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Id= 7 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

AFFAIRS IN BALTIMORE. ' . [From tho Baltimore'papers of the 19th.} ' . Mo«k Caiu'-Mektings.—Tho camp-mooting at the old ground, near Shrewsbury, which for noarly fifty years has been tbo favorito location for, tho annual pitching of tents of tho Shrewsbury oirjmlt, commences to-morrow. It will bo lurgejy attended by the Molhodistcongrogationsof this city. Among those from this olty who nro oxpeotod to havo; station tents on tho ground, aro the North Baltimore, Broadway, Whatcoatj Strawbridge, and Emory Chapel station ' s, It Is supposed tho number of preachers in attendance will bo noarly fifty, both from Maryland and Pennsylvania. The oamri will bo conducted by the liov. Aquilla Keese, presiding older of tho district, and Revs. Henry .Furlong and F. K. Crover. Tho spot is canopied over by a Doautilul grove, and surrounded by springs of excellent water. Sad Accident.—Mrs. Keener, living ^ on Bond street, near Baltimore, was seriously injured by falling down tho stairs of her resid...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

learnt respecting ,' the condition/''defcnces weakness; force,' and resources of each placo. In China, where they have the <jajr,of thajEmperpr—BUssia ifl % thB only European power allowed to,have an embassy residing in PeUin—their influerico has always beeu antagonistic to England.. . ' <'•¦. • •. \ : ' i ' .i Napoleon said, at St. Helena, that ; }ho blow which England must one day receive >in Asia wouldbe struck by, Russian force. ,Wh all her vastne9s of territory, Bussia i? defldiejit in what makes.a great maritime,power--"good water privileges," aa they say down ; East. Tho Caspian and the Aral Seas are only lakes in the interior. Constantinople holds tbi key of the BlaekSea.. The weather, during four months of the year, prevents the >RHJssian navigation of the Baltic,; imd an English] fleet could lock up that sea with very little trouble. All its other ports, in Europe and Asia, are too tar North, as well as too Remote, for practical commerci...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

THE WEEKLY PRESS Tlii Chuipeit ail 'd Best Wittily NeMpaper w -.' f! i • ..' 1 the Country '.- ••-¦"> ' ' ' J-• J, Great Inducem«nt» to Clnbt, '- ¦ On the loth oE August the first number of TUB Wkek-IV Punas will be Issued from thoOlt; of Philadelphia. Itwill.bo published every Saturday., ¦ i Mb Wukuli Puses will bs conducted upon National principles, and -wilt uphold the rights of the States. , It will reujst fanaticism In every shape; aDd will be devoted to cbnservatiye'd6clrines, at) tho true fouhdation of public prosperity and 1 social order." Such a weekly journal has. long bdec desired in the United States, and it Is to gratlfy.'thls want that Tue Wbselt Pcbsb will be PttWbhed.-; .•.:•.,. i'-S' hb WsRxlt PftBBd will be printed on excellent white paper, clear, new typo, and in quarto* form, for blnaW- , .,. ' . ¦!. It will contain the news^f day; Uorresponuence frbmihe old World and the New; Domestic Intelligence; Reports of the various Slarketa; Literary'Reviews...

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

PERSONAL. Gen. MirabeanB. Laniar, of Texas, was in Texas on the 12th. Gen Lsmar has lately received tbe appointment of Minister to Buenos Ayres from tho United State3, and he was en route for Washington to inako preparations preliminary to starting for his mission. A. letter from Camden, Ark., dated August 6. announces the death of Judge A. A. Stith, of th-it place. It took plaoe on the evening of tbe 5tb. He was a Virginian by birth, and has Bear kindred in New Orleans. Charles Huffnagle, Esq., Consul-Genera] of the United States in India , returned home on ths 10th instant, and is staying at the residence of his brother, Alfred Huffnaglenear New Hope, Pa. Ho has been absent about two years. David Prentice, L L. P., of Geneva, N. T., diod ih that village on tho 14th inst. Dr. Prentice passed the longest portion of his three-score years and, ten as a teacher, and for considerable time was a professor [in Genera College.

