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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 April 1852

VOL. 2—NO 153 ?HK ruiLY DISPATCH.! COW A.RDIN, Proprietor. wrflH H. fLliA»ANTO t mtw. CASH terms''OF advertising. , 1 insertion I 1 square, 1 month 14 00 ] ; tit) 11 075 | I do 8 mon'hs 700 1 A° d 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 t ' week 17511 do 6 do 1600 , do tv. .•>-* 2 75(1 do 1 year 3000 1 jy are charged at the tame >iuaf advertisement*. "jy r . , or Um <*ake a rquart; longer adJrtZrrnW.* vb exkct p;x;portoo, and payable in ad""r3- Inserted once a week, twice or three time* * week, will be .-barged V» te:.u for tlse first inserttem, and cents tor each *°r» J "Marriage notice* inserted for £5 cent#; Fucerijiiooces 3 cent*; Deaths, without obituary or fmnara? invitation, 12J cents. The • Da:x.y Dispatch" is «ervt>d to subscribers .. a quarter per wtek, payable to the writer weekly. Price for mailing, $-4 a year in advance. the wlekl.v dispatch ]i pnHsuh .d every Friday morning, and mailed for ONE DOLIAE A TEA*. "To CLUBS, f»r $5 SlXCOples; for $1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. TO AlM£.4* •f ike I)tapati's Is mw* Tinas as large as that of aay other Daily paper In the elty of Kietanond. 't t* wen-tor--} greati? superior to aay other as a ,m <*f * . • HICHMOWD.VAKst«r4ay .Uernlng, April IT, 1853. THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH AND MARSHAL KEY. In a (ate number of Blackwood, already alluded to by us, a general review of the life of Marlborough is given. There seems to have beeo e strange mistake, during bis life, with regard to the character of the man. Even Lord Chesterfield, if we recollect correctly, represented bim as illiterate, and as iudebted almost entirely to his manner, for his success in life. A few years ago a number of original documents were discovered, from which it appeared that be was, at least, any <hing but illiterate, lie was, besides, a warrior of such transcendent ability, that Kapoleon caused bis life to be written with great care, for the use of the Poly technique, as be cauaed also those of Hannibal ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 April 1852

the latest news. foreign items. IKfitANU.—Secretaiy Walpole had lntrotj«£fthe new Millilw Hill into (he Houaeof Lord Palmerston had given hit inrt 10 the measure, and it had met with train Lord John Hawdl. Mr. H it* had protested against it aud Mr. Cobdea assailed it with ridicule. Mi Berkley's bill tor the vote by ballot at pjiiiawentarj elections had been defeated by Mn r»henu*n Crawford's Iriah Tenant Bill had eVso been defeated by a manoeu»re on the rart of the Government. * bill was announced establishifg steam r c muuieation between Newfoundland, Can•,'ajtr.d England. M. Monton >1 lines had offered a resolution, r! -,-*rding the .Austrian restrictions upon Bri- ( » i travelers. Lo.M»os, April 3—Noon.—Sampleaof Irish lvvtroot Suffer were exhibited in London, and s . .t'imens have been sent to America and the continent. Archbishop Cullan stands at the head of ;i-i> lis! of candidates for the Archbishoprick of Dublin. I.iterpool, April 3.—bales of Upland Mid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 17 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCfc C*nMpMutaM«»fdw Dispatch. W AsHIKGTOK, April 15. To-morrow weeing, and on the mnin( of the 30th io*t.i (be President's HiAise wHI be thrown open (or the reception or visitors. The announcement bu been received with cordial delight by *ery many strangers transiently sojourning in tbe city. , , t Such occasions are embraced by thousands to tee and shake by the hand a live President. Aa opportunity, at such times, is also afforded the curious, to note the beauty, folly, faahion and rank always concentrated, during the sittings of Congress, at the metropolis. Indeed, society at Washington is a true reflex of the thousand and one phases of habits and customs, peculiar to the various sections of the country. Here, every form and grade of ceremony and etiquetteobtaine, and it requires no very practiced eye, or great depth of penetration, to discern the stranger, and accurately locate him. Hence, a "President's levee" is ever regarded as an occasion of peculiar and strik...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 April 1852

