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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 June 1866

MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. nnUniT Amusements. -The Bible So t inn T H n.t' cn"i n formed an "Assocl. .?r.rolJote the Better Observance of the Sab aJ',i... hM K'n,1 ''bom to perform. Ine Association naa adopted the lollowin reaomtion: i 'ncfiroly reret to bear of the desecration i J. 1 8abbt' " bo County, by various porsoni aeepin ppn theatrea aud other plaoes ot tmuv merit to attraot trie youn; thituer, and request the Tarlotia authorities in the towns oltios, and countr of Atlantic to see that the law ot the State on too otorriDce of tne tattath at a dar ot cessation irom work and amusement are put in force." A petition was likewise prepared and adootcd, dl reeled to the Camden and Aiauno Kailroad com pany, asking taa discontinuance ot their Sunday train. The following- officers were elpctod: President, iion. D H 11 seknian; Vice-Irosi!ont, Rev. A. 11. IHowti t Sooiotarv, C. E 1. Mavhcw; li-easurer, M B. Ilacun; iauaers. Josse Adams, J. 1'. ake, John ;odtrey, Daniel 1-zard, limothy Uo...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 June 1866

c THE .DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1806. TIIK IIACIIEIiOB IBEA1S. BY BOBFBT BCCHAKAN. Thf world in dreary. I am jrrowlnz old. Wife nor bairn inakei plad my chamW still, Thpj wintry reason cometh with its cold, The nrarth is dark, and the wind without in shrill: Teal twilight gloams around me hope and power Depart like scent and color from a flower Yet, where I pit, awertt music floats to me: Tin the falling, tailing of a silver shower Around a forest tree ! .Ah 1 can I hear the scented rain intone ? Can I hear the leaves that stir and sigh ? Or hear I but the movement and the moan Of busy follt that hurry darkly by? Hay I for a white hand lies in ininp, sweet eyes Bhweon me, and a happy maiden cries 1 Nay ! tor my bliod asrmn flows fresh and free To the falling, lulling of the shower that sighs Around the forest tree 1 And enn it be ?o mnny years aeo. Since I clasped her, 'neath the leaves that summer day? And were there words ofpartin, words of woe? Hi...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 18GG. A KIU TH1NU OS ICE." Once, ay a Norwegian fable, Bruiu met a lox, who bore Some choice tlnh, which he pretended lie had )uet been angling for. "Tench me, sir, an art o useful," Quoth the bear; and Reynard spake: "In the Ice a crevice making, Drop jour tail Into the lake. "It entails a slight nnuraUna, But each pant; will be a bite; And when you at length sprint; forward, Heavy ttsh will come to light." Mr. Bear wa not embarrassed Till his tail was frozen in; Then he made bU leap find Bruin. Ever pince, cur-tailed has bijen. THE HAIR. Jjelng Tli Fanlilonnhl Colored Hair I hfi Jtjre l b at Kill. J'rom the London Spictaior. Are wlps Immoral 1 because if not, one scarcely perceives a rcaon why the newspaper moralists, who are so lond of describing Ano nyrna and Cora Pearl wit d a kind of reprohen si've vcluptuotisncfes of detail, should waste so much moral xtrcngih in denouncing the practice of usinp hair dves It is not...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 June 1866

8 .HUE PER Iff NEW YORK. "fA Hm Mnrdtn JIM Hlntrwi. Md At Imii ( at JUla Uwi Threat. The residence of MIrb Amanda Cutler, No. 929 Prince, wm laat nient tne scene of one ol hfi roost cowardly and brutal murders of which 1 te annals of crime give any account Miss t taller hns furnished rooms to lft to ladies and p ntlemen, with board only for the lady. Toe yi ttrm of the dastardly crime was Miss Kate 8n utb, cne of the occupants ot her furnlebed KKni. The man who perpetrated the crime bad, since the coming ot Miss Smith to board tbe.re, been m tue habit ot charitis her room -with her, and getting his meals elsewhere after tie rnoft approved rtyle. Kate had been there since the first of May. and shown herself a quiet, rder ftfrl, and paid her board promptly. Sne was atooul twenty-nine years of age, and came trom Providence to New York. JERRY O'BRIEN, the murderer, Is a native of Ireland, anil eives his age as nineteen, though he is believed to be much older than that, lie has been an e...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 June 1866

