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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 August 1855

EVENING STAR. fvoa Til tTAft. .10 S. J. C. Dear lady, we ?oujttiiom have met, It is rit? die** for me to say where, Thv preS'-nee i ne'er shall forget. Wide mv heart la life's rrem'ries may fchaje. I hare ,>aid thee the truest devotion, As I've a?e<t on the lii<ht of thine eye, ' And my bi?o"ti has heaved with emotion As it loPg'dfor an answering ?igh. Although Hope, with bright visions appearing, ?? e.nld sp'ezd it* {jay wing 10 my view; An 4 sweet fancies tuy Ima^e endearing .My heart would so fondly pursue.? 1 Is in vain that such fancier Allure me Or* Ihy si races and beauty to dwell: Tis in vain?for I ne'er may assure thee, That my tongue to thee never must teil. Like a vision rf heanty thou meet'st me Like a star at the setting of day! As a pie 1 ad ( soon must regime thee, Wnose * >ft beam is from *\rth turned away. J*oon thy heait, with it* treasures ox feedng, On another will freely fee ?et. And no memcry will t>'er thee be stealing, To remind thee v.e ever h...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 August 1855

1 THE EVENING STAB, PUBLISHED every afterfioobi, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) i! tit StMr B+*ld%*3t,fnur ?/ Ptmmsflvamia <md kUvtntk ilrut, By W. D. WALLACH, ITUl be *rved to subscribers by carriers at SIX &D A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly ?'J* Agents; papers serred In packages at 37# ^a-, per month. To mall subscribers the sub rrtr?on price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS ayeari?o4r?*c?,T\VO DOLLARS pr si* months, and ONE DOLLAR for three sooths; for less than three months at the rate of cents a week. ?T SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. NO. 819. THE WEEKLY STAR. This aieeUeat Faaally and Newt Journals ao talning a i;raa?sr*artsty of tateresUatf leadlu*' . w\ can be found la any other?is published oa njj* w r t ? day morning. Single copy, per inn. urn i TO CLtM. r ? %.? 15 4 . Fl?*copies .... Tea copies..... Twenty copies. irr Casi, ixtuukt i> aaeaaca. |?^ Single copies (in wrappers) caa be proi "m>* at the cocnter. Immediately affer the Issue** . 5 paper. Price?Taaia Cbwts. PosTMASTias ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 August 1855

evening star. WA8HI!r0T01T CITY: MTCRDAYAFTERMOW Aiptt 18. t?*ADmmmm should be handed is fcj U o'clock, M , otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. AflENYS FOR THE STAR. The following pemmi are ^thoriied to oon trect for the publication of advertisement, in the Star: of ThW 0wn? *? W- ?""" n^?' "k~a-M Co., Bun &xUk?V. B Pai^na, Scollay'i Building. THE WEEKLY STAB. The number for tbe week ending to-day is truly a rich number, containing, in addition to '?the Washington news and gossip," current Governmental events in Washington, and local intelligence, a variety of 8hort tales and nu merous aneedotes, together with interest ? T,Z frim *" <"UMte" of lk? "orM. Prio* 4 25 * "mr- ""<* * Single BBnbtr. ^ KOEjtrsa run The LuMtgurt^ re-pub]i>hinr apanere ?u? ~ Constitution, embraced in to*. ?f "" "Mr?kl? "-"We Fro. <">l?i>r j?o, of M?? jelwy, . Erring iS't? <*? '.ion riLoilT d'h^^ h '!"" from ?">0r?. cation, tnoehcj ? epringf,, ?; .Mriation whi?h M uTt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 August 1855

EVENING STAR. w * 1 ?' ' ?. , ? ,j. , LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Hard Km roa Items.?The correspondent of the New York Times, writing from tills city, nays: " The fever at Portsmouth and Norfolk bu produced a general panic along the Chesa peake and Potomac, and- those water courses communicating with the infected places. The terror has reached trex Washington, unques tionably one of the healthiest plaeee in the Union. There has been a general evacuation of the small towns below as for the mountains and the North?never has the political capi tal. within my recollection, been more com pletely deserted, and I cannot help perceiv ing that the fear of pestilence has its snare in driving away our residents, and keeping away visitors, though there never was less occasion for apprehension." The correspondent savs that "the (yellow fever) terror his reached even Washington," a remark which, to say the leait, has no foun dation in truth.. Instead of the <l fear of pes tilence" having '-its share i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 August 1855

