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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 March 1852

VOL. 2--N0 120. •fTTiTinU.Y DISPATCH. ~ Q A cow ARpnr, Froprt»totf. K » I'i-KA^ANTS, K«Htor. CASH TKKMB oF XDVK&TIBHIO- '.' i insertion 60 50 I 1 *q«are. 5 month #4 00 .n* 075 J ] jo 2nn u«h» 700 <i 0 2 insertion. 0 g 10 (K) 1 dc 3 : --« 1 (Jo 6 do 16 00 1 ]vm \ 275 1 <iu i v'.sr MOO r^ charged tttfce *ame 7 Usr r.n "• *"» a •' lo t ?,^ r fc 'i" ST* '.ts tn t , vßr; proportion. ana payable inad- % idwrt'-xwnts inaertedcr.cc » week. tw ice I? - rt . lin „, s A mil V -'harcftd J) fK " •• ihr first insertion. «nd .>74 oent* lor each I—' notices inserted f«r2soji»U; FuST? cent# . Deaths, without obituary or • vital..'n. i2j cents. 1 . ,-n Pi«r*TCH" is served to subscribers I " • • • . , fr per *<*l, payable Vo the 1 /j'rwvtXlj- rrice for mailing. $4 ayearia ad TME \V M H vTv DIsrATCH 1 cvei v Friday monv.ug, and mailed .Vm ihllab a'vkar. To Clubs, for «5 sixco- \ ♦ $]0 thirtwii copi^*; for *1.» co- *] 6 r i )(| J W I rity coy&a...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 March 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH TO AUV 1 U.-WrcaUlWuO Of the DiarATcri is thui times ft* large as that Of ftny other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. II is tbemfora grratly superior to any other fts » of advxrUstftg. RICHMOND, VA.t aisnilar. >laralsg, March 8, 183'2. THE CURRENCY. Tf.c question of the currcncy is otie of the obetrusc studies of the t'mes on which many men r>"of**s to be very wise, but on which there ore fewer persons really well informed than upon onv other subject of political economy. The causes of its ebbs and flows are equally matters ot speculation with those of the tides. The currency is indeed the " pons asinorum of political economists, and they are very much given to travelling over it. They seem none the wiser for their frequent crossing of it. Iu spite of all their speculations and prophecies, the currency continues after its own fashion— not violating any ofit* own laws ; but setting at nought the rules the are constantly laying down for its...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 March 1852

■j'HE LATEST NEWS. RI ANT FROM FRANCE. . Baltimore Sun of Saturday, is the • in* private dispatch from Europe, 1. • it "by the America, communicated ex!X- \ tor that paper, and relating to the pro- _ ■ ; Kuroi»ean affairs under the influences £r 'uii'.ng *1 Paris; % withstanding the profound dissimulaLouis Napoleon and the three foreign ,«<adors whose influence prevails in "i and the efforts which are maintained . . the treaty which is making between ! ! have been able to discover what has , edited upon hitherto. It has been R.issia shall extend her dominion ; .rkr\ ; Austiia into I'icdmont; and i . . into the canton of Neufebatel. In the ic, the combined fleets of the respec- - - ties are to maintain such an attitude v • > <p<>ct to England as will prevent all in•re fiom that power. What is to be vurd of Fiance docs not yet appear, but i i<< the quarter towards which her nm- ■ I .( city of Toulouse has lat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 March 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH ITEMS. The report of the U. State* mist show* the receipt of more than f 105.000,000 ot gold from California. The whole yield for laat y«<ar will no doubt •mount to wards of $175,000,000. The Supreme Court at Washington has decided that the U. 8. Bank must pay the bonus to Pennsylvania, amounting, with interest, to 11,300,000. Mr. Greenoagh, the sculptor, is now in New York. He is awaiting the arrival from Italy, ol his group, intended tor the Capitol av Washington. It is said that he will very soon commence bis statue of J. Fennimore cooper. The Ic* in the Stsqcfhanxa;—TTw-W'ilming ton Journal states th-it the ice in theSasqu- hauna oave way on Monday evening, and the steauboat £usquehant.a. in attempting to cross, was carried about three quarters of a mile down the river, where she now lies totted upon the ice. In a Bad Fix.—The Lib r'y (Md.) Banner states that a schoolmaster of-that place, while in a tit of intoxication whs married to a woman with wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 March 1852

