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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

THE MONEY MARKET , * ¦ ] PHlLADSI.PniA, AogUSt 16,1887. The transaction! at the «tock board to^ay were not extennivey and prices show bo material chsage. Beading railroad failed to recover from tho dcclbio o( yesterday. L The money market continues to hQ well supplied, but tho demand has alightly Increased, and paper p&ya a somewhat higher rate than at the close of lout-week. We quote the'market rates for favorite names at 8 to 10 ^ cent ., and for good bnBtaem paper 10 "to 12 ^ cent. At the New York Stock Board, yesterday, Michigan Southern fell 12tf V cent., dosing at 34Jf. The downward movement was materially aided bythe foilure of the firm or Origgn Ic Lathrop, who have been doaling quite largely In this stock for a rise. Tie New York JBxprets lift, that after Board It rallied to 39%. The sooner a thorough investigation of the affaire of this ctiinpany is made, tho better. lor the stockholders and nil concerned. . - ¦ The total shipments of coal from the Maryland c...

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Id=175 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

BL O C K L E Y ALMSHOUSE SEPARATE SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed '¦ Proposals to hupplyllleef and Mutton for the Philadelphia Alinnhouseuntil September 1st, 1858, will be received by tho Steward , at the Philadelphia Almshouse, until 12 o'clock, M., oa the Mtb. inst. The quantity of Beef required will be about 100.000 lbs., and from welt fed cattle, to be furnished by the side or carcasssaid carcass to weigh not less than 600 Ib3 : about the saffic quantity of Mutton will be requlsed, and must be from well fattened eheep. Sound and good marketable meat to bo delivered at such times and in such quantities as may from time to time be ordered, to be inspected and weighed upon delivery. The Guardians resorve the right to reject snch meat as in tho opinion of the Steward and Storekeeper, Ijj not equal to thy quality required lor tlu> contract. Any failure on tbe part of tho contractors to supply the quantity ordered, the same will be purchased, and the difference. If any. In the cos...

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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

I.Ut o( Arrivals at the Principal Hotrli. GIKARD noUSE—Chestnut Btrcet, lwlow Ninth. J F Haley, Chicago. John A Mulr, Va. IIII Ilroniriiead. Ga. L 0 Donning, Ga. floo WHoward, flaltlmoro. W J Walklnn, NY. ' L Marlain, Porto Rico. II RoKoubore, Texas. C Fantani, do. Sam'l R Todd. SO. Wm Mills, Jr, SO. Wm Sewcdl, NY. Cant H RandallNY. A D Smith, Cincinnati. « V Cozarth, (la. T C Ho«uo, Go. Jos Hillman, Ala. Jos SchlossAla. Col BoudruntVa. Dr Thos L Boudruut, Va Alex BoudruntVa. . Geo Boudrtint, Va S lay, New York. CJkw J Bunker, NY. Jos Manlgault, SO J J Boiley and ly, Miss. Miss Bailey, Miss. L J Brown and lady, Wa«h-V. Simmons, Oovlngton. inRton. Wm Borthwick, Belfast J II Robinson , Now York T W Harris and lady, Mils Wm Sumpton and lsdv. Miss Watson, Va Penna J II Upton, New York Thomas Terry, Lafayette Austin Doll. Baltimore Wm Richards, do W Sawyer, Tuskeiiee, Ala Wm P Barr, Carrolton, III Wm Alley, do G WriBht, do W B Shspord, Naihvillo Wm S Mauday, Gallatin, JSWheells, do Tpn...

