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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

the egoowooa commas a less. ' TheSew To^ k 2S' «»«h»sUiefollo»iiig,<»/rojoj of thaloeaiity of therecmt-racate '^gaggpy '! ~ pH ri^^^V—^S^tf informal breaklut si—House, which. toM have been pleasant enough but tor the British esstomsofthe lido-table-a cultcfsiwhich UimniMnt ly agmaklewith oarraate, bnt without tctm (ud itlsthethinctoamictBanrvcntcat breaklast) it •imply an odious bore. After breakfast we ait off with a fdurln hand for the races.' Tou cant iatt-«(»« anyftlof loveUcrthaa the country-rallii jSnriantTMag»a wHb. akaadant gr«i, and hV ken with c amps of treMaod thtSMOtpktoiqaa poMibio crotUgea. Tua road was alirs wflk iSSrs, Ues, ooaohei, dog carts, and an hr.ajri.iiti. things on wheels. I declined the oomptny of the ladies and rod* with o» the dickeyho under caver of a Boneless paoion for U» noxious weed, and I under the pretence of alpve of theplctaresone. ThobraetydowMofSujsexare glorious indeedand the swift notion was delightful. We howled up to Goodwood House...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

: : BRITISH INDIA. ' ' . The insurrectiop. at Delhi appears to he something more than a.mere emtute of the Bengal Sepoys at some fancied insult to their religion, or at some aggravated act of martine ' tism on tlie part of their European officers, characteristic enough ' of those fresh ' from England., While it may be accidental as to the point where it first nhows itself, it Is now most ' likely to turn out to bo the development of a deep-seated discontent—spreading from the Himalaya to Cape Oormorin, and from the Indus to the Brabmiputra^-foirienting all the native races, and classes, who have, through a century and a half's oppression of, a detested mice of conquerors, at least, been ground into a| hombgonelty of hatred.. 'If'*?, intensity and vigor of this discontent and hate inay not best be shown and sustained from, ou«k centre i\kt ) a volcplnij , then i) inay burst fortKfrom a thousand poiws into a general conflagration over the whole of Hindostan. ; • ' " Among the native...

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Id= 73 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

, IMPORTANT FROM HAVANA. Commercial Fault—tUanuc at Banks Aatthet Haver Ca»tme4. The itewm'ji p Empire City, John McOowu commander, from Mew Orleans August 6. ' and Havana the 8th, arrived at New Turk yesterday morning. On the 9th Inst., at 7 P. M.. in latitude JT 30, longitude 79 40the Empire City passed steamer Illinois, honca for Asplnwall. ¦ There haa been quite a panic at Harana, in con: sequence of some of tho racently?establl««,e4 banks having suddenly stopped payment j hut owing to the assistance of the Government, the public mm. fidence was again restored. It wu rumored that the Spanish war-steamer Guodalquiver had captured a slaver off the ocet end of Cuba Among the passengers in the Empire City is Mr. Wm. Sidney Smith, Britishoonrol at Trinidad do Cubaon his way to Montreal with the remains of his wife, who died in Cuba, over a year ago. The steamship Granada, Captain Griffin, Iff H» vana on the 3th inst., at 3 P. M>> f p-f JC** Y«r<:v The slave t...

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

(from the New York Pott of last evening.] . THE BOND STREET AFFAIR. ? ' aira. Cunlngham ajaim iB-tae-Tombe.. Until to-day, Jin. Cunningham has been suffered to remain at the honse ao. 31 Bond street^ alleging that she was too 111 for removal:- She has been under the special charge of Captain Dilktof the Fifteenth Ward Police, acting as agent of the Warden of the City Prison, to whuh the hod been formally committed by the warrant of Jostle* Davison. This morning, however, so chasoe of h . er obtaining bail remaining, it was resolved to remove her to the legitimate place of eonnnemest—the Tombs. P(-/h»ps the action of the authorities wu a little haatened in the matter by the following ' • .... i I.ETTKB PnOU lf&. EDWAB08. " Dear Sir: As counsel and attorney for some of the heirs of Harvey Burden, I have lone been desirous to secure possession of the house ao. 31 Bond street. ' ' ; "As I gather, Justloe Davbon ha. itsaWtll warrant of commitment against Mrs. ,C»m«iignam, and...

