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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 10 March 1853

THS DAILY DISPATCH rHE PtUWCK AMD THE BEOGAR. „ lia >. IULWM LTTTON. A hundred oriests stood ranged the Mer betore, Within 8t Peter s dome And all *u iseense. solemn dirae a P'«T« Yet .til' th- tail stood sullen by th " «Oh eoui' way to thy besvenlier n«« ve •" Dost thou not soar away ! And the sou'. replied. with • ghastly ,ro ' rn * "I" i:fe dr'£ in.-down, * Here to to*' ci.y « desires mey a •» To the cisy's rot oeic» cloMd Without the church, unburied on the ground, Theralsys m raw « »e,gar, new.y dead; Abure hu d '•« »» h»'y P r:e#t w " £?»*• •. Ho pious prayer was asld! But rcuud the corps* unnumbered tbins-s, ugrenuK unseen by the proud psssera-by, Formed upward, upward, upward, with bright W'L|!« A .adder to the sky. "And what are ye, oh beautiful?" "We are,'' Answered tue choral cherubim, '-his deeds !" Then bi» sou', sparkling as a atar. Flashed from it* beggar's weeds, And light * passing, tier on tier, along. The gradus! pinions vauinh-'d like a smile— Jasi thentwept b...

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. — 11 March 1853

VOL. 3--NO 124 fA3- A- CQWARDIN. Proprietor. H'TGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. CIIKKRY PMTORAL, ro& the ccb* or rVOHS. WHOOPING COUGH OOIDS. CROUP. n >IRSENES"?, ASTHMA And Bronchitis. consumption to rrns a cni.o, with 1P.2 J% HK ADACHE ANT) SORENESS OF THE \*> ff BODY. fake the CHERRY PECTORAL J ) bTI? ongoing and wrap up wirmt«i*e»l 4 A wTd uiing the "Mtht 1 WH For s cold and cough, take it morning, and evening. according to directions bottle, and the difficulty wiil soon be removed. w-iU lon* suffer from this trouble when they find X can be so readily curod. Persons afflicted with a M'ed cough, which breaks them tneirrest at night, *fiH find, by taking the Cherry Pectoral on going to w; they n"i*v be sure of sound. unbroken deep, and co-i<> ■ ue nllv re fire* •.: r. g real. Oreat relief from sutler- j M *ni-i an ultimate cure is afforded to thousands who —'thus afflicted. by this invaluablMmnedjr p.,.:; ,t» arrr>eable efleet in many find tb*o-jfc*:*e«ur.wi;iißg to fo...

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. — 11 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. The circulation of WtJl'S thai of al> Ibe DeHjr pepars ol Richmond combined- ———======»== JkhmondTTA'' Trldmj Wsrslsi.MsK'' lit 'S3S» The Weekly ■or Friday, Mwch U, S» now ready and formic at tin £T It^Uin..greatvariety^choice^ ton. the Pretident'i Ineegunl Ad drew, a fall refn e Meaaher'i Lecture upon Grattan »nd dinner, «k<etche» of Tli»cker*j • LectH"», proceeding* foreign and domestic intelhgei new,, kc. Price 3cent« per .ingle copy, fl per an cam, in advance. v MR. WHITNEY' S LECTURE. We were unable to attend the exhibition of Mr. Whitney on l-t Tueeda, n.gbt, at the African Church. We learn from the Whig and Republican that while his imitations were, in general, good, that of John Randolph was a failure. The latter paper says "although Mr. Randolph was a peculiar man—eccentric in his manner and costume—we cannot believe that his cracked voice was so harsh or un couth as represented on this oeca«ion." Cer tainly, it Mr. R.'s voice wag represented as ei...

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. — 11 March 1853

-THE LATEST NEWS. •^SENATE—SPECIAL SESSION. WitHiFGTo*. March 9.—Mr. Badger r. article from a Wilmington, N. C., newspa ®fr ; n which he and Mr. Mangum wei* con> (or a gross neglect of duly, in tailing . iT rt an appropriation for the improvement I'.Tsoe Fear river. If-'. B. 'hen defended himself and Mr. Man* ~,u t'rom this charge, showing that he had j «»vervihin« in his powei to obtain etich He had with difficulty ob rL its insertion as an item in the navy I' rro nr,KtK>n bill, but it was lost in the com ,'jw of conferences Rfter a protracted con- Hsmlin and Borland testi- I( persevering fidelity with which the vaator from North Carolina had urged that * resumed his remarks, and , f ' t ;|| iwo o'clock, in further defence of ••'•Viourseinjh* Clayton Bulwer treaty, fcr. Douglas obtained the floor, and the r vt w«s postponed till to-morrow. Sir. James presented the resolutions of the '~- -iatare of Rhode Island, relative to the rrMinment by the* authorities of Cuba, of ernes H...

