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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 18 November 1853

YOL. L—NO. 191. THE RICHMOND MAIL., Ts PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY JROSE & SEMPLE, office on Thirteenth Street, between Main and Cary. TEKMB —Dairy Paper,in the city, $3 per annum in advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the “ . or six and a quarter cents per week, payable the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in ad“rtce ■or SO, at the expiration of the year. Single ’ one cent each. [Postage per .matter, to any nnvtoKhe State 19>£ cents.] P THE Swa-WEEKir, Will ho mailed to subscribers S3 per year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration Ofthe year. [Postage per annum, to any part of rirgiuia, 26 cents.] . , The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, m adJice: or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. Postage per annum to any part ofthe State, only [3 cents.] ADVERTISING. IN THE DAILY. One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 Two squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 One square, one insertion, oO « a each succeeding insertion 2o IN THE SEMI-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 18 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BY C. A. ROSE W. M. SEMPLE. The circulation of the Richmond Mail is now very large and increasing daily. Besides the daily circulation in the city and country, there is also a large Semi-Weekly country edition of which advertisers got the benefit. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1853. Railroad Stock. The prosperity of any joint stock company is of course considerd to be tested, as a general rule, by its dividends. This rule cannot be considered however, since we know that at times even the most prosperous enterprises are those which declare but few dividends, owing to the fact that the works are in an unfinished condition, and large expenditures are absolutely necessary to their successful prosecution. The true policy in such cases, looking to eventual benefit, is certainly to “push forward” until the ultimate goal is obtained, and every facility secured for a rich and remunerative harvest. Nor is it alone the dictate of sound discretion to use the available means of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 18 November 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS. Later from Mexico.— The steamer Texas from Vera Cruz, with dates to the 9th inat., has arrived at New Orleans. She brings $77,000 in specie. Affairs in Mexico were in rather an uncomfortable condition, and great fears existed of a famine, which it was apprehended would extend throughout the entire ; country. More robberies and other depredations were of frequent occurrence. The Indians were committing frequent ; hostilities. In one instance they attacked ami killed a party of 12 white persons. The cholera was raging frightfully at ■ Jalapa. Lieut. Col. Webster died recently at I Fort Brown of yellow fever. j. Late from Rio.— By au arrival at Philadelphia on the 16th, dates from Rio to Oct. Bth have been received. Coffee was high,—being quoted at 4||600 a s|| per arrobe. Rio was healthy, and business lira(itedin consequence of no coffee arriving. pg°Madame Sontag’s Concert in Wash(ington on Wednesday evening was crowded by the elite and fashion of the city.— Many p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 18 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. Definitions. —A correspondent sends us the following definition. •Hard Shell —An Oyster. ‘Soft Shell’—An Egg. Our correspondent probably iuteueds the inference to be drawn that the New York Whigs hare ‘opened’ the one and ‘sucked’ the other. Whig Nomination.— The Whigs of Princess Anne Co., have nominated Capt. John Woodhouse, for the seat in the Legislature made vacant by the death of Col. John A. Munden. jggTlt was reported, recently that the Mississippi had raised one foot. A Wes tern editor is anxious to know when it will raise the other 3 An “Imposing” Sight.—The sight of your bill—at nine-tenths at least of our “first rate” hotels. George Law.—The millionaire is by no means smashed. He has met with some losses but has paid every cent, and has still a couple of millions to spare. Owning 200,000 muskets and 6 or I Ocean steamers, a correspondent of the Baltimore Times suggests that Uncle Sam contract with him for the capture of Cuba, jpgg** The united salaries...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 19 November 1853