-VOL. B—NO I*l- fHJ daily dispatch. ■.. g COWARDIH, Proprftor. m ull Krrr.f cash terms OF advertising. .V- T 1 *qusre,l month *4 00 '■ '. mao 15 I I do 2mon»h« <00 ' "'a \CO 1 co 3 do 10 00 • .Jv 17511 c. C do 16M *!"' ■ i «. . ! i do 1 year 30 00 Sire rUTi'ed at the MM • ' V-' '. < ,• it <>< n fc> i »«* ' '..'V.'victp: .md payable in ad- «• ... . :. <>-»!., 'rcr'.f -sorted V nee a week, twice ' * three J'nie* iw<• t. »"i! be ih*r ? ed SO '* , ; 'the nrst n M rtion, *;£ 47* cents for each rTr " rriage notices itv-e d for 2.» e»nt*; Furs' -;, 4 !g ft ~t < ;w.h,, without obituary or .. -vitaiie.n. 12i crntr "VV ' :ly Dispatch" i« «<"red to subscribers . , jr. a «♦•:* p" *«*A. pajaMe to the I. rrti-r V., t kiy Prict- tor ng, fc t a year m ndthe WKLKI.V DISPATCH 5 '- f eve'-v KrUlsv luornmg, and m&aea T~ . r coluk < vrah To CLrBS. for S-5 sixco-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 March 1852

Th£ DAILY DISPATCH. yfT •'<» At»* KUTlwKKS—TheciroaUtlon Of the Ot.iPATCH is thrfk TiscKs as larjre as thftt of ant .Kh.>r Daily pajwr in the city of Richmond. It ii tifctrefore greatly superior to any other •• • ■Mi.m of * lT<»m«hitr. RICniMOND, VA.s Tormlnr Morning, March 0, 18.Vi. The Prfsidesct.—The Whigs of New York city have played a strong card in favor of Mr. WEB£Ti-R; Kentucky and Tennessee have declared in favor of Mr. Fillmohe, and the Southern papers generally seem to favor his claims to the Presidency more than any other of the prominent men of the Whig party. General Scott is strong in Pennsylvania and other Norlhern States, and Ohio and the States North of the Ohio river. Fillmore, Webster nud StOTT will be the competing names in the Whig National Convention. We sup pose none others will he t.iought of. We observe a noticeable remark in the New Orleans Bulletin, a leading Whig paper of the South. It says that Fillmore cannot get the no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 March 1852

the latest news. /V*t met ire Fire, I'hu AOEi.rniA, March 7.—A fire occurred v cti! midnight law* night, which destroyed the jock stores, No?. 54, 53 and s<>, on the *har r helow Walnut street. They were oc..bv Leuwig &• Co., Clark & Co., Tlios. ti ' Cu'rsort, John Daly, and the Pennsylvania IJ. ortioe, kept by i'cter Funk. Titos. AlI ; w \ Co. bad oil stored in the building.— •{•j.,. t losers are Leu wig Si. Co., who bad •_ casks soda ash, and large quantities of , alum and other drugs, stored in No. 56. .re i« attrihuled to acids in the store. An ->xpiosio!» occurred, forcing out a part of the (mi wall, but no one was seriously injured. Two :finen lell from the breaking of a ladder, !uM »'!•* "ped with bruises. The stores cxtenvi.v| :i„M the wharf Jo Water street, and bevl toihe Amboy Kailroad line. Southern Rights Convention. Movrr.eMKKV. At \bama, March sth,—The S utoern Rights Convention adjourned this <?vcv. n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 March 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Ctrrttpsnd.eire mf the Dispatch. Washington Citt, March 7th, 1852. An absurd rumor has been going the rounds for the pa»t day or two, to the effect that Louis Napoleon has demanded of our Government , the repayment of the $5,000,000 indemnity, extorted from the French, under the regime of Louis Philippe. Gen. Jackson swore "By the Eternal"' that this claim should he paid, whereupon France forthwith notified our Goverment through Mr. Rives (then, as now. our Representative to the Court of Si. Cloud,) that the money »hould bs P aid - . . , • Whatever may be the aspirations or ambitious designs of Louis Napoleonic is not, I imagine, quite so demented as to open a rupture with the United States, on a pretext so miserably and absurdly ridiculous, ihe rumor, 1 presume, is based upon the supposed fact, that important despatches have been received at the State Department | r °m Mr. Rives, relative to what is denominated r rench claims in California." France claims indemni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 10 March 1852

