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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 26 February 1853

'HE T)AILY DISPATCH ~ TRiAf or mt SpiniTVitimH C«iciGO. - The County Court was occupied yesterday in he trial of two of the parties—Mrssrs. Pil grim and Arnold-connected with the Bank of Seth p«iw «■ «" indictment for inciting to riot. The following is a portion of the '•'J']"®: mr of Mr*. Herrick, one of the mediums; Had h«en '*> Chirafo some months; had been em ploved in the to take money and pay■ it out; gave advice to Mr. Paine to open the bank •n Tuesday and let one person in at a time; thi< advice was Riven by the sp.nt of <««orga Wellington; did not know of any other coor niGßtcations; might have received one fu« Hetrv Clav; dors not who got a communica tion about the smoking; Henry Cl.r-. ep.rrt told them to receive all the bills and iedern Jhcui; received commumcat.one three or four timesa week; a rule of the hank was not to re deem monev for any person who came in smoking; did not know of any revelation not to mleerr. monev for dishonest persons. The jury in the c...

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. — 28 February 1853

VOL. 3--N0 114 A3 A- COWARDIN, Proprietor, wsa H. PLEASANTS. Editor. :,o« nd Thot««i.f npvn. A ' 'I'iVvr WfTASD NORTH HAVE T k N Jn,,w speaks the south— - - \NV <0t TH —H -ar the tribute Kivea by " i: ' : VXs ns in »ii* "* tsh ye**' C«n there b« v"- ' as not to yle'.d to *uch • * d#ily fi*»u in frror of l!amp. * vr L .-iable Tlnrfnre. in every hamlet, * en where it hM found it* way i Urate 1, >r ;,V> ki><» pr* l9,v , , _ • - (■ ik<tsb DirrwcT, South Carolina,) January 3d, 1533. 4 i M-• ~xtr ft Mowbray— Gentlemen:—For . Z* fire year* I h«e been * «vere ««wer " «ro*tism.till s-V.og ycur recommend*. " ' H«moton'» V, liable Tlaeture, I purchased * *- . K nd the first ooae has +■> much relieved me . i rosaider it but justice to *:re to the •uSerwg «" V •>'- r#*u't of the application. y .««cute Rhouiaaßaai in the back—so bad • »a« confined to my b-d lor the last six . , ire tirst bot'.'e acted like a charia ; tne E ' i strength to tcy poor afflicted back, ' . h8 we...

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. — 28 February 1853

THE TUIT.Y DISPATCH. »h:hmonP ~ JFJXKmSS It S &W fSS-" Hiefcaioxt cwiWaw- *N excellent PROPOSITION. The House ot Delegate* passed, on tnday, a bill with regard to the Court of Appeals- Mr. Miller, of Botetourt, appended to thw bill . ryder to the effect that no counsel shall be permitted to apeak, in any case, moreit a«\ w hours, without the express assent .«*«*« ■ obtained before the argument shall Ihe commenced. This proposition was carried, form, a part of the bill. We hope J carried in the Senate,for it will be the means of cutting up by the roots a great and crymg •ril We are only sorry that .t was not more imperative, and that it left to the Court the power to permit a longer speech under any circumstances whatever. We would have the rule literal and absolute, and we would have it literally and absolutely obeyed. Any lawyer who cannot, in two hours, say all he has to say upon any law question, we care not what it may be, should not be al lowed to apeak at all. If all we ha...

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. — 28 February 1853

news. CONGRESS —Friday. <s E^a tb—The bill for the relief of Hiram Ulcere »nd John Hascal! was taken up and de '»(] after which, it was recommitted to the {"omrnittee on Patents and the Patent Office. 5 e Senate proceeded to consider the army li ro priaiion bill. Among other amendments re appropriating one hundred thousand dol " ~ -he discoverer of the use of anesthetic fr. St '*'«« adopted—yeas 26, nays 26. An " r drnent a ' so ad °P ,ed providing for an :■-propriatioo of lands for an emigrant route > Vililornia. After debating the bill until o'clock, the Senate adjourned. ' n,-.v <>r Rfpresestatiyes —The Speak - is rf Wore the House a letter from the Hon. 'V>va'r>i Stanly. in reply to one from Com. Ap I * Jones, U S.N., addressed to the House •i Naval Aflai'-s, which contained .. reflections on .Mr. Stanly, which was '■,'Crr ■' to be printed. The House next re- J : «aspcod the rules for the considcra • \V. of the bill for the lel efof Msj. Wo. Haz i V VYiegs; fin...

