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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 4 March 1853

ygtt DAILY dispatch 1 COMMBRCIAIJ. micimoMi MAKK™. War tkt meet endinf Tkurtdaf » *""* W*r tht eoaiKCTSD.i rapon S»«es dull. Virginia coredbo, fk!!... 04 to 104 cU ; old Western and Bain 84 to N cents: Shoulder* Bto 6% cts; E'»«■ • H *»' 13 to l 3* ctt jMW Firkin 18 to 90 cents __r , h . |_,h Holl 25 : Goshen 20 to 85 cent*. *BEESWAX-22 a 23 ct*. per lb.-wlth smsU reto 12* cent* on board for good mix edffine'J lump; 9tollcenU for blacksmith'* •o*l. CORN—6O to 62* cents. CORN M EAL—7O to 75 cent* per bushel. FLOUR Richmond superfine: sale* of mixed brands at $ti to 5 25; *traight brand* at higher FLAXSEED— In demand at $1 25 per buahel. FEATHERS—Live geese 40 a 42 eta. fjSH—No. 1 Mackerel $12} to 13; No. 2 $11 to II}; W0.3, small $7$ to 7j; No. 4, none here.— Clipped N. C. Herrings $6 75 to 7—nominal, none here; Family Roe $4 to 4 25, in half bbls.; Gross, $o 25 to 5 30for North Carolina; Halifax No. 1 Clipped $6, Gross $4 50 to 4 75. Shad $9 50 to 10. GUANO—'lhe supply is good. Peru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 5 March 1853

VOL. B—NO 119 7a a a COWARDIN, Proprietor. B aOH R- PLEASANTS. Editor, be Kend and ThoagM upon. * h'J kV«.T. VVKfiT A>I)M)KTII HAVE T N-SOW SPEAKS TllK SOITUi SOUTH —Hear tho tribute given by THI 1' , ai< , n h;» 74th year. Can there be mi .- n'fi:idi(Vd at not to yield to such • * cy % mon'v daily given in favor of Hamp. Tincture, in every hsmtet, etna city where it hat found ita way i Grate- » -«k ita praise. • I hkjtkb District, Sooth Carina, ) January 3d, lt*s3. > uretrs V '•tmrr * Mfvbrty- Gentlemen:—For ' . , ive years ! have been a tevcre sufferer / Rheumatism. till seeing your recommend# j Han . ton's Vegetable Tincture, I purchated srd tho first dote hat to much relieved me S' • roaster it bat Justice to give to the surtencg Jf*' v '<tult of the application. * u w«* acute Rheumatism in tbe back—go bad i w« s confined to my bed lor the latt tix - a e tirtt bottW acted like a charm ; the j restored strength to my poor agisted back, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 5 March 1853

THE fUILY DISPATCH. midMKwd | ai«HWOI || P • yA,> Hatarday IW«W> IM3 '_ 1,1 "fourth OF march. We eatpect aome of the office seeker. were is a *ad pickle yeaterday at Washington, m hoar-hound candy will command a premium for aome week, to come. They -re an enterprising race however, those office are not apt to be put down by tnflea. They may not be willing to go through fire ,n pur«uil of their object; but they certa.nly do not stand back for water. We never saw but one inauguration in our lives, and that waa the inauguration of Mr. Polk. It ra.ned by pa.laful! during the whole time, and for a long time after. We recollect castiug our eyes backjust as we reached the capitol, over Pennsylvania Avenue. It was ,a perfect sea of umbrellas, from Capitol Hill to the President's grounds. Both the side-walks and a greater portion of the street, were crowded. We wondered where upon earth &U these umbrellas could have come from. We suppose that the whole would...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 5 March 1853