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. — 11 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. RICHMOND MARKETS. Jtar th* Me* tndinf Ertninf, Mart* 10. iCASunuxr coaaxcrxD.j BACON bM farther dec toed. Virginia cured, Imm round, brings ?| to IC| ott, old Western and Baltimore Sides 7* to 8 coots; Shoulder* 3J to 6X cu; o«w Sid>* 91 to 9X eta; Haou 12 to 181 cts ; aew Shoulder* ti to 6H cents. BUTTER fin '«ir supply Firkin 18 to SO cent* per lb.; fro*h Koll 25 : Goshen 20 to 25 cent*. BEKBWAX—22 a 23 CU. per ib.—with small re apt i>t*. no change. COTTON AND COTTON YARNS.—The trsde tn Cotton here i* limited. Tbs quotation* are 8| to lOctt. Cotton Yarn* le ou per lb. COFFEK—OId Java 11X to 12; Layuayr* 10 to 104 • Kio 91 to 10 ct*; Cape 31 ai» cts; Manilla 12^. UANOLES-fallow 12, a 13; Hull s patent 14; •£nn 35 a 37. Adamantine 25 a 31. Jackson'. to 121 cent* oo board for good mix ed, line *od lump; #to li cenu for blacksmith's toil. CORN-m to 62J oent*. CORN MEAL —70 to 75 cents per bushel. FLOUR—Richmond •uj.er.'ino: mixed brands held *t $5;...

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. — 12 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. VOL. 3—NO Vte JA3 COW AR DIN. Proprietor. H. PLEASAJfTS. Edttor. kRS rHKKRV PKCTOKAL, ro» th* coa* or n V n- WHOOPING COUGH XViW CROUP. X \kK-ASTHMA aril )NC y; i;S. CONSUMPTION TO CFKK \ rftLJ). WITH if'- , HE 40ACHE AND SORENESS OF TH* V - BODY. taketha CHERRY PECTORAL Ji ,„ v J . is to bed. and wrap up warm to tweal £ . •"ydn-.nji th« night >f! uA r\ r a cold and cough, take it morning, A,, rSr,eo». aad evening, according to dirocttont ~ t-;<>, sitbe difficulty will toon bo removed. 1 : , ~ . f «r.B« r from th.s trouble when they find ' , >,t* « " H!y cared. Peraone afflicted with a iur v * chkreaks them >.4't(ieirreat at night, * .1, by i*knii the Cherry Pectoral on going to .. r . .v r • fure of aound, unbroken sleep, and ®T ..... "-cl.t :■ resiling rest, Great relief from suffer ,:'.ie.r. u<' .mate cure is afforded to thousand* who 1_ i vthis iavahiabtajßmedy From •!» ■.?•"►.ible effect in tbei®!*aes, many find ( ~,,, ur w. i.ng to forego ...

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. — 12 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. far- Tbc circulatio* of the D«Uy n»»p*«ch «*• eJSe coo.ider.bly that of all Uw DaHy paper* °» Kiohmotxi combined. EICHMOWP. VA.i Ma»4ay Waralut March ISJ3« STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. We did not aay, Saturday, all »« ■ay upon th'u subject, and we there ore ta e i P The las; meeting wan, we learn from all 1 quarters, a very spirited one, and us results ■eem to indicate that tbe State, or. rather, the farmers, have determined to wake up for a sea son, and lend all their exertions to the prose cution of tbe work. This is all that is neces sary. If it be followed out, it must and will succeed. The ice once broken, there is no doubt of success. But the ice has yet to be broken, and before it can be done so effectual ly, one very important thing is necessary. The Society must have funds to hold its first great Cattle-Show. That is the breaking of the ice of which we speak, and which is such an im portant step that after it we apprehend no dif ficulty. To obviate this d...

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. — 12 March 1853

NEWS," and~lnpf>>tant firm Ucnlura,. Bo . TOS , March 19.—The brie Helen June .r„ved here this morning, with lurtlw ad , relative 10 the aggression* of the British , Honduras- The dates are Irorn I ruxillo to i' -v*ih of February. Accounts state that her J'r'tvV war steamer Devastation. Cnpt.m t «'nph*"« s,rlved nI Tru 1 x,11 .° 8, 41 • M ;0" u , i „k ir,>rn Keiize, and that immediately 'To' her arrival, an officer was sent on shore S liS' atcli to the commander of the post, " ?«a«V' £ the removal of certain troops sta ' v dat l.emas. on R° m, ° river, in the Hon 'i'? r s territory, but for some time past iu the of the British mahogany cutters. — dispatch was subsequently sent,de fining that the troops be removed by twelve -V* w-k the following day. 't his demand was ' ~' r;r .., u ,i f j with a promise that the British a ">,'ctif'should not be interfered with in their Infra:ions for the future. It, however, the de . ■v- was t 11 " complied with, Capt. Camp . , 1-tated t...