VOL. 2—NO 122. I HE DAILY DISPATCH. JA3 A COWARDIN, Proprietor, men !L t'l.K INTH, Kdltor. CA?U TF.K.MS< »F ADVERTISING. - ! iv«»'rtitin¥o~so 1 square, 1 month 84 00 * o insoruoiw 0" 1 1 do simon'hs 700 Vi 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 -* T 1 week 173 1 do 6 do 16 00 2 w>x-!ts 2<3 ,1 do 1 year 30 00 ■ra 1 * Communication# are charged dt the tamo T m R« lllutflMfM X,,, Unts or ust m&Hi a square; longer adv ia exact proportacu, and payable in ad\dverti*ement» inserted once a week, twice R « or three times a week, will be charged SO cant# !cr the first insertion, and .17j cents for each c^obnoanco. r~>-• Marriage ootid e inserted for 25 cents; Fur srtfn :ico(> 25 cent*; Death*, without obituary or i an«ral invitation, 12$ cents. T«ie * Daily Dispatch' is served to subscriber* fct nr a"a a quarter cents per ir«4, payable to the cirrirr weekly. Price for mailing, 84 a year in adtusee. thk weekly dispatch I, published every Fri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 10 March 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Cr*TO Al> V KM.TiP»K It*,—Thecircu'.ation Of the Dispatch is thrkk timks as Urge a* that of any other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. It is therefor* greatly superior to any other an a andirm of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.t Wedaesfay Narnlsg, Warcfc 10, ISJ'J. tfoCTHSfcjf LiTKaAJtT M*sskngkr.—The Man h Mo. of this periodical is lying on onr tible. The Messenger ha* pecuiixr claims upon the foith, and wchavp often expressed our surprise that its circulation nod its popularity were not greater than tliey are. his true the "mammoth monthlies," Harper and tbej International, arc sold at a much more moderate price, but certainly we hazard uothingiu sayii.g Uiat a cultivated and judicious taste would at all umes prefer the Messenger to those at any price And why? For the si nple reason that its best art cles are superior in point, etrength aud usefulness 10 the very beet which sppear in Harper and its ri»il Readers do not ask for amusement, amusement, sm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 10 March 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. THE NEWS BY THE ARCTIC We gi*e Mow moie ot the detail* by the steam<?r Arctic. First we give a fuller Hat of the new pr-.tifii Ministry, by which the reader will be able U> comet some of the blunder* of the Telegraph, „ vli announced to ut names we had never b.-s: i of before: F;;st I.»rd of the Treasury and Prime Minister _ Karl of Derby Chancellor of the Exchequer and Leader of the H of Commons —Mr. Di-ratH. •rd Cbsneellor—Hit- K Sudgen. l,,vd Pi evident—the F.arl ot i.onsdale. 1 rit Privj Sea!—he M-itquia of Salisbury (with « « iu the Cabinet) fIECKKTAatKS Or STATE 1 .iMhe Home I>ep*rtment—Mr Walpde. r the Foreign Department—Lord Maimsbury. i. : the 1 olonial Department—fir John Puking. tt a ■it Lend ct the Admiralty—The Duke of Norp. • ■siders of the Hoard of Control—Mr. Hemes. Pre»id'nt ot the Board ot Trade—Mr. llenly. (r 'iier»l—The Earl Ilardwicke, War—Mr. Bersford. Vice l'. -fideut of the Board ot Trade—Mr (I F A i.ns. Wood"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 10 March 1852

the DAILY Dispatch THE HOURS. BT WILLIAM C. ISVAST. The boar* are viewless angels, And sti'tl go gliding by ; And bear each" moment'* record up To him who aiu on highThe poison or the nectar, Our heart< deep flower cups yield, A sample still they gatherswift, And leave us in the field. And some fly by on pinions Of gorgeous gold sad blue. And some fly on with drooping wing Of sorrow's darker hue. And as w« speed each minute That God to u? hath given, The deeds are known before his throne — The tale is told in heaven. And we who talk among them, As one by one departs. Think not that they are hoveriKg Forever round our hearts. Like summer bees that hover Around the idle flowers, They gither every act and thought, These viewless angel hours. And still they steal the record, Aed bear it far away; This mission flight, by day or night, No magic power can stay. So teach me, Heavenly Father, To spend each flying hour. That,,as they go, they may not show My heart a poison flower. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 11 March 1852