~rsr Fran Richmond KeaaMlcaa, ■*«! 1858—A Slneular Cure of • Negro Man, "'"iViml in their office, of Bcrofulaand Mercurial *e what the editor, say. 7b we had in our employ a negro man. who n at that time, suffering seriously from t Scrogffection—his neck and throat were much '"' wvr fct» eves were mattery and feverish; he 'TrlmoillT complained of misery in bis limbs and In's_tn Isct, so (treat were his afflictions, and of -h 'ittle value had be become, that in June we «re'on the eve of returning him to his master, K rd»hoaW have done S3, huttor* friend advising ." tryCarter'* NpnnWh Mixture. \V> tK>Btht three bottles, and admini«ter«?d It ac ,„ g w directions, but before the second bettle UM »d, the man was free from all pain, the f-v'ni I'ft t " >ck - bi * e - v ''* reeuaMHl R natural f -r**raflcr>. and though be raaniaed with us un- ' v< ' w «s cut, we never heard another comand Summer Medicine and for all , ifo » ol tm Biood,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 5 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH atot-v • atill. it is a T«ry food one. Tnooe who, T" „ s«« r d it may not object to««einft n pnnt--5 whfl" o tho« to whom it ia new it will pro*. • rich treat. It w told of two Wjstetn hun, t# Their name* wero Hoffman and Cowan ; and both were excellent not a liftw aiven to boasting of their aMH* One day the* Went on a deer hunting ««pedition, and after C„,ng icto the wood., where i ihev expected to d ciaer, the* separated- Shortly after, Hoffman heard Cowan'agun fired off when he irn mediated went orer to the spot where be had heard the shot, expecting to be obliged lo help Cowan Wan? up a deer. He found Cowan *erv bu»v loading hia gun, and he ahouted * U «Hallo, Cowan! What did vou shoot at juat MOW?'' "None of your business, go along o»er the hill" Surprised at this short and crusty answer, Hoffnan looked around, and discovered a calf among the bunhes. Again he cried out. "I say Cowan, did you shoot at the calf?" 'Yes, I did ; but it's none of your busiBBSS*" "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 March 1853

VOL. 3-NO 120 7 A q A COWARPIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor, =7 T.7r 10 be K. nH nnd Thought upon. -* 1 i- tvr WBST AND NORTH HAVK kVs JnoW SPEAKS THE SOUTHA„SiJrsNV SOUTH —Hear the tribute given by r»,;» hi* year. Can there be ®°' V ... •'< ejadifed a* not to yield to such • <B * m, fv«Vimt'ay daßf ftwo In fiwor of ilnmp- " '• i ? . „l, i !l ble Tincture, in every hswniet, *, g.. *. where it lias found its way ? Grate- & ~'*" U IVi f South Carolina, ( January 3d, 1553. ) V rtiuwr 4 Mowbray-(iert'.emenFor .• >iVt" five vears 1 have been a severe aufterer • J -h.>-imHti»«.til! seeing your recommenda • ,i H»rr --on'« Vegetabia Tincture, I purchased ' »•' i the first dose has ao much relieved me f ,! ' >► r.ier it but justice to give to the suffering t .« a !t of the application. * hvt-vr t- scute Rheumatism in the back—ao bad .X, V ! «i ' confined to my bed lor the last fix tbs Tr<* tirat bottle ac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ■tchmocd t-omhlPfd- ~ ' gICHMOWP. TA.' Wswlsy M»rsl»«. MmrrhT, lSa»« Mr. Thackeray*! second Lecture on •• Congreve and Addison," was very nnmer- I ously attended, and g.*« very general satisfaction. There was the same dexterous and armanagement oflight and shade ,n gmng Striking nc«ori.l effect.. The sume delicate humor and cutting irony-the same trenchant .„d polished style manifea.ed ,n h,s treatment of the 6ret comic dramatist and greatest essay. i«t ol Queen Anne's reign, as in his analysis of Ihe Dean of St. Patrick's. Congreve was held up as the greatest htetctll of that remarkable age;—his fine aire his foppish appearance, his affectation of despising authorship, his fondness for the societv of Rreat people, were all touched in the peppiest manner. Horace Walpole had the same wr akne»s of affecting to look with indiN ference upon his literary acquirements, without which he would have beeneiothing, but the dandy of Strawberry Hill never got so severe a rebu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 March 1853

'the latest news. e====^ = Bucnot Ayret. 4 n arrival at Boston, Saturday, bring* late nte ll lg eoc« frei" Buenos Ayre*. from which Je learn that a number of officers. aupposrd in the interest of Urquifa, had rebelled jad with their troops surrounded the city. It rumored that an army ot 0000 men fr m tnP surrounding country was marching to the rtjief of the city, and Gen. Pacheco, learning /.allied out and repulsed the beseigers. <; r Charles llatlian, the English Ambassa(r had been unsuccessful in his negotiations. *" It'wes ignored that Paraguay might poaai•v n Buenos Ayres against Urquiza. CONGRESSIONAL. t>;h House® continued in session through- • ••> night of Thursday and up to 12 o'clock Kriirv—«>e day of the Inaugural on of the * "president." There was a good deal of '-• ina v displayed in adhering to or rejecting 1 ifiidmcuts, and especially bv the House of v r-i-ntatives in rejecting the reports of the see of conference. About o o'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 March 1853