VOL. 2--N0 154. rmTTull.Y DISPATCH." fZa. A. cow A.RDIN. Proprietor. HC«II B. I I.KABAMTS, Editor. CASH TERMS UK ADVERTISING. I Mutre, 1 Insertion*o SO I 1 .qaartsl month *4 00 ] T 2insertion* OtS 1 \ £ J , 3° ■» do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 \ do 1 week 1 751 1 « do 16 00 J io 3 weeks "2 Tsl 1 do 1 year 30 00 ry Communications are charged at the same NMM advertisements. Va- 7"n Hneinor let* make a longer adin exact proportion, and payable ia ad"»y advertisements Inserted once a week,twice , w«-k. or three tim»=* a week, will bfl iharged 50 mm -. jo r the tirst insertion, and 37i centa for each •onDnuance. Marriage notice inserted for 2-5 cents; Funotices 25 cent*; Deaths, wiUiout obituary or fmnaral invitation, 12J cenis. Tbe " Dailv Distatch" is starved to subscribe™ it sti aid " quarter cents per «r«ek, payable to the rt-rier weekly. Price for mailing, 44 a year in adsanoe THE WEEKLY DISPATCH II published every Friday morning, and mailed for oss doll ah a vkar. To Clcbs, far #5 six coll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 April 1852

£#• TO AttVIUiTISKKB.-Theairenlattsn •f (So fh»*ATOH i» TH*** «**• 1 " <Xf mv other Diulf ptper la dsn city of Klebaioeo. It: »c pert or to any Other M i s, MCHigOSP.yA'i *y Mrniai, AprH 19,1899. ORIENTALS IN AMERICA. The New York Times hu ao article upon this subject, which ia full of interest, bat which we have not at present apace to insert. With some of the ideal therein expressed, we do not eoncar, but they indicate profound thought, and extensive research. We shall give tbe substance ofthom in our own words, professing, at tbe same time, no disposition to suck tbe brain of ihe writer, and referring to the Times itaelf for the entire article. It has been now more than one hundred years since Bishop Berkley used the famous expres- sion so often quoted, "Westward tbe star of empire holds its way." f Tbe expression was prophetic, and the prophecy has been in a regularcourse of fulfilment " ever since. Of late, however, there seems to have been a counter current, and not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 April 1852

mm LAI ilbt nvfymm the sierra Three AtfJ Later from N . „ y 0R K, April 16.—The steamer Sierra .wred at 6 o'clock this evening from £.J wS with SlStf passenger. snd $400,000 teamen Wit field Scott, California,Tet». New Orleans, and Consti ution, wiifa mero#" vessels, were at Panama, all vmcdforSan Francisco. Pricea of paasage jo P*t> Francisco were very low and passen«7JXices from California were to March Oh. There were ifwpioim at San Francisco c 'i scions difficulties regarding Sonora. A French expedition which left for Sonorn a , 'orf time ago, for the professed purpose of r;aK..' S new gold discoveries,was really bent o r. re»o!utioni*i«fr that country, and establishirf m independent government, with no idea o oeing annexed to the United States. The Cailforniansare much amazed at this moveai:d talk of getting up an expedition of I*ooo Auieiicsns to drive out the Franch.— •J", ,> inhabitants of Sonora are anxious to be ii dependent. !So further serious damag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Virginia Legislator* Saturday, April 17' Sente. Tb« rejected tax bill ia still retained in the Senate. The bill was defeated for warn of a constitutional majority. A member who voted with the majority, moved to reconsider. This motion was decided by the President to be oat of order; and an appeal waa talma upon his decision. The question raised by the appeal hii given riee to much debate since ihe oeien of the billon Good Friday, one aide maintain ia* that the bill has been "killed dead," and the other aide extending tbat it retains life through (lie motion of a plurality member to reconsider. The further consideration of the au hi eel has been postponed toJ'riday next, when the jury of inquest will agfltogo lo work to ascertain, if possible, whether the corpse is dead or alive. H House of Delegates. Bills were reported—incorporating the Fredericksburg and Lowell Manufacturing Company; the Mitchell Mining and Manufacturing Company; a bill incorporating the Cape Ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 April 1852