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

ARRIVED. Ship Lancaster, Dccan, 46 days from Liverpool, with mdBG and 72 passengers to Ponrose & Burton. Steamship Roatou, Sellow24 hours from New York, via Caps May, with indBe aud passengers to J Alldordice. Reports a barque and three brigs off Cape Uenlopen yesterday morning, bound lu; aliarquo, two brigs and iifteeu schrs near New Castlo, beating up. Steamship Kennebec, Hand, 26 hours from Now York, via Cape May, with mdse and passongers to J Allderdice. Barque ConradSalisbury, from Rio Janeiro, July 6, with coffeo to Thos A Newhdll & Go. Sailod in company with ship Haidce, Manton, for New York. July 6, off Cape Fno, exchanged signals with barque Fame, of Richmond. July 17th, lat 10 08 8, long 3415 W, Aug 9, lat 32 46 N, bug 67 42 Ay, exchanged longitudes with brig Mary E Thompson , of Searsport, Schr Geo Henry, SolUday, 6 days from Portsmouth, Va. with lumber to NorcroBS & Sheetz. Sehr Ocean Bird, Quillen, 3 days from Laurel, wl lumber to J W Bacon 2c ...

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Id=149 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

FOR PEOTHONOTART OF THE DISTRIOT COUBT, WM. M.HEIU.T. of PiratWard. Subject to Democratic Rnlei. ¦ ' »ul7-JheS* . £'O R ASSEMBLY-JOHN H. BRADV, Eighth Wari—Seventh Legislative District. Sub. Ject to Democratic rules. aulO.tsep8* PROTHONOTARY O? THE DISTRICT COURT.—WM. LOUGHLIN, Second Ward. Subject to Democratic rules ^ j^ ¦ , . au!5-S»p7* f'OB A S S E M B L T^-EDWIN SMITH, NINTH DISTRICT, TWELFTH WABB. Subject to Democratic Rules. >Ul4* OlTSssEAIBLr—Second District, PEKR AH 3. COOK .Second Ward. Subject to Democratic R"'»»- . __ au 12-tO* CTLKRK OF QUARTER SESSIONS—' JOSEPH CROCKETT, Sixteenth Ward. Subject to Democratic Bales. . au i2-4« * T.10R ASSEMBLY-JOSEPH J. KEEFF J. —Second Legislative DistrictSecond Ward. Subject to tho decision of the Democratic Convention. auMtSS ' * OROTHONOTARY OF THE DISTRICT J7 COURTJOHN P. M'PADDENof Third Ward. Subject to the rules of the Democratic Party, anl-tf OR RECORDER OF DEEDS—THOS. 3. IIEMPIIILL, Tenth wardVine street, above Eigh...

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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

S T ieriol SJoticcs. SfWer'i Infant Cordial.---This invaluable Cordial is prepared from a variety of the most choice and efficient aroniattcs known in medicine, and 1b the most perfect and rellabto carminative extant for infuuta and young children. By Its powerful inlluence a Bpeody euro U effected in all cabes of Vholie, windy pains and spasms. RolloTes and mitigate* much of children's Buffering durjug dentition or teething, and by its soothiug properties tranquilige* pains of the bovjtU, looseness, vomiting, &o. The Infant Cordial has become a standard ' remedy, and lias been used iu thousands of cases with the most abundant success. No family should be without it. J're'narcd only by HEKav A. Bower, ' At his Drug and Chemical Store, K. B. corner or Sixth and Groeu sta., Philadelphia. . To whom all orders must bo addressed. And for sale by Druggists generally. aul3-ly Seamen's Saving Fund —Office 203 Walnut street, one door west of second street. Receives deposits lu su...

