the body will Up as wise as the pe culiarity of the times seems to imply that it will he. The question of prime importance which will come before it, relates to the system of in ternal improvement. Wilithe Legislature et ford to the several lines...

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. — 24 November 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. NfEKKS'l)*>'(« DETAILS REGARDING THE I Alt VIM r OK THE CRESCENT CIT? TO HAVANA. Ti c Journal oi Commerce ot Mo:, day, )jivc« iba »nn \< i par;:*ulatt if the recent viait of the Crc» ( ,■ i i',.j in ihvmia. which hi# een foretbadow ed . ur t'-h graphic diapatckea : The Crete (Mil Cityn-ru-«d • the Moro on the i t-'Hiit ».! er fiitit. t, at <1 had to ri'Diin out«idtt tr.;: n»*l morning 'lh- cUam t'i •ate lSeguado, *uich craWag off tte p< :t »i> k' the G. (.' aui.ai.. r i.»iriii ig her name v.t.rati : .i. AVer entering thepoit, v ...n''. cti >a tiai made, the captain • t th» , . r ■in.' i \ i" t>mn d Captain Dav. i - , rt that the maiUand all penoa* eou:d land,ex pt i'ur -- r South , u < .; thio Dhvi u.jort cxp'pneinj *lt.. termination < t the diffijoiuea he;*, i x c;:ti.. : <• ••■•p'aia '1 tn* jort assured him • t.t*■ i- i • ftr this tr.p but should ttr. I return ia th« tnip from Now York tin cub .M to til*' bliiki \v, H'd ifi, low pi. C...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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