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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 April 1853

the daily dispatch Fredericksburg items. The Odd Fellows of Fredericksburg hid « celt iration and procession on Wednesday evening An address was delivered by Re*. Mr. Christian, after which there was a sumptuous entertainment at the Farmers Ho tel. The quarterly statement of Spotswood Division, Sons of Temperance, is Py. iV' r . the Fredericksburg paper*. It exhibits a u ishmg condition of the order in that place. A negro nun belonging to J. B. Falmouth, was drowned in the Kapp on Tuesday evening, while engaged in tiaul ing a seine. Skfious Fahilv Affhat.—The Tim s ' a-... n rcurred at Lewisburg, states that an afira* occurrtu Va., a few dsv* ago. between two far.nl.es named Callison and Shiffiel, during iwh.ch one of the Shiffletts was shot, and ..is supposed mortallv wounded. One of the Calhsons was also shot and wounded, and a young man namediFogu*. „ frier.d ol the Callisons, was dangerously beaten. The parties are in jail. Mrs Troilope, the busy novelist, resides at a handsome ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 11 April 1853

VOL. 3-NO. 150 •fHE DAILY DISPATCH 7X3. aT COWAKUIN, Proprietor. grrGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. fCrhoc* of Paris. r-jun atrd tiT tae Waihiuiiton Union ] Paris, March t>. v..us call strikes all at once upon the -ip nines of reserve and of grave disi'iint posthumous child of the Caini[j v Thursday, has come to break in upon ' ' the fasting.the abstinence, the .. • ;v.it; nof noiey pleasures, and restore to .ml tumult of l'arifian lite, its testi % ' in^, its junkottings, its masks, its . «iid its lolly. The joyous day has i »,■>:;.! !>' observed. The lagging winter ' :l ,,rr so prolonged a hesitation, has ',» a t so suddenly upon us, dashing - o * the February roses—even the wint. r r#nn >i vet another few hours'respite to ; . uiiithful holiday. So the streets a : 1 jii virds were full of piomenaders. and iii immense throng invaded the pub--1 >vsii-roums. The pleasant festival was ■ . a:.\; with no less ardor iu the aristocrat--1 Val...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 11 April 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Richmond combined- | " aTr H MO N P « y *'' Mmm**' 11, ISS3. family scattered .Jut the Northern and Middle States wb,cb ha* contrived to make a greater no.se ,n the world than any other f"-«* " J"* * J modern ti.nes, the B°™ p^ rdon of |he making the companion, we gP . h .d,of tb. «"«»•££-£52 ot the little!«■ ® hs() more lo say in the fsm.ly we have alre y agreea ble to us, Dispatch than has be b , re do „ e with * nd we Bm " re /ot every now and then some 1 f°ihem savs or does something to excite • and it i« impossible for us to hold our r.:r Tbey -ra The sons and daughters of "fd Lv'man Beecher, half a dozen or so of the boys being preachers, and the .smartest of the : r l, being Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, whose fery name has grown to us distasteful in the extreme. Of Henry Ward Beecher, our readers know a good deal. He is the Boanerges of Abolition Divines, and is a D.D.—a dignity which, in his individual case, we should prefer to write with little d's and a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 11 April 1853

the latest news ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPA. T „KfcK PAIS LATER FROM EUROPE \jt» Yoke, April V—l'he steamer Europe .. here this morning, wiih three d»ve laadvices fr° m Europe. She brings pas?er £frf . snd Liverpool dates to the 26th ult. fe j- l;e pieamer Hermmn arrived out on the IV political news by this arrival is unimf r*" Turkish question has been amicably f \ffiirs >n England nn< ' France are quiet.— -, , e continental news generally unimportant. : . London Cotton Market closed dull.— ndency ot higher grades downward. A ' , P of 1-lCd had been established for the ' F*<r Orleans quoted 6Jd; Middling do. • Van I plandsand Mobile tid; Middling do. 1 i'iie week's sales amount to 43,000 bales, ii!, f xpartei• took 8000 and speculators bales. f r e Havre Cotton Market was steady, but ..jsc'i^e—price# a shade lower. Thetrrde ■hr minu scturing districts quiet. Yarns , jftitly <hpw— l ;ifl'ji'-—Flour was in better request ; ; bairel advance. Camfi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 11 April 1853