DISPATCH g Tb« PtWerrnce. MAS tr h* rMM a food cost, f,ift him up. lift him op: Thanfh he b* But a bloat. Lift him op— Iffee has not coihmon sens®, An d can boast a few pence, Lift him op. <>Jf bis face shows no shame,— Lift him up, lift him op, Tbeufth Crima is his name. Though their Sis*r*e« he lussport, t e t .our daughters htm court Lilt him up. ••Though he brings somb disgrace, lift him up. Uft him up: And bring* the biu.h to TOM face. A Lift him up-•j.xM-'tY him needs— jjever'mind his biack deeds— Lift him up WOMAN. "If wemsji once errs. Kirk her down, kick her dawn: If no»tortune is hers, Kick her down; Though her tears fall like rain, Ai-d ah* ne'er smiles ataiu, Kick her down. "If a man breaks her heart. Kick her down, kick her down; Redouble the smart— Ivick her down; And if in low condition. On, on to perditiou, Kick her down." Literal Compliance.—Some years ago, the Yankee schooner Sully Ann, under command of one Captain Spojner, was beating up the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 March 1853

-VolT 3--noi*M '. rTcOWARDIN. Proprietor. £ jG n R. PHEASANTS. Editor. — ,;«■»<« an<i *••««•« "«»«»»>• n AMI NORTH HAVE s Jno\V SPr.AKS THE SOUTH— i " 11 "tvy —Hear the tribute givf»n by TV-' ' !n fc;s T4th year. Can there be <*•' "V ' -vViutlu-d as not to yield to such# eC f n-'"", <jp.;y given ia favor of flnropF " ! i» U sable Tlnetnre, in every hamiet, l» r - * (V wiier •:t lias found its way I Grate*k its praise. fwi ..- STgR DisTaiCT. South Carolina, ( January 3d, 1553. $ ... rt A Hotebray~ Gentlemen: —For -V 'V.ars I have been a severe sufferer pL ,jinti»m. till s-eitJR yonr recommend* -an'« V.veiable Tincture, 1 purchased f \ . (jr.«t doss has so much relieved me * Y,'v" i.r'it bu'.justice to give to the suffering ,ll ' '-'V. .u'.t of the application. cute Kbeumatisvn in the back—so bad , 1 confined to my bed lor the last fix , r.rst bottle acted like a charm ; the ® . s ..t ,-,j' t :reraii to my poor afflicted back, 1 ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. cireaiasioa of ti» D«iiT Dispatch *£• JgTeoosUerably that of *11 the DaHy pepen of B>«Imboo<1 eow blued. """ gICH MOWP . VA.i Tar*J«r Hl>r»tn Mwtll 8, IM3« yy» Tn e driving »oow moral of Friday did not prevent a large and faabionable attendance at Mr. Thackeray'* last lecture. The aubject wat u Sue!f and the Timet of Queen Ann*," and wti handled with gieat vivacity and spirit bvthe celebrated lecturer. Until Macauley, in that mo*t agreeable chapter of hia History on the "State of England in 1685," gave ue some insight into the domeatic life of that period, the general reader knew not where to look for any account cf the way in which our great-ereat-grandfathers ate and drank, aud s.ept and died It was somewhat after the manner of Macauley that Mr. Thackeray went into an exposition of the habits and customs of Queen Anne's reign, with which beassociated Steele as a tvpe of the rnan-of the world class of that day. Steele was a " las...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 March 1853