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. — 28 February 1853

« -IE HATLY DISPATCH "CIZZTTh. Cilcutts Morning Chronicle. ShWESE LOVE LETTERS Wo think we ger that P erh<l^, * " n a gen uina Chinese oar readers h«ve WIM M Recently in SfSS^S!,"%!«* «*O," and «h« annexed productions, (( at *ur*fi, are '•^ ra ' trsn ? V'jltJL,, the lathers of r£.s; p f ° p ° sal out* father of _ "The 'beK makes .bei- Tan, named Su, with»« « {he greß ,i y v j r . sauce and , min whose surname tU °n «H Te«h' S in, and presents it „o, old To^;;y ffi ;,^ r a v , at this season of the Ve*o thesatin csrt.ins ureenveloped .nmist reading the beauty of the River and Hills, m the fie Js of the blue «em are planted rows of "yiows close together arranging and d.flus.n* ti J ro.mJieDcein.mt of genial influences, and consequently adding to Hie good of the old year. «i reverence your lottv door. Ihe ue «t of the Suee countnr descends from a good stock, the ongiu of the female of ihe Hui coun try likewise so too>. You have received their transforming influence® resembling th...

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. — 1 March 1853

VOL. 3—NO 115 JAS A CO WARD IN. Proprietor. HUGH R. PLE A3 ANTS, Editor. fTf'tfir io bp"k»ni Rittl Thonitht upou. mIiK A>n NORTH HAVE T J !?OKKN-NOW SPEAKS THE SOITH £uy '« vNY SOL'TH —Hear the tribute given by or ton*, fn hi* "4th year. Can there be . „ Jj »■> p ejudiced »• not to yield to such a' ««« oi testimony daily given in favor of ilamp- Vegetable Tincture, in every hsralet, ™\ : e auJ city » here it ha* found ita way i Urate \ "»• it# praitc. Chkster OJSTSICT, South Carolina, I January 3d, 1853. ) Mortimer 4- Mawbray- Gentlemen Pot th . ; «t r.ve year* I have been a tevere sufferer • t.te Rheumatism, till seeing your recommend*- 'ts -not Hampton'* Vegetable Tincture, I purchaaed .s,u> and the find dose ha* *o much relieved me Swt i cossidor it but justice to give to the suffering Jm ' the result of the application. &.■ ni acute Rheumatism in the back—so bad that'l wa» ccnr.'ted to my bed tor the last six noetbs The first bottle acted like a charm; the s vnd res...

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. — 1 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rj. Tfcf. elrcnlatioa of the Dally Di«patch ex *2Tco»>«M'r«bt7 that of ail the Daily paper, of pi-ifwd cumMn>d- RICHMOND. VA.i T«e»4ny Morning, Wsrcfc », 18fl3. INTERNATIONAL COPY-RIGHT. That portion of the late treaty connected with this .abject, is t ti" before 'he Senate, but it seem, to be very genera y understood that it will psss imo. l«w. We hare never known public sentiment, if the press be any index, eo entirely unanimous upon any one subject as it is upon this. In no part of the Union do we meet with a dissenting paragraph or with a paragraph which even intimates a doubt as to the propriety, er even expediency, of thd measure. The old piratical argument, advanced with so much teal, and, we regret to say, with so much eucoess, many years ago' that it would be betier for vs that things should remain as they are, is scarcely intima ted. It seems to have been completely over whelmed, by the juster and more manly senti ment which has every where sprung...

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. — 1 March 1853

THE I.ATEST NEWS. Pierce and his Cabinet, S?c. , V|( », S .tw, Feb. 27.—Gen. Pi rce yM „Hav during the morning, received calls of . I'nv at his apartment*, only admitting one JZa il • lime - The ,Ush W * B 1,01 V^ y '*'*? tne reception not being generally ' r iteiween 2 and 3 o'clock, he visa ' iTr 'a fhurt time, the two Houses of Con l and cm received with great attention. ? riiio»owi««" <? be the true com- V n of the Cabinet, as definitely fixed upon: L Marc,■, of Now York Sec -7,l'rvo! staie; Moo. James Guthrie, of ken -v vrcrriarv of the Treasury; Hon. Ro :'r\fcCklland, 0 f .Michigan, Secretary of the lf Hon. Jefferscn Davis, of Miwissippi, <"<-re arv War; Hon. J. C. Dobbin,of North fw n«', Secretary of the Navy; Hon. James • .... i f i o! Pennsylvania, Postmaster Gene ji H n. Caleb Gushing, of Massachusetts, ittonjev General. . . ' Numerous stransers are arriving, and the '. e < Rre already filled. The boarding-houses .-•'private dwelling- are also tilling up. Vi n....

