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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 23 April 1852

VOL. 2—NO 158. THE DAILY DISPATCH. Tis. A. COWAnuIN. Proprietor, m an RTVJ.K V>A VPS Editor, CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 seuara, 1 in#erti«io 50 | 1 sq*w«,l month U 00 1 do Sinsertion* 075 | I do Stnnn hs 700 t a,. 3 do ICO 1 do i ao 10 00 i >.» 1 week 1 7i>! 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2»eefcs -75 I 1 do I >*rar 30 00 ry- 00-.nmu ixations are chargad it the same s « advertisement*. W Ttn U *or !.*- .« «<t*« « sffcw*; longer ad- menu w «'xaet proportion, and payable in ad- {--v Advertisements Inserted or.ee* w,»>k. twice a wJ-k. times a week. «Hll be ihargod 50 «ects tor the first insertion, and S7i cents tor each notice* Tor 25 c**nti*; Fu- Mrafnoticrs cents; Deaths, without obituary or fgnertd mv'. ration. V-U cents. ... The " De.it.v Dispatch' is served to subscribers at #fcr vrdi '« a i.trier ct*>U per *etk, payable to the sarrter weekly. Price for mailing, 8-1 a year in ad vacee THK VKKHI.V DESPATCH It published -very Friday morning, and mailed for err. vll vr a'...

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 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. r» to AOVKKTifsKHJS.—l'hecirculation Of th<■ Dispatch i» thbkk time# as large as that «T ist odww Daily paper i« the city of Richmond. (I U thornier* greatly superior to any other as a ■wdijm vtv*rlstng. RICHMOND. VA.i KrMay Morning, April 93,1859. COMPETITION BETWEEN ENGLAND AND THE UNITED STATES ON THE OCEAN. It is very common for English statesmen to pass compliments upon the energy, enterprise and ingenuity of this country in Parliament— (rx the English press to repeat those compli ments, and for literary men of all descriptions to join in with the press and the politicians. — Yet there cannot be a doubt, that there exists in the minds of Englishmen, of all classes, to wards this country, a spirit of deep aud in« tense rivalry, a rivalry as strong and as bitter as though we were actually engaged in war. It is fortunate for both parties, that war is not considered quite so trifling a matter as it seems to hat e been one hundred years ago, or we ahou id now ...

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 April 1852

the latest news ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. Three l*ovt Later from Europe. Nkw VoRK, April 31. Thesteamei Asia arrived this morning about utjon, with Liverpool and_ London dates to April' 10th. Sib j brings passengers and i; 50,000 on freitht. Business had been pretty much at a stand *till on account of the holidays. EVOLANr. Both Houses of Parliament will reassemble on the Itth insf. The Premier, it is said, intends dissolve the House in the second week in julv, but others tix the tune of dissolution at an early period in May. Tne '.Manchester Commercial Association huve complained to government that the trade with Siam lias been ruined by the operation of die Ameiican tariff, and have called ongovern ment to negotiate a more favorable treaty with that kingdom. The death of Prtnce Schwas /.enburg has excited considerable interest. The Austrian government has suddenly recalled Count >rhwsworinstein from London,for the purpose, ii is .supposed, of succeeding the Prince us Premier. Accoun...

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 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. RICHMOND .MARKETS, JV tht Mrt (lUM# Thursday Evening, April 23. [CAXKrULLY CORRECTED.] py* There is nothing doing in prcduce, the heavy rains and flood* having suspended transpor tation, and every branch of trade is exceedingly dull. There i* no change to note in quotations. BACON ia still 6rm, with but little doing. Vir ginia cured, hog round, 12 eta; prime Western ant Baltimore Sides 11| to 11| cts; Shoulders lOto 10i cts : Hams 12 to 12$. BUTTER is verv scarce and high, with « very bare market Wequote firkin 82 to 25 cts per lu.; fresh Roll 32 to :>?i ; Gothen, none here. BEESWAX—22 a 23 cts. per lb.—with smaiJ re- COTTON YARNS —The trade in Cotton here is limited- The quotations are ii a 8i cts. Cotton Yarns IT cts per lb. COFFEE-Old Java Hi to 12* ; Lacuayra 9f to 9i ; Kio 9 to 91 cts; Cape Si a 9 cts; Manil.a I2J. CANDLES—TaIIow 10J a Hi ; Huh a patent 13; Spenn 43 a 46, Adamantine 22* a 27*. Jackson's 10 cents on board for good mixed, fine an...

