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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 August 1853

R log eotch«m ««• • I'lf^rdSTdey di akl» •* t'rrsh. Ju» U*. wfefcrin' an'drrfe' till can* brought isa aedarecome 'vival ob ail de totk fctf,isftohiharfcs»d«; But. brnirfn. - otertMW ****&?££ nfore, oo jn#' such a®"—» fcf an tkt r ,ritm beautiful enough for a of SErs than BeraU. bliows '**"• - ■ • f > ... - OHOVMKD to Lit*.—lntended to Tolaneo wx _ !m mediately »the body ' tZZZndSaBi the water press the chert suddendownward and bMkward, tod iu--213t dSSoanue Ox pressure. ***** «£> SrSterraption until npnir of ««««on bellows * -.tawwH. When obtained, introduce the waß upon the base of the tongue. S«rround the mouthwith a towel or handkorehiret and Direct» bystander to press firmly upon ftenroiectimrpsrt ot the neck, (called Adam's aprln f the bellows actively. Then press Jukw the chest to expel the air from tfee lunto ,* SjL, natural breathing. Continue this at least an hoar unless signs of natural breathing come on. Wrap' die bodyln blanket*, place i...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 August 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ~ Ul CuVVLEiSAHTS, Editor. jAS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. fhr DAILY DISPATCH in «»rved In *nb«crib*r« ,MX A ?ci> * quarter c£»t» re* wets, payable to «he Carrier weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year In The Weekly Dispatch m Utaed •■very nniM to »nh»cribrr* at $1 per annum. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, &C. •jTj7i;sH b OKKI (iN IKH>DS.—BT f Baltic, Asia and Glasgow, we hare rer.ch embroidered COLLARS; do do mandarin ititmlT SLEEVES; do do CHEMIZETTES; dodo Rook FLOUNCING!?; Jaconet and Swiss EDGINGS .*,A INSKRTISGS; Madtw and Gingham HDKFS.; Printed Cotton HDKFS., in great variety, Turkey red do; Men's buck and doeskin GLOVES; Ladies' blsck and mode col'd sHk do; Ladies'. Misses' and Men's Kid <i<»—a full assortment; tine and extra tine . 'k TWIST; «ilk and mohair coat and vest BINDJkGS- silk Trimming BRAIDS; do BUTTONS; lasting and Twist, coat and vest BUTTONS, fcc., to vbifh we invite the attention of the trade. „ j ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 August 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. j^TOiWJSftra combined. RICHMQXP, Mk.t MONDAY MORN I WO. AtTOtTST 1\ IKB- Captain Gibaon. Captain WaltkTlTO.b.so*. owner and commander of the American schooner l- hrt, whose cruel and prolonged ofJava the Dutch authorities hi the Island of Ja\a, made known in this county -mo months since, having Reaped from h« per ~ arrived in New York a tew days He -«<1« « •"** .r .he uwr -<>>;» £ has appeared in the New ork Irtfam It is too ions for our coln.nns, but wo w.U present, in a condensed form, the chief particaG. sailed from New York on the 33th May, 1851, in the American schooner Flirt-—a vessel that had been armed with the view of carrying military aid to Gen. Carrera, then struggling to get possession of the government of Guatamala; but the enterprise having been abandoned by the withdrawal of one of the parties, he visited the Cape de Vcrdes and Brazil, with the view of selling his vessel. Not succeeding he left for Singa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 15 August 1853

