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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 February 1852

pVOL. 2--NOIO9. the daily dispatch. /AS A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. ni'Gll H. PbKAHANTH, KdUW» CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. I «cu*ro, 1 insertion #0 501 1 square, 1 month «4 00 1 do i in.orti.rn. 0 751 1 do 2 mon»hs 700 1 A* 3 do 100 I do a do 10 00 \ 7, , 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 i do 2 weeks a 751 I do 1 year 30 00 EST" Communication! are charged at the same wJtTn' advertisement*. Ten lint* or ''•*« m * k * a *l uart i longer ad w **,, ll0 „ts in exact proportion, and payablo-in ad f *r=r Advertisement* !n»erted once a week, twice . i*v ' or throe tiroes * week, will be charged SO lor the iirit insertion, and .17 j cenU lor each TanW notice* Inserted for 25cent*; FuMrS notice# cents; Deaths, without obituary or faneral invitation, 124 cents. , The " Dailt Dispatch" is served to subscriber* at sir and a Quarter eevtt per **ek, payable to the Jtrrier weekly. Trice for mailing, #4 a year in ad- tiik wkkkly dispatch i. ncbilshed every Friday morning and mailed for ovR dollar a yuae. To Clubs,...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. TO A»VKMTI»KK».-Th««irctttartl» Oitbt Dispatch i. th»«« t.wi m tam *athat of my other Daily is the city of Richmond. It u therefore greatly aupertor lo any otter m • Bedium of RICHMOND, TA.i Wrdnraday M«rala|, Fefc'y »4, 185#. MORE ABOUT LOLA, tic. An anonymous female correspondent, to whom we are greatly obliged for her kind wishes, at the same time that we feel flattered •I the high estimate she ia pleased to place upon our humble labors, approves in the main, of the sentiments expressed by us in an article beaded "Cant," which formed the leader of Saturday morning. Yet she thinks that we have mistaken the reasons which induced the larger portion of the play-going ladies to refrain from visiting Lola Montes. It was not, aha fecla assured, the "unenviable notoriety" of that personage. but an invincible repugnance on the part of the ladies of Virginia, to the ballet. We wish we could think so. but (bless our atars!) the largest hou?e ever congregated within the w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 February 1852

THE LATEBT NEWS. news. By the Steumtr CambriA. De lnw we copy from the Northern paper*, r.-eivod l»ft night, fome further intelligence Is the steamer Cerabria, telegrtphed from Halifax : ENGLAND. The British Parliament was opened by the ,»,Un in person on ihc 3d inst. Her Majesty ler speech cays that nil her relations with frticii powers are of the most friendly char- ' r am ] refers to the probable completion of treatv between Germany and Denmark. She , 4 nticntion to the recent outrages in Ireland, ..Ynnim fcs attention to their more effectual "vfre*sion. She also alludes to the satisfacV'jx -tate of'the public revenue, and in con--1 '-ion directs attention to the proposed amendments in the Reform Bill with reference to Parliamentary representation. In the House of Commons Oir lienjamin II II nsked tor an explanation of the causes huh led to Lord Palmeretoo's resignation. *l'ivd John liussel immediately replied that 1 or.V Palmerstoii was refractory, and treated tl'V Queen's ir.te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH KBWHPAPKHi, MAGA2IMBB, NOVELS. *c„ *c, tart received. Boston Maw ain for Febnttfy 1«Il W*r»rl«y Magazine for da. Blir Spangled Banner for do. Arthur'* Home Gaaette for do. Uncle Sam for do. Carpet B*f for do. Florence Sackville, or Self Dependence —price •5 eeo'a. Knickerbocker for February—2s cents. Mo. 9 Putnam'* Semi Monthly Library, being the Whimsicalities of Thomas Hood—price 23 cent*. Spirit of the Time* for February 7. ' Kclectic Magazine for February. Whig Review for do. Together with alarm variety of Comic and Sentimental Valentine*, Fancy Stationery, Song and Toy Book*, School Book*, Ac , always for *ale at THOMAS H. GRESHAM'S, fe 10 Opposite Broad Street Hotel. AKOMATIC BHCIEDAM SCHNAPPS. ThU article i* prepared from tae be*t Barley that can be •elected in Europe, and the essence ol an aromatic Italian berry of acknowledged and exInordinary medicinal properties, and it haa .ong •inee acquired a high reputation in Gravel, Gout and Rheumatism, in obstruc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 February 1852