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Id= 58 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

morrow, . Yellow Fever at St. Mary'r. ; AootiBn, Aug. 13.—A case of yellow fever is reported at St. Btary's; a boarding-house keeper hu died. The fever was caught from the crow of, a Spa&iah nh{p. The Suipemion of N. H. Wolfe k <-'o. NiwVok, August 13,—The liabilities ofMeun.N. H. Wolfe it Company, whose suipension has been announced, were upwards of a million of dollars, Th« auipeuelon wu caused by the stoppage of a large house In Rochester. Later from Mexico. Nnw Yobi, Aug. 13.—The Prtnsa, of Havana, received by the arrival otthe Empire City, contains datei from Mexico to the 20th of July. The revolutionists in the neighborhood or Lake Chalapa, who were intended for service in Lower California, had rebelled against the military leaders of the country. Go&alderable skirmishing had resulted, and the mutineers were still at large on the 6th. TJie ' revolutionist, Miguel Oorreo Bravo, who was capturf I by the troops of General Alvaroi, was shot In Ohulpancle...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

MISS MADEtEINK SMITH. We had five minutes' conversation, yesterday, with an intelligent Scottish gentleman, who- left Glasgow on tha 29th ult. lie mentions that the general feeling In Scotland was m favor of Madeleihe Smith. It was generally considered that she was more tinned against than sinning, and It was not supposed that sbo really hacT committed murder. The trial took place at Edinburgh, usd sot in Glasgow, (where Bhe lived, and whoro tbe alleged crimo was eaid to have been committed,) bwsause so much excitement prevailed in Qlasgoir, that tbo proceedings oould Aoarcoly bare been carried on there with necessary decorum. It is true that a very large fund was raised by subscription to defend her. She bore up with apparent sang fraid and gelf-postegiibn during the trial, yet, though she sat seemingly unmoved during tbe public reading of her love-letters, her pulse, when taken buck to prison, was as low as twenty-eight. Hor family wore reputed wealthy, but could scarcely be c...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

CAMDEN AFFAIRS The New Lodge*.—Tho German Lodge of Odd Fellows, instituted lnourcUy, on Wednesday afternoon, has commenced operations with the most flattering prospeota ahead^-a number of the most respectable and Influential German, of the city having eonneoted themselvei with it, ' In compliment to the memory' of the distinguished Arctic, explorer, it haa been named tbe " Kane Arctic Lodge," and will be known numerically as li» of the State. At a Kition, held on Wednesday evening, thirty-six members were; admitted by Initiation, making their total number forty-one. The officers elect are a> follows: W. G., Levi Bechraoh; V. G., Win. JIago; Secretary, Julinj Bok; Assistant Secretary, John Hurtleln; Treasurer, Emanuel Schneider. Caraden and Gloucester Counties Agricultural SoeUtits—The fourth pnnusl fair of the above Society ia to be held on the 15th of Septem. ber in (Voodbury. A liberal list of premiums hai been prepared by tho committee, and competitor from all sect...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

Washisqtok, Aug. 13th; 1857. Orders have been issued for % body of four hundred and fifty recruits to march 1 from Fort Leavenwortb, Kansas Territory, about tbe 5Ui proximo, to reinforce tbe regiment of mounted lifiemcn feud the third regiment of cavalry serving In New Mexico. Several of the officers of these regiment*, now on leave of absence, will avail themselves of thii escort to return to their posts. . A board of officers, to be Composed of Lieutenant-Colonel B. L. Beall, First Dragoons; Major Heiry Hill, Paymaster; Captain Thomas Duncan, Mounted Bifles; Captain Henry Hetb, Tenth Infantry; Captain Thomas J. Breretoo, Ordpanoe Department, and First Lieutenant John Gibbon, Fourth Artillery, Is ordered to assemble at West Point, New York, on tbe 17th inst., to make trial of breech-loading rifles with a view to ascertain whleb is best rafted for military service. An Informal cabinet council was held to-day — The regular council will be held to-morrow. Now that the President ha...

