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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 July 1853

THE »>AILY DISPATCH * Prksij >t Fierce.—The President par took of >■ banquet in Philadelphia given hiui by the uuthoritiea of that city. He responded to a toast proposed by the Mayor, in an off hand speech, in which he acknowledged the kindness shown him, and hoped that it in the •hanged and chances of life his party should be placed io a different position, the;/ might have the grace to extend the same hearty wel come |> their political opponents- He con eluded l>y saying : There are no circumstances in «« r political relations to show why you « !Jl! 1 ? 01 be the be.« of friends. [Chters J tor instance, tlike our friend, Gee. Cadwuiat.er. He is a whig—but when his country wanted his ugh surrounded by ample means and wealth, anii all the comfo-ts and luxuries of life— iie marched to the field, and nobly fought his country's battles-is he not a pat rioif [Cries (f aye, and cheers J Look, too, on anoioer friend near me. [Gen. Pat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 July 1853

VOL. B—NO. 232 THE DAILY DISPATCH ' JAB. A. COWARPIN. Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. ."ip§§iji®B3 IMPORTANT AND CHK RING Nfcrtsl PARIS** Sc KING'S I STEAMSHIP EX I'RESS, ■ ¥»«.r ROANOKK AND JAJIBSTOWH. M REDUCED RATES AND INCREASED EXPEDI I ' TION, ice sc. THE proprietors having made new arrangements for the still better dispatch of their Express by the Ronnoke and JanieMown irora Mew V irk. tb«v wish to keep it before the public, that PARISFNA- KING S PUPULAR SOUTHERN EXPRESS is always on hand tor the accommodation of their iriends, at the lowest rates and unpara'leled dWpatch—their Express leaving New York, Is genera iv delivered at almost every point of Viralnia in 48 hours, acd throughout North Carolina in M hours. Knd at forty per cent below the old HUMBUG MONOPOLY PARISKN A- KING'S faeilitif s for the expeditious transportaiion of Freight and Packages, cannot be best by any < xpress company in existence, and they defy any c ■mp<"tiilon, therefore,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 July 1853

with be announced to tha Kawiaa nation and to foreign States by a manifesto, in which tha Tmpmm would rsitarata hia a'raoge declaration. that thia aggression ia not an act of war, •ad that he ia ready to atop the match of hia troop* whenever tha Turkish government sigaifiea ita intentions to comply with bia da nands. If such be the language of thia official document, which has not yet reached ur, it will only be a repetition ol the confused and inconsistent propositions already put before the world in that Kussian circular, which haa excited unratified reprobation wherever it has been read. But, after placing all that confidence in the language of the Russian government to which the Emperor Nicholas aid claim, aa a man of honor and a Prince solicitous to preserve the tranquility of Europe, we have for some time past been compelled to look to the acta of that court only: and on the present occasion the srtilices of language to which it may resort have cased altogether to disguise its...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 July 1853

the latest news Opening of the Cryttal Pa!act. York, July 14 —At 10 o'clock this irnrning the committee of the city council*, together with ihe committee of reception, ar rived at Cssile Garden, Laving the President of ihe United States and auite in charge, accompanied by Gov. Fort of New Jersey, whilat salute* were being fired trom Gouve neur'a and Hedlow's Islands anJ from (he Bat »pry,under the direction of Brigadier General entering Castl- Garden, which wag thronged with people, the President was formnllv welcomed to the city by the Mayor, to which he responded in a neat and appropriate gpeecb, which wna received wiih great enthusla«m. The firsi division of military were (stationed on the battery, with an immense thr.mg oi spectator, and were reviewed by the President, on horseback, amid the shouts and hurras of the multitude. The procession waa then formed, and was lull one hour in pass ng out of 'he Battery. The parage was very f o|erdi«i, but a severe itorm of raip (or a time...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 16 July 1853