THE T.A TEST NEWS. -' Bv felograph for the flatty Dispatch. » t>n,\t. of thk Gardiner commission. ARRI thk yellow fever. New Oaf-KAW*. Aujpist 12.—The steamer Texw, from Vera ('ruz, Wh. hai> arrived. Among hrr )iuCajtf- Mordecai and the Commission ePn , ;o jtpxico to bvciHgtte the Gardiner affair. death* from yellow {ever in this ci'jr during the la--' four days uumlwr TIT. ARRIVAL OF THE BLACK WARRIOR. v . w v o rk, Augtut 11—The rteamer Black War--Mir ha" arrival w ttli Havana dates to the 9th. No i*.-w of importance. ' Fifty-three person# died ia this city last week Irotn the effect* of heat. Air) FOR new ORLEANS. tUt-TiMonn. Aue. 14.—The contribution* in« New York, for the sufferer* by the prevailing epidemic ir.SNew Orleano, amount, thus far, to «20,0U0; Phila>i lphia $*XK>, aud in Baltimore $0000. By the Latest Mails. DREADFI'L ACCIDENT providence and Worcester Railroad.—Great Low »f Lift. Providence, 12. —A colli-ion occurred on the...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. The tvaiowinK xonn« t wuciudt* with n v*ry well tiiiiicM p***-KoA * in tint line w verv rare: SONNET TO A HAUGHTY BEAUTY. sVm'r» vwj elegant, my lofty - And have indeed a moat bewitching face. Which only wanta a st3e To make ton beautiful a« Byron s Hahiee . A decent "pride there's cer«telT 00 harm in , The verv be*; of us must •till be h< ,,, <»i>. But though tine feature, charm «•'"** ? man - Beautv with modesty ia twice aa charming. I knew a ladv. fairer, colder, purer Than anv ice on Nova Zenihia a aide, Who grew *o ugly with o erweening yride, it took a regular small-pox to cure her. Proud -he waa spurned. but. Nature thua on.witted. The girl waa loved the moment ahe wu pitted' PottMaXTtASD Politic#,—The Democratic ConvrnHon of Maryland, on Thursday, nominated T. Watkins Lis»n of Howar.l county, for Governor. TUe* nominated Win. P. Whyte, of Baltimore, for comptroller, and Lemuel Roberta of Queen Anae'i- for Lottery Commissio...

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

daily i>isi>atch. "rTpLEASASTS, Editor. 1 \S A CQWAKDIN, Proprietor. .mUV DISPATCH is served to subaertber* ' C? NTS r> R WKF.K.p«}«ble TO * x Vrekiv. Price for mailing, S4 a year in ' ! . rT ' >ri,„ W kkki.v Dispatch is hwr4 every GOODsTcLOTHiyG, Ac. TmTksTTToKEIUN GOODS.—By I* ' . ~ R.iitio. Asia »t>d <•!• «W*, *■' rr " * ' . h-oiit.-rea COLLABS; do Ho mandarin <" ?•' 15 .lodo » m INiijl; Jaconet and tswiss hUUIMiS » Mad ran and Gingham HDKJ&4 H PKKS , in llMt «K«Tt T««W r '] v. nV buck and doeskin GLOVES; W.uV ***>' V mo de co! - d *Hk do; Ladies'. Misses and £ k',,l rio—a full assortment; tine and extra hue >• s *"d mohair coat and vent BlNDffrl*ilk'TrtmSnf BRAIDS; do BUTTONS; ' .. V T«,k . ..at and vest BUTTONS. Vc., to L'V'-nvite the attention of th* trade. KF.NT. PAINE KENT. SU 5 ______ — — FmvTFnTk reduction in prices. I \ wurifices in all kinds of Spring aud Sum--V...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. combing — RICHMOND, VA-: TUESDAY MORNING. Al'fH'ST I*. '*' We are most heartily obliged to our of the. press, in all directions for tto *- tremelv complimentary notices . .hi*. r.,„„ P hori. "ft!,.- _ o ]n ,„| in larize where all are so fc ontirelv their j»raises, which, we tear, arc not nt.rel> deserved. . - Letters from Fashionable 1 lacks.The Dispatch *to h«' e 11 " from a gentleman of h ne tab nts, who wdl lrive what is interesting from the fashionable summer-retreats as well as the cities of ihe North. These will be amongst the most readable and racy letters of the day—they will be quite a treat to our readers. We shall have the first of the series in a few days. The DujxtffAconcrtie* to the Lynchburg Erpres*, that higher prices for » "iujjle hugshoad lmve been obtwned in the Utt«r than m U.e fonner ctty, but ,-ontf-ndx that Ac bulk ot tol.acco eold wßichmomi commaixi* «better price than in Lynchbnre. With ♦v,;« i-ontroveroy, we have nothing to do...