VOL. 2—NO 155. TTnriun.Y DISPATCH. =fs» A. COWABDIN. Proprietor. nrUH K. Editor. CA?H TKKMS OK ADVERTISING. * , i nuertionfOsTl 1 square, 1 month 14 00 l initio*. 0 7511 do 3 »o«% 700 \ a , i do 10C 1 do 3 do 10 00 Ac. "week 17511 do 6 do 16 00 to Ztu 5 4l| 1 do 1 year 30 00 1 a- ;\,ramarucatioti* an> charged at the same NWM adve-tisement*. ty 7> fS Hid or lift mckt a iqnart; longer adwrt&menU in exact proportion, and payable in ad- Advertisement* Inserted onee a w«*. twice . or tnree times a werk. will be charged 50 eenu tor the first insertion, and 37 j cents lor eacU ' 'rTft- >!arriage notice* inserted for 25 cent*; FuMTU notices -X' cents; Dea&s, without obituary or fmz.*rsl invitation, 141 cecia. Tee " Pailt Dispatch" i* sen-ed to subscribers at tiz a'-d c t - artrr f * ntt P** payable to the carrier waekly. Price fw mailing, $4 a year In advsr.oe. the wekklv dispatch I, sabiished every Friday morning, and mailed tor one ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 April 1852

THB DAILY DISPAtCH. or Tit ADnutTlnims— of the DiarATCH i»«pbarit Tin KB stf targe as thai of ma/ottMr Diiiiy pap«r is the city of Richmond. It U vb-rotor* superior to aay other as a owdl HICH MONO. TA.i T» anil ay Mtraia|, April 5I0» 18J8. A MORAL CONVEYED IN A FEW WORDS. We call attention to the subjoined abstract of die remarks of a '"New Orleans paper" upon d»lives of thiee of its richest citixens. We know n*»t what paper it is, from which the abatrart baa been made, but the lesson which it tenches is instructive to all mankiod, or sboul be,if mankind woold listen to tbe teachings of OEperience. Bui it has not done so—it will never do so. No man ever learnt wisdom from the experience of otheis. He must be taught by his own suff.riogs. We did not intend, however, to moralise when we commenced this paragraph. We meant simply to call attention to tbe lives of the three richest men whom New Orleans has produced in our day, and to let the reader draw his own inference from the resuk ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 April 1852

THE LATEST NEWS —ADDITIONAL FOREIGN ITEMS. We present below some additional items of foreign news by the Atctic. We find no commercial iutelligence to add to the copious dispatch we published on Monday. The Arctic brings forty-seven passengers. EfWi.vM 1 -—Parliament Imd dually dosed its Mwsion, but we find little or nothing of i;itertwt aiueng it« proceedings. The »ar.«teamer Birkenhead was wrecked st Simon's Bay, Africa, on the 23th day of February. She hud on board 638 men, chiefly reinforcements for the troops at the Capea.— Of the large number oo board only 184 are known to have been saved—leaving 4i>4 who are supposed to have perished. i'he ship Fanny, Brunette, from Liverpool for Baltimore, was abandoned at sea on the 11th March, in a sinking condition. Her crew were baved. ami arrived ut Falmouth, England, on Apiil s<h. Frami.—'Th« specch of the Prince President Napoleon, as he style® himself, hap been well received in the provinces, and the general imp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCfc OnrMywriciM *f lk# Oli|attl> Washikgto!*, April 17th. Next Friday it fixed for the execution of Wm. Wells, the Marin*, convicted of the murder of a bo* attached to the eorps at our Navy Yard. Hie friend* are active in efbrts to obtain from the Executive, a commutation of lib aentence: aa, however, the President refused to interfere with the sentence of the law in the caae of "Reed and Clem< nta (who are likewise to be executed on that day) we can hardly expect him to interfere in beball of this unfortunate man. . „ a Mr Mancum's endorsement of Gen. Scott, was not unexpected; his leaning and prejudices have been long known to politicians in tWs city, his relations with the present and preceding administrationa have not been ot a verv friendly nature. The belief, however, that this move would tend to conciliate the Southern wing of the partv, and thus advance the prospects of the General, considerably elated his friends, hereabouts. The whole ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 April 1852