THE T)AILY DISPATCH fIiaTMA L«CI8I.ATI!BI. ts#nnte. IRIDAY SIGHT'S SESSIOJT. A motion to indefinitely postpone the billi to wuiste the scale of voting in incorporated Simp.nies in which the Slate is interested, wa« rejected—ayes 8, noes 18. The lollowmg bills were passed : , Incorporating the Huguenot Springs a Wining Company; £,«« Nik* To prevent the taking of oysters from W wadox cre« k, for the purpose of planting t or earning them beyond the limits - jS£Ssr.r«~«ii».» .'»'<» »»•» • rnsr* in the county of Bnth, &c.; Amending an act incor* orating the I oto piac Coal an i Iron and the Petersburg Tow"Vo incorporate the McGateysville and Rio T Conceroing U Tlw : George's Creek Coil and Iron Company, &c. The Senate amendments to the tax bill which had been disagreed to by the House, were receded from. I'he bill providing for a re-assessmeni ol real estate in the town of Fredericksburg, was laid on the table. satcruat's sEssto*. The following hills pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 April 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. VOL. 3-NO. 151 THE DAILY dispatch «fgg A. CQWARDIN, Proprietor. j?IT (jH R PLEASANTS. Editor. RIO GRANDE. » Hires from (he Rio Cirande, says the N. O. ne. relative to the movements of cer- ' hooters upon the defenceless towns of frontier, are such as to call for the t ,;,,se attention of the Government, ond , ,i fail to awaken a feeling of indignation f our citizens. That a party of nrmed • mill' with impunity, cross the river mP B eiiouiu, , , v,m o« r territory, and seizing upon the of a Mexican village, string them * . , r until thev have consented to pay a certain en of money, is very suggestive of the per- ( . e «t isre we good citizens 1 The f„no*ins observatio»s of the Brownsville Flag >w the feeling which exists among the orderlonns people of the border: T!;e continued repetition of these lawless f irsys upon Mexico by men from the American bank of the river, have merited the deprecation, an!i are be!.eld with just indignation by every ~ood cit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 April 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. JSTecvM-rtbly that of all tb* Daily papers ot Richmond - — 1 milted by us a few day* since, o"aa'far'a' I done to the priT.tecon.umer- of we know. h.»e met the genera P We hare yet to aee he to*« take gas f ° r P" ' , u/tupport the puolic ought not to a geemß t0 generally conSTtba, the street light, area public benefit, Zwhich the public generally ought to pay. This is the correct idea. Any man w.th a gram of eenae can anderstand it-any man, with a parti«!c ofjust.ee in hi. soul, will acknowledge it. Now, why has not this idea been re cognised by the City Council? is a question relating to the past; but when are they going To acknowledge its truth,and take measures to put it in operation? ia one that depends upon the justice and good sense of the future deliberations ol the Council. We confidently • Kik for some early action on the sulject by he new Council. SPIRIT OF THE PRESS. The Whig ol yesterday indulges in some animadversions upon the decapitation of Whig o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 April 1853

"THET LATEST NEWS by Senate— Letting of the ifai> Contract* — The Gardiner Cate, fa. Washington, April 10.—The Senate yetia\ in secret session, confirmed the f«*w re. irT jninenomination*.and will adjourn finally n Mondat, 'he President having no further Cineni "before thrm. They will meet to,rr,w.but a quorum will hardly he present, TwaW Senators are leaving the city. The " 1B( i 0 f office seeker# has also diminished. \c nominations for the District have been Such nominations as the President think* necessary will be made in the ensuing ten Jays, without the Senate,but most <if the gppcintinents will lie over till the next ser- f i'he letting of the mail contracts is in fi-»ch siate of forwardness as to ensure a decision y' n tht t&'.h instant. Many of the contracttors are sojourning in the neighboring towns, while a considerable number remain here. v s. Hough, the newly appointed Collector 0 ; Alexandria, will probably enter on his offics; duties...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 April 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE. Mow DAT, April 11. HOOSZ OF PKLMJATF.S. Atten o'clock, A. M., the Speak r called the House to order. About 2. r » members appeared in their seats. . On mot .on of Mr. Tomlin a bill in relation to the duties and privileges of members of the Legislature, it« officers, &c, was taken up, and said amendments disagreed to. The Speaker presented to the House a com mun eation from Dr. P. Claiborne « '» ing the attention of the Legislator stitutiona! requirement in rflatio gietration of births and . Un motion, the bill for the above object was six-ci.i co r i.. 7 »- Ut on tocerta in charges against the Ball,more and Ohio Railroad Company, was «ak en op , on motion of Mr. Maasey, and adopteJ. On motion of Mr. Imboden, a resolution was adopted, requesting the Audi or of Public Accounts to withhold payment of the sum of *472 to Benjamin Reed who had applied to andobtsine.i the certificate of the Clerk of the Hous« of Delegates for that amount...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 April 1853

