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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 November 1855

EVENING STAR. OUB ANGEL ?Aftctionntdy inscribed to Valbs nss and El* iiv H vbba'oh. on the death of their daugh ter Alios. 3T F11LST We had a little angel once, Th- dearest thing on entth ; Wbo?3 winuing tones our hou*s beguiled With joyou*news and mirth ; But oh. she was too purs and fWir For this cold world of ours ; And now her brow is wreathed around With God's unfading flowers. We washed b??ide her dying couch, Bowed down by grief and care; While o'er us flashed the sombre wings Of dark and grim despair; We s iw, eatS hour, her azure eyee V* ith pearly dewarops wet, And knew, alas ! that we must lose ? ?ur treasure and our pet. Dear Alice, thou art wand ring now On God's ambrosial fhore; And in our strirk-n hearts we feel Thou crt but gone befere; Vet still our nature will rebel At cruel fate's decree; ? My child?my child ' oh, would to God That we Lad died for thee : Dear angel one thou hast passed through Death's darksome valley dim ; And Gi.d who lint thee unto us, Hi* calle...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 November 1855

EVjSNXi*3 SXAK, riBLI^itEU CVKltV AFTERNOON, >KXCEPT SUNDAY,) gt tk? Si-** Rutliii:iff, corner of />?i?iityi?s*ts iv*\?t <**d Mtvtntk Strut, U j W. A). WALLACE, fVl be -?erved to subscribers by canter* at SIX \sJ A QUARTER CENTS, pnyable weekly o the Ai?eu:s; papers served In packaj;-* at :n% aents per month. To mnil subscribers the sub gcrlption priceIs THREE DOLLARS AN D FIF TY CENTS ayeiniiiKlrnti,TWO DOLLARS for ?t* months, and ONE DOLLAR for three .oonths; for le*? thaa three months at the rate of j ? ^ rfnt' a w?"?k ~JT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. 1 E%< EEr>l1?LY nTERMTIKi TO LA DIES AND OE.1TLEME1. f^VANS, Oi pennsylvania AVENUE. A has just rec?ived a lartie assortment of Ladies' Kl'rs, of all dualities and varieties, well worthy theatten ion or that class of purchasers. They will 11 id tr ieles in that branch of h'.s business ex x tlv suited to their wants *nd tastes. The a^soit :nen' 1* Indeed very beautiful. "V He ha*, too, mid 1 ample provision ttjrs ^V for ^ n...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 November 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: nil RS94V XtrembtrS. 8PIH1T OF TXZ HOR5INQ PEK88. The Tn.t?lItenter calls for the publication uf tbe SeciMaty of War's opinion or original decision upon Gen Scott's back pay question; end on the authority < f European papers says, ?with reference to the proposed international Cen?rtss concerning the Sound Dues question: "The purp so is suppo-ed to be a temp rary arrangement. roas to avait any incoavtrience whi h might arise out of the apt reaching ter mination ?f ths? treaty with <5 United States. The r!..r. 14%. su~,;csifcd is, instead of taying dr.. hi r*??-?'ngEl??nor?. without reg rd to distinatu . to pay th' 'laties on the landirv of the ^cods by the importer at any of the Balti<> p? ri*. i his plan, itthou<?ht, would 11. a great measure put out ; tSe fi??ld of con tent -a Lsgiaxd, France, and tne t'nited States, ami ai! nations cn this side oi the " <*ui d. ai d n "? i.-t the question to the delibe ruti.'' - ot tii?? six B.aic S...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 November 1855

KV EN1NG STAB. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. L He alth Orri? rn ?Washington ran no for f t*r be eitiml among the village* (,t this ' T jpublia ; its thistle-grown 44 old 4eld?" have l-.r.g since been encroached uj?on hv street ex ten?a&is actl oar fricnJ, Col. W. W. Seaton, would be much puizlcd now to catch trout hack of St Patrick's church, or shoot wood cock in the clashes. As we hare attained the rank of a eity. we must always expect to become sub ject to those usual heVith destroying influences, which are unknown to small populations. Washington has reached a stage of progress and prosperity which requires the interven tion of strict sanitary regulations and the Adoption of those modes of preserving health, which have been elsewhere attained ?>y tardy, and wften, too. painful experience. A system may be adopted, before serious harm can r.rue, and thereby, the old reputation for ?? health within our borders.' he preserved Let us not forget that the Republic entrusts many precious l...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 November 1855