VOL. 2—NO 156 • HjC DAILY' DISPATCH, Ta£>. a. COWAJRDIN, Prop:. H. i't.KvXSA NTH, Editor. c. . I TKKMS OF ADVKRTIt-ING. 1»«. v«N i -«»:rti?nSO 50 1 1 square, Imf nth ®« 09 J ;, - -i, ~o 75 1 do 2 months iOO \ <1 ii " d.» 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 ' r t-ek 1 I 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 1,0 HZ*, 2 Tsll do 1 year -0 CO y* i\--xr..v. .• ...ckti. irn charged at the same i,'-' • ,_. f fw Uft mckf. a ifuart; longer ad- *;* ti in exact proportion, and payable in t>d- 4dvrrteenieats inserted or..v a week,twice -hree times a week, will be «h«r<t:d 50 ; 4 "u r :'uc trst insertion, and s?i cents for each '"'r-ji • Marrisce notices inserted for 25 certs; Fun«niJ notices £5 cents; Death*, without obituary or f»n-' r *j ir-.it&Uae, 12J cents. Til" " P.ux-v Dispatch" is served to subscribers «i sir a-J e cuarter emu per ctft, ptyable to the aarrler weekly. Pri<* for tr.ail.ag. «4 a yes.r ia eJvaooe THE IV KKKLiY DISPATCH i. . b; ,c J every Friday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. TO Ail V Hit ri « tt'*.—The ctrcuUtt. o Of toe DiiFATCH I* «*4rkk timbs as large as thut of any other Dally paper in the city of Richmond. l»U&en*fore |.rw»tiy superior lo say other im RiCHMOND.TA.I Wedaculay Marntiig, April 31, IS.Vi. THE FRESH. e employ the word freth in speaking of the flood in the river, because we are satisfied, as we have more than one# said in another place, that it was the original term, and that frtthet is a corruption, and a, very senseless one. The term, in its original sense, was first applied t<» the floods of this river, and by no less a personage thnii Captain John Smith.— During his expedition, he had occasion to •peak of the vast quantity of fresh woter which came down the river when the rains had been ▼ery great in the mountains, when he made use of that term. We have always heard thot the great May fresh, of 1772, when the water rose so high, that a muu passed in a canoe through the passage of a house whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 April 1852

the latest news !*•* of the Harper'a * re ** Ferry Bridge. Hirpkr'h Firrt. April 10th, 8 P. M.— j'l wa! »rs in the Potomac and Shenandoah continue to rage with increasing fury, carry- >* down trees titid timber in abundance.— I , w at eri»njw> within one foot of the floor-n-of the briJiC. and is rising at the rate of ' e foot per hour. The geuerai imp region is - St the briilge *» iil be carried oft to-night with l. e rl Vinc flood The trunk of a tree struck ,t» bridge this evening, passing through it and out at the top of the roof. Some 10 or IV horae carp floated down the liver this earning. Hack creek the river is some 8 or 10 feet c*er the railroad tiack. Cnerrv tun, the wntpr is also over the track to the depih of some 10 or 12 feet. The r.ver bss completely flooded the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, causing gieat damage. Scntcme of Maurice Antonio. jO"'. >ctu mn, April 19.—This morning Mauree Antonio was brought into court, and aenter.t c of oeatb ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH CONGRESS—Mcxdxy. Skkatb. —Messrs.Sumner, Underwood, and Smith, presented petitions in favor of addition' al aid to the Collins line. Mr. Onderwood presented petitions ofcreditors of Texas, complaining of the action of that State with regard to her debts. Mr. Shields reported a bill to amend the • charter of the City of Washington in the District of Columbia. Mr. Badger, pursuant to notice, introduced a bill to prevent public executions of criminals in the District of Columbia, and the Name was ordered to b« engrossed for a third reading. Several resolutions calling for information from th« departments were presented and adopted. The Preach spoliation bill was then pass*d. The deficiency bill was then taken up, and Mr. Gwin addressed the Senate in support t of it- j0 House of REFRE*ErrATivEg.—The House this morning took the question on the motion of Mr. Venable to luy upon the table the moiton of Mr. Bayly to reconsider the Tote by which the report of the Committee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 22 April 1852