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

j-?florfi>ii, ender tbe com irfeiced and obliging Oapt. Kel >y, will m»ko tnbther emunlou to Cape May and -the fiihing-baukl.on Batnrday next, the 15th. We : advise all lovers "of pleasure to avail themselves of this opportunity for a fflpst delightful trip. Setigned. ^W e)saD' fi^t Dr. George Hewston, the Professor of Anatomy in the Philadelphia Collego of Medicine, %os resigned. The college will meet with a loss i ~ the resignation of this gentleman. He has held this position for several years past. ' ,.,,;, . ¦ American City Legislative ComtiHm.—Upon the adjournment, of ^. the,. Cqnnty., Conve9fti.5,.tS9 delegates from the old city proper organized for the purpose of selecting a candidate for Senator, in the place of Charles B. Penrose, deceased, aud four candidates for Assembly. Mr. J. E. Martin was called to the chair,. and George.W. Hooker appointed Secretary. General nominations for Senator, were then made, as follows: William A. Crabbe, S. S. Bishop, Alex...

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

[Jrrom the London Times.] The Goodwood Cup. The Qoodwood Cup for this year is really what It professes to bo—a cup, and not a palm troo, a group of pugDOolous warrior*or flying steeds. Ills a noble vase of exodited silver In the ornamented orrmaimanre style of the sixteenth century, and isbeyond uli doubtone of tbe most effective and artistic imitations of tbe mediaeval silver work which has yet been produced. Tbe upper part is subdued and simple in style, being only ornamented with flat engraving of ivy loaves and berrlos upon a bright matted ground. Tho handles form an altogether novel and striking combination, and are so interlaced in the quaint elaborate style of tbe renaissance period us to present the effect of. four winjrod figures of Famo nsine from their base.— The body is adorned w!tb a finely executed bas rtlief at Queen Elisabeth reviewing the English foroci near Tilbury. Tbe figures are beautifully chasod and grouped with excellent-taste, and ' the costumes of the s...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

STATE POLITICS ; Sullivan Cocxtv.—The Democratic County Convention met at . Laporte on the 4th. Col. James Deegan was appointed President, Hon. Wm. A. Mason and Rev. Kichord. Bedford, Vice Presidents, C. C. Pinch and Wm. Evans; Secretaries. For Representative, Greo. D. ' Jackson was declared tho unanimous choice of Sullivan county, subject, to a conference with Columbia. Walter Spencer was nominated for. Treasurer,'John Duffenbach for Commissioner, and C. C. Finch and G. W. Morse, Auditors. ; , ' Delaware Cobhtt.—The Democratic citizens «f Delaware county will bold their County Convention to nominate a ticket to be supported at the'election in October, on Thursday, the 27th day, of August, at. ten o'clock A. M. The delegates, will be elected on Wednesday, the day previous. DAurnm CooKir,—Cbeisiiak Seilek has been chosen .President of the Democratic Standing Committee of Dauphin county. .

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

< Padako.—A correspondent informs thoState Department at Washington that " the port of Podang la occasionally visited by American vessels for the purchase of the coffee which is sold at stated periods by the Netherlands colonial Government; Afterwards, if they have any available room, the vessels are filled, when possible) with spices and other. Indian produce, or they proceed into the Straits of Malacca, ^ complete their lading. Padang is the chief port in the Dutch possessions in the island of Samatra, and Is distant from Batavla about 500 miles. There is no American resident at Padang, and the American trade is limited* Batavla is the chief ' seat of authority in the Nctherlarids East Indian possessions. Th,«flo)onlai authorities in Java, Sumatra, Borneo ,. Celebes, and, throughout the Archipelago, have no authority to treat with foreign consular agents without the approval of the heads of tho department, or the Governor-General of Batovia.

