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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 16 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH ' my MOTHERS grave. IT J AMIS AIDMCH. la t-«aatr linger. on the hill. Tm death-Moil* of the dying 4*7: And twilight in my heart mitiU The aottaea. of it» ro *7. r *J» I watch the river*. peaceful now, Here, .landing by mj motbsr'a grave, And tee 1 try dream. at glory go, Like weed* upon iu eluggith were. God giva u. miai.ter. of love. Which we regard aot, being near; D »»th takea th«m trom a., then we tee. That angol. have been with u« here! A* mutter, »i»ter. friend or wife. They guide u», eheer u», toethe our P*'" ; Aad, when the grave ba« c:oaed Oar heartiand their*, we lore—in va'n Would, Mother! Thou could «t hear me tell How oft, ajnidl my brief career. For «ir« and fjilie. lered too we , ~ Hath taiion the free rt^ataatrear And, in the wajwardneM ot youtft How better thought, have ff ven to me Contempt lor error. W 'or 'Mid sweet remembrance. ol thee. 1 he harret; of my youth U done, And manhood. com* with ailtU care., Find*, garnered up within my heart, For...

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. — 17 March 1853

VOL. 3—NO 129 JA3. A- COWARPIN, Proprietor. gjGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. — v v KK!-«IIKKKV pkctokal, ro» the era* or r viHS, WHOOPING COUGH loins, CROUP. "* ASTHMA snd RKONCUM'IS. CONSUMPTION rt» rriiK a coi.n. with it' ' i hvadachi! and soreness of the V* *1 BODY. take the CHERRY PECTORAL ) " * 1 on goinjt to bed, and wrap up warm to iweal L A !-.:)* the night II) t-«i j. ,»r a cold and cough, take it morning r Ij -A,,,,, ~ g !U i evening, according to direction* and the difficulty will noon be removed. - w lone sutler from this trouble when tHey hod , " 0 . »,-• rt-adily cured. Persons afflicted with a j La,vj cough. which break* them >.€tneir rest at night, tad by taa-.ng vi.o Cherry Pectoral on going to , msv r... sure of sound, unbroken sleep, and e]»i»<nw>ntlv r-tre*htnf rest. Great relief from sutfav an ultimste core i* afforded to thousands who Js'tb'ns afflicted, hv tii* lnvalttabigsten.sdy From la.J' -ible effect tn thewrenses. many hod thamse'ves nnwiiiing to foreg...

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. — 17 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ry ibp circulation of the Dally M»paieh ex ceefi considerably tfaat of ait the DsHy papers of Riehmood combined. iRICHMOWP . VA.I Tkiraday Msralaf, .March IT, 1543- "ENGLISH ITEMS "-BY MATT. F. WARD. This is the title of a work which we have received from Messrs. Nash Woo ouse, and which we take espial C «"T mending to the reader. The wnter deals with England, Englishmen, Eogb.b soc.e.y, and English manners, in a style somewhat umque, considering the fineness wrh which we have submitted to the assaults of the low-bred En glish upstarts, who have traveled among us, and who appear, all, to think that having been once released from the degrading subjection in which they are kept at home by the all powerful influence of class, they are at liberty tosav and do what they please among us. We have always noticed from our childhood that the boys who complain mwt of the fare e{ boarding-schools —the men who find most fault at hotels—the travelers who are hardest to sa tisf...

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. — 17 March 1853

•""the latest news. ck the uncle sam. More (<old —Immense Amount of Gold on ike Way—decline in Breadstuff*. \k« \ okk, March 15.—The steamer Uncle Sa;fi arrived here last night from Aspinwall > e lyings one hundred passengers, and dates , m Francisco to the 15ih uil. She has or hoard over $300,000 in gojdl There was about four millions of dollars , r she way from San Francisco to New ' V ie steamer Sierra Nevada had arrived at I'ar.ama. Her Captain (Wilson,/ and first • Kte died on the voyage from New York, /'lie accounts from the mining regions are , hlv favorable, and a large amount of gold jas being obtained. The rainy season was over, leaves delightful weather. j'iic steamer John L. Stevens had airived at Panama. Later advices have been received from the <rcJ»i :i Islands, but they ate uninterest- ng. business in San t rane.isco and all the prin c pal tewne wa< active and very promising. 1 ,\t- damage by the recent freshets is much Vf« iiian »a»«t first apprehended. ...

