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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 21 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH VlttttiXlA LKMInLATUKJi. Satobuat, Feb. 19- Ilnvae »f Dflfgaiw. Amongst the bill* reported to-d»y, w»i • b>!' form;a( tl"> counties of the Commonwealth into district* lor the election of members ot <",i: rres* under the new census apportionment. f,ir which bill Mr. Tomlin submitted a substi lu-e.snd both were ordered to be printed. i tie Csmmittee propose the follow ing coun ties aad cities for the 6th or KichmoDd Un tr rt: Henrico, Kicl.mood City, Charlw Ctty, N~ar Kent. James City, V\ ill.amsbu.g, Y oik, Hanover, Goochland. King William, Oloucea- H Mr. To ml in proposes the f. wing counties and cities for the dih or k r.mon i D anict: Hennco R.chmond Citjj. jh'um Cu*, Charles Ci'V, New Ke.»l, VVi - l* w bu.g: Accm.ac, \ork, Gloucester and Maihewg. ' , our r.ext we will give the several districts * e Siate «a recommended by the committee. V bill authorising a loan of $610,009 by the Stale ta the Junes River end Kanawha Com fiai,y to continue the Canal to...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 22 February 1853

"VOL. 8-NOIOO ~ T A<= A CO WARD IIT Proprietor. HT7GH R Editor. — Ve Head and Thonnht upon. A '''' cuT WB!*T AND NORTH IIAVK T HK *nn"\V SPEAKS THE SOUTH— 1 !,'-'vV* hoI'TH —Hear the tribute given by m his "4th year. Can there be 00 *" i »o •' ejadi<"''<l h» not to yield to suoh a m ', B Mtimons-d»ilv given in favor of Hanip> resemble Tinctare, in every hamiet, . »r: city where it bss found ita way t Grate x ' •rejk it* ( XKSTK* DIiTXtCT, Sooth Carolina, ) January 3d. 1853. t v „ f Vorti-ur ft Matebrvf-Gentlemen:—For list' "ve vear* 1 have been a severe sufferer f V Kbe"tn*R»«- till seeing your recomrnenda J Toi Ha-tiMoa s Vegetable Tincture, I purchased • sn:! the firm dose has to much relieved me *'T consider it butjustice to give to the suffering there«u't of the application. was acute Rheumatism in the back—so bad n ws , canfiied to my b»d tor the last six The first bottle acted like a charm ; the ~ .tored strength to ray poor afflicted back, I am'now as well" and fe...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 22 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. KICIIMOMD. VA.t Tac«4ay fW( TWEMTi -SECOND OF FEBRUARY. We shall not remind the reader that ibis is Washington's birth day. He will have learned ma much, if he did not know it before, by the cannon which will have roused him from his ■lumbers long eie this paper shall have him. We shall not tell him who Gen. Wash ington was; for, if he has not learned it jet be doea not deserve to k now it. Wea »a no enter into any eulogium of that great man. o we have long since exhausted a.i we 1a o on that interesting subject. ' " ter into a comparison between im an y other great man ; for we know of none worthy lobe named on the same day with him. We •hall not diacuss the question whether he had or had not faults; for he was but a man, though a pretty considerable specimen of his kind. But we will take this occasion to dis- from the opinion which designates him as rot a man ot genius. Oa . the contrary, we maintain that he was a man of very grtat ge nius. If we were told that...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 22 February 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. date at Stw Orleatt*—Tieo Steamer* Burned. \rw OW-EANs, Feb. 16.—We had a tremen caie here this morning. The ateamer John Swaeev, from Bayou Sara, with a careo Yover lOOO'bales cctton, took fire and is still burning. She »i« probably be a total loss.- The steamer S». Clmrles. lying: alone side, al so caught fire and is still burning. The steam r Eclipse, » hich had just arrived, was 111 great danger but succeeded in shoving out into the r ver Several boats were injured by the gaUy fiit /thli-Liqvof I-att in tikode\ls/ftKd. Provilumk, Feb. 17, I&s3—The aatt-liquor , ' DBM e<| the Senate this afternoon by a vote f sixteen to thirteen—some little alteration having been made. The act goes into effect immediately; but it to be submitted to the ivo-i'e at the April election, nnd in the event • their voting not lo sustnin it, it is to be re oe&iet! tendsvs after the rising of the tcext Gan ,r»| Assembly. The House will concur. .Vtr Jcrtry Ixzitlaturt. r I'nrsTvH...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 22 February 1853

