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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

THE COURTS Couht op Quarter Skssioxs—Judge Conrad.— Mary and Maria'Baker wore ohargod with tho larceny of a shawl, dressesand various articles of clothing, property of Melissa Still. The factd, as shown or tho prosecution, woro that tho defendants went to board with a Mrs. Maul on Thursday, and loft ou Saturday without having paid tholr board, and having stolen tho above articles. A portion of tho goods woro found on their persous. Daniel Dougherty, Esq., who appeared for tho defendants, oross-oxaralned one of tho witnesses for the Commonwealthi but subsequently decided to withdraw his plea of "not guilty," and substitute aplcaof " guilty." Tho prosecution abandoned tho case against Maria Baker, tho daughter, and tho mother was sontenood to six monthsMmprisonment. Clco. Shauger, charged with passing counterfeit money, upon being called did not appear. John Loathorby, who was tho bail, had his rccognizanco forfeited. Henry Monaghan, a police oKoor, ohargod with passing aoountor...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

• LtJuUs 2lj l , Un , rccoutly , ;„ „,, hmt} haa just f m J > T^ 'llM? ? rtStSw ". sn(1 no «"iv<> ' "»****.. . t 4ihnnv a -. <! „„„„.„.„ nf o.»(a tii «»he - (hotno700filibuster h. dh who PERSONAL. ui lta Ex-Govonior Chirk has removed from Ins ji »{ " * residence in Canandalgua, and has opened a law lue offioo in Wall street, Now York. - Judge Hyatt, United States Consul at Amoy, reccutlv , in New York "" ¦ . ., i <•» Gen - P LaD0 uasust beon elected, for Ore ? on Territory. Hewas ' nrst oleotel to'«, «« <1 »» ¦« third 'I V nd /° U ( 1 ft r^blaoho is aU- The news of the death of Lab laoho is thoritatively contradioted. J*W«olw " •' J^g^ ment at Kissiugonwithhts *» u«r i k H"l; X K° , and ho h£derived much leneuk fton the «»'«»• „ . „,„, ' 'i v. . / m k Pf btrthdw. „ n . -.. f ^ evidence *6« no 1m than 5* .T» «» «»vw *, Chirm has rin-outlv arrived, upon leave of absence, [' nNeY,Jrl m " ow T •, „„„ _i u-rHi for Gen- JoaaPh ha?° , D ™ J ul&am...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

fHE WEEKLY PRESS The Cheapest and Beat Weekly Newspaper in the Country. Great Inducement) to Clubi. On the 16th of August the first numberof Tut Wibxi.t P«8a will be Issued from the City or Philadelphia. It will be published every Saturday. Thk Wiklt Paias will be conducted upon National principles, and will uphold the rights of the States. It will resist fanaticism In every shape j and will be devoted to conservative doctrines, as the true foundation of public prosperity and social order. Such a weekly journal has long been desired in the United States, and it is to gratify this want that Ta« Wbbkit Pnnsa will be published. ' ta« Wnut Pasas will be printed on excellent white paper, clear, new typo, and in quarto form, for binding. It will coiitain the news of the day; Correspondence from the Old World and the. New j Domestic Intelligence; Keports of the various Markets; Literary Reviews; Mtacellaoeou* Selections; the progress of Agriculture in all its various departments, 4...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

THE LEDGER'S VIEWS Great Interest is deservedly attached to the views of the Public Ledger. From yesterday' s issuo we extract the following frank summary of thu late elections: Thk Late Eikctioss.—It is curious to note the different reasons given for tho result of tho late elections in the Southern and Westorn sections. Every newspaper, which has partisan predilections of any kind, assigns that causo which is least damaging to its own set of opinions. The most striking fact in tlieso elections is thf.t such old Whig States as Kentucky and North Carolina should have gono for the Democrats by increased majorities. One of our partisan cotemporarios attributes this to the abandonment of old Whig issues. It argues that if the ancient banner of that party bad been urifuried, if tho cry of a tariff Jor protection d been toction jineirum ww»«F> v>j* ^*"f. >" "™*^ *%£?"% a Wfffor issues the S^d^ft l^ '^StiSffi »U^^°CvM^ TVnWparty Ifeivoreanizatlonsarose i new ^d...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

