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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 20 January 1852

VOL 2--NO '»• TUK VV\II.Y DISPATCH. I 1 " - : —— —— \7c A cowAKPIN, Proprietor, nrsn Editor. -a*H tfkms of advertising. C so i 1 square, 1 month #4 00 t iqv.sre. tin* 0-• | J do SmoH'hs 700 I do 3 ' ,-5 M do 6 ao 16 00 , (i,-. 1 w 075 | j do 1 year 30 00 1 charged at the same J* «u.>r*;*einent.<. •t''' ,v«< niiif a $qnari; longer ad fiT 1 e Xßf t proportion, and payable in ad ferUKW"*« **221. . inserted once a week.twlee A S n : »; a week, will be *b.r««d SO **» •; l insertion, and Mi cent# tor each K i^»M^riaeenotices inserted for 25 cents; Fu r? Cl . uU Dentiis, without obituary or ")\'n v' served to subscribe™ weekly- Fnce tor inaibng. *4 a year in ad- THE WKKKLV DISPATCH , -. v-thed every Friday morning, and mailed ,t - ' a VKaII for S5 sixco- X*r#H» thirteen copies; for $15 twenty CO for SAHwenty^evei^opier^^M^^ M|t mill ROSENFELD & j k;'oTHKR was this day, by mutual consent, , i Ail persons having claims against the f r< »--i olesse present them to H. Rosenfeld...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 20 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. tW TO AOTKKTlHßSß.—Theclreafattoa -Of the Dispatch is thui tikes u large m that of toy jihsr Daily paper is the city of Richmond. It i* therefore gn-ntly superior to any other as a ■edium of ndvrrtialng. RICHMOND. FA.: Toca«la> Morning, Jananry 20, 1853* CT S« First Pane for Interesting Fo reign New*, LrgUlative Proceeding*, if. AFFAIRS OF FRANCE Louis Napoleon seems to be "progressing ' towards the imperial crown, even more rapid ly than we had supposed he would have done. The change in the French flag, from the sim plicity of'the Republican era, to the more gor geous, and more striking ornaments of the em pire, is too significant to escape the eye of «he least Jiscerning. It is an appeal, on open and direct appeal to the favorite passion of the grtuv, the reverence umouuting almost to ado ratio!;, which every French soldier feels for the incinoiy of the Emperor. It is an appeal, not less forcible beciuse less direct, to the whole French anion, the most marti...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 20 January 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. ' the northern mail. T o P now and on the track Sunday . retarded the Fredericksburg cars ho ihat ihev did not arrive until 5 o'clock morning! Capt Washwotok Dak ' t who came *ith the train, aaya he ha* FU Witnessed any lik « « l »« obstructions 1t( ,, e( l gunday ai.d Sunday night by the ! Yesterday morning the train departed, °bv two powerful locomotives. It was would enable it to return at a ren- üblekcur. , . . . y,■ cats, however, had not arrtred when wc impelled »«' gc >o I'WM "'ft l '*- u .»i\t;.—vwo or three members of tbc R ■ *tu« or other gentlemen, can be accom 1 3«• -hood rooms and board, (terms mod ;r..d ' . ' ppjvine immediately at the Floyd epi -site tV'American Hotel. " 20— it ?«7o~u>t KITTTSV:ks.—T HK V IRGINIA I 'a 'viMiF.ii- published at Staunton, Va., VrseV. ctrcalation enjoyed by any paper, . nii l )' -bed in that regiou of the State ; and M ' ;he hest medium that merchants and ? " ', n M-leot for communicaSing with the peo ■ the V I'ey an...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 20 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATOH ICwrmptaieKt *f the Dally Dkfttek. A Cold Sump—For ret i and Bt gmiU—A Pmm ic—C*ttof Public Srkoolg —Brooklyn and Jcrttf City—Coroner Greer. Nzw York, Friday, Jan-16. A cold and wintry day makes ua pay for the comfort we enjoyed yesterday, anl the comparatively aprmg-like temperature which attends e "January thaw," has mysteriously disappeared. In the Forrest case, to-day, the poet Bryant was called tip for the defence. A wag truly nays that the cine is a trial of all the acquain tances of both parties, and it seems to be so care enough. Another school house panic occurred to- at the scene of the late disaster in Green wich Avenue ; a few boys having thought lessly raised a cry of fire, which alarmed the children anew. Luckily, the teachers suc ceeded in closing the doors, and prevented a repetition of the catastrophe of December. The Public School Society have published a statement of the expenditure* upon the schools under their charge, during the past year ; th...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 21 January 1852