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 April 1852

VOL. 2—NO 159. , I— " - • ■ ""• tTTK I)Ai LV DISPATCH. TAtj A CQW aRPIN, Proprietor. HHiH H. Editor. CASH TERMS vTF ADVERTISING. i ,-»re lta**rfion*o 50 | 1 »q*aW, 1 month 94 00 ; '• nwtrSoßs o*s ! 1 do '-months 700 i \ , V do ICO 1 da 3 do 10 00 \ 1 w«ek 1 To! 1 do 6 do 16 00 ; Swi>Af 275 j 1 do 1 year 30 00 ?"0* Ctnr.ax;ii'..c«: •»•«*«> charged lUthe same ».* r. adv iiscincnu. "Lj. j tK . -r ? mat' a square; longer ad *rJ,.ments;BeT;: i proportion, sad v ay abie in sd r't-Tf Advc rlisorr; r.U l.iserted one? a week, twice ■ «*-k. or tl times * we<k. will be *harsed SO ear n tor the riret insertion, »t:d JTJ eonts tor each r 'r»- Marram n. tic«-s inserted for2s-cents; Fu- v 5 cent*, Deaths, witiiout obituary or fnaerid invitation. cents. The " I)jjtv Dispatch" is served to subscribers at six «•»<? « *wa* r«»» P«" *»*• payable to the ®srri< : w.-ekiy- ?rioe for msi.iug. #4 ayearin ad- TtCM. ___— THK V> VIKKLY OISPATCH I j publish d everv Friday unomuig, and mailed f...

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 April 1852

nltlt.-».~ThecircuUtion RDisr*TO* » th*kk ttom M Uww »• that «T wit other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. greatly ruperior to any other Ma ftICHWOWP. WA.t Mtardiy N«ral«|, April 44,1852. ~THfc GREAT MAY FRESH OF 1771. Wo nubjoin, for the edification of»uch of our mdcra a» are interested io the subject, the foJ* fearing account of this awful visitation. It is •ken from the Virginia Gazette, published at Wittiamburg, by Dixon and Purdie. Ii wiH be aces that the writer uses the word Fresh every wtare. We have italicised it, wherever it is ■Mj, though it was not italicised in iho printed «*f> y. Virginia Gsxette, (Turdie and Dixon's,) June 6th, 1771. I'ublinhfd at Williamsburg. From Richmond, we learn that they receive daily accounts of the devastation occasioned tf the late floods. From the mountains to the fells the low grounds have been swept of al saost every thing valuable ; and the soil is so stfcch inj'jicd that it is thought not to be of taints former value, and a great ...

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 April 1852

" t H £ LATEST NEWS- = PO,,M <"' " U f Washington April 22. Tic most active efiorts are being made to bv'he cierjfr of the District, to secure I s '. Hto clemency. in behalf of the murder \y, Welle, (sentenced to be executed f y, It is hardly probable that suc "will crown their humane exertions. — v i, pievis extenuation, a too free indul intoxicating drinks, alleging that ' m .,<jJening effects of the "wine cup" insti- V. T d the dreadful deed. Let our young men u , heart the solemn warning, and beware s diligence that may eventually "bite like 8 ; >ipent, and sling like an adder." n , K nen have again resumed their labors ,h f Washington .National Monument ;it is f-'he hoped that the American people will v' the touching appeal of the correspond ! . Lpc ctarv — to their liberality and patriot . 'lnd five a practical illustration of the that this Republic still cherishes with ' -tonnd gratitude the memory of the virtues f the worth oi the "Father of his Country." *'" u n: v...