EVENING star. THF. PLACl WHEBE MEN SHOULD DIE. HowUttle reck* it whew men lie, When once the moment's put In which the dim and glaring eye Has looked on earth iu last? Whether beneath the sculptured urn The coflned form shall rest, Or, in its nakedness, return Back to its mother's breast. Death is a common friend or fit, As different men may ; And at his summons weh must go ? The timid and the bold! But when the spirit, free and warm. Deserts it, as it must. What matter where the lifden form Dissolves again to dast t The soldier fail*?'mid corpses piled, t pon the battle plain, .v re*^S4 steeds gallop wild Above the noaugled slain; Liit, though his corpse be grim to see, Hoof trampled on the sod, What recks ft, when the spirit Aee Has soared aloft to God ! The cowards dying eyes may close Upon his downy oed. And softest hands his limbs compose, Or <r*rir?ent*o'er them spread; Bat ve, who shun the bloodv fray, Where fall the mailed brave. Go?strip his co#.n lid away, And see hln&g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 August 1855

THE WEEKLY STAB. This excellent Family u4 News. talnlng a gr*** ?nri?*y at interesting rending '*?"> I be found in uy other?Is published on Katnr day morning ?MB. Stagy copy, P?annum tl TO CLVM. PlnooplM to TeaeoiBae. 00 Twenty copies U (A liy Cill, IIU1UM.T 111 umci UJ~ Single copies (In wimpperm) eu be procured aft the counter, lmnM-dlateIr after the Issue of the paper. Price- Tnaai Ct*rs Posthaste. ? who act as agents will he allowed ef twenty per cent THE EVENING STAB, pCBLIatMKD EVERY AFTKHNUON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) |l tU Stmr Buildups. conur #/ Psmsffloonta arenas and Eltventk strut, By W. 0. WALLACH, flTtU be served to subecrlhers by carriers nt SIX AND A VtUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; papers served In packages at 37# cents per month To mall subscribers the sub> acripciou price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF. TV CENTS a year sis adeones, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for leas than three months at the rate of 14* cents a week. ET SINGL...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 August 1855

KVKNTNG star. WASHXSOTOy CITT: MONDAY AFTERWOO* August 90. AttttffTS FOR THE STAR. The following persons are authorised to oon tract for the publication of advertiaemeBta in the Star: Philadelphia^ B Pukie, N. W. ooraer of Tnira mid Chestnut streets. New Tork?S. M. Pbttuqiu.* Co.. Nmmm ?treet Bosiot?V B. PiLvii, Scollay's Building PPmiT OT THE KOKinWO PRESS The Inftlivrnrer regrsts exceedingly the aisjO:itioa of this Government to acquire Cuba with the consent of Spain, and explain* that Mr. D <dgc is already making efforts to that etd. if the iniormsiion, which its predicates its remarks on t^a subjcct is reliablo. The editor s.iys : '? So lou^r a time has elapsed since the pub* lio j of cotc, either in Spain or in the Ui.iudi States, hare ccascd to discuss the 2auctions ?ruwing out of the overweahing de ife of portions of our pvople to gain possession of Cuba, by lawful or unlawful means, that we had really begun to hope that the whole ic: tter was at an end. The active and rig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 August 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Railroad Travblrr?A Slight Mis *axi '?In Saturday's Star we brief j alluded to the contraction of a railway in order to facilitate the removal of the maili at the city poet office to and from the wagon*; this piece of' internal improvement" being necessaiy in consequence of the building operations in that imuedate vicinity ; and we are now en* a bled to relate an amusing occurrence in con* section with the enterprise : On Friday a stranirer happening to be loco tnoting in that neighborhood, perceived a oar ?merging from the rear of the oity post office building, and the idea at once occurred to kim that it was the railroad depot; so he asked a person standing by where he should put his baggage?which consisted of a plethoric carpet-bag. "Just throw it into the wagon," replied the person addressed, " and it will be taken oare of." The traveller acted accord ingly, and smiled, apparently delighted to rid himself of his burden. Having ascertained at w...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 August 1855