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. — 12 March 1853

THE (JAfLyjMSPATCH OINIA SATtfBDAT, March 19. Hmm sf B«lM«« fc s&ts> following bills, not having received a constitutional majority, were rP J e . c ;" ' : n ,he A bill establishing a vaccine agency in ine town of Clarksburg—eyes bv lhe A bill authorising a loan of $. * Bridge Company-:yes t>S. noe. \ bfought he . Tblll inc >rpor«tiag the RipH Ann Naviga- ofW, to lake up, foi consideration, a Senate bill es tablishing s line of steamers between the ports of Virginia and Antwerp ; but the House re fused to take up said bill. On motion of Dr. PatriCK, the House ad journed to Monday, 10 o'clock. The Spirit Rappers.—We published, a few days since, some extracts from the editorial correspondence of Col. Perky, ol Greenville, S. C., giving some remarkable statements about the revelations to Col. Thompson by the Rappers in Washington city. The Charles ton Standard gives some account of a different sort of revelations by the same Rappers made to a well-known young lawyer of Sou...

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. — 14 March 1853

~VOL7 3--N0 126 JAS. A. COWA.RDIN, Proptf tor, HUOH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. aYkiCM riIKKHV PECTORAL, Rom thk cttb« or coughs, whooping cough COLDS. CROUP. HOARSENESS. ASTHMA unit KRONCUITIS. CONSUMPTION to rrRB a cAi.n. with 11 HEADACHE AND SORENESS OK THE W" BODY, take the CHERRY PECTORAL J > T oil (dim to bed, and wrap up warm to (weal V the night vivA * n< ® coush rJSnwon, and evening, accenting to direction* or. tfc' bottle, and the difficulty will «oo« be removed, f,'-*..,- will !cr.(t sailer from thin trouble when tlu»y find tt can be !k> readily cured. Persons afiiicted with a coush. which" breaks them i 4 Weir re«t at night, mil find, fcv taking the Cherry Pectoral on going to tnpy may be sure of eound. unbroken sleep, and CJO i > ju>>nt!T refreshing rest. Great relief from suffer int. and an ultimate core u afforded to thousands who er* tbas afflicted. hy this invaluablwemedy From its agreeable effect in many find tfcer.uelve« unwilling to forego iU a*! when...

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. — 14 March 1853

rfWiIMILY DISPATCH. of the Drily Dispatch ex ttal of all Dally paper, ol HiiAmnad cocabiPed^ tICHHONP, TA.» ytwtoy Wsra'Mi Warrfc !*♦ ' 533, _ SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. Sararday'a Enquirer prominently quotes ta following anecdote of Gen. Pierce: grabbers for the great Pacific Railroad were lo draw from him aome expression fa- IrlbU" to the measure: but he answered that ' ,ec,ed p ™ jiden,of :r, e Uoited States —not of a railroad company. xhe Timet is warmly supporting the Agri cultural Socie.y of the State, and urging X, Legislature to appropriate $30,000 or $50, <K» to it- aid. A State which is appropriat j millions to internal improvements, might, suggests, appropriate that much to encour **A Washington in the Times says that Gen. Cass has written a strong letter to the Secretary of the Interior, asking that John Wilson, Commissioner of the Land Office, be retained in his post. The Republicans*ye there are a large num ber of Congressmen still about Washington— " a majority of the De...

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. — 14 March 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. e gpAY LATER FROM ENGLAND. £)ebalf on the Maynooth Grant. .4boiittomttm in Scotland. The propeller Glasgow, from Glasgow, ar - *e<i at New York on Saturday evening, with London dates to the 24th, one day later than l>t the Baltic- The House of Commons has resumed the ; bve upon the endowment to Maynooth. Lord Stanley considered that the debate should not close without an expression of pinion from the members of the la e Govern ' e nt; tor himself he could not give his sup , >rt to the motion, as he always believed the r„tii ofls4«* as n perm went one, and nothing whatever h-<i shown that Maynooth of the pre (jK, * different from Maynooth of 1845. Amicst loud cries of Divine, the question «as put that the debate be now adjourned— which was negatived. The House then divided, when there ap peared — , . motion (to revoke endowment,) 162 Against, I^3 Majority against, 31 The accounts ot the state of trade in the manufacturing towns had shown no material [.ite...