THE )AILY DISPATCH THK V ATHER AND THII C*Ol"S.—Almost «*er* po -r which cotnea to hand is filled with reports of the state of the weather and the crop*. In all quarters there appears) to have been abundance of rain, which, Ion? looked for, has come at last, to the satisfaction of e»erv body. We hear the same news from Sumtemlle, Charleston, Columbia, Barnwell, Pickenf, Abbiville, and Unionrille, S. C.,a«d from Savannah, Geo. We belietre that all pari, of our JMate h«.»« been equally favored. Par ton Brownlow, in the KnoxTi.le, Tenn„ Whig, of the 9th,say?: F„ „,,k."£l%^ r b £7^1 e . aT!w">. in h " sent us sud •« creal,on iookß I,Tel - v and cool. . This is anothsr fine illustration of the truth of the saying that the rain " falleth alike upon the just and the unjust." New Orleans and Mobile.—The Mobile Tribune learns that an arrangement has been made between the Mobile and New Orleans Railroad Company of Mobile and Ponchartrain Railroad Company of New Orleans, by which a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 July 1853

VOL. B—NO 233. the daily dispatch If A*- A. COWARDIN. Proprietor. HUGH R. PU£aSANTS. Editor. A dams !S>w YorU. Vlrginl" and N«rtk « nrolinn R -team-HIP EXPRESS. »vn fVITKD STATES MAIL STKAMERS, KOVVtHE & Jf»I^TO\VN T , from He* Pdrr.burg, ifc. 4(C' 6fC HAVJN't effected arrangement! with the U 8. roti\ line of steamer* from York to Norfelk snd Richmond foi special Express prl. Tllr*e» < n tbst route, we are now prepared to rec*s*e and forward, to and from New York, merchandise B nd packages of every description with dispatch and at greatly reduced sale#. Our Express will leave N-w York every Wed nesdsy and Saturday per splendid steamers Boanoke and JnmeatowD alternately (roods wUI bereceiveaat our New York office, 59 Broadway, tintil ha!f past 3 o'clock, P. M , ou the day of sailand others ordering goods from New York a*e r•ousted to order by "ADAMS 4c CO.'ts STEAMSHIP EXPRESS" Our inlMid Express will rnn as heretofore,leav ing York and Richmond dail...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH jg-jsxssz: s a rwAlehmoou combined. * m«: ho. r a.» M«idarM«mi|' 18, 1833. YOiwC~IuVER RAILROAD. We find in the Enquirer of Saturday, part of a correspondence between Mr. Jas. Lvons, Mr. Childs, an engineer of distinction, and i r. Shaw. As it.ia to be conitnued in lh* issue o to*iav, we shall not, at present, attempt lo give an analysts of it. _, So far as the letter of Mr. Lyons » concerned, we agree with him in every particular save one. We think he underestimates the importance of clearing out the obstructions in the river. Not that we believe Richmond ever can be a great port, any more than Baltimore can. Vesaels will never willingly come up this long swao-necked river if they can possibly avoid it, and there will pretty certainly be found means to render the trip unnecessary, if that remains our sole dependence for reaching the ocean. But we «ish to have as many avenues for the exit of commerce as possible. We would open this to its fullest extent, at the sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 July 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. ARRIVAL of the black warrior. The steamer Black Warrior arrived at New York on Saturday noen from Mobile and Ha vana, having lefi the latter place on the 12:h of July. A lamentable accident occurred at Havana on the 10th at a house race out*ide 'lie c ''y* Seats were placed for the spectators, fome of them twenty feet high. Juat as the Captain General entered, and the sports were about to commence, a portion of the aeata gave way, prec pitating some five hundred persons below. About forty or fifty were eithei killed o r wounded, comprising all ages and eexea. Three American sailors of the bark Jasper, which recently landed a cargo of slaves on the Island, had been imprisoned at Havana. They sty they shipped at New York; but on finding out the character of the vessel they endeavored to e»t .wav but could not. I'tie >tnp Lady Suffolk, which was said to h««e br.en scuttled, was in the hands of the ii/iiieh, having been taken on the South side ol the Inland, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 18 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH SUSM 1 , ■' - ' ' " ILiB "ifß Z.TTTLB ON* «S DUO. 80 .tktbe hair, and o oi*tka«ya!ida, ! t tbe window curtains fall; W Kb a «®i e opon b«r ieaturea, (he hatb anawer-d to tho call. Lei the cbl'drea kiaa h»r eently, A* the Ilea upon the bed. God both aalied her to hi« boaom, And tbe little one ia dead. It i« • subject .>• general remark, eays the New York Coutier, (hat the quality of new white wheat which has thus far been brought to market ia exceedingly The grain ia richer, filler an 1 better ripened than has been known for manv veara. Ihe qualm ofdourmanu factured from it must he very fine. On Friday last, *hile tbe cars from Columbus to Cincinnati * ere going at the rale of KM ,wo miles an hour, a passenger lost h.s hat overboard, an J jumped out alter .1 wuhou. being injured. A fool .or luck. Rev.J.N. Danforih, of Alexandria, Va., will deliver an oration before the Alumni of Williams' College, (not William and Mary, aa ha- been stated) on the 17th ot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 July 1853