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. — 17 March 1853

fHK l") AIL If DISPATCH A ItICH LEGISLATE E PAPER. i|K, MKRRIM.II* s RKPORT. Ou, Southern friend. (.ays «>"» N«Uo«»I In tdligencer; seem to b» aware o f tb«> (act that an ;„d c.» sometimes be •« more waJ n than the direct one. a* >» tll"«"««j j>y the instance we now pnblish. tare of Texas, the proposition to which tin fol lowing report refer. effectually put at re, b7 the Uncreated by .hi**. d csprzt,and ,/.t anvot our reader, ahould. from .t. extrav., ..ance.be led to doubt in authentic,«y, we state to them that is exceed from the 427 th nage of the Laws and Journals of the Leg.sla Jure of Tex..-, of ** «•«"»• , Mr Metriman maJe the fo.low mg.report: To the President of the Senate: The judiciary committee to whom was re ferred in- resolution requiring said committee to inve»tiC#' e « he e *P of repealing all fans for the collection of debts hereufter con tracted in thin State, and to report the result of their investigation to the Senate, have bad the same under conside...

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. — 18 March 1853

c VqU B—NO 130 ri3 A. CQWARDIN, Proprietor. rJGI | r. PLEA 3 A NTS. Editor. - . • , CHBRKI i'KCTOKAL, ' yoa THK CrBR OF _ T WHOOPING COUGB COV'-" CROUP. COlf, v „ w « ASTHMA *n<l T H ' CONSUMPTION p 1 > to crwK a coin, with! f; viAn \HR ANl> SORENESS OF THE | t? A BOPV t«..iw t'HEHRY PECTORAL )} J soi-i; to b<vl.sndwT*p up w arm to sweat / * .*,-*» - nc ;h.' night > # i£ "fVr a old a'" l morning j t is. n \;vi evening, *.--'»rding to directions I w joxi the a IV.-i.iv w» aoooi be mnoved I <* ' ■ . ; TO tVr from this I rouble when they find j w ' "C"« -i.iiiy cursd Pfrwrai a*h\M«t with a ; which breaks th 'ia 4'tfieirrest atnight, J jvr"».«V.: £ the Cherry Pectoral on getng to "" "i n,v vof *ooiw. onbrokensleep. and i .ntri-»; Great relief from sniffer- } j... ,»-.re is afforded to thousands wbe : »"■ f ,fA .. J > !h:*i«vah»*Wjwm*dy -j, i- p!! v? 10 many find j »:;iin{to tbr*go t» use when thenece*. | ;jrithnceaaei (vm'wo eminent physician* to Kivt TTt ai !.!, Tk...

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. — 18 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ■s ~„„ution of the D«"jr ** Of ou a. Drifr f*o» of Richmond oo«btoe«- — &If * H O P ♦ Friday 18 « >593, THE OFFICE HUNTERS Once every tour years, a scene, the very op hite of that whicb Gee"'"* l four thousand veers ago on the plains of Shinar, is presented |0 ,he admiring contemplation of those oum.de barbarians who do not form a portion <>f th« t-eat Republic. From the pla.n. of »■>■», ueon the first confusion of tongues, the inhabi tants of the earth scattered in all directions to its remotest corners. Once every four years the inhabitants of therepubl.c assemble from all quarters of it, and concentrate upon \\ ash ineton The unfortunate men of Bnbel found their mother tongue so utterly annihilated that BO two of them could understand each other, end as there were no teachers of languages and no polyglott dictionaries, in those days, they must have been sadly at a loss. The more l jcky men of the Union speak a language which all can understand,...

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. — 18 March 1853

tjTK latest news. V. S. SENATE. Tv, Wednesday passed a resolution .»p,l lo the election of Secretary, Ser w sJt.arrac, and Doorkeeper jesterday at F 'clock: «" rf lhen resumed the conaidera /the resolution callin* on the President : ' loi'fnin papers connected with the Clayton !or , H U |*er treaty. Messrs. Douglas, B.itler, l l"' v*,«vt«» n took part in the debate. Xominati*** for Offices. u iK t!«GTo!«, March 16.—Tbe follow ing are " nominations sent in yesterday: "..ft Wet stor, Surveyor at Boston; Hen. '' \'i,• »cr. appraiser at Boston; Jacob Car '• y^. ti ;sii|er at Concord, New Hampshire; >i ' O-horo, Collector at New Haven; G. Collector at Vienna, Maryland. > .Vi' 15• Campbell, of Texas, Coratni"* ; ron Mexican Boundary; James L. - lli -c.vcr at Chicago; N. G. Dale, Re -at Eds'ardsville, Illinois; George E. i, i> ;r;ct iHornev, Michigan; Baldwin, . ,r r { K v We-t; Fernando Moreno, y. . \r l iot -la; George S. Hawkins, Col r at Apslachicola. 1 f Haves, Attorney fur I...