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. — 14 March 1853

TFE DAILY DISPATCH Or St. ValentiiM'a day, 350,000 letter* pa»- S( v4 through (be London Post-office. • The Saitdv Hill Herald aajra the celebrated tree near Fort Edward, under which Jane Mc- Orea was assassinated by the Indiana, is to be cut down, and made into snuff boxes. Who Shall Decide *her Doctors Pis' agree?—ll is proposed to establish s new medical college in New Fork, the necessity for which is based on the eironeousneaa of the and Eclectic systems. Grass is Ca**'.s. —The Report of the Ca nal Commissioners aaya, that water grass has been found a great obstruction in Ihe naviga tion of the Ohio Canal. We note in a colemporary'a column, the ad vertisement of a lady for a husband. None neeo apply under six feel! Whew! but the ad? gues'in ferociously for Hymen.—Girnffe. A raw Jonathan who had been gazing at a court yard of aiiaiocratic mansion on ihe Fifth avenue in which weie aeveral maible elaiues, (■■claimed, 'Just see what a waste! Here's no less than si* scar cro <a in...

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. — 15 March 1853

"vol. 8--NO 127 AS CQWARDIN, Proprietor, R PLEASANTS, Editor. s>, r KKs riH KR V PECTORAL* • ro-i THS CCB* OF irc WHOOPING COUGH CROUP, vVV ASTHMA and K iriV ' CONSUMPTION B1 N TO ITKK A rfil.ll, WITH f*2 uv VOACTIK a nt> SORENESS OF THE 1 A KiM>\. take the CHERRY PECTORAL ) ■ * t . s«tn* to bi-f( md wrap up warm to sweat / ' »- -.ng the night » 4 el Vot a oaid and cough. take it morning, . \ \ evening, accsrdmg to directions r,:. gnii the difficulty will soon be removed. 00 ! ; e «s«erfrom this trouble when they find f . 'Jcured. Persons afflicted with a v . w h-ch breaks them vitneirrest at night, '-..k.-i; the Cherry Pectoral on going to *" , be««re of sound, unbroken sleep, and v refreshing rest. Great relief from sutfer -Ts . laatecore is afforded to thousand* who - .-ii, hv this invaluabiqcemedy <t»*'-V"iWfhle effect in theiSfcases, many find oatrilr.ng to forego its we when theneces 't»v *!v:ient physicisna in F KaytTTEvtLLK. Tknn, April 16th. 1851. s r _\Ve .ikve...

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. — 15 March 1853

THE r>AILY DISPATCH. Ricbmood eowM""' g l C H .tl O iN O . f A.» War»tn«) F«>"mu7 IJ ' |8 j!l rsr Titer* wu «(>«thing in the proceed ing. of the present scsion of the L '^»« ,ur * which we did not at .11 like, and that was the n-fusal of the Lower House to adopt so amen MrtM theCeotr.l Railroad „ nf .jollars per annum for si* > ears "»»" °"' y ' pm 11.. Sen : work OUT ol the .rM tof-rMng Li .»d«. <■«■"» in WM ld no, h.r. to- compelW their votes for other schemes to secure further eppropria.ioqs to their'.. We trust we are not .peaking 100 fast. «nd that nobody may feel called opon to call us to account for this art ies. remark. We have made it all unknow ing that there is any dinger of such a conse quence if there be any; lor we imagine that log rolling and swapping of vote, are now too common, too openly acknowledged, to make it dangerous for any body to speak of them. We imagine that the reason olour regret at the defeat of the amendment wns the trhy it was defeated...

