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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

: : - THE USJKg OF EXTRAVAOAKCK. , . . TliosS best pbssibla som-ces of infortaa tto i, •tlie'newspapers, inform'th' e public that agroit fele champ ' etre: had teen yvea'at Kwpolt, ,B. I., by Mr. TPETiioBE^a millionaire, to compliment Mr. Peabodt, (he London banker. Considoriug the diicriminMiog, yet luuniflcent manner, in which Mr. Peaeodi has diaiiosedjof »larga^portion of bjaimmenso wealth ,'during his. brijf return-visit to his native land,' few will be ao ill-natured as to deny that he is worthy of -All hdnor. 1 ' In the" present' inatancs it ' caiiio ih i'yery pleasant way. ' Two 'thousand ,fl^e littndred other individuals wero made tappy On thatjoccasloh , and, butfor gome, ollffljjulty jojf JfcceKj, from . i$W. , Toris, -an additioaai live hundred who were invited wojUd have assisted «B;tUe occasion./ : •;. . ;,it '., .-.. ' ..I- j < i VVepassby the account of Mr.iWsTvOKE's 1 i villa; ' the Chateau niu-Mer—a stately 1 edifliJe, It ,ifpiild . appqar,' y et l4»nfflc...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

• ' • ¦¦ '¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ;;- t ; : ' ¦¦¦ '-nrri. i, -i . : 1 -Fpr the ¦ Amerlean, Ajsademy. of. Musio,, Mr. J3. AxMarshall luw. engaged,, tltrqugh Max Ma-¦ fieimk, th,e,flu9lbsiHet.troupe which, under ^ig. IiorRoMan!,of,-Twiq and,LpQaon,have obtained esHaoraimHy rippularlty ' in Europe. ;Ttoy,wi|i;anjjWi)ifeeftU:. 'V ' , ' , ' -The AnnuTBBdriefit.'of the Atnorican Dra-.UiitioTuod S^ii ' t*«r l plW at Niblo'S, 1 • New York/ohtli^ 29tB Iri«t. -1 ¦'" ' ¦ ' ' The • •TUitamm'-Xt! lively ' theatrical daily, -edftisd'by.Mi-. Charles MflLwughlin, at New '^•drSy' saysv:: i-- -i\ -..-.-•. ¦ .-.,.-. . ..; ri'Mst hweUkm'dit that Mr. j8S,i:Maederjlitta ¦ 'been ronuested'to.organize an-English Opera conjpany^with Miss Behrend ai the prtoft don. oa.k ^ -HehasitJie.siilijcct undor consideration, :J>ut w}llpj;pbab)y decllno the task.?? ' . ;¥r;jW,E.i Burton, of New York ' , has ar¬ ranged to give a season of. six . representations pf, }he Jtal;ftR%Opera,at,hlp 1 t]ietttro,,c6niinenoiii g * ()...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

of resort for the pieasure^eekmg portion our population,, and at present there are upwards of too hundred guests at the elegant hotelwhich U charmingly cm bosomed among tho hills of Napal ' 'A difficulty 'occurred in the Sazarao saloon,'on Clay itreet, oh the morning of the 5th inst., between Willis Conethe proprietor, and James MoCleftry Q drdonl The latter struck the formeror tripped him down several times, whereupon Willis drew a pistol and shot Gordon; the ball entered the right armpit, passed downward through the right kidney, and lodged in the bone3 of the hip. WUlis gave m'mself tip to the' authorities. Gordon was .removed to Dr. Cooper's ' eye infirmary, on Mission street, where he died on the 6th inst., at half-past six o'clock P. M. Deceased was a native of Baltimore, aged twenty-four years. lir. Wodena native of Baltimore, was thrown from a horse at the Mission on tho 4th instant, and it is feared fatally injured. A highly respectable ltdy, named Kiehardjon, was found. ...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

