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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 1 March 1852

VOL 2--N0 114. THE DAI I, Y DISPATCH. ~>AS. A. COWARDIN. Proprietor. HU«JH rTImTk.XSANTS, Editor. CASH TERMS OK ADVERTISING. 1 « U sre, 1 insertnntO 50 1 1 square, 1 month 94 00 1* do 'J insertion. 075 | 1 do 2 mon'h. 700 , 1 do 100 I do A do 10 00 t , week 175 | 1 do 6 do 1 M \ do 2 weeks 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 Communications aro charged at the tune r wss advertisements. r» " Tm lines or U*» make a tquart; longer adr * -< meats in exact proportion, and payable in adV ri** Advertisements Inserted once a week, twice Si 5 Vk.' or three times a week, will V ;harqed SO c -r.ts tor the first insertion, and 37j cents lor each C Marriace notices inserted for 25 cents; Fun rs! notices iS cents; Deaths, without obituary or t'jr»'a' invitation, 12} cents. The " Daily DisrATCH" is served to subscriber* . giz gyd r. quarter cmts ptr vrfk. payable to the c .rrier weekly, Price for mailing, $1 a year in adv icoe. TDK WEEKLY DISPATCH , _ a ,v . j every Friday morning, and ma...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 1 March 1852

n THE DAILY DISPATCH. ■ rvr TO ADVKKTlHKK».~Theclroul»aon i. TH.M ««■» M tafj« '« *** ...up, n«iW paper the city of Richmond. to pother U. medium of advertising- ——- UICII.MOND, VA.i MnnJnT Morning, March 1. THE END OF THE WINTER. Yesterday closed one of the most extraordinary winters we have ever had in Virginia, since it was a State. With comparatively little snow, we have had some of the coldest weather we ever experienced in this latitude. What effect has been produced upon the wheat crop, we are unable to say. We should judge, however, that it has been anything but beneficial. The ground not being covered by enow, has been liable to crack open fiom the severe frosts, and to throw up the blade ol the crop. Nor have we heard from the fruit trees, though we do not apprehend that the cold has been sufficiently severe to kill them, as it has done in New Jersev and other States lying under a higher parallel of latitude. We had some very fine days in February. We hope thev were not bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 1 March 1852

THE LATEST NEWS- OF STKAJIKK AFRICA. Throe Oftj« L«l*r from Rurspe. further Decline in Bremdthtffi—Cotton Firm, \tw York, Feb. 28.—The Royal Mail Strainer Africa reached her wharf here to-dav at I*2 o'clock. Site loft Liverpool on ihc 14t"h and consequently bring# three day#' later B,hiccs than brought per the Atlantic. | N, ; , A >i). —Pailiatnentary proceedings are unimportant—a vote of censure on the Irish (Jo*eminent, relative to nn action brought by (iic editor of "The World," against the chief Svivt.'ii * of Ireland, was to be brought for* Xnrd on "the 19th, and would probably cause a j,solution of the Ministry. j'KvNi t. — V slight disturbance had occurr,\; in. no disiiict in which the populace were v :h d:l:i.'iilty dispersed. The French Gov-I (ri !»cnt h:id resolved to request the llelgian .•o*eminent to remove the monuments trotn the !:> ld et Waterloo. " K.-v> — I'he French troops were regarded vi;h the greatest abhorenee by the Pope and ;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 1 March 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH CvrreapMdence of the Dbpatck. Tettimonial to J. Fennimore Cooper—Hit Coine Uncord the Preto— The Mint. New York, Fob. 25. The much talked-of Testimonial in memory of James Fennimore Cooper, the novelist, took place this evening at Metropolitan Hall. A large concourse had collected Jti the Hall, at an early hour, attracted by the occasion itself not leas than by the promise of a eulogy from W'm. C. Bryant, who wa* long an intimate friend of Mr. Cooper. The chair was taken by Hon. Daniel Webster, who made a few remarks in sympathy with (he objects of the fathering. Mr. Bryant'a Oration was very U>ng, but artracted marked attention by the clearness of its narrative, and the finish of rla atyle. It begins with a view of the early lite and career of Mr. Cooper, traces the progress of his works, ar.d devotes a cons'derable epace to a consider uion of his contests with the newspaper press of this country. Mr. Cooper mingled some years sinco in political quesli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 2 March 1852

