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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 29 March 1853

THI DAILY DISPATCH Buimai. "I oh* li die happy." said an expiring hus band 10 (tie wife, who was weeping by tha bedside, "if vou will only promise not to mar ry that object of my unceasing jealousy, your cousin Charles." "Make yourself quite easy, love," sobbed expectant widow,"l am en gaged to bis bro.her." Snaoks was advised to get his life insured. "Won't do it," said he, "it would be iust »iv luck to live forever, if 1 should." Mr* f £»• merely said, "Well, I wouldn't my dear. "Doctor, do you think tight lacmg is bad lor the consumption?" ~ "Nut at all—it is what it lives upon. The doctor's reply was wise as well as witty. It is not uncommon forSpamab ladies to posaess a hundred fans. * key co.lect and board them, as a German collects pipes, or a geologist hunts alter specimens. "Who is that lovely girl?" exclaimed the wittv Lord Norbury, in company with his friend Counsellor Grant. "Miss Glass," re plied the tiarrister. "Glass?" r< iterated the facetious Judge, "I should oft...

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. — 30 March 1853

VOL. 3--NO 140 THE DAILY DISPATCH Ttfl a. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. rclßMri OK ADVERTISING. I »«i i.-a. 1 insertion SO 50 I 1 square, 1 month 14 00 1 jo SicsertioasO 75 i 1 do 2 souths 700 i do 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 do I X ?5| 1 do 6 do 16 00 i do i week) 2 751 I do 1 year 3 00 jy Commun-afcooaare charged at the same piw< »* »4"ertis*aseats. r-jr .'n'-* trr Um maiu • sfuart: longer ad fn'ir.'.'-ti in exact proportion, and payable In ad- T 'ry Ae.Tf rtiiemrata inserted on,-a a week,twise g SSek ' threa times a week, will be sharped 30 tor tie S;«t insertion, and cents tor each 0i .unusnce. jy Marringa notices Inserted for 25 cents; Fu n uces 25 cenU; Deaths, without obituary or fgivral invitation, 13J cents. Tbf " Daily D: patch' is served to subscribers It ni a-.<i o fuarur cent* ptr tctek, payable to the atrrler weakly. Price for mailing, S« ayesrin ad ****"' TliE WEEKLY DISPATCH v./.f i ererj Friday morning, and mailed or on* st-uVAH a yka*. ToClc...

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. — 30 March 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. . ... _■ _t,Hnn of DaJlf Dtopatch«*• Richmond coaabixa- ———=======» kichmonv. *a.« w~i.,.dey ««»!»»■ SO.Jlga^ MR. THACKERAY'S LECTURE, llr. Thackeray delivered his foutih ecture ■t the Atheneum, on Monday night, to an au *ence net so large a. had attended on the for- Lr ccca.ions, yet very respect.in pon of lumber*, and very intelligent. Having been seated at a distance from ' he . being, at best, very acute of hearing, we lost much that wns said, and can on » ma e a e remarks with regard to the general teror of the lecture. _ , „ Tbe subject was Prior, Gay, and Pope.- Prior came first under review, the lecturer g,v ing a short and lively >ketch of hi* life, from his first acquaintance with the Earl of Dorset, (Sackville.) who enabled him to enter St. John'* College, (Cambridge.) to his death. In company with Charles Montague, (afterwords celebrated as a patron of literary men, under the tit!e of Earl of Prior composed the Country Mouse and tbe City Mouse, a p...

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. — 30 March 1853

the latest news. ' AKIUVAL OF SrE%MER~FRtNKUN. Three Days Later from Europe. \ f ,r# from England, France. Switzerland, l/ a ly, Autfraitn, India, frc. — Death, of Siarnhal liaynau—Market*, fa- New York. March 28.—The steamer franklin, from Havre, via Cowes, arrived this fTer) ; n g. with 4? passengers. Her dates from Liverpool are to the 15th inst. The America icached the Mersey on the 14th. The pro peller Andes, when three days out, sprung al eB K end put back. She was discharging# pi-;: her cargo to repair. ENGLAND. explosion occurred i? a ctlliery in Monmouth on the 12th, killing twelve per sons- FRANCE. \ republican demonstration was had at Pa ris on the 130), e.t waich nearly 20 00(1 men were assembled and marched in procession at ibe funeral of Madame Kichael, the wife of t i ie e-jebrated State prisoner of that name.— A detachment of cavalry and an immense po jCp force were p-esent and prevented anv over the grave- AUSTRIA. An American lady had been arrested in Heidelbunr, c...