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 1 March 1853

•fff I daily dispatch ""a" .cwbh AncHßisaoP'i Cha*ob.—The ».! Jebait quotes a Lentea locution of the Card, ut Archbishop of Be«*ncon, m which that wrerend prelaw f unmindful apparently ol the aacrad text, in which the divine being » de clared ta aufler hia sun to «bine|on the e»il and caod, and aend hia rain cn the juat and on the vnjuat) io. i'a orjh* tempo a! • cour * f e ®~3" C g •«sterility oi the noil, bankruptcy ot trader*. &c.,—which cannot but follow from no - servance of Sundav—in his episcopal se that observance. He cites as a w " r "' *or ample thatofhetel and co sequence o! not bavin? paid aufhcen t awn tiou to another law of the ahnrch-that fortM obaervance of fast days-hare baMhyuwfc ment of railways fall on them. According to the Cardinal on |he backslid?^ 1 ifonifaces in question, that the rail w.v trains run by their taverns without atop- ZSc to bait, and carry travellers right on to the® journey s end, leaving the unfortunate hotel and inn keepers in the lurch....

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 2 March 1853

VOL. 8--N0 11<> TTa A COWARDIN. Proprietor. HtfOH R. PLEASANTS. Editor, I i H\naO I do 2 mouth# 700 1 do 10 00 1 ? i° 73! 1 do « do 16 00 i «!l do ly«.r 3 00 1 charged at the .ame I***£ •• long" 1, *<{- in exact proportJoo, and payable in ad- Tt _ . . Inserted once a week.twioe cr three tixes a week, will be «harg«d SO the first insertion. and 3"J cents tor each "3Sp Manias® notioea inserted for S5 cents; Fu !iotlcf< ceo®: deaths, without obituary or invitation. 12j cents „ Vh»" Pa- v Dispatch' la served to subscribers anal quarter payable to the weekiy. Prf« for tniung, 81 a year In ad- T * M *" tub wkeki.y dispatch I. wMsfc- d every Friday morning, and mailed «Ml COS.LX* A via* To Clubs, for $5 sixco tor* 10 thirteen copies; for «L 5 twenty so p!».' far » -otw. r.tv-geven copies. TTVfterif) be Kend and Thought upon. milß AMD NORTH HAVE T 'raKKN JNOW SPEAKS THE SOUTH •rn" SI NNY SOUTH —Hear th<s tribute given by nr - o''her tons, in hia 71th year. Can there be m-t ra...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 2 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. JSTJXEfSS 1 "5 Hiehaoad coHrfaed- ItlCH.ltfflWD . VA.i Wt<sfn'sT Wsrslaj' Wsrt>>> 1833. J " GEORGE R. GLIDDON, ESQ. It has been well known by the friends and admirers of this distinguished gentleman, that hp has for some time been engaged in prepar ing for the press a work, the best idea of which may be drawn from the title which he propo se to affi* to it, and which is as follows * 'Types of Mankind, or Ethnological Research es based upon the ancient monuments, paint jngs, sculptures and crania of races, and upon their natural, geographical, ph.lolog.caUnd biblical history, See." Dr.Nott, of Mob.lee gentleman well known in the sc.ent.fic world, is associated with him in the enterprise. This work is dedicated to the memory of the late fJamuel George Morton, M. D., Pres.dent of jhe Academy of Natural Science?, at Philadel phia, author of Crania Americana, Crania Egyptiaea, &c.,and is prefaced by a memoir of that distinguished gentleman, the whole o...

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. — 2 March 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. «=fJSvrt OF THE tmiTED BT»T6S. v,\«x Feb 28 —The .teamer United State. S,W lahiw from Chagrea. She bring. Cull fc,^ r J -et to the 1« iart t°m iIOO.OOOin gold " ? Tenne*.e arrtred at Panama on the I The .te.nier Sierra Nevada bad arrived »t in forty-eight day* from New York * barque Laiue, arrived ft Panama Thtdvic:• from Australia to the 27th November. w amerioate had returned, none of thein th *r f iOOO A number are paaaeuger. * ' r-i the United State.- "Jf ooethou.and emigrant, were dailv paw ~ ,■" Melbourne from Great Britain and Ame- r C *- „ r »HtV>f»ia paper, contain but little new. tjooa * fe*< y° u tele « n| P h « !Ter » l d «y* «g<> ' x/ i '- W l ods < b**d nearly .übaided, but the road. «ri. a mo»t -ropa.talile. and the suffering oi " < rP r n the interior represented ». heart-rend itep' i c t fl urat Nevada and vicinity " X P r exhausted In the mine., at some *" . * wa su.Uined by feeding on mere '* C » ch they were fortunate enough to ...