EVENING STAB. THE POOR MA1TB WIPE. Her dilnty hand hestled tn mine, rich and white, \nd timid as trembling dove; A ad twinklrd about rue a jewel of light, As she garnished our feaat of love. :Twi< the queeuliaet hand in all lady land, And the was a poor man's wife! Oh, little fe d tUiak how that wee white hand Could dare in the battle of life. .Her heirt it was lowly as maiden's might he. But hath climb'd to heroic height, And burued like a shield in defence of me, On the sorest field of flight; And,yurtling as Are, it h i:h often flashed up i n her eyes, the go?d heart and rare' As she drank down her half of oar bitterest cup, And taught me how to bear. Her sweet eyes that seemed, with their smile sub lime. Made to look me and light me to heaven, I bey have triumphed through bitter tears many a time Since their \ove to my life was given; And the m?idea-meek voice of God over my lift, Aye, bidding me climb up higher I hard'.y dared think it was human, when , 1 l^-rst looked in he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 August 1855

the evening star, TLMLlilkMM EVEKY AFTEKNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) jl tkt Star Bnildingt.ttntT ?/ Ptmujlwmi* a[M?? Md Eleventh strut, By W. D. WALLACE, W 01 be leriti to subscribers by carrier* at 81X A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; paper* served la package* at 37# ^ t per month. To mail subscribers the sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND F IF TV CEN TS a year In srfoaacs, TWO DOLLARS f*g six months, ud ONE DOLLAR for three months; for leu than three months at xe rate at cents s week. j^SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. to CLVM. Five copter .. 91 00 Tea copies ? M Twenty coplss. U7 Cask, irtUUIlt i* a>tuci 1IT Slnglecoetes (hi wrsppsv*) ?aa bs , st the counter, tiw?>dlstrty after the \mmmt of the paper. Prlr^-THsss f mm Posthastes* who art jm>< a coeamlsston of twrnty pef i NO. 821. f JH5 *? *LVA*8. WILLIAM THOMMOI. ELVANS fc THOMPSON, BliLtU n HABDWABE, COACH TBOTIHGf, *?., Jlo. 346 Pennsylvania a?f*?e, ton??ee Kintk Trnth stt, Washington, D. C. house furnishing H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 August 1855

WASHiyQTair CITY: ^_5>PAY AfmWHll 21. ?gkxt% roa the star. : Tfca following persona are authorised to eon tract for the publication of advertiae?ent? in the Star: ? ' V. B. Palmes N W nnnMr * thirt.od Chestnut W* ???r _Scw York?fl. M. PBTTUf?u,L4 Co., He^n Ec-ftor. V. B. Scollay's Building WIBIT OP THE M0WTI1TO PXX89 Union comments with a sharp and pol i^bc i [-enon the recent braggad acio speech of Senator Wade, of Ohio, deli-.ered at Portland, Maine, wherein that gentleman took oocaaion to pronounce the Wtig party dead, and to add ?that its remains * -stink," according to his ele *ttt rcrrair'ar. He was also exceedingly vituperate against the South, declaring tha' all t^-whites and bl?*ka-are slaves, and r^tcd that the abolitionists should at once f"A 'J" W?~ ?' region a. ickinc them unttl they are quiet, if thee dare to complain. He declared that the North ?nd the Sooth hate each other with all the nitterne?* of hostiie nation,, ??d though in ef feet pronouncing the Union not ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 August 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE IIeroks ii Peace are not (infrequently f >und to be cowards in War, and men, apparent ly selfish in time* of general health^ are dis e^vercd to be self-sacrificing in the hour of dreadful trial, when perti'enoe prevails, and the hearts of the bravest rink with apprehen sion. The trnth of this assertion has often been demonstrated during the prevalence of the yellow fever at Portsmouth, as we learn from private sources. A gentleman who had the reputation of being haughty, not (according to those who foim their estimate of individual character in the abeeoee of proper data) caring for the welfare cfhis fellow citiiens, moved by the distress ? pound him, at once devoted himself to the ofiet* of humanity, and, by every means in k>? power, administered to the rick and the djir/;. and even procured the deceased as de cent burial as circumstances would admit. They who farmed so poor an opinion of b's characteristic? had led ! Ue is now receiving the "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 August 1855