EVENING STAR [*>* THE STM. IVK1IIFG. BT IVVIIII. The sun reclines behind thedistant hills, And tlings o'er plain and wood his parting ray, And gentle music from the woodland rills Lu'ls Into sleep the quickly fading day. The fortst, like some vanquished host of rid, Wirhdrawa In silencc. In the misty Kloom,? But like that host, tho' beaten, still as bold, its lofty lines amid the darkness loom. The mill, that erewhlle troublous mnsic made. Ha* ceased its song, adown the limpid stream; And. mid the gloom, and glim'rinjr through the shade, I L? v;iow worm wai.de r? with licnvant gleam. Now Silence takes ter sclitary relgu. The gleamv stars peer from the b< undless bine. *SJEnUr ^ce brood* ?'?" the lonely plain; /'t.lst earth iind hea*en fade upon the view : No sounds the echoes of the woods awake. Naught living mar* the scene, nor low nor high Save where, insllrnce, to the northern lake, On noiseless wing the wild-goose wanders by. Ah, me ! an tour with nature thus alone, To mus...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 November 1855

THE EVENING STAR, rillLIIHRU EVERY AFTKRMOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) Jt fkt Stm r.ormtr of PiM<yltwu (N1M *AU liUv4*tk Strut, By W. D. WALUCH, ffl i be served to subscrt'oers by carriers at SIX A*i? A QUARTER CENTS, pnyable weekly to tue Agents; papers served la packages at 37)g ?eats per month. To mail subscribers the snb Kriptlon price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CEN TS aywusdeavi, TWO DOLLAR? for ?lx months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for lew than three months at the rate of li){ cents a week inr SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT Bll'BEDINGLY INTERESTING TO LA DIES AND GENTLEMEN. EHVANS. US PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, has just received a large assortment of Ladies' FURS, of all qualities ana varieties, well worthy the atten ion of that cl'.ss of purchasers. They will fi id ar icles in that branch of h!s business ex actly 4u ted to their wants and tistes The a>soit-| meat la indeed very beantiful.B u He hu. too, mid? ample provision^^^^ for gentlemen and youths, and to-day^^V i .troduced the ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 November 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: ?? ? FW-4Y Naremk^r 9 S. i Kl-r OF TUK MOSNING PKE3S. Tho Union, in reply to the Intelligencer's alleged w ?nder how any question eould hare arisen tbit called for the expression of an offl ca' opinion of the Atl trney General on States rght?, -a79, re j properly : " vre, on the ether hand, repeat the expres* ti- , ? f our wonder, how it is that persons o<" I iiiU lngence and experience should now, for the Q:~t time, t/eeome aware of the fact that case* in ibis braucb oi' puhlio law are pre sented r > ri::J?y. growing out of dispnted lsn ! tit'fs, Applications for extradition, prose cution of . ft-.-? cs, grants of public land for I iat?iT.f 1 ini| n.veintnts, poliete?, regulations, I ri^at.4 of i.uv* tier, condemnation of prop erty for publi? use", paseenger laws, licens? ar.<i t-ix laws, reservation of ]>ufclic domain for miliary or naval purpose.*, ?nd a long list of other matters involvirg conflict of jurisdiction betwe.-n the United St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 November 1855

