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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 November 1855

TV EN ING STAR. I KffOW HOT WHY. TO i know not wbv tnv brain so wildly thrllleth \Vh?*ne'er my trembling band 1? clasp'd in thin*: I know not whv my heart so strangely fllleth Whea tho?' deep ryn are looking into mine. 1 know a?>t why each word that thou hast spoken Is treasured In nif riiern'ry like a spell: And wi.v I trembl* lest that spell be broken Is mere than my bew'idered tongue can tell 1 know not why to thee alone Is given Such power to stir the wild waves of my heart; Ami wh? . tnqnell theirstrife, I've vainly striven, One word of ihint ha* bid the storm depart. ^ ?-t leave me, love, If crime there 1* in loving , lio. ??rr my soul i< hardened wi-h the sin ; lio, for tli v | r>; enc.~ is too sternly proving A h^rt, at i but weak and worshipping. tio with tl >s>-eye* of deep and glomes splendor, Er * v* t thaunt my very llf<*away; l?o. wi'b ttat voice ?o low, so sweet, so tender; tio, dearest, gc bu! iio, in pity, stay ! CiS T VoV TUROW A LITTI.B O' THAT I...

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. — 21 November 1855

THE EVENING STAB, PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 144 Stmt Building*. eor*?r of P?a?i)rZv*a** ae<*w? itui r.ltvtmtk fttk(, By W. D. W&LLACH, WtU beaerred to aabscrlbera by carriers li SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable w^kif to the Agents; papers ienred la packages at 37 ^ ?enu per mouth. To mall subscriber* the sub scription price la THREE DOLLARS AND F1F TY CEN TS a year taodeMM, TWO DOLLARS tor sit months, and ONE DOLLAR for throe mouths; fbr less than three months at the ratt ot V2# cents a week ICT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT VOL. VI. WASHINGTON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1855. ACADEMY UF MUSIC. IN PURSUANCE OF THE DESIGN OF this Institution, vlx: tkedifnMon of the knowl edge of Music, a id a cultivation of the public taste for thdvfeu m-r order of the Art, the ACADEMY OF MUSIC fwoposes to give a series of FOUR CONCERTS: find, with a view to add as much an possible to their popularity, the O-eat Works o? KfHVowa, Mozart, Mendiesoh:i,Spohr, Hummel and others, r-lieve...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 November 1855

EVENING STAR. W A!SINGTOH CITY: WEOIM Morfmber 31 t v .Ai vKr.risKKKNTg should be handed in by I - o'clock. M., otherwise they may not ap p^nr until the rwxl day. * - r:"?i qr tek morhing press. The I'uoh discuses " Recruiting in For eign Countries;" and agrees with the Intelti curer in tho belief that the opposition will '..!y unite to organise tbo House, and fjuotcs an article from the New York Tribune, wb.creiu it id proclaimed that the Republicans will .support no one who runs only as a Know Nothing candidate. TLc Intflligm rrdcprcoates newspaper sug ti- ns ot terms on which our current misun derstanding with England maj be settled, expressing full c?cfiJeuce in the ability of the Government to do that thiag unadvised after that fashion. Pay Up. .110 of our agents in Wajliington, George town ^nd Alexandria, complain to us that mc ci the Star'* subscriber in the threo sis t. r *.it;cs put thcia to tho trouble of calling rc poa'edly fur the pay for their papers. This is uiju t and...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 November 1855

evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. T0CR at nxtr coc< ^ hunting wwon we have frequent <K d**?*?? to Hf. ?nd limb by the nA? r discharge of percua-don nM, ATl^ alio " '! ^ ? <*" l">U. Of th ,? cufoff heeded, Will Sr. W u ?. RrollfiV?Urc? of the3? disas Almno ^ "*>? 'A" */,?. Almost every injury, perhaps every one tfe?Mrear^' ? acci,,ent^ discharge of !*??? 5 " gUli; " Rl'"hutable to the vio *lmrrUnt rule' 8*???, in most Qstaoces, out o/want of confederation of its ^a ^nfer- Tl119 danger will at once be *?7 ^De Wh0 wiM ?*?mine a per nf?K CRp' lt8le,?lne,?t? *nd use, the action or the common lock, and then the manner in which accidents occur. The fulminating mer cury in the cap is go cxoecdingly sensitive that a small force, quickly applied, is suffi rient to explode it. When the hammer is on ibe cap, if it bo drawn back toward* thr hilf cock but not far enough to oateh at half cock, an . then allowed to fall suddenly on the cap, it will explode it; and again, a smart blow...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 November 1855

