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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 20 May 1853

T HE DAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. RICHMOND iUAKKETN. F*f «*e «*«* ****** Tkvrtdtif Em inf. Mny i 9 | CAHEFVLLY COBBIkCTItn.i BACON— Virginia cured, hog round, 9lti> 10 cU: old VVeatern and Baltimore Side* 74 to 8 cent*, .Shoulder* 34 to 6X ct»; new Sidfs£» to Hi ct*; Ham* 12# to 13 cu; new Shoulder* <4 to 7§ cen;». BUTTER >• in fair supply F rkin 18 to 20 cent. Mr lb.; Ireih R01123 ; Goahen £0 to »«"«»• BEESWAX—27 a2BcU. P r lb.—wiw *mall re- COTTON YARNS.—The trade In Cotton here it limited. The quotations!«w M to lOcta. Cotton Yarn* 1? to '• ( f u , p !*L l^vrl , lot t „ COFFEE—OId Java 11 to 12; MuniTli ?1* 10* ; Kio Hto 10 ct»; Cape 81 a• , ct ' MHnl | a CANDLES—TaIIow 12* a 13 - Ilul ' 4 P t 'Vk« ( ' l Sperm 31 a 33; Adamantine -5 a 31. Jackson • 4 —lo to 124 cent* on board for good mis •d fine wd lump - Stollcent* for blacksmith". "°CORN ha* dec'ined. Sale* duiing the week at 5g to 60 cent*, atd l&e market dull. CORN MEAL—<® to 7 ' J C « BM P er bushel. FLOUR—'Ih...

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. — 21 May 1853

VIOL. 3—NO 185 i il| DAILY DISPATCH C j&H ML COWARDIN, Proprietor. B Uofc R. PLEASANTS. Editor. = \lu ckinriNti Writ B-ornrr .llntn nnd I'JthStrceti. rjiji •■Mndemtgneii having, at gr*mt expense, fit I "fP a complete and nkw csiablithment. in t(,r i<!!• 'uoting the "ilosk and Job Printing Basin*" 1 *" tn all its branches, under the name EM MITT, FORE & CAMPBELL. leal printers, and having been engaged from ,to nine years past in some of the best es tsii isbmfl n'* in tha city, we flatter ourselves that w c ompetent to execute printing in a work r aMinflr, and on as reasonable terms as can t«, c!ir.' such as Check*, Blank's. Cnrdx, firral" la, linndbllla, l.abc'a, Hill Ueads, Pamphlet*, ic. Ac VV>' fc w, by attention to business, and faithful e«<vuUo(n of work to merit, what we now solicit, * itisre -if public patronage. WM. H. CLEMMITT, L. H. FORK. mT U—ltn J HARVEY CAMPBELL NTmi k.—planteks' bawk of Virgin ia —Books of subscription to the capital stock of the Plante...

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. — 21 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. r9» The circulation ot the Daily Dispatch e«- JSTcon.lder.bly that of all U« Daily papers ol Richmond combined- RICHMOND . V A.i patMornJn*, May 'it, 1833. THE VOTE ON MONDAY We understand the Attorney for the Com monwealth, to whom the matter was referred bv the Council, ha. decided ihat the d.v..,0n of Monroe Ward into two Wards, did not ef feet the notice given to the citizens of Rich mond. Of course we felt sure thai such would be his decision. The voting will proceed on Monday. .— CENTRAL RAILROAD. Should Richmond, on Monday next, hesitate to subscribe the nroposed $200,000 to enab e tt.e road 10 complete its connection with the treat Ohio line, it would be the most remarka ble instance of blindness to her true interests, ever occurring within our knowledge. There is an inexhaustible treasure in the West ready to pour into her lap if she will only aid in opening the channel by which it is to come, f Richmond, heretofore,has seemed obstinately determined not ...

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. — 21 May 1853

THE LATEST NEWS AKKIVAL.OF THK AKltli A> THREE DAYS LATER KROM EUROPE. P»EW York, May 19.—The B | PBmPr Africa arrived at her wharf at half paat one o'clock this alternoon, having been detained bv rough weather, bringing Liverpool dates to'the 7th in?!., and 67 passenger*. The Africa paaaed the City of Mancl ester on the 9th at d the steamer America on the Bth KKGLAJVD. The debate in Parliament on the rocket af fair full* exonerates Kossuth from nil proprie torship <»r participation in their manufacture The » hole atuir i« believed to have originated in an over-anxtety to satisfy Russia and Aus tria as M lite English pledge of watchfulness on ihe movement* ol the refugees. Mr. DufVy, the Irish member of Parliament 771 sdf a blundering speech in Parliament) charging the government with corrupting the liij.ii members. 1 ' )e offensive words were ta- Ken down, and he was cited to answer before the House. \ , »>; inn '•! ol the Peace Conference have soiirii F.irl Clarendon to i...