fHE DAILY DISPATCH YIttGWIA LBtildLATCftE. Monday, Feb. 21. Hease of Dclegaus, The following bills were passed to-day A bill from ihe Senate, incorporating the Christiansville and Keyaville Plank KoaJ Company, lor constructing a road from Chrie liaosville, in Mecklenburg, to Kevsrille, in Charlotte county, to intersect with the Rich mond and Danville Railroad. . A bul allowing the Monoitgahela Navigation Company the further time oi three years to be gin and complete the* improvement. A bill to revive the Russell Old Court-Home and Abingdon Turnpike Company. A bill increasing the capital stockiof the Nortn River Navigation Conipany IW.MO and authorizing the State to subscribe for three fifths of said i .crease. ( I his river is an im port., m feeder to the James River and Kana wha Canal. J _ A bill incorporating the tastville steam Grist Mill Company. A bill authorizioz the Salem and Harrison ville Turnpike Company to change the east ern terminus of their road. A bill making a furthe...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 23 February 1853

VOL. 3—NO 110. A- CO WARD IN, Proprietor 'jjUGH H. PLBA3 AJKTTS. Editor. ~,r lo Hp s;end and Thouttfet npon. ,V i k (-T. \Vt<ST AM) NORTH HAVE 1 S JN>)W {•'PEAKS THE SOUTH— ; JsW SOO'H —Hear the tribute given by ' ■ . in his ~4tl» year. Can there be ' ' ; . I ejadicd a* not to yield to such a t . m.tr.v (inilr eSven in favor of (Inntp* v v>i _, inble Tineture, tr. every jpmlel, . - tv where it ha* found it* way } Grate -1 Viva.it* p'si*e " " " < H£STK» DIJTKICT. Sooth Carolina, ) January 3d. 1853, > H. 'ii'W Mwiray-Gentlemen:—For is! • v yar* 1 have been a severe sufferer " seeing your recommend* : ;;"- U « Vegetable Tincture, I purchased ' , s-; i"the Swt doae baa so much relieved me ' it but justice to give to the (offering ' V-. -::»u:t of the application. scjte Rheumatism in the back—»o bad V-': conri".ed to my bad for the last six Toe lirst bottle act»d like a charm ; the "-oe'd '■ ' strength to my poor afflicted back, j s-5 c *a> we:l and feel a* young a* whe...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 23 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. RICHMOND . VA.t W«4n*iulity 91sral«|. Feb. 33«1M3. THE AGRICULTURAL CATTLE SHOW. Tie City Council has placed at the disposal of the Agricultural Society one of the lot*be longing to the city to be selected by the i?oeie t*. We lea.n that the subscription is still progressing finely, yet it tray not be amiss give it all the impulse we can impart to it. We would say, then, that there is not a pe_ •on engaged in business in the whole cit , whom this Cattle-Show will not be a matter «f vast importance. Let it be lecollected that ,t ia to take pl.ee after the show m Baltimore that to that show, the larger proportion of the cattle exhitiited at the Northern shows is broogbt-that the greater part of the cattle ihere exhibited wll keep on here. Now, it is reasonable to suppose that the fact of the exis tence of this show wilt be known all over the State through means of the press. Nay, from this time forward, it will be cnnounced that it is to take place, through ever* n...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 23 February 1853

THE I ATEST'N'EWS. e==== THE PACIFIC u„,« I nicr Iroro E«Mpe-Cott«i tn nrradMßfl... '''. f>b. 21—The American mail Sl " p. r jfic arrived here this morning with c "* n '-'--'IM.-r«.»«ice. from Europe. Her " Liverpool 8:h mst. She brings 33 n™ Arabia reached Liverpool !Z 6;h beating the Pacific two C*V .., mfr Fariscenna had exploded her vcnihe Rhone, and several passengers pf rt kined. B h6LA*D. r >tnd i« qa>t and withont news of ?pe !>• V rChtrleS Wood, at a public f ' -d that the Government would ex. L f riibt franchise. " rr .„-,ted that Earl Clarendon received 'V' -oi foreign office on Monday. A root • ' j ~e n j «rmed to construt a canal from ■s'« •» ' (0 t!)e pacific, through the I»th* e 'V-'nlpen, ®t of fifteen millions ,itt sterling* ! , ' ■; c px-ting was in London pett v'; Government to use its influence in -Van end to the occupation of lialy by f , \ i-tritm an-.! French troops. Loid Dud i , <tf«art «po»>e. . . . repo't of Liverpool Chamber of c* i-rce i...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 23 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH BE orr WITH YOC KOW. ■ T CHAH.ES SWAtJC. Bp off with vou cow—don't I know That It's or.l/ cajoling yiu are; With "cbefka Hke the rose's soft glow, And glance* more bright than tne star! 'T «troe that my w»i«t i« bui swall. And my riogirts may carl like the vine; But i'ni not like an angel at all! Nor am I the least bit divine! fin ?.« ctf with you now—don't I see You're deluding from eve until daws . H j «teo may be bounding and free, But I'm cot i:- tbe least like a ' Bat 'twas ever the method we know, tince Adam in Ed>n began— Tras kwm. were sure tube• mow, _ An necks were, of course, nke t~- swan. Coire, be < t! with yon i DO TI?, To woo like apisiß-hearted yoatb, Let year mind, it you .ove me. discern. To win, vou must woo a-J witn truth . I wau'd rather —iostead of these Sowers, in wbish you are ever so rile — T»-*t *«u premised to love me all hours, As long as earh other had life ! THE TREMKNDOU3 ADVENTURES, AND THE MIGHTY DKKD3, Kl«e, Doffgfali, Life ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 24 February 1853