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

AMUSEMENTS .Acaddjiv or Mosic,—Ih» Promenade Coneer ts, which have been io popular here, are oomSng to a oIom. In a short time Italian Optra will bo in the «soend»nt, and we peroeire that Max MwotMk, now la Eiiropo, has ongsged Sigior Rominl's fine ballet trrnipe ifor Mr. Marshall. The oporatlo programme will ippetr In two or three weeks. WBEATtET'sABCBSlBEMTBKATItE.—We pit oelve that the Muohbere will cemmenoe to-morrow evening, with the comedy of " The Belle's Stratagem*" and the turn of " St»t« SeoreU," both itrcngly east. M«. E. L. DaV«ji»obi will pl&yi^fidaJWy.mpporUdbyMr.'WliiiATi.EY's Dor ' iuurt. Bttween th« pUy »nd the farce then wlllb»» tmuietl aulfcuge, directed by.CiuxtES DoD*oa»s, ti« *eil-known mojioUn mi oomposir Then will be anuh, no'doubt,to ' seethehouse , to «»au«r«lly rfmodeled: as w«U as to witness the pttformwtte. ' • r -

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

The wat the Dekoobatio vote increases is she.—Tho St. Louis Leader saysthreo years ago tho national Democratic vote in that city and county was only 460. Tho Hon, Thurston Folk was the, standard-bearer and candidate for Congress, and the gallant manner in which he conducted the canvas and led on tho forlorn hope endeared him to the Democracy of tho whole State, and wail one cause, among others, why they subsequently crowned him with the highest political honor ' s in their gift. Since, the cause of Democracy has been onward in St. Louis. At every election its vote has increased, until on the 3d lost, it reached the sum of nearly five thousand.

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

The body of an unknown man was found on Bookaway beach on Tandv. A««LU, and »•> toquest held by Coroner Nichols. The following U a description of the unknown man: 6i feet Ugh, •tout builtfrom » to SO years old, dressed in a black olotil dress coat, drab pantalooni, and light witwith a linen shift marjtea E. P.; on his perton wot found a heavy gold ring, marked Inside B. p 1853also two sold watches, one of which was a iadv'a, also a pocket-knife, night key, and a purse BUoTdefaoed; alro a receipt from T. B. Van Antwerp, dentistto Edward Pitcher, forasetof t.eth lorils wife, dated July 13, W7-. J. Henry Hawl«y,«Xe )l,-biQWH merchant of Memphis, TennejM. , died suddenly on tho 4th instant.

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

Indian HostiMTUs.—Th* California Sxpress is Informed that an outbreak .occurred on Sunday lastabout eight miles above BldwclPs Bar, betweek tbe Indiana and whites.: It appears that an Indian was killed during the Utter part of last week, la that neighborhoodand some one informed them that a Mr. Sowcoinb . who lived in thfi vioinl ty, was the a jgreaMir, and the IndianB thereupon sent word to Nuwooinb to remove bis women and children, >B they Intended to visit and kilj hint and born his house. On this Information being receivedNewcomb sent Uls family to Bidwill's Bar, and informed the sheriff of But to county of their thread, when ' he immediately proceeded to the placewith about nftymts. It la rumored that the Indians mui&r five hundred itroeg.