VOL. 3—NO. 152 th k duly dispatch fx COWARDIN, Proprietor, g 'OH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. UKXICO. T-reedays Ister news has been received at V» Orleans from Mexico. An affray occurTf i a t Mexico on the Ihih March between >rnor ve!< [of the Chamber of Deputies and x ror Rafael,editor ofthe f 'niversal, in which ti- latter was wounded by a thrust with a g »or<i cane. Senor Boves, who was sick, was ordered by the government to be arrested and t«e RtVsir would undergo investigation. >cr:or FaU onnet denies the accusation of r w riiten to the English holders of Mexican bonds that he hnd expended $60,000 in h'J.ery >vitn tin deputies. The story is said ; ,sve ' een sot U P from personal enmity. According to the Monitor a singular affair bas occurred in Nuevo Leon, it states that tne Collector of Camargo sent for a man named l> n Bernado Cabazos, who was at Zicaie. and giving half an hour for religious preparation, ordered him ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 April 1853

*fHE nAILY DISPATCH. Ueknit Bd combined- .. HICHMOND.T A.t We<in"" u r iH»rsl»I« April 19, ND AM ERIC A NSIA VER Y. Chambert' Edinburg Journal ia a very sensible, and a verv interesting periodical. It has hbwever. some sympathies with Mrs "Breech- « Stove.' 1 which*-we legret to see, though with some degree of fidelity to it. general character, it works into what it has to say some good sense. One suggestion of the Journal, •lone, shews its ignorance of our institutions, «nd its poor qualifications to speak of them wiih justice. It advises the South to get up a Blue Hook, shewing the actual condition of the slaves after the manner of the investigation and report by order of parliament into the condition of slavery in the West Indies. What power has the right to establish any commir--Bion for this purpose in this country ? These States are not provinces of Great Biitaiu now nor are they provinces of any government.— They are Independent UlaU*, in which the people are the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 April 1853

the latest news. SESSION U. 3. Wakhikston, April 11.—The Senate met . 12 o clock, and nfter remaining h short *^, e m Executive session, the doors were laid before the Senate n letter r m, Mr. Soule, resigning his seat as "a niemCr of the august body," having accepted the to Spain . \ vote oi thanks having been passed to Mr. A -i, son. on Saturday, for the ohle, impartial, _i ijcniiied manner he has presided over the Lnnte, and the hour fixed (or adjournment r ,f die' having arrived, he rose to make the and pieviuus, to doing so, said, v,i If he shall have the honor to preside, his v'-'ir-st ambition will be to retain the personj,! regard and confidence of his colleagues, .the Senate adjourned sine die. Prstruclire Fire —Accident, SfC Washiviton April 11.—The carnenter s. L pot Charles McCarthy, on Fifteenth street, near St. Mi'.tihew's Church, was destroyed by •'ie tbs evening. The flames comiuunicated }i', the elegant three story dwelling owned by Jar. > I'iii'ng, and o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 April 1853