VOL 2--NOlls. TWK DAILY DISPATCH. A COW ARDIN. Proprietor. Bl , ; u lt Kdltor. TKKMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 ;„«ertionfO 50 I 1 square, 1 month #4 00 1 •' or '»« 75 1 do 2rnon'ht 700 1 i° V do ICO 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 f l we.* 1 i I do 6 do 16 00 ] f] o»,vk. 2Ts|l do l ye*r 3000 ry Communication* are charged at the .hum . r,;.i advertisement*. . , , ' r4r Ten <"■ U " wa *< " '?T ; h fS*l r T £3ementt in exact proportion, and payable in adr »£SjL Inserted on re a work, twice or three time, a »«k. w,ll b.. barged » , or ,hc hr»t insertion, and .V?i cents lor each C 3 \lHrri«ff* notice* lo««rt«d for 25 cents; Fu.Sfnotices 3?> cents; Deaths, without obituary or f.ntr*' invitation, 12£ cents. Tfce -DULV OisrATCH U served to subscribers jwr •«*. P«T»W« to the c.rrter weekly. Pnc« for mailing, #4 ay oar in adT4CC6. _____ THE WEEKLY DISPATCH . ~ pobdshed every Friday moramg. and mailed 'L DOLLAR A YKAB ToCujis, tor Sssixeoniestor #10 thirteen copies; for #15 twenty c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 2 March 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. tf TO ADVKKTl*KK*.~TheeircuUtion Of UM OIIfATCH it TRUI TIMES U lITK u that Of any .>ther Daily p.tpnr in the city of Richmond. It i« th*n*fore t rr«tl\ superior to ut other m ■ ■iMtiiim tf %!*er!i»ins. RICHMOND, VA.i Toewdnr Morning, Marrk «§, 1859. The Monument upon the Field of Waterloo From present appearances, we ahould judge that the threatened removal of this monument it more apt than anything else to produce a war between France and England. "What great events from little causes spring" writes the poet. To a man who has no intereat in tha matter, it would seem that this would be a very smalt matter for two nations to make the ground of a bloody war. It would be so useless, too, in every view of the case, that we can hardly imagine it possible. The French could never wipe out the disgrace (if it were a disgrace) of their defeat, by pulling down the monument designed to commemorate it. That defeat is a fixed fact. The English, who tell us that we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 2 March 1852

the LATEST NEWS- IPHCTHKK VORBIWN INTBI.LIGFM7K BY THE AFRICA. KnglaM'.—Tlie Parliament proceedings „ r ,e'ernfrHllv very unimportant. In relation lo the case of the Englishman h<> had been assaulted at Florence by an A,, ? inan officer, Lord Granville stated that he had directed the Fnglish Minister there to see that redress was obtained. * vote ct censure upon the Rritish government relative to the action lately brought by the editor . t" the World against the Chief Secretary for Ireland was to be brought foward on the 19»h. The utmost consternation was felt bv the ministry. The Paiis correspondent of the Daily IVews • certs thr.t the French government had resolved upon culling upon the Belgian government to rcr vc the monumental lion and other eominemoiative monuments raised upon the field of iterloo. The attempt,if made, will be formally retikrtwl by England. j KOl t".—Nothing ot interest has transpired in Fiance bevond the indications of a alight disturban...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 2 March 1852

the daily dispatch THE WRECK OF THE MISSOURI. Mr. John E. Gowen, the contractor for re* Moving from the Bay of Gibraltar tfec wreck of the late United Statea steam frigate Missouri, writes as follows of the success «f his efforts, under date of January 14th: "I arrived at this place about the aniddle of August. Immediately after mv arrival we made a survey of the steamer Missouri, and (bund from two to six and a half feet of water over various hcavv portions of hef machinery, which was emit civ covered with oysters and shells. We then made a succession af submarine explosions, consuming about _ eighteen hundred pounds of gunpowder. Tbe effect waa very satisfactory, as it separated some connected portions of machinery, which had becooic so much corroded that no joints or openings could be delected by my divers. It also broke in pieces immense bodies ot cast-won, auch as cylinders, ceuder.sers, a»r pumps, working beams, and steam eeesta, some of them weighing seven and eight tons in a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 3 March 1852