VOL. 2--N0 110. vuv DAILY DISPATCH. f,a « A. COWARDIN. Proprietor. niAill K. rI.KASVNTS, Krfltor. rA <H TKHMB OF ADVERTISING. , insertion SO 50 | 1 square, 1 month »4 00 \ sqiisrw, a 075 1 do 2 mon'hs 700 1 f V do 100 1 do a do 10 00 1 ' work 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 f »< ek» 2 751 1 do I year 30 00 1 rr Communications are charged at the nm« ■*~ advertisements. liia or Uk* mnkt a 'qunrt; longer adfir IscuienU m exact proportion, and payable In ad i rivertlsements inserted once a week, twire or three time, a wook. will be t har,ed SO ' t the first insertion, and 37j cents tor each notices Inewrted for 25 cents; Fu- » V „ .... .i', . Heaths, without obituary or 124 cent.. , , _ rh. I>uiy Dispatch" is .erred to subscriber. „nan/a I*"'" ct%U per *«*, payable to the ""'r weekly. Trie* for mailing, 84 a year In adthk WEEKLY DISPATCH . v'l-'.hed every Friday morning, and mailed »!r Vnk dollar (VIU. To CtVBS, for *5 sixcoIjl, fer&n> thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rjr TO ADVKKTirtKitW.—Theclrculatlon ofttw Dmfatch U thui tims M l»r« u that Of HT other Daily paper i« the city of Richmond. It U thereto re greatly »up«rior to any other M • mediam of ailTertiaiag. RICHMOND, VA.t Wednesday Morning, Fefc'y 25, IB.M. FREE BANKING. We see in our exchanges, notices of bills in the Virginia Legislature for the establishment of "Free Banks." The term is erroneous.— We do not know whether the press here has employed it or not. The Legislature itself used it at a former session, with regard to several Banks incorporated by speeial act*, with some of the features of the Free lianking System of New York—such for instance as the circulation based upon pledges of Slate Stock. The term " Free Banks" is misapplied, however, when reference is made to these special corporation*. A system of Free Banking must be cne open to all who are prepared to comply with the conditions of the law establishing it. This is the case in New York. Certain princ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 February 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. CONGRESS. In the Senate, Mondav, after the presentation of various petitions, resolutions were adopted calling «P<>n «be Secretary of War for information in relation to the amount of pay received bv officers of the army tor double rations and for services under brevet commit- ' iot , over thai ot pav of the line. And, alter ?o tne other business of no especial importance, the Senate adjourned. The House did not sit Monday, having adjourned over till I needa*. u r Wchftcr's Address before the A>r I'orAHistorieal Society. New York. Feb. 23. —Niblo's saloon was crowded to-night with a brilliant audience of 1- : osanil gentlemen to listen to Mr. Webster's speech before the Ht«torical Society. Hedi. I'ted at length upon the ancient history of (ireece and Rome, which had been handed V.wn to us. «nd pointed out the causes which liail led 10 ,!,c dccline and tall ot' these two neat republics. lie divided the latter portion of his address ~,,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH A KOHAWck or Kkal Lite.—A Constantinople correspondent of the London Herald write* under date of the sth: " We have now a most curioue 'affair here, which may greatly embarrass the Porte, and which does the Turks much injury in the eye* of Europe. A young handsome Turk, a sougoldgi (waterman,) in the service of the Sultan, being the neighbor of an Armenian girl, falls in love with her, and invite* her to turn Turk, and become his wife. She refuses. — The lover then offers jewels and a round sum of money, if she will comply with his request. Thi* tempting offer, after a world of negotiation*, was accepted, and their conjugal felicity wa* undisturbed for fully six months, when, owing to the earnest representations of the parents, she left her home, and sought refuge in the Armenian hospital, situate at Kazlichesme, towards the Seven Towers, where he adjured the Mussulman faith, and returned to Christianity. The husband, who it appears, is greatly attached to his wif...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 February 1852