ymTpAILY DISPATCH following scene oc^ o r-«f in the Mobil. City Couri on Tuesday, March sth: . l)»o,el Chase, convicted of murder, was ca rtj on. "Have you anything to say why if nee should not ho passed upon youT ."Swerrd. "May it pleas, your Honor, Ig been well raided. But I have one fau , , I ha*e yielded to. and it is rl ° mp |ov ' J came to this city to seek l ho "° r *? a . £ )k ment. I had been on the St.Charles «« worK ™as eog.ged .o work on a boat. On the eight of the murder. I went ashore to»J™™ s house to write a letter. I wrote theletter, »nd wanted to carrv n to the post-office, but t„ advised it was late, and I had better go , n< i take a same. 1 went and played my first rame of dominoes. I drank and became in loxics'ed. Wv friends left me. 1 started, as well as Rtv very impel feet memory ot what occurred serves me, for my boat. I would to God some human eye could have seen me, and heme testimony here of w hat occurred.— I cannot recollect it or anything; th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 April 1853

VOL. 3—NO. 153 DAILY DISPATCH A. COWARDIN Proprietor. jjtjqH R PLEASANTS. Editor. .--(iaUeston papers to the 4tU ir.st. • . 0 ,, et1 receivd at New Orleans. t \V. S mmons, jr., clerk in the Post ( v.... S ( Galveston, had been arrested on the _ ( . b/ins concerned in mail robberies, ji bailed in the sum of $2,500. \\ srn from the Marshall Republican that r • 1.1 ih ult. a man named Bledsoe was i '• ,iead on the public square, in Gilmer, by t -»V '••en. I'. Lively, Thomas Gillespie and Mr. \ViiViatns. N«» particulars are given.— 'I ••■ deceased if said to have been a desperate c ri' ter. -ind the persons represented as hav* j j Kiiied'hitu respectable citizens of Gilmer. "1 e *ame paper states that Eastern Texas 11$ iieen visited by very heavy rains, and adds: Trf-e ruins « ill be of great disadvantage to rlar'ers. Many, if not ail of them, will be j.' -"■'..•Vied to plough up and plant over again, i • - ins o<.e of the most backward springs v . -~ive known for eeveral yea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 April 1853

the daily dispatch. Richmond combined- _ RICHIWO"w"p . VA.» r% ar »d«T ftl*rat"K' l 4« 18g3 l_ JOINT STOCK COMPANIES. The law of the recent season of the legislature des'gned to increase the weight of the State and large stockholders in the proceedings a „d transactions of joint .lock comp»n.es, has provoked a considerable degree of the censure o P f,he press. Whether the Stat, .a to blame tor this, or what agency party may have had in it, we shall not undertake to say. But since an extravagant view of its consequences may have the effect of deterring c.t.zena from purchasing stock, we think it proper that we may kbt something on the subject. The real effect, so far as the Commonwealth lB concerned, will be togive her one vote for every Jour shares she holds, instead of one for every ten, as formerly. The law also contains a proviso that the Slate vote in meetings of stockholders, shall never exceed two-thirds of the number of votes cast by others than the State. When we recollect t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 April 1853

-the"latest news ® =r= T FROM MEXICO. •j- he New Oileana Picayune of the 7ih inst. ent »in(» the following paragraph which bad f n telegraphed from Mexico to Vera Cruz for that paper: Neutrality Treaty Signid. Mixtco, March 22 —The Plenipotentiaries Tornel, and Castillo Lanaza, signed 1 |r( , 6 n last evening: at 9 o'clock, between the ' iPl { States and Mexico, guaranteeing the ' jtrsli' 4 and protection of the Sioo transit ' across Tehauntepec, and the entire aecuvol it" 1 capital invested therein. It will be rsMicdU'v the supreme executive power of Vexu-e-. further from Harana by the Isabel. rnißt r| l 1' • —Phe political { rist. who were under sentence of death by gurate, »<>« taken to the scaffold with all ! ceremonies of an execution, when their pardon from the Queen of Spain was rjad to jj,mva Markets, April B.—Sugars were . vp assorted t'.-.Sj to (SJaSJi reals; white J- j ; vliow 6"7 i; browns and Muscv isdoes" ■! • . The stock of stig.ns at Havana , ■'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 April 1853