■The latest news. Richmond Curtom Houst. j, appears from the Civil and Diplomatic ,ppropr»iion a * publi»b«d officially in Washington, that there ie no additional appropriation the present year to the Richmond ■C s tom House. The limit which was put - r on i'" cos ' ' no appropriation i» )»ed by « clause in. before-mentioned act. .|'Suppose this is all that is wanted at the ' ■l ev t time; for it is not likely the sum ap- ' »ri»ted wiil be used thi« year. \js; ater Establishment Bi rst.—We B ', n from the Fredericksburg News that the if the " spirit o! Jefferson," in Chatles--1 j tTersoa County, was burned on Friday s . JJv this event .Mr. Bailer, the proprietor, ■ ime jS.t'OO oi $10,000. Insurance only O . The adjoining store of N. L. Eby Ac * «a> also burned to the ground, but the is were mostly saved. v c.ias wtc> iiurried eff from Washington . - \ by information from Detroit that his n e wß s dangerously ill. ■; VVe received no mail north cfWashingK ,a last...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH A VI'RY GOOD STORY OF A JACKASS AND A TIGER. The New Orleans Picayune tells it: A Tiger'" Jo" —We have he.rd within a day or two a good story about that splendid Texas tig'r now holding forth at the Museum in this < ity. The incident is related on the "best authority." . ■ . When this tellow was in Lareda, being domesticated, he was allowed to run loose in a vard which was enclosed by a mud wall, and had entrance through a large day the gate was left open. A Mexican sto«H in the gateway, ruininaiing on the mutability of human uffjirs and the chance for a supply of The tiger by in the yard sunning himself, coiled up in the dust, and aPparentlv asl-ep . Presently a large jackass-ati animal with whici i'very a.ex.cau lown abounds-walked leisureiv up 10 i!ie gateway r.nd poked in his head, either 10 inspect the premises, ask the price of corn, or enquire after the health of the senori as. . • . As quick as lightning, the tiger, who was a play ful chep, leap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. "VOLT 3-NO 122 7:a TcOWARDXXf. Proprietor, BUaa R. PLEASANTS, Editor OK ADVERTISING. - .r«rtioi>*o S° I I square, 1 month 14 00 *"V c !«>rtjont 075 1 do 2 month* 700 j d 0 ~ i I i 3 d 0 IQOO 1 f k 1 '51 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 4 3 .X T -. v k, s 751 1 do 1 year 3 00 1 ,«• C*Tnmur.ic«tioo« are charged at the same if /, = V! ,rtiscmc'tito. , M orUM nakeatqnart; longer adexact proportion, and payable In ad- T, __ . j Tfr tlsera?tiU inaerted once a week.twioe t v, ri , e time* a WW», will be shargsd W the first Insertion, and 37J oenu for each notice* Inserted for 95 cent*; Fu25 cents. Death*, without obituary or ffTrs! invitation, 12* <« n , u Thrt " Daily Disfatch is serv*xl to *üb»crlber* .istiandac.arter re»« per «*«*, payable to the weekly. Price tnt malting, a year la adTHE WEEKLY DISPATCH >« jobiish'd every Friday morning, and mailed at o** r"" 7" a ysab To Clubs, for 85 tixeo"for flO thirteen copies; for #15 twenty eo-f.i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 March 1853

fcr rigor—with . me."" wh.ch expstriste. six thouesnd forth® erime of one. That they incras* three uvnf M **■'" white* fact well worth our attention, but Should not excite either .pprehen.ioe oreurprite. I. i. one of the feature* ofemh»tk»n that the ratio of p*up«.«n ment ia constantly increasing- «" * , 1., ,hr.. .ta«. .. r..... «" ""J™" ..d h" k.p.■ <h.t •;<»«« con „. ry, and notw.thstsnding thw ««. o uences much more alarming than «n> thing - need aotieipa*. amount of boa* ion/ My for their support. We have not space, ,f we'hsd the ability, to trace the somewhat re. mark.ble resemblance which these statistics disclose between these two unfortunate orders, nod to show that the free blacks are, fbut not inherently,) of a better class than British paupers. The rights which their boasted constitution gives, are but a mockery, for they cannot claim them ; and the effect ot all their cus loms and sociel institutions is to grind them deeper in the dirt t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 March 1853

NEWS. err-""" Washington Itrmi. , «,«rTOS, March 7.-The Telegraphic X LVas i" session the great*- part of C- v - ,fn i irsnM cied a variety of business.— tf^ ,v ' *" j -fisiallv. this evening, to meet anl»uri nß «he day, the mem- < ihr r(invention waited on President were cordially received, r ot " t * en ' erce ' B brigade in ? "•>■> in number,called upon the Presi invitation morning, and had a 1 Pasting interview. He expressed ' '"'most happy 10 see 'hem con_ ?•' : ag ja times past, so in times to *: h ;;; would *ta»d by him. U . A.mpliment&rv HaU i« «o be given at • i r S to-morrow evening. Presidents •' - 'if and Pierce, with their respective ;!)<• diplomatic carps,&c., are expectbe present. r - embers of the new cabinet are all rf . ji ;t is expected will be sworn inta of- " os! r.con to-morrow. 4 , n p the candidates talked of for oflice®. ~« '•Tillowing:—Hoc- O.T. Disney, Min "" t ;j. J'ari«.and \V. D. Chase,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 March 1853

