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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 April 1866

t THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY", APRIL 18, 186G. GREAT SALE OF PAINTINGS. Tliendmirers of Ibe Floe Arts will be gratified o know that tho second large ealo of Paintings by AI-. A. 8. Robinson, No. 610 ( hesnnt St., commences tlili evening, at 7 V M. The sale will bo conducted by I). Scott, Jr., wbo It to well known is an auctioneer that It is scarcely nocossary to say a word In his praise. Mr. Scott has entered Into the bus-noss of selling works of high art with spirit and emrgy His efforts in this direction ara tending towards an intelligent appriciation ot the higher styles of ' fart, and II his a!os are continued, will doubtless eventu ate in much good. tor. Robinson's catalogue embraces one hundred and eighty-one pictures Irom tho easels of the b?nt Dative and loroign artists It Is. observable that most of tho pie' urcs on exhibition are of small stzo, which in our opinion Is a hoprtui sign. In the pnrt. picture buyers were In the habit of puchadng ao cor...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING Tl LEG 1U IB. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, ATK1L 18, 1866. THE CO BUM! ITS SECRET. A wftpftioh cobMnr, once In Home, Put lorh s proclamation, That he'd he willing to disclose For a dnc confident ti in, iprrot which the cobbling world Could 111 all'ord to lone lb e wny to make, in one short day, A hundred pair of aboes. From every quarter to the nluht There ran a thousand IcIIowh. Tannem, cobblers, boot-men, shoe-men. Jolly leather sellers, All redolent of beer and omoke, And cobbler's was and hides; Each fellow pavs his thirty pence, And culls It cheap besidca. Hile.nee! the cobbler enters, And costs around his eyes, Then curls hie lip the rop-ue 1 then frowns, And then looks wondrous wie. "My fiiendn," he avs, " tin simple quite, The plan that I propose ; And every one of you, I think, Might Kam It if you chose. "A pood sharp knife is afl you need In carrying out my plan; Ho easy is It none can lail, Let him be child or man, To make a bandied pair ot shoes ? Just eo b...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 April 1866

FOREKiN SCIENCE. ETHER VS. CHLOROFORM The use of chloroform as an ann'3thcttc was &Mj discussed in the Paris Academy of Science, n a paper by Dr. Pctrcquln, of Lyons. He favor the use ol ether, and shows that the former Inconveniences attending its use have been obviated. Dr. Pe'requin says: These Inconveniences were removed by th rthcrlzinjr bap, invented by a physician of Lyons, and also by the tmproved methods de vised for obtaining ether perfectly pure. At present the operation of etherizing proceeds in a most satisfactory manner. The patient lies in a horizontal posture, with his head slightly raised in order to prevent his wnllowinir any ether; about twenty-lour prammei ot ether are poured at once on the sponges ol the bap; the pstient is directed to inhale copiously; tho orifice of the bag is then closed, and the dose of ether doubled. Tho patient's eyes are care fully bandaged, and tho prolbundcst silence is observed: in thisv.ay anieithesia is promptly obtained without ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, I860. R SCOTT, J K., E. SCOTT, JR., AUCTIONEER jJ3l JLLn 3 AUCTIONEER. IMPORTANT SALE IMPORTANT SALE OF OF WORKS OF ART. WOEKS OF ART. A. 8 1795. A. S. ROBINSON'S SECOND EXTENSIVE SALE OP SPLENDID AND VALUABLE AMERICA AND poREjGN OIL PAINTINGS, In Elegant Owiamental Gold Gil' ,c Frames WILL TAKE PLACje AT No. 010 CIIES.NUT Street, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY E TUNINGS, APRIL 18 and 19, At - Half-past 7 O'Clock. The following is a partial List of the names of Artutts represented in this important collection: calami;. FIC1IKL. JUEYH VON BREMEN. LAUIIES1T DE BUEL. KOKK KOIIK. STEIMKG. JAC'OliSON. 1UNGHEIM. LIT SCU AVER. f ECIIOLTEM. CRUIKSHANK. VAN DIEGIIEN. UAS8ELCIIAP. VON fsEBEK. SEIGNAC. VAN LAMPDTTKN. HOSIER. ARMFIELD. KAIIN. SPENCER. DALBT. MORRIS. IIABELTINE. LEItKEBT. KKVACX. VWN KLLEN. BOUCHEZ. MARIS. DE VOGEL. PAUL WEBEH. JUORAN. DUNTRE. HAMILTON. BAUMGARTNER. SCHCLTZE. VON 1IAMMB. BODDINGTON. HENRY. CADE. The public ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 April 1866

