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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 3 May 1853

THfc jtAiLV JJISI'ATCH r I Fir.HT VVlvKH.—Willirm A Ma* w ' ,a( Oxford MsiKra'or W * rd e Vinfiith Sarah M,lr,in • l,is fo^ n " " Wormsley, being Mill «H»«. Tl « W 'nniof Ibe n.OM «tr«ord.nary cam P-r --wt» one 01 mc . r . c ourl ofjustire. hap. -Hat ever «•«" e^f,° riljißPd J Bet e- The prisoner *" 11 J??«s than eight wivra diet, havmg married no l«« «M « (hp |||||# in different part, of the bern digC ot ol hia committal «« of , leTt whom he •red —namely, Ellen h Martin, married married at ManchMer ; ' I in „rried , t WaU.ll.Ehz.be'hPerk^' «, Walsall; Matilda Graft, f.le of Man ; bam ; Mary ( e married at Dy and Hannah Kin?. .' jre these, two mock, in Glou ~ , erm j since hia commit- SKirfsS.K »<»«« «<\ ken TSr ta.—oneo Ihe wives (except the U$ weii brought to Gloucester for the pur nose of confronting their ta.ihless Don Juan fXhe trial WHS expected with the deepeat interest The women were placed in a room to themselves, and formed quite n harem of ererv complexion, from the...

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 May 1853

VOL. 3--N0 170 frtE DAILY DISPATCH = JAS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. OK TIIK FRANKLIN J\. ci.OTHIMfi STORE, from 13-J to 93 Main <» tri e«, third door above 14th Street—where may t,, n ' n -j the largest and be«t got up Stock of ('lotklag ever offered to the ci nz-uid ot* Richmond. Our Stock comprises every »iv>. quality and color of Sack, Dress and Frock Coat's f ,,r Spring and Summer wear. Plain nod Fsi ot Oassimer* Pants of every style and quality plain and figured Si'tk. Satin and Mar »«;'*• Vest* in endlrs* variety Also, a very large »n.i »». >ct Stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Good*, fir'arrtiaa. Carpet tc A,, we Htk i« a e»ll at the Franklin, to be satisfied «{-,»• <t iis the place to get the beat and moat for your * ney K DKCOU & CO, mn 98 Main »treet. Richmond. Va. T\FII.MAM MOINTJOY'M .11A Kit 1,11 f f FACTORY and (iraniteand Stone Yard, east earner of eth and Main »treeta, Richmond, Vr,la at ail cm** prepared to furnish Marble Monu...

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 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. The circulation ol the Dally DUpateh ex- MrA considerably thai of all the Dally paper, ol ftttnnotid combined. RICH MO N D.H.i W«4iti4ar Morning. May 4, ISJ3. COLLIER'S NOTES ANDEMErSPA TIONS TO THE TEXT OF &HAK.S PEARES PLAYS. . Nearly every journal and periodical in the country ha# had something to say *it resar to this'book. and were the object capable of •xbaustion, we should su»pect that, to the ma jority of readers, it had already become stale. Trusting, however, to the undying interest which ia attached to everything connected in the remotest degree with the great poet whose ten il proteases tq elucidate, we shall, at the jiak of being rotej » bore, endeavor to give as concisely as possible, oar own views of the success which has attended upon this, the la test as well as the most imposing attempt to accomplish an end so much to be desired. We regard this volume as one of the most interesting that has been published in our time. Some of the greatest an...

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 May 1853

the latest news. J'urtker Particular* of the Htirninp of the Steamer Ocean Ware, on Lake Ontario. OGDrssHCRGH, N. Y., M»r Ist.—We have further pariiculars of the locs of the Ocean Wave from one of the crew, Stephen Black I'he Ocean Wive look fire from her furnace on the downward trip off the "Docks'* about 40 miles above Kingston, on Saturday morn. ,ng, about 2 o'clock. When the fire wag first discovered, she was about a mile and a half from the shore, which she was immediately beaded for, but so intense was the heat that • lie machinery gave out, and she drifted to sea. The upper cabin wan consumed in about 15 minutes, and in about two hours the hull went down. I'he Ocean Wave had on board 14 cabin c?.'in and'J deck passengers, besides 4 chil dren and 'h'* crew, who swelled the number to shout filiv, of whom twenty two were saved. Among the crew saved were Captain Wright and both the mates; Thomas Oliver, the purser; both the wheelsmen; the second engineer, Mr. Blackman, and a numb...

