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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 6 April 1852

VOL. S-NO 143 THE lUILY HTSPATPW jAS. A. COWARDIN, ProprtatbrT k HUGO R. I*i,KADAM'S, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 lihiertifmso 50 | Taqutra, 1 month *4 00 1 do a insertions 075 | 1 do 2mon'hs 700 1 do 3 do 100 1 do 8 do 10 00 1 do 1 *.vk 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 ■ • w 875 I 1 d 0 1 y- ar 30 °0 £#" «-on»munie*tion» are charged at the same tit** ** advmi*ement*. CP* Ten lints or Uss make a $quart; longer ad▼9rtss«nrient» in exact proportion, and payable In ad•v fcgr~ Advertisement* Inserted once a week, twice a week. or three times « *.v,-k. will be sh*r«>d V) c*nts tor the tirst insertion, and j~i cenu tor each continuance. EST Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cent*; Funera. notices VS> cents -. Deaths, without obituary or qg invitation, \*i± cenu. Tte "11 aii.v Dispatch" is served to subscribers *V " f a quarter ctnu per reek, payable to the •amer weekly. Price for mailing. ®4 a year in ad▼soce. * * THE WKKKLV DISPATCH Ii pubiished every Friday morning, a...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 6 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. jy ru AllVJKMTlßKiiS.—Th«eireulMloa Of the Oispat ch i» tmrkk time* u l«rg» u that of any other Hnily 1r the city of Richmond. It 1» therefore taperlor to any other a» • RICHMOND. VA.i Ttfidiy Mandag, April 6,1852. COM MODORK STOCKTON. The "Paladin of the Seas" is too determined and brave a man to die without a struggle, and he has taken occasion to let this be known. — lie seems to say that he has neither committed suicide, as our neighbor of the Examiner contends, nor has he made a tool of himse f, as others assert. Yesterday's Enquirer, "with high gratification!" lays before its readers a communication from a friend, "together with a correct version of the gallant Commodore s speech." The Enquirer says this version is a very widely different one from that given first by "the press, which it says was awfully perverted. The Enquirer puts ia the plea, for even the corrected speech, that it was made impromptu, the Commodore being dragged back, when going out with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 6 April 1852

the latest news. 'reticulars of the Deitmetiee Fire at Chili cotke, Ohio. CiScmitATi, Apr;l 3,*—The Cliilicothe p&* pcrsi, containing foil particulars of the destruens conflagration which occurred in thntcity on Thursday, ha»e just come to hand. The Chili* r ,itie Metropolis snys that the fire first broke . ;in Mr. Wall's carpenter shop, and soon f .nimunicated to the out house* of the Clinton tijuie, the wiud blowing furiously from the West. Adams' 1 lock of fine buildings, including Clinton House and the adjacent extensive it rehouses, «( to soon enveloped in fUtnes. I'ju'v were s<wi» levelled to the ground, and , flames extending rapidly to the east, in a vi hours the whole of that portion east of j and north of Secoud streets, was a mass Tiie wlio>snle establishments on Water .•vet, extending east from Water street to Mi'betn. ate also destroyed, with a number < fir east a< Bridge street. 1 ;ie merchants had just received a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 6 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Virginia. Legislature. Monday, April 5. Bhm of Delegate*. The following preamble and resolutions were offered by Mr. Rohinaon, of Richmond City, upon whose motion, they were laid on the table, and ordered to be printed : The Committee of Finance having reported to the House o! Delegates, that on the 11th of April, 1851, the Board of Public Worka contracted with Selden, Withers & Co., private bankers, oft'.ie city of Washington, that they might dispute of the bonda of the Commonwealth, to the amount ofone million of dollars, at par; and also the further auin of three millions of dollars, at two per cent, above par, and might have as a compensation, for negotiating tl|e sale, such premium aa the bonds would command aUive these terms; and the committee further stating that they do not perceive that an v securiry was exacted of Selden, Withers Si Co. (or the faithful execution of their part of the contract in accounting for the money which may be received ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 April 1852