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. — 15 March 1853

the latest news. OF IHE STEAMER AFRICA, four V/ty* later from Europe. \,w York, March 13.—The steamer Afri b f arrived from Liverpool, with dates of 'A'Vib end $100,000 in specie She left on i;.renoon of Sunday, having been detained " (j s v by an unprecedented hurricane. k KNC.lakp. Tie 'hip Hemisphere, Irom New Orleans, . verpiol, bring* tbectew, 16 in number, 1 . ,u e caiquf Charles, of Loudon, from Car ' •'"'vr t' B " Francisco, abandoned at sea. k > c hef mate oi the steamer Victoria, lost 1 tubi*n, bad been indicted for manslaugh- f ; he returns of the Board ofTrade for Jan \hownn increased export ot neatly JCI ,- t i(Xi over the returns of last year. " j t |!ip Three Hells bad arrived in the i es irom Melbourne, with 78,000 ounces iV - not believed on the London Exchange difficulty between Austria and Turkey „! ; result in war. K treat storm occurred at Liverpool on FRANCE. The budget is to be placed before the As* Wilibly in March. 4. decree of amnesty had been granted 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. — 15 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH XHI SPIRITS IN WASHINGTON. Col. 1 erry, «h* nble and distinguished edi tor oi'lw Greenville. »• C-, Patriot, hu been •pendiug «ometime in W'Mhington City, and it aeeiua haa become a partial convert to the spiritual tapper*. In one of hi» le « er » h« give* the following narrative, winch will at least he read with interest: Washikgto* Citt, Feb. 20,1853. Yesterday waa a very bad day. and '» e of goitiz to the capital, we went to aee the •Dirituo" rappers, Mrs. *ox and her two daughters, who have filled the tederul city by calling from <h- re ?lo ..a above, all the «pui» oi a" the departed fr.enda of those who visit them, faenera! I houipson, Mr F Burt nnd mvs-lf went at d o clock, •nd remained w.th tl.e.n an hour and a half. The inotmr was « pUm looking woman, with a eood head and Rood countenance. The daughters were also plain girt* and appeal ed to h« sensible uud well behaved. W hen we. went into their room they were all seated round a centra table, with a ge...

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. — 16 March 1853

VOL. 3--NO 128 J4S. A. CQWARDIW. Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. CHERRY PKCTORAL, roa THX cm* op COUGHS, WHOOPING COUGH COLDS. CROUP, HOARSENESS, ASTHMA an* BRONCHITIS. CONSUMPTION ' m rrrx a cold, with ,f HEADACHE AND SORENESS Of THE £\ BODY, tike the CHERRY PECTORAL Jg » f on going to bed. and wrap up warm to sweat ft * \3Pdnnng the night UB for a cold and cough, tsk* it morning, fk>- and evening, ac csrding to directions and the difficulty will toon be removed. U,ue will Kms mitft'rirom this trouble when they tiiid ii can be so readily cured. Persons afflicted with a U* -a cov.gh, which breaks them of Hieirrest at night, . Sad. by taking the Cherry Pectoral on going to thev may be sure of sound, unbroken sleep, and nt'.y refreshing rest- Greatrelieffrom sutfer .: ar!< ) an ultimata core is afforded to thousand* who i7inus afflicted, hv this invalusblsjpmedy f :Jtn it* ajrrreflble effect in the<sc>»a«*<». many find | ■!< »ro«elves unwilling to forego its «...

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. — 16 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH, tar Th « dmtetkMi of Hm Dill* Dimtcb «• of >11 *• D*l!y ol Richmond combined. .RICHMOND . VA.i Wt*w«fay Ww«lH, March f 1 1853* third lecture."" 11l the sketch of this lecture published in this paper, Dr. Baird is represented to have Mid that the battle of Wagram was terminated by a desperate charge wade by McDonald.~ Napoleon .had the misfortune to differ with Dr. Baird with regard to this matter, and we cannot but think that his opinion is entitled to some weight, inasmuch as he was, at least, on the ground. The same statement bad been made in a book published soon after his remo val to St. Helena which purported to be writ ten by his o*n hand, professed to be an auto biography, and would, probably, but for the gross errors with respect to dates, have passed current for what it claimed to be. It was en titled, "Mantucrit Venn tie Ste. IJelene," &c. In reply to the statement alluded to, Napoleon made the following note, which may be found in the eighth vol...

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. — 16 March 1853

- n tK latest news. ATE—SPECIAL SESSION. VV*FHf OTOS, Mwr sh44.—The President of . l*>d before the body a cotnmunica n from the Poet master General in relation , hf contract for carrying the mails froai v«rs Crua to San Francisco. L vf ral petitions were presented, when the « n»ie resumed the consideration of the reso -7 n heretofore submitted bv Mr. Clayton, . j n , upon the President of the United States cor"" 1 01 certain papers relatiug to tbe i-j. VI onand Bulwer treaty. Vf Mason replied to the remarks of Mr. ■,'L'tcn controverting the declaration of the "■.' sW .ii gentleman, that the Belize is in w .', - 0 jn the State of Vacatan, and insisting <«s t.*ie British settlements are in Central V & ' -a He farther sai l, towards the con 1 -R Of b>* remarks, that British aggres ''"'! o 'n this continent have gone far enough. *%- llavton replied, saying thst Hendurea . v'i'.'oes not claim the' Belize; and further V .!< J his coutse in making the Clayton- Hilwer treaty...

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