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. — 30 March 1853

THI DAILY DISPATCH •A X ..VIA MAN FOR A> THAT.' Tom t- 4tTH it a journeyman punter who maker twenty-three shillings a week. He has a wife and four little children. They live in a mean garret room, are poorly clad and fed, and sickness is a*ldom absent from the house. — Tom teels the degraded style of hij life, but cannot remedy it; the public house prevents him. Yet Tom has a certain hardy spirit of sett*assertion about him, aud thinks himself and Others of his class entitled to something lar belter than they get in this wortd. His tavor itfl expression »#, 'A man's a man for a' that. 'Well, Tom, a man is a man at all times and in all citcuinstances; but it you pretend to think that yoo are a capital man, a first-rate man, or •»en a raspectable man, you ire in» great mis take. You saf, what is there in poverty to make a man less than a man ? That was Burns* question, and certainly nothing can b« clearer Uian that poverty in H*tlf can unmake no man. A mau'a a man ; that is to say,...

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. — 31 March 1853

VOL. 3—NO 141 THE DAILY DISPATCH Ta9 A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor.^ .Morninjc, ."Unroll 31, ISJ.'L ==_^J7T7k7TK — A>D THE Pktersbitrg Thevtkk —It appears from the Petersburg In t»ll;#encer that George Jones did not build the p,.-,~at)ur£ Theatre; but that it was built by j t v: < CalhwMLL, of theatrical celebrity, who built tiie Si. Charles Theatre in New Orleans. »i> were in error when we slated the other dty that George built it, or rather that it was b', it un.ier his auspices. But we don t see tor ail that why Svmi: should be poking iun at u «. Cernin we are that George, who was in iav lie re the grand patron of the legitimate i-a'if, iiid go to Petersburg, and according to his own statement he found the drama in a lan *u shin; siate and set about immediately to revive it. He at l eaS ' brushed the cobwebs froai tiie w alls of the theatre, provided it with jorae calico and plush for servant", and red flannel f>r soldiers, 61c., and himself flour...

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. — 31 March 1853

tvv. DAILY DISPATCH. s" - Kichroood cotnbtned- mrmniM). VA.« Tfcamrifir .Mate* 31, 1883. bourbon among ust The debate upon this aubject W aa warm aod furions as ever. It will be recollected na, pimultaneouelv with the publication of the first article on the subject by Putnam, a book rppeared in Paris, written by a certain M. Beauchesne, which claimed to g.v. a minute account of the imprisonment and death o Louis XVII. In the April No. ot I utnam, the Rer. Mr. Hanson replies to this book, sup porting his statements and those of Mr. W.l rams, by numerous certificates, none of wh.ch eprear to us, however, at all satisfactory. In ihe course of his article, he publishes and re piles to a letter from M. Trognon, preceptor end secretary of the Prince de Joinville, and tiis companion during his American tour, in which a fiat contradiction is offered, by autho rity, to the statement of Mr. Williams, in its m st material point. Those who have read the Crst article of Mr. H. will recollect tha...

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. — 31 March 1853

p.efWA.c.FP rg« Appor.cn,. mulatto w„ Kro«bt k b«fore the Mayor'. Court ye.terd.y, cilrL with dl.orderly conduct Id the .treet, wb i; f drunk. and ws.fined tl, and held to ball in c f $50 for k-w good behavior—in default c < riving which, be went to j*ll Ftniij Martin, brought up to sniwerfcr disturb cg tip peace while intoxicated, ard tre.pa«.- J upon tbe premi.e. of Mri Martha Martin, wa. rscfcarged with an adm< nition, and upon aprt mi.e n depart immediately for Peter.bi.rf, whore .be fifcinai to belong - Pvvuhid -The following ca.-a were di.po.ed cl telcr* the Mayor'. Court Aide:man Evana pre rcir?. vpttord^y: Kdwar.' JoLn»c n, .lave, belonging to the c.tate c! Jcbe Ender., deceased, ioued tsi.ty of enter *tt-i ufb a window the brute cf Mt. Parker, of \ h .»y, in Monday evening la.t during tie »b --feoce ct Mr» Pin the country.and .tealiig tbere • row a 'eoaing giaa. and |ether una:' articles, *« , .-deixd 39 atrip*.- jsmof Vstrman, rave to Samue Myers, caught re is xg tb....