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

' t«n».-U»«ri*(.-h Wff.-lti«mkll«a«o«H««. web Sold :r y ;Id!ijW:-L.D0u i mijiM)t»n4ingdownwxri.. ' .,. Nata>. SloR»i>.-7«plrit8. of Turpeprine »«|so '? in small quahtlttes at 490.' Nothing done in Crude Turpentine, the stock Is very swell- Common E»sfnis in demandiat *I, 95a$ll«6 per JIOJM Fines Rosins g*> freely »t SSaS6. . Tar and Pitch unchanged. . ¦ ¦ ' . \Ort9.—JnaQtive, at former rates ' . • . ' , :\PKOVIsi<?KB,-iPerk firin ' ; ' H ' fU-Tt for mesa, and $21 for prime. Beef,steady, at.previousprwea. Iardinaema * nd" atl6jal6l. Cut meats inactive. B«coa4o.,.,B!ltterand6heesB in good demand at gMWts.—Theioarketwas brisk. ¦ Cognac brandy »& Tw-mV Bochelle at-«-35a53-60, and ohampagae brandy at . 54-26'. The reports by the list Sterner fromT'Europe, thaTthe TinUgewlll not be more than an average one, gave considerable firmness to ihe market. Gin was. in demand at 80a95e, 'and Jamaioalrum was steady at $1-45. WiHfes..—The market was brisk, w...

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

IETTBR PROM-SEW WBK fOorre»B0n4cnlJOof The Prco.1 ,. .- . .. * Skw tata., Aug 16,6X o'clock, P.M.. The money market was < exceedingly active today, the best eignabucs wentoS at 9a6J per cent., and good endorsed jjaper was freely offered at from 10 to 12 per cent.' ,1 mcntl6nil in roy last that itwas the general iinpTO»sion: thfc tho market would be tight erelong.' 'I have every reasbn u to 1 " confirm this opinion. In the first plac& the shipment of meoici by the Baltic, ,($800,000,) at lcMt ^1,300,000 already eaxistei bit the Persia ^ on Wednesday, and fcetween »®B7i>00 »nd 8400,006 hyfteJo!ton; neit Saturday, will absorb all the gold arrived, from California 'by the Central Aaieric»; and -wlthdroW nearly k million ill ¦ addition from tho, available ctpitaf on hand; ¦ ¦ ¦ '' • ¦ ."• " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' The country hanks are beginning -to withdraw their balancesandr kreo sums ' w(H be required within the next air weeks for tho removal, of the crops, .which, t...

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

Serious :Fire« In Baltimore. . On Friday morning,we learn from the Baltimore Sim, a fire broke out about ,<half past ona o'clock yesterday morningin '.a. two-story oriok .oarpentershopat theoomer of^Wine ' and Frenoh alleys, 1 which was entirely-destroyed together with all the contents ' --When discovered the whole interior of the building was . in flames. Ika building was owned andoconpiea by,Mr. Thomas Lister, whoao, Ios3 is about 81.600, npon which there was no insurance. The building adjoining on the, west was throe stories high, the two upper of which were occupied as a carpenter shop, by Mr. Richard Murray, and the fewer floor by Mr.». Preltoil Parr for thestorago r iof'oratc8of crookeryware. This building was also entirely..destroyed. Mr. -Murray's loss is about $250, upon which there was no insurance, his policy having expired about twelve hours before the fire broke out; Mr. Parr's loss is about $300, upon which there was no-insurance. The building, was worth. fTOO...

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Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

SCOTT HOUSE—Comer of Itwm Street awi Dnquesne Way, Pittsburgh. B. D. MARKER, Proprietor. aul3-3m OUIS B. COFFIN,— ~T THIRD WARD HOTEL, (DEMOCRATIC HEAD QUARTERS,) South-east corner FIFTH and QUEEN Streets, aul-lm Philadelphia. ILLIAK ~ N. KINfV-SOUTHERN • EXCHANGE HOTEL, South-east corner or FIFTH and CARPENTER Sts., Philadelphia, aul-lm Ch esndIFstreet house samuei MILLER(OldNo.121) New Ko-331 CHS3NU1 STREET, below Fourth, Philadelphia. au 1-lni ¦*S/"ILLIAM HANNINGS' City Lager Beer T T Saloon, No. 32 CARTER'S ALLEY, Pblladelphia. anl-ltn toincs anil fiouors. ALEXANDER V. HOLMES, WINE AND LIQUOR STORE, No. 228, Southeast Corner of GEORGE and SOUTH Streets. aul-lv-WILLIAM F. PITFLELD,—IMPORTER of BRANDIES, WINES, 4c, 4c, No. 323 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia. . aul-lm iTleVis, importer and dealer • IN FINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS4c, 26 South FIFTH Street, Philadelphia. aul-ly RANDIES.—Pinet, CastiUon & Co., iSTrett 4 Co., and other brands of Cognac3 of varionq vintages, i...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