VOL. 2—NO 144 TTTi.- IIMI.V dispatch. =f* * A COWARDIN, Proprietor. lirtJH K. NTS, Editor. rt TERMS OF ADVERTISING, i 50 i 1 1 month #4 00 * |.L -aoca 075 1 do Smoa'h* 700 c , 100 1 do 3 do JO 00 j w ,vk 175 1 1 do 6 do ]6 00 ; * w.> k* - 75! l do 1 year 30 00 -a- iCKCto;.» ate charged at the *a>ne £»at advertisements r, . a- or Us* Kitikf a fquart; longer ad- ' ts'ii > sact proportion, and payable in ad* < »v.-rti*cnv*nt# incerted once a week,twice i ."-tfcree times a «wk. Till be charged V) * V ■ Srs.t insert! in, and .VTj cents tor eacb ' \j'i,Yriae* notice# inserted for 25 cent*; Fur*-- -Jicenta; Drsth*. without obituary or * *~«rv 'iv : :«tk>n. V-H cenu. Tfc'c V- ulv Dispatch" is served to subscriber* . r a -da fuaritr ctvu per tretk, payable to the Jjrr r » *ly- Pric" i° v mailing, S4 ayearin adTU.oe THE W tfcKi.V iIIs*PATCH . ..-v.-fhed every Friday morning, and mailed ess dom-as a vkak. To CtVBS. far $5 six co--i i; f.rf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. T*» Ai>» anyiiMnm^'ftwinmmM « (be Dispatch U th*«k tiwim a* large aa that tf mar other Daily paper iw the oity of Rich mood. It U rbtreure <re«tly superior to any other aa • M ndvertwing. tIC HIHOWP. T A.t Wrdawiay Mtraiig, April T» lU'i, TRIAL OF WORMLEY. On Monday Meaera. Scott and Taylor,coonael for Wormley, occupied the day in closing addressej to the jury, and 11 olden Rhodes rose for the Commonwealth, hut owiog to illne*s« adjourned hie remarks over until yesterday, when, notwithstanding severe indisposition, lie deliveied a very lengthy argument, closing about noon. The case wu then submitted to the jury, who retired, and after as abseuce of about eight minute*, returned with « verdict of " Guilty of murder in the Jint degree." Exception wn« thereupon made to the verdict by the counsel for prisoner. THE WHEELING BRIDGE. The Wheeling Bridge case is exciting a good deal of attention, and it i* to be hoped it will receive from Cougress t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 April 1852

the latest news. Ttbmsof foreign news. [BT THK BALTIC.] L4St > The American Minister had in , rtipnce wall Lord Colchester, at the Board oil , . , , Mi Scully, free trader, had been returned front Cork, by a large majority. American stocks were in fair demand at «vuiv rates* The packet chip New \ ork put hack to 1 ;*o pool en »he V3d, in a leaky condition.— >"• -had on board :*6O passengers, who are. to >v> ranfrierred toother vowels. The arrival of Col. J. C. Fremont in Engi«» \ I ad created considerable interest. T;ie sieamship Great Britain, would leave j>, >•» York ou the Ist of May. On her trip she made 15 miiee per hour. t'sA^cK. —Paris letter* state that in the h ■, »et tor which will shortly he laid beI • - 'i e legislative corps, a reduction ol the srr> will be proposed '« the extent of from y' vj.i io aj.Oi.HJ men, but that an increase in en d'arme will probably be msde of Cfl.Ow. . , - . ~ i-eti....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 April 1852

THt DAILY DISPATCH Virginia Legislature. Mo* dat, April 5. Banc of Delegate*. The following resolution *u received from the Rnaivtd, That a Joint committee of thirteen, ■even upon tiw part of the Houar, and six upon the part ut Mm Senate, he appointed to esquire into the expediency of aa adjourned session, and if expedient to pepjrt tha reason* therefor in their respective badiea. On the adoption of thf* resolution, the ayes and noea were demanded, aad the re*ult waa, •yea 34, noea M. A reaolation from the Senate proposing a joint committee, on the subject of the bill* for the election of State officer*, and other important bill* before the Legislature, with a view to final action on them, in order to an adjourned cession, was also rejected by a vote laying the resolution on the table. A WE providing for the enrolment of the Militia by the Commissioner* of the Revenue, the aboii tion of muster*, and a reorganisation of the Volunteer Corp?, wa* taken up, and after two hour * consider...