HE VOL 2-N0.79. ■pnTjj VILY DISPATCH. ~J AS a COW ARPIN, Proprietor. n > l]ll R. CI.KASANTH, Editor. CASH TEKM^OF~~APVK RTI SIN G. irtioti £0 50 ! 1 square, 1 month #4 00 I *wu*i nM>vt jon« 075 1 do 2tnf>it'h* 700 1 f i m do 1 W I do 3 do 10 00 1 1° t w.4c 1 *:> I 1 d 0 6 do 16 00 1 I 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 1 rv- Communication, are charged at the same FT t£ advertisements. "JZ u-*s or U>* naJcf « ffnsrt; longer ad J&mento in exact proportion and payable mad niS= Advertisements inserted oneea week, twice Ek or times . week, will be 10 for the tint insertion, and 57* cent* lor each K rySwo notices Inserted for 25 cent*; Fu pT 3 cents, Deaths, without oUtuary or invitation, 1-i cent*. , •Tr >'■ Daily Dispatch" is served to subscriber* \: a a , d a l»*rter rent, jwr »«*, payable to the weekly. Price for mailing. 84 a year m ad fatce. tiir weekly dispatch „ pushed Friday morning andmaUed ONE DOLLAR A YKA*. To Cl.rBS, for t5 *I*CO -2L fori 10 thirteen copies; for $1...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 21 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPAftfl. CT TQ ADVKK.TlHKH*—TJi«clrcal«ttoo Of the DisrATCH la thus ram u Urge m that of any ether Daily (taper in the city of Rtafcmoad. Ilia therefore greatly superior to any other as a •odium of advertising. RICHMOND. TA.« Wfd»f»d»r !N*raia| t Jaiaarr 21,1832. (xronng Greatness of the United States— Decay of Ireland. The reader will be alruck by the extraordi nary article from the London Times, published upon the first page of thia day's issue. The view which it takes of our actual condition, and tbe prophecy which it hazards, with re gard to our "future," are ccitainly justified by the actual condition of the United States at thia moment. Yet it is strange that praise should come from such a quarter. Of all the active, untiring, unappeasable maligners which this country has found among the journals of Europe, none has been so active, so untiring, so pertinacious as the Times itself. The con fession, that after all, we ore worthy of consi deration, comes with such a h...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 21 January 1852

■The"latest news. -" the northern mail. T)if c#r 4 from the North arrhcd about 12 ,-chi-k Monday night, bringing no mail be to„dWsshingtoii. • Veg ,er<h»y morning a telogiaphic message ,n.-cd that tne steamer Powhatan had not died Washington on hsr return trip as late r " V, \ lock. A. M. So we could receive no Xpifhcm mail yesterday. The cars which i out m the morning, ictiiined at an early % i;r in the evening, from Fredericksburg, of , ist - bringing '"> m "'' beyond that place. .V.uKt'T I.W PORT ATI ON.—-A lot of II , .hfui IV.it Monsies with tabl«a, Memoran „u t K?, Curd Cases, Ac., all combined. These the hanr'somest and most culMtauiial V " P V* on* A>*«H * fwat variety of handsome and Amcrcan Port Monaies and Fancy 1 • '-V< tor f*!f at lo* piico*. by " BKNNKTT A BEERf*. Prusrgists, . 125 Main street , iSnHKTH'!* WAKKAMTKO tiAK- I N SKF.I* —Wr aro in irc»'ipt ot our aMort ' f'tt. » crop (larder. S«ed, from Landreth 3, l, mirP th » Ku.al Re§i-ter and Almanac for 18...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 21 January 1852

y*""""" I Jt» I II m A 111 il "1 I y ■ '■ ■■ ■ ■ ■!».•*! Cwiijialiwi tftke Patty Pfa|Mil, WwHINOTOK Citt, J»b. 18th, 1852. The Baltimore Clipper of yesterday, con* gratulaiiag you on the enlargement of your ehe*t, add*, with a good deal of »uuvrte, thrft n$ improvement is perceptible in the appear ance of the "Dispatch," «a it woaid be Cully to attempt to "guild refined gold, or paint the lily-? Very neatly done. You owe him one, I think. • We are beginning to breath* muc|> easier since the receipt of Mr. Buchanan's manifato in rega/d to the doctrine of non-intervention, connected with the question of Hungarian in dependence. • ■ • /•Old Buck" (as he is familiarly called) goes tire whole swine—bristles and all; his frientfs ! hire already begin to term him the "lighting candidate" —for the nomination; now for the pi&nuncuxmentos of Marcy and Butler—and wfe shall have heard from the democratic side of the House. , >. . Gen. Scoit will then be called upon to give expression ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 22 January 1852