KVKNING STAR. 1/6CAL INTELLIGENCE. A Weddisg Ceremost was celebrated yc? / terday afternoon in the First Preshvterian Cuurch on Four-and a-half street; Col. M. Thompson leading to the altar Miw Mary O. lK>a*las?. and the Rev Byron Sunderland, in a solemnly impressive manner, conducting the important ceremony. A large number of ladies ana gentlemen were present,imdudingtbemar ' ried as well as person# now in a state of celi- j ta.'y. The latter had a fine opportunity of seeing how such " knots'" are ''tied," and t<> prepare themselves accordingly for the hyme rial performance. The popular and gallant Colonel, it is well known hereabout, is a mem ber of the Washington bar: and newly all of hia brethren in the law paid him the com pliment of their presence, togetbet with the Judges of the Criminal and the Orphans' Court, and the clerks and the other att iches of the several legal tribunals. On the con clusion of the ceremony. nearly all of tho assemblage advanced and congratul...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 November 1855

kvening star. TO IDA A. MILTOlf ?Y A. V Rl IN T>. Wy gentle friend, I love the well, Tar more than any tongue can tell; And I will ever love thee, too, W iih feelln-s that are de*p and true. Although 1 have act known thee long, \ .?! ci.rds of love have bound me strong : Tis sweet to love one's devest friend And feel iwill last till life shall end A nd If Thy friendship, too, shall laKt Though times and years roll slowly past; On? simple boon I'll ask of thee. 1 h&t thou wilt sometimes think of me. Iuk Economical Lajidladv.?One day, when butter was scarce aud high, Mrs. Wiggins lilt upon the economical plan of spreading with her own economical bands the butter upon the ullowaucc of bread she doled out to her board era?merely to save trouble! Mr. Jordon race home to tea rather late on the first ? yenir z <>f thia new dodge, satdown in presence <>t all the other boarder*, and received a slice from Mrs. Wigzins, who had gone through the certimoy of buttering it befor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 November 1855

THE EVENING STAE, ritHLlSHKI) EVERY AKTEK.IOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) ?t th* Star Buildings. corner of P tansy limnis t??M atJ Aleventh itroot, By W. D. WALLACH, If 11 be served to subscribers by carriers at SI A A \ D A qUARTEK CENTS, payable weekly ?,?the Agents; paper* served in package* at 17# & ?t? per otoath. To mall subscriber* the *ab ?trptlon priceis THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CEN M a year in a</ra??, TWO DOLLARS for six month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for lass than three month* at the rate of 1*# cents a week ICT9IN0LE COPIES ONE CENT. I ACADEMY OF MUSIC. N PURSUANCE OF THE DESIGN OP . this Institution, viz: the diffusion of the knowl edge of Music, and a cultivation of the public taste for the higher ord??r of the Art, the ACADEMY OF MUSIC propose* to give a series of FOUR CONCERTS: and, with a view to add as much as possible to their popularity, the Great Works of Beethoven, Mozart. >Iendlesohn,Spohr, Hummel and others, relieved bv lighter compositions, will ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 November 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY Wove?sber 10. SPiiUT OF IKE MORNING PRK88 Th j Union publishes the correspondence fcetw en M?yr?. Reeder and Whitfield, where in R notifies W. of his purpose of contesting his election, and W., in replj, denies his right to do ar jthfng of the sort, and reviews his (Reeder's) proceedings in Kansas, and th* facta ani law if the case, to substantiate his posi tion. Tbe btttlhgenerr again calls on the Union to came the parl:oa!ar case in which it receni Iy became the duty of the Attorney General to giro an opinion upon tbe Constitution doc trine of State lights?basing its request on an Intimation that it conceives tbe subject to be one wbi??h should not be approached by tho Fxccative branch cf the Government, except under circumstances of pressing necessity. The Nicaragua Transit Company. We have received a communication from the counsel of the Accessory Transit Company of Nicaragua, reviewing a recant article lb tbe Star opon the current difficu...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 November 1855

- evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Iirr-rtavt to All ?Nowhere in Washing ton oa~> 'h-nre be found a better and larger as ? -tmentof hardware in all it. varieties, and coach trimming, Ac., than at the establi?h ment of EU*ns A Thomson, 325 Pennsyva nia avenue, btwecn Ninth and Tenth street*. The *t/?pk. selected with great care bj those enterprising aid deserving gentlemen, coro f rises housekeeping hard ware, building mate ria^*, and cabinetmaker's, carpenter's, black smith a. and coaohmaker's goods. Mr. H. ijemken informs the public, through our advertising columns, that be will soon be in the receipt of a new supply of silver plated ware, not only of beautiful and fashionable manufacture, but at greatly re-laced prices. While some people affirm that they only e?t to live, there is no doubt that othurs live to eat. Oar opinion is. however, that mankind in gener.il do both, thus serving a doable pur pose William Coke A Co., have taken the National Eating House, formerly kept by ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 November 1855