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

THE LATEST NEWS. By fdcs^P^ or **<> Pail y T , rr "wi M'HKR AT THF. NORTH.—TERRIBLE KFr KOTri OF THE IIEAT.—GREAT STORMVEw Ye**- Au<r. 15.—The weather i? intenaely tot and i'f effect* have been frightful. Ninety pert .lied here yesterday from sun atroke. !'h:i.u V Auc. J."-—Woodaide, the cele- } , ',>i ji .Inter, HI dead in the street tc-day, from tJie efiect* ol heat. Vostov Vug. 15.—A terrifie thunder atorm occerred in thi- vicinity laat ni-jht Barn* were burnt, ; ,-ruck, and several persons killed and inFROM BUENO.i AY RES. r OST( v. Aujwt 15. —Advieesfrom Buenoe Ayren, r -;t tl. .'the blockade was raided on the 20th J -iyTHE YELLOW FEVER. \ew Grikaw, Aug. 13.—The deaths in this city ♦Rom ye":u-.v fever lor the week ending Friday, cmr.tered 1277. THE MARKETS. >'t;w York, Auc. 15.—f^aleaof 10,000 bblg. Flour &; unchanged rate 4 . Wheat and Corn steady. Bjhtimokk. Aug. 15. ofKK) bbie, Flour at S'.'iv, I*ooo bu'Lels ...

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

THE DAILY IMS PATCH. a Frenchman by the name "1 1 rf.v 7of" f ™o*nc«l,) who lived alone m « rtwl hanks of the Wabaab, about three mil«* « the nihwi* Hde w«, found dUd in his yard, «hO» through the jltokept a vrooiyarvt, ami it «M generally h«. h««i «large amount of money about tl: ® Ho clue to tho murderer, or how much i got, hn« ever hern diaeovered. A»m" aince. a brother of the murlered mm " , France and took possession of hb PJ?£? (k e mn ,,nrr. born living in tho Mine house alone I jjouw A few days since some person we" „„,i the body and foumH him at the frontdoor, d«. , several bearing the appearance of "«««« - Rn d day*. A coroner's jury f*"? immediately' below found the mark of a jnto the throat the eye. which J the murderer and enured his death. .*«> U ke a case of has been dweorere I. U " revenge than ol murder for momy. . v-.riKKC* —When Dr. Donne, afterj'nlf 1 oft Paul's, took ponceeaion othia first ™ noticed into the churchyard he took up I thrown bv the sexto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 August 1853