TJIBBDERICK BROWN,—CHEMIST JPi ^Bl)»IieaiM! ,eorth^*rttk,rn«*lFia»i> w!iic*tt«nwifaS**! »d PMtttlbad ftrJtto »I«dUU F«^ ^l]frfV-|M^]jaB. bfefiosu. ttH"Bjtl)dftrti-ir^^fKffiftWy^f* jDiMFliuc&lift* Htitww^ it i mi^^ 7flo ^ tantt^- OK^t^TW^ udutWaiireUM*pteasant andt^ntHowdy', ¦ "' 0ACTI0N.—PuraoM dogiringMKtlflt thatraa ba jollia npl5,pr^rt«»oS5^romKiii JAMAICA OtSGgE. HwnU be pa^e^ fc ¦ aAtor . ' iSroiE'l »>- MMtM»l«?!»i«»j(Jtoa#,M»liWj U 1r»|t»«»»;l»! *» MoK»?pw, 3p4, h# eHS^w »^UitesjSaJ ftiOnvuOriii'^M* xonwr d 'IFxB'mq 'vGuEsT2n7T Xl%OHTII * and QBEEN streetiPhiladtlphta, D, Ir 8tADKE0H3H, P-oprt«tor. Alw»y» «n hand ilia choifejt artlclM of DRIJOS, MEDICINES, PBRFC MSBXvOI€rAB8 " £e,'' * - • ¦• ' . ' - StMkioMe'i iateht ;gilrer Sod» Water Fouattla kejjw %ew»«r at 33 ileg.; W«. Syriips asd, Onuoi are aciMiiKdi witrtai(4vSsfcgtiwriSettintt«oKj. "• ¦'inMAiii ^^^iki i -r-i-^Mrt^ ¦ '<' V ' : '- - ' • SaeltStoBentsJi^'nstraetion baneosiMt^a^^l^^ MfjaA...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

noticc TO' jct>*i&*mnvmnn, ~ • Correspondent! for "tnfKf»" vulpleue beu la mind the foUowtag rales: • -. -' " : Every erinmuleitigft out be aeawsionied ty th* name of the Writer. In «ai fa insar, carrectMM ot the typograph y, tmt one side ot » sheet »huol4 t* written upon. W« •b«ll bo gre.tly obtljri tb t«iUeaen in Peniurlraoi* ul otier BO.Ce. foe contrittatuns giving the cur real news ot the J»j In their ptrtienlij localities th» resources ot the surrounding country , tha increase of population, tod any information that will be iiterutisj to the general reader.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

FOUK DATS LATER FBOH EUROPE. arbivax/of the Columbia. ; - i THE SUBMABINE ¦ T&EBGWJTiCABI.E. Increase of tho British Army. THE FALL OF DELHI CREDITED. THODBLE BETWEEN FBANOE ASD TURKEY. Recall of den. Concba from Cuba. DEATH OF EUGENE SUE. MAZZINI AND ITALIAN AFFAIRS Tho Collins m»'l steamship Columbia arrived nt New York yesterday morning with Liverpool dates to the 5th inBt., four days lator than those furnished by the Canada. The steamor Oity of Washington , from New York, arrived out on the 5th inst. The Submarine Tolograph Squadron left Queenstown on the 2d inBt., for Valentia Bay, to commence the laying of the cable. GREAT BRITAIN. Lord Paimerston in the Lower House, and Lord Panmuro in the Upper, announced that Qovernmont would oak for permission to embody the militia, any time between this and March next Tho Premier did not enter into particulars—reserving to himsolf the privilege of doing to by-and-by; but tho Seoretary-at-War stated that tho despatch of troops ...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