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

the DAILY DISPATCH. VOL. 2--NO 145 r MK n.MLY DISPATCH, Proprietor. aiHiH R. Editor. cash terms of advertising. , 1 insertioiitO SO I 1 square, 1 month #4 00 J £ insertions 075| Ido 2mon»V,. 700 \ 3 do 100 1 ac 39 do 10 00 t iweek 17511 do 6 do 1600 1 d<. weeks 9 75! I do 1 year 30 00 Communications are charged at tho same tar* as advertisements. rsr T>* liter « v * makl * longer ad»s exact and payable inadAdverttsemerts Inserted once a wt«ek,twice or three times a week. will S» sharped *0 tarsi for the first insertion, and cents lor each notices inserted for 25 cents; Fub* * notices 25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or -a! invitation, 12+ cents. Ttr " Daiit Disjatcw U served to subscribers .| rA c-d a QUGTir- cents per wtk, payable to the w n<er weekly, Fries for mailing. $4 a year in ad Tscoe THE WEKHI.V DISPATCH .cbiifhed e>ery Friday mon.ing, and mailed lor O.VK DOLLAR a'vear. To Cm: bs, far 85 sixcopllos; for #10 thirteen copies; for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 April 1852

DAILY DISPATCH. Br TO AOVItMCTt» «*»♦—HeeinnilaHon ml cw> Dmaich is i»m ran Mkm as that «f •»» ottwr L>*Uy p«|«r ia the city of Webawnd. It Ie ttmrefore greatly Hf Ortor H aayotbar as a *<iv*rtMa«. MICHMO N»« TA.I Thsndar Hsralac, April 8, IMH. KOSSUTH AGAIN. , Ecee iterum Criipintu If the newspaper prea« of the country are under no other obligation* to the illustrious Hunitarian, whoee pilgrimage from New York to New Orleans has been chronicled tn all its particulars, tbey certainly owe him much for having afforded them n constant topic for editorial discussion during several months past. If there was a failure of the mail, if the "distressing casualty" market farniebed no startling incidents, or if Congress blundered into no new act of folly, the editor, * pushed by the devil for a paragraph, might always fall back upon Kossuth, and write any desired quantity of "copy." The "great Maguire" was the unfailing theme—the piece tie resistance of the rea...

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

= —vTITrHRK BV THE BALTIC. * in the Howt of Uf*. ot th* 0 mmlrnicalion *" h <h * r, ° ch m C onm'«»» c H , ,*«„„« peace t« iU<O, .k The &rt of Ah<f* sou,h . th* conduct and rood faith of of the River Plate. fi-ince m th prtg;i« Gaaette of the 13ih A s,R by Count Clam ttalthat the population of Bohe- !«'■ * „ *iato far f rom tranquil. . ~'*' s \' , na c ourt* martial are still sitting, thp week ending March 15 seatenced 5) ja.no the . f( i 0 r petty offences deemed persons,*™ imprjßontlrtn ,, of from P 0 " n° I*V« to tour month*, diversified by blows •* r * n ,;i Wows with a Mick, lasts and iron.. " r . Chamber* ha»e just been opened in 1 irc N iitiiu, and Oldenburg. *>^« l s k *n.-The extreme liberal party S Vlmwon ot Zutrich has obtained the vtcf. io the election* which have juat taken c„ « tor the t ° D The d smisaat J Concha from the governorship ol <' 5, is the chief theme of commaut here at J,r7W '' t ' Canedo, ...

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

oo—ft, provided Congress will, by a proper disposition of its military porta, afford it auitabie w P rant filed petitions praying that vM|rHi would adopt certain oieaanrea to M^taadsave the Wheeling bridge. Mr. Borland introduced a bill to establish a from Louisville to New Orleans, by ■in On* and Mississippi rivers, and to aupply tbe intermediate points. The resolutions»re-effirming the policy of TSOO-iateivcnrion were taken up,and Mr. Mason addressed the Senate in iheir suppor}. Hoosk of Rki>rkskbtatites.—Mr. Walsh preanoteda memorial from Henry May, preferring charges against tbe United States Circuit Court for tbe District of Columbia, and asking a change of venue in the case of Diusman vt. Captain Wilkes. The House resumed the consideration of tbe motion to reconsider the vote by which the Seaate bill to enforce discipline and promote good conduct in tbe navy of the United States was rejected. Mr. Stuart opposed the bill, giving his reaaons therefor; when the vote by...

