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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 November 1854

1'THE EVENING STAR PUSHED EVERY AFTA&NOON, (nom suVDiT,) 'yjftkt Star buildings, corner Pennsylvania v juinur an^ Eleventh street, By WALLAOH a hops, (il be served to subacribert in the ciiies of Wiuh alno, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila ujpfci, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pay* Lg wr?-*tv (o the A unit*. To mail subscriber* th CfHcnpiion price is THREE DOLLARS AND 'a flFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR j[i THREE MONTHS. 0(7-Si*eiB conn om | iP*. !&*??? AVOID ALL QUACKERY, it Ik ND TAKE MEDICiNKS PRBPAKED RY A It L\ REGULAR PHYIICIAN ONLY. LIFE PU?> ?? U&G1D, A CURE POR ALL PAIS, CO'IhHB *. ?LDeT'CONSUMPTION. WHWPING ri j X}T:QH, LIVER COMPLAINT DYSPEPSIA, IN !? >i,,k?TTON 80UR STOMACH, SCROFULA. ALL ? JKl^ ERUPTION^ AND ALL FEMALE COM R V^k1^8" 8. RO?B'S CELEBRATED FAMILY tgDl^INES are the result of thirty years practio &? . philadalpbia. Hi* preparations are for tut Uplaint. u:i hare been well tested and appr...

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. — 17 November 1854

EVENING STAR.! WASHINGTON CITY: FEI^AY AFTFBNOCN *ov?mber 17 tW W. M. Mills, at Fredericksburg, V*., is prepared to furnish subscribers to the Star with their papers early every morning. P?r ion3 wanting the paper will bo promptly at tended to by leaving their names and ad dresses with him. nr a. r Owes, No 70 High st., Ports mouth, Va., will furnish subscribers to the Evening Star with their papers regularly everj morning after it-" issue. fgT Jeremiah Kidwell, Esq , is appointed our agent for collecting subscriptions to the Daily Evening Star and Weekly Star, in the Scate of Virgiuia. We commend him to the kind attention of our friends. MiaU i>f fdi. 4L0&R1 ft'G PRi** The Intelligencer says of the Soule affair: '?The excitement caused by t*.e repulse of our Mini-ier, Mr. Souls, has already, in a g cat mea-ure, died away. It will hardly prove a nine days' wonder. A little reflection ha- cUovtea that the s-opping of our Minister I was not necessarily an affront to our Govern-...

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. — 17 November 1854

( i EVENING STAR. local intelligence. 4 A Correction?The Right On* Discov ered ?On Monday afternoon, we published the following marriage notice, which was brought to our counter by the alleged groom in person, and doly paid for, as the rules of 0ir office require, viz : '?Married, on the 7th Instant, by the Rev Joseph Wilson, Mr. John James Calvert to Mijs Frances Marion Hurdle, all of this city On the next day, we received at our coun ter, in the same way. from the veritable groom in person, the following marriage notice, ?hich vcj3, of course published on that occa gion, vi?: . v "Married, on the 9th instant, by the Kev. Mr. Steele, Mr William Brook Galer, of Uadensburg. to Miss Frances Manon Hurdle, ofthiseity" The really married P*?r ? P?! thl8 last no tice. on returning to the city from a thort honey-moon trip, discovered, to their horror that the would-be *roora had strangly mistp ! ken a promt** foramarriage. and thus brought the good name of the bride into question., Tbey re...

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. — 17 November 1854

* * MNC, STAR. [FOR THE 9TAR. LOSS OF THE ARCTIC. BY 8. V. I.FErH. Twas a dark uloomy morning, when homeward returning, The Alette was gallantly ploughing the sea; And the h-*a s of her inmate* within them were burning With joy, as ;',jey though', of the friends they'd noon see. But, alas! how manv fon 1 hopes were then blighted. How many glad hearts 111 an hour were pained ; How many, wh? hoped that with friends soon united, A life of enjoy men i at home they should spend. How many who trusted that soon with the loved ones They left in th?-ir home, they should mingle again; \r:i! with th? ir own kindred, within their own coun- I trv. Their iive? crowned with honor and peace they should end. ******* The vessel still Wars them across the wide ocean, And hearts are still happy, and hopes are still lirijrht, But. alas! in a moment, all, all, is commotion, And hopes are as dark as the curtain of night. The ve?sel ;s struck while her course she was steer ing, And into her sides trie whit...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 November 1854

