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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 July 1873

VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAY. JULY 23. 1S73. NO 17. WEDNESDAY JULY 23, 1873. To Ken. D. II. Hill or the Modoc-ShacU-Jiasty Democracy of North Carolina. LETTH NO. III. You seem to be suffering from a violent attack of the (Unorder, which in known as "cacalhc scribcndi." You are a perfect liarrhua of wordy newspaper articles. If a man who writes as much as you do, wrote with any force or ability, instead of conducting a one-horse newspaper like the Southern Home, lie would he at the head of a journal of circulation and in fluence. I have jus.t read a fourth editorial from vour pen, asssailing the characters of tho late Generals C'anby, Thomas and others. Though it is over two columns long, there is nothing new in it. It is only a reitera tion of the trashy stuff and low-blaek-Kuardism which has heretofore appeared in your paper. Tho emanations or your head are so fetid that one might think you had been standing upon it till all the foul matter in the rest of your system had se...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 July 1873

JJno.ibillc Mlcchln Chronicle, Mcbitcstom, $uln 2.7, 1875. J I'LY 2,?, 1873 FA1S 31 .VII 1 IOME. i in: mors. rry FnvornUlc Report for a llrnvy Corn ri. From Jiuv. Mr. Rogers, wlio lins been traveling extensively tliroutih tlill'ereiit couiuit's, we Kath.-r the following infornni tiou in regard to the prospects of a good eorn croj in the counties "through which lie passed. In Blouni county he suys the prospects are ut present favorable for the best corn crop known in that county for the last twenty-five years. Jn James county he says tho prospects were never better, and an enormous crop is expected. Meigs county lias fine prospects for one of the linest corn crops ever known in that county. The corn ic Ibadley county, lie says hns never looked better, and if the weather continues favorable the rc-sult will be nn abundant crop. 1'roni Mr. Jtobinson, of Loudon county, we learn that corn looks splendid in that county. A great (leal has been planted, and an unusually large crop is expect...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 July 1873

.ncbU(c fcSUchlir Chronicle, c&lcbncsuan, u(n Q.'j, 1373. a AX Ol'EAX TRIP. Inl L-rPHtlutr Xolrn from mi I'.imt Trillion. nr-r-Hii Alrinl. Tlie following extracts which wo nro permitted to make lroni a private letter of n well known citizen of Knoxville now in Europe, will be read with pleasure by his) inimy friends mid tlio public enornlly. We hope to lie iihle from time to time to give further items of hi journeying among ncenes in wliicli all feelun intereHt: "tjTKAMF.lt IllSSIA, IN Mll OCEAN, May 2C, 1873. MvDuab : There is nothing In a pea-voyage worth writing about. Tlie weather is dark, dreary, rainy, not like May, but November. I feel like one in prison, confined ns I Rin to the vessel. "Cabined, cribbed, confined," ex presses it. There is little Hoclahility umoiig the passengers. We are to-day one thousand miles from land. I have not been sick enough to lose a meal on the voyage. At first wo had a smooth sea. Our ship is a good one, and uow, under a strong wind, we are ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 July 1873

Jkoriille Mcchln midc Mctasiwn, $uln 23, 1673. (T-bc S&lechln (Cbnmitlc. RULE & HICKS, Publishers, Kumlcr 19 Market 1'lacr, Emt Side. TI KMN Ol M IISI KIITION. On copy, nno year 12 00 Ono cojy, fix months 1 00 Ten copies, one yonr '. 15 00 Twenty conies, ono year SO 00 WEDNESDAY, JULY 2ri, lf73. The Cincinnati Timet and Chronicle, one of the best evening papers in Hint Country, has dropped the latter half of its name, and is now plain Cincinnati Ti'nes. Of the eighty-live counties of Tennessee twenty-one had a smaller population In 1S70 than in 1SG0. Of these eight are in East Tennessee, Sullivan, Hawkins, Clai borne, Morgau, Monroe, Meigs, Bradley and I'olk. The Memphis A valanche rejoices that Andrew Johnson proved too much for even the cholera, aud siguinlcantly re marks that his enemies need not expect to pet rid of him in that way for "he will live to take part in the next State Can vass." Col. Hughes, who is likely to be the Republican candidate for Coventor of Vir gin...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 July 1873