EVENING STAR. THE STAB 07 HOPE. The Star of Hope beams brightly o'er The cheerleaa scene of eartn? And the)- who oace have cherished it, Arc woat to know Its worth. AM thev who trace ita onward coarse Through the fadeless azure sky. Though ita lustre often seems to fade, They know 'twtll never die. Who would gr?sp the phantom bright, And claim it for their own ? Or hope for joys which are not theirs, To treasure them unknown. Bat scon, alas' the vision's fled. The gold*- n dream is past? The dazzling Star of dope's grown dim, Its brightness cannot last. Vet still >el it will return, lo beam again mere bright, To shed I's brilliant talo round The soul bereft of light. But there aro some to whom it seems By shadowy clouds o'ercast?? Who d?*em it but a bear on light, Of jeyrws memories past. Dbath et Yiclescb?Coroner O'Donnell wa8 '-ailed opon yesterday to hold an inquest upon the body of a boy, fourteen years age, named William H. Powers, residing at No. 79 Willett streit. who came...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 November 1855

THE EVENING STAB, PUBLISHED KYEKY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) it iw Star Bmildtngs, corntr of fiutyltMt* sesstu and Eleventh strut, "By W. D. WllLACB, W11 be served to subscriber* by carriers at SIX and A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; papers served la packages at 17* tents per month. To mail subscriber* the sub scription prtoet* THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year i?adr?*e4,TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for iess than three months at the ra'.e of 11* rents a wsek irj-SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. ACADKttV OF .MUSIC. IN PURSUANCE OF THE DESIGN OF thl* iMtPc'ton, r\z: the diffusion of the knowl edge of M isle, and a cultivation of the public taste tot the nlgher order of the Art, the ACADEMY OF MUSIC p-oposes to give a series of FOUR C O SC E RTS: - td v "h a vi-w to add as much as possible to -tn?*lr ,?? paiarity, the Great Works of Beethoven, M w.irt, M?udle*ohn,Spohr, Hummel and others, relieved by lighter compositions, will be pro duced wi-...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 November 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: M() S DAY N?Tmb?r 19, SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PEI18 The T'nion moralizes over the " iami" of the'day ; and is of opinion that Senator Sew ard, though to severely beaten in the reoent New York and Massachusetts elections, al rcal aims to pull wool orer the eyes of the simon-pure Know Nothings; and it alao laughs at the purile threats of the London Tinux, pointing to England's manifest imbecility and humiliation in oonnection with the Russian war, to justify its contemptuous opinion of "the ThundercrV' bluster. The Intelligencer, commenting on the trana fcr cf the large Eugliah fleet to oar waters, says: "Several of the London letters and newspa pers looking to something more practical than this absurd ?uggestion, intimate that the trans fer of the fleet had its origin in the reports that had just reached England as to the un friendly disposition evinced by this Govern ment and people towards the Alliea. in coun teracting the movements of foreign agenta to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 November 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. "Tit* Varibtb"?'Kuskel A Co.?This hjoH theatre has, daring the put three weeks, "?.ndergone a complete transformation, and? newly papered, reieoorated, thoroughly reno vated, and famished with every convenience which could enhance the enjoyment of its au di tory?may now rank among the mo*t beau tiful and rickerck* place* of amusement in the Union. It will be inaugurated for the dra matic season on Monday evening, Not 19, by the popular star company of the Holliday Street Theatre. Baltimore, in the ranks of which may be found the names of some of the most talented and gifted artist* this country has ever produced; while as a unity they are not excelled by any corps drcim.ittque the American stage can boast. The famed come dian, Ilarrv Chapman, and his dashing lady, the very embodiment of sparkling huir.or, are artists whose superiors might with modesty lay elaim to the perfection of comic genius. Oeo. C. Boniface, the leading male member, is de'tine ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 November 1855