EVENING STAR. . 1 . , ? I LONG FOR THEE, MOTHER! BYRimiin *. JAMIS, *? B. I io ^ for the*, mother; thy form I still lee On memory's tablet impressed ; And lliik't proudest reiic* *ball crumble away L't: fhnt ineage, so loved, be erased. I lo t the-, Jwr mother, when manhood'* warm Il4e To k tlmd was fast hastening on, Then I 'rMsurid n:mt highly ray boyhood'* guide, Ai d deemed thee kiud Heaven's b?atboon. f We miss thee. dear mother, when, at the full board, T1 c bounties of Heavo-i we share; Th > gh r.? -cts of laughter around us be heard, V e r? j?? ce not, for tkou art not tk?r$. .y '1 when, 'o ?h3 home-twad. we come, as of yore !I< w desolate mttU earh rrom) How wearily HjvJnsj* t'e i the oft-opened door, l'or dimmed is the light of that home. 1 ion^ for ffce?. mother, when, burden'd by care, I tl e from the thronging* of men; Wiitp,iln ra 'ks my i>ody?afflictions draw near, ^we*t mm her, 1 long for thee then. I lor.g ft,, that gentle encouraging tone, That soothed eve...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 November 1855

THE EVENING STAR, PUBLISHED EVERY A FT KK NOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 4< ?bs Star Buildtmgs.cemsr ?/ fiMJfltMM ?v<??4 m4 EUv4tk strut, By W. D. VILliCB, W1J be served to subscriber* by carriers at MX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly toihe Agents; papen ?erred In packages at 37# ?eats par month. To. mall subscribers the ra1> ?dptlon price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year iaarfraaci, TWO DOLLARS for alx months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for leas than three months at the rate of U* eaots a week. Cy SIN OLE COPIES ONE RF.NT VOL. VL WASHINGTON, D. O, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1855. NO. 900. Information for Travelers WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. *1 HAlue or HOURS. ?On ud after Moo day, Ue Ud Instant, the Trains will L?avc Waahiagton at 0 and Sjf & m ., aad 3 aad 4 if t ? <?a 9un<Uv at 4* p. m l^eave Ml?? at 4# io4 8* a. m ., ami 3 tad ' p. m. )n8aadajit4j^>. m ap 33?tr T. H. PARSONS, Ageat. FOR MOUNT TERMOR* ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.?FARE, round trip, SI; fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 November 1855

EVENING STAR. WA8HIWOTON CITTt Till M?ve*sher t?. ^v'AovKRTiscKBTra sbooid be kudid In ?>/ 12 o'clock. M , otherwise they may not ap p 5ar until the next daj. AGENTS FOB THE STAB, i he following persons are authorised to eon tract f?r the publication of advertisements in the Suit: -'btladelphia?V. B Puxu, N. W. corner Ci" I fth and Chc??tnut streets. New York?S. M Pstti*?u.l A Co., Nam a llrMt. Boston? V. fi. Pum. Scollaj'f Building F?!KIT 07 THE MORNING 71X11. The Intelligence, on taking occasion to publish extracts from a late Know Nothing pamphlet from the pen of Judge Robertson, CJ, of Kentucky, enters its protect against what that gentleman says derogatory to the cau-eof the 4? straight-out'* Whigs, with ref rrcncc to the new party. The editor iati iuat?s, wc lancy, hi* determination tooontinuc u Whig atd a Whig only. The Union argues that the expended of their 'tare of tho current war are fast reducing England and Franco to bankruptcy; and an nounces that the Democrats of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 November 1855

?E VENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.* ?vfT"atrk -A correspondent, in L ? T? * mis*ppreheoiio? which ex its' from ^vreg*rJ 10 the oat" ts Irom tho National Theatre, states th it there are three from the three .ides of the Sife?s^*wS saSr / Si ? ?Pt,ed ,n 'wo -i""'" Th.r. Are also two doors, one on each side of th? whifh *xr~CgreM fr6m the c ,ai??n ui?w- Therc >??? th# first tie* of boxes t i? main exiti fr0Dt> besides which vhe parnuctte and the stage are both easily thS^h fromftho i?XCi- in addition * ^ *?? ? other doors issuii g on the whkMti boildi?? into the through whfch the upper boxes could empty them exit* Si rf th? "r? *1e?n doors of conreniert , ^ * them opening eutwardlv an,l 5n > -W? all could b'. thrown U p "it could emerge from all four sides. Wc apnr - "wAViu Mii* B?otb"ti":,,rc ia"'? eovatry with half as many ways of ccre^ lent* 7" ?? ,ide' M wel1 ** the P**e S?;? k lh? theatr*? ? being newly wU i, ? t ?*'?.ra*nuer, and efficient means 'be taken to keep them i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 November 1855