imPORTANTFBOM COSTA BICA Dicision in Regard to tit Nicaragua Transit Ro«t&—Grant Given to R. CWtitter andJ. C- Harris—Nicaragua Gives h*r -Adhesion 13 the fitmtract—Treaty BttwetnCIUU and Costa Rica ' ' ' ~ - ' ""' ¦ ;.-.-; The Costa Eicon confidence was re-established, and affairs bod assumed a heiUhy aspect: 1 v '' A courier arrived at Salt Joae. o& ih& 231 of ^uly bringing the sews that the right of wajOTet tho NicaraguaTransltBoute nod been ' granted to^B.. C. Webster and J. C. Harris, son-bMaW ' of-Charles Morgan. Nicaraguait is said, ii » party, and gave her consent to the contract.. -Tne .onljf information we bave been aWe to obtain on the subject is contained in the folloirap letter of-the correspondent of the New York Herald, dated B»o,Joje, Co3taKioa, July 23th: Since my last communication the final veto has been put upon the straggle for the. right of. waj over the Isthmus of Kioaragna, by oag ^ PHeldent giving the grant to his old ally, Mr. ...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

FURTHER PROM CALffiORNli.; , (PEB CESTJulTraBlrirAT SJW JORKj ' ; ¦ATe ' give ' s, brief Not ice, yesterday, uadegthe tfllegraphlo head, of the arrival of Ibe steamship Central America it New York, with two week J' 'later news from California. Our regular fil« hav« ajnoo com« to hsndj from wiioh we gle&a the folilQWlng details of thpnows: . ' The TJnited State* st»amer GranadaS. £ d ' riflin,jx>miiiiin(ler , sailed' from' Asnlttwail, Auftut 3, at (TP. M., for Havani,.with thaii«I]s and pasaeegera for S«w Orleans..,,-.. fTj - Her Britannia Majesty's steam sloop Tartar, off Asplnwall. ' ' ' * * .-•' •*< '< ' * ThoroyrU mailstotmei Wen^ arrived at Aroln-?wallAuiust 3from.3an JTuan del Korte. Edward McGuire, scaminMm the Unit«4 St»t«3 «hip Ind6p«ndonee, fell fverboard on the uSjrtit it ,.the!SUjfint.,»nd.w»f^nmed. ; .- r ,• T . In Nicaragua quiet istthe order pf, the day, and affairs are assuming a hesltiy tone. 1 ' The two die >tat«rs rJI»rtluei an...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

. LiaHi-HoosB.AppowTKENTS.—L. H. Belknap, at Asbtabula, 'Ohio, $400 per annum, vico Saxton Bigelow, removed. . ! ' John Bolton, at Sunken Rock, New York, $350 per annum, vice Jacob P. Waggonar, removed. '- ' , Franoitf Henry Bathburn, at Beaver Tail, Rhode Island, $800 per annum. . David K. Farnsworth, at Ntish's Island, Katae, $860 per annum, vice Daniel Curtis, removed. • : - ' A. Johnstoh, at Lloyd's Harbor, New York, $360 per'annum, vice John S. Wood, declined. ; ¦ ' ¦;-¦ ' ¦ . John D; Reynolds, at Isle-au-Motte, New York, $200 per annum. _; ; '; NavAi Obdebs.—Lieut. Jas. G, Maxwell has been ordered to the sloop-of-war Cyans. Lieut. Thomas C. Harris has been detached from the recoiving ship at Phiiadolpfila. ' ¦' ' ¦ Meiit. Jas. B. HcCauley has been ordered to relieve Lieut..Hirrls. , ' , Surgeon S, Rldoii ' t Addison has been detached; ffoin'.ltlie ' Cyano . 'and Surgeon Wheelwright has'teeb ' orderedto . relieve him. ' ^ Surgeon J.O'Oonrior Barclay has beenore>ed to...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

THE ELECTIONS Kshtdokv.—The Louisville Courier gives all the senatorial districts with the following result: . American members holding over, 13; American members elected in 1857, 7—total 20. Dcmocratic ' mcmbers holding over, 6; Democratic . members elected in 1857,18. American majority, 1. , ft wlll.thus bo sijcn that tho Americans have t majority 'of one in the Senate. Sonio of those members, however, who hold over, represent districts which- are now largely Democratic, and may feel disposed to obey the will of their constituents. Tfie House of Representatives will, from tho evidences-before us, stand about as follows DonjocratB and Old-lino ' Whigs59 j Americans, Hi which will give a Democratic majority of .1? on ' joint ballot—abundantly large for oil purposes.' ' , ' " . ' The American* elect saveralof their senators aiid representatives barely by the skin of their teeth. ' The seats of several of the American members enumerated In the above list, we understand, will be ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