EVENING STAR. THE MUSE nr WEEDS. Times have sadly changed (raj? the Albany Atlas) siuoe Barns sang " Fill me with the rosy wlo?,n and ?ineo hU muse her inspiration drew from " ? Whiskey, soul of plays and pranks, When wa..Uu;j thee, what tuneless cranks Are my poor verses." Here is a tuneless crank," without inspira tion from wine or wit. that bewails the power of 44 Tfcae (Maine-law leeches) o' the excise Wha mak the whlskej stills their prize." which may be seen, beautifully printed, dis played in different places in the city, whera can also be found, 14 Vines and wines and d-unken Bachus What * Is the reign of Whiskey Punches o'er ? Shall Sherry Cobblers greet the sight no more* Is ?">ne the Brandy Sma<h we loved so well ?. Gone our Schnapps, whiskey, rum and water ? Yes, lopcrs, l?rn the taste of Croton water. Mowrn for your loas, you wretched Englishmen, Mourn for your Ale, that shall not come again. Weep. weep, ye Germans.?weep the scalding tear, In vain your soul imy th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 November 1855

the rvsimra star, PtBLCtifKO EVtEMY APTkKf^UU.l, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At tk? Stf Builitmfs.frntr of fiadlfltMU ??*? tmd EUrtntk strut, By W. D. WALLAC3, Wl I be vrved to subscriber* by carriers at SIX A ,:) A UbARTER CENTS, payable weekly to :ue Agents; paper* served la packages al 37X #ent* per cooatii. To mail sabacribera the sub ?criptiea prireWs THREE DOLLARSAND F1F TY CENTS a year TWO DOLLARS for six months, aad ONE DOLLAR for three months, for leaa than three month* at the rate of cents a wwk. UT* SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1855. NO. 893. ACADEMY OF MUSIC. IN PURSUANCE OF THE DESIGfi OF this Institution, vli : the diffusion of the knowl edge of Music, and a cultivation of the publie taste for the higher order of the Art, the ACADEMY OF MUSIC propose* to give a series of FOUR CONCERTS: and, with a view to add as much as nosnlble to tbe'r pr^ ^rlty, the Great Works of Beethoven, Mozart yl- dlesohn, Spohr, Hummel and others, reli-ved bv ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 November 1855

rvening star. aMSHIHOTOft CITY: TfE? JAY Sevemker 13 { tf ADV BUT1HKMBKTI Should be handed In by 1? o'clock, M., otherwise they may not ap peix until the next day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNIJQ PRISS. The Union berated the London Tim*j in return for the letter's recent abase and mis representation of the United States; rejoice? over the political redemption of Chicago; ex pose* the hollowners of Governor Reader's profession* (f devotion to the Nebraska bill end its principles, by reference to his effort to get Into the delegate seat from Kansas by virtue of a m >b-elcotion ; and is exceedingly gratified with the Louisiana and Mississippi elections, the Democrats having swept every thing in the mentioned State, and every thing bat a single member of Congress in the fanner. The IntfUtgmeer publishes a union-saving letter from a venerable subscriber, wherein it is lasumed that the extension of slavery, if not stopped, is to be the death of the Union, and laughs at the notion as a chimera. T...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 November 1855

EVENING STAR. LGCAL INTELLIGENCE. Relief to Norfolk a*i> Portsmouth ? Now that, happily, th* pestilence which #?> rearfuhy prevailed in tbojt cities, recentlv, his altogether disappeared, we can recur with plsasure, not in a spirit of boasting, to th? generous and liberal contribution? of the peo ple of Washington toward the relief of the dis tressed in the yellow-fever infeoted localities. We have no means of am'ertaining, from data, the precise amount of money freely given with a view of administering coinfort to the suffering victims of the scourge, but we may safely venture the assertion that Wash ;agios, in proportion to its population, con tributed at least as much as any other city of the Union, and perhaps more. Fifteen thou sand dollars, we think, will como und?r rather than over the mark After the greater por tion of this sum had been sent to Norfolk and Portsmouth, a meeting of citizens, it will be re collected. was convened at the City Hall, and a general committee...

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