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. — 21 May 1853

TtiE DAILY IHSPATCH ""SeSSILLE TO thk Last —It h*» been ob ne*Wd I , the medical writers that death is frequently preceded by insanity, a fact which ha* occasioned the remark that it was not «w --tonishwg, tor every b.idy kn-w thai• *»»__ get madder they were abrut to "f"- . This reminds u, of n which occurred many years ago in Philadelphia Court, i a pretty young widow was hi o two-thuds u( her husband # estate, - grounding their claim on the aj **- prf , m j ß « of the defunct. It may he ai well 10 t nvj that thepresiding Judge was no vial, hut also very gallant. words?" "What were your hu*b«nJ s la>< words inquired the nt "> Tne J- , b | Uß hed, and look The pretiv young wi.iow u,u ine do *n, replied, (> "iji'mdee "»ou «■«'. VOUr Cl#im widow declined to tell.- At last, a <3ir«c« appeal from the bench elicited ■he information. "He said, kiss tne, Pollv, and open that other bottle of champagne!" We know not whether it was admiration for the deceased husband, or the l...

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. — 23 May 1853

VOL. 3—NO 186 f,g DAILY DISPATCH A COWAHDIN, Proprietor. gUaH H. PLEASANTS, Editor. v W VKI NTINtJ OK F li'E, , ~o m or lUntn and tilth Streets. ~ v; .-.(ier»ign>* & having, at great expense, fit- I \ ' up « complete and new establishment, in , ; |..-,n,luct!ri th-' "Book nnd Job Printing i" in all its branches, under the name * lj 8t (-;,: MM!TT, FORE A CAMPBELL. .. „ r »r':cal printer®, and having been engaged ; , \ v ,. •(, nine years paat in some of the best es -1 «b'meat( i» th.'city, we tistter ourselves that " rom <)etent to execute printing in a work " " ... r s ,n'. : er. and on as reasonable terms as can fi" Checks, Blank*, Card*, ( ircnl'TS. Handbills, Labe a, Bill Heads, Htttyition to business, and faithful -U: . :i of work to merit, what we uow solicit, * , o* iiub.ic patronage. ' WN.H. CLEMMITT, L H. FORE, J HARVF.T CAMPBELL. r»"vrSo> A BOOTH, Ui'HULSIEKERS \) PAPF.R HANGERS, respectfully in i -t ti. s ; u jfic, that their Spring assortment of j -51-1 the ...

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. — 23 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. 1 ry. Thn «; Richmond combined- ■ iHcH WON** . VA-« !*•■««« T Msrnfl, w ' lßg3 '- HE ss< km*rio* to the Central Rail Uoap. The writer of this, ju«t returned from the Valley of Virginia, has barely time before c!o«ing the paper, to say that the people "I Richmond can form no idea of the deep inter est felt there in the question to be decided to day. They do not look at the consideration of dollars and cents in the matter, if the sub scription is made it will be considered an evi dence of good will which the people along the road and in the Valley will, they say, meet in the same spirit. If it is not made they will look upon it as an exhibition, at least, of in difference, which will alienate their feelings towards Richmond and make them look else where for that friend-hip they will despair of finding here. What is it, then, the duty and interest of Richmond to do t CENTRAL RAILROAD. We make one more appeal to our citixens before they go to the polls to day. Thx...

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. — 23 May 1853

THE latest news. T --The Northern train was detain 11<r0 or three hours yesterday morning by ,t, e breaking cf an nile. This accident oc curred some miles above Richmond. Tut Northern Mail.—We failed to re vive our Northern papers last evening. KRIVAL OF TUB UNITED STATES. THIRTEKW DAYS I ATfK FROM CALIFORNIA. OrdeaNS, May '20.—The steamer n iie<i Slates r.rrived to day with dates from -sr. Francisco of the 30th ult., being thirteen j,,, s later. The passage of the United States »s splendid orie, the whole trip not eccupy iR t £odavs. I he Graud Jurv in the case of the steamer Independence bad rendered a decision, in which they give the opinion that the vessel wSS wholly unseaworthy, at and before the ,;1C , ; (i e accident, and that much blame at • sc !:c« to I' r owners ia allowing her to be M 'i lie transportation ef passengers, „ i,!!' . n.t'it have know n that such was the Cfc v " 1 t San rrancisco continued dull, • t . i!< i- o' flour had been able, in some H ces, tn ...