r H H A 1 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 18GG. VOL. V.-No. 94. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. r i Collision on Long Island Sound The Steamer "City of Norwich" Run Into by the Scnooner "Cen. S. Van Vllet" The 8teamor Burned and the Schooner Sunk-Supposed Loss of Eleven Uvea Names of the MIsslnR-State-ment of One of the Rescued Passengers, Etc. Etc. Another ol those shocking and lin.uttroui colli sious, re-ultlng in a serious losof llle, which every now and again start e the community and ontl the liteb ood tret-Ling through the reins, occurred on I.ong island bound yenterdjv nioruing, at about fitioen iniuutoti belore lour o'clock, between ttio lurge steamer Cily of Norwich nd tlio schooner !.( ralS. Van Vuet'. The accident occurro l dur ing the prevalence f a slight tog, while I he vessels wme standing upon apposite cour.ios and whon they were iioarly abrra-t or Huntingdon Jlilt. Eleven lives are stiiipnsod to have been lost, and fivo or six persons wer severely injure 1. The (ol li w...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 April 1866

THE NEW YORK TRES3. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JOURNALS UJ'ON CURRENT TOPICS. COMPILED 1VKBT PAT FOB EVENING TELEOBAPH. The Logic 'of Secession A. II. Stephens. from the Tribune"; ') ' '!'' .'. The present Confrres" has earned th lusting gratitude 6f the country tn the oonnlitntlon and action of Its Joint Committee' on itoconstruc lion. The testimony taken by lt-Bhcl especially liiat of ex-Rebels li most essential to an intelli gent Jildfrmcnt upon the problems notf fitly engrossing the public attentions Let lis, then, consider thoughtfully the salient points xn the testimony of the lion. A. II. Stephens. Mr. Stephens, like General Eobert E. Lee, was Slot an original secessionist. That is, whllo ach held to the abstract right of a State to recede,-noUher of them regarded recession as Tequired by antecedent conditions, nor a remedy for ex ifctinc. evils. Yet, wntn their respective IBtates deckle to secede, they caBt in their lot with the majority, and become conspicuous and potent...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 April 1866

I" THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPEJA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1866. THE ASSASSINS. Rewards for their Capture-Report of the Special Commission- ' What Colonel Prltchard . . Gets for Taking Jeff. Davis, Etc. Etc. -Washihgtoh, April 18. The Bocre-tary of War to-day sent to tlie House of Kooresentattves t'ie re port of tne Commission appointed to examine a id ' report upon tbe o alms ol parties to the reward! Heretofore oflbred by the Governmont for tbe ajnro bension ot trie assassin bt I'roaldont Lincoln and of his accomplices, and lor the capture ot Jen-iraon Davis. It appear that all those odors wore put forth by tbe name authority, tnat of the (Secretary of War, and that the last, so 1b r as regards the sum to be paid tor the apprchonsion of Booth, should, a it is conceived, he construed as a substitute for tho two forrurr. a This most important arrest not having boon cftcoted at the end ot nearly a week alter the com mission of the crime, a new Inducement for securing it was res...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 April 1866