DISPATCH. HVGOr PLEASANTS, Editor. US V (OWAKDIN, PROFRIKTOR. JUS CATCH i« served to subscribers The PA! ■ , KT m cents MER week, payable to „ AN-' » price for mailing. $4 a year in i e U ( . rKLV Dispatch is issued every fv j ..<$ to Hubneribcr* »t annum. GOODS, CLOTHINO. &c. v , vyTTTYo k e nTNl;oo])s-Hv |< . Asia and G ssgow, we have reJ V 'i, , -Heped COLLARS; dodo ina.idarin <v fWF.S; ao do CHEMISETTES: do do * J' L-r ;Ni l NHS: Jaconet and Swiss EDGINGS * Msdra- and Gwgham HDkFS.; f.r' tiijkFS. sr*»at vanity; Turkey M buck and doeskin (ILOVES; Ladies' T"- • . ] . eol'd sH* do; Ladies', Muses and V'\T, !„,1 assortment; tine and exmhn« T ' .-id mohair rust and vest BIND- ' ' M?'" -,ming BRAIDS; do BUTTONSt v . vest to *;7hV- ' at, kENT?PAINEtKENT. REDUCTION IN PHICES. I . * r/.ces in ail kinds of Spring and SumJ -to ' —Hsvina rented the store lately occupied Tm ' Wadsworthk Turner, 75 Main street, and - ,Vi , live riv stock previous t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 August 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. — —Cation of the Daily excrd' J&ZZt, U.ily r.p.r.ofKicb—d ■*—" RICHMOND, VA : wrnNKSPAY MORNrNO. Aumtsr rr. JlßgJish Admissions of American Superiority. Every man who was acquainted w "'l' English newspaper yews ago, wdl remember * eneermg tone towards Am thing American. One up a number of an English Gatette w.thnut finding his country vilified, her msti u,l °"* laughed to scorn, her honesty .mpeached, and her manners and enlightenment he d up to ridicule Nor was this unceasing stream of a ,,use pourol forth by Mrs. Trollope and the floonderers in the sty of Grub street alone. It is only nine or ten years since Dickens lent his pen to the production of his venomous "American notes," and in '-Martin Chuwlewit" exhausted his utmost talent in making mockery of all things pertaining to the people of our Republic. Then Sidney Smith opened his powerful batteries upon us, portraying the Americans as a race of savages, fools ami swindlers. Meanwhile, the Lond...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 August 1853

the latest news. PUM'IDF IN LOUISA We that Or. Wm. R. Haekett, of Louis* • »:v was tound dead, on Monday morning last, a tohacco bar" on hi- farm. Ho was swinging the neck w i'h « r* ir bridle reins. His fate is anor j'.lart ration of the evil# of the intemperate ufe at ardent spirits. _ , ;H r ca-K OF THE ABANDONED CHILD. The unfortunrte woman, suspected of having 8 i the child on the < ,'entral road, en t-'atttr- . been arretted, ami wa* brought down in •"r cars yesterday, to Frederick'# Hall, where the jfant is. Her name i« Angelina Cootet—not Ere- ■ H i fl|«J JWtnnUT. The j>oor child-wag still • ivo B , the car* passed yesterday evening; but there are no hopes of i's recovery. ARRIVAL OP THE HUMBOLDT. Four Day* Later from Europe. Skit Ye**, Auqust 15.—The steamer Humboldt arrived ibis ev.'iii.i,- from Southampton and Havre, i -•! pas-encore a:id Liverpool datc« of the • I'last."" The Am 'i lea arrive i at Liverpool on the * ~:ni the Gla-gow at Greenock on t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 August 1853

THE PAILY DISPATCH. THTSTAKS ANT) STRIPKf*. June |4tJi, ITft, Congrcw parsed tliefbllowitf That the Flag of flic Thirteen Unljed siate« be thirteen Stripes, alternate red and white; that the Union l>e thirteen Stars, white, in a blue ti '1,1, representing a new Constitution. Thi* was the origin of the National F lag of ;« r Uni:ed State'—the glorious "Star* and Stripe* which ba* proudly waved, since that day. over many of the greatest victories of modern time*; that stir* the hloud of every tvueheisrted cl«« n. whoever and wherever he behold* it floating 1 the breeze: that waves in every part ol the wt « , and that is everywhere respected, on sea and o» shore. ... _ , The ahore reaolution wa* made public, . eptemher 3d. IT7T. According t"> Colonel 1 rumbull, the i Fias made in pursuance of it was first used at the surrender of Burgoyne, October 1 <th, of the same year. Thiswasagloiious liegiuniug tru.y; tortliat was one cf the most im}>orU...