' ^TllO .-W.WHfV5M6S will bi oondttrted iipoi K»«on»l gfi^^^fM^ tljrlljjte^^i^s touSjfognartlo^of ^^»»f^^S^|i ^4-6tiii»r t« form, for iftorafan Old Wmld.Mia^the New : ilomeatloIntelll ii »^iltr*<)»IKJ*l'«>i«»««on88<ldr««;> l - ........J0,«l .Tfenty »p»«, pt om,.«p Mtasia of «»<*< lubKil- / : > ¦ijj>ps;««*i,f«J«p4mi;^,.a, l ;.,.j.^ M , I .i. -,....ij» «^&R^8teSl. * * tft»*i^«Hfajri«y^i. »»:»ni:.w4.)>», s SJ6»*«ji?,tt»Ka»^f-««f th^jfltiib,, f . ' t ,;,,i.: ^ W^^^il^ .^Uttoft'iii ^ktli'tM^iHvo i^^KS 3*iV'>sa ' wJ5f-^|iif. -" sri||^,i ifiS)1 '.'i ' . ' - r' J,- : ; r* : ' •

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

¦ IHl'EKESTIHG *ROSt *E W ! cfi)E*A:i>i. :' We hive Panajna dales ia tbe' 4t&." ot-Jakrei-— The new law relative to the seeari^r ano^. «4mji"«- trationot ailairafin th.« ' Isthmus,'(&n"ite<i 1 «*t of, ?W>b *jU b«J!<»na in U>« httar otw.ttnmiorxdent.) whiethad noised the Congrasst Bogota gave much, dissatisfaction ' tb' the i»iopltr, : aSifOie ¦E^£ S^2K8£2& r!i * *- -Whilst veadmlt that matMrs tad trriv«d»t«U! a »t»le on tils Iitbmut thaf» .oh»og6 bw«n« »iso lutely necusaryi we are very adci'liclineif to donbt Whether tha neir lair rala^Te. to fcl*axajri'y and the arrangement of national affairs," which the CoD/rre.a »t Bogota hmj>st p*»«r,'l»'««Int!*- teitoeffeet the improvement: inMjired ^ f^hi.Uw appears to us a very crude, hastily gotten upulja3ged piece of UgWation, the tmdancyWt5»tii: will be to render matters here mpn diScultotarrangement, eomBlieate to' an enormOM-exWiaHhe already too eotnpliosted systemf of....

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

CGMMJJNIGATI^M ¦ rFor .theProM.]! -, „ , - : •'" ¦ ' "- ¦ '.'.'-./. ¦; J . „ ;, UI(ITE ' » STATE? " MgST. r- ' ' .; ' ; fcf In your history of the t^nitod' Stota? ' Miit if yoqr firstJteM. you say the Dnjfea Staloi'Miffl Ka?.tnBtHuWin 1792, and theaWTedntelj nSft fljy inonVioDoJ at the a»lte 6f'i/ie6h»r»Hoii. 'r<' rM» B a work on tHo Coio» of MinSnohiiettk,*m)Stwt Felt; israeft . in 1939, it say) the Unif«f Wmi-Vim «8«iii!*ltat«4 l 06WBsi MVh, : lTC«,Vt « V0?Atft|,S 'iSB - tWttydent'iri'oarniapW-^h'tljb j®& tsseeemgSm to tthich'Ttferetttia'-INU made inthS irtfalo 'ipijt 1 h ^^^ roo1^^rfe^«!''WeT» K »1fioVae confederation,,provious to (he adoption of (IioConotituUcpn,.Bnd didnatarsntuate. In any practical remits. On the 2d of April, 1792, tho codo of laws was enacted under which American ooinngowat fini Issaed. No" coins whatovcr voro, Israod by t/ie. Genera! Government previous ,.to 1793, ' Indeod, tho Mint was not fully ih operstlon until January, 17$!. " The...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