VOL B—NO. 80. THE DAILY DISPATCH. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. (irCSn K. I'LKAHAWW,B<U*r. TERMS OK ADVERTISING. , i insertion f0 I 1 square, 1 month #4 00 4 73 I do 2 mo*»hs 700 } £ , do ico'i do a do 10 00 } il 1 week 1 7511 do 6 do 1C 00 1 j a weeks 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 1 Communications are charged at the same *s advertisement*. rtT Ten Una or lot malt a tfuert; longer ad- Tenements in exact proportion, and payable in ad jverti«emenU inserted once a week,twice . »'* k. or three times * week. will be tbanjed VI Jenu for the tirst insertion, and STi cents tor each ' Marriage notices inserted for 25 cent#; Fu aerk notices 25 cents , Deaths, without obituary or fac«al invitation, 12} cents The " Daily Dispatch is served to subscriber* tt eti aid a quarter cer.tt per week, payable to the 2,-rjer weekly. Price for mailing, #4 a yew In ad "aiice. the wkkkly dispatch ?, pub fit bed every Friday morning, and mailed far oss dollar A year. To Clubs, for f5 sixco aies for $10 thirteen copie...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 22 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. tW TO ADTKETWKOMiJhetottWIoB if the Dispatch U the** ran u larfS u th*t •« any other Dsi'y paper ta (fee city of Richmond. It U therefore grrstty superior to any other M a IMdicsi of advertising. RICHMOND. TA.t Tkvreday Moraine, Jmrnmrnry 39,1853. TWENTY SECOND JANUARY. Thia is the anniversary of the defeat of Win chester on the river Raisin, in 1813. The hor rible massacre which followed it, has rendered it forever memorable in the annals of this coun try. The surrender of the American army under General Hull at Detroit, on the 16th of the preceding August, had roused the pride of the Western country in a very extraordinary de gree. Volunteers poured into the camp of Gen-Harrison, who had succeeded Hull, so rapidly, that at the end of the year 1812, he found himself at the bead of a powerful army. On the 18th of January, Gen. Winchester, who commanded the left wing, detached Colonels Lewis and Allen,both of Kentucky, toFrench town, for the purpose of protecting ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 22 January 1852

•ySFLATESf NEWS. THE NORTHERN MAIL. 4 ,ele£"P h dispatch, received yesterday, thai the boat Powhatan could not leave ngton «n«'l CoK B,GOKR . .. - ted by the Postmaster General to tend < he' Northern Mail via Norfolk, but as the ice prevented any communication by way of ' , j v <T of course that instruction could not w" npited *ith. We have had no cotmnuni- Jt ior with the North either way since Mon- and on that day we received no mail V. t h of Washington. ' T!, ; « morning the mails will start from here , railroad, and we are itnfbrmed that we may oc: communication through both ways. We The change that has taken place in j'f weather justifies the expectation that nav i( and regular mail communication will »>«!ored in a few days. i" n 4TK this day appointed VV. E. WADE my 1 ~ I , ,-srry on the Grocery Bntincs it ntv of Henrico, on Brook Turnpike. Fcr t3 C °' ir.'rii. niii.i' - by him tor the said store, I am » 0 m \ - L. D. MONTELL. ; jaw-lf jun.isrv '■ K riTI 7 \ FOH FKBK...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 22 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH TkcPuMr<kDcßih.lM. Tread softly—bow the head la reverent silence bow— Mo passing bell doth toll- . Yet an immortal soul la paaaiag bow. Straacer 1 however great, With holy reverence bow; There's one tn that poor shed— One by that paltry bed- Greater than tfioo. Beneath that beggar'* roof, Lo ! death doth keep his slate; Enter—no crowds attend— Enter—no gaards defend This palace gate. That pavement, damp and cold, No smiling couriers tread ;" One ailent woman stands. Lifting, with m' agre bands, A dying bead. No mingling voices «ound— An infant wail alone . A sob suppreas'd—again That abort, deep ga»p, and then The parting gioan. Oh! change—Oh! wondrous change— Burst are the pi ison bare— Tliis moment, there, so low, So agonized, and now Beyond the atare. Oh ! change—stupendous ehacge! There Ilea the soulless clod ; She Sun eternal breaks— The new immortal wakes— Wakes with his God ! AYKU'H CHERRY PECTORAL, forth* cure of Coughs, Coldi, Hoarseness, Bronchitis, W...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 23 January 1852