Ttjy DATLY DISPATCH TASfiNG^ oF PUNCH, in# uefore a l«*ded c» onoD » * h,le * Frencb !£*£«»*« "■ Tk « - ■■ '•?:"« r; pidlj th* other way, hie leg being U«d to * log, . 'Twaddle-'' O" 1 hi " moJ,h com " ,ha ,e " Jnd-"There', no danger." The follow,ng "peace anecdote*" will be appreciated. As the great Napoleon dashed triumphantly •^iSSp^s-as.'sas: his eye tell upon ■ pretty l, " lep jlj „ ry clamor, who. scarcely heeding he was tranquilly s.ogng »» * checketl hii or, arretted by Jl\ e ?%" n uz rou* ptUU?» oi Lodi.'" replied the child w,Sgi»e ".e time, and if 1 had. SST And that day he would not attack.Ye, it was a man with these amiable leel.nga whom the allied arm.es hunted to his grate. A Cocrt Card —Now that the British do" minions include the Australian diggings, her majesty can add to her present titles that of the Queen ol Spades. During the war in Spain (which wascau ed bv the duke ot Wellington's criminal ambition to become marquis of DouroJ a native family was peacefully sit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 10 March 1853

"vol. 3-NOIM •A3 a COWAJRPrW, Proprietor. B JGH R- PLEASANTSCBIIBV rUCTORAL, «VB IHK Off#® >'F „ r WHOOPING COUGH COK'H" CROUP. ASTHMA ant WHJTwt' CON-' l.'M PTION F^» l " Vtl CKK A C«l,r». WITR »DACK V. ANT) SORENESS OF THE V. 1 ROPY. tactile CHERRY PECTORAL ] ' ' t warm to sweat /'.'Hrdutma tie »i#ht . . 4 M v.ra cold »nfl eoush. take it momiufl, . J<- . „ and evening. according to direction! «S~ ihe difficulty will noon be removed t' 'cng suffer from this trouble when they find > it- w. • fi) cured Persons afflicted * ;th a ; \ which' break* them \< tnetr reat at ni«ht, ** IV- "V taking the Cherry Pectoral on gottiz to "" . , av v> es «re of sound, uubroken sleep, and V*.;.": \ irt'reshing rest. (ireat relief from suiferC!, t '*.V ; tanatecure is atlorded to thousands who ,r,i "«.."ri'V. ■&. hx this mvalu-iK^jemedy . .''.hie effect in theserases, many find V. willing to fore«o its ase when the neoestc" . „j • i- i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 10 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. VW 7 b<> circulation of the Dally Dispatch exeee«u coo«Wier*bly tbai of 41 ttw Daily paper* o! Bicbmood combioed- HI CH mo N P . V A.i Tfcamday Mtralij, 10, 1 533. mrs. stowe-uncle tosTs-cTabIX--ISM IN ILLINOIS —AND MATTERS AND THINGS IN GENERAL, RELATING THERETO. Mrs Harriet Beecher Stowe ir certainly the „oat lucky of mortals. She not only grows rich from the productions of her pen, but she is filling her pocke:s, according to her own account, by meana of Heaven itself. At least we hav» her word for it, that such is the fact, for in a letter to Dr. Wardlaw, of Scotland, who had incited her, in the' name of the citizens, to Glasgow, she says, " I can only say that this bauole of mine has risen on the mighty stream of a dirite purpose," from which we infer that it was a part of the dicine purpose to put $70,000 into her purse. Providence is not yet done with her however. It means to shower more dollars down upon her, like a second Danae , fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 10 March 1853

the latest news. Affairs. Washington, March B—The Democratic « pß blom> caucuswd an hour this morning, and \ rf -pd upon an arrangement for temporarily ruing the vacancies in the standing committees ~'ibaview to a thorough reorganisation of . e 'committees at the beginning of the next ■ f 'ssion. It understood, olso, that they had * r.der cotisideratit n a proposition to restore r rule r« quiring the election of the officers of ! r Senate biennially. |he superior officers of the army present in \V«sbin£l*n, waited upon the Secretary of \\ e.r >n full uniform this morning, agreeable to ■nse. Secretary I'avis received thein polite- > -i d accompanied them to the Executive sn=ion, nnd presented them 10 the President. The officers of th« Navy, in full dress, also -! led up' u Secretary Dobbin, who, accompa- • \,nc. also presented them to the President — \;,tr an exchange of compliments and con- , siulaiions, the officers, joined by the chief iiurea is of...

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