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

HOHCE 10 C9B*K*J?PJia* Correspondents for "Tex rnu" »ill please bear la mind the following fil«i: .; ** , v £Tnj eommsolcfttioa molt be Keeemran^ct 1 . by tiis buae of the writer. In order to Insure correctness of the typogr&phj, bat one side of a ahe«t ftbould be written upon. We imlA tw greatly oblige* to gentlemen In Peuns/1. l»nil «nd other SUUai for contribution! giving tbe eti rent neTiot the diytn their putieulu iMtiities .tbe resources of the surrounding country, the increase of population, Md so J informitlon tint »ill be iuteresUc; to the eeneral reAdpr' - '

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

tribune ^ as used in most of the Continental legislative bodies, would also be a aapital improvement if adopted by.,our own. A man. rarely mounts so conspicuous an elevation as the tribune unless he has something' to say, and to the purpose. We would have fower apeeohea for mere effect, and to please tho popular ear, and our legislative bodies would soon become arenas for the transaction of business, and not for the manufacture of public opinion, and localities, where politicians and Presidents are too often made. JlURlINOIOM, N. J., August 16th. .

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

[From the New York Daily Times.] THE RETURNED FIXXIBUSTERS. Tlidr Wanderings from the Day of Leaving Walter until now.

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

THE SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL tONVEN " wok. ' ¦-y %\. i "- v. This body met at Kn^yiijj.0, Tennessee, on tho 10th instant, and continued in.session for . fourdays, adjourning on ttte 18ttiinstaiit. About eight hundred " delbgates ' ; wero in attendance. Every Southern State, oxcopt Texas, was represented. A variety of propositions were introduced, and many questions discussed, during its session. A resolution was adopted, after a protracted debate/ recommending that the eighth article of the treaty with Great Britain, r»t(Sed in 1842, providing for keeping a squadron on the coast of Africa for the suppression of the slave trade, should be annulled under the provision of the first clause of the eleventh article of the said treaty. In advocating this, resolution, the design of favoring- a revival of the slave trade was disavowed by its author, who urged its adoption mainly on the ground that the efforts of the parties to that treaty had totally failed to secure the object professed....

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

Sons of Temporanoo have not had a general parado of their order for aevorkl years. . % < i Dishonest Servant.—Mary Green, alias Hurt- ley, a domestic- iu tho family of Airs. Nott No. 409 Oatharino street, waa charged, before Aldorinan Eneu, last ovoning, with tho larceny of a number of drcsse3 and jewelry, to tho value of $100. Sho was bold to answer. Philadelphia College of Medicine. — We learn that William H. Oobrecht. M. D., has been appointed to the ehair of anatomy in this institution. Dr. G. was formerly connected with tbe medical department of Pennsylvania College, and is well known as an excellent anatomist and experienced lecturer. American County Legislative Convention.— An adjourned meeting of this body was held yesterday afternoon , at four o'elook, nt the county court house, for tho purpose of eleotinga county legislative tioket-George W. Reed, president pro tern., C. T. Jones, absent. A committee of fivo persona waa then appointed for the purpose of apport...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

ifEVmEYfELEQRAPH. ARRIVAL oFTflE AMBIA. tHREE DAYS LATER FRO&C EUROPE. DEFKAT OF THE CIBCAflSIAlVS. THE TPRKiFh DIFFICULTIES Diplomatic Relation! Suapeodfd wit* France, Ruisia, Prnssla, and Sardinia. The Telegraph Cable Landed at Yalentla Bay. The Italian Conspirator! Convicted. THE SPANISH-MEXICAN DIFFICULTY. Cotton Steady—Corn Declined, CONSOLS 90ia90j. Kbw Vobk, August 10.—The Ounard Bftaraghip Arabia arrived thin afternoon from Liverpool , with daws to tbe Sth instant, being three days later than received by Van Columbia. Tho landing of the telegraph cable at Valentla Bay was accomplished successfully on the Sth (nst., and the squadron started for Newfoundland. The Italian conspirators have been found guilty of the alleged design against tlio life of Napoleon. Ono has boon Bentonced to transportation, aDd the other* to Imprisonment for fifteen years. Nothing later from India has been received. i Tho Right Bov. Dr. Blomneld , Bishop of London , Is dead. . ' ¦ It In rumo...