VOL 2—NO. 81. the daily dispatch. VaS. a. COWAKDIN, Proprietor. HUGH It. I'I.KAWAMW, Editor. r «mi TKRMS OF ADVERTISING. I , nH >rtioi\ 80 50 | 1 square, 1 month #4 00 1 I " o 7.'> 1 do 8 moa'h* 700 I "T (« 1 do * d 0 1000 1 iweok 17511 do 6 do 1600 1 ' Zcrkt 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 1 CST Communications are charged at the fame _STw advertisements. rs* TV* !'«'■' u ** nal ' a '♦"T* ; ment* in exact proportion, and payable in ad J .lvertisements inserted once a week,twice r? " throe aoie* a wrek. Will be fh«r«cd V) lor the hn-t insertion, and 37i cenU lor eacfi notice, Inserted for 25cents; Fu- Fjn,.tiees 25 cents . I>ealh«, without obituary or . o*-*l invitation, ccntt. TW- •• Daily Dispatch" if Berred to subscriber* , u a cmrur ctnu per jwt*. payable w the JJ rrlo: weekly Trice for mailing, a year m ad facce. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH I, oubrtshed every Friday morning, and mailed for CXK dollar A v*A». XoCLrBs, for «•' sixco for $10 thirteen copies; for $15 twenty Co p.,,' for g-...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 23 January 1852

THIS DAILY DISPATCH. IST TO ADVKRTIBKKS.—Thfe circulation of tfcr Dispatch is thus tiiom M large as that Of any otlcr Daily paper ia the city of Richmond. It is then fore grmily superior to any other as a VWdium of advertising. C II MONO. V A.t Friday Morning, Jnasary >J3, 1 S3'l. We publiahthis morning a letter from our New York correspondent, only eight days old. It hastravelled, we suppose, toCharlee ton. We have bad regular dates from New York up to the 17th inclusive —two days later than this letter. Tht Lmtc Robbery at Portsmouth. Tiie Norfolk Herald gives the following ac count of the manner in which the Bank at Portsmouth was entered and robbed. "Tlic entrance into thebuildiug was made at O back window, the fastenings of which gave them but little ttouble; and having thus gained admittance tbey deliberately commenced their Operations upon the vault, which was built of hard bricks, to a thickness of about two feet, and completely surrounded on the inside by a grating of ir...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 23 January 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. T HK korthgkn MAIL. \Vt learn, bv telegraphic dispatches from NS lg lii„g(on and Fredericksburg yesterday, rblrovring facts : _ " xhi- mail-boat Powhatan left her wharf at \Va«hinfctoi>, at 9 o'clock, yesterday morning, lh ,t, c mail and passengers. She passed Vovar.Jri.-* at one o'clock—thus travellings* !..! -l<\\!o*rhotir*— but did not proceed much r. rt'hei on the route before she was compelled ""stop and back, it being impossible to / l' K r way through the dense fields of ice • ,|i t be intensely cold weather has accu mulated upon the Potomac. \Vhat is <*> l 'e done now ? The mail cannot i - carried by the Hay to Norfolk. for the ice t, i suspended navigation there. There is ' , ur ox ,>edient left, and that is to trans* Ihe mail over land. Mr. Sharpk, the Su \ - i teruinnt of transportation on the R. F. & p" Railroad, will leave this morning in the cu , to make an effort to carry through the mail by land to Washington. We have n i'joubt he ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 23 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. RICHMOND MARKETS. Tor iJU mmk ending Tkur,<Ut, Ectntng, Jmn 22. (CJUIinrUT COkKXCTKD.] REMARKS —The canal and river being locked up >ty jce, and even the mails being seriously interrupt ed—that from the North baring been suspended for several days, and the Western mailt being very ir regular, trade Is slinoet suspended. There Is no transportation, except in a very limited manner, by the rail roads, and nothing <'oi >g to show any eflfcet on current rates. We rep. fell !i our last week's statement of prices current almost without altera tion. The winter has been a very severe one, and no signs yet offer to justify the hope of any speedy ame lioration of its severity. BACON is in fair demand. Virginia cured, hog Tound, 10J cts; prime Western and Baltimore Sides 9} to 10 eta ; Shoulder* 64 to 91; Hams 104 to 11|. BUTTER—Firkin 10 al6 cts. per lb. Fresh Roil 90 a 25 eta. Goshen, in kegs, 13 to 19 eta. BEESWAX—22 a 23 eta. per lb.—price nominal,...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 24 January 1852