Jhuwbillc Mcchlj) Cbronitlc, (ftUinusiun, Q3, 1873. 3 . JULY 21. 1873- Nl'Iil IMK.N (Ol'IKN Of the CimoMin.K lnniled free to nny address on ap i HcBtinn. kati:s of ai)vi:ktisix i. vr.i.ui.v. Ten linos, or less, solid, to constitute a tquaro. a H S H o S3 S3 i 1 Square.... 2 Squares... 5 Square... 4 iuares... 6 Squares... $ 1 RO S 3 SO $ 4 6 Ml I 9 00 815 no li7 00 37 50 45 Oi) 66 60 3 (10 4 60 6 00 Ml 8 5U 10 SO Hi 50 60 1 30 00 30 60 11 W) 14 on M 60 14 50, 1H 00 28 00 6 00 7 50 11 M 14 00 We Trent All Alike. A paper that is worth reading is worth paying for. We always take il for grunted tliat those of our renders who want the Chbonicle after their time of subscription is out will ask us to continue it. We in struct our mailing clerk to Mvp all papers when the time is out. We treat all alike. We have occasionally sent papers after the time paid for and the parties refused to take the paper or pay for it. The fairest and safest rule is to stop the paper. We menu no slight by it. We...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 July 1873

Jhiotbtllc SMcchlij Cbronidc ealcbncsban, $u1n 23, 187.3. 6 JULY rinni .11:1 i i'.it". (orsrv. holrm, liiilno, roi, l;ic. Kditohs C'inioNici.r. : Of course tlio cliok'i'a is the loading tolc of conversation u) here, a well as where, and many of our citizens nre pomewlint alarmed, nl thoiiL'li ve have nono of the "irovailin&" in our inid.tt, hut take care for the huso stories which Madam Humor bring us from Knoxville. To attempt to give you any thing like an a ecu rate account of the cholera a it fa represented to be in your city would till several columns of the Chronicle, and then half the talo would Hot be told. Our people nre eatiiis but few or no vegetablee, and beans, etc., are withering on the vine. Almost every family is armed with a bottle or so of Dr. Hart's Great Ilelief with which to drive uway the cholera if it come among us. Our ever mindful housekef pers (God bless them are canning and in other ways pre serving berries, it cetera, to cat when cholera days are gone....

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 July 1873

Jlnwbillc .(icilcchln CvonrrJr, , ft&Uimcstoij), "$u(ii r.l; 187& HOME MISCKLLAMi UREATM.ATlOX IX .tlOHMO I IIU I.FN R. R. R. Clioloru 31orlnH, tMitn-lioa. A'D ALL Jirlgnnm bonus's Nevrnfeenlli Wile Rues lor IHvorco. BAI.T Lakk. July K.Airreiit sensation wascauHPd liero to-ilny liv an announce ment hi tlie Journal Ihiit Ann Eliza Welib louijsr, Briirliuui Youiiu's seventeenth wife, bad forever left him, carry inir oft' her furniture and personal effect. Rtlgliani M ill endeavor to renlace the trooils. Mrs. Younjr i at the Walker Hons, and three leading lawyers me about to Institute milt for a divorce ami nlimnnv In n. lnron ftum. (Sreat revelations are expected concerning I RoHuHX'c RoqHv RolinF the Inner domestic life of the l'roi.het. ,,fluwflI IICQUV llCllGle H !-. . . . I loiniir lseiijoyniK toe syniimiiiy oi .cru nriii ,.i.. ,i : ,,,, ..... !.... I.. I!... 7 I - " n-....r.'.,lr.lvio..l. mc V.ICUIUO juuiu.t, unit iiuiv uuniuus i measure are tne hv si wie to rniiin . iha ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 23 July 1873

8 JiuofbUIc Kttfthln nomtkt SSIcbncsbajt, $uljr 23, 1875. IIOMK CIIJCjL.13. THE CHlLIHtr.V ( III Ki ll. rao tiir gikmaii of nn cirok. Tho tolls ofthe churohos are ringing I'lipa and mamma have both gone- And three little children sit jinking Together this still Sunday morn. "While tho bells toll away in thestceplo, Though too smill to sit still in a pew, These busy religious small people Determined to have their church too. So, ns free nvthfi birds, or the breezes, Uy which their fair ringlets are fnnncd, Eu''h rogue sings away as he pleases, With book upside down in hit hand. Their hymn has no sense in its letter, Their music no rythm nor tune; Our worship, perhaps, may be bettor Hut theirs reaches liod quite as a Their angels stand close to the Father ; His heaven is made bright by these flowers ; And the dear God above in would rnther Hear praiic from their lips than from ours. 8ing on, little children your voices Kill the air with contentment and ' -e ; All nature around you rej...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 July 1873