3 TS TTT A "TTTV VOL. T.No 149. iiiiLA.r)H;r,iiA., Friday, jtjne 22. isgg. DOUBLE SnEET-THREE CENTS. 7 EUROPE. The Beginning of the War-Remarkable Despatch from Count Bismark Terrible Denun ciation of Austrla-The ,r' Monetary Crisis In England, Etc.. THE IMPENDING WAR. The linemen. Tbe London Daily JVete surveys the field of hostilities as follows: "The Prussians have crowed the Eider, and the Autrians nave fallen back. Bv this means the Kino, secures trie means of exercising the sovereignty to which he lays claim in Hohitein, and puts it out of the power ol the Emperor to hinder him. If, then, the publicists correctly define war as thatstatd in which we prosecute our i iebt by (orce, tbe war has begun, although not a shot ha been fired. It haM been semlofllcially announced at Vienna, that Austria will breas oil' diplomatic relations with Prussia as soon as the King has recalled his plenipotentiary at the Federal Diet. It is stated that M. Drouyn de Lhuys has addressed a circular no...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 June 1866

THE MEW YORK PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF THE LEADING JOURNALS UPON CURKENT TOPICS. COMFILKD 1TIH AY roll ETBNI5Q TKLFOHAPU. Cotton Croaking. From the TWosmm. Though It is generally admitted tbat the great rains at the South are over, the rivers generally- falling, and an additional area hai been planted, even dowu to the 5th or 10th Inst., on lands thus uncovered by the receding waters, the predictions of a third or quarter crop con tinue. A correspondent who has been travers ing the South for three months past, transmits the following estimate of the yield of I860 to a house la this city: Product of 1859 4I5.2HI 9W6G1 1,202 o:6 701,840 848.413 158,241 678.484 788,487 IBM Texas will make bales. 2(10.000 Alabama 250.000 UlrsiiMippi 150.000 Cieorsrla 2t0,000 Sou h Carolina 76 000 North Carolina and Virginia 100 000 Arkansas and lennersce 150,000 Louisiana and .Florida 125,000 Total 1 200,000 6,l-l.io2 Now it may be th.tt Texa will not make half, nor Alissistippi one eighth, nor Arkan...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1866. CITY IK T WLL1OEN0E For Acldihonai ti'y InteHUpnce ne Sitl'i 1'qm. Meeting or Councils. Select Council held ItB regular mcrtinR yesterday afternoon, I'refrident Ljnd in toe chair. Mr. Kinf? ollciert a resolution directint the Committee on Law to report a bill for tho ap pointment of a commission of scientific nentlo nieo to make, control, and direct arraueements for a better and permanent supply of water lor the city. Alter iouio ti inclusion the resolution was referred to the Committee on Water. The Committee on Public School reported a bill for the purchase of a lot ol protind in Nine teenth rtreet, near Chpannt, on which to erect a school house lor the nlntii section. After some discuision the bill was passed. Mr. fcspering presented a resolution authorizing the Commii-Bt.iier of City Property to contract for heaters aud ventilating apparatus for the new court house on Sixth street. Mr. Barlow ottered a resolution ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 June 1866