VOL. L—NO. 192. THE RICHMOND MAID, IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY ROSE & SEMPLE. Office on Thirteenth Street, between Main and Cary. TERMS —Daily Paper,in the city, $3 per annum in advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the year; or six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in advance ;or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any partof the State 19% cents.] The Semi-Weekly, will he mailed to subscribers at $3 per year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of Virginia, 26 cents.] The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in advance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. [ Postage per annum to any part of the State, only 13 cents.] ADVERTISING. IN THE DAILY. One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 Two squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 One square, one insertion, 50 « “ each succeeding insertion 25 IN THE SE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 19 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BT C. a. ROSE & W. M. SEMPLE. *3' The circulation of the Richmond Mail is now very large and increasing daily. Besides the dally circulation in the city and country, there is also a large Semi-Weoldy country edition of which advertisers get the benefit. MORNING, NOVEMBER 19,1853. Rev. Mr. Fontaine’* ConclMdlngliecture at the AtUenrevim. " The second and concluding lecture of Mr. Fontaine on Thursday evening, we regretted to find very thinly attended. The subject we suppose was not considered one of a sufficiently general or exciting interest to call together a large crowd. We feel convinced, however, that all who migh have attended would have felt amply rewarded for the hour spent in such a manner. In commencing, Mr. F. briefly recapitulated the arguments used by him on Tuesday evening, as to the most advisable route for the Pacific Railway, and added that he had seen by subsequent newspaper notices, that the chimerical idea of a road across the Sierra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 19 November 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS. Further by the Arabia. Omar Pacha, before crossing the Danube, declared that he would “sacrifice body and soul to be revenged on the invaders of his country. ’ There was a rumor that the Russians had defeated the Turks in a pitched battle. Another rumor that the Russians had retreated with heavy loss. The combined fleets of England and France were in the Dardanelles. The European powers were trying to prevent hostilities. jgf” Judge Mason, our Minister to France, and his family, will take passage for Liverpool, en route for Paris, in the steamer Pacific, which will sail on the 26 th inst. Dr. Ghas, Gardette, of Philadelphia, will accompany the Minister as an attache to the Legation. []gg" The Syracuse Republican of the IGth inst., contains an important leader, developing the probability of a general union between the national Democrats and the national "Whigs, As an indication put forth in an influential organ, it attracts considerable attention. jgf" The steamer ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 19 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. To the Nortli Wind. Approach not yet where beauty sita Enthroned on southern hills with summer, Nor come to fright with gusty fits Midsummer’s pet, some tardy comer. Haste not to pinch with haughty nips The trustful cowslip’s open bosom, Nor chili the bees saluting lips, That he fall fainting from his blossom. Withhold thy uacriligious breath From consecrate arcade and alley, Nor smite the rose with sudden death, Nor stain the lily of the valley. Choke not the chafer with this song, But let his slender pipe endear him To all his chirping choral throng, Met in the clover-path to hear him. Unsparing spoiler I hold thy baud, Content among thy caves to linger, Lest onmmer’s half extinguished brand May hap should burn thy meddling fingT. Thou hast thy holly and thy snow ; Leave us our holydays in reason, When Time hath touched my temples so, My heart, attuned, shall hail thy season. J. W. P. Local Deama. — Scene , a Whiskey Sho.p —The boas sunning himself in front, bis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 21 November 1853

VOL. I.—NO. 193 THE RICHMON I) MAIL, * is published every morning (Sunday excepted) BY ROSE A SEMPLE, it, on Thirteenth Street , between Main and Cary. ■TERMS —Daily Paper,in the city, $3 per annum in advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the {• ‘j. or six and a quarter cents per week, payable • tithe carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in advance :or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single •copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any S;pwt Of the State 19J4 cents.] 'The Semi-Weekly, will bo mailed to subscribers at £3 per year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration :of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of : Vir'iaia, 26 cents.] . The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, m advance: or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. 5, l postage per annum to any part of the State, only 13 cents.] ADVERTISING. IN THE DAILY. One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 V Two squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 '' One square, one insertion, 50 « “ each succeeding insertion 25...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 21 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BY C. A. ROSE <fc W. M. SEMPLE. The circulation of the Richmond Mail is now very large and increasing daily. Besides the dally circulation in the city and country, there is also a large Semi-Weekly country edition of which advertisers got the benefit. MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1853. New Jersey Election. The election of Price, the Democratic candidate, as Governor of New Jersey, is not to be wondered at when we consider the condition of affairs in that State. Mr. Haywood, his opponent, had identified himself with the Maine Law men and the Native Americans. A large number of whigs consequently voted against him, or refused to vote. The whole strength of the naturalized citizens was also against him. The Camden and Amboy railroad was against him—and that powerful monopoly, it is said, used their money freely to defeat his election. Under such circumstances it is surprising that he received as large a vote as he did. We have referred to this subject howe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 21 November 1853