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. — 4 May 1853

the daily dispatch of iM Washington, April 29th, lN>->- Col. D.x, the present popuUr propr'«iorot the Hotel at Aqui* Creek lai ing, wil open •bout the first of June, the Paultoa, at J ' „sy Point." The Colonel long and favor B bl* known u one of tha proprietors of I ••Fountain Inn," Baltimore. He w>l' * . cordial welcome to his old friend* J' he c aesson, and promise* to provide all #|ef> forts, delicacies; die, thai earth, can supplv. F.ney Point will be mucn sorted 10 this season. . jn a jj Removals are K rad '" , ; V h * in? the last Ihe department. I o-morro n)iuiv whig I« ! j ()fre lg " „ "fesrlul look eeaae and d ' |h(? -Ins," whilst among the the deepest solicitation and sensation is discernible. Ihe r,ston of the "outs .s feasted by a rich and inviting r,e»r of the spo.ls —w'lile hunter knew* at the vitals of the ap nlican', until possession appeases the appe lite Oa t>e other hand, the "Ins," who have been feasting on government pap, are, by no means, dispose...

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. — 5 May 1853

VOL. B—NO 171 T-Tk I>Al Ijy dispatch Proprietor. BUGS R. PLEASANTS. Editor^ JOB PRINTING. I) 1 BPAT VII OKFI <: E, <:nrrrn«r Stroft, 1 doora from ."Main, RICHMOND, V« rnmpbtet*, I Bn.lneaa t'arda, Clrrwlnm, Hnnil!>lll». I Blank*. <Ve. Ac. I.abrW. every description. Prirt. ii '<! *hort notie» and upon reaaonable terms. jy. Orders for all kmda ot Printing will be re ef TZi sm 1 executed in the handaomeat atyle. lY KMitVu OK Til K KK.I NH L, I > XV CLOTHING STORE, from 132 to 98 Main Strn;t third door above 14th Street—where may be t.'und the largest and beat got up Stock of Kend? Jlade Clothing ever offered to the ci t«' r>» oi H.chm nd Our Stock corapriaea every style. quality and color of Sack, Dress and Frock Coats tor Spring and Summer wear. Plain and Fancy Caaaimere Panta of every atyle and quality imaginable; plain and figured Silk. Satin and Mar aeillea Vesta in endlesa variety. ASao, a very large and select Stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Uooda, I'mbrei...

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. — 5 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. r ~ipy Xhe circulation ot the Dally UUpatch ex aseda considerably thai of all .the Dally paper, ol Rlcbm nd combined. K I (' 11 M O N D . VA.t Tharsday Morning. May THE BEECHER STOWE CELEBRA TION IN GLASGOW. We take great pleasure in lay in* ° ur readers the fol'owing remarks of the Nl. ex press upon the proceedings ol this meeting and the principal actors in _ RrcE p TIO „ or THK "Owcl* Tom IK _ T , professional abolitionist Stowes in a rf woman abolitionist who ~ th,t TeTnch o« negro agitation-is a live and tJame * han f ctpr here at home, but when he noxioua j| r ari rf Mra. Stowe have gone, to ba^B*"*' l g°'d denounce, at the same time, their country, they are morally but little better tlian traitors. And as traitors, we apprehend fh* sober-minded and reflecting portion of mankind even in (.Teat Britain will by and by come to look up on them. It ia » pretty spectacle, indeed, that which » described in our newa by the Baltic, thia evening, namely : two profess...

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. — 5 May 1853

THE LATEST NEWS Railroad Accident—Yesterday morning as the Northern train of cars was proceeding to Aquia Creek, at about 40 miles from the city, neai Coleman's depot, two of the passen ger cars were throw n off the track by a piece of iron laying across the road, against which the w heels of the first car came in contact.— The cars were thrown upon one Bids—none of the passengers were hurt, however,and but little damage was done. The locomotive went on wiih the mail; the passengers remained at Mtlford until last evening when they ware ta ken on the up traim jTjp* Judge John Bannister Gibson, late Chift Justice of Pennsylvania, whose death wip announced by telegraph yesterday, has, tor the ls*i forty years, adorned the Supreme Bench, and has, by his eminent talents, con tributed much to elucidate and establish the jurisprudence of that Commonwealth. On Monday last the compositors en geeed in the office of Messrs. Sherwood, Bal timore, struck in consequence of the employ ment ol a ma...