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. — 23 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH ~ i • mi'owtcc melodious *ad touching om th«ven ot thelaM lamented WiI. I. ( P i.. „ td was written t»y him foramarly uuaai-er ot Tke Kni:kerbocktr Mjgaunt: A SONG OK MAY. Tie Bciing'» sconted budi all a.ound me are i« ] l' Tbeit-ere song* In the •trcam, there t« health in the gale; A s*>nsc ot delight in each besom >« dweiling. As ii >«• the pure day beams o'er mounts a vale; . . . The dfsu!ate reign of Old Winter is broken The verdure is fresh upon every tr*®; Of Nature's rerivftl the charm, and s CI iove, oh tliou Spirit Beauty The sun looketb forth irom th* hsKs of the mora a.A,.«. i U rTrot'K- b,)f> " f . tb "v y '* r , : , 119 filli With ni a light all th* bi>ui-breathlng „ the zenith, and laughs on the wave; He mour so the z p ,iJn< wh:ch the broad rlTere Itve. The vou..g bird Uout on his deiic.te pinion- He timJtys ils -.n the Infinite sky; 1 "m-iing to May, acd her tatry dominion, U« pouri music on the west-wind s tragrant sigh; A- ucd, ...

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. — 24 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. VOL. S--NO 187. T IF. DAILY DISPATCH • Aft A COWARDIN, Proprietor. HU R PLEA3ANTS, Editor. - \i \V I'UlM'lMi tIfFICK, WrM corner Mntn and I 4th Street.. r-T l undersigned having, at great expense, fct i w R cot pleto and new o»taMi»hrtient. in vurtint; the "Book ami Job Printing HilHin'"'*"' in 811 * u branches, under the name * {y nJMMITT, FORK A- CAMPBELL. s!,:-./ va t'cal printers, and having been engaged »-' to Bine years past in some of the best rs , , thmPn t. in th*> city, we flatter ourselves that Ari , competent to execute printing in a work manner, and on as reasonable terms as can n»* such hh ChprU*« Blanks* Card> ? ('irrnlata. Handbills, I.abe's, Bill Head*, Fitmivkletsi ic. Ac . , u ' by attention to business, and laithful n of work to merit, what we now solicit, i i ,üblie patronage. sscsre t »- WM H CLE JIM ITT, L. H. FORE. mU _Tm J. HARVEY CAMPBELL. a BOOTH, UPHOLSifcKfcKS W AND PAPER HANGERS, respectfully In firm the puSlic, that their Spri...

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. — 24 May 1853

AI [, YDISI'AT CH. Richmond co«blt"' < f- e===:= Hl(!HJlOW 1»T V A.t Tuesday CENTRArRA ILRO A DS U U SCRI FT ION; By reference to the statement o b of the vote yesterday on the que*- > ■ciibing i*on^ ;:; n«2j>;;; Centra. Railroad, ,t w,U I * decided in the sflirmat ve by new# , 0 jority. and the measure Zl Tdvance the interests of this city beyond the expectations ol the most sanguine friends of the Subscription- The most valuab.e ,^C ° , wi || be produced by «t, will be the strengthening of ties that exist between the metropolis of the State and the western coun ties. Tampico.—lt appears from a full summary of the news, that it was General Woll, not Gen. Wool, who arrested and sent to Vera Cruz the ay untamiento of Tampico for refubing to publish the electoral decree which resulted in the election of Sauta Anna. The Cotr.ercio ' gives the following account of the affair : "Ever «ince the arrival of Don Francisco G. CagaDo ,a Commandate General of the State, he made known t...

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. — 24 May 1853

fITE LATEST NEWS. "U)T»TrU)NAL CALIFORNIA NEWS. We make some farther extracts from the rfW « bv the steamer Unit«d State*. The in lf ,'pnce from California by (hie arrival is tin- i fllpnrWt* r, e Hniship Golden Gat's on her paftpage 10 Panama one night, came in collision " . poothcr steamer, supposed to be the Si \V»«iia. The Golden Gate only sustained '"V, i jury, and. as" the other steamer kept on ,t "is supposed she w as not materially ' \\ , find no mention of the amount of cold mitby this mail, but the accounts from r ,ne« appear to be of a very favorable ' tires had occurred at San Francisco, l,:lii,ey wi re fortunately extinguished before • \ damage ot importance was done. i'ii • i u king house ot Paige; liacotl A" Co. ha.) been robbed of $3000. \ : « , -i i venes of gold near Negro Hill are > i;at>. on the 19,h of April, the hill -!> \ . sum of the citv front of San Fran * :.d» finitelv postponed by the ca«t r . -~««• Lieut. Governor._ :u ve (nisi ess wus anticipat...