VOL. 3—NO. 234 THE DAILY DISPATCH Tab. a. COWARD!!?. Proprietor HUGH" R. PiiEASANTS. Editor. An.OIS A- CO.'* York. Virginia and North Carolina " steamship express. PKR <-\rTKD state* mail stkameb., koax»ke jvikstown. T« and from .Ve» York Richmond, Petersburg, SfC (ft. tfC HAVING rff'Cted arrangement* with the U. 8. mail line of steamer* from New York to Norfolk »nd Richmont tot special Express privileges on that route, we are now prepared to receive and forward, to and from New York, mer cbar.ii'e and packages of every description with dupsncn and at greatly reduced rales. Our Express will leave New York every Wed nesd-vy anl Saturday per splendid steamer* Rou* aok* and Jamestown alternately Good* will be received at our New York office, 59 Broadway, unti half past 3 o'clock, P. M , on the dsy of *aiiIng Merchants and others ordering good* from New York, ar* r--<jaested to order by ' ADAMS Sc. CO.'S STEAMSHIP EXPRESS" Our iclsnd Express will run a* heretofore,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH " rw ThaeuSSTot the l>»«y **• °* •» u < D * Uy W#r * 01 JUefcmooO combined. ____-—======» KIUUMOND . V A.i Twrmimr MTBfg, Jaly 1533. XHE EMPEROR NICHOLAS. This detestable tyrant is suffering all the agonies which a will that has heretofore been law experiences when it meets with opposition for the first time. The following remsrks of the London Times might be applied to Pygmalion as drawn by Fenelon after the picture of Louia XI : The last intelligence which has re&clitcuifrom St. hold, out »o tre.b for the hope Fmoeror ofßuuia i. di.po.ed to modify the he h». thu. far petered. It £k£S£n that the cour« he ha.thought fit to pursue —iniunou. «« it i« to the tranquility ef the East, to iftSSL'with Europe, an 4 to hi. own character moderation and good fattn-ha. encountered a. l£ch 2p%.'«on from the olde.t and wueat eoun»el. of tie Empire ..from the Minuter, of foreign St* te. • Mid the remon.trwee. of Count NewelroSe Kirn Mli h«T. rec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 July 1853

THE LATEST NEWS THE LA IE STEAMBOAT ACCIDENT ON THE NORTH RIVER. About two o'clock on Saturday morning the stenmer Empire, when five miles below Tough* keepi>ie, N. Y , on her down passage, was run into by a sloop with such force as to Knock one of her boilers and some parts of her machinery overboard. This caused the Nteamer almost immediately to lake fire, spreading the utmost consternation among her pas.engere, who wfr*aroused from their slumbers by the force of the sloop running into them. They were, however, ail rescued and safely brought on shore to Poughkeepsie by a schr., except ten or twelve bailly scalded and three or four kilied. It is feared some of the passengers leaped overboard during the consternation, and were drowned. The fire on board the boat » as extingu islted as speedily aa possible, but she is b«dly injured. A dispatch from Poughkeepsie soys : The s'eani pipe that connects the two boilers ■rut, bv this collision, twisted from its place, and the ste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 July 1853