VOL 2-NO 1 ■UK DAILY DISPATCH. "/AS A cow A RPIN, Proprietor. iiroH E. fLKAMMW, TERMS OK ADVERTISING. „ ,wrti,'n I 1 square, 1 month #4 00 2 insertions 075 ! 1 do 2tnon'ht 700 q <j 0 100 1 do i do 10 00 > *1 n-oek ? 7 r i ; 1 do 6 do 16 00 \ t i™.** 2 75,1 do 1 year 30 00 r»*Ct>tV'municatioM at* charged at the same T £f«s ad>* rtiscnunts. 1 y j- i , j.ifj, or i, yf a tquart; longer ad v dements in exact proportion, and payable inadV 'rs" Advertisements inserted once a week,twice \ t 0 , three times a will be ibarged SO *«*ts i r the first insertion, and .?7j cents lor each C Varriago notices inserted for 25 cent*; Fu--«rv'notices 25 cents . Deatus, without obituary or • ici'ral invitation. 12J cents. Tke - Dailv Dispatch - is served to subscribers s r - a'd a charter cttM prr texk. payable to the C.Trier weekly Pnct for mailing, £4 ayearm advisee. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH , sub'.shffd every Friday morning, and mailed ' o>; k dollar a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 3 March 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. TO ABY IS llTlsiKitW.—Tte*'circulation «f the Disr \TCH U TMRKK timks as larij* u that of «ny otW I)«ily | > n cit T Richmond. It >» therefor* treatly superior to any other a* a ■wviiu'.n •>'. idvertis'ng. RICHMOND, VA.t Wriliip«'«y Morning, March 3, IS.Vi. MESSRS. CLEMKNS AND RHETT. Our brief telegraphic despatches, and the letter of our Washington correspondent, have advined our readers that these two gentlemen have had a personal altercation in the Senate of the United States. The language employed in the controversy wns altogether unsuited to that place. There was a time when such was not indulged there; hut in late years the dignity of the Senate has been somewhat impaired : and although this bout between the Southern Senatois does not create as much surprise as it would have done twenty years ago, it is still very much out of place uttered there. On the 23d ol December last, Senator Clemens, of Alabama, made a speech o:i the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 3 March 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. ~~l V 771 re *>'1' R° w ,N Haiti more.—Montiav crenlfig. the Rev. Mr. Lealiey, the Lec-ti.-fi on Catholicity, attempted to deliver one v j-is lectures iu Baltimore. Soon after he n.enced its delivery, there were nmnistakc- \\ 'c signs of a row, which the Reverend Lee- - •,( thouc'nt too serious lor him to remain, v i bo hastily w.thdrew. The Mayor had i, waited upon during the day, (says the H i:..,>reSu-.) by respectable people, of va-r:o!-.s religion? denominations, and requested •, p'-event, i'~ possible, the delivery of the , ; ->cof Lectures, under the impression that , * would be the consequence. The Mayor e was the fast friend of freedom of dis- , .uid could not proceed to prevent the I t;:rer frci:*. delivering his Lecture* ; but he en.lc a» rto pievent any disturbance.— i■, accordingly a stong police force nt the the L cture. The Lecturer desisted, „ vor> , a fust appearance of the itidig- • v ; d.-monstration, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 3 March 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH The Mormons.—The following is the card of Mr. Berniusel, spoken of in our telegraphic dispatch yesterday : A Caru.—ln the Washington and New York papers there is news by telegraph that the Mormons at Great Salt Lake City had published a declaration of independence, in which they assert their determination to set up a republic for themselves, and that the United States authorities are put at defiance. All the United States officers had left. The people were preparing to resist all authority by fortifying their settlements. 1 have no hesitation in pronouncing this all a mistake. From my last advices received fiom the authorities in Utah, I am certain that no such state of things was ever thought of or contenipleted as that described iu the paragraphs of the newspapers alluded to. It is either a sheer fabrication or m misunderstanding growing out of the United States officers leaving the territory last autumn. JOHN M. BERNHISEL, Delegate from Ltah. United States Hote...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 5 March 1852