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. — 18 March 1853

THF DAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. RICHMOND MARKETS. Wm »*« ■«** ending TkurtdJi Mttntng, March 17. . CAAKrVLLT COaUKCTXD.j BACON—V irginia cured, hog round, bring* 9} to 101 eta; old Western and Baltimore Side* "i toB oenta; B'H.aMer* i} toM eta; new Sld»* 9t to 9Jt ct«. Uaut* 12 Xto 13 eta; naw Shoulder* Si to 3* cent*. BUTTER *m ia fair supply Firkin 19 to 20 cents per In.; tres-h Roll 23 ■ Goshen 20 t025 cent*. BEESWAX—32 a 23 cts. per lb.—w.th »maU re- COTTON YARNS.—The trade to Colt u. here is limits 1. The quotation* are t to lOst*. Cottoo Yarns io ct* per lb. COFFEE—OId Java to 12; '}? 1C i , Stio nto 10 cts; Cap- St * » c "r M *, 'A* CANDLES—TaIIow 12} a 13; Hall s P"''," 114 .' •perm 34 a 36, Adania;iane 25 a 31. Jsi-k»on« 4 _, 0 -'.l C euts on board for good mix edffaiW 9toll cents tor blacksmun'. •oal. CORN—6O to 62} cents. ... JCmV mkaL—7o to 75 cents per bushel. j. ix)uß—dalea of Richmond superfine at $4 87} * FLAXSK ED —In demand at Si 25 per bushel. FEATlliinS —Live gees...

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. — 19 March 1853

VOL. B—NO 181 IAS. A- COWARDIN, Proprietor, HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. — ( HKUKV I'MI'TORAIi, FOB THS CPRR OF WHOOPING COUGH Vw CROUP, * ',4kVv-'S ■•!»!*, ASTHMA nn.l v ~\ri•.!•:?, CONSUMPTION b -. ' r<> trk a coi.n. with , f ' HF \PACHE AND SORENESS OK THE AL ROi,v - , * k '" the eHKRRY PECTORAL _/> * f cnt> :,gtob*d,andwrapuf warmtoswaai L j "ifiii. v.g the mght • • w3 For a cold and cough, take ft morn in*, » -,r<vr. itnri fvctiin*, to direction* tse and the difficulty will goon be removed. . !. „• j; »uSer from this trouble when they find T. n (>,, r xdily cured. Perams afflicted with a <css"% w nch breaks them vftheirrest at night, w . d, bv isk'.ug the Cliarrv Pectoral on foinjt to i i; v nuv , sure of sound. unbroken sleep, and or -ien'.iv ■ '"*e«hvntrest. Great relief from sutfer iojj and a- « ' •mste cure is aSorded to thousands who ar> tiius atHictrd, by this invaluabiagemedy From ■•,!.«« "• effect in many find tfc?m*e:ves urv-ingto forego it* use w...

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. — 19 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Richmond RICHIWOWP . TA.» cwriar Marriaf. March THE NEGRO QUESTION in *u.*OPE. trom the press >n all quar ,ar,oo. Theophlle G . u ,ier,a le "' r ?■ he 'arisian press, ofgreat eminence Wn "' f i from the original French, and W ,® Zl "- We take the opportunity to ex- P r entire dissent from the speculations The African race, so far as they f «'had an opportunity, in this country at elst have proved themselves susceptible of a high'degree of civilisation. There are thou sands, and tens of thousands among them, with out a particle of white blood in their veins, who are intelligent men, susceptible of mental and moral cultivation, in a degree almost as great •a the whites themselves. In this respect they differ widely from the children of Shem, the wild Indian, found upon the soil, all attempts to civilize whom have utterly failed. To class such a race with the inferior animals of crea tion, is, therefore, evidently unphilosophical ; and it the intelligent colored ...

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. — 19 March 1853

"thelXtest news. _^ c of Washington last night s. SENATE-EXTRa session. The Senate, Thursday, postponed until Mon 4SV next tbe consideration of the subject of f'efiirai American affairs, and adopted one of .he iwo resolutions submitted by Mr. Clayton calling upon the President fur information con nected therewith. A«burv Dickins was elected Secretary of ■: 5 f Senate, Dunning It. McNair Sergearu at •Vrm® ('" t 1 "" P' ace "f Robert Bealejand Isaac Holland Assistant Doorkeeper. 4f:eran Executive session, an adjournment took pi are until Monday. Jhe GiKPiKKR Tkial—The Gardiner tri t was resumed in Washington on Wednesday. Noah E. Suiit'i was sworn, and testified as fol lows : Resided the city of Mexico from 1831 or until ISiS. Saw Dr. Gardiner there frota IM* to IM4: knew- him as a dentist: appeared «f il and made a good living by his profession. Conversed with him in 184-1, just t-' he left. Gardiner said he whs going into :ne interior to practice dentistry—could do better there, as ...