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

THE daily dispatch, ~~ gt'GH 1:. I>I.F.ASJ\TS, Editor. JAP. A COWARDIN. Proprietor. TheOMT-Y DISPATCH is wwti to Mteribm »• «'\ «M> l .ITARTKH rr.NTS PFR « • r.ic. pavable to J. wpfklj. Price tor mailing. 54a year in * The Wtr.M.v Dispatch •« ••very «t.a inaiVdto ■.übwrribers atSi p.-r annum. dry "goods, CLOTHING. &c. ■p i;| ; .s|| F(> REI <' N tiooDfv—By r . Haiti.-, A -in and «iV«w, we hive reip.,.- -brnWef-H COLLARS: do do mandarin c t:*. •",£S' FA VBS; a.) doCHEMIZKTTES: d<> do r • KLOUNCINUS; Jaconet Mid Swbl EDGtNGS \ _ 1 i\ (, s. Mad ran* and Gingham HI)KF3.; i r HDKFS. in great variety; Turkey M •« buck and doeskin OLO\ KS; Ladies' J . n ',j col'd silk do; Ladies', MU*e»' and », V — a full aawwtment; tine and extra fine TWI<" . A and mohair ■ a* and veaf BIND-VO-i ► a Tar .!•••!.« BRAIDS. do BI'TTONS; r , 7~u - 1 , coat and vest BI'TTONS, i-c., to ... "... , .!<■ the attention...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ~~"RTch mowp- vA : t n~— * Arorw it, i*«. * ==1_ Americana. The American people, tak«n as a whole, arc. „™Wh. ««t „eit.lde in the world. Z there ,r« many exeepthm.. >»"«*' ZX "•« ""» t VZZn not live without eaeitemeiit an) 1 ' without air. If they Ml to™- ' < "<"»* motion, they .oarch in i anotl (m| , wlMji boy in the >I«J' , ifc lf „„ think he miR " • reaehea man's "7? m " 11. mint have «cit.ment In ,ome ee,«.y«fh» 11. le,™ , his home, not «ldom without leave of father or mother, and I'HW» into the wtde .orid of town life, only for e«itement lie soek it in the pursuit of wealth, in the indulgence of religions extremes, at the gaming table or in tbe use of tobacco or the brandy bottle If either, or all these means of excitement fail, he enlists in the army or turns M ;ior Whatever is monotonous he abominates. and for the first thirty years of his life would prefer a storm to a calm. If he is a trader, he desires a fortu...

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

the latest news. ABANDONED CHILD. 1 Coatet, arrested Tuesday on the chanre -.Vindonitig an infant chili on the Central roil- ' V.'n Saturday last. was taken for a short time Zl-i Frederick Hull depot, to Louis# C. H„ yeater- • -'where *betr*»fo Tnw, 'y examined before justili,J Purina her examination, she exhibC (*olisiev * ' , , , , rcat ro utrition ami emotion. She tinted that n . v ntfci *ince—bavins previously been fOBIC i"" »nlaee near Locust Dale. Madison Co.— f -.luoc i I!' 1 r.;it she would soon become a mother, she a i-er t r.tive place, and came to this city tor the >«> of being delivered offhcchild. Herfamily ' v „r V respectable, and she felt that if ehe re- , -„\i home with her child, ike would be ruined ' rrvpr Accordingly, on the way up the Central ». '' -ad along which she passed as Mrs. Johnson, , . dropped her infant very caret ully from an ex- ~ c f the car, m t designing to kill it, bu: n" that some one would pick it up alive and . r rare of...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. =71 u I( cl«vt 'i. «'*il known i n the Mississippi lately died Memphis. Another break h»»oceurred in the Krlo Canal, fi i t> miles ea*t of Rochester. r.ie spiritualist* oi Ciocianati sre preparing to m set in general convention early in the la"Win. Worth am. eierk of the reamer Memj -hi.-, die.) of yell >wiever, l»«t week, below Nat hi. return from New Orleai s Purdy J. Hdtt, who has M,srri, '' i /; o'*ril^,'r'0'* ril^,'r ' ou was tormerly from Xenia, Ohio and > P , #< , e the Free Press, formerly publish'. <i 1 Tiif. Grape Cflor. —The I!eaa.n ? thnt ,b " ,a,OMed to destroy the crop but it has su.»i<l »• Covington- and Onto Bailroai*-It is sta'ed U.at tLecoLra,....,, either end o! h.-en let to the amount of about »7|*l <W»-4eavtiiat of the million appropriation 1 j the ginta Legislature for contingencies. Thk Maryland. —The new steamer built in Wilmington. Pel., tor the Philadelphia. Wil...