VOL. 3--NO 111 JA.S A. COWARDJN, Proprietor. EU3H R. FLEAS ANTS, Editor. •"Tetter to bp f-ead and Thought uptsu. ,-nuK WK!»T AMI NORTH HAVE TsPokV.N.-KUW SPEAKS THE SOUTH— . ,jv si's NY SOUTH —Ih.*r tiw trilcte given by persons, in bis 74th year. Cai there be itiad p ej>s<iif -J as not to yield to socb a In";' •• J- 'v given in favor of llnmp* (0 V» Tremble Tinelare. in ercry h-taiet, T ■■m- s.n<3 c.ty v»fcer(! it ha* found it* way ? Grate i |Wts *P-ist it» prsUe. CHtsrsa DiiTi:eT. Sotitb Can Una, J January 3d. 1853 > >? trrt Men'mer V Moxbray- Gentlemen:—For ; s , t hve years 1 have been a severe sufferer <a Rheumatism. tiU swing yoar recommends - r oi Hatnatou's Vegetable Tincture, I purchased a soft'.'* and the fir«t dose has so much relieved me ttat ."r-.a«d«-r it but justice to give to the suffering woiid :a« res-.t oi the application. Mine was ».c:te Re umatlsin tn the bark—so bad •£*l ; was cofcfir.ed to my b»d tor the last six -ictfc' Ts° i'.rat bottle acte...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 24 February 1853

the daily dispatch. KiOHMON I* . VA.i Tksrsday Morning. febrnary 34, IS3B. DEATH OF SAMUEL TAYLOR. This whote community was inexpressibly shocked to hear, yesterday, of the Jeaih of t te dwtiogui«hed gentleman whose name ' this article. It was very sodden, and »n* oc cssioned by a fall from the Danviile cars, the evening ofthe 22J, as he was attempting; to get out of them, having just returned from Chesterfield Court, rfie became en,an gled fe the railing, and he was prempita ed upon his head, the fall, it <"« supposed,•produ cing serious injury to the bra.n. Mr Taylor was a man of powerful intellect, •nd unwearied application. There was no lawyer' of his day—and he lived in the days oT Leigh, Johnson and Stanard—with whom he could not grapple on terms of equality. He produced, wherever he practiced, the most profound conviction of his superior powers, not only with the bar, but among the whole community. He was one of the few great lawyers (such as Wickham, Leigh, Stanard, Johns...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 24 February 1853

THE LA T HTNgm rHKRCAL!FuRMA NEWS. -ri I( . steamer Tennessee, which left Son Francisco ou the 2d inat.. ha J en hoard ov«r ■ ,> S sseng. is, including Madame Bmcac -_ .| whogoesto Sooth America from Pa in the British steamer. hV took nearly $3,000,000 in ' < t\~>i 01)00 being on freight, and nearly !■ h,'*k; in the hand!, of passengers. * , veliow fever was quite latal on board , , g«.ing out.aud so ne 25paeaeu i' f r. died of the malady. ® The fljods which prevailed so terribly n udioot California had somewhat subsided, i I•»«* damage not s-o gr«ai as was at first gpprtlwnded. , , . ..... J • <> pro«p«cls in tne various mining locali v>,*re most cheering. It was thought the frftliet* wo.;! ! terminate greatly to the advan j.jrV'.ii goid digging, much ot the precious rrttal having been washed up. The »hip nWt> of gold during the ensuing seagon.it «'ss iielieved, would be fully equal if not su.- i-i'—ins »nv previous year. Many thiuk the amount forwarded w ill b...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 24 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH Another Wtbtter and Parkman Tragedy. We were on Saturday shown a letter from • voting friend at Kanawha Satinet, Va., of which we have permission to copy a part : Kasawha Saline?, Sunday, F«b. 13. Dzak Our Valley waa thrown into considerable excitement yesteiday and to-day, by the discovery of a very singular murder, perpetrated a few miles above us. It seems that a man by the name ol Stoghin, owed one Homines, several hundred dollars, appointed an evening, (last Friday/ for settlement, Stoghin left his work in the "evening, and went to K 8 house, teiline his companion, that i«e to settle Pwith R- Since then be had not been seen or. heard of until his friends becom , ws alar ned at his sudden exit, commenced a scarcb, finally entered R's house and looked everv wh<»re a bodv could possibly be conceal* % ed, anJ found nothing, until one ol them, thinK ing probably of Ihe notorious Webster case, commenced scraping in the ashes, and to his iurpriee, found several h...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 25 February 1853