-VOL. 2--N0 HB- DISPATCH. ~IAS A COWARDlN^Proprletor. ' nfiill R rinS3JSAST». *««•»• CA j « irKMTt>V"Ain2 :RT,fINO ' , .X rtuTniO .HH 1 »£>»"*,\ m <** * $ 3 «'. k ' ' ' 075 j 1 do tfmon»l»7 00 j : ao I « i «« i ' 0 •« > V 1" J do c do 16 00 >wc»-M *7515 do 1 yeaf 30 00 r-3- r *mm«nieatn*i« *«* charged at the same •?*« ad-' rtis< me«». 1 Lii r, or bit *<*<' « f «d- --»* ;,.i.<'*ael proportion, and V ayat>4«. Badv"' - . j v <*"t" - n»enia Inserted once a week,twice f*. M ;ve femes » *«ek. will be *har*»d M * u ," i».V frs< insertion, and -*7j cents tor«M4 f V~s-V »r oje notice* ir.wrted for 23 cents; Fu--5* Deaths, without owtaary or r , ' h ••- 134 cents. " u;ir Di*r*TCH •is sirred to subscribers „ eJ « . mrur Ct»i» prr payable to th« we-kiy Price for mailing, U ayeartn adt tcoe. _ — - THE WRBKt* DISPATCH *w*ry Prftlfty ifcflit toaiSMI j *lS » vstß To Ct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 5 March 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. irV TO ADVEttTMISIW— Thpcircttlatfctt •( ibe Di watch is thsek tines as large as that of way jth«r Daily pap«r in the city of Richmond, it t» thenjfore gn**t!j superior to any other aa a milium of *dvertiaing. . RICHMOND, VA.i Friday Morning, Mtnk 3, 1532. AFFAIRS OF EUROPE. The late foreign news shows that there are military preparations going on in England, Belgium, Austria, and other nations. What is the occasion for it is not very clear, unless it be simply the general condition of affaiis in Europe, which, although wearing the appearance of substantial and powerful authority of rulers, and complete submission of people, are yet not of such long standing as to mike a sudden rupture very suprising. There are jealousies among the nations of Europe of a strong and undying nature which stirred a little, by even very trying causes, might bring on a genera! war. The rumors of the hostile intentions of France—her application for the removal of the monument ou the fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 5 March 1852

the latest news. The Franklin's A",vices. Ai'stbia and the United States.—We following in the correspondence ot the I.'ndon D ily News. t , , , The official papers confirm the fact of a des- > ttch having been ireeived by the last AmericiY, post, from the Chevalier Hulsemann, Aus- (: iin Charge d'Affairs at Washington, stating ; u "he had broken off all diplomatic interc'luse with the Government of the United t»;*tes.' The position of the American rcpreV>;,tative at this court has long been both diffi--(t and disagreeable. The behavior of both , o court and the cabinet toward him has been , % suffered to be commented on in the censor t'.i.len press, attd, after a residence in Vienna , ahoJt twelve month*, he is stated never to i\e been received by the Emperor till within i o last week or so, and then very coldly, and , tin a private audience. I'm iavj.—ln the House of Commons on ; o'lsiih u!t., Lord John Kussel brought tors' mi the second grand measure of the s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 5 March 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL JUCHMOND MARKETS. Wtrr tkt week ending TkurnUf Evening, M*sc 4 [CAREFULLY COHftXCTRD.j BACON i«ia good demand. Virginia cured, hog round, KIJ ctt; prime Western and Baltimore tides 9) to 10 eta; Shoulder* 9J ; Ham* 10J to HiBUTTKJfc—Firkin 10 al6 lb. Fresh Roil SO a 25cU. GofheiJ, in kegs, 13 to 19 cts. BEESWAX—22 a 23 cts. per lb.—with small .receipt*. no chaa>T. COTTUN AND COTTON YAFNB—The trade In Cotton here is limited. The quotations arc 75 ■' fc» cts. Cotton Yarns 17 cts per !b. COFFEE is brif k. with sn improving tendency. Old Java 11! to 121; Laguayra to 93; Kio S>i to 10 cts; Cape 81 a 9 cte; Mia.'lla 12$. CANDLES—TaIIow lOjalli; HsJl's patent 13; Sperm 43 a 46, Adamantine 2.'j a i"f.- Jackson a patent 12$. , . , COAL—IO cents on board for gooi mixed, tine *nd lump; fctoU cent# for blacksmith* coal. CORN-—6O to C2J cenU per bushel ol Jt» lbs. for old and now. CORN MEAL—7S to 80 cents per buiwsj. FLOUR LastsaJss ol scottevi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 6 March 1852