, The Lawrencebnrg Register states that within the last few weoks nine men have been arrested in Ripioy county. Indiana, for passing oonnterfelt money and having in their tossesslon bogus coin and counterfeit bunk bills, with intent to put them inolroiil»tlon. Fivo ef'the number fciivo also been arrostad as principals and accessories in burning thb store of Jtora. Oliapm 'an A Utiofclns, at the Pie ' roeville station 0" the Ohio and Mississippi railroad, The 'namet of the parties arrested, us neatos daafiio recollected;are as follows:; Two briiOiew named Fostor,'JojtZachftrloh'toylssy, Button, Campbell, n«, and two brothers named Wiley, who hove bsen held to bail forthWaj* pearanoe at tbe , noxt term of tho Ripley oiroaft &/»&< ' . ' ¦ ' ¦ ¦ , - „ " . ' :.- ' . - , ' ¦ ' ,j Thio ' Boliyw. ' .(Tenn:.) Oemerat of the 4th hutha folltnting-.iSomu wnek or. two Jlncs two. brotheraiiAd a mi»undor»tandlng at Saulsbury, aadoneeholtheother, add. eyed threatened to sho...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

Bunions Fbksiikt in the IUmtak Biveu — We learn from the Newbrtin wicker, of Tu»Bd»y, that the heavy rains 6r Monday aftoi-noon and evening navo produced quite a rise In the waters of the Btirltan, it having rlson opposite this city this morning some four feet above (ho usual high water markand completely hiding tho tow path Botwoon the oohal and rivor. Wo loftrn that tho dam belonging to the Delaware and Hnritnn Oanal across tha 'Barltan romo live miles aboro this olty, was completely curried away by the pressure of tho water some too during tbo nlglit. Thinwe fear, will seriouBly interfere,with tho running of thojfiic. tdries alovo tho bridge, as they were supplied in part with tho waters from the lUritan thraueh the dam. The water at 12 M. to-day was subsiding, anil a porflon of. the ioyj path had bocomp visible, ' A Present for Prfildoul Buchanan. ' A tingular tnarkod cane,' of Oregon growth, most Ingeniously earfed With a pettkolfeu to'be presented to Presiilont Buchanan; b...

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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

' < ' foiifai ow, rb% $*& $** JSqsyistBfa P*»" fjfMrtrThe 'idltiC of; the Washington' Statt ' t, lias inquired at the.War Dsp»ttment,inr«gird U ! 13teM6rm i miaidr of certain sert'«yin^ ^rtle«:lhrNebrMkW'>nd'bw'lfeirnea tijat no, United States oncers " are «t twrtijne'nUikJBg purveys in ttat-rogiQa;4n " def . the, Msplces, of: ihg^yftrnmwirTSej.' jndtvlduaia^rirdefjd must have ;folbnge4; .to;parties; wnployim^bj the Territorial authoritieB, and not by.tho O. o. . yirUmsnt, i. - ,(: ' . -. r ,. ¦- .; .' ¦ ¦:,:, ¦ ¦ ! . ; , ; V ' : \;' 7 : '-\*KolIlfa^*k;; i ^, -f; '" '/! ... - - ¦ .,; - . v-i ;; ,,;: >:'$atxm*&mm«i There Is busy note* of preparation In u$ thfiatm cal*nd musioal world, if half of ,,tho goo4.%ln« »ro given.na U»ns we pnnnts«d(He, w,,yorki«i|t # oortain whSt if meant hyta'rmiarras di WrAAtjW Noit MdndiA||nt, Veetvali thtf ntagolfliioat^ehji of the inooa^Pnb le figure and contralto volecjj tho origlmil ^nce ' na whon'the Trovato...