THE DAILT BygJjmflft TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 186C. fening iMfijtai.Ii It published every afternoon (Sunday txcrpt&l) 0t No. 108 B. Third ttrtet. Price, Jttree Cent! Per Copy (DoubU Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscriber out of the dtp at A ine Dollar Per Annum,' On Dollar and Fifty Cent for Two Month, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisement in all of our Edition, they mutt be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1806. The Democrat Incapable of Interpreting toe Constitution. Thb opponents of the Union party never tire of charging us with violating the Constitution in not admitting, at once, and without guarantee", the late Rebel communities to power in the Union as States. But it is well to bear in mind, that our Democratic cen-u are quite ignorant of the true scope and bearing of the Constitu tion. This was shown very satisfact...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1866. AMHSKMfcWTS. Amen Street Theatre. Miss KtHe rieiidrrson, one Ol our finest protean artists, will conclude her engatrcnxxt tlita evening; and at it is the occasion or her benefit, wo hare no doubt that the will have a splendid house. She one of the besi of the Mu tational sch'Oi ot actresses, and la aiwats popular in Philadelphia. Artor the conclusion ot her engage ment. Kchert Heler. thai Pra.tirilvltatanr and Pianist, will give a tenet oi bis entertainment, lie I was the originator of the "Sphynx"' mystery, and deserves success Walsijt 8trekt 1 heatre i bid evening ts the complimentary benefit 01 Miss Kflle Oermon, a young lady Who. by the conscientious discharge ot her dutiee, hat won the respect and esteem of all our theatre goers Her many friends wiil bt able to tes tily the r appreciation of her efforts by crowding the house. The programme is one that will please eyory patron. Americas; Theatric. Madame Ponisl, o...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 June 1866

iiii:ii!Moi;ko;i:i;s A Picture Gallery of the House of Representatives. THE MEN WHO LEAD AND THE MEN WHO FOLLOW. Our Ajax and Adonis. THADDEUS STEVENS AT FULL LENGTH The Cx-iNlH ami tlio Men. BU., EMk, Ktu Et. Eto.r ., JEle. Under the bronzed" and glided celling of the great Hall of Representative there is an irregu lar and unusual concentration of people. In the galleries, it is true, the f-pectators are equally diffused; but on the floor they have crowded to a single quarter, which Is on the lctt hand of he Speaker, midway between UU desk and the enter arc of seats, leaving all the chairs to his right and the superior halt of the House vacant of either Republicans or Opposition. Amid this dense and listening assembly an old man, with a keen pale face, Is reading something he has "Written in a quaint and solemn voice. It is Thaddcus Stevens, passing the last words ot debate upon the Amendment to the Constitution, -which is to make trt-ason odious and freednn national. THADDEUS STEV...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 June 1866

7 There's a fnricrs.1 shadow lyini Athwart Europe tar and wine; Drift and scuds of terror flylnjr, Fierce ard fact, on every Bide. Over Germany they darken, Over Italy they gloom; Sea Rirt Inland's bushed to hearken For the trumpet or the. doom. What la It, this black terror? Is't but the cloud of war, By some pernicious error Drawn near, from seeming far r No, 'is a deeper flyrk'ntng. Than e'en wat'g cloud can spread; And the voice lor which we're hearkening Thrill with more than battle's dread. There's a lustre as of lightning Hid in the war-rlouu's breat; There strikes au upward brighl'ning From an armed nation's breast. There is music in war's voices Stern music though It be When down-trod Right rejoices Might has ris'n to set her tree. But in this cloud no lifting Of the heavy pall we trace; Liprht brcaketh through no rifting Of this veil on Europe's lace. No exultation bl enoVtta With this low mourning moan Of Freedom a she bendoth Her face aside to groan. Tis Nemesis dark ang...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 June 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 18(5(5. HORRIBLE MURDEjMN MISSOURI. Tb &aft4a Lyscls4 by th Peopla. fro the St. lomi Republican Wtdnctday, Ob Bunday afternoon one of thoe diabolical mmei Incident to the pnrliens ot a large city m perpetrated at the place known as Columbia Soltom. a short distance across tbe river from Carondelet, by which a well-known citizen of Uaroodelet lost bis life in a sudden and horrible tanner. Tbe circumstance of the murder were as follows: In the moraine of the day nentiooed, John Augustine, a citizen of Caron delet, went acroRS the river with a friend to transact some business, and proposing to ro bunting when done with his butnness matters, took a gun alonir with him. In tbe afternoon tbe to nen when returning to Carondelet, pasted a snloon known by the name ot Fort Monroe, and one ot ibem proposed to bo in and lake a drink. When approaching tbe saloon tliey berd an uproar inside, and Mr. Augus tine's friend tried to diss...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 June 1866