.-j i A VOL. IV. KNOXVILLE, TENN., WEDNESDAYJULY 30, 1S73. NO 1S.O A A f . i ill -Z WEDNESDAY, JULY SO, 1873. THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE Fubllsaos !n every issue, facts about tbo loll, climate, prodnetlons, prlaa ofjnml., and ailvantnitea offered to Immigrant! in East Tcnneesec. The.s articles are in tended to afford reliable information to ftranircrs, and art prepared carefully and nl rd the chenrtst and most reliable Information obtainable. Sr-ocimen cop ies of the paper sent on application. Kor terms of cubjcription tee fourth rose. t .. FACTS ABOUT EAST TENXESSEK. TIio Soli nnd Rcnoiuc-ck or Jlclffs County. river are removed and 1U broad breast furrowed by a thousaud keels bearing upon it ' the commerce It naturally wonld awaken and create, it would do more lor tlie material develop ment of the country than any thin;? tlse could do. AVlien this Is done, audit will be done sooner or later we might without using much hyperbole or doing great vio lence to fancy, apply to this river By ro...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 July 1873

SnojrMllc Mcchln bxamtkt WLtimtstnu, nln 3CT, 1875. "WEDNESDAY, . ...... JULY 80, THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION AND THE ORANGES. It was stated in our dispatches of Wed nesday morning that SSenntor 'Window, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Transportation, had addressed a letter to the Master of all the granges in the United States, asking that persons well aeijiiaint- ed with the wishes of the Tntrons of Hus bandry be designated to lay their case be fore the committee for its guidance. Letters have been addrefsed to the Htate Oranges by the Select Committee asking their co-operation in the work be fore them. The following is a copy of the letter : "The Senate cf the United States at its last session appointed u select committee, which is charged with the duty of inves tigating the subject of transportation be tween the interior find sea board. This duty embraces a wide and difficult field of inquiry and involves certain questions in which the farmers of the country are deep ly inter...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 July 1873

Jinoibillt (fttcthln (Cfewmrk, SitcbncstoTjj, uln aa, 1873. 3 FOREIGN TRAVEL- More About (hralrr. The I'smteet Hsillwny Tntla on t'Jirtb. We give below the conclusion of an In teresting letter from a prominent Knox ville citizen, pnrt of which we published a few days ago, leaving o(T during the description of the old town of Chester, which is resumed below : 'The Roman 'curiosities still preserved in or near one of the towers are altars hypocausts, pigs of lead, tesselluted and Mosaic pavements, a sculptured figure of Minerva, with her emblem the owl vnses, stone columns, Ac. Among them Is an al tar, not with a Roman, but a Greek in scription. Why it should be Greek I can not understand. The wall and public buildings, churches, etc., are of red sandstone and not verydurable. One of the most notable things we ob serve is tho double row of business houses on each side of the street. Over the first -story and next the street is a pavement running through au arcade or porch ; from this ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 July 1873

Jlnotbillc Utt) (Ejjromclc ncstap, uln .3a, 187. 13 fiTbc Tnhthh) (Chronicle. HULK & EICKS, Publishers, , AiimIi r 3!) Marh iVrr, F."M Skh: ri;iujs or mtsi nii'no.v. One coi y, one year One coj-y, fix niMiil" Ten copies, mio your Twenty coi-ics, one year,. W W 1 DO 15 CO 30 00 WEDNESDAY, JULY CO, 1ST3. Bishop Kimtsox, the eminent Metho dist Devine, is reported as quito ill with congestive chills at Long Branch. iov. Boctwkll is credited with saying that the purity of New England State Governments is attributable to the fact that the number of legislators is compara tively greater than in most ether States. He thinks that it would be better to have a House of Representatives of one thousand thau one hundred. It seems from the general crop reports from the country at large, that the wheat crop of 1S73 is a large increase over that of 187:2. "Wheat opens iu the West at SI. 20, a lower price thau last year, and Hour is in proportion. Old wheat is now selling in Ohio at $1.40 and f 1...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 July 1873