THE nATLY DISPATCH THK PK O « -^ r - f* Ttl • trfmi Bncl «h Elwstncian, «"• »" n on «.bl-turning and ha, produced the most satisfactory problem we hav* yet wen. IV experiments were nude, not, he »»«, "that e ;L nr |ii*ion ceswrv on hi# own account, for hu conclu»ion respecting it. na.u.e was aoon armed at and has not hern changed." He publishes the details of his experiment at gr«t the Atherscum, but the follow ing lr ment of his plan of experimenting and us resuits is all our space will admit ol: Assuming that the table, were moved bya quasi Involuntary muscular actio 1 . . rator. Faradav's first point waa to prevent tb* wind having »ny undae 1 'l', <J .h'e nnture of" the" fecta produced in relation to the nature of the ' SU A Kle"fK, consisting ol sandpaper, millboard. glue, glass, pl«»<»o clay, in foil, card board, jeutta percha, vulcanised India rubber wood and resinous cement, was therefore made up and tied together, and being placed on a table under the h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 July 1853

VOI.. B—NO 235 Trtc; DAILY DISPATCH A. COW ARDIN, Froprletor. HUGH R. PEASANTS. Editor^ ■ iMTORTANT AND OUKI- iCN" Nfc.Hrsi I P\KI««RN & KINSX STEAMSHIP EXPRESS. p, r ijiHMiliK AND JAMESTOWN, REDUCED RATES AND INCREASED EXPEDI TION, fcc Ac. THE pr "rirt< r* having wade n»w arrangements f .,r s ;tH better dWpatch el their Express by the s>»m«hi. » Uonnokr and Jamtslown trom Mew V rt. th®r wi»h to it betor«* the public, that PAHU-'EN & KING S POPULAR SOUTHERN EXPRESS i» always on hand tor the accommodation rf thf-T frj.nda, at the lowest ratet and unparalleled .-)!• patch—-their Express leaving New York, li t*r,-r* .v de at almost every point ol Virgtma in 4- hour*, and throughout North Carolina in s<; bo*:" *od at forty per cent below tbeold HUMBUG MONOPOLY PAP.ISr.N <fc KING'S faci'Hit sfor the expedition* transpo'tstion ot Freight and Package*, cannot be beat by any > sores* company in eiitter.ee, and th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH iof circulation o! the uupaicti oxthat of alt »be Dally paper, ot combined A.i fOdnr.day M«ratn«. July'2o.lM3. THE MOUTH OF THE DANUBE. The extreme importance, to commerce, o leaving the mouth of the Danube open, ha* at trac-ted the mtantion of the British Parliament. On the Ist iost., Lsyard, the famou* explorer of the ruins of Babylon and Nineveh, asked whether it was true that the Russian* had blockaded l*ie mouth of the Danube by sinking boats loaded with stones in the channel and that three hundred end seventy merchantmen were therebv prevented from leaving the river? Ljfd John Russell replied that the government was ia possession of no euch information, but had learned lhat a number of vessels trading in the Danube experienced great difficulty in get ting to sea from natural obstructions in the mouth of that r.ver. With regard to this mat- ter, the Times says : Our own interest* and indeed those of all the tradin* nation* of Europe, are nearly artected by al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 July 1853

THE LATEST NEWS Washington Affairs. Washington, July 18.—The action of Mr. Marshall, in relation i« the Chine"' rebellion, displeases and embari asses the administration murh more seriously than i« generally under stood. Mr. Walker bss entirely recovered, and was to leave on the 90th of September for China, hut the steamer Princeton has turned cut an utter failure. The tiovernrneot, at the present moment fcas but one vessel at cotttmand for the purpose of coareving Mr. WatWt*r, »he B«r«nnc, and if i* liiat p*ic c&nuot be go! teadv much belore December. It is now thought that tue fishery question wilt noi be disposed of before the session of Congress. A new element is said to have turned up to delay negotiations. The Confessional Library is finished and famished itt splendid style. The transfer of books will commence immediately. Gov. Trousdale, Minister to Brazil, i« here. Death of a Distinguished Merchant—Arri* rat of Mr. Crampton in Boston. ronus, July 17, 1S"»3 — Hor....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 July 1853