VOL 2—NO 8-110. THK daily dispatch. ~JAS A COW ARDIN. Proprietor. m «JII It. I'J I - K ASA > TH, Kdl tor. C': : H TERMS OK APVKRTISINU. , v t'O 5® ' 1 square. 1 month 00 ' • • nserr.orsC 75 1 "do 2mon'h* 700 } V do iCO 1 do 3 do 10 00 ' r, 1 w .vk 175 1 d. 6 do Ifi CO ' I -i w.vks v , 1 CO 1 year 30 00 r"37" C( mm<uJoati« ns ar- barged at tho j f fit B-ivflrtuwcnto. j, , , l%( - o- i, .<4 r.0.-,c <i trnt.rt; longer ad- ¥ --*• tr er.t,« in t xact proportion, ar.d pay able in ad % r~~ • ",s '• "er'.' i rr ce a week,twice or Arc Ukm < * *«k. wffl «fcarc«d » C - a r ;k'- :s«t -rat rtu n, a..d J7j cents lor each C rW* VarAftfe actio ; inverted for 25 cents; Fu- -,* . vr<"-> '& cent* ; >'*« a.as, without obituary or v : r,rtwai«. cents. "-p;. I'triiV Dispatch" -is served to subscribers .. r ~- „• f , t -,:rr#r wtt f-rr teeth, payable to the -itri r wvkfy. Price fcr mailing, $4 a year in aiv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 6 March 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. i vt AIM i ut.ciicjl»ui.>n of the Dispatch U thus tiwbs m Urge as that of any other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. It is therefore greatly superior to any other as s mc Hum of orfver'istrc. RICHMOND, VA.s Saturday Morning, March 6, ISSJ. LONG SPEECHES. The papers have of late commented very justly upon the length of the speeches now-a-days, in the public assemblages. Debate has become the great bore of the age. The public busines£ is delayed beyond all precedent by it, and the public money is wastefully expcujej io talk that has bccoine to be the merest trash and nonsense. Ihe free and equal nalare of the privileges under our government, of course stimulates debate ; and the en iting character of the active electioneering with the people, encourages a habit of political wrangling which is carricd iuto the Legislative Hails and piactised there with unflagging pertinacity. The propensity of the Representatives to propitiate the feelings of the peop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 6 March 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. FORKHJN INTELLIGENCE. [TKR THK AMERICA.] We give below- some dctnls in addition to (S,. iC | ullishcd yesterday morning by telegraph. Ln,m-asp. —The Ministry were most unexpectedly defeated on the Militia Bill. Lord I'aSmcrston proposed an amendment, upon which the Ministry joined issue, and were defeated bv a vote of 136 to 125. The event was unloeke'd for, as the Ministry on the previous iiisht ha,l a telling majority on Lord IS'nny.'s - "lion concerning the Clarendon and Birth ,-v, .. receiving 137 out of 232 votes. ,\:l certs of rumors were afloat at Liverpool ,« lo who was likely to succeed Lord John |xu-s«rll. \ coalition was expected between > i James, and Lord I'almerston. \\ -eti the Premier announced his resignai i ii. 'lie greatest astonishment was felt, as no o; .c #ai prepared for this result. It is said in thf House that the Queen will not appoint I'alursion, but that the Earl of Derby will at once acccpt. Tl'.e Irifh brigade voted with the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 6 March 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH -» C wmiwKtewt .m th« Dttyatfk. March iH e other aud it* Accident*—A Sketdi. of the Mi* tory of Cotton—lnteresting Statement*. The March weather has made its mark in slippery pavements and broken heads and limbs. The day has been very disagreeable, and liable lc induce sickness, but to-night is pleasant and moonshiny, a:id restores our good humor. The montltl?' meeting of the New York Historical Society was held this evening, at the Univer*ity,nnd as the subject of the evening was one of peculiar interest, whieh will attract the attention of Southern readers, yeu will pardon me fur introducing a brief sketch of the main points of a capital paper, rend by Mr. John G. Dudley, of this city, apon trie "History of Cotton and the Cotton Mauufecture."— Abounding in statistical and historical, as well as biographical information, this paper will have a permanent value. J will a few passages. The early history of cotton is invoked in considerable obscurity. It is not menti...

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