&Tnasements WHEATLET" ARCS ST. THEATRE. —Sole Lessee ' W. WHEATLEY Soali op P«IOE9.—Orchestra Stalls, 60 cent*; Dress Circle (no extra charge for Secured Seats), 60 cents: Family Circle aud Amphitheatre25 cents; Seats in Private Boxes, 76 cents ; Whole Private Box. (3: Gallery, 13cents; Uallery for Colored Persons, 25 cents; Privato Box in Gallery for Colored Persons, 33 cents. Box ODice open from 10 A. M. until 3 P. M. ¦ J.M.B.WHITTON Treasurer. THIS (Monday) EVENING, August 17th, Sheridan Knowles' popular play of THE WIFE. St. Pierro , Mr.E. L. Davenport Mariana Mrs. K. L. Davenport To conclude with the laughable comedietta called STATE SECRETS. Doors v^H open at 7 o'clock. 1'Prforniancefl commence at 7^ precisely. WALNUT STREET THEATRE.—Proprietor, Mr. WM. J. NAQLE; Acting and 8taRe Manager Mr. WAYNK OLWINE. Prices-Dress Circle and rar«uettoso costs: Upper Circle, 26 cents; Private Box and Orchestra Beats, 76 coutt. Box Ofilce open from 0 o 'clock A M. to 4 P.M. D...

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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

Baltimore Markets. Saturday , Aug. 16. Tobacco.—There have been more purchasers for Mart-land Tobacco this week, and all the parcels which reached the market sold promptly. Several ships are now taklug lu cargoes for Europe, and the demand an-{le ara to be confined to completing tlieu* cargoes. Tho ate rains have somewhat affected tho Maryland Tobacco crop on light lands, but we learn that the prospect of an excellent crop is very general. Prices this week are unchanged, vh: Maryland Brown Leaf, aB In quality, * 9»$10j Inferior 6hort8ecouds,$7.60»t8.60: brown leafy ?10Bll.ondextraat$llol6. The receipts of Bay Tobacco are trilling. Wo quote as followB, vii: Tips or tails S>ffl$ll; seconds S12e«6; yellow spangled $30ff$32, and fine yellow $3Sa£16. We note sales of 180 hhds. Ohio Tobacco at prices ahowing a Blight concession in favor ot buyers. There in but little of this description now to come forwari. Wo continue former quotations, viz: Inferior to good common Ohio $903510;...

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

COAST PILOT.—IN PRESS AND WILL M)0N BK l'UUUSHKD, tbo following standard Ilooktvli: Blunt'e Coast PilotIStta edition; HowdilcliN Naiik'fltor, 2'tli edition; Snii«iiatter'» Assistant, 9th edition. Wo iuvito Attention to our new Spring Centre Compasses, wlilch answer for either light or heavy weather, and art ' especially adapted for steamers, aud vessels where tlio motion is cousiderablo. They require fewer repairs than any compass now in use. Marino Opera Glasses of euperiorquality. Spy Glasses, Aneroid and Mercurial Barometers, Tlierli.uinetera, AmericauFrench aud English Sextant*, Octants, QuadzaiitsAzimuth CompassesBinac'Ies, Lag Glasses. «u<I all kinds of Nautical Instruments and Hooks, constantly ouhand. AlsoCharts of all parts of tho world from tho late.t awl beat authoritloa. Agents for Kogcrs' American Code of Signals, Deni's Chronometers and Compasses, and for Abbott's Horometer, and an instrument for working ont problems in Nautical Astronomy by simple inspection ...