THE '>A 1 IV DISPATCH ~ 7)Te 01 .e b-st rcpl" s -h;' »* remember 10 j .u^o*. • «•••» '»>«< £ mi'gh re.gn over them a< lon* a* <1,- sue, siurs should "I suppose, •T-i - oCrv" • the monntch "the* mean ...» successor 10 to gn l»y can-ii* lir ; n». .„ _ Rirrtrr — The Micb : g««> Southern Ji NorL:a' I.Ji*» 1 '• ' *" _ . 4 ,i « a »AFon<. betateus, chests. bandboxes, ox yc... ' „»• hfi-rel' clipboards, even down to a jjg o boiled cider. These are in be sold oa the U Septetr.e; r, It not claimed. A «acci«h spendthrift said, "five years b £ o 1 L nof worth a cent in the w„rtd-mnv *,>e where lam throiign my exer ion,? Well, where are you?'' "Why, 1 owe more than ihree thousand dollars/ I-e is shiiped in large quantities from S.tkn Islam', Kusaian Atneiica, to California. It coe:* about $:>0 per ton at Sa.. Francieco. Miss Augusta R. Mouteomery, M. D, a graduate of the Female Medical College, of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 July 1853

VOL. 3—NO 236 THE DAILY DISPATCH A. COW ARDIN. Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. war ' srnsum , nA>IH A to .* *.« Yiirlt. "« irjjinl" nnil North Carolina STEAMSHIP EXPRESS. ,-v- I'MTFI STATES MAIL STEAMKBS, KOOOHK A JAMESTOWN. r. «- d "rem .*•'.« York. R'rkmond, Ptitrsburg, * 4fC* H aVTSu .Tected arraneements with the U. S. ' rr .„.i ; r e ( .f steamers from Mew York to Nor fr'k r.d Richmond foi aperial Expres* prl« vlleiie* n that route, we are now prepared .0 **"nd forward, to and from New York, mer*.nA packages of every description with diapstch and*' Ri-ently rednced rates. Our Express will leave New >ork every Wed ne*a .v and Saturday per splendid steamers '*<»«- nn ! e nnd Jamestown alternately Good* will «» "f New York office. 59 Broadway, until half pk#t 3 o'clock, P. M , on the cay of sail- others ordering goods from New are r quelled to order by ''ADAMS & CO.'S STEAMSHIP KXPKESS" Our inl*nd Lxpress will run as heretofore, l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH rgr circulation ot Ihp Dally Dlapatch e*«»Scon»M*rtibly thai of all the Daily paperi of IWinioDu combined. RICH Wt'NU. V A.» Tho adny itlornin«, July '■>> ) IS33' SPIRITUAL ,RAITINGS! In almost every paper which we lake up, fcreign or domestic, we find something the subject of spiritual manifestations. 6 mania has spread throughout Europe, and in London, the capital of the civilised world, in Lisbon and Madiid, even in old Rome, the professors of the occult art of "table turning, are daily, winning proselytes. It seems of no possible use to demonstrate the utter absurdity of the theory advanced, or the utter improbabiliiy of the phenomena which are said to present themselves. The spiritual world has undergone a complete metamorphosis. We can now communicate with the departed, through the medium of "raps," as easily as with the living, by the ordinary telegraph.— What is the use of the Bible if we can have a fresh revelation every morning, pip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 July 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. additional bv the franklin Pfacefpl A jtearances.— A letter from St. Petersburg, date.] June 25th, save: "To Judge hv the aspect of society, here, there can he but iintention of involving the State in war at the present moment. It is true it is far enough from here to the Danubian princi* pslities (or our troops to hsve passed the frontier, ami »e to be living here in blissful ignorance of the fact. A number of high officials have received leave of absence, in pursuit of health and pleasure, and everything at court betokens profound peace. There is at least an absence of war and war's alarms. "Put the old Russian party is working away beneath the surtace, »nd is endeavoring to work up an interest '"or the orthodox faith in Turkey It is this party —;he old Russian— the Sclavonian, properly speaking—that Men schikofT leads, as Count Nesselrode, the socalled German party." TURKEY. M. 1> Bruck,of Austria, is actively engagfd in the work of conciliation, ard i...

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