RICHMOND ATHENJBUM. The Committee on this Institution" have made arrangements]for a course of Lectures in the Hall of the Athenaeum, to commence on Tuesday I the 29th day of the present month. Among those already engaged for the course, are Mr. 0. P. Baldwin, Hon G. P. R. James, Rev. T. V. Moore, Mr. Geo. Fred. Holmes, Rev. Geo. D. Cummins. Prof. Geo. E. Dabney, Mr. Win. M. Blackford, Prof. M. Scheie de Yere, Due notice will be given of the time when each I lecture will be given, and of the subjects of the several lectures. no 16 CURTAIN DAMASKS. — Rich Satin Delaines, for Curtains; Lace and Muslin do.; Curtain Gimps and Loops; Superior Marseilles Quilts, all sizes; EngI lisli Furniture Chintz; Crib and Bed Blankets; 12x1 I Rleuched Cotton Sheeting; 10x4 and 12x4 Linen; (j x 4 Bx4 and 10x4 Table Damask; Table Napkins and Doyles Towelling of all kinds, &c. &c., for sale 1 lov by CHRISTIAN & LATHROP, no 17 99 Main street. Velvet vests, cassimere pan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 21 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. The Baltimore and Potomao Railroad. The Marlboro’ Gazette says that this roa d—designed to connect Baltimore with the Potomac opposite the mouth of Acquia Cr«ek —has not been abandoned but will undoubtedly be built. It further adds The Patapsco Railroad company and the Fredericksburg company have resolved to subscribe largely to our Railroad. These two companies are looked to for the lagest investment. They design taking nearly tl ,000,000 worth of stock. Until they can complete their arrangements to do so, or give over their resolve, no definite action will be taken by the Commissioners appointed under our charter. Richelieu. —Who that has ever seen this fine play, and has got anything of a memory, but recollects the beautiful sentiment which the author makes Richelieu utter, when addressing the young man whom he had selected as the bearer of an important message. Richelieu. —“ Young man, be blithe I for note me, from the hour you grasp that packet, think your gu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 22 November 1853

VOL. L—NO. 194. THE RICHMOND MAIL, IS PUEWSUEU EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY ROSE & SEMPLE. Oltlae on Thirteenth Street, between Main and Cary. TERMS —Daily Paper, in the city, $3 per annum in advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the year; or six and a quarter centsper week, payable to the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in advance ;or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any part of the State cents.] Tiis Semi-Weekly, will he mailed to subscribers at S3 per year, in advance ; or $4 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of Virginia, 26 cents.] . , The Weekly will be sent ior $1 per year, in advance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. [ Postage per annum to any part of the State, only 13 cents.] ADVERTISING. IN THE DAILY. One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 Two squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 One square, one insertion, > 50 « « each succeeding inserti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 22 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. lIY C, A. ROSE A W. M. SEMPLE. Tin. circulation of the Richmond Mail is now very larce and increasing daily. Besides the daily circulation in the city and country, there is also a large Semi-Weekly country edition of winch advertisers get the benefit. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, IStJL _ Monsieur Soule at Madrid. Monsieur Soule has at ieugth reached his destination and presented his credentials to her Catholic Majesty, the Queen of Spain. His address on the occasion was one of the most fair-spoken and plausible things we ever recollect to have seen.— He woo? as gently as a sucking dove. We do not mean to find fault with Monsieur Soule for this. On the contrary we highly approve of it. What surprises us is that he who acquired such a reputation for filibusterism at home, aud who talked in the Senate as if the taking possession of Cuba was something which might be easily done before breakfast in the morning, should experience such a sudden change of feeling on touc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 22 November 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS. Washington Affairs. Washington. Nov. 19. — The printing of the census report, with the exception of a few pages, has been completed, and in the course of next week the office will be abandoned, and the clerical force dismissed. The entire work makes an excellent quarto volume of 1,250 pages, and is executed in a style which reflects infinite credit upon Gen. Robert Armstrong, the printer, and the gentlemen who superintended its publication. A balance of 823,C100 of the appropriation for the printing remains unexpended. It is said that further examples will be made of certain bolters in New York, and that the Postmasters at Albany and Troy are in danger. Tile Railroad War at Erie. Ebik, Pa., Nov. 16.— The Common Conn cil passed resolutions last evening to sustain the city ordinance of July last, to tear up railroad tracks through the city limits whenever a chance of guage is attempted. To carry out these resolutions, the Mayor was authorised to appoint 160 deputy p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 22 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. Tit fob. tat. —The young ladies of Bloomington, 111., recent ly held a meeting, and resolved to have, ‘nothing to do whatever with any young man who indulges in the use of intoxicating liquors.’ Whereupon the young lords of that part of creation, Resolved, That we will not ‘countenance’ any young lady who does not ‘countenance’ ua. Resolved, That we will do our utmost to put down the ice-cream saloons, and burst the soda fountains I and that, it becomes ua hereafter, to attend church solitary and alone, and that while there we will look towards the altar and worship, instead of across the aisles. Resolved, That we will ride the young ladies out no more, and shall, therefore, hereafter discountenance all livery stables, railroads, and wheelbarrows. That we will not countenance aoy fellow who violates the above resolutions, if he wants a girl ever so bad. in India raise blisters with red hot iron, and dress them with cayenne pepper. If such treatment don’t make a ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 23 November 1853