H - ( VOL. V.-Oso 150. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 23. I860. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. HELMROLD'S "HIGHLY CONCENTRATED" COMPOUSD FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHU. A positive and speclflo remedy tor dineMen of the PLAIMlK, RllNKi(t.G8iVL. A SI) DKOPSICA L HWK.l.LlNUH. ihi medicine Increaiea the powers of digestion, and excites ihe abtorhenta Into healthy action, by which the matter of e.iloareojs depoal Ion and all unnatural enlargements are reduced, u weil at pain and Inflauiina tlon, and la good for men, women , and children. . ..., mm huh Hint him miii iihh nun umi mm huh hhhhiihhhhh 11h i'uiiiuhh i huh miii una nun HHH HUH HHI Mild HHH Will IIELMBOLD'8 EXTRACT BUCHU, l or weakness, attended with the following symptoms: Indispoiltion to l-.xertion, Loss ol Power, Low of .Semory, Phtleu ty 01 breathing, Weak Serves, Trembling. Morrorof Mxease, Wakefulness, Dluiness of Vision, Pain In the back. Uotliamla. flushing oi i be Hody, Jrynesa ol' the "kin, Eruptions of the r'ace, 1 1 Iversul Lamltua...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 June 1866

THE DAILl EVENING TELEGRAPH. PIIILADELPIIIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 186G. LITERATURE. Bummfr Rest. By Gail Hamilton. '.Boston: Tlcknor A Fields. Gail Hamilton la a prolific writer fearfully BO. When a woman takes up the pen in thorough earnestness, as she most assuredly has done, this is apt to be the caae. But, fortunately for ler own reputation, she has not drifted Into the channel of romance, as women writers are co apt to do. Had sho made this venture, sue cess would have been doubtful; at least If she Jiad pereloted in that stately, idiomatic style of dialogue in which heraoli nd Halicarnassus iave figured o conspicuously of late. Not that It to without its charms, for the truth of the matter is directly the reverse. Tet it Is far from Statural, and bears on ite very surface the marks fcf great painstaking. Tbat we should find in the six volumes which the author of "Country Xivlng and Country Thinking" has already given to the world many dull platitudes and ovcratrainod arguments, ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH -PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, I860. CITY INTELLIGENCE J'vr AddUional City 'huctlignwe tee tt, Futt. Official Visit to inn Gas Works. The annual visit of the City Councils to tho (iRB Works at Point Breeze took place yesterday afternoon. There was a lame attendance. Maior Oenpral John W. Geary, who arrived In Philndrlphia yesterday morning, whs accompa nied to th works by Ins Honor Mayor McMichael. Most or the party took pansafte in a train ot cars at Market street, and proceeded to the works. Other? used private carnnties. The magnitude ol the works rather H'oiii.'hed those ot the visi tors who bad never been there before. Anew and substantial retort bouse is in process of erection. Every ell'ort w ill be made to complete this bmldinir by the time winter arrives, other wise there cannot be enoucta pas jrnerated to supply the c ty. Mice last season a more economics uy of receiving the coal has been adopted, lie method is much more expedi tious, and sav...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 June 1866

It publitked every afternoon Sunday! excepted) U No. 106 S, Third ttreet. Price, Three Centt Per Copy Double Sheet), or Eighteen Centt Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and miiled to Subtcribtrt out of the city at Kin TkMart Per Annvn; One Dollar and Fifty Centt for Two Month, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Inter linn of Advertisement t in all of our Editiont, they mutt be forwarded to our office - not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 186C. . Sympathy with Italy. In the Impending war with Europe, Italy is the ' only one of the belligerent parties that com mands our sympathies. As between Prussia and Austria there la but little choice. The bone of contention between them U the Duchios which they robbpd Denmark o. Prussia is at tempting to carry off the lion's share, doubtless, but it is a quarrel among thieves, and the out side world cares very little which whip3. Austria is the hereditary foe of freedom the thrice-anointed priest of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 June 1866