(taring J published every afternoon (Fhtndayt excepted) at No. 108 & 2hrd street. Trice, Three OerU Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Week, payable to (he Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of die city at A'ine Dollar Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for Hit period ordered, Jo insure Die Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 18C6. The Philosophy of Crime. When philosophers begin to speculate about the origin and laws of crime, they Involve themselves in a great deal of perplexity. One of their favorite questions Is, whether there is, in fact, such a thing as human conscience, and If they settle that affirmatively, they then go on to dispute whether conscience is innate or acquired. The Scriptures tell us that man is desperately wicked, and inclined to evil as the sparks fly upward. The authority of the Divine ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 16fl6 Jt'-.4 AMUSEMENTS. Arch STMrr Theatre. Mr. Lawrence Bar rett's "Claude Molnotlo" revives the poetry of tne part, haokneved and depoetisd by the attotnnU of ss man until the very mm of the hero had bejomo Just. It in a d.ffloult task to revive serious ini. rest In 'Claude Melnotto." Mr. Barrett not only revives) the interest in the hero, but (rave oacK ail the idi al, that of Bulwer's romautio and po meal crtation. .Vis readings of the woll-known aaairo brought forth all tti beauty ot language tliat had grown trite. Ills earnr-sines, hie passion, duen, in lutiiif li If through all hia nature, but never loud) bia loathing lenueiuets, tho deep remorse wliioii nevrr In his wildo-t moments left him, all wero ad mirable. Mr. L Barrett's genius has kept It pi omlse It has inert ased by practice, thought, and Stum, Mr, Barrett Is a finer artist than when last we saw him He has ytars ol youih b'More he attains mttu. turityt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING alLEGIUI B.rniLJVDELHlIA, THURSDAY, APK1L 19, 18C6. THE ISSUES OF THE DAY President Andrew Johnson's ' dress Last Nkrht. ! Ad- THE POSITION OF THE NA TIONAL EXECUTIVE. OrdcalN of tUo Nation. thogress and prospects op RECONS TRUCTION. The President Refuses to Recede from the Tositlon Taken. CONGRESS OPENLY CHARGED WITH T1RANNY AND USURPATION. Etd Etc., KtO., JZtv., Etc. procession of boldikrs akd bailorr. Washington, April 18. At 6 o'o.ock this evonlntr procession ol soldiers and sailors, end such of their iricnilB as svmi atlnzo with them In their gratolul acknowledgments to the 1'rcsident lor hn ordor lately issued, directing the Heads of Departiiieut to five preference In appointmonlB and promotions to ho subordinate offices to persons who have rendered honorable service in the army and navy, was foruioa and niarchi d to the Executive Mailmen with the Marino Bund to serenade 1'residont Johnson, who liad sipniilod to the Committee that lie would accept the complim...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 18G6. JLNTETtESTING ITEMS. Evglimi FIair. The llnirdremert'1 Journal, Which tisrht to be an authority on the point. Mucrtu that one woman in every ten In England iibcs more or loss false hair with her own. The larger proportion of tins comes Iroin Paris, cither raw or manufactured. The prevailing English coloi Is brown: and, as the homo Frown article matches English he-ids better than any other, it demands n proportionately higher prioe. When we say that the prevail ing English color is brown, of course we refer to the better classes. There are, perhaps, a greater number of distinct shades ol color In English hair than In that of any other country, ana this is accounted tor by the mixture ot races ol which EnRlihh men and women are built un. In many parts of this island the de ecendauisof these nationalities still retain all the ancient peculiarities of their race; in the south and southwest the flaxen hair of the Saxon ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 April 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 18GG. WEST INDIES. Reported Bombardment and Cap ture of the Port of Concepclon, Chill, by the Spaniards-Four More Spanish Men-of-War Under Orders for the Pacific-Further Discove ries of Petroleum in Cuba-An Earth quake at Porto Rico, Etc. KETORTEB tCCCrATIOS OP CONCBPCIOS, CHILI, BT TUB SPANIARDS. Havana, April 14. News has lust been re ceived 'by a vtst-cl which lett Montevideo on the 28th of r'ebruarv that tho Spaniards had bom barded the port ot Concipclou, Chilt. Alter ciDkirp one oi the allied vessels the town had been occupied by the lorces disembarked from the ships Blanco, and Bcrenqneta. The news ciime tiom Mantanzas jcstf-nlay afternoon by teleprapti direotcd to tho B'tano de la Marina; but the Frensa f;ives its reasons lor doubting the correctness of the particular, and believes it to apply to the alla'r at Ancud. I have it lrow a most reliable source that, in virtue of superior orders, her Catholic Majesty'...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 20 April 1866