EVENING STAR. A LITERABY "MOSAIC." The curfew toll* the knell of parting day In every clime, from Lapland to J a pan ; To fix one sp*rk of beauty s heavenly ray, The proper study of mankind la man. Tell?for you can?what is it to be wfae, Sweet Anb rn, loveileat village cf the plain, The inau cf Roas, each lisping oabe replies, And drags, at each remove a length'nlng chain. Ah : who can te'l how hard it is to climb Par as the solar walk or milky way; Procrastination is the thief of time, Let Hercules himself do what he may. 'Tift education forms the common mind. The feast of reason and the How of soul? I must be cruel only to be kind, And \v*ft a sigh from Indus to the pole. Syphax, I Joy to meet thee thus alane, Where'er I roam, whatever lands I see; A youth, to fortune and to fame unknown, In maiden meditation fancy free. Farewell, and whatsoe'er thy voice be tried. Why to yon mountain turns the gazing eye ? With spectacles on nose and pouch on side, That teach the native moralist ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 August 1855

F*n . and J< talnlag a greatervariety af inien*ti?t; r?ding lLaa can be fouud la my other?la pubUafced wa I day morning tiuu. Single copy/per to cLca*. Ftocoptaa IS no Ten copies ?????. 6 W Twenty coptn.... If iy 1?7~ C*ta, mvaaiasLT m aovaacm. 8l?M{lecop4es (in urra??per*) can he procured at the counter. after Utf twue stf tht paper. Prtce-Taaia Cnn Pu?TMA*Tia* whoict magrat# vUi b* a Co:u*Us?1?o at ivusoty j-er rn: THE EVEITING STAR, rtULISlieU KVEKV AFTEK.MH)?!, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) Jit tk* Star Bmildingty tormtr of PennsflvaMtM ar?s?? amd JiUrentk itrtit, By W. D. WALLACH, Wtll be (erred to subscribers by carrier* at SIX ANP A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; papers served In packages at 37# cnu per month. To mail subscribers the sub ecrtptioe prtce is Til REE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year tnadvanct, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for less than three months at the rate of l >jf cents a week. CT-SfNGLE COPIES ONE CENT. NO. 822. yjH.1B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 August 1855

K V EN I NO STAR.j WASHINOTON CITY: WFDNESDAV AFTER!<V05..Aa(iil 42. should be handed in t>jr 12 o'clock. M., otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. .. ? ?" * At.fc.>TS FOR THE STAR. The following person* are authorized to con tract for 'be publication of advertisements In the Stars Philadelphia?V. B Palwir,N W. corner ?f Th'H ard Chctnut streets. New York?S M Pbttivoill A Co , Nassau ?treet. Bo*tor.?V. B. Palmer, Seollay's Building. PPIKIT 07 THE ItOBWIlTO FBE88. The Unio)i, commenting on the fact that instead i f getting the enormous majority orig inally announced by the telegraph, first 20,000, then la.OOO, and afterwards 10,000, Govornor M.irtheod's cmjo ;*y (in Kentucky) b only .about 4,0**, ?ays <l it terms cc.rr to be generally concede4 that Mr. Moonhead** majority will not ex ceed 4,090. It m:?y possibly fall as low as 3 2<i2 the majority wh;ch Ueii. ScoU obtained i?i Kentucky at tfce last presidential election. .After fr.tuas, the nio.-A deliberat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 August 1855

EVE NIN G ST A R. I LOCAL INTELLIGENCE j Edccatiosal ?Washington is well provided ?with many good institutions for tb.e instruc tion of youta and the time is fast approaching ?when the sch<d.istic duties will be resumed. In addition to those especially mentioned by -oron a previous occasion are the following ' Rittenhouse Academy, corner of Third street iir.d Loui-iara avenue?O. C Wight principal, ?nd R T. Taylor assistant. Tho ac?demic tr.*ar will commence on the 3d of September The institution has a deservedly gooa reputa tion. and the system of instruction is such as "to elicit the commendation of those mure im mediately interested in the arrangements. Cottage llome School, for young ladies, Mas sachusetts avenue, between Tenth and Elev enth streets ; the sixth academic year to com mence on Monday, the 3d of September. Miss M A. Cox principal. A very excellent insti tution. and such as parents desire for tho edu cation of their children. The Union Acadcmy, the fifth annual sr ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 August 1855