TilK EVENING STAR (neon sokdat,) At tk? Star Building*, corner Pmmtylvamm av&n/M and KUvtvtk strut, ? f W A Mi AC II Ar HOPR, Widb? *rvtsl to uMc/ib?/i in the ub-rs Wasf* toftoa,A?erg?ewa. Alexandria, Bait) mordant? Pbil.> <toiniua, at BIX AND A QUA&TZB CUNTS, paj~ W? wwkiy m> tiia Agents. To mail aubecritar* the safaaeription twice is THRU DOLLARS AND riPTr cints * jmr in adaanos, two dol ' LA BP fbr SIX MONTHS, and ON8 DOLLAR fcr TII RBI MONTHS. g^Siaeia oopiu uii ran, .?? cr 1 ? ' f AYOID ALL QUACKERY, A ND T*AKR MKDIOINfcl PRBPAHBD BY A J\. llODUa PHTCOlA* ONLY. Lin P4*. ? Cr>iroii/. a cum po* all pain, con?ins ooLDa, oonsumptio*, oroup. whooping cough, una complaint, dyjpbpsia, iv ?IQB8TIOW SOU* stomach, scrofula. ALL . SKI* MCPTIONB, AND ALL FKMAL* COM PLAINTS. Wt. J. ?? Boil's OlLltRATBD FAMHT ? ?DIC1JTJB IN the result of thirty year? praetic b? Phlledslphia. HJa preparations are for was enaaplaint, a?!? bare Wn vail tasted and approred bjfhindwib of Phys/...

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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. — 18 November 1854

K VKN IN a STAR. WAnHIN^TON PITY: SATTODA^r AFTf.RNOO*... .Horwnber 18 ?? ^?* |y W. M. Mills, at Fredericksburg, Va . is prepared to furnish subscribers to the Star with their papers early every morning. Per kmm wanting the paper will be promptly at - tended to by leaving their names and ad with him. A. B OwKsg, No 70 High st., Ports mouth, Va., will furnish subscribers to the tivoning Star with their papers regularly every morning after It- issue THE WEEKLY STAR Those who need an admirable family sr.' weekly newspaper should at once subscribe for the We*lly Star. It contains not ?aly at? aooount of all the doings at Washington, bu aieo a bird's-eje view of the history of the world for each week. The prioe is only $1.15 a year, in advaue> ?ViRlT OF THE MOHWIHG ?H&*5 The I/Ueiligvneer's Paris correspondent con Asms our Intimation, published yesterday that the French Government, on foil informa tfcm on the points involved, hastened to with draw the interdiction on Mr. Soule He ...

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. — 18 November 1854

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I Report or thb Financial Aount or the I Aid 8ociett or the District or Columbia, FOR TU Q. ARTKK B5DING OcTOEJEK 27th, 1854 I ? work of educational and moral reform was I oommenced in this city last faii, in ooneur- I - rence with the views of many of the clergy I and laity of the different Protestant denorni-1 nations of christians and other oitisens, and 1 waa attended with enoouraging success The I Society was organised on the 27th of April I laat A missionary. matron, financial agent I and 13 teachers were elected, who are believed I to possess sufficient devotion to the cause to I toeet the sacrifices and responsibilities da-1 manded in improving the oondition of the I idle, ignorant, vicious, and the deserving poor. I A board of five auditors were elected from the I clergy, and the trustees consist of oae from] the laity of each denomination in the city.1 The auditors and trustees are men of stand-1 ing, infiuenoe and responsibility. The con-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 November 1854

ST NO STAR, [From Chambers's Edinburgh Journal.] THt DAY OF BEST R??l! rem! tt t* ttw Day of Rest?there Med* no book to tell ? ^ Tile truth tbat every thoughtful cyc9 each heart cuo read so wrrH ; * ^ K*-t, real: u I* the Skb '.aU] morn, a quiet 611a the air, f?oaje whispered voice of pwee repeats that raat is everywhere. ? O weary heart! O heart of woe! raise mp thy toil w jrn brow; The fields^ the tr-es, tbe very breese?they all are resung n W i The air is still, there U no sound save tbat uneeas inf hum, The iineet son? of .summer time that from the wood; doth come. ' And even that seems fainter now, like voices far away. As thou they only song of rest, and labor'd i ot to day; The hum of beet seem softer, too, from out the clear blue heaviD, As If the lowliest creatures knew this day for rert was given. The spacious tr*cts of meadow-land, ef b.ni-fieM* and < f wneat. And all the glebe, are undisturbed by sound of La bor's feet; The cotter in his Sunday garb, with peace within...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 November 1854