VOL. 2—NO 157. •rill' DULY DISPATCH, f nVi y/ .. .-i~'— —— lAS. "a. CO WAR PIN. Proprietor. at«H H. f«,n:.%*AVT**! Kdttwr. CA? a TV.K UFAjiVt IlTIglXo• t 1 i-remoteSO 50 | 1 square, 1 month 94 00 , ' 2 insertions 075 j i do Sinon'Us 700 * ,i 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 : V . „ 17511 do 6 do 16 00 } . " . - 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 * (\u;-.:nu( .cat. :iJ»w it the tame •«t V f-• - ' rtitwafW ; ,~« t>r f-cisc <1 square ; laager adnim,. xact proportion, and payable in ady *' irserted once a week.twice - tgr.-o ;>ne* a »-eek. *iH he .-harmed 50 ' * , . - '.<■ . ?ir«E ;>seruon, Mill ->7i cents tor each (Jft.atA iv » v • 1 fj. v". ure n< tieea Inserted f< r25 cents; FuV;,-, !• v! 5 cent*. Deaths, without oaituary or 7-- s V invitation, lit ccnu. Vh< ".Vtiv Dispatch" it t rved to subscribers *t i c-.d a v '.•vrttr ctms per tcu\. payable to the •gr- 1 r wivtiy. Price fer S4 ayearin adT»n<w. THK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 22 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. £fTO AnVKßTi«Bß».—Thcclwuihtion of tbe Ot-patch to tusk* tikes ulirn a# that of ut other Daily paper is the city of Richmond. II U therefore greatly superior to any other u • nf advertls'.nir RICHMOND . VA.i Tfc*riM»ny Ntralif, April 99, 1854. THE EUROPEAN NEWS BY THE ARCTIC. We published yesterday a continuation of this news. Taken in connection with what we bad before published, it will give the reader a tolerably lair notion of what is going on in the Old World. The most important item of intelligence relates to Louis Napoleon. \Ye predicted long Ego that he would make himself Emperor of the French, and certainly our prediction seeins in a fair way to be verified. The press already speaks in favor of the project, and as there are now no newspapers in France which are not his tools, it is easy to see from whom they receive their cue. In connection with this fact, the interview of the Bourbon heir to the crown with a Russian Grand Duke, is significant.— (n spite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 22 April 1852

-THITTaTKST NEWS. THE FRESH. Tbe Washington and Baltimore papers of esterdav contain detailed accounts of the J, -<j in the Potomac. The Republic save: ' » v,.it to the Long Bridge, yesterday morn- ; ; n resented a deeply interesting scene. Ihe r'uS waters having brt Ught down lumber. , ,i and barrels oi flour, fish, &.c., from ,xe. hundreds of persons were engaged in !--e-nntmg to arrest their progress, and approfvate them as lawful prises: and we regret to 1 ,Ve »ittiessed among this flood of destruction , e life!." bodi of « white man canted along * the wltitling tide. Thi* bridge stood well r-il -ho "cinin bridge," located above Georgetown (having yielded to the immense , pc. s |;re of water,) came down with such f-'-ce a« to carrv away a large portion of the 1 V.,2 iWidge {South of the draw, and a lurge t ,t on , f .ne structure remains submerged in v,.ter. with immense quantities of rubbish pied t' p and pressing against it. The Intelligencer says: Is, G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 22 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCh CONGRESS—TVMDAT. Sebat*—-Mr. Shields reported a bill to improve the efficiency of the arrav of the United States. Mr. Broauhead reported a bill in relation to the payment of claim*, with an amendment, making il unlawful for any member of Congress to be engaged in the prosecuiion of claims against the United States for compensation. Mr. Gwin introduced a bill granting the right of way through the public lands of the United States for sundry railroads in California. The deficiency bill was taken up and several amendments were agreed to. . House or Representatives.—Mr. Price addressed the House in favor of the naval discipline bill; after which the House went into Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union. Mr. Hibbard in the Chair, and theCotnmittee having taken up the Homestead Bill of Mr. Johnson. o<" Tennessee, speeches upon it were delivered by Messrs. Newton, Riddle and Allison. COINAGE AT THE MINT And Branch** during fJic Month of March, 1R52....

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