VOL. I.—NO. 195. THE RICHMOND MAIL, IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY, ROSE & SEMPLE. Of/ice on Thirteenth Street , between Main and Gary. TERMS —Daily Paper, in the city, $3 per annum in advance, $4 when paid at the expiratipn of the year - or six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in advance ;or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any part of the State VY/ 2 cents.] . v rp HE Semi-Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers at £3 pe f year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of Yirginia, 26 cents.] , . . Tue Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in advance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. I Postage per annum to any part of the State, only 13 cents.] ADVERTISING. IN THE DAILY. One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 Two squares “ each, one year 40.00 One square, one insertion, _ 50 « a each succeeding i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 23 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BY C. A. ROSE &■ W. M. SEMPLE. UV - ■ ~ '' _■ The circulation of the Richmond Mail is now very large and increasing daily. Besides the daily circulation in the city and country, there is also a largo Semi-Weekly country edition of which advertisers get the benefit. WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1853. Organising for 1856. The National Democrats of New York have by this time become convinced of their strength, and equally well convinced that they are not to receive any special favors at the hands of the Administration. — They are therefore beginning to take time by the forelock, and to get ready for the campaign of'sG. The National Democratic Committee of New York met last Fri day night at their new head quarters, the Stuyvesant Institute, and put forth a long address, full of abuse of John Van Buren and his feee-soil colaborers, and calling on the “young men” of the country to organise for the nest contest. They commence by speaking of the necessity w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 23 November 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS. Washington Affairs. Washington. Nov. 21. —Hon. Harvey M. Wattersoo, of TeunessSe, has returned to his former post as assistant editor of the Union. The board of Naval Engineers, composed of Engineer in Chief Mar.in, and Chief Engineers Wood and Hunt, have been orderto assemble here Dec, sth, to examine Engineers for promotion and candidates for admission. Third assistant Engineer Sumwait, of the Coast Survey, has been ordered to the steamer Legare, and Passed Midshipman Breese to the Cyane. Laying of a Corner Stone. Philadelphia, Nov. 21.—The corner stone of the new Masonic Temple on Ches nut street was laid at noon to day. Notwithstanding the heavy rain which fell throughout the entire morning, an immense throng were present, and the ceremonies were of the most imposing character. A powerful orchestra were in attendance, and an ode was sung by a large choir. The stone was laid by Grand Master Bournenville, assisted by Samuel Sloan, the architect. The address was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 23 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. Ax Aldekmax. —One of Gray a letters, just published, contains a capital bit of character of the aldermanic order: “ I wrote to Lord John ou his recovery, and he answers nie very cheerfully, as if his illness had been but slight, and the pleurisy had been no more than a hole in one’s stocking. He got it, he says, not by scampering, and racketing, and heating his blood, as I had supposed, but by going with ladies to Yauxhall. He is the picture, (and pray so tell him if you see him,) of an old aiderman that I knew, who, after liviug forty years on the fat of the land, (not milk and honey, but arrac-punch and venison,) and losing his great toe with a mortification, said to the last that he owed it to two grapes which he eat one day after dinner. He felt them lie cold ou his stomach the minute they were down. An Epitaph.— The Athenceum says that the following inscription is copied from a churchyard in Essex: Here lies the man Richard, And Mary his wife; Their surnames ...

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