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

LATE AND INTERESTING FROM MEXICO. Preparations for War with Spam—Address of Oeu. Aharez to the " Enlightened,-People of Europe and America"—Santa Anna repudiates the Uarthagtna Manifesto—Instructions to Mr. Forsytk—Amsricon Consul stnui his Flag{re. . . [From the Nstr Orleans Plcayuce of th« 13th.] The mails of ths steamship Texas, Capt. Forbes, reached ns this morning by the steamship Atlantic. Dates aro to the 7th inst., fromVera Crot; to the 3d from the oapltal—two week! later. The principal newi of Interest, aa ever, ooncerns the difficulty with Spain, of which none of the papers at the capital anticipate a speedy or an amicable adjustment. The lut Madrid man, arrived on tbe 31st ult., with important despatehes for the Governmentwas particularly unsatisfactory. " Spain continued," says the Extraordinary '¦to exact all of heroriginaJ demands, andSenorLafragua, equally sternrefuses to yield a point of the grounds first taken—not to allow the Epanlsh convention; and not to give a...

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

FBOM fCBW r«B» [Corresj»a4en« of the tnu.} ' .'. \ dV i - : tow -j-bMiikBgastlSr. Money j»«s nnwfc.tigb.ter to-d»y lisa jegterdmy. Tbe demwid w»s very «tiv« at the following rates: 7 per cent- for money pa e*U ; »i to lOfor prim ft endorsed paper; 10 to 13 for best paper with dim name, and 12 ta IS for good medram p»per. In nuwy instance* excellent paper at short dates, drawn by puliu out of town, WM told at »u advance on the above rates. The banks did little or nottUgi Xh« aoreT has beta put on with inereMrt energy, and the next bank statement "W * how . *» what a large extent this bat be*n don*. The Persia took oat *1.7«,507.50 jo *Meie, and eloce oa $400000 are already bespoken for export ty "» Fnltoa on Saturday. ' Tbe custom receipts tat th» day at thii port amounted to *37,000. . \- The panic in the Stock Market hu s»M«hat subsided, although by no means passed aw»j. Michigan Southern and Northern IndisaKBaUroad recovered two per cent, at the flrst boardand row three-quar...

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

THE CITY The Mysterious Death and Burial In " Tn$ Presb" yesterday we gave an account of the mystery attending tho death of MargftrotDalo near tho Ocean Houso, at Shrewsbury, N. J., nnd hor burial by W. H. Conover, dentist, of Newark. Tho Newark Advertiser of last evoning atato» that Coroner Baldwin, Chief of Folioo Whitnoy, anil Justice Young proceeded to tho Evergreon Cometory, where the deceased had boon buried, and thonoe to Elizabeth oity, to obtain a Union county Coroner, dosigning to havo an examination of tho body, which had in tho moan time boon disintorred. Mr. Conover was present, and also his son,' a youth of about aixtoon years of age. Tho deceased wns a Bister o Mrs. Conover. and bad boon kept in the family through charity, hor onlyservioea being some assiatnnoe about the children. There does not appear to be any evidence against Mr. Conover whioh could bo construed into anything oriminal on his part. Tho Coroner continued his investigation yesterday afternoon. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

THE VERY LATEST! BY TELKGBAPH FROM LONDON TO LIVERPOOL. - „ EXGLA.ND AND CANDIA. FURTHER ARRESTS IN NAPLES. Pahis, Tuesday Evening. Aug. 4.—The latest advices from Constantinople mentioned as accredited a report that Turkey waa going ta cede iv port In Oandia to the English Government. There is no other foundation for the report than tho fact that English officers aro now surveying In that part to complete a chart that has long been In preparation. It is perfectly confirmed that the Valm&frini loan to the Turkish Government has been, broken off, and thare ia again talk of an English offer. The last letters from Naples represent the whole country In an uneasy state. The Government is reported to bs exhibiting timidity, and making so many needless arrests aa to be itself creating danger. THB PRINCIPALITIES QUESTION. The Cholera at St. Petersburg. Bbrlin, Tuesday Evening, Aug. 4 —It U believed that in their late Interview Prince GortKchakoff nnd Baron Von Btantcuflel came to ...

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