EVENING STAR. TWO POBT*AII? ?T AHIB. Cf Ve heart Is Hgkl and fre?? sweetest reuaic ?? h? laughter; Blanche's smllsa sunbeam ?eemi. With a shadow stealing aflat. Cora's Ups.Ilke ruby w>w, Br*-ak and close where whl HU iche'a are a roeebui cleft? 8eea.ing lips to spetFthan listen Ccra's (reaaes like (he day's Shower pold along the meadaw ; Clan - he's gamer from the sight's, Milken lengths of braided shadows. Cora warbles like a bird? i*tlv*r-song her native speech !?; * Slanvhe s silence to the ?e?K? Of subline st music i Cora's face is Ilka a l? _ ^ Out from ITit'ring sauw-flakes peeping; B.aacbe'a like a pwe- white claod \Vhere thoughts, like staia, are sleeping. Cora's eyes b?ue violets Yt? a sunnier speech la Cora's; B<a;iche's depths are lit wiih d As a midnight with Auroras. Cora, like a wind through flowers, Gathers sweetness by caressing ; Blanche's like light that falls on , Beautiful, is blest la blessing. Cora's soft ha:)ds court the clasp. Flitting white, like spray...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 November 1855

THE EVENING rUBLllHED EVERY (EXCEPT BCNDAYJ *"* 41 tk* Star Buildinw*. *9r??r 0/ P**??9 wmMUi R??94?tk ttr?t, By W. D. V&LIACH, WIU be wtW to mbtcrtbtn by carrkr? at AND A. QUARTER CENTS, lo the Agents; paper* ?erved In jacka^e* at Ti ft ?ents per month To tiaall aubserl^jera the sob ?crtpUon price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a ywwiirMu, TWO DOLLARS ft ?U month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for less than three months at the rate of cents a week. 1ET SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. 901. ^ASHlPHiTOft OKANCH RAiLKUiD. U,lo^R?'?On ?vnd after Mon " ~d Instant, the Train* villi *X"T m 4- U*4t?11 ?*?*?* * m.. and 3 and '?a Sunday at 4* p. m. fijTZ at ** 9* ??????* 3 ?4 On Sunday at4]f ? m apsU-t/ T H. PARSONS, Agent 1 FOR noVFIT VKH1()? ^Nroid^?D?y r A?,D PR'DAYS*-FARIi, -- ?"ad trtp, from Alexandria ? t-iuTvtJ^e THom *-<^1 ,**&C t heh^.? he* le*Te ttp Capitol for ion^.>a,, *.fLCl0ck. Coach fare 10 oenU. Per wtt h**? W1U their residence ?*L?e?r8e * Tbomaa Parker. Refreshma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 November 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OUT: V* ?WAY So renter 13. ACTiiTiimim thoild be banded In tj 12 o'clock, M , otherwise they may not ftp* Year until the next day. AGENTS FOE THE STAE. Tha blowing persona are authorised to eon tract for the publication of advertisements In the Star: Kl!<k,5"Sn"v- B Pal***,N. W. corner c: Fifth and Chestnut atreete. New York?S. M. ParriaaitL A Co., Numb etrcet. P not?V. B. Palebe, Seollay'a Building. Srir-IT 07 THE MOENINO PEESS. The [nt4*itg(nctr publishes a communica tion taking strong grounds against the com ments of the Union on the act of England in >i*. ling the 400-gun fleet off our coasts, and arguing to show that Victoria's government, n so doing, di*' nothing unusual or improper The Union discusses the illegal efforts of Britain to recruit in this country, and in the >u rso of its article republishes much of the :t i-.u- ny in the Herti case, concerning which itrcica up aa follow* t '? 1 bere is, however, one conclusive answer to .ill pret...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 November 1855

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. dui it it Mid that when the fire wa? iirst seen, there was nobody on the premises. It is due to the public that there he a full investigation into the occurrence, as it cannot he believed that the fire originated in "spcn uneoui?i:mh'"-!',in ? ut/wio ii"Ul ILO time of ih? occurrence. The driver rushed on his way. without stopping his wagon for a mo ment to inquire into the result of hi* criminal conduct. The poor woman insensible to all ?round- her, had 1-een carried into the drug store of Mr W. H. Oilman, and the profes sional services of Doctors Semmes, Stettinias, and Boyle summoned in vain The coroner's jury, having heir! an inquest over the body, rendered the following verdict: " That the deceased was crowing Four-and a-half street at its intersection with the north side of Pennsylvania avenue, and was within ten or twelve feet of the west side of said Four and-a-half street, when she was struck and knocked down by a horse, and run over by a bu^y attached to...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 November 1855