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

The jail at Crawfordsville, Ga., was destroyed by fire on the night of the 6th inst., and s nogro priMBBr burntto d«ath, •

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

THE CITY. A Sad Sight—We saw yesterday afternoon, at the Central Police Station, » young " man sf very respectable family, who was arrested on the cfittrgfi of larceny. A fewyears ago hewas anlndustrloul student at ooUege, and for a little youthful Indiscretion he was expelled—sent Into busy life with this disgrace hanging abouthim. Away from home and friends , he formed the acquaintance of evil oompanionB, and a love of strongdrink was at once aoquired. Lost to all parental restraint, he relinquished bis books, and to-day, though ho hai just reached man's estate, be bj In our prison walls. a confirmed drunkard , ohargod with crime! We thought, as we gated on the young m»n, afler he had been committed by AldormanEnue , of the Insidkfflferogress of intemperauce , and Its influence upon M still early days. How vainly its viotims strive to break asunder .its unyielding fetters, and, while contending, are staruok down by its iron hand, and hastened, rapidly hastened , to the dark gl...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

:'I{s*'-. >'" "NIliaon.STHIOKIiAKl) , ' f :-.v,t? 'i-WS^W'S^ft W^f''-;-V '-'- ¦VVi..V: :' -.¦ ¦ ;, •' ¦ -v t '¦ . : , ^s#iJBri»^oiUi? Md The ,ITses,bf Extrev/i-. W:^mM^J|pW) l^4BB?B» FEES*; '.;-. -j ; K ? .isf3#£f*>'fc«f i jfcektr.wper, which, while ;:,; ;:;v;-; ;^i^i»^^;^re^« «nd : tf«^» of ' -i'V - V?';I^^ S^kV*i^*^Wi 'W?^* bl l^ , ' • ^«S «^£- jou^! .n ext*n»WeclrcuUUon lD -1 V - -* ¦= i ._".¦• " '"1"1*C". a%rll m"V ^¦. r't -At. - a- _ _ « -^»*»~ ***>« fi * . ,; ' : »n«l intokethete|f«ffoWa of eUWtibehWi; ,; ¦;.-- ^edginj in return,» conslrtent »nd steady \ ,; .: ' ;;-;; -%;,^^^i^^^nf»:^t^jci>(!eiij '{ -¦ ' • " ' ¦;¦;,- -H' f^iu^^m^^' eM^bi^meiiaMyitiil;, b> '£¦' / r!)JCJMM^^^i^^!|ptf^DMi^S* e^tti^|> ' %/. {/;¦> ' i5;'^fi Ffafe^tiaU.JtJLlilil^-^oBlng ' eTctitf, ' (&&£ ' ^^^^/We^n. i^i^s^p^ ta, ipp|l SfP*»x-v wfr-fi**J$ >*>•> • "ih?.. SpWtiOf'lBqufi y. : ji r"j-^- .^vij'i^ejaiiijrt'riw^ s...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

t;;- . ¦ •. ' >¦' ¦ -p\ i y:iiew£iiii' ^ntiiirEcia.;} " j -: _ :¦ ;->.. -. ,:, ,iy,'JWMfo *^>* .9f oprcitizens JmTebfionabsent ¦ ' ' - ¦ ¦ , - ' ' ••lloj'iiig:tl)«in»clVes : *i ihp :T»rioQs itsteriDg-. V •.-- ^ • ; ;: ^i»mbi«1 .tii^er «Mrt», the cool iiidaf^ee--' f- >-^. ' \f& Jto^f«teV|6i%to' pi6wa!ed5diiri^i(iJra8, fv. ' - : Ot ! llp!l^3!f!^^^?B^;^|fi9?»1^>««il^ "• ',:* - - ^Utl ^ cl^ ^ l»r^ e cl»s« of our businewi meh' '¦¦> ' < ; - " ' '^¦W^^^fef^ S^^' .:''!*!*?'' " *w«1» fc.;..!; ' ,'; w^Spsij^itsloaittfpi;»HhV-ctonfeiiiinto of;toiay Ik- " :i'. t ' ' " .4;/j *?|^^?^*1 |O , ; '•K* "CJn*ewfW li5 i'n . -'..;BeeiBg '$¦' ¦ '- . - . ' .- ¦i~:- -iiw»5iesw^ | 'i ' •*-^ t ' - -T**|w V/fisWoo^ble; , ; .r^ :-:::; ,: #^^*a in : the'^o:uhtfln8^ ; ViUo3ni of •ft?/:, 1 iy^^w*p' ; .f| h ? r *^* > »/ b ? ? ''^ 0 '< vf t **^i W»*'pr rfc-- ' - " ', -; ; -W«^^W w »b»nteei«m;*Wefc' «M-ciBifW»' to »;-:,. ! " - ' ¦:^'fc'* ; v:*...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