the DAILY dispatch " 3CENLAMO.N (J THE RAPPERS. Daring the Rappers' Contention at Springf »|O, Miss-, ,BBt week, a spiritual dramatic performance closed the exerciaea one day, that was of the moat ludicrous description- • copy the Springfield Repudlican a account A request was made for all to lea*' who would not be able to sit it j ro * • door would be locked, and n'.iher.o£reM o egress illowed. 11 be ,u ™ . ai | down, the front seats, and to the* R silence. y d <hen <•"•-*•£« £* „"£ «» .. rf-P. Then Re.-. J. M. P | rPmu |ously h.arij;n! r B Jfanced slowly upwards. I h , |he and suddenly townrds ihrt < f aC eaud burst out into rr^sass-; Mr -iL.t-Hr— [hands to his face—face red as ,i;k »-.hoo! Ah-b, boo boo! On-h !_boo tioo-00-oo! My father is dead, my mother is dead, and my little boy is dead! I saw them all buried in the grave! And 1 must he buried in the grave! [Wringing his hands] 800 hoo! Oh, where is rev mother, where is my father, '»ud where is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 April 1853

VOL. B—NO 154 filE DAILY DISPATCH a. COWARDIN, Proprietor. S - :J QU R. "PLEASANTS. Editor. — of Ulapstcli. Stalktos, April 11. y, Editors Eirly in the season cs ' re of foliage as the trees all are, ~'atth here is covered with a carpet of i*rass, fresh and grateful to the eye. The C . . "is ot limestone which out crop all about in the valleys and npon the hills, itn ,i,.>jr stimulating properties to the soil and » • na perennial verdancy upon the surface - all Erections " work upon the railroad is still progresl'fßiiis R r e employed to wagon across ? " r s from Meachum's river to Waynesbo- ! -Hr tite purpose of laying theru down at ■ '*,i v dav. The whole route to Covington ' -afed, and I believe under contract, except !.*) miles. When the road is completed changes will be wrought. I regard s', .-'in as having a tine ptospect of prosmv before it. There must be a depot this !, .. the mountains—a place for the convocarm of trade and travel—a place for rest and f,r na over...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 April 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. mjm -ri, e circulation ot the Daily Dispatch e*JgTeJXX *" ° f •» ibe Dally paper, ol Richmond comblowJ- RICH MONO . VA.I Fridnr Msrslsg, April 15. IM3- theTrospect FOR this city. Richmond has a bright prospect ahead.— Ten years will work greet changes in its »P pesrance. Its population will be S 1 *" 1 y tiplied and the vacancies filled up »" ,0 " —so that it will not look like s collects of Tillages as it does now. Richmond has noble adrantages that in a norther State would be turned to great count. She has the advantage of eaay access ,o the ocean, and therefore may conduct a uadetoanvpl.ee with which her means and . ; .« mike a commerce profitaadantabihties may maKe a r ble She has already very good channels of .- nn w .ih a considerable back communication a country, and in a lew years will be in tin enjoyment of th« most rapid and intimate iuter course with the West and Southwest as far as ahe can desire. On the other hand her facilities for shipment will no ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 April 1853

the latest news Sailing of the Siagara—Ftres. r i-to>. April 13.—Ttie Royal mail steamer \Ldra sailed to-day tor Liverpool, taking p2O passengers, amongst whom in llenry «* I'eq., hearer ot despatches to England. " i-t,e extensive oil factory of Mr. Downs, in v Boston. wss totally destroyed by fire Targe planing; mill of Mr. Broom was .'., t «hi!>"morning. I'he loss is heavy, and ' fc»'> v covered by insuiance. Check ixfnll t• h ji.*p»tFHiA, April 13.—Mr. Joseph Al',s u a Xndet N»itil 4th street, lost a '.'(,Vh" morning for f 1700. I; was found " , v u«<l immtdiately drawn at the bank ,<1 [> lt It was on the Mechanics' A n!.vaiil of $300 has been cftVred for !.- 1 tiev and 'he diawer. Ftre ai Syracuse. » v \C". A, ill I — —l*'ive dwellings on t . - • f. dear tlie Court House, were x \ t list niffht, rendering about iiO :'il.es houseless. A large dwelling i iii part of the city was also de« „ , fa iue last night. j,Ann...

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