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. — 24 May 1853

the" DAILY dispatch The P.iUDK.—Lord Bvron remarked th*t -u«iik»« delicata people .n word the l««* th*y «»-e "o "> ,u" ..in fer the most rrwriuricious mind * p <**'J lllo , a | ti>»t garment of words lo conceal in deformity. Every man of **»<*«*£ that the most accessible ladies " ire4 jeli make the greatest pretention toesc . . n caay. The block eyed, roir.pmf. (v an( j hearted girl, who speaks her attack without sffecldtion. is n» secor ( who « 4 the rock o. Cbraltan , rRS spends her mornings in P I 0 con ceal W«! a '-Stupid. and •he beauties ot art. devilment in P-yches is sare 10 eo, thedatk wrong. She is ever saei,e 'V h (<(v wfl(1) 9 „ Pr ihe publi something ! " Dictionary, wrote to the D^or "complaining of .he many naughtily wicked words his hook contained. Dr. John £ Infv rerlv was, " that he was sorry she had been looking for them." The Prude is al ways on a hoot of this kind. The difference between the Dublin and London young ladies was illustrated by a celeb...

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. — 25 May 1853

VOL. 3--NO 188 T; IF. I»AIL Y DISPATCH 'AS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor, >K\V PRINTING OFFICE, \Ve*t corner Main nnd 14th Streets. rfiir. .r.dersigned having, at great expense, tit I : i up i complete and new establishment. in ,,,r j cor ' tins the ♦'Hook n«nl Job Printing jiunine** ' in all at branches, under the name SIMITT, FORE A CAMPBELL. B P rs ' 0141 printers, and having been engaged i'-.-n nve : • nine years past in some of the best es ,»hm'T*« in the city, we flatter ourselves that v are competent to execute printing in a work jvc -.ke manner, and on as reasonable terms as can tx- <j. ne. such as Check*, Blank*, Cards, ( irciil.ii-. Handbills, Lake's, Bill Heads, I'auiphlciw, 4c, Ac We hofe, by attention to business, and faithful fX?cutiou t work to merit, what we now solicit, s f,.sre of ; übiic pstronase. WM. H. CLEMMITT, L H.FORE, tnv 11—'m J- HARVEY CAMPBELL. V»JatsoN Ar BOOTH. UPHOLSTEttfcHd , f AND PAPER HANGERS, respectfully in f.ira the ...

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. — 25 May 1853

THE nAIT.V DISPATCH. Richmond combtiwd- HO N U . VA.t Wednr.dnr »T*J ag » IS3^l THE WATERLOO ROUT ON MONDAY. The defeat of the "Oid Fogies" on Monday was more complete, even, than we had antici pated. We have headed this article ater loo," but Waterloo was but a circumstance compared to this rout. It has not kit ■ grease ■pottfold fjgeyism. . We congratulate the citizen* of Richmond upon the strong, manly, unsophisticated good sen?e thev have shown on this occasion, betokens 'the dawn of a new and a glor ous era for Riehmond-an era ol greatness of which neither she, nor we, nor any other per son, can form any conception. Yesterday morning her very existence hung by a thread. If she had failed to prove herself equal to the occasion, she would have lost all. Other im provements troin her Northern rivals would have been'pushed at once into the country she seeks to drain, and when she should have en tered the field at last, she would have found it pre-occupied to her entir* exclusion. I...

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. — 25 May 1853

TUB LATEST NEWS- ,hat following foreign «jments. Rome of which have benn an already, have been made by the Pre* „ m j (hit 01 her objects of pressing at* prevent his bestowing any further con* tr vn!i« n- »' present, upon appointments of OFFICIAL. »j>;«ter Plenipotentiary to Great Britain, , Buchanan, of Pennsylvania. Secreta- I | .jstion. John Anpleton, of Maine. r v stpr Plenipotentiary to Spain, Pierre c..; e ,t'Louisiana. _ . V , ;r r Plenipotentiary to Russia, Ihomas H^.T mour of CoatwetietM. «« i|Pt Plenipotentiary to Mexico, James 'V < a (i South Carolina. Secretary of • J>'hn Crips, of California, v - i Plenipotentiary to Prussia, Peter n ' Vroom o( New Jeisev. ' y- is.i Plenipotentiary to Central Amen* V in Borland of Arkansas. Secretary of j"*V v ' ; I'rederick A. Beelen of Pennsylva- i plenipotentiary to Brar.il, William r ' Tennessee, v . i i'leiiipotentiary to Chili, Samuel Mf I • ' ''» _ •,! . i lenipotentiary to Peru, Jo'in R. ,*. v ;i:, t' >nrg< d'Affa...