J - novbillc. Mcchln .Cjjrmudc, cMrimcstiaii,. juln aCf?;lS7Xi. i WEDXKSD.VY, JULY 30. lfTO- sii:tiMrx oriKt Of tbo CBaoNJCLg mailed rrco to any address on r" 1 Iiotton. KATDK OF AUVI.KIISIXO IX WEEKI.V. Ton line, or Icsj, solid, to constitute a square. .'It 3 a 1 SdiiRr. 2 Souiiros.... 3 Squares ! 6 Squares I 1 met 4 so 2 S3 S 4 fi) I d Mi l H 0) 15 (0 8 !)' 10 Nil 1 Mi 27 Oil 4 Ml' ( l 11 .Ml, 14 Ml SW Sill 37 Nt 6 (K) 11 6il 14 (Hi 1 0"h 30 IM 45 00 7 60' 14 00' lt 60' 28 Oil 31' 50 , 65 50 , MvMltiilJon. Mr. A. Haws has just finished the'cau vass of Cocke county, as colporteur for the Knoxville .Bible Society. Three hundred families were found destitute of the fcferip tures. Mossy reck. Tho friends of education in Mossy Creek nre. active ami hopeful, J he friends of Moray Creek JIalo College lmvo resolved to endow a college' with from one hundred to three hundred thousund dollars. The recent meeting adjourn ed to meet nt Morristown on' October 11th to organize a permanent Kducat...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 July 1873

Ikoibillc SStcthljj Cjprmtidc &cbntsb;tn, uln 3tS, 1873. "WEDNESDAY JULY 30, 1S73 THE WAB IN SPAIN. The news from Spain indicates a rro- tracted and severe civil war, the result of which cau not now with safety be predict ed. Don Carlos with considerable pomp. made his entry into Spanish territory, and according to the latest advices was beinir received with enthusiasm and evidence of considerable popular support. His forces are said to number ten thousand, but such an army unless of extraordinary worth, or led by unusual ability would amount to but little as against a government representing sixteen millions of people Don Carlos, it is said, has now the support Vr the Jnelish and trench Governments President McMuhon has probably as much on hand to sustain his own authority as he wants, without mixing up with Spanish politics. England is watching Russia with more interest than Spain. The church influences will be strong to rein state the monarchists, and, through It, France may ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 July 1873

HOMENEWS.. ' ' Two Men Drownril, , Atlantic City, X. J., July Through care loss 11 ess of nonie exc;msioiilfts of the German Jmlcpciulent I'ongrejia tionulaud Harmony fcrliiKinp; Society awul nccidfiit occurred here nt 10 o'clock to-day. Rudolph Kcttcror, of rhilaclelnhla. ami Jowe)ih Jlush, of CumuVn, vhile liathlnr ventured out about a half mile and whiie attempting their return were carried to sea aud drowned. Charles Smith, of the same party, in attempting the rescue of Ket terer, was exhauHted after grasping him, aud was only paved by the noble effort and superior abilities of the famous swimmer IJoynton. After rescuing (Smith 1'oynton attempted to dive for Bush, but was unsuc cessful. The bodies have not yet been re covered. Konili Cnrollna I'ltinncrn. C'haulkston. July 24. The State Treas urer, C'arda.o, iu an interview with a cor respondent of the Xcws and Courier, pub lished to-day, Rives a full statement of the financial condition of .South Carolina. He says he hopes the s...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 30 July 1873

8 $iwfjillt Mwhln (Sjpat&tU, SBttoustaij, $ulir 3 a, 1875. HOME CHICLE. TIKEO mOTIir.KM. A little elbow loan upon your knee, Vour tirod kiiep, that lins o much to liear; A child dimr ey ci lira looking lovingly From underiinath it thatch of tangled liiiir. Perhaps you do not hcod tlir volvet touch Of warm, moist finfrers. folding yours so tight Yon do not pri.o this Messing over much, You Blmoet ure too tired to pray to-niglit. But it is blp!ndnos ! A your niro I (lid not see it m 1 do to-duy e nro so dull nnd thankless ; nnd too slow To entch tho sunshine till it slips nwny. And now it scorns surpassing strange to me, t That, whilo I wore tho linl;o of mnthcrliooi.1, I did not kiss mora oft and tenderly, Tho littlo child that brought me only good. And, if sumo niirht when you fit down ti ro.-t, You miss this cltiow from j our tired knoe ; This restless, curling head from oil" your breast, J Ins lisping tongue Unit chatt-rs constantly : it irom your own tno uimpicu liamls had sl...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 August 1873