VOL. 3-NO n-' - A coWARmJ' rrepriiw huos R. peasants. Editor^ Md Thoiiuht "P?"' * ' r "i-V-T WIiST AM) NORTH H T'" speaks run sol ra -1 <oi rif -!• nrtw tribute by Tin M hi« ?4th V»r. Can there be Mm Ml to jl.!dto*ueh. *sj r '.. VvdaHv ...eti ::i »">r ot llnmp f' i r sr:nbie Tin'ture, in every h «nlet •on • m f c , s where it »** found its way i Grate- T ' „aki:i DTt'M- _ , Iji rxJT.» •• 'Disratcr. South Carolina, ( CHE>T * January 3d. 1553 V . „ r .;„ p i M Mrprtfjr- ttotUnneoFor ** ' , i j,avr twvn * severe *un««ter ,b ' y° ur recommend. {1. ut». '>*- Tincture, I purchased ti " ll ; •-' < rft ,« e b»« *o much relieved me *'• /}■[' k fcl 'l,,! ! ;;but;uit i c<»to*iTe to thewiflferttg Mat i_' " " s pp,ic«tion , k -uraattmn in the buck—so bad t0 rny bed tor the last six tr.*t ' 4 .!, t t> acted liken ruiun; the u .-j to ay poor aftUctod back. second ' ' we ,, fael Ht young a* wbea •» 3 i *'n now seventy four years of ( w»j i.s.etn I »•" ' *<?•. r , t r;ir Tinc...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 25 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. RICHMOND. *A.l frM«T W«r»l»g> yrtwT Mi 1833. rHE ERICSSON. This vessel is now at Alexandria, where she arrived on Mondty afternoon, having left New York on the preceding Wednesday, in the mom inc. and laid at anchor a: the mouth of the Potomac during the snow storm—twentv se*en houis. She left in the face of a strong gale and heavy sea, and during the passage encountered another strong gale. them both she atood the test admtrably-so well, indeed, that Capla.o Sands, of the Navy, who was on board of her, expressed h.« adra. ration, and declares his perfect willingness to go to Australia or anywhere else in her. _ne has therefore been fully tried, and her success mov be conhidered established. Viactnu Bel.- a company of Swim Bell visited tin. city. a anort lime ago, <>' Vir » ,ui4 BeU RlUft " ,pnl "* " P ' and d«lj we hear their music. in the Houae of Dels ..tes on Monday last, when a vote of the Home waa about tc be taken on some small bill, a member (aa ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 25 February 1853

the I.ATEST news. I '»*• fttTvAL OF THE ARABIA. r . iJtr Hwm l'.nro)>c 1 important an d Interesting Setts. ■ Vmk Febi23.—The European Mail >E " jvrabi, arrired at her wharf at J tin- afternoon, bringing date* from « to the 12th iftst., making the passage r, 11 day' r\Gi.**c. „ met on the Bth in«t., anddiwuas nrvetamme of buaine- for the session. I'he Protectionist Society has been entirely C Vhe Convention between Chili and Great E X^ n was ratified at Lon -oR !he I st '° S «7raNcE. •r , French taxes, will not be increased this . Tes! ' ITALY. ln Direction had occurred in M.Un, j, 16 , P1 j iiom the oth to the bill. Ihe ! ,„sstiv the r :volt had been quelled with ■'.Vol onl* • killed. The patriots state were killed. The patriots attacked irracks, ami. it is said, exterminated the : 4 dispatch, dated the Bth, states Fa Tc„ifr was entirely lestored. Pro-lama- M' i'iim and Kossuth were tound 'ilve'r the citv. Miizztni bad gone into li v'Veiiritid to watch the progress o( events. ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 25 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH "Ri'VT rpoN GOD, B£SS\. f -lath- astd.y* ofh.i Hie, he fluently re to hS mJ, «L,M, "POP ood *•£**"> up. ~i»• _tpr('/ire to Mtrtoirs of Ton A<>ore. cul tlt dr, r . of tfcU world Mt.w.y, Still pntievn* those dream, to cu. When Realty row* then tb« veil «ae't* 7< And ; •/<•* ui oar tc»r. *nd sitf).; , -rW. sk* u;» u God, 8e..,; lean upon God, pr hv « the U*B and the rod, Be*«y; Tae »t*tf and the rod Is t'u, G.d. yS b - '<• rinse fiown. on uf, find fri-nd. disappear, Aad d»t':chUU the uea. t that we love; Oh I wher< shall « look for support, btiiy, acar, If not t" our Fa l, r above I , Te_ '<" • upon <»ud. Bessy: upon God, to- lie !' tb- sirt?and the rod, tfessy; T> tuft ard the rod Is toy Ged. What is a Ssos.-Th chary, in one of his lecture- -aid there were not as many snob* in thin country a* in hi', but .here If the ie«d«r will follow us throoftl, his defi n ton ci a uoob, and then look round upon ihe community, he will begin to think ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 26 February 1853