EVENING STAR. LTXXt ADDRK3T TO THE MUHE. Bt OtT* I.VSfVltRO TO IT. How bewtlful I* this nlte, Hu? britp the ?tarx d'j >hiue, Ail nature slfjf* In tr%nkllne?, Bst this lone hart of mine. Our d"?? bes quit a-barkln Bow M fellara pa*?in bi, H< ie ^razin at th* fir of muae With cam and pawld 1. Wen vtiln the, thou pale-faced thing, A ft -nqinx in the sklze, I'j< *ard o ? wild untrainelad wing Mi tbants cuts dust and lllza. 0 k'i?l I kwit this k!od of k!a, And sore abuv the croud, id'- baltb ml note in heegeta?y I it yonder tleasv cloud. How k.ta the po't'* hlborn ?oie .Mix with ertb'a vulvar cru * W :;<! it not rather fit awa And Lydefrom mortal vu ? Ah yc*' bad 1 a para of wln^it To go to yonder mune, 1 pes* l?le juM as soon sta thare From now until next June. And tliare a-roving up and down ihru purty flour* lae sro, Or llaon to the tinkling rills H ct fruin the mountings Ho." The -\ u'' pursues the theme for some dis t-?hoc b- you i tiiis point, bat he has already < ri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 November 1855

THE PUBLISHED EVERY AFTEHNOUJI, ? (KXCKFT SUNDAY,) 4i lii Star Btnlrfin?*. *9m*f *f P*a??fJaaiiia avtnvi i* i El**tntk ttrittf By W. D. WALLACE, Wl 1 be served to ?:hacrlbers by carriers at SIX 4ND A CHARTER CENTS, payable weeMy the Aleuts; papers served In packages at 37X ?oats per month. To mall subscribers lh? ?ub acrlptlon price Is THREE I<OLLAl3 AND FIF TYCKNTSayaari*a<ic<xjK:?>TWO DOLLARS f jt si* months, and ONE DOLLAR for three month*; for less than three aioatha at the rata of l*Jf cents a week. E7- SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. N, D. C., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1855. Information for Travelers. WA8II1JIUIOS BRANCH KAlMtUAD. pHANflB OF l!OUK?.?On and after MMr day, the 23d inat&at. the Trains will Leave Washington at <1 and a. in., and >> ana p. m. On Hundav at p. m. Leave Baltimore at 4# and 9# a. m., aad > and 5 * p m Ou Hands* at 4# a. ?? ' *p23-tr T. H. PARSONS, As?? FOK MOUNT VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.?FARE, round trip, Si; from Alexandria ? N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 November 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHIHeTOW CITY: ?ATIHDAY NovmMr 91, THE WEEKLY STAR i?*ued to-day, is. uaual. filled with matters of interest to tho politicians, the lovers of literature, and to all classes who want to know reccnt events of a public character in both the new and the old wcrld. Trice, f 1.2a a year, or three centa a single number FPJEIT OF THE MORNING FBKS3. The Vnion thinks that the New York Even inx Post?in proolaiuiing the question of tho repression of slavery entirely within the limits cf the State* in which it oxists, and its entire exclusion from all Territories, Jfce true issue of the day? has hit the right nati on the head. The fame paper, while taking occasion to shower compliments on Mr. Dallas, condemns earnestly the course of the New Orleans Delta? a paper favoring Mr. D.'s nomination for the Presidency?in chargin g Mr. Buchanan with being about to make an eleetioneering tour through the Southern and Southwestern State?. The editor says that if Mr. B. designs making any s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 November 1855

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ajul ?lli??John t Ellls-so ffii sQ'jf* to ibis community at a thorough ?> mg business man. and who succeesfally >IT<3 on home-made axiom of ll Quick and small profits," announces that he ne? ju.*t returned from the North with a oare lullj selected stock of stationery, perfumery, ^?nd old niUolc, musical instruments, in cluding piano fortes from the establishments of celebrated manufacturers, besides a grand '??ortm?nt of fancy and useful articles, form log a kind of museum to which the public are invited,** admission free." Wall ? Stephens, at their new place of bu* siness, a few doors weal of the National Hotel, Pennsylvania avenae, hare an elegant assort* '^nt of gentlemen's furnishing goods, includ ready-made clothing They have adopted "oie-pricc" principle, with a view to itutice to aTl their patrons. lties in furcituro. dry goods' Where ? -.t carpeting* from auction! Where ? .ne store of Clagett, Dodson ft Company, No. 4, Market Spsee The stocks are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 November 1855