VOL. KNOXVILLE, TENNm WEDNESDAY. AUGUST G. 1S73. NO 19. IV. AUGUST G, is:r. FURTHER NOTES OF TRAVEL. Wonder of l.oulou-"The Tonfr" anal Ita Mloodjr lllatory M. I'nul'K fat tied nil. We give below a further interesting ex tract from a letter written from Cologne to a gentleman iu this city by a prominent Knoxville citizen now ahoad, the first part of which was recently published. In the following the description of noteworthy places in London la continued : " Cologne, Juue lo, 1S73. Now for some of the points of interest in history, nnd first to "the Tower." Imagine a chain of towers, connected by walls forming a square fortification en closing a vacant space of two or three acres, and the citadel culled the white tower sur rounded by a moat' to be filled with water when desired, some towers large enough for a palace, others for a prison fand they have often been used for both, for it was'palaces and prisons' built In the shape of a fortification), and you have "the Tower " On the si...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 August 1873

Jhioibillc BUtthlji (Cbronulc, Mefcitcstmir, upst ,1873. "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1873 Clover AHcr Potatoes. The Maine Farmer says : "Wo were long pince reluctantly convinced that clo ver will not llourish nearly tin well follow ing a crop of potatoes as it will after most other farm crops. Experience lias taught us And a pornewhnt extended observa tion has proven that our experiehce is not exceptional that a well set, thick Held of clover is rarely to met with following a grain crop After potatoes. Indeed, so fully have we been convinced of this, that we have at times thought the statement would be safe that such could not be found. The results are ditl'ercnt, without doubt, on different soils, and on the same soil when under different treatment ; still tho rule, we ore confident, holds Rood. Since our attention was called to this matter we have carefully observed result?. We had un der observation last year a large Held of uniformly strong soil, previously plowed and manured alike au...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 August 1873

Jkofbilb Mcthlij Chronicle, c&lcbMstraiY, urrustG, 1873. .7 Humors or the Telegrnph. Not long since a countryman came into a telegraph ofllce in Jlangnr, Mnine, with a messnpe nnd naked that It le sent immedi ately. The operator took the messago as usual, put his instrument in communica tion with its destination, ticked oil' the signals upon the key, and then, according to the rule of theolllce, hunpr the message- Eaper on the hook witli oliiers that had ecu previously sent, that at night they might all be tiled for preservation. The man lounged around some time, evidently unsatisfied. " At last," says the narrator of the Incident, " his patience was exhaust ed, and he belched out. 'Ain't you going to send that dispatch ?' The operator po litely informed him that he liaci sent it. ' N'o, yer ain't,' replied the indignant man; 1 Ihere it is now on the hook-' " Almost every operator meets with euuallv amusing instances. One recently related the following incident: "A gentle man ca...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Knoxville weekly chronicle. — 6 August 1873

Jkojbillc Sffltcch!) (Cbronitlc ftMcbncsuan, August 13, 87'J. be etltcchln (Chronicle. j . y RULE & RICKS, Publishers, Xwnler 10 Murkd Place, Part Sale. tkkmm f Rrnst mrnox. Ob oulTi "o year t2 00 One coj-y, i nionthi 1 00 Tn coj'iej, ono year 15 00 Twenty enpic.1, ono year 30 00 WEDNESDAY AUGUST C, 1873. While the poor Inhabitants of Persia live in their mud hovels, die like dogs on their barren deserts, or starve to death from pure neglect, their Shah makes a tour of Europe, showering his costly gifts right and left. On leaving England he made pre sents as follows : "To the Queen ho gave a number of rare jewels; to the Prince of Wales his photograph set in diamonds ; to the Duke of Cambridge a saber, with the happy remark, tbat he now placed " the sword of Persia in the hand of England." Lady Rawlinson received a tiara of dia monds; the Duchess of Sutherland a bracelet, and Lord Morley a diamond snuff box." The new Suite Convention tit Jackson was slimly a't'.udcd. There were ...

Publication Title: Knoxville Weekly Chronicle
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