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. — 31 March 1853

TP nATLY DISPATCH "" Deepermie Th. Arkanaaa Shield"cmu«»w account ~r ■* »nerate fight between * man " r - J , *° women on the one aide, and a panther « the u rh» fieht took place on Beater uavou, T 0„? h «' leth", Mr. Grimw had l.f< hii during the deep snow that then ay aJ _ ground, to procure some fir « wo ' a Bi( . k joining forest—leaving in the child, his wife, and her mother. A " r aete 1 y the crving of the child, it is supposed, 6 and fierce panther approschedtUedoor fasjjgfeasg -Hi shutting succeeded in closing out the pan. w ' hich dr( . w r o lh« house Mr. Crimes supposing his child to he ill, and lit- Ue Kin/by how fierce au enemy las ca *" J 'Thin*°of his surprise upon seeing coollvses.ed upon the step of his door a huge nanther Mr. Grimes advanced and attetnpt el to get possession of his gun, which Mrs. Grimes had, opening the hack door, brought around to him; crouching, with tail switching and eyes fiercely glaring the panther watched everv movement ot Mr. Grimes. A...

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. — 1 April 1853

VOL. 3—NO 142 THE daily dispatch JA3 A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HTJGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. ~ i |jl| Jlornlnii, April 1883« _ mssSt CALIFORNIA MEWS. ~ The latest new* from California presents an a»!nl increase of crime in that State. We published vesterdav the latest intelligence from baud it Joaquin and his company of rob and n urdereW. Below we give some other item*- A letter from Calaveras states a body of Mex icans had entered the camp of seme Chinamen and murdered two or three of them and wound ed another severely and then robbed them of several thousand dollars. Tne camp wassaid ta have consisted of two hundred Chinamen.— T.ie spoils amounted to some $30,000, and Joa quin'* bar d were the robbers. This was before he took rt t'jge in the chapparel. Four other Chinaman were in a few days af terwards rr.urdeied near Forman's Branch in the same vicinity. These murders were among the latest by Joaquin's band, and led, in part, to the pursuit and hanging of Valencia, as sta ted by hs ...

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. — 1 April 1853

the daily dispatch. ry Tbe circuit) on of the Daily Dispatch e*- •eeit considerably that of >11 Um Daily p*pe*» ol Richmond combined. ttItIHMOWP . TA.i Friday April 1» IMS' SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGER. . The April number of the Messenger we think one of the best we have seen for a ong time. The leading article is a re»<e» o o» c which appeared in Blackwood in Bl ' u * r - v ' and which wa. fuller than usual of thefoll.es which Englishmen never fail to perpetrate when they write .bout slavery in th« country. The writer administers the scourge with a bold and fearless hand. The only objection we ficd to his article is that which we alleged aeainst a review by Professor Holmes, in the Messenger, of "Uncle's Tom's Cabin." It is en utter waste of learning and critical acumen to spend them in answering British slanders. The writers of these slanders will not be con vinced —they do not wish to be convinced.— Their object always is to write a book that will sell, and they know that no...

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. — 1 April 1853

THE latest news. OF MRS. FILLMORE. It is our painful duty to announce the death < Mr*- Fillmore, the wife ofthe late Presi- V,,., which occurred yesterday morning at \\ iii'ard'* Hotel, in this citv. •j-jif serious illness of Mrs. FiLLMORE hna i f »n known tor some time past, but until *ith ;n ;he last few day* little apprehension was ■V" in regard to the result. She was attacked „ :•] bronchial ioflamation of the lungs on the ( i instant, and this was followed by a sufl'u f in oi water, producing a complication which ~*>d the skill of the eminent physicians nho ".-.J been called to her relief. Her suffering* at »'ar : p;n» stages of the disease were severe and rrotrerted: but they were endured with Chris •an patience and fortitude. She retained con iViou»nvs» until within a brief period of disso j it .on, aiui \'.f d calmly, and without appareni pair. ri the presence of her family. <} B loaning tie melancholy bereavement, t r». <rn; Piv.rck directed the postponement O f...