THE EVENING OTAK * ITBLISHM) ET1RT AFTERNOON, (ixc*rr wnn>AT, ) At tk* Star huildintrt, eamsr Pennsylvania av4m**4 4md -BHv*nth HrMt, By H'A L 1, 4 l M * Bi O B* JB , \V ki tM served to aahsfirikan in the cftiea of Wask >ngtoa, cslpaia, at Six AJfD A QUARIWR CRNTS, Me see^fclf m tha Ag rn. To Ml sabssrlbsrs the nbmlpiiaa prim to THRU DOLLARS AlfD kiptt ciwts i year m admm, two DOL LARS fhr SIX MONTHS, and OKI DOLL At It TIIR81 MONTHS. |^>3uiou corn* tn Ceire. ATOTD ALL QUAOKIRY, AND TARS MRDICINIS PRBPARBD IT A A. BMGULAR PHYITGIAN ONLY. LLV1 P?<> Ik U>N?1I>, A CUR1 VOB ALL PiTN, OOUtHS tr>Ln?, OONSUMPTIOB, GROUP, WHOOPIBG .1 UGH. LIVBR COM PLAINT, DTSPRPSIA, 15 WGBSTIOM SOUR STOMACH. 8CR01ULA, ALL *KIV ktUPTIONS, AND ALL PR MA LI COM PLAINTS. DR. J. 8. R09V6 C1L1BRAT1D IAMILT ?orCTNBti ?w th? veenlt of thirty years prwtios Philadelphia. Uis praparotens or* tot sash ojuplalnt, and bare boon well tested and approved oj hundreds of Physicians, and tfacimrfc of ...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 November 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHCNGTQN PITT: MONDAY Amauroo*......I^wrtw 80. IT W. M. Mills, at Fredericksburg, V*., !<< prepared to furnish subscribers to the Star w:th their papers early every morning. Per soaa wanting the paper will be promptly at unded to by leaving their names and ad dresses with him. nr A. B. OwflBs, No. 70 High ft., Ports . Va? will furnish subscriber! to the -y / Star with their papers ragnlatfy morning after its lasae. SPIRIT Of THE MOBVDre FUMM The Intilligtncer contains a luminous arti cle upon the "War and the Bastern Question," wherein it is argued that the only party to tbU oontest, aoting upon disinterested pur V is Turkey; aid farther, that Russian dominion over Constantinople and the sur rounding territory, whenever it shall prevail there, will be an improvement upon the ex isting condition of things in that quarter?a b? befit to the interests of humanity! '.'be Union contains the speech of Judge I> glas at the dinner reoently given in his L r.or at the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 November 1854

r SVENINC STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Th? Rac? on Satubdat.?Ob Saturday last qaite a orowd met oa the Columbia oourse to witness a match rao* for $500?nil* h*ata? bmtw?n Mr. Maddoek's sorrel mar*, Mary Pay?*, and Mr. Suit's bay bom, John Gra ham, which wat advertised t* tak* place at 1 o'olook; bat for >om* oause unexplained, of oourse, the spectators war* k*pt waiting la the eold till nearly S before to* horses were brought to the poet. There waa rerj little betting. The friends Of the mar* would hare beoked h?r freely at even money, bat as there was no odds offered, th* friends of the horse played shy. On t?e word "go" being given, an even start was *ff*et*d, th* ridsr of John Or ah am racing for th* lead from th* jump, which he slightly obtained on rounding the corner, bat before they bad reached the quarter-pole, th* mar* shot ah*ad, was never afterwards ap proached, and passed the jadges stand " hard h*ld" six lengths ahead of her opponent. Time, 2 minutes, 1} second John Grah...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 November 1854

[rOSCLrDED FROJt first rvoe-J protracted disease always produce, their earthly feelings were still predominant with many, and, in connection with the excitement, confusion and uncertainty prevailing in their minds, Tendered them inaccessible to the approach of those ( brighter spirits. "Why," he added, ??we do not all even see each other, though hovering thus together around you/ We have, as it were, a dim con sciousness of each other's presence, and,, through the instrumentality of the me diums, we hear and converse with you and with each other. For this purpose it is that wq are conducted here by our spirit-guides, tnat we may learn our true condition, and, through mortal means, unlearn the errors which our mortal life, has instilled into us. Speak, then, Judge, to them. You they all can hear, and from your lips they may early learn the lesson of the realities before them, which, sooner or later, they must all learn. Speak plainly, but gently, for oh. you know not how much of sorr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 November 1854