EVENING STAR. TIBST AND EARLY LOVE. ST riXLlf J How swc?t. when year# bave pe*sed away, With *11 tteir Joy and pain ? To wander hack, o er memory s track. To childhood's home again. To dwell of happlnfn to like te heaven above; To live in recollection o'er Out first and early love. Fond memoir oft brings nnto u* Those happy, happy hoore; When love lev pure lh our young hearts As dew In folded flowers; When wr enjoyed life's pleasant dream. A* quiet, calm, and deep; As If the ?oul wu gatherea up Bcnee<h the wings of aleop Thorgh time's swift wheels have onward rolled, And crushed beneath their weight, The joys and pleasures of this world, Tie ilcb, the poor, the great; "Yet scenes so dear, so full of bliss, Aa in onr cht'dhood bloomed : Can never, naver, while there's llfis, Be in the past entomb'd. Our childhood's fliat and early love, It was a blessed thine; We eseh found then a hidden mine A warm and fishing spring; A mine from which we gathered eft, Bright gems that would not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 November 1855

- THE EVEHiTf Q STAR, PUBLISHED KTrWtT AFTERNUUP, (EXCEPT Si.'* DAY,) At tii Stn* Bmiiitnri, torn*? of ?re**i <md hUrtnlli strut, By W. D. WALLACH, WU be served to subscribers by carrier , ^ g AND A QUARTER CENTS, pay*Me v^L ?o the Agent*; papers served In par ^ ^ ' ?ents p^f mouth To mall sulxs. ,ibr ' ^ rrtpticnprtreUTllilKKDOLI4ap SANI^FIF TV CENTS *T~"*?J""?;T ?o DOLLARS fo, ?U mite, aud ONt J ^|LLA|t (<Jt lUM "T""?? tor '?? thenUcot I*)f cents a week. qpsiweLBcop 1B9 oSfc CENT. In^orr ^ion jor Tiavoler?. WASIU r .rtUTON BRANCH RAILROAD. ? ? ? VNOE OK HOURS.? On and after Mon ^ day, th/? ?:M Instant, the Tr;?lns will Lease W_ hln^toa at 0 aadfcjf a. in , ud 3 and p. m. On Sunday at 1)< p. m. Lear* Baltimore at 1 if and Dtf a. m , and 3 and S* P m. On Sunday at 1R a m apO-tr T. H. PARSONS, Agent. FOR MOUNT VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS?FARE, rflnnd trip, f 1; from Alexandria .xHTT"N 76 cmt* ?The steamer THOMAS COLLYER leaves Washington at 9. and Aiexan drta at 9% o'clo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 November 1855

-EVENING STAR. WA8HIW6TOK CITT: flIONOA??(?????<?? Bleeewiber Stt, QTAdtb*tt??ii*5t? should be handed in by 11 o'clock, M , otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. SPIRIT OF THS MORNIlfQ PRESS. The Union officially announces that Lord Clarendon assured Mr. Buchanan that there was nothing whatever hostile toward* us in the act of sending oyer hither tho 400-gun fleet; and that it* purpose was dimply to pro tect British commerce against Hussian priea teers, which, on information from Mr Consul Barclay through Mr. Crampton? especially With reference to tho bark Maury case?they supposed to be fitting out in United States .porta. This official announcement amounts to a simplo reiteration of our statement a week or so ag? on tho strength of private lottcrs from London to individuals in this ci'y, the truth of which was so vehemently denied by Mr Barely over his own signature. The Intolltgencr amuses itself by joking the Union, raying. "Good Se*8? at Bottom.?The Washing ton S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 November 1855

EVENING STAg? LOCAL IHTELLIGENCE. P.IUC V* A"? HarriSO* OrERA Cohpast. >vented by prior appoint meuts from ap ln ?^?' city during any evening of tho * r.1]?8 i894*011' this famed ompany have bscn of MC" v thr0u*h l^e well-directed enterprise . ,' ,or^? to K've a morning concert at his Th,i- Varieties"' on Wednesday next. *ne i.aea though a novel one in this country, . Exceedingly popular and fashionable in ?u k">pe, where the fact thai the voioo of a vocal ist poseesses most elasticity and clearness dur ing the earlier hours of tnc day. is more gen erally knomi and improved. The ocoasi^n will introduoe to cur citizens this entire rc uewLed company, assisted by a powerful cbo ras and orchestral accompaniments, rendering In every rc.?pect the ino^t capable and beat organised operatic corps that has ever ap *}>earcd in our city. Respecting the merits of its leading artists, we need say but little Miss Louisa Pyne is, beyond all cavil or difputo, the most nooomplisLed and gifte...

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