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

The daily dispatch. B. FLEASAXTS, Editor. I\S A. 0< AVAKDIN. Propkietor. .n,l V Hi- VI'CH is «etved to subscribers . VUn a wsr.n.K cr.NTJ I'EK vvir.K. r r.y«;»l»- jo I -v ' \*, < > v. Vric* for mailing, SSa yeai i* f ' ! ' t» ~ \V v.kklv DupatCh U i«mc«i every goods, CLOTHING. &c. TTrrprir" 10 Ki: i<; N <;< >< >1 >*.—i<y r ' •« i! !.•>. Asia and "«• h «ve «•«- red COLLARS: d.» do mandate ". ' 1I \ )■•..■■: <,i > CHEMI/.ETTE& <*o «• *'•" c| (>l'N< INGS: Jumr.ot and Swiss EDGINGS ' •; ;!NGS: M >.lr.i»s iv.-l Gingham IIDKKV; - HDKKS., ;.:i ?•»»'. : T»rkev ' ',( ■ h nod dcrsKin <>..G\ ».**. Ladles J "7 ~I}M « !k do; Ladies'. Mutw*' and ' ,c , V. I i. „ i,,]] Mstwrnu'tii: fine and extra Una >'■ • vr and vest HIM). *7 i , I' T; :;':iin« B...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. " ~ „«■ t >,r P*i>T Di«t>«lch exceeil* y P .P-of Richmond , combined 1 • Rr CH Mo wP• VA : FRIDAY MORXtNft AUGUST 19. IM3- The Weekly Dispatch, Fcr Fridav. Aujrust l!>th. i« now ready an. f „r sale at this office. This is acknowledged to he one of the best and cheapest family newspapers published South ot i ason Dixon's. Its columns this werk contain carefully prepared Editorials upon th< mo. t m terestine topics of the day; se o<t« ae., poetrvand anecdotes; a complete d.gi*t of the latest foreign and domestic news; full reports of important criminal charge* and trial., here and elsewhere; correspondence, items, * Price 3 cents per single copy;•1 per annum in advance. Chinese Affairs. The news from the Celestial Empire is deeply interesting. Until very recently, the character and purpose of the revolution now fowg on in that distant empire, has been an «nigma. It was supposed, however, to be a mere...

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

l iTiTLATEST NEWS. BY THE AMERICA. j>, vy r*rk:*k Pifiaity-.Tke Prorp** *>/ &*«r <:u,*gikcning—<State of the Market*. Ti.T-r-s N- S.. August l«.—The America sail* At i? tin- cvei iag. We forward addi r 5 ',i, M-.1-of her news. 11 i;ms steamship Pacific, from New > or*. at L v,.. on tic 23d July, arrived out on the morning Tttrktv.—The Eastern difficulty was wdav-c.f "being settled.. itiierior peace -war. The piihli: generally looked OU the state ,j .jrsasless satisfactory. • ~r c -e it pi>fi i 'ti of the question stands thus: ,• t'-e 10 hor 12tb of Austin!. the Czar's filial *vr »othe ultimatum of the tour p. wers—Au<France. England, and Prussia—cannot be v.'. '-v' It h- accept* tha r ultimatum, hie troop* imm* diaHv withdrawn from the priticithe conference at Vienna, |>umtfaig It* '"r'l 1 -ements. wiil conclude a treaty to protect i: ~v ~11 tine coming. It the Czar refuses the of the...

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