EE EVENING pTDJ- A 11 A VOL V.-No. 95. lJ3rIH,A.DELPIIA., FRI DA Y APEIL 20, 1866. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. EUROPE. THEAUSTRO-PRUSSliN DIFFICULTY. Trcmf ndous Schemes or Napoleon. A FRANCO -PRUSSIAN AL LIANCE HINTED AT. Tlio Xoitiaiaw in Ireland. ENGLISH ARRESTS AND IRISH THREATS. Etc., Eta.. TAe.. Kt.. wts., KMu, JB:e. Napo!on Unveiled. rUBL:OATIOa OF I II K OllANO PAMPHLET MANI FKP'IO, "JIAPOLKON III KT LA ritUBSH" AN AL LIASCB BKTWKKN FUANCK AND PHUR8IA "IN Dlr-PHHHABLX" UNITl TIIK1T MAY 'DEF!f TAK HOHTlLITY O 7HB OTHER GOVKRNMKlSTri," AND I1ATK "NOTHIHO TO HOPE FltOM TREIR FRIEND PJ.IP"-AUS'UUA TO BE HOMBI.RU, AI RUSSIA ITALY, AND KNOLAkD NOWHERE. J mrm April 4, fVwre pomlence or' the London Timet UiiO ot tbose pamphlets wtiicti i re usually thrown out c n tbe eve 01 somp great event ai foeiers, to to the Btate of pub clnoinlon, has just appeared. Hi headed A'uptlevn III et la 'ruve, and is anonymous W liether tho wntrr has takon Ins Inspiration irom Kieiich or a Prussian sourc...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 20 April 1866

THE NEW YORK PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JOVIiNALS VP ON CURRENT TOPICS. OM FILED 1VERT PAT FOB IVKNllfQ TKLVORAPH. The Testimony of the Vanquished. Frrm the Timet' The same philosophical characteristics that distinguished the speeches of Mr. Stephens, of Gccnria, appear in bis testimony reoently given before the Committee on Reconstruction. It differs very striklnel y In several respects, and In none more than In its vein ot philosophy, from the testimony of General Lee. Lee de clined to indulge in speculative fancies; refused to go below the urface, or to set forth any thing that was not quite palpable upon the face of it. He could hardly be drawn into the answering of questions involving political views, and was cautious to the lau decree as to the force and bearing oi every word he uttered. Stephens woe more open and free, more explicit and exact, as well as more rhetorical, less dubious, and less tcurlul; and was not back ward in exhibiting what of course he possesses ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 20 April 1866

1 f CITY INTELLIGENCE I or Additional Local lumt tee Eighth. Tage. Their Fifth Anniverbary. At the City Aimory, corner Broad and Race street, lant evening, was celebrated the fli'tti anniver sary of the formation of the "Grey Reserves." The meeting of last nlht was held In the prand saloon where, before the war began, so many meetings of a very different character mere conventd. The American rlntr, in con tinuous lengths, draped the walls. Deck's Band furnished delightful music, and the occasion was in every respect a brilliant one. Dr. Bimes called the meeting to order by sum moning Mr. Lynd, president of Select Council, to the chair. Messrs. John Price Wetherill, Hon. Charles Gilpin, Colonel Ellmaker, John Davis Watson, and other prominent citizens were announced as Vice-Presidents of the meeting. Mr. Lynd made a stirring speech. In which he reviewed the history of the gallant Grey Re serves, declaring that il the organization evinced anything like its ordinary diligence, its numb...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 20 April 1866