r .. '' tKo^: 'mi^e^t0s. ' ; - ' . " ¦ ' ' , ' • ¦ ¦' f Ooinsiiioadenoecf?hePww,J ,.' ., ' ' " WAsqiKOiotr, i,»ga»t M, 185T. ' Next to tie outbreak in India, in importance, is tho condition of the ootton-growing Interest to the people of Qrett Britain, and to tho murafacturtng world. In fengUnd the consumption of cotton an-Dually is 900,000,000 poanda, 700,000 Tiork-piKiple are eifjjaged in'the trade, and a population of from 3,000,000 to 4,000,000 are Indirectly dependent upon it. At tbAbcginnlng of 1857 (here was on hand a stock of iW material equal to about twelve woeka' oonsBtnptun. Cotton boa risen 86 per cent, within the last two yearn, and the corresponding rise la the manufactured article is not more than from 20 to 25 per oent. The supply Is not equal to the demand. A few yean ago a movement was started for the culture at cotton la Algeria, and with what sucoess will be seen by a Btaidkit just recelvod from John J. Mahony, Enq^, Cosntl of the United States atAlgion. He ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

ftfregMi. MsriiOK ton toi nus.] WinBaoiox, Ang.lO,HH.-Iut)ieile»ta of Mr. D0»- JIH, late Becretsrr ot the Nivy, PhlWeIplil» interests loitittwtrleai. Be serer failed, when ctllod upon, to respond to the call of our citizens. 1 am glad to perceive-that the employees of the Ooverniusnt from North OaroUne ' hare culled a moetlngfor ihopurpose of paving aa appropriate tribute $oh!< memory. ¦ < Among the candidates named for Chief Engtuser Mirth's places are Ke«r».ARgniBiLD,Kiitkll,Q*r, and others.' A great effort Is nuking lu favor of Niwblu—with what «ucce»)reBi&lnsto b« seen. * The project of building light Iron vessels, which commends Itself to the mercantile marine, Is now seriously considered by the Secretary of tho Havy, and deserves to be presM by P«cnsylvanla through its most influential men. It It said thai during Mr. Bocbis«n'b slay at Bedford n> met a number of distinguished men from the Bouth, all of whom ardently supported, hifi Kansas ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

A gnat rMA ,:»{ ' itn>Mhi#3lf« VMw«fe«». FnocV Mi iigttth b^lffiiiiUd sjiditkmsi attraction to the "Cop Day" Prior and Prioress came 'tof . 'Enrianal yilli a vwt nipotitttiBj while Florin and llonarqne ware not naksowsi t«> Usou-The Americans r«*rd«d tit Meaes of ana of Uwir borea* with, no IHtlo eoBSdence; aad it saajrtJr * oonitawd that, aitioiigh Prior sod Prioress TOT ., oreM .toa^fc d so formi^le. thiw 'S nt of - "what.alHRtha Amerkans? 1 ' wifijaiMd by many voices. It was reserved far Frakoe, however, to bear off the honors of tha d*yJCoaanrua who ran third tor the cap lost year, wiiniog it on the present sojasion after one of the moat exeiUnc finuhos ever witnessed ' -; . ' 'The-Esglisb horses made no inglorious exhibition,- and '/.performed" sufficiently well to snsuin their hisrhrrejaUUro. As oar description of.tha race wiU show, the encounter was marked by a casualty, which mi^ht have been as lamentable at that which ooouxred last year for the Goodword st...

Publication Title: Philadelphia Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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