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

Nbit Obxsaks KvBSif t—The Mew Orleans aaArtA^TO^tPtt enraged eitUana would resort to the code of Judge Lynch. The prisoner was brtmght Before Recorder BTolland on the 6th. He waived an mminatioB, and wa< fully, committed on the coanre of narder. The, Cftrin says that it was sane tone after tha reoorder had rendered hia decirioabcfWo the crowd in front of .the Cathedral dtraaedjwaioa it finally did without ha vW«a«ihta»lijaM?theiniooir , who in the BsaatSoe Mi ' MV within fteTSUts ot ti«parishprisoa. *¦ ' ! : - - •'- »W

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

. The cotton mills ' in Saco.and BIddefoid, Me., ^re.vedQQlng Ute amoiuit .bf jnaouiaeture ,by stoppine » portion of the Icoma «ni ranning tboit work or JiotUr time. ,Thll )¦ ciuied by the high price of ooUod sod oolopMstJvely law price and little d«m»i>(lfor Moth ; "„","/' '''' , ' ¦ "' "! ¦ Wm! Lynch,»Esq., an old citizen of Fred-?rlok county, Mi., ii dt*4.

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

KtsW **• U »f K >,j i»a|tMn>vfo«aBBaal Nri«a*ancMaf«)MKJ naiflHiHt mmmmmm NIMBI ¦fHfcl Intel Aiiiiii « i i i i i p vtf :si*jfctta»8V(WnBn«n{o{tt.bo«d, tt.bHQ*(og«»lf« ¦ j;; 44 SISJfcj-vp d»vsMe. w?ii*vjftor.&[. *«¦*"KiM** ' :H*«t#f5^ppa^Ai'4«W <*-''- J H ' " ¦ ' , ^-lH . .{fc\ vmfAvllllliH$kia^lv^££i••^v. ~ •»tf l>- •¦;¦1s §•»y'<» ~ "• N.Tort«o3;Tilstoi»lt«»iralilpCo.«8 r 5*ri»i^. W»» W««li»« d«nUS4-:»t ¦ ptSvl^rat-y'bctjr taHu«tf«?;«djitli? )wnk«. Coaiidsratle'titrMoi wltt »f»t(I. to tt|u» of «rer«l Cdjnp»nle« who h»v« ¦ I ./U«y sWl»lj»:b,>rrowe«, ' and VS« w aalxgctad-I ' ^^ Tii aV:«U ; Uiii.trtMMttCT>» Tula* ob time. ,= ¦>: ¦ ' l&ftttrass 'kt Wjtvi of MfaMMnii [wtyWi *t 58K. which fradWttliidf , ¦; «i«#£ir»*-' -6 . i.B^jrMd.bwsa^ h^inlyuirtwiVhfSri*, Sd mortgage, . , ^ t<»Mt J«jfMjl)»tlie^,V New York Wtr,M!lBii*i • iiaS5J» ~ «»5it^),oJo. c.^ which $W,0Wfi wOd «pi; ¦ ; ?1^^^fc^p^i^fl^ '.If; ...

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

ARRIYBD. . Steamship Boston, Sellew21 hours from New Yort via Cape May, with mdio anil pasaeugeni, to 1 AUder-Sice. Below the Bnradywlne Light Bhip " ,. passed tn» ship:Lancaster, from Liverpoolupward bound: off Keedjr Island, pwed two deeply loden biirques aiid one herm brig, names not ascertained. Beports a. Urge,, barquepainted black, at the Lazaretto, and about »* teen Bchrsbeating up. .- agm ¦ Barque LaurettaITpham<30^m-s from Pernambuca; wltusupuytoThosANewliBliacOo. - u Barque Parthian, Uudgins, from Bio Janeiro, July 6th, With coffee, ico, to order. Sailed In company with brig Mount Ternon, Hall, for Baltimore. Spokein lat .9 8long 34 W, barque Sam Slick, Mayo, from . Bio Janeiro for New Orlaans. Brig DelhiKenny, from Antigua , July2SwlUisugM, 1 molaiuos, ice. to Thos Wattson & Sons. Sailed in coolpanywlthschr Louisiana, for New York. Left brig TIt«nla, from8t Johns. N F, disch'g lumber. }' Brig Canton, Crowell, 6 days from Boston, with salt, to Darid Cooper...

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