KVEN1NG STAR I WOULD NOT BE THE ONE. BT riMLKY JOHXSOX. 1 would not bp the one to cast Reproach npon a heart; Wbf?, in the c.?res of human life, l'run virtue should depart. But kindly onto it I'd speak, % A nd chase aw*y 1U wdnwss ; And change Its 30'r,?w, tjrief and pain, To plea-uie) hope and gladness. are some loving sonla w? ^ down by ?ln and care; " V.ch wp ml^ht save, by one kind word, l>om yield ng to despair; -*nd by liweet. kind, aid loving tone*, We inay dispel life's gloom. And strew, with holy fiowr* of love, The pathway to the tomb. Ah me ' Ah me, whv will we gaie ? AX ithin a l>-other * heart, And pass, unnoticed, by the good, To scan the baser part ? They see, with vision dark and dim. ' 1 ill naught without look* fair; For love and truth irn?t Inward lie J If fore they're set n ehewhere. Then if thy brother should offend, And ylve thy bosom pain ; IJpeeive Mm with th? arms of love, t nto ihv heart again ; Lei nut his soul, by unkind woids, Ffoin Its repase be d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 August 1855

? THE EVENING STAB, H7IL1SHEO EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) tkt Star Butiitnct, cotmit Pta?ifitnia attmmrn and EUvtntk llritt, By w. D. WALLACE, Will b? served to subacribers by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the A genu; papers served In parkage* at 37 ^ omtn per mouth. To mall subscribers the sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND PIF. TV 0ENTS a year ia advantt, TWO DOLLARS for tlx months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for leas than three months at the rate of ]9)f cents a week. \ZT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1855 ELVANS fc TH( MPSOPI, D8ALKRSJ 9 HARDWARE, COACH IRDIXIirOS, Ac., Ns. 3i? PeaniflTtata avenue, utvt? iVi?(4 r??(% 1(1, IVajAmf to*, ZJ. C. HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE Britannia. German Silver. Alhata and Sflw Pla ted, Tea, Table and Dessert Spoons Carver* and Forks, Steels, Knives with and with out Forks Brass. Britannia. Block Tin and Plated Cairile stlcks, Shovel and Tonga, Waffle Irons, ?ad Irons Mart...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 August 1855

KV ENING STAR. V A SHIHOTOK CITY: T?VKSr?AY \FTKRMWO!< Aagait S3. AHIATS rOK THE STAR. The f .11 wii)4 persons &re authorized to eon for t-b* pah|ic*tt'?B of advertisements in Ihfa Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmxr, N. W. corner o/Tiiir.l and Chestnut street*. New York?8 &l. I cttikqillA Co., Miwan ?Ut et. UoftoG?V. C. Palkkv, Scollay's Building. FFHUT OF TIE MOBICHTG PRESS Tl:* ln!tlhg(nctr, discussing the current inrui i"n? into the territory of Mexico from tbit of Ttxtf. says: " lii ar otl.cr column our readers will find seme further particulars concerning the iiites tine war waging on the Mexic n side of the R. Orar.de, ard of tho part which bcdies of tu. t. fr n the l-nited States. und?*r a military organizat uu. i ro taking in it, Sf * auxiliaries' to tco bands on the other wide of the river in rv'"elli >n a:r?.in-t tbo existing government of Mexic". it is liiffh timo that the attention of the American public should be called to the feature.- of this ruthless preda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 August 1855

EVENING STAR, LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tbe Fevbb I*fbctbd TJISTRIC TS .?Ports mouth is situated on the ?outhwest side of the Elisabeth river; End at the commencement of the fever the population was about twelve thousand. Qosport is s?ath of P nrtsmouth, a marsh. a third ot - mile iu length, intervening, and thai locallj separating the two. The population was about two thousand. Thej are under the sama municipal government. The navy yard. it is well known, is at Gospott. The epidemic first appeared in Gosport. having been brought thither by the steamship Ben Franklin from St. Thomas, and the first case occurring on the 2oth of June last, and the second case on the 4th of July, and the third case about the 20th of July. Since that time it has bt en spreading, although the physician.- are generally i greed that it is not contajrious The opinion of Drs. Stone and Pennistoo, of New Orleans, is, that the number ?t deaths is smaller in proportivjn to population, in Portsmouth and Norfolk, than ...

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