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. — 19 March 1853

THE daily dispatch tiii bostok post's last. n Logic.—"Brudder Bones, can you telfro* J" diS£enc« twene dieing and dieting?" •»Wby» °b course 1 can, Lemuel. W hen you AVi /oH lib on noftin. aad when you dm you bS «#««o lib on.'* "Weill dais d.fferen. from what I tort it wus. I tort .t wua a ri.ee ■twene de doctnrin stuff and starvation, to see which wood Kill fust." A Los*. —"Why don't you your bov to •chool?" asked a neighbor ofMrlN.,or Old town "What's the use on I. eh? returned lh*'uif il* old chap. "I *»« my first boy a rood edication. and as noon as he got il he died, •ndso that 'ere ».a time and money thrown •way!" Tt is but a short time since we heard a queer mam lamenting the death of his two eons ♦•lWO Stout, hearty byees, said he, and died just afore hay time— iteeneymoat ond.d roe." Why has a ahoemaker tnore reason to I • Proud of his occupaiionjihan any other raor tal 7 Because he has Bishop Berkley a authori ty for saving that "Timet noblest offspring it the last'." A Pa...

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. — 22 March 1853

VOL. B—NO 183 jAS- A. CQWAR3IN. Proprietor, R. PLEASANTS. Editor. =~.\ KK >THKKKV PKCTORAL, FlB THIS eras OF , -vii WHOOPING COUGH CROI'P. i ASTHMA and ■ iVINCUTis. CONSUMPTION B TO OFRK A I rtl.D, WITH .f * Hr \PACHF. AND SORENESS OF THE ttV/t BODY. «*»"> the CHERRY PECTORAL lj * ) e , ..j to bed, and wrap up warm to sweat C t """"Triu.'.ni tjie msfct ■ Mi K<; a cold and coufth. take it morning < -*verr. a::d evening, according to direction* • "*bc-t:> and the difficulty will soon be removed, c W .,l[ i,,ns f!)«er from this trouble when they find *" ;• „be •••idily cared. Persons afflicted with a ' ': c w. :ch breaks them iif ttieirreet at night, -'si. ■ ttkir.g the Cherry Pectoral on going to * >v mav le sure of sound, unbroken sleep, and * V-'teshtog rest. Great relief from sulfer '/'an Tiit.mate core is afforded to thousands who f aSicttd. hv thia invahiaWwwnedy •v ~-r.- .Vie effect in tbesftta*.-*, ndany find j ve« unwilling to forego iti asa » hen the nece*- ...

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. — 22 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. " 7 The circa).*,. of the «e3a considerably thai of all Utf Vmj papers of Richmond combined L " RICHMOND . VA.' Tae«day «»"!■«. March 92.1533. WESTERN EXTENSION oTTHE DANVILLE RAILROAD. We find in the Danville Republican a letter of ex-Governor Floyd upon thia subject, wh.cb we shall lay before our readers to-morrow. The great advantage, to Virginia, of an exten ■ion of the Danville road to the mount a.ns and beyond, is stated and maintained with a clear ness 6ad strength of argument which it is im possible either to overlook or to confute. The tendency of the entire railroad system having for its object the connection between the great valleys of ihe .Mississippi and Ohio, and the Athntic, is to create for Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, a monopo ly of their products. Of this any man who will take the trouble to cast his eyes over a map of the United States, will be at once con vinced. That this " sapping and mining pro cess," as it is very properl...

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. — 22 March 1853

the latest news. THE GARDINER TRIAL. S&turJay, Captain Walter and Mr. Bowera w ei? both recalled and gave further testimony. p w erc enlighiened the court as to distnuces, localities. modea of traveling:, &.c.—met Gardi rfr 8t Maiatlsn in '46. Gardiner spoke of ■Mingju*' returned from the Gull'of Califor -1 a—sod mentioned a scheme for going into the coasting trade—buying goods in South America and selling them to the Mexicans.— Gardiner spoke Spanish accurately. Was f tked if he, Gardiner, was not afraid to remain - Vf*ico as a war was about breaking out be •*een America and Mexico: replied that he „ ss pot, as he could pa«s for a Mexican, speak . - •fpani'b as well as he did. Win. A«g«« and Bercj. E. Green testified to rsv ns seen Gardiner in Mexico from '4'.} to' 44 _ he had no employment but dentistry. Asked Green for letters to American Naval {>■ :<rs i;> the Pacific w hen about leaving.— T n » r jseculion finished the first branch of ji, : r testimony ntid the...