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. — 5 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH StEASCRES SCHOOL TEACHINO. PfcEASI . h the mind*" unfolding! iwe. t «t u J" ht <nd the gmleleu word; To trai i characters are moulding SIS"*-* spitting") *SsS Vite'ffii sn®.'py£"'' •S&fts? •£tz;" s!5» 'pW.« • And »nd m»n.U .nt4 ! r,t on ("Jim pushed me io» n, ana got J dy: " > . . Ho shade of earthly s.irrow e'er ha» cloiid Existences. to themaU«oi «ny ( ne j ther .«) ("Bill's been a-pmc" ,n ■ fo m » hM been entrusted, A precious ch» of .^ arh you , 1)( , immortal mind— jiv'fwnM with this steel penit's got all mated!") thoughts and feelings kind, •p uTj them in the path which Heaven pleasea— T hook has got all tore to pieces!") <1 for more strength! more gentleness of spirit! More wisdom in tlie better way to guide— |"Iv"S got mv lesson now! O, please to hear it!") More patience to endure when "ills betide fjim Tavlor's give my arm a dreadful twist!") O' •■eh confusion ! school may be dismissed. As Incident. —A few mornings since,just as the cars had ...

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. — 6 May 1853

VOL. B—NO 172 TriK DAILY DISPATCH 2A3 A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. JOB PRINTINGS DIBPA TC II OKFI CK. Governor Street, '£ doors fr«m Main, RICHMOND, fa. Pamphlets, I BaatneM Cards, Circulars, 1 Tickets, llnndbllls, | Blanks, See. See. Labels, of every description. Printed hi short notice aud upon reasonable term*. ry Ordert for all kinds ot Printing wiil be re ceive.? and executed in the handsomest style. Removal ok thk franklin CLOTHING STORK, from 132 to 98 Male Street, tbird door above 14th Street—where may be found the larsest and be«t got up Stock of Keailv Made Clothing ever offered to the ci tizens of Richmond Our Stock comprises every ety!e, quality and color of Sack, Dres* and Frock Coats tor Spring and Summer wear- Plain and Vancy Cas'timere Pants of every style and quality imaginable; plain and figured Silk. Satin and Mar seilles Ve»t» in endless variety. Also, a very large and select Stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, t'mbrelles, Carpet Bags, S...

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. — 6 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH rar The circulation ot the Dally UUpatch ex weds considerably that of all the Drily papers ol Richmond combined- __ RICHMOND.* A.i Friday Morning. May 6» 1533- BRITISH INSOLENCE. The foul abuse which the visit of I,e Stowee to Great Britain has drawn down upon the U. States, might be passed by m " ® 0 contempt, were the relative situation o > 1 countries any thing but what it _ very moment that the whole popu s, " > " • land and Scotland are uniting m denouncing " th „ Hritish government slavery n Amer.ca, the «ri »>» « " • -red to which our holds io a bondage, conif own svstem is the very essence of merc>, one hundred millions of human being, in India.- ln Great Britain, itself.social slavery ex,ata .u a degree and to an ntent unknown elsewhere, - From authentic documents, even in Kussia. » it has been shown that at leaet one twelfth of the population are actual yaupert, depen dent for the bread that sustains their miserable existence, upon the bounty...

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. — 6 May 1853

the latest news Later Jrom the lirazot. ]Vsw Ori eans, May 3.—The steamer Brt , lm« arrived trom «he Brazos wilh $73 000 Sh' reports (hat the steamer Cin cinnati, from New Orlt ana, while attempting fr0 «(i (he Brar.oa liar on the 23d, wai driven • mor.g 'he breakers, and her engine disabled. •j-| ie vessel would prove a total lons, but the cargo «» s only alightlv damaged. Carvajal B8 » eliU imprisoned at Bro^hsville. O.irdtncr Cane— Washington Affairs \\ *«ni*>r.roN, May 4.—The Gardiner case „ R <! resumed this morning, and the court has l.cfn engaged all day in an argument as to the a< joiusability of a series of leiiera purporting 10 have heen written by J. C. Gardiner,and ot fered fi rst 1,1 contradict the witnesses, and se condlyon the ground of his being an accotn pike- The Secretary of the Treasury has issued orders for al l the clerks in his department to commence woik at hall past 8 o'clock in the naming, and continue daily until 4 o'clock in ihe afternoon at thei...