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. — 2 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH The flsali mf the Children. |T iotlowini poem is too good to be lost, although it ma ; be considered, ia some sort, as a continence if not aa imitation of " The Cry of the Children." Who hid* for the little children— Body and soul and brain t Who bids for the little children— Young and Witlisut a (tain ? Will no one bid 1 said England, Kor their souls so pore and white. And tit for al! good or evil, The world on their page may write ? We bid, said the Pest and Kamine, We bid for life and hmb: Fever and Vain and Squalor Their bright young eye* shall dim. When the children grow too many, WV'ii nurae them a« o«sr own. And aide them in secret places Wliere none may hear their moan. 1 bid, Bid Beggery. howling, I'ii buy then one and all; I'll te tch them a thousand leesom— To iie, to skuik. tocrawl: They shall »ieep i" my lair, like maggots, Tiiey .-hail rot in the (air sunshine; And if they «erve my purpose, I hope they'll answer thine. And I'll hid higher and higher,...

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. — 3 March 1853

VOL. B—NO 1-17 7a3 A. CQWARPIN. Proprietor. HXTOH R- PLEASANTS. Editor. —Ot AO V EKTIBiMU. I*i"j nl *"-tionso 50 I 1 I month 84 00 5075 1 do 3 month. 700 1 f ' do ICO 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 £ ' wJk 17511 do « do 1600 * j wes ki 375 i 1 do 1 year 300 1 CIT C*mmuni«tlon»»ra charged at the lime '*s-ar 7V~ Vn'« <r i«« ; longer ad- proportion, and payable lnad- Inserted once a week, twice . or three times a weak.will be «kwpd *0 Jantsfor the first insertion, and 37* cents for each notlecs Inserted for 25 cents; Fu- JV!D "J.VJ 25 cents; Death*, without obituary or »««»r»!invitation. 12i cents. ... <rh* •• Dail* Dispatch" Is served to subscriber» .1 >s " r**"- «*" P" P»T» ble to the •j^; r woekty. Price f<* mailing. • year In ad ,lC4rt THE WEEKLY DISPATCH u wbase d every Friday morning, and mailed 7. on* DOLLAE A VBAB. ToCLCBS, for *5 SlXCO oif-J for #50 thirteen copies; for #15 twenty eo pjj).' for cooiga. 7 i puerto be Keßd and Thought upon. mHB KA»T, WBST A>D NORTH HAVE 1 'i-O...

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. — 3 March 1853

dispatch. 01 tfae Wly Wspeloh el — " ""aiCHMONP. VA.t Marring March 3, ul SHAKSPEARE. Our readers will be somewhat startled, no ( l.| are about to enter doubt, upon *eti*g that we are aoo upon th. do-.I " lh * 2,. of «... utietai >'< » ">«' J*"™' "! food of «* ™~ >h.<« h..e oo fe... (« "« c0»K,».0. Its Every new discovery re.at.ve to Inm, to his'woiks, or to those even who are suppos. «d to have had any the slightest connection with him, becomes, at once, intensely interest jog to the whole circle of reading people ihroughout the world. We propose to intro duce one on this tccasion, which is of far more importance than all others combined, from the death of the poet to this day. All those who huve made themselves fami liar with Shakspeare ;and who that reads En glish has are aware of the obscurity which his text presents in numberless instan ces, and of the unbounded field of investiga tion, enquiry and emendation this obscurity has opened. The amount that has been wr...

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. — 3 March 1853

HOW I* BAiTmoßE.—About one clock Tuesday morning a grand row took ' ;«re at Washington Flail, Baltimore. A large r 'imber ol persons who had been enjoying tbem«elve« in « b ® ll lhere » f°» in, ° a baU,f » sud bf' ck tB!8 » ch » ir «» benches, bot •lf, and fire i" »he eonteat. The neigh bor? were dreadfully alarmed. The Sun inti .»«that the watchmen did not exert them riaie* »»•* . e , selves beyond the springing of their rattles.— O"? man only was arrested, but upon declar. c that he did not throw a brick, and that he „-a " friend of the watchmen," he was set liberty. An attack was made from without, ( 'it the garrison hurled upon them any quanti cf missiles, such as porter bottles, &c., and cr. a:i wßS badly cut in the hetd with a bot . f Tie baitSe royal only wound up after the weaker party had fled. Tn» President's Mansion.—The Civil and itui Diplomatic Appropriation bill was so l: ( tided in (he Senate, Tuesday, as to appro priate f'3S),OW to repairing the President's ainns...