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. — 25 May 1853

TdE DAILY jiHai'ATCH TH : GRAVES OF A HOUSEHOLD. The* grew la beauty tide by tide, T ey filled ote bou»e with glee. Tbf ir graves are severed far and wide, O'er stream, and infant, and s-a. The tame fond mother bent a: night o>r each fair sleeolog brow; She had each folded fl >wer in sight: Where aro thoae dreamer# now » Tha tea, the In* blue sea hath one, He Met wbere pearis ;;e deep; He ws«th» loved < t a!i yet none O'er his ioae fcrave may wcej.. One fell whsre Spanish vlr.es ar.' dressed Above tb«* noble «la.n ; Sr-»at H- wrapped h«rirV^ D In a biood-red field of One 'mUst the fcrest* of the West, Hv a It stream is la.d. The Indian knows his placa of rest, Far in tfce forest sbaae. And rn-.0-er her the myr'vie shed. !t> ieaves by soft wnd* tinned, gb,> tdded ro'dst Italian fl >wers, * Tfce l«»t of that fair band ! E<jcestrias Status ok Washington.— For the construction of 'his work Congress uppropriaied $50 000; but it is stated by a Washington correspondent...

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. — 26 May 1853

VOL. 3-NO 189. Trti: • iLY DISPATCH j A COWARDDff, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASA.NT3. Editor. From the Lantern. ♦< >T A K A N AT U A .*» S>.'.* \ Chorus at S'aJ'jrd House, London •It's an i!i bad that fouls her own neat * I. . j chrpr» for America # home-ncurished aland rt>«' Oh. tar .:i:*y h»r eulogy apread through ail land* ! c, ro<>» iS' 1 anew mjral patented laundre**, r-eitf the blood ot the poor from our hand*, i »h» pictu ea the good Christian Nlgaar*, TrAtw<• 1< el th" blood in our kind bo*om* treeze; "Their masters," the says, "cariy knives and hair triggers, Aaa thoot them or stab them, whenever th y please. - ' it fjow we never openly murder a peasant, thousand* must starve to mike one of us rich: ..... They s e c >t our s'tjrfts and 'tis ticklmgly pleasant, T think ibey bare freedom—to die in t ditch: Tc ucli is> wa in our mines, naked women, like cattle, Must crawl on all four* dragging coal to the sbatt. Sti'.i w " arc the chiefs of Humanity'...

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. — 26 May 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH JTJSSSSSt: 3 iSftSTS?-'S Richmond combined- .. K I € II in O N ■ . W A.I Tfcnr*4»y Morning, May 1533« MRS. STOWE EXPECTED IN pK j} l9 ' We translate froin the Courier de» J 1 *. * Uois the following extract from a le,,er . * ten by Eugene Guinoti We think it source ofamuaement to many o olir j(er jn the ladies especially. By i* m the London Time. Houae female, who hare ge doilar |0 rai , e B addre.»«.,centnbute.e.. , 0 be <enl t0 fund for the Yofk 1 . rn.,d l 6>r,»c. .»b.c,, 10. p.p«. ■»' 1 w ' arree with him* t is what Guinot says of Mrs. btowc s anticipated arrival in Paris : "The approaching visit of Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe to Paris was announced yes terday. The tamous American Blue Stocking owea it to herself to follow the course of her trans-Atlantic excursions, evidently undertaken under the inspiration of a very natural vanity, which counsels her to gather the flowers of ter success in those countries wherein her book has created the most profound ...

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. — 26 May 1853

rHE LATEST NEWS. additional BY THE FRANKLIN. The grand reception of Mrs. Stowo took n | R oe at Strafford House on the 7th, when the jVm.'iis address from the women of England presented to Mrs. S. by ihe Earl o( Shatter . snii responded to by the Rev. Mr. Beech- 'fl, f weather in England had been wet and U fl«>ason*ble, with falls of snow. \dvicea from Paris announce the prospect ./the lone talked of fusion of the different Ktsn.'-es '' ,e Bourbon party. The Legi. ~.,|s i-onfidently anticipate a testoration of \h f elder branch. \ vices from Constantinople announce that ,j»mandscf Russia were likely to be satis s,-toniv settled, the French Envoy having ac to them. Turkey ha yielded to the menaces of Rus es and Austria, and has resolved to expel the political refugees from her borders. Five Ita- ■! been expelled, and the Hungarians j. \\ S V chiaos were to lollo*. K. rt rn Frenchmen and Italians had been • :i Barcelona, charged with belong -t' • ret society. ; enees between Austri...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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