VOL 2—NO 111. THE DAII,Y DISPATCH. TasT"a. COWAKDIN. Proprietor. Hl tJtl u. PLEASANTS, Editor. TKKMS OF ADVERTISING. I .man, 1 insertion $0 50 I 1 square, 11 month *4 00 1 0 1 do 2 months 700 J do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 fc 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 } do 2 weeks 275 i 1 do 1 year 30 00 tW" Communications are charged at the tame r,f M advertisements. rS"* Ti'i or I'-"* a tqvnre; longer ad in exact proportion, and payable in ad"r-, advertisements Inserted once a week,twice ~ !i. or three times a week, will be charged SO Je-ts '• tbe lui6oltlon i an< * cents tor each Maniago notices inserted for 25 cents; Fucents: Deaths, without obituary or Janerai nvitation, 12j cents. The " Daily Dispatch" is served to subscribers at (tit and * quarter centt per teeek, payable to the jtrrier weekly, rrice for mailing, §4 a year in ad- THE WEEKLY DISPATCH 1a oubiisbcd every Friday morning, and mailed for ONK DOLLAR a'ykab. I'o Clubs, for $5 sixcopies for $10 thirteen copies; for $15 twenty copies ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 February 1852

THJj, PAIL* mafATCH. rjPTU AI) V KKTlNEJtH.—Thecireulstloß of the Dispatch i« thik timks m large aa that of any other Daily paper ia the city of Richmond. It Is therefore jreatly superior to any other aa • allium if .dvertiatag. RICHMOND, VA.i Th«rwrfi»r Moralng, February U6, 1853. KOSSUTH. Most ot our readers are getting very tired of Kossuth, and every thing connected with htm, and really we do not feel disposed to find fault with them. We have given them aa little thereupon as we possibly could, for, to confess the truth, we had, ourselves, become a little sick of the subject, long before we received a hint from our subscribing friends. \\ hat we did give, the circumstances of the times rendered quite unavoidable. We shall in future, aay as little about him as we have for the last two weeks, unless some new phase of folly should imperatively call for a fresh supply of notices. We confess that we begin to hope that there is no probability of any such conjuncture; for believers as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 February 1852

"the" latest news. wCvVEBSTER'S great speech. Mr. Webster closed hit speech in New York before ihc Historical Society by some strong explosion* of sentiment with regard to the union ami ihe possibility of a struggle in conjiineiion with England for consittutional Liberty: For himself he avowed his willingness, and his purpose, to co-operate fully and entirely with nil who are willing to combine for the support of the Constitution and for the maintenance of the I "nion. There were those »ho •houeht that, if (his Union should be destroyed another would be formed. He no more bolioved it, than he believed another solar system would he formed if the power of gravitation should he destroyed. At such a time as the present, evcrv man should distinctly define his position. He should wear, written upon his forehead, in letters that all the world might reai i what he i< for, and what he is against.— IMr.W. spoke also of the growing power of this I nion, and of the possibility that w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH C'srrMpsadnee of tks Dbpatek. TvtntySecond (\irbr<*<o*—ConfTt*iU>n»l Banquet—Political Matter*, Ift. , Wasmihoton, Feb. 23. In thii city, there la a general observance ef tM« day u a holy day. One or more of the Executive departments are closed, and the military, despite the muddy streets, mada quite an imposing display this morning. The observed of. all observers were the " Continental Guards," a company recently organized They mustered about sixty muskets, and made a most creditable appearance. To-night the company will give a ball at Carusi's Saloon, which will be honored with the presence of the Execu- tive. The Congressional Banquet, at Willard s Hotel, on Saturday night, is said to have been a most spirited affair. The speeches on the cccssion, which are published in this morning's Republic. give every assurance that there is yet a latent spark of patriotism alive in the breasts of our people, whhh needs but a breath to be fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 February 1852