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. — 3 March 1853

Tff ri DAILY DISPATCH ST""'" rrwtfcTwter. p» n » plem il ° r •* *• •And * teacher, mad.me,' said I« he i -j?-«*akiM Frenchwoman with whom I had an arrangement for a room and sneak to an old friend on the subject; can I be of farther service?' 'Wanv thanks, no.' . ~~ . I sent for my baggate fn»ifhs HHet det Ftraneert, and wandered about Pane, ex uSfamused and charmed w.th novelty fiTbitferl, «nd con.i u*ltf consc.ous o he inipriorifv of Jtßorar.rc. On thai day, for the only ime in mv l.f •, I envied, not nngn.ficence nor ?eni«H, out the voinh.l.ty of two ragged Ur At n'rie, next moving, 1 heard a tap at the door, an 4 upon my' Come in, followed a roan ° f 'Madams G. informs me that you need les «ons in my language. I can devote to you two boms in the morning. Do you think three finncs too much?' ' By no means; shall we begin?' We did, and in (he eagerness of acquisition, at first, I scarcely looked nt my teacher; but it is impossil te to contort long with a fellow being, without some...

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. — 4 March 1853

"vOL. 3-NO 11* Vac, a. COWARDIN, Proprietor. b -j G h R- PLEASANTS, Editor. be Head nnd Thought upon. * WKS T AM) NORTH HAVE T U w)KV-NOW SPEAKS THE SOUTH r-v VsNY SOUTH —Hear the tribute given by Vher- ms, >n his Tlth year. Can there be 00,1 1 j' s p pjudiced nn not to yield to such a <ny dailv given in favor of ilanip- VesetAWe Tinctare, in every hamlet, , an a city here it has found it* way f Grate tp.'ak ita praise. / .r-TKR District, South Carolina, J January 3d, 1853. ) U tsre V rtinur \ Movbray— Gentlemen:—For in' tire vear* 1 have been a aevere sufferer • till seeing your recommends I T jHatri-'sV* Vegetable Tincturo, I purchased arVth- first dose has ao much relieved me * "(ohiider it but justice to give to tho suffering « v- d tfce r-suit ol the application. >v&s acute Rheumatism in the back—ao bad • t | WAS oonl'tsed to my bed tor the last six . dhi ;»• irst bottle acted like a charm ; the >rd r.-.-to:. d strength to ray poor afflicted back, ' j ' 8(U J.\w...

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. — 4 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH- ttlZZiec**** jtICHMON P . vaT» yrMay Meralag, Mart* 4, ieg3« MR. THACKERAY'S LECTURE- We entered the Alheoarum on Wednesday ■ieht. with a feeling that we should rive no *«« P ,wure Thack which was to be delivered by Mr. T hac Trar-not .hat we doubted the capacity „( that gentleman to write well upon that or any subject which he might select, for he ha« given too many and too noted proofs of h,s genius to allow it, nor that we underrat ed ,be interesting character of the subject he had chosen, for there is scarcely, in the whole range of literary history, one more intensely attractive. But when a man has acquired an immense reputation by one species of publi: display, we naturally feel appre hensive when we see him attempting an other. We feared lest the laurels which had i>een won by type and paper, should wither in this n'jw species of literary enterprise, and we felt thus in spite ol the great success which he has met with as a lecturer in other places. We k...

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. — 4 March 1853

THELATESTNEWS. Ait Failure.—We received no paper# r , n h of Washington last night. CONGRESS— Wedkespav. i..iri -Tlw senate resumed the consid f, on ot 'ihe civil and diplomatic sppropria f rM h !i » bich. alter having been further amend tlOfl "resolution in relation to the print , .he census return was then taken up, and passed. . . 'tS annual Post Othce appropr.atwn b.il token up- An amendment was ottered by r<vin providing tor a semi monthly ma.l Francisco to China, on which Mr. addressed the Senate in relation to 1 oreic" p»li-2 v of ,he United Stales. The . 'nteni was subsequently withdrawn, and the Territory of W ash J. n whs considered and passed. »v'<> rri ' ft of ,iie committee of conference Jiheatmy bill, by which the Senate re- Cd"iron> its amendments in relation to the i rente to me Pacific, among other 'Quints was concurred m. S 'V|jV i avi»l appropriation bill was taken up, ..-V, uiikt-ius amendments wi re adopted.— pi, amendments for the reorganization of ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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