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. — 1 April 1853

T) 5 DAII.Y DISPATCH "— COMMERCIAL. Wvrur&**i M» r <* 31 *" IcAWtrftt* COUBKCTKD. J oirnN _virftni» cured, hog round bnngsPlto 11 Weeweeed Baltimore aides <k to 8 «**»' tu;Uun» 12# to 13 ctt ; new 3hou:ders ,* to 71 is in fair supply- Firkin 33 to 20 cents B RoU2S ■ 00/ hen 20 to 33 cent. "StoSaS' cotton YARNS —The trade S «-i«* nys- 0 ""* " in Kio M-0 lOcts; Cape 81 «'-> cts, Manilla ilf r * MOLES—Tallow laj a 13; Hulls patent 14; Bvwnn 32 a 34, Adamantine 25 a 31. Jackson s ®^rnA' 4 .LlotJl2i cents on board for good mix •4, dne *od lump; 9to II cents tor b.scksmuh's "niRN-'i ll to 62} cent* —dull. TOR.V MEAL—7O to 75 cenu per busael. FLOUR—Ssi'M < f Richmond supertine at 84 75— bell at 65 genersly. FLAXSEED —Indemand at 8i 2o par bushel. FEATUERS— Live geese 40 a 42 cts. pisU Nj. 1 Mackerel 612j to 13; No. 2 $11 to 11|; No. 3, smali ®7£ to 7|—nominal, none here; Mo. 4, n ne bere. Clipped N. C. Herrings 66 75 to 7—nominal, none here; Family Roe 81 to 4 25, in halt b...

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. — 2 April 1853

VOL. 8-NO 143 THE 1 >AILY DISPATCH "rlfl. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. NEW YORK ITEMS. Ceoree Feuchtinger, editor of a German pa „„ ; n V w York, was held to bail in the sum Wednesday, in that city, to answer ,l.'of extorting money by thr»-\ts Irom p,i ,n C-rad, a <ici:n«n lawyer. He has <rotien $• 00 and Contad's bond for $1500 in tbi s *'»>"• 4 stable was burned in New \ ork on Lewis street on Wednesday,and five horses consumed »»:th it. St was occupied by David Johnson. The miikitien of New York have determined t0 jaise ihe price of milk in Summer to four, ia Winter to fee cents; end recommend that all who engage to deal in pure milk shall have t'.eir names'and residences published in the •iipers a .d inscribed on their cards. \ poor woman named Kain was detected in th? act in throwing her little son in the dock on Wednes«l- with the intention of destroying it. Hit tic-use was that the father was in the counti v, and she had nn means of supporti...

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. — 2 April 1853

THE PAILYJH??A TCH TPtSSfS of 8 ■irtigord rowE' ll _ a====^7^HWOWDTyA.« W4*7 »»>■«— *P'» 'ggl. ■""" .'SELF-MAUL SILJi." Our neiehbor of the Wbif. intliecourae of •» "»"» mb " c t ' ' ho " " h0 pofert* lod,.ti.co»l.ytb.,ro«n l„ rti i, 10 ,he number ol those who profit bv .be advantages of inherited wealth to do lfc 'e same thing, at least .n the proportion of one iiuodr'd to one. We believe the propor tion to be much larger. Indeed, it is so rare a thing to see a man born to wealth, bursting through the letters of self-indulgence, which the facility of gratifying the passions in early youth is almost certain to impose, that when j ouesoccur, it is regarded somewhat in the light of a miracle. All that the world has of science, of literature, of the arts, of those tnicgs which, taken in the aggregate, are called civilization, it owes in by far the greater pro potuon to men who have been born in the humbler walks of life. There is another reason lor this besides the impediment offere...

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. — 2 April 1853

the latest news. tiitto* by the Senate—The lin!ti rie-t —Gardiner Cate, \'c. \\ avhisktov, March 31 —The Senate were s fxfcutive eessien to-day two hours and a pail end confirmed all the Philadelphia norm ,, ! as before reported. The New \ork W iUi!Oa«ions were also ail courtrtlied, except .f, pf < of General Di*, as Sub-Treasurer, ami Mr.' Fowler as Postmaster, which were post poned. , ~, The President sent in the following nomi nations for Baltimore: Pirilip Francis I homts, (or Collector. Co'. Jacob G Da* ics, Postmaster, Kettlewell. Officer. H. Briscoe, Navy Ageut. Polk, Surveyor. " ... P hp« l»«'en no appwintments sent in for 4 , r . sers or Disttict Attorney. •* e v«:ral other appointments were also sent ; . ;i)» Gardiner ca«e, the entire day was , 'jpied in arguments upon tae admissibility papers to prove me non-exi«t --» t,, iste mines, ail of which were ruled Washington ite is. .V*fK!>«JTeK, March 31s:.—Mr. Willis, a 'j., .ie.r., has been nominated lor Governor cf V D...