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

VOL. 2-NO 14(5. DISPATCH. ARDIN, Proprietor. HIGH I*KAt*AMTS, tdHw. CASH TERMS Ot" ADVERTISING. , i insertion f 0 50 j 1 square, 1 month 94 00 1 sqasrm 75 i do S mon'hs .00 t 3 do 100 1 do * do 10 00 f. i w.vk 1-511 do 6 do lfi 00 Hi weeks 75 | 1 do 1 year 30 Ot) ' Cumm 11 nlcations are charged at the same . jvr.rtisetneßtt. i,- L a»ff or lt.<* make aif nart; longer adin exact proportion, and payable in adT *ry* advertisement* Inserted once a week, twice . k. or three tin-.rs « week, will be VI -t* :cr the first insertion, and 57j cenu tor each "ri» Marriage notice® inserted for 45 cf*nts; Fur*r„ tic<'« •i'j cents ; Deaths, without obituary or fsci'rsi invitation, 18i cents. Tbe " Daily Dispatch" is served to subscribers .1 n- and -i centi per reek, payable to the M rtier weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year in advsnce. fHE WKKH.LY DISPATCH 1, published every Fridav morning, and mailed for CSS DOLLAR A VKAR. YoCluss, for $5 six copies fur #10 thirteen copies; f...

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

THK DAILY DISPATCH. tu nwcirealatioa * the Disnrw U T«**s M Ur» a» teat of any ttth.e OmQy P*fer in the eltjr of Richmond, ft ts rfe«.rafor.) <rwrtiy superior le any other as a SB «r 885 RICH we WP. TA.i Friday aferaing, April 9, THK WEEKLY DISPATCH, for Friday, April 9, is now ready, and for sale at thi* oAco. It contains a full report of the testimony in tins trial of Wormtey for murder—copies of letters tbal pa>sod between Mr. and Mrs. Robiuu, aad the verdict of the jary; A description of scenes on the frontier; Account of the execution of Ciore ; Interesting articles oa the Danville Raiiroad, ftosavthaadiha Wheeling Bridge; Proceeding* in the Va. Legislature; Stevens' explanation of the Astor Howe Hots in New Ytrk; California new»; Foreign and Domestic intelligence and correspondence; Editorials; Items, Poetry, Lsteat News, Ac. Price, 3 cents per single copy; 91 per annum. WHY WE DO NOT RECEIVE CONTRI- BUTIONS. We sat out, when we first commenced the public...

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

the latest news. :SS=sb '"" s=:= forei«n items. [BY THK AKRICA.J w*gi a»o.—■Advices had been received at ~ p rJ ihatlhe A beer* steamer *m#» her Wr, Crux, with £5,000,0*<!) in „,.IJ from California. 51 The London Times of the 26th, ha* a long rticle on (be expedition to Japan, which it take* tor planted is intended to break up the itcti 1 «i«ni ot that Empire, and savs, it it is cirried on in this spirit of humanity, and unS„impression that the government, and not the people, are at fa alt, Com. Perry will be backed »iih the sympathies of all European nation*. It compares this expedition to the English operations in China, and wiahea the sanw success. Ten thousand ol the engineers lately on a •t-ikp, have signed n de:laration to return to " Laige quantities of wheat and flour have been «hipped from London and Hull to Prua,ib at a nominal duty, in consequence of the "ere*: scarcity in that country. Large contracts aie said o have been entered into by a leading corn factor....

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH CONGRESS-WtDUtMT. ' Sewate.—Mr. Hale presented two petition i* fcvor of the repeal of the fugitive alive law; which were laid on the table. Mr. Dowaa from the Committee on the Judiciary, to whom *u referred the menue of tlw Pteaideot relating to the abstraction ofpublie records, reported a bill providing pe sallies » tor such an ofleoce. A bill for the relief of James Lewis was taken up and pssaed. Numerous petitions were presented, aad several reports were made. The deficiency bill waa reported with numerous amendments. A debate ensued as to what business should be taken up, in which it was understood that the Capital-extension bill should be taken up tomorrow. The bill fixing the representation to be allowed to California till the next census was then taken up aud debated. House of Representatives.—Reports were called for from the committees, one of which, reported by Mr. Orr, proposed to grant the right of way and a donation of public land for the benefit of th...