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 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH C*rrM|wadeß««f the Skqwtrd. Chaklottk, Va., April 15. " Jitar Nr. DitpMek: In yottr last number which leached thia place, you requested your country «übscribere to give you any nowi of interest from their respective neighborhood* which they might like to c mmunicate. This will serve as an apol ogy tor thi-< letter, »nd without any further pre lace I will begin. Our county is— as is aeneraliy the c««e just at thia time ■ic « ferment with candidate*; from "brake, bush.an.l bramble," the cry ia "still they come They a"' generally more r amorous for the offices of She».fl and C mmUs'onerthan for any others; the reason of which is obvious. 'Ti« a queer stste ot thing* lor th qui. t at d order-loving citizen* of Char otte- tut we live iti a "progressive ' age ana •re fond oi novelty. 1 cau answer. however, for thepeeplr-ol liii* DUtrict, in saying; that the Ju dicial fciecti-'« will be decided wi&out draggin* po it ist-» the contest, though 1 tear that personal p...

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. — 26 April 1852

VOL. NO 10^. DAILt DISPATCH. A Proprietor. ' fIV (Ml llTi'M- Kdltor. 0 !jU 11 K Of advertising. , * -1- 50 i j square, Im' nth 00 j do »ason'h* 700 'i co l dc 3 do 10 00 l.fk IT? 1 do 6 do 16 00 i o w 2 : 1 do i year 30 00 r«* i',v cV.arged ia the tame »• . , ; (i '" r * ;i<v* mr.kt a square; longer ad- J. . . , yr. j -t»on. and payable in ad " ine. rt -d crce a week, twice »*_, . - ;jj, - - -«<'ek. w 11 be jhargi d ill ' ' vst • Ttion. '.ad 37j cents tor each ' r.. ' : "S inserted for 25 cents; Fa- Sfnotice# '.13 cents: Deaths, without obituary or , r!> ; vitation, lij cents. T"»-> Pai:.v Dispatch" i« served to subscribers • i ,i a d a kattr sett* per sruk, payable to the wee )i;:y. Price ft r :r.ai'titg, 5-1 a yeai iu ad- the wkekia dispatch • ( lehed very Friday morning, and mailed ;\k pe! lab a vcis. ToClcbs, for $5 sixco ■. i\ f."r ?10 thirteen copies; for 915 twenty co n«' f " f wenty-seven copies. F"»iil >lA>, "'I old Philosopher, a Swede by • 'rh. takes gre...

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. — 26 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATgH. ' rt> 'i'he circulation af 4 -£».£;TCH liTKM* i«« »>«»»•• ** If * VmVr H v pap*r *» the city ot liichmond. il It Wore grJUiiy superior to any other »• • -p RICHMOND. TA.I VoMtlny Morai.i*, April 46, 1554. JAPAN. T?:e proponed expedition to Japan has be come the great topic of the whole civilized world. It is. probably, the only cause in which every nation upon the earth wishes us to be successful, for aucces will redound to the benefit of all. Japan, as Mr. Webster in his instructions to Commodore Aulick observes, is the last great link of occan steam navigation. That estab lished, our steamers, and those of all other na tions, may traverse the waters of the entire gloi*, trading with whatever nation they may pass in their passage. The New York Herald publishes * portion of the narrative of Capt. Galomin, of the Rus ■ian nary, who was long a captive in Japan, and had oveiy opportunity of studying the fea tures of the country, the genius of its inhabi tants,...

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. — 26 April 1852

1 i E LA TEST NEWS. (.rr<"-p<"" lrBCC of ~lc .t'MUsro!* Citv, April'-M, 1802. active effort.' of the clergy of the city ilf of Weils finally prevailed with the . 5 ," lt ml the wretched man goes to the iiarv for life. The question has been iV-e v» itethci the Presideuthat the pow • riter a confutation of the sentence to .Vm cni for life ' The Constitution says V shall have power to grant reprieves ' dons for offerees against the I'uited 1 . xcept i" cases of Impeachment." No " , , ii ihe Constitution is the President in* 1 » ith the powei of commuting a sentence. ' , ,| !in? we knew, Mr. Fillmore hss been \ advised in t!.e premises by Daniel U'.'hVwr. and with such counsel, it is hardly -.e tb*t he sou Id err in constitutional mat- \ ir time, ir.dced, the day previous, the 1 . t 'iii had positively refused to commute ;encf, and even preparation was made ! , ; "execution; but it is now evident, as I >f «g<> stated, that no man, however - mav be his cr.me,can be hung in...