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. — 6 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. RICHMOND MARKETS. t«r tk* IK'* ending Tk*r*day Event*#. May o ICUimiT OORHKCTItO.i . BACON—Virginia cured, bog round, bring* Uto 10 eta; old Western ard Baltimore Sides 7J toB cents; Shoulders 31 to 9H cts; n"v ftidsa IS} to f| cts; Hams 12* to 13 ctt ; new Shoulders it to 71 cents. BUTTER is in fair snpply F rkin 18 to 20 cent* per lb.; fresh R011'25 ; Goshen 201» 2Sc*"». BEESWAX—27 a2B cts. P r lb.—with small re ■teftftTD COTTON YARNS-Thejrade In Cotton here is limited. 1 h<<i " __ •asses Sperm 31 a 33; Adamantine 25 a Jackson s to 124 cents on board lor good mix snd lump; »tollcentt tor blacksmith's "°CORN has declined. Sales during the week at 50 to 52 cents, scd the market dull. CORN MEAL—6S to 70 cents per bushel. FLOUR—A better leeling since the steamer's news. Sale* *> f rom "° te . and $4} on Basin frftftk. FLAXSEED—In demand at 81 25 per bushel. FEATHERS —Live geese 40 a 42 cts. FISH—No. 1 Mackerel 813J to 14; No. 2 $12 to 12i; No. 3...

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. — 7 May 1853

VOL. B—NO 173. Tib: DAILY DISPATCH JA.S A- COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. Tne following very rxcellent description of Bisnkind—or the travelling part of it—with gome trivial changes ofdress will answer very «*e!l for this country. It is from Chambers' E iinburg Journal,and is of course intended for the travelling British man: Mankind from n Railway Bar-Maid* Po'nt of View. Msrkhx) is composed of great herds of rough lookins; persons, who occasionally rush with f-ighifiil impetuosity into our refreshment rooms, calling for cups of coffee, and hot bran civ and water, which they tumble into them selves scaldine, and pay for in furious haste; hfter which thev rush out again, without eg. changing a civil word with anybody. Man kind, even of the first class, are dressed queer ly in pea coats, paletots, cloaks, and caps, with no son of attention to elegance. They indulge much in comforters, and green and red I andkerchiels, and sometimes lutle is seen of their visages bey...

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. — 7 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. - h 77. fcu |,ttoo ot Ibe Dallf DUpatcti'*• of all ,lhe Dally i>ap®ra ol Richmond —.— — ' Ric: H .MO wU • v *■' Kati'daT Morning. Way Ti — ; UNITED STATES AND EIKOI'EAN NAVAL FORCES. There ia no moment of our ""'"""" j j — pern naval powers, ™ tiona. »Ny one of which mfi(ins suit. It is well therefore to look toi of resistance and oiJVnce, s.nce the war will 01 resisianc .. j|h , h « ocean, even be connected neoei.sar.iy w. though it be fought out mainly on land From a statement in the Journal of Com - w„ r,re led to believe that our whole mere, we are ieu natv. if completely manned and equipped to morrow. would not carry more than 2,000 guns, or require more than 20,000 men. This is but a small show alongside of the formida ble French and English navies. It is true that we went to war in 1812, with just as great odds against us, we having not a ship-of-the line afloat, and not more than half a dozen frigates, and as many sloops and brigs, while great Britain ...

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. — 7 May 1853

THE LATEST NEWS ibkivai. TIIR htkahkh A-IA. Three Days loiter from Kurope. \ ork, May s.—The steamship Asia arrived, bringing Liverpool dates to the i ul<\ The Franklin had arrived at Cowes at mid n;cl,!onthe 22d. The passengers of the City Pi M iticheater had presented Captain Wylie »i;ii a silver tea service. ENGLAND. The only subject ot conversation in Eng land is the financial budget of th«* Chancellor of the Exchequer. It is generally approved, except so far as relates to the continuance of the Income Tax. _ , In the House of Lords, bnrl Clarendon H ta"><i that negotiations were still pending with ihe United States regarding the fisheries, but lhat in the meanwhile Admiral Ssvmour's f qua droit would cruise on the fishing grounds this vear as it did last. Kossuth's friends are taking staps to prose cute the L >ndon Times for libel,respecting the rocket business. Mrs. Stowe attended the banquet given in her honor at Edinburgh, where she was pre ,.fnte ! with the "Unc...