I'm; LVKNING STAK . (now BUNMA*,) V At tk4 Sim BwiIMkg$, < w By Wli 1? A CM# Will be carved to subscribers in trie eftiflS of Wasfe 1 offton, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phil* Crtplua, at BIX ABB A QUARTBB CBMT8, paya ble weekly to the Agents. TO mall subacrttas the *?bscripttaa price is THRBB DOLLARS AND riITT CDTT8 a year la mhmiu, TWO DOL LAK8 for SIX MONTHS, aad ONB DOLLA1 i* TH >11 MONTHS. Qj-Sitwia oopim oaa CUT. AIWi AVOID ALL QUACKERY, "AKB MIDICINJC8 PBBPARBD BT A ULAB PHYfTCIAN OffLT. LUK PRO LONGBD, A CUBB FOR ALL PAIN, 00HGH8. OOLDS, CONSUMPTION, GROUP, WHOOPING COUGH, UTIit COMPLAINT. DYSPBPSiA., IN niQBJTIOIf. 80UB STOMACH, 8CROFGLA. ALL 8KIN BRUPTION8, AND ALL FBMALB C SKIN BRCPTI0N8, AND ALL VXMALB COM PLAINTS. DB. J. 8. R03B*S CELEBRATED FAMILY MBDI0INB8ara the result of thirty years practice (a Philadelphia. His preparations are lor etch vosjplainfc and tore been wsll tamed aad approved l>y hundred* of Physicians, and thousands of Pa tients. A II...

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. — 21 November 1854

EVENING ST UU WASHINGTON Oil 1 : TUESDAY AFTLP.500N November 21. 13T W. M. Mills, at Fredericksburg, V*., is prepared to furnish subscribers to the Star with their pepera early every morning. Per sons wanting the paper will be promptly at tended to by leaving their names and ad dresses with him.' Smith A Forb, No. 150 Broad street, and 194 Main 6treet, Richmond, are agenta for the daily Evening Star, and are prepared to fur nish it early eaoh morning after its issue at their counters, or to subscribers by regular carriers. Cy A. B. Owm, No. 70 High it., Ports mouth, Va., will furnish subscribers to the Evening Star with their paper* regularly every morning after its issue. SPIRIT OF THE MORUIHG PRESS The Inttlltgencer impelled thereto by a disposition to sustain the editor's friend, Judge Hoffman, shows conclusively that Con sul Dillon (French) was a filibuster, engaged in violating the neutrality of this country to eid Boulbon's schemes on Mexico, and there fore that the idea that ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 November 1854

v v niNING STAR LOCAL INTELLIOBNCK. PlOCIIDIlM OV TUB WASHIWOTOW CoTXHCILS. I Lut evening, aeoordlng to outon, the Board of Alderman met ihortly after T p. m., Mr. j Alderman Clark, Vioe President, la the chair Tht Chairman laid before tha Board, the bill from the lower Board, appropriating$l,000 tor tha purpoeeef rebuilding tha bridges aaroes tha Canal at N and L streets south, and pro ?iding that tha Major shall issue proposals for iba said work, Which wis raad twice and j referred to the oommittee on canals. Also, a similar bill, to pay Thomas J. Bar rett $118, a defieienoy in the appropriation for grading A street north, between 1st and 2nd streets east: raad three times and passed. Also, a bill exempting from Corporation taxes, all property used for orphan asylums in Washington city; referred to the oommittee on finance. ? Also, a bill appropriating $300 to purchase 500 feet ofhosefor the Anaooetia Fire Company, and $150 fcr the purchase of 350 feat of hose for tha Columbia fir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 November 1854

EVEN+NO-STAl*. thjfc L1Q3I AT il'mjelv The Light at Horn?i how bright it beams When evening shades around us fall. And from the lattice far it gleams. To love, to rest, and comfort Mil. When tired with the toil* of day. The Btrifl? tor gtory, gow or *kme, , How woven to seek the quiet wny VVhere loving lip* will lisp qui nanw Around th? Light at Home 1 ' 1h When, through the dart and ftormy night, The weary wanderer hon?w?rt hies, How cheering is that twinkling light Which, through the forest glooa, he apiest It is the Light at Home; he fceli That loving heart will greet him there, And softly through his bosom steals The Joy and love that vanish care, Around the Light at Home. The Light at Home! how still and sweet It greets the seamen through the storm, He feels no more the chilling blast That bears upon his manly form. Long years upon the sea have fled, Since Mary *nve her parting kiss. But the sad tears which then she shed, Will now be paid with rapturous bliss, Around the Liget ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 November 1854