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. — 26 April 1852

THE DAILY PISPATCK CONGRESS—FUDAT Sritit*.—On motion of Mr. Harm, it wm | revived that thi* day, and every subsequent fourth Friday.be devoted to the conaiderojion of the private bill*, to which no objection shall be '"a*"motion to take up the deficiency bill was private calendar was then considered, and several bills were passed. Holse OF Representatives.-Mr. Brooks mad a reply to what Mr. Mangum said about him in the Senate yetterday. Mr. Stanly made a few remarks in relation to a former remark of Mr. Brooks, with regaid to the South. „ , ~ _R ~ The bill for the relief of the Monroe Rail road Company, and their securities, was pass edA resolution was adopted to close the debate on the homestead bill on next i hursday. The House then went into Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union upon that sub ject, when debate ensued. Tea ix Socth Carolina.-Dr. Junius Smith announces in a communication to the CJreenvill Mouniaineer that he has just received afresh supply of tea nuts, a...

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. — 27 April 1852

VOI, 2—NO 101. THE DAILY DISPATCH. A. COWARDIN. Proprietor. B.t 1511 K.l'TkaxanTS, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. i .i, 1 T.oortionSO 50 | 1 square, 1 month S4 00 } 'V*™' « inton i cus 075 1 do 2 month. 700 i j- 3 do 100 1 do 2 do 10 00 * 5" i xv.ek 175 » 1 do 6 do 16 00 i •> w.v>.« 275 j 1 do 1 yo*r 30 00 fgr «r«i charged at tee use ytv> <*€ H.lvort'.M n'^nt*. --v /•<,.>,<>• or lest 'naite a $quare; longer ad w mi-cts in exact proportion, and payable in ad "fSf \dvertSse-ncnts Inserted once a wei'k.twice « week. or throe tteiM * week. wOl be charged SO US-it '■ " :be first insertion, and .?7j cent» tor each ® Marriage notice* inserted for 23 cents; Fu- 25 cent*; Dentil*, without obituary or finer*! invitation, 12j cents. The" Daily Dispatch is served to suDscnber* it fix aid a <j\arter rt\u per t»*k, payable to the M rrU ~ weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year in ad- Ttnee. THK WEEKLY DISPATCH li • r - isr.i d every Fridav morning, and mailed f-r We'do...

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. — 27 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. iXT l\t AitlkttTlKrt.—ThewrcuUtton Di -rvrcH a thrke Ttm aa large aa that mi otlkor Italy p*p*r :n the city of Richmond. It i« thwirrfore superior to say other as a ar'i'tm of <idv*rtiemf. KICHMOKD. TA.i Tsemlay Naraiai, Aprit 37, lS5i». IMPRISONMENT AND EXPULSION OF AN AMERICAN CONSULAR AGENT. .4 correspondent of the New York Journal Commerce, writing from Athena, Greece, gives along account of the imprisonment, trial aad expulsion of Doctor Xing, a mission- ary, and also American Consular Agent at that port, for the alleged offence of hav ing, in hia own houae, uttered malevolent or hostile expressions against the Greek church. He was in the habit of preaching ev- ery Sunday, it appears, at hia own house, the iactrinesof the Protestant religion to such aa cfeoae to listen to him, the constitution of Greece guaranteeing perfect freedom in the exercise of all manner of worship. Ten young men attended, on one occasion, for the purpose of obtaining something upo...

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. — 27 April 1852

the latest news. "LATER FROM EUROPE. J'uil. AMU-PHI A, April 2o.—The steamer Citv ofGlasgow arrived here last night with Liverpool advices to the evening of the 10th, frw hours later than those brought by the A *n,e Citv Ol Glasgow brought 111 passen gers- MARKETS. The markets on the 10th had been more an imated (han (or some time previous. The sales of cotton had amounted to 11.000 bale*, vith a finuer market but no advance in ' Breadstuff* were in better demand. Sales o4 Western canal flour at 205., and other brands si 15*8 6d n 20* tid. W heat had advanced Id. per bushel. Com was in good request at-.'a. for yellow, and 31s. 6d. for white.— C'oru meal 10s. 6d. per bbl. The Clay Mkdai..—The committee from !Se» York, charged with the presentation to Hem) Clay of the counterpart of the gold Medal which was recently lost, performed their agreeable and interesting duty in Washington, on Saturday last. The Intelligencer says, the Medal is precise!* similar to the one lost, hav iis» been...