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. — 7 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH * Tobacco.—l» 'h« I ,o t' u ; r©My»-pTi<»« ?* lflken nt i,000,000,000, and I«<»' in o f,ne^ n reckoned as equal to that ol "SSoffl ol Denmark,or seventy a li produce of the whole world J .mi fo near two millions of t*n« •' J \ m X. Seventy ounce, a head, .a SSgHli|S£ 335? iUrSSESfS**. ?»"•"'»" "KEli!2 •«! »">*■■ "" a " ic " "'°™' 11 niluxed? Near half the British tonage entered inward or cleared outward last f ««Jld Ue rt quired to convey the quanti -7 (.h?« \merican weed, ol" which the value, ty of this A - un( t will amount to nearly ar.s**'<»>< h u t ,*"'! in 4' «*• SoL-Journal of the Slatutual Society, t. xvi, part I- In India, a short time sines, several military tpntleraan'were sitting, after dinner, over their wine, when one of the party turned pale, and •aid,'" a snake has coine in and twisted itself roandmy leg and that of the table." His com panions hastily rose, in order to kill it, but he said, " if you awake ir, it will slick its fan...

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. — 9 May 1853

VOL. 8-NO 174 11 K DAILY DISPATCH 'ja.S. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLiEASANTS, Editor, V \ K \TIIAIKON, POR PRE i. t SERVING, RESTORING AND BEAUTIFY j*i;. XUE HAIR.— Thrt Kathairon neutralizes the P-i. ctt o! Dt»"ase. Climate ar.d old iv, in restor ic'j buman hair, and alter a baldness of IS jfitrs; cleanses the head from Dandruff and Ita jUvira'. impurities; will cure the Nervous Head ache, du> >•>•« of the skin, such as Scald Head, E & - c < KE "i is the most desirable Toilet Artt' le for Ladies' or Gentlemen'* use, in the v iriii it exhales the perfume of the most deli ci .us i r* and being free from rancid oil or col o-.ai properties, gives the hair that soft, rich, curl (u »; pearance obtained by no other preparation. ite use of the Kathairon is adopted by the first Pfcyfc'.ans sa Europe and America, and has a sale » i patronage unprecedented In the history of the /ilaier j.i Mtdica. Words alone are superfluous; s trial only can attest its real virtue, as...

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. — 9 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. r~ar* The circulation of tin* Daily DUp*tch ex ®e3scoMider«bly that of all .the D«Uy °» — richaioN P . VA.« Motidnr Morning, itliiy •« SOUTHERN LI IEKARV MESSENGER MAY NUMBER. This number is not so good as some we« seen } yet it contains several things wor eepecial commendation. A " lon * . ceum known i ~V . ond substantial acqu.re mer ThiHecture is chiefly remarkable for . . . - rM , deal of strong common jr.e,T' comparatively small space, having been condensed, Apparently, with great labor, , D d certainly, with a very uncommon degree of success. It 'a full of suggestion, and would properly form a basis for an extent of com ment altogether inconsistent with the limits o this paper. The famous postulate of Lofd Bacon, "knowledge is power," lies at the bottom of this discourse, and the lecturer has applied its teachings to the case under e®nsideration with great skill. The tory Allison, in his continua tion of his history, has some very characteris tic remarks up...

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. — 9 May 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. the railroad ACCIDENT at nor. WALK—FURTHER PARTICULARS. Noßwai *, Cons., May 6.—The loss of life by Ife terrible railroad accident at the draw bridge is greater than was at first apprehended At the time of the accident the train was run ning at the rate of fifteen miles per hour. The blame rest* withth" engineer, the budge ten' der having displayed the usual signals, as was certified to by many of those who escaped.— The statements, however, are very conflicting, and it is impossible, amid the general excite ment and confusion, definitely to ascertain the facts. SECOND DESPATCH. t I'. M—Forty-five dead bodies have been reeoveied from the river and the wreck of cars, and it is probable that many mure have been lost. The engineer and fireman have been ar rested, and j*ill undergo an examination to* xnorrow. Patstngert Saved. —The following persons are among ihose that escaped without any se rious itjun : Jarti".< Mining, A A Sponrer, I)r Benson, E Tail t I'D ilunge...

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