IftilE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1860. S MATTERS OYER THE RIVER. A. Humane Institution. The Camden Home tor Friendless Children, whlcU Is now a little more than a year old, is an institution which has accomplished a great amount of eoor, and the manners have spared no pains to perfect Its UBelulnesg. At the present ttmo there are thirty parentless children iu it, who are kindly provided with the comforts of a home, and those necessnrie which are requi site lor their condition. The Increasine appliea lions d urine a few months past have compelled the managers to enlarge the accommodations, and consequently they secured a lease on the building- adjoining the Home, and have appro priately titled it up lor that purpose. The new apartments will be sufficiently large to accommodate some twenty-tive or thirty more of these ttiendless little ones; but it is the de sign ot the manairnrs, iu due time, to erect a new and more convenient building, on a lot which ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 June 1866

1 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1866. W - I Baw NUMBER LXXIH. A irr foe mkktal siarvmofl, and a curb FOB DT-POOBONDBIA, HY-POOWHT, OK ANT POMTLAJKT OF A BT ORDER. BT OUR SKIIIES EDITOR. AJLHANAC AND DIART. IM1T MCTRE-ItXOOIOAIi OBSERVATIONS FOR TBH W1AK, JItfT, I. Tobacco Manufacturers In srssion in I'hiiadolpha. (ireat want of harmony in the session ; the whole thin ended rn smoke, by each one trying to pulfhii own clears. Yjrtiiy, 10. Reantta Day on the Delaware. Itace of sailinr craft on tho river, and a Chariot laco at Suffolk Fark. Great disorder to society by this Intermingling ot the racos. KdnMday, 20. Prize flrht In Virginia, near Yi ashinaton. ibis one by Barney Aaron and Collier being a success Rousseau's attack on Mr. Grinnoil, at Washington, proved mise rable failure. Xbarndnj, Meeting ot City C'onneflg, Tro-fe-sor Jlairuiie, with several other Pro feasors of the Central Hlph School, recoive a three months' notice to quit. Frld ny, 112 A 1...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY", JUNE 23, 1866. THE VOLfNrEKaTS RErCKN., nave come back to you, mother, Weary, waited, and worn, With lorks matted over my forehead, And clothe blooJ-otnlncd and torn; It's no w onder you shrieked when you saw me, As if I had struck you a blow; I am not looking much bke the fellow You parted with three years ago! For that ono was stalwart and handsome, Kaeer and fierce for the sinfe. While this one Is weary and wasted, 8carrcd, and a crippie for life ! Mother, God knows lor the Union I'd tight till my very last breath; But lust twenty-one and a cripple For you it had better been death. Not for you, darling mother, you only For another Were was when I left With e.vca that were bluer than heaven, And lips like the ripe cherry clelt ! My Mu pule she was may God bless her! I meant to have made her my wife She had promised but how can I ask her To mate with a cripple for lite ? There, mother, don't weep; it was cruel To utter one word ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 June 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAfE. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1800. Ukt and Important IntolllgeHf Trl nph r the BT nt on an I DepmtU mr mt BPrldal B i i-Hu Arrival at SI. Tbinii-Aeilwa mt ib Jt toaal 6Terannt, Etc. St. Domimgo Citt, Jane 9. The wTolotion bw Wumphed. Air. Baez leave to-day, in the Apanistt steamer Barttitma, tor bt. Thorn, lie bad b"n a pee tin i, tor the last Tew day, commissioners from (he provisional government, 10 whom be desired, apparently, to depone his (unctions of executive power; bet, on tbe&j'h u t received tho tidmro that (.eneral 1'lmcnUl bad advanced witn a superior force In the neighborhood of San Carlos, a suburb of tbe city ot St. Domingo, and received a despatch from said General, bv a courier, announcing tbst the City must be surrendered within lorty etirht boars. Beea answered the denpatoh, and wante I to enter into negotiations; but, owing to the rumor that the a-arrlson had opened the gate ot the city to tbe Invading army, panic and conste...

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