VOL. B—NO 113 TTs'a. CQWA.HPIN. Proprietor, buoh - -K. li. tdTnrd Thou**' «»»oii. y i ettrf %ND NORTH HAVK Tll H F SPEAKS THE 80IJTH -1 s^v*\: *Oi | Utha tribute give. by T,IK S> vN \ & y n hlg 74!,, year. Can there N» ct ., pf • « »«.t to yield to.uch a in favor "I Bww» * "! V,' S'Tincture, in every h.tn£ "V * ~ * b#r * 11 hM fottnd 4U way fvl be-*'-' 'C : *sTEa P DistmtcT South C»roliti*, I January 3d, 1853- ) „ Hcriinrr tr Movbray- Gentlemen :-For .■ ' fre year* 1 have been a severe offerer sbVr-.a85%5w«.t«a5 b Vr-.a85%5w«.t«a y° ur recommend*- f J I" -npton'* \>«e table Tincture, 1 purchMed ... '\ t the first do*e ha* *«much relieved me f . . 5 dor it but justice to give to the gutlerrrg w*'M th result ofthe application. v m acute Rbcumatiain m tae back—so bad riJ, i va' to my bed tor the last six .'■ / t The firet bottle acted like a charm ; the C id - -!■ 'pd strength to my poor afflicted back, *-d I air. w a*'well and feel a* young as when *"wai » xteen. I ate new a...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 26 February 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. RICHMOND . VA.I gafrday THE MAID OF SAItAGOSSA. Several persons, who happened ta hare read ' «ur article upon the second siege of Saraf ossa, the other day, have asked ns to say something .boat the famoas heroiaa alluded ta ia the caption above. We shall tell all we can gath er about her. , The Spaniard*, it must be recollected, pes -e,s the most lively imaginations of any pea- Tie on earth. This characteristic was brought Lo (all play « he fftCleUß W " W " h ,h ® French, throughout the entire progress of which the leaders seemed to be alwaya on the to invent stories commensurate with tke public credulity. Soon after the fall of Sarseoesa, Spain was visited by Lord Byron, who thus describes the "Maid of Saragossa," „aba was called: , t forthe Spanish maid, aroused, I" „' 0 n the willow herunatnmg guitar, and all ansex'd the an lace bath espoused, loud song, and dared the deeds of war ? And she, who once the semblance of a scar ADtiall'd "■ owlet's larum chilled w...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 26 February 1853

the latest news. CONGRESS—SIOWDAT. Bt>*AfE. In Ihe Senate the credentials of Mr Robert Tombs, Senator from Georgia, for "i'jesra from the 4ib of March next, were pr Th" I arn«T appropriation bill was debated r i! 4 o'clock, when the Senate went into ex- session, and soon after adjourned. Hocsr. or HKrursKNTATiVKS.— The Senate .m.nJwenta to the bills for the re ief of Mrs. VV. Thompson and Mrs. V. Lomax were ce r, of conference was ordered to rawf a Senate committee on the disagreement the two Houses ou the West Point Acade "Vhr Canada reciprocity bill was discussed during the morning hour. The House passed the Indian appropriation t , —the bill 10 rsgolate the «ompen«ation of reft&in i?eposiiories cf the public money, and ihe naval wail steamer appropriation bill. — After the passage ol some private bills, the He use adjourned. The Insurrection at .Vuan. The infotmstion of the insurrection at Milan verv limited. In Paris it was asserted that t-.e t utbreuk had been encouraged...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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