VOL. 2—NO 112. , H|.f DAILY DISPATCH. r f AS A COWARDIN, Proprietor. ar< ;il K. I'I.KASAISTS, Editor. CA f"Jrtion M tO 50 I 1 month 84 00 iTrsrts 1 ! t rrv.a ! « 13|1 % »S 1 r&" Communications are charged at the lame _r.F«« advertisement*. r4r Te* or l->* «"«*« a > I tar * ; long" * dmonts in exact proportion, and payable in ad- . 1,-rrtisement* inserted onee a week, twice tthree time, a week, will be <h«r,ed SO for the tirst insertion, and S7i cent* tor each Mar riage BOtiOM Inserted for 25 cent*; Furfn >tice» conts; IV " th8 > without obituary or fcnsra! mviUtion, 12J cent*. Tfc?- I)AiLV Dispatch" is serred to subscribers *avda quarter cevu per week, payable to the JjrJter weekly. Price for mailing, 64 a year in ad- THE WEEKI.Y DISPATCH I. rmbiished every Friday morning, and mailed for osk dollab a vkab. To Clubs, tor 85 sixcooies for $10 thirteen copie*; for $15 twenty copie, | for $00 twenty-seven copi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ty TO ADVERTlSEßS.—TheairculatJon Of the Dispatch ia these timks as larce as that of any other Dally paper in the city of Richmond. It is therefore greatly superior to any other as a medium of advertiaiiig. RICHMOND, VA.i Friday Xtaraing, FebrMary a*, 1854. THE LETTERS OF JUNIUS. The enquiry into the authorship of these celebrated productions appears to be literully inexhaustible. It has already exercised the ingenuity of more learned men than ever brought their sagacity to bear upon any enigma since the days of (Edipus, and it seems to have approached not one foot towards a solution. Not a single name has yet been mentioned that did not appear to be associated with so manv coincidences and probabilities, as to amount to a certainty, at least until some stronger candidate was brought upon the field. The claim set up by the North British Review for Laughlin McLean, appeared to us to be strongly supported, and we should have yielded to it our implicit faith, had we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 February 1852

the LATEST news. THE GAINES LAW SUIT. Xl,ft Washington Correspondent of the Journal of Commerce aays : Mrd Gainea, it i* believed, bus probably lout . c ,e„t Uw suit. For many years she has n.irsued, »ith great perseverance, her claims as L-iress of the estate of Daniel Clarke, her fath.,,—rui estate which, though plundered alter hi«*death. is now said to amount to near ten n i'||ions in \nlue. The evidence given 111 the t Vuri below, went very strongly to prove that ">1, c Giinc's mother was never legally mar- . o iV> Daniel Clarke, and it is probable that, tinen that evidence, the Supreme Court has (VMiosed the decree of the Court below. It is sai'l ihat Justice Catron will deliver the opinof (he Court in ilw case. \vn York Mo.nev Market, Wednesday, F X. •<!.">.—The Canada took out to day about iiM.iVO in specie, of which $150,000 was in s.lver. Foreign Exchange closed steadily at * ,s'ii.TatioHs ; principal business in bills on l.ondou ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. RICHMOND MARKETS. 9Wr fJU r«i ending Tkur*dmy Evening, Fib. 26 [CABKrVLLT COUKCTXD.] * BACON lain good demand. Virginia cured, hog round, 10| eta; prime Western and Baltimore Bides 10 centa; Shoulders 91; Hams 10J to Hi BUTTER—Firkin 10 a 1« cts. per lb. Fresh Roll SO a 25 cts. Goshen, in kegs, 13 to 19 cts. BEESWAX—22 a 23 cts. per lb.—with small receipts no change. COTTON AND COTTON YARNS.—The trsde In Cotton here is limited. The quotations are 7} a 81 cts. Cotton Yarns 17 cts per lb. COFFEE-A considerable advance h»« taken place in th's article, and the tendency i« still up wad. Old Java 11} to 12*; Laguayra 9* to 9), and sesree; Rio 9* to 10 cts ; Cape Hi a 9 cts; Manilla 12*. „ „ ... CANDLES—TaIIow 10* a 11* ; Hull s patent 13; Sperm 43 a 45, Adamantine 22* a 27*. Jackson's patent 12*. , , COAL—IO cents on bosrd for good mixed, fine •nd lump; Bto 9 cents for blacksmith's coal. CORN—6O to 62* cents per bushel ol 56 lbs. for old and new. ... CORN ME...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 February 1852