A TRAGEDY AT SEA. Thero may be, and there often fa, a ^ per pathos Id the simplest narrative (jffkot; than in tbe most highly-wroiigbt details which &n imaginative witer of r^'t^ fe- ijan'^eavotnto a narrative—for >lKcre*BlfaTMaiiy '^tiel&eiita which are touching ' in the very plainness of their trnlh. As vain would it be to attempt to paint the lily, or add fresh sweetness to the violet, as to improve upon, the plain, stralghtforward ,unadoraed statements which sometitnes meet us in ' tlio daily journals, and win our sympathyj our regrets,- add-often our tears. Yesterday -we copied from a New York pa¬ per a long and painfully interesting account of a collision which took place on Saturday between the steamboat Metropolis and the propeller /. W. Harris. The latter vessel left New York on Friday afternoon, with a large cargo, and twenty-seven human beings, sixteen of whom were passengers, with a crew of eleven. About two o'clock on Saturday morning, when th...

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

THE CITY Tragic Affair in the Sixth Ward—A Nephew Shot and iHituntly Killed by his Vnch—Exciltment, f fc—Yesterday afternoon, between four and five o'clock, a terrible shooting affair, resulting in the^instantanoous death of a young man named William Loo Smith, took place at a tavern, No. 323 Cherry street, kept by Mr. Joseph Ripley, betnoen Third and Fourth streets. The neighborhood wo3 thrown into tho greatest excitement, and conflicting rumors of the origin of the affair wero eVerywhore originated. Tho facts of tho ca3o, as we have ascertained them, after careful inquiry and investigation, aro as follows: George Freeth, the alleged murderer, is an Englishman by birth, and about forty-one years of ago. Ho has been residing in this city for ten years, a portion of whioh timo bo has boen cmployed in tho jewelry establishment of Simons A Bruf., Sansom street between Sixth, and Seventh. Freoth is a married man, being possessed of two wives. About throo yoars ng o be left this ci...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

CURIOSITIES OF POLITICS St»ndiDghere In this'great old State of ours, and looking over tho Union, we are » good deil edified at the different shapes and shades of opposition, politics :,in . distant quartere. While the peculiar nations of the American party are pretty: well given up in the East, the ¦Weit; »i)d Northwest, 1 we behold as earnest a move against'the Pops and the foreigners op ' the~ sfdS '?of/the 'Southern AmericanVa> If'the. one ield »way at Washington, and the others controlled every Commonwealth from the Potomac to tho'jiio Grande. Oddly enough, too,-th£ ' : Strath, is that section in which the adopted citizens are.most in the minority; ind yet the amount of rhetoric and logic expended ' against them is prodigious. It is tuny aad;it ^ t«J!w*^(a4iibT7/.| £hat;1t' . ' is true;, not much effect * is. ' pfodiiced by thelr .aimless antagonism; but this does not seem to dampen the ardor of those engaged in it. Take another, glance,'aif [another locality." W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

^ppfclTIC: DO MINATIONS, .,'•;»; &" ¦ ' woR . CKWiaUttMl, ' ¦ ¦ '¦ '" s ^ : WILLUET. PACKEE, ¦' - , - , Of ITOOJCIIIO OOOSTT. ;• • -'' mm ' ' nm0' ^' vm ' hvejjLipisiovKi, 7TO,ttA3tSTBbK&,' '..,;. ' .,7 ,'0t,i«a|; ' 8ti(HBli^. 'i ' -" > , ' ; ; " JAMES THOMPSON, >i>R CANAL COMMISSIONER, . ' ; . \ NIMSOfi : . S5raflCKLAND, .,' OF, OU«ST<e COOHtT. .,ttF*Etlit(>riiJouUiefirstpage:.«The PhiladelphVCustom-House. " ... -•• ' LATEST KVROPEAN NEWS. By t^ mail ateanier Columbia ,which arrived at WeW;T<?rk yesterday, we have English papere.w $M>6thinst., with four days laternews. Thti laying down of the sub-Atlantic telegraph w«»ta have been, commenced, about the- data of the' Cohan Wit' j departure, 1 the squadron havingJeft.CoV^ ' forYalebtia bailor, where the flr»t terminus will be, on the 3d inst. ¦ Lord Palhebston had asked permission 1 from Parllatnent to embody the militia, with a view " to the immediate and ' extensi...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