VOL 2~N0_82. •pnTP.viuY DISPATCH. 7aS. a. COWAHPIN. Proprietor. *lln rTTnTkaSanW, Editor. . -.i tvrmVOK ADVEHTIBIMO. CA«. H ■ ■ i j g( -v.art\ 1 month $4 00 j 1 W 5® . I •*» 7 00 I do am*reon.o 7o|l , do , 0 w 1 do 3 do ;M1 d 6 <jo lfi 00 1 d 0 ITS, a7s'j l do ly«r :»oo 1 CW" Communications are chared at the Mme make a tfuttrt; longer ad in exact proportion, and payable in ad- Wfgl- . . v ,rtieeir..Mits inserted once a ~eek. twice r? umes A «"k. will be <har<.-d W * *; T , h0 hv.t insertion, and 3~i cents tor «*«* inserted for 25 cents; Fu- Ikalhs, without obituary or 'd'ispatcm'Ms served to subscribers Tfc " per iruk. payable to the £rr£r # w»ekly. Frice tor mailing. 64 a year in ad vance. the weekly DISPATCH , ..whed every Friday morning, and mailed " rwT, rar a ykar To Clv ps. tor $5 six co [?It ° for $10 thirteen copies: ibr #15 twenty co llet' for gC(Mwggty^]^£2£^ij— —— mgg partaersh'i • HENRY ROSEMPELO & I kI'iTtHFR was this day, by mutual consent, J 4 \ei All p. ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 24 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. f - CfTO ADVKRTl»K*».~Theolreulatton of the Dispatch is thbks tmks aa large as that Of any other Daily paper ia the city of Richmond. It la therefore greatly superior to any other as a Medium of advertising. RICHMOND. TA.i Hatarday Maratag, January 94,1852> THE LOWER JAMES RIVER. A writer in the Whig, of yesterday, makes aome suggestions upon the condition of the river below this city, and the means to be adopted for removing the obstructions to navi gation, which, ae the subject will shortly be brought before the Legislature, cannot be too strongly recommended. He states what most of our readers know, but what, we suspect, few members of the Legislature are aware of, that the draught of water at full tide, is from 10$ to 11 feet, admitting vessels of 250 to 300 tons, to discharge, and receive cargo—that by deep ening the water to 12 feet, vessels of 400 to 450 tons could be admitted—and that for every foot of water over 12 feet, an additional 100 tons may be ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 24 January 1852

o-utTTATEST NEWS. MAIL. Vc»wrd«*» ,0 our « ,ur P ril " ? ' we recpi *® d „ vfh ern mail* vis Norfolk. They brought on , wafhincton paper* of the 'Joth,#nd Balti- of the 19th and 20th, and letters with post ""irk ofthoje days from both place*. We sup rt . t bi?mail was put on board the Bay boat \nnspoli« ; for, according to the Norfolk the Baltimore boat* had been unable ike their way to that city in consequence ■ pn-e. We suppose we Khali receive ati . r mail by the same route this morning. \<.^ierday,»eannounced that Mr. Sharpe, . » ,-ienntendant ot Transportation on the p imiend. Frederic kaburg and Potomac road, ' 'id leave m the cars with the view of pro fl)r conveying the mail* which have ac - r.da'ed here for several day*, overland to V> 3Mvngton. The car* returned yesterday „ , i, at an early hour, and we learn that a«r > succeeded in making the necessary ar • n,<-nt, and that all the letter mails were "on from Fredericksburg in two four horse „ .'Oiis. To-day he ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 24 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCh WHAT 18 A YEAR? What it a year ? 'Tia bat a wave Ob life's dark rolling dream. Which is ao quickly gone that we Account it but a dream. Tia but a single earn eat throb Of tlme'a old iron heart, Which tireless now and strong a* when It ftrat with hie did itart. What ia a year t 'Tia bnt a turn Of time'* old brazen wheel— Or bat a page upon the book Which death muat shortly teal. *Tit but a step upon tbe road Which we mutt travel o'er, A few more steps and we shall walk Lite'a weary road ue more. What ia a year ? 'Tia but a breatb From Time's old noitril'a blown, Aa ruahing onward o'er the earth, We heai hit weary moan. Tia like the bubble jn tbe wave, Or dew upon the lawn, Aa transient as the mints of morn Beneath the summer sun What is a year) 'Tit but a type Of life's oft changing scene, Youth's happy morn come* gaily on With hills and valleys green. Next, Summer's prime succeeds the Spring, Then Autumn with a tear, Then cornea old Winter—death, and all Mutt find...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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