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Id=216 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

. ©as £i%lntcs. Manufacturers of GASALIERS. BRACKETS. PENDANTS, FITTINQS, and all kinds of GAS and LAMP WORK, GIRANDOLES, 4c. No. as CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia. ARCHER, WARNER 4 CO, No 375 BROADWAY, New York. Building* fitted with Gas Pipes, ind all kinds of altering and repairing of Gas Work. aul-lm* SVtlornens ot Kara. f-|ANIEL DOUGHERTY, ATTORNEY JU' AT LAW, Southeast Corner of EIGHTH and LOCJST Streets, Philadelphia. aul-lv YER STROUSE, ATTORNEY ~ AT LAW, CENTRE street. Pottaviile. Pa. au4-ly JOHN BINNS, UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER AND COMMISSIONER OF DEED* AND. TUE PROBATE OF ACCOUNTS for several States and Territories. He is, by law, authorized to administer Oaths and Affirmations to be received ia all tho Courts in Pennsylvania. JOHN BINNS may bB found in hii offlce, No. IIS South SIXTH Street, opposite the County Court House, from 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. aul-lm CTooJ. HAZELTON ^ AN^iraSc^iarjN TAI.S"LehighHickory »nd Locust Mountain Schuylkill Coal for sale at KNOWLES' Depot ...

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Id=129 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

PARKINSON'S ILLUMINATED GAR BENS. CHESTNUT, ABOVE TENTH. PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERY EVEN ING. au 12-6k Admittance, ono shilling. AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC—E. A MARSHALL has great pleasure in announciug that, through tho immediate agency of tho justly popuiaT impieasario MAX MARETZEK, now in Europe, he has effected an engagement with RONZANI'3 Celebrated, Graud and Complete BALLET TROUPE, (From tho Theatro Royal, Turin,) Which will be under tho personal direction of SIGNOR DOMINICO RONZANI Manager of tho Theatro Boyal, Turin, and Aetna] Maitro de Bullot, from Her Majesty's Opera House, London. nulMt ANTED—A BOY WHO CAN READ manuscript well. Applyattho PRESS OFFICE, CARTER'S ALLEY, above SECOND, after 12 o'clock. au!7 WANTED TO RENT.—A THREE Story BRIOK HOUSE, suitable for a small family. Tho beat roferencoa given. Address " Rcnt,' 1 Preas Office. aul2-2w* LOST—AN ACCOUNT BOOK FOR PORTER. A reward will be given by returning it to theN. W. corner of Seventh ana Shippen streets. *u ...

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

SAILING OF THE OCEAN STEAMERS. BTEAMBB FHOM FOK DAT Porsia New York Liverpool Ang 19 Argo , .NowYork Bremen............Aug 19 OofBaYthnore..NewTork Liverpool..... Aug20 New York Kew York Glasgow. Agu22 Jrulton .........New York Southampton......Aug. 22 Niagara, Boston Liverpool .,.Aag 26 Borussia New York Hamburg Sept 1 Arabia Now York Liverpool... Sept 2 Jasob New York Bremen.... Sept 2 North Star New York Southampton Sopt 8 C of Washington.New York Liverpool. Sept 3 Edlnburg New York Glasgow Sept 5 Adriatic New York Liverpool Sept 12 Arago New York Havre Sept 19 C of Baltimore..Liverpool New York July 20 Niagara... Liverpool Boston Aug l rnoH rot; DAT Borussla ,..Hamburg New York. Aug 1 Jason Bremen Now York Augl Columbia Liverpool New York..: ..Aug. 6 Arabia. Liverpool New York Aug 8 Edinburgh Glasgow Now York... .Aug. 8 North Star. .Southampton New York Aug 12 O Washington. .Liverpool Now York Aug. 12 Canada Liverpool Boston Aug 16 Atlantic... ' .... .Liverpool New York Aug 19...