VOL. 2—NO 12). THK DAI] Y DISPATCH. ";AS. A COWARDIN, Proprietor. 11l till uTriitiA?" Kdtlor. CASH TKKMS 1)K ADVERTISING. * wa)> T*. 1 insertion 1 month *4 00 *do a insertion* 0" ! 1 do 2 months 7 K . J, do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 ! i \ week 17" 1 do 6 do lfi (K) * V \ < » : I A# a y<'HT 90 00 CommuvicatioT.s are charged at the aame r tiim a.lverti«eme*u. rS' r> "i .'. its or h -•* "lilt o *C i.nr( ; longer aamt.jits in exact i ropvrtiun. "id payable In ad- , W advertise-mer.ts Inserted once a week,twice J 1 1 ' thro*" time* a wwt will be SO S r the first ii.rt rtion, and o7j cents for eacb fj?* Marriage notices inserted for vo cents, Fu,~T .'sioes *3 cents, Deaths, without obituary or - re* 1 . in vita lior., 12$ cents. ' Ik • '' aily DtsrATCH is served to subscriber* . , --a & cwitr e. is per x <•«. payable to the : jrrfer weekly Price for $4 a year in adthe klv dispatch ! isi i i every Friday morning, and mailed 4'r o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 11 March 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Or TO \»V KRTiHKKH.—ThecircttliiUon of the Dr«f*Tcn u Ttuitß timks M Urjw •• that of mij teh<*r D*ily pappr in the city of Richmond. It if tbarrf »r" greatly superior to any other a» • of RICHMOND, VA.t Thursday Morning, March 11, IM'i. The Old Legislature and the Kete —The Modern Legislative Rules. The Dispatch of Saturday contrasted the old Legislature of Virginia with the new one. Its comparison was decidedly favo'able to the old Legislature, which was, in all the rccpects of its dignity, its mode of doing business, its general order and propriety, very much the superior of the Legislature of recent years. The causes of the decline must De numerous, and not the least of them is that arrangement of the Hall itself alluded toby us, which encourages inattention to the general business of legislation, introduces the private matters of mamhers into the Hall, and by occupying their attention *ith other concerns, diminishes their general watchfulness of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 11 March 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. Contract for West Wing of the Patent Office--A Fracs, &c. Washington, March 9.--Messrs. Prevost, Winter & Co., marble contractors, whose efficient construction of the East wing of the Patent office building, has given such general satisfaction, to-day entered into the necessary bonds for building the west wing, and the contract was accordingly signed. A fracas occurred this morning at the National Hotel, between Lieut. Beale, lately appointed Superintendent of Indian Affairs for California, and J. Madison Crane, of San Francisco, growing out of reflections made by Crane, relative to Beale's appointment, in which Crane came off second best, though without serious injury. The Japan Expedition. Washington, March 8.—It is understood that the large squadron which is about being fitted out under Commodore Perry, with the ostensible and primary purpose of visiting Japan, is also designed to keep an eye on the Sandwich Islands, and to be in readiness...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 11 March 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Correspondence of tkc DUpatch. Tk* Hutckinnon Tamilf—Misses Davenport a- d Henmelt—Virginia Democratic State Contention—Mr. Brtckmridge's Speech—Religious RerirmU—lmprovements id Wnkington, fyc. Washington, March 9,18*3. The celebrated "Hutchinson family" gave their first concert in this city last night, at Carusi's Haloon. Iti* somewhat turpiUing to if. the city journals commending this band of abolition Minstrels, to the favor and support of a Southern community. This is the "family" whose scrviccs are a!way? •ought, and readily obtained—indeed, proffered wherever and whenever a piebald gath*ring of Northern abolitionists and fanatics couvence, whose cherished purpose is, to denounce Southern men and Southern institutions. They have pandered, time acd again, to the depraved and morbid taste of the tannlics at the "Melodeon'" Tremont Temple, and Faneuil Hall, in Boston, they have cheered onward, by the exe crsble sentiments of their ribald songs, the aboli tionis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 March 1852