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. — 2 April 1853

T*'E DAILY DISPATCH Y ° f *' were invited, week be ss Tie™ "promise that they were „d the lad.es of fir- or were complied with After a a 4t a public •is mile., the sle.gh hauled up house where liquor was •"'"J* .j |(ie party tequetted «hebark«per Vhe'hr/a any liquor, JJy no tntc Star. , kS"(N°C-IK 1 J.,,' .'a. dulv organised on Ssiarday las.— Kmcan G- Mcßae. Esq.. of fayeueville, was , r j President ef the Company, and John X Kaee Esq . Secretary and Treasurer.— Mesxr*'. Smith and Cobby, of the New York firm, wfio subscribed ihe $406,400, «ud seven Favettevifle gentlemen, were eleoted directors A Veteran Postmaster. —John Mcßae, Esq . Postmaster of Fayelteville, N. C., has declined are appointment. He lias been con nected with the oflice for the long period ol 52 years, se« enteen years as clerk under his father, the late Daniel Mcßae, and thirty-live years as Postmaster. Gov. Ujhazt.—Gov. Ujhazv, the Hunga rian refugee and leader of the Hungarian set tlement at New Butia, has sold ...

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. — 4 April 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. VOL. 3--NO 144 THE daily dispatch "jA3 •£- COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUSH R PLEASANTS. Editor. ~Tr ■ and \\>!don railroad will tie com 4 Norfolk to Raleigh by the middle of April fhi* notice calls to our mind a very memo* rtble jo inter we performed from Gaston to Ruleigh i! the year I*4B. The road was then j„ worst order we suppose ever railroad vv" There »as with the exception of seven 0 f heavy rail at Gaston, hardly one un broken piece of rail on the entire route, and ■ ucbof liit' way the cars ran upon the naked ■>,] Vet it wßt>, perhaps, the safest road in tie world, and do disaster of a fatal kind oc curied upon it, we believe, during the longpe rod it remained in this condition. Its safely * s i-; slow speed at which the cars were n:a*ed by very small engines that were veiy ir.uc h out of order. If one w heel got off of the track, tne engineer could easily stop the train before ano'her followed it. We of the train could easily converse with the peopl...

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. — 4 April 1853

the daily dispatch. a Br* Ibe circulation! ol ifce Daily flip*»cii e»- a cooaiderably U"M of ail U>e Daily p»pen ot Hggfejeood comblord. bTcHMONP . TA.t «W«>nrt*y Jikihib*. April 4- 1533- MR. THACKERAY. This gentleman, we learn, will return to England during the Spring, alter having com pleted his tour. Whether he w.li v.s.t the great West, or not, we cannot say ; but we i" "° M h "f-', self to the Atlantic cities. He who has not ■ren the great valley of the Miasi.s.ppi, can hardlv be said to have seen the United States. We should think, eten for the sake of lucre, he would not leave the country without having first delivered his course of lectures in Buffalo' ia I'iitsburg, in Cincinnati, in Louisville, in L«xington, in St. Louis, in Memphis, in Mo kile, and in New Orleans, in all which cities he would find immense audiences, capable of appreciating his genius, and already familiar with its creations. Will Mr. Thackeray write a book? That is a question which we hear asked eve...

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. — 4 April 1853

the latest news. AFFAIR AT SAN JUAN. T:ie New Vork Tribune and Herald of Fri ,i s v publish a correspondence Irorn San Juan, Nicaragua an account 'h" alleged secure of that port by Captain Hollins, com nsandiuf the U. S. sloop-of-war Cvane. Ac c-r.iing to the accounts, the previous ilifficut j (j winch had existed between theauthorities t , ihe town and the officers of the Nicaragua Trans it Company had been brought to au is .„ v n writ of ejectment against the Cotnpa »tii'ticeis. In the meantime the Cyane ap ,-f.i in the haibor, and the subsequent oc rrencesare thus detailed by the co.respon jijnr o! the Tribune : On the morning of the 12th ir.st., the City Maii'hal, accompanied by two carpenters, pro frfi! d to execute the writ of ejectment, but hf »as ordered<iff by a Lieutenant of Marines. Tn? Captain ot the l*.«rt went on boatd the C» s I? and notified the Commander ttiat the j abreast of which he was lying was Quit :ant :;e ground. H* was answered witli an 'passed forward t...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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