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. — 22 March 1853

THF DAILY DISPATCH THE WATER CURE. AnE.ropean correepondent of the Louis ville »Kj.) Time*, speaking of the water-cure baths of Lenk.Swiizerland, give* the follow in* account of them and the m»dmt opermndi of bathing : "The patienta, after somew hat inuring them ■elves to the temperature of the water, some times remain in tour hours before breakfast, «nd as manv afier dinner. The usual -curen •ime" is about three weeks. Along the par titions dividing ihe hatha, runs aalight g«Hery, imn wUteh «n« one is admitted,either to look or io.vSfw'th the bathers below. The stran .er wilt he amazed, on entering, to perceive a {roup of twelve or fifteen h-adsemergiog from the water,on the surface of which floats wooden tables', holding coffee cups, books, and other aids <o enable the bather* to pass their time pleasantly. 1 he pat.ents-a motley companv of ail ages, both sexes, and various rank»- delicate young ladies, burly fnara, in valid oflWrs and ancient dames—are ranged around the sides ...

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. — 23 March 1853

"VOL. 3--N0 134 A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, == ~j\ Vhß> (IIKKRV PECTORAL, J'OB TKK crag OF rotV.HS, WHOOPING COUGH COLD*. CROUP. HcHKSENKSS, ASTHMA anil R HON CHITIS, CONSUMPTION TO crRK A CBI,n, WITH I y -Hr * I)ACHE AND SORENESS OK THE BOi>Y. take the CHERRY PECTORAL J f «. j on going to bed. and wrap up warm to sweat 4 A "jfdu-.ng lh« night. ' " e. i Kcr a cold and cough, take It morning, and evening, according to directions Ottlaebottie. and the difficulty will soon be removed. Hor.c » .11 lung mfferfrom this tronble when they tind It mo be so -fsciily cured. Person* afflicted with a cough, which breaks them if their rest at night, -wv.: i nd. by taking the Cherry Pectoral on going to b,..-, v may be sure of sound, unbroken sleep, and c. w .»-,jaer.:iv "r~ freshing rest. Great relief from sutler so#. a - : " 'mate cure is afforded to thousands who art.'tUus afflicted, bv thisin vahl abmed y From ii« s«reeable effect to the«3!»iaes, many find th.-ov-'ivrs ui...

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. — 23 March 1853

THE rtAiT.v DISPATCH. Richmond nombtP«J mCH !*»Q N P » T A.* === TO CORRESPONDENTS. To our very kind friend at Kerfolk county, we tender our thanks for hi Sorts in behalf of the Weekly DUj«d|; we may be able to do .omeihmg tor him in return. u It , RO Lunenburg To our friend at Hal*tsbcrg « county, we very much obl.ged foir h.. ImJ favor with a club and the money. many friends in Lunenburg, we art> phased to know, and ahall always be pleased to seethe li«t enlarging. w.im.r. The fi.st letter of our friend in Wilmikc ton Fluvanna county, was not correctly un derstood. We regret, however, that the pa pers were not sent promptly. His last puts all straight, and we shall now send the papers regularly. We thauk our friend for his kind attentions to the interests of the Weekly Dis patch, and trust that it may never fail a jot from his kind recommendations. To our friends at Moorefield, Hardy county, and Franklin, Pendleton county, we feel greatly obliged. They have done for the Dispatc...

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. — 23 March 1853

the latest news. e =f r |7sE!SATE~SPECIAL SESSION. March 21 —There was a great . in the gslleries this morning to hear ij 1 t>erpit, including many ladies. u r Everett sddressed the Senate on the i, P ct of Central American aflairs. He msde „ 0 «t graceful introduction, alluding to his 8 Action with the government as Secretary f ?,li ia t«. and the correspondence he had, as 0 .t, upon Central Ameriian affairs. He like f le alludtd most gracefully to his recent en Z '«ce into the Senate of the United States.— : 't e notice taken of his action by Mr. Doug. ,« m his recent speech, he considered a high .vinvnt. I'rVtC'in-g then more to his subject, he e*. * tf( j (()•» opinion thet the treaty made hy L,-»sr«' Clayton and Bulwer, wns the best - '-r that could be done under existing cir '^!3nces. He spoke ol the disposition of to remove the causes of dispute be offn us. an'! he said he had no doubt that, on -fr representation, the Government of ,-est Britain would disavow the erection ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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