THE WEKKLY 8TAR. Hits ueetleel funlly and New?Jaaraal?mM| o| a (FMtei wtegr of tnlrrertlag rudlai tfeaa * fbood la Uf oUter?it pabliabed on BawnUf. mM. COp^< pN UIMi.???????.?<??? M to nraa. fi?f ropN,,,.. - 5 P1 II d** ???? ??? ?? - ? .??????? 9 I ? ? ? ? . ?????? ?????*? I ^ Cam, i?tabi*?l? ia *i?riaca. {&- Single c??pie? (ib ?rai.pcr*? can I* prrn-nrM * thr couMn, upn><<1iawi* alter Ui? mu? ol the ,?apt;r. Pru>*?raut riirrs. PorriAmM who net v w?l! hr n flow* a c?inmiw*n <if twi-ntr p?r cut. THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED IYERY AFTERNOON, (MAOtft RH1UT.) At th$ B*mr Building!, eonur Penrnrylmmm* mvtnn* and Eleventh street, % IT tlLLACH 4k OOPS, Wife ho ?erred to Mtooriben m the cities of Wash ^ AluudrU. Balurnorp and Phila delphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, paya bf? weefcty <o the Agent*. To mail nbacrfbera the aahwrtpboii rice i* THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENT8 a jrear ia mimmm, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONB DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. O^Sihsu ooriai ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 November 1854

? 1 t' N IN ST A 1>. v>TmTingTQN CITY: WKDNE8^Y AFTtRNOON,.November f * *J Of Ciii MORSIHO PBMt: The Umon discredits the idee that Kn w Nothngiftn is wer on Abolitionism, saying: '?If the reader will cast bis eye over t*c, list of Know Nothings in the different Stated be will find that those who are notorious aa its leaders are also notoiions as abolitionist witu ioconside-able exceptions Every men be r of Congress elected by the Know Nithin /a ?xclus.ve ot some anti-Nebraska Demovr*t' >s also pledged to the Abolition plan of cd mi>ting no more si aye States-of a repeal of ^ ,fUi-IV6 S^aT,? Law-and th? restoration l the Missouri Compromise line. It is so in ?Maine. It is so in Massachusetts. It is so in ?ew Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indian?, Illinois, Micb>gan, and Wisconsin. Even in New York, where Sewardiam took ground again81 the Kno 1 Nothings, the Know Noth ings huve not elected a single national man to Congress, but the reverse To strengthen this array of fact...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 November 1854

? N i M SG STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Thr ApProachirg Pint.?The approaching fair of the Metropolitan Mechanics' Institute, 13 most eagerly looked forward to by tbe mass of our fellow citiiena. Their last similar ex hibition waa very successful, being more so than any similar affair ever before got up in a city of the site of ours. On this oooasi in, we hare erery hope tbat in addition to the handicraft of oar own local manufacture!s in all branches of the useful and ornamental arts, there will be even a much larger and more diversified exposition of valuable works from a distanoe than on the oooaaion to which we refer above. It should be reoolleoted by those who make wares suitable to be shown in such a fair, that during the proposed exhibi tion our city will be crowded with persons from all quarters of the Union, of the partic ular class, tog, upon whom it will be worth meh indeed for producers of goods for con sumption every where to make good imprea sions. Our winter sojourners ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 November 1854

[COMCLHDED FRO* FIRST PAOI.] storehouse, and a large naval hospital, which we inspected. The wards are good, but too much crowded : many of ?he arrangements are bad, and the venti lation in sotne j>arts exceedingly defec tive?the effluvia being most offensive. Rut perhaps this is permitted on hygeian principles, seeing that the Russian is so accustomed to foul odors from his birth diat the physiciay may consider a return to a little artificial native air air- highly beneficial after a sea voyage. Sevastopol is not the port of construc tion for ships of war : they are built at Nicholaieu, on the river Bug, as Peters burg is the building place for Cronstadt. Bu here all repairs are done, and stores and materials of war in g?*eat quantity ar? kept in the naval arsenal. In order to make sufficient space for the dock the canal of which leads from the southern extremity of the little port, it was necessary to cut away a portion of the mountain, and on the top of the i-reat perpendicula...

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