VOL. 2—NO 113. DISPATCH. "TacTa. COWARDIN, Proprietor. PLEASANTS, Editor. fA«H TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ! •» do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 5 1 1-V I--k l 751 1 do 6 do 18 00 I ft IZX* 2 75! 1 do ly«r JO 00 tW" CommuaicatiiMare charged at the same ■«£«■>* advertisements. , » *-"3f Til Or.?* or in** m»kt a square f longer »d w*-'Jruu iu esact proportion, and payable in adAdvertisements Inserted once a week, twice ,E A r [h,v lime, a «««k. will V 10 tor the s'.rst insertion, and 37 j cento lor each ""rSr'Marriairenotice# inserted for2scento; FuV$ tents, Deaths, without obituary or l *sv 1 « D*«tT served to •uhacrlbara - ttr and a ««MW<«r crate per vrtk payable to ihe MrriT-r sen* Price for mailing $4 ayearin adfanoo- THE weekly dispatch f. nnhiished every Friday morning, and mailed IoIOW MILA* a vkab. h-0 0.C85 for $5 Six coOils forSiO thirteen copies; for 815 twenty copies; for %'2Q twenty-seven copies. Kit STOVF WOKKS. TIIKSK works are i jcatcd•" in the aumeciatrt vicinit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCHI .y ru ADVKUTlHßKS.—Theelrculatton of the DurATCH U THMB Tm*«M that of any other Daily p«p«r i* the city of Richmond, tt 1* therefor* greatly superior to any other as a ■tedium of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.i Saturday Morning, February 28, 18M. THE NEW MAIL SCHEDULE. On Monday, the New Mail Schedule, which gives us two mails a day from the North, and two from the South, goes into operation. It constitutes an epoch in the progressive movement of the age. Merchants, publishers and letter-writers, tradesmen and fuctois, in short, everybody who design to keep up with the spirit of the times, will have to stir their stumps a little more briskly, to conform to this new regulation. Looking upon every jacility to public intercourse and commerce as an improvement, wc hail this new arrangement with satisfaction. Below, we give, what is for the present, the table of the arrivals, and the closing of these two great Mails at the Richmond Po9t Office. NORTHERN MAIL. Due daily at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 February 1852

the latest news. FOREIGN NKWS. (BV THE ATLANTIC.) Fjgi on.—Lord John Russell introduced h> i'Hiiiamentarv Reform Bill iuto the House „f Commons on Monday. The leading fcalures are as follows: A reduction of the Countv and Borough franchise. In Ireland the Countv representation is unaltered, but that ol the Boroughs reduced. The establishment of a new mass of voters, consisting of c „ pay 4(»s of the direct taxes. The aboii*hment of the oath of supremacy, as repucnant to Roman Catholics and Dissenters, ! ','7 ~ . bsfifution of a form of oath (or Jew s arl'i "others, which is hut a simple oath of al-le'-iance to the throne. Y i,i Joiin's speech was followed by an nni- •, i .ebate. The omission of the vote by b ;'ii; in the bill was compla'n *<1 of by Hume Bci-keie* and other members. IV,o expulsion of certain Missionaries of the r r , v tc n toh of Scotland bv the Austria!) Consul at Tru'ste was referred to, and the inquiry i, ,ile wh=-iher slips had been taken t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 February 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH | . * A VILLAGE SWEPT AWAY. Off* Hohdrkd Persons Musing.—The heavy rains which fell on Tuesday and Wednesday last have produced a most alarming destruction of life and property in Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cheshire and Derbyshire. One truly awful calamity has occurred st the village of llolmfirtb, near Huddersfield, by the overflow of a reservoir used for supplying the wollen mills and a number of the dwellings in the neighborhood with water, land known as the Holme Reservoir. On Thursday morning, about one o'clock, it burst with a tremendous foar, and water rushed down the valley with terrific force, carrving away an immense mill, built of stone, with all its beavy machinery, &c., several out buildings, two rows of new buildings at Holmfirth, and part of the village Of Hinchliffe Mills. Nearly all the inhabitants were asleep at the time, and were swept to a considerable distance, a number of bodies having been taken from the river 15 miles from the spot....

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