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

VOL. 2-NO 147, TM£ mur.V DISPATCH. A. "CO vV Proprietor. BUtiH K. ri.K.\!*ASTX, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. , _. m inwrtionfO 50 | 1 square, 1 month 84 00 ! I n*rtion* 075 1 do 2 mon'h* 700 t "do ICO 1 do 3 do 10 00 ] To 1 week 17511 do 6 do 1600 j 1, i *,vi« 2 *51 1 do 1 year 30 00 rs* Communi«itic.r\* are charged at the same . rtfw advertisement*. f3«* Tr r , litt-t cr if ft ruikt a tqvort; longer adin exact proportion, and payable in adAdvertisement* Inserted onctt a week,twice or three time* * i«k. will h« iharged 50 fir the first insertion, and 37$ cent* tor eacn f: v'-.i;sTu-e. ry Marriage notice* Inserted for 25 cent*; Funotices 23 cent*; Death*, without obituary or f»ce-*l invitation, 12J cent*. 7hc " Daily Dispatch" i* served to subscriber* ( t »tr and a quarter cents par vttk, payable to the Mrril , r w.vkly. Price for mailing. #4 a year in advance. THK wkkkly DISPATCO li pubiuhtfd every Friday morning, and mailed fjr O>K dollar a year To Clvbs, far S5 si...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. jy TO AOVKUTlMKlt*.—'TkoeircttlaUoo Bt cue DtSP vTCH is THBKK T19T89 at large a* that of any otiier Uaily p*j»r in the city of Richmond, his HfcMwfswe tfteatij superior to any other aa a w >*' «<tv»«i|tiur. . EICriMOWP. TI.I Haturdny Morning, April 10>1553. THE~ISLAND OF CUBAT" We rhink it probable that there has never been in the history of the world,a caseof more palpable mismanagement than that presented ky the colonial history of Cuba. We do not believe much in colonies, at the best ; but this boa been the worst of all the in which they have been governed by a " parent country." The svstem pursued in Cuba has been one of pure extortion. She has been for years the prop of the wretched government at home.— She has, in fact, supported Spain—furnished ber witb her revenue—made her finances meet j»-and in all respects been the very heart and •out ol the mother country. !n a word, Cuba hat been Spain for more than a half century, Ye...

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

The latest news. FO R KIGN I r K M S. |>G! ano.—Oit Ihe 'Jtlih ult., Virginia six percent. bonds ft' 1868 were quoted The report of use Rank of England exhibits a further accumulation to nineteen and threequarters millions sterling of gold and silver— Although tiie import irom tins country had measurably ceased, the supplies from Australia, Mexico, and the Pacific coast continued to enhance the colors of the Bank. The Queen of England held a levee (the third this season) on Wednesday afternoon, the 24th ult., in S?t. James Palace. Her Majesty wore a white silk train, brocaded with silver, #n d trimmed with silver blonde andjpink satin ribbons. The petticoat was of white satin and tuiie, trimmed with pink satin ribbons and silver. Iler Majesty's head dress was formed of diamonds, with a preen wreath. The levee was attended by a brilliant circle of the aristocrscv, irrespective of party. The London Daily News say a that a letter has been received from Mr. Henry Grinnell, of...

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

THE DAILY DIBPATCh CwrapnlcaM «T dw Dltfuck. Farm viixk, Prikce Edward Co.. Va. 1 Mohdat, April 5,1852. \ Mbmrs. Editors:—Arriving in Farmville last week, I wa« much aurprised to find (lib beautiful town to much larger in point of po puiation, extent of aurface, and business srraogemenu, than I had been led to expect; and thinking many of your reader* might b« interested in a brief account of my observation* and experience in a week's perambulation here, 1 have ventured to send, for them, a few liues. Firttly then, as Parson Tyree would say, Farmvillle ia situated 75 miles South of Richmond, and six miles Irom Prince Edward C. H., containing about 1600 inhabitants, forty mercantile establishments, two steam saw uiills, "-one large grist mill, six tobacco warehouses, two hotels, a large number of confectionery, mechanical and medical shops, with livery atables, tannery, dtc., «fcc. There are also "three churches, viz: one Pietbyterian, one Baptist, and one Methodist, in all which, ad...

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