LITERARY. FOREION ETOIIIS'08; OR, OUTLINE SKETCHES .Of THE OLD WOHLD'S PLEASANT PLACES. By James W. Wall. } vol. 12uio. S. C. Atkinson, Bur-.lington, N. J. Mr. Wall modestly declares that the contents of this volume aw " more outlino sketches." Bnt a sketch by a good artist is more valuable than an elaborate painting from inferior hands. There is in this boek the materieJ for a much more ambitious publication. The author went to Europe with antecedent general knowledge (derived from study) of the places which he had to visit, of the principal historical incidents connected with them, and of the personages who were leading actors in those events. He passes In front of Christ's Hospital in London, and remembers that "Leigh Hunt, Coleridge, and Lamb gambolled once in that area. " He approaches Holborn Hill, and thinks that Lord William Russell passed that way on his way to execution in Lincoln's Inn Fields. He glances at the placid scenery of Richmond, and thinks of Thompson, the p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

11 '' l m "jsj^?*" \ .-V". ;' L * ELOUUEKT EXTRACTS. • From a very.impr^slve oration by Col. J. 3r.^AM,,deJfyeredWt.;BurUngtoi> > N. J., on the!4tit of Jul^last, *e: are permitted to take tho.fbllowJng'istractJfyi < ;• " - ' " Thebles^gs. of ' a ' lilgii ' c ' l^teation will not disappear oH the shores of the Pacificbut will glow and flourish till their kindling lustre shall spread over tho Polynesian isles and gild the shores of Asia with a purer splendor than ever irradiated them before. The Pacific shall become to modern civilization what the Mediterranean was to tho ancient—and tho great iron bands, which are yet to connect the waters of two oceans, (and that too within the space allotted to many within the sound of my voico,) will become to the world what tho Roman highway was of old—tho great artery of national aggrandizement and power. Lands upon the lonely Pacifictlui* have lain for two score centuries undisturbed by miners and untilled by husbandmen, ...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

[Correspondence or The Press.] PiTiBBUKoii, August 13,1857. Dear Sir: I havo read your admirablo journal with pleasure and instruction. As a Democrat, I rejoice in it! suooesa, and as a oltiion desiring to see a corrcot literary taste formed by tho people, I trustiUciroulatlon may become immense. If an occasional note from this oity would add to tho interest of your columns, I shall be happy to supply you with the same. Tho weather is intensely hot; business is, in a manner, suspended; the swarthy artisan loans on his anvil—tho olerk sleeps at his desk—the lawyer nods ovor his first brief, and our penniless aristoeraoy, having closed thoit front doors and shatters, havo retired from the parlor to tho kitohen, vrhere empty stomachs war furiously with empty heads. Within a fow years our city has obtained a moat unenviable reputation. Bloody affrays, seductions, abortions, crim. con., and murders, aro of such frequent occurrence as to cause'neithersurprise nor horror. Eight porsons a...

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

The Copper Itlitiei. Tho Ontonagon Minerof August 2stsaya: " The largest ohip yet cut from tho Minnesota mass was taken off a few days since. It measured thirty-one inohes in length. It was fairly taken from a regular cut in the great moss. It is till) largest yet made in this district, and, as far as wo know, In any other. The copper beats up about one-third of it* length in cutting—that is tho place from which tho chip is taken ia about half as large again as the ohip, so that the copper In tho mass must havo occupied a length of 17! inoheH. There are numerous outs in tho muss of much greater length than this. Tho largest whioh wo hnvo seen is sovon feet throo inches. "When It is considered that theseoutaalways ropresont only tho thickness of tho massgouie idea of tho magnitude may bo imagined. At the Franklin Mine, section 24, on the Pewabio vein, thoy aro taking out some specimens of barrel coppor and rich tt&rap stuff, though, their operations commonocd but a few week...

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