Ji ivniithHl wry afiernmm (.simdoyi, excepted) at No. I.HH lh.rd tlrret. J-'r've. Hirer Vem fcr Dory UkubU' Sheet), or Eojh'een lent Vet i'mek, uyalj'v to Hit Vainer, ana maUud to Mtcriliw M-t oitheutyut Nine Do'Jara Per w.r.titu ; :n- I),llar ut.d Filr; Cents for 'lino .'Autdhs, invwhy in adwue for lie peiol ordered. Jo unsure Ute imciIiuh ot Aartisirnrnta in JU ot our lMimm, llwr) must' he forwarded 1j oaf iie.e. tnl taltr limn h) o'clock eir,h 7dorn.no. ' FRIDAY, AVIUL 21. 1801. The Chttnicter ot Sontiri Loyally. Great credit, on the "trench of Mr. Ste pi;:-.N8' lata testimony, s rjivea In somo quar- i tors to tht Kubi'l pomiuuniUos for their ; 'loyalty." They ''acquiudca." it is said, in the J result of the war. They etill believe in the j alxttract right of spcessioa, but they are con virced that it is impracticable to exercise it by Ibrce. 'lhej still believe in the juntica of the cause tor which they touht; but, like many another pood cause, it h:is been over- . borne, and th...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 20 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1806 MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. Found Drowned. Yesterday the body of a man wa found floatlnp In tho Dnlawaro. at Gloucester, nuppoied to be that of John Jenkin son, a member of the 20th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment. Papers were also touud upon his ncinon. indiratinft that ho hurl been rlrait3l on the 21st, ol Sepfmbcr, lt.64, from (Jreonicb j townhip, Gloucester countv. Coroner I'o veil, . or uioiiceftor, neia au inquest, aoa oio a is charge of the body. Sabbath School. The Sabbath School Association ot Atlantic county oel in the l'res byterion Church at Ma 'e Landing a lew d vvs tincc, and the proccedinw were ol an intwest iiiR character, repreHcnting tbe nrt'airs of tbo As sociation to be in a erntityiiig condition. A relitnous interest is tnanitentecl amoui; the udult members ol toe schools oi thsjt place. Attkmptei Suicide. An unknown man attempted to commit suicide Inst niiii', while crowing the feirv, by rhrowiut hw.e...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 20 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 18G6. OUK LONDON LETTER. The KInfrt Bform Bill EdnoMlon la r."Kl" 0t-rppln: Sympathy tor Amerlfi EcnrIOBB to the W rn Wrltl, Etc. Special Correspondence of The Evening Telegraph. THE RINDERPEST. xmdoit, April 6 Although bat lKtle eotnpara trvety tl said on the subject in public, the e fleet of tM groat cattle plat-ne continue to be felt on every ride. In no piaoe do yon tool it more than at the .Englishman' lavorlte resort the dlnnor-table. Here, tor a time at least, the trlory of "the roast beef of Old England" has departed. Every speolos of this kind of meat, in whatever shape presented, U snore or less eyed with suspicion, and "rood diges tion alts on appotilo" almost in vain, so far as this national dish Is concerned. The rumor that the plague bad suddenly attacked the sl'.eep has spread new constei nation through many circles. English mntton, as whole, espe cially that raised In Wales, for the Britlxh palati is In som...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 20 April 1866

Great Activity at the IVavy Yards. A BQnASO0RDKRKD TO Till OOAUT Of HAIKU TUB FLEET TO RKMUtZVOOS AT BABTPOKT A RB HCBVU FORCE TO BE HBLD KEADT AT THIS BROOK XT7 ATT TARD. Never' since the first year of the war has there been to much activity manifested at the different navy yards m at the present time, there boini at the tix naval stations of Now York, Boston. I'hiiudel phia, I'orismouth, Baltimore, and Washington. orer forty vessels fitting out lor service. About half 01 tne number are intended for service on our Kaatern ' coast and for the formation of the contemplated South Pacific and Indian Ocean sqnadrons, but what use ran be found for the residuo In time ol peace is a mystery which can only be solved oy the hypothesis that the Government expect trouble to grow out of the Fenian and fishery complications. Whothnr this he the true solution ol the matter or not,- we will not venture to say, but one thing; appears cer tain, It we should unfortunately b.-oome Involved in a war wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 20 April 1866

tJ. a CHOLERA AT. NEW YORK Full Particulars About the Steam ship " Virgin la"-Number of the Fatal Cases and the Present Condition of the Vessel Precautionary and Ministerial Mea sures - Procla mationfrom the Gov ernor. fHB "VIRGINIA" BTKAMiOIP, which has acquired the unenviable notoriety of having transported the cholera to our shores, beloncB to the National Steam Navisation Com- any, and 1b said to be a flret-class iron steamer, ho is announced to lnnvn the citv of JSCW York, l'lcr No. 47, N. It., on Saturday, the 21st April, for Queenatown; but prohahly It will be now ome time before she again points her prow to the Old World shores, ilavln.n on board a great number of German inimijtrants, she steamed down the Mersey Irom one ot the Liverpool docks on the 4th of the present month, and careered along her watery way across 8t. Ucortte's Channel, to Qucenstown, where sho touched on the following day and took In a large number of pr.ssenjrers, in all 1043, of the usual cUvs, with the...

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