VOL 2—NO 124 HiK daily dispatch. rAS. A. COWARDIN. Piopiletor. m <311 it. rl > WANTS, MMt. CA.-'H TERMS OK ADVERTISING. , .n, \ inwrtion ¥0 50 i I square, 1 month $4 00 i insertions 075 I 1 do 2 moit'lss 700 V. ;j do 100 1 do 2 do !0 00 ,'veek 1~5 1 c< 6 do 16 OU .) W(V j ;t j75 I d I year 30 00 £*>■* (Y hre charged at the same r >' s advertisements. V--,- y ( „ 'iitt or us;it n »c. >.c-<; knger adv * * if !U« m exact proportion, mid payable in ad- 1 "--ja inserted once a week, twice f k. or three times « wek. will be jbarged SO ( i, r the tir»t insertion. and .t" 3 cent* lor each r rtir.uance. i j Marriage notices ir.'erted for cents; ru- ; , *:ce« 25 cent*; Deaths, without obituary or < jcera; invitation, J2i cents. ' X'f • Pail* DtsrATCH 18 served to subscriber* t t - and a quarter an:.' fcr *-««, payable to the c;-r:! r weekly. Price for maHing, a year in adv *nc£- ___ . tHE WEEKLY DISPATCH 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 March 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. I*- »♦*» AOVttMTlnifit*.—TheWNartattw Ot Die Dispatch is THnitK timks a* lar|e as that of any other Daily pajH-r in tbe city of Richmond. It i* therefore greatly superior to any other as a oacil'utr <if a«lvcr'istng. RICHMOND, VA.i Fr:«lny .Morning, Mnrch 14, IM'I. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH, For trie week ending 12th March, is now ready. it contains a full ropsrt of Judge Halyburton's Death Sentence upon the mutineers, Reid an J Clements; The Wheeling Bridge Case ; Chevalier Wycoff, or a Bold Stroke for a Wife; Interesting Poem, commemorative of a " Bold Stroke for a ThroneAtiueTale, "A Country Cousin;" Foreign and Domestic Nen* and Correspondence ; Proceedings of the Virginia Legislature; Kossuth in Cincinnati, or a Peep beh'.nd the Curtain; Washington and New York Correpondence ; Editorial; Items; Poetry, See. For sale at this office, price 3 cts. per copy—§l per annum in advance. THE SPRING TRADE Our merchants are prepared, and are continuing further prep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 March 1852

LATEST NEWS, We received r.<> N«* York papers lart ..«•<! 1 Vhif State Convention. March \—The Whig State ; on of lowa, held a few days since, legates to the Whiff National Conoid nominated J. W. Jenkins tor c',srv o s tate; 11. B. Rowe for Treasurer, FortT for Auditor. No instruction* > : ,\en tc the delegates to the Whig NaYi lvgntion. Kt PHtA, March 10.—Jack Stevens, ih the Portsmouth Hank robbery, . ~in iii in charge of otlicers Mickle \, for the scene of that famous ex \ >ne of the money lias been recovered, :ht< evidence amounts to mere sus- ,! ;lends upon the prisoner being j; tie ol the suspicious persons oc:luuise iu PoitMiiouth at the time of V»>f 1 * • 1. \\ 1 Cot M 11. OK PORTSMOUTH V*.— ■ie of Portsmouth, Va., by a majori,oti'sh&ve accepted the act empowerelect Mavoi and Common Council. \\ rii p. John S. White, B. Spratley I' O.iughrey. F.sqs . are already an- : candidates for .Mayo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 12 March 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Correspondence of the Dispatch. The Cubaneert 011 Trial—Ship-Fever— The Forrettt, kc. New York, March 10 Tbe trial of the Cuban Fillibusteros, so long expected, and bo many times postponed, has began in good earnest, and is now in progress before the U. S- District Court, before Judys Judson. The defendants ore John L.O Sullivan and A. Irving Lewis, who stand indicted for a violation of the act of Congress, winch prohibits the fitting out of military expeditions against foreign powers at peace and amity with the United States. The parties to this suit, were the puichasers of the steamboat Cleopatra, which attempted to convey the first Cuban Expedition from this port, but was seized in time by the U. S. authorities. In the preliminaries attending the trial, the defendants entered their objections to the employment of Mr. Ogden Hoffman, as assistant counsel on the part of the government; but the Couit decided that Mr. Hoffman was legally employed and would be retain...

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