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Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

¦ '•itiiiftj^tuly ' Ha^Wiv ; a*>oajM«tf«K '»f "fonnCT'i»n»iciii<ii'«f of t!io lend<nr2Y»i«»," Hi. tHim u^W&&b tt«ft>RtJ- 9U fcn > Mr. 36k* B»iiiifl^4'^i*«l'J»w.ln 1859, owjiot fcemw^wl^^ifiii^S^toSPRtKi'PriB oipul jSftoj&9*» .5>W^Wn«n:>>**«[ ««»g«a, ini8®«^B#¥ , !ti.|«v.^y?iu 'a: eifa who Sd5|ii«t gridu»tei »ttb«:trni^r»ltj' of Oifoii. ifiliiWisw'at'y*4«rtiei5. ' The •ldsrDnLAKI X^wasM*^*^™? 4 ^ '*W '*w? for m»i>3f>y«»rs,'under the late Mf. John WiiTiB, hit n«r*r ii^ft&MiMsF' - q^l,tklir,te ladnooWmtobcoalled editor. He quitted ra« 2Y«h»shortly bofowi'AtfV ¦Walter's death,and obtained & salary of j$I| (SO0 a_ yo»r, from; the ' Gorenimenti «o tensuper to two of tho county courts in tue oaat of London. In 1860, whon thp Mofntng Chronicle bwMBe thei'oigjpi of IHo" Giaditone-Pnseyito party, the eldir Dklakb fceoame badness niinagor 'of'ths^jiper, '6n#8p«pd!ly abandoned it. M...

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Id=122 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

rflRANSPORTATION OF COAL TO J. < CHINA. Navv Departiiest I Bureau of Construction , 4cAugust 13,1857 ( PROPOSALSscalod and endorsed " Proiiovih for Frei' eAl to China," will bo received at this bureau until 3 o'clock-tho 16th September next , for tho transportation or not exceeding 4,000 tons of imthnwito coal from tho port of Philadelphia, in such quantities a.i may bo oSIttri}& } uni the Dwnartmpnt deem proper to accept, to bo delivered to the United States naial storekeepers at Hoiig-KonK and Shanghai an may be directed. Tho oiler will Btoto tho prico per ton of 2'J4O lbs. for that deliveredwithout primace or any other extra chargo, and also tho rato at i>hlch demurrage will bo charged. No other than cargo for tho Government to bo received on board. If tho draught of water of tho vessel offorcd makea any lighterage necessary In loading, it will be at the cost of tho vessel; but good despatch will bo given in loading. For tho delivery of tho coal n Ithin re...

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

[From the New.Sor* P»B«M.]. ,•- .-MATTERS AW0 THINGS IS NEW YORK. .... . ',=, js ~ ' ±-t' -?sitfr ' YoakfAuk' .Ui ' mT.' Beverly Bobinson, Esq., died lost evening, at his residence at New Brighton, oa Staton Island. Mr. Robinson was in, the 79th year of his age. He was a sound lawyer, a polished gentleman, and an upright man,. ; .< i - - • ¦¦ ' »• • • .'•¦' • > ¦ • The Hamburg screw steamer Bornssia; Captain Trautmannarrived this morning from Hamburgh. Left the Elbe at 4 o'clock, on tlio afternoon of. tho 1st of Augnst. 'She brings 451 passengers.. The JR. has had fresh westerly ' .winds ruost of the passage, with Very pleasant weather.,, On the 14th inst.j at 2.30, spoke 6hip Clifton, from Co A for New York, 37 days out. '' ¦ The paintingof Jacob Haystho celebrated thiefcatcher, Having been redeemed by Aid; Blunt, 'was this noon returned; to the City.Hall, and replaced tu ioraicuuuo viuvtfxt\ . -r o . > m wjy mo pfvpert-j of Aid- ilunt, who paid $25,0 for i...

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