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. — 27 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCJh FROM. MEXICO. Thiough our New exchangee we bave received news from Mexico to the 3d instant. „ „ . , ... The news from Vera Cruz is described aa distressing. The Parvenir of that city contains an article, from which we clip the following ex ,rac,: M Affair* are becoming quite complicated, and are beginning to assume an important and tearful aspect. The foreign ministers have presented a formal protest aeninst the evils which have been brought on by Avaloa's tariff. When applied to by the of nations, who asked for compensation for the injury which their fellow-citizens suffer ed from the unevennss produced by the exis tence of two tariffs, the Government offered to bring Matamoros under the same rule, and order its authorities to lay the same duties which were exactcd in the other ports of the republic. The Government has beeneather unable or unwilling to fulfil its promise, and the iniouitous rates of the Avalos tariff are exacted, whilst in other cities the regu...

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. — 28 April 1852

VOL. 2--N0 102 HJE DAILY DISPATUM* 7as. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. I'I.i'ASANTS, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 ginsertioßS 075 1 do 2 mte'hs 700 } A i <io ICO 1 do 8 do 10 00 \ & i week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 * 5 o * a 75 ; 1 do 1 y**r .*W 00 1 C«mtmtnic«»tioM •"* cksr S pd tbe ikme 1 or a * longer ad nts inexact proportion, scd payable ;nad- Advertisements Inserted or.eea week, twice c r three tmu t * week, will be iharced 50 :i r ir.e rir»t insertion. and s7j cents tor each notices Inserted for2scent*: Fa r( - V.ces v. cent*; Deaths, without obituary or f«r. -a invitauan, i-J cents. ! Xhe'-'IU-v Dispatch" la served to subscribers .< r-a-d cr~*r*r «"» P** to tiie »»rrfer weekly- Price for mailing. *4 a year in ad tat ee. TIIE WKEHLY DISPATCH cu" sh.-d - very Friday morning, and mailed fa- ex* roi-tAB a'vkab. To Clubs, far $5 sixco "it fur Sin thirteen copies; for $15 twenty co a'->f f.» r i'-Hl: copies. OKI VAT K PKACTICB.—Dr PLUME & I CO. ins; bo consu...

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. — 28 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. «r r» AO* TheclrculaUon •f IJ« DisrixcH u HUM turn as laraa a* that of «oy of".- ' Daily paper 1b the city of Richmond. It i» wer* •ore (firstly superior to any other as a He 'i nn ( f ivivcrrislng. RICHMOND. TA.t Wtfcwlsy Mswtsg, April SIS, 183». YELLOW FEVER. Ni* National Intelligencer, upon the authori ty of letters received from Rio, and upon that of the Minister of Brazil, positively contradicts the statement in a New York paper of the 23d inst., that the yellow fever was prevailing in that city to an alarming extent, when the Isa bella Hyds left, on the 15th of last March. As this city has intimate connections through the flour trade with Rio, it is proper that this fa£t sh uld be known. INTERNATIONAL copy-right law. There is a very animated discussion in pro gress between the New York Times and the flew York Tribune, with regard to the propri ety of csttblishing an international copy-right system, ;he Inner journal taking the affirma tive side cf the quest...

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. — 28 April 1852

THB LATEST NEWS. 7^77Jotd PitfOVfi ttf. oh the Gt/a—Excite ment Among the Peopie. * T Lous April26.—.Mr. Nesbit, who came ; r »ith tti*> Much moil trotn Santa Fe, states .he excitement there respecting the i :ch eoM discoveries on the Gila was altogether ft-iescribable. mid place Ind, in a short time lo*t nearly two-ihird* of its American popula j'!,p deposits of gold were discovered by ,'bo.iv of emigrants, who hid taken that route to California, an! ** '»o, »Uer losing; all their m.-sns of transport, had endured incalculable •taring*. Man* companies of emigrants, veil provided with mining implements, had ce gone thither. Ihe Indians arc repre «»r;»d as cxeecdingiv hostile. The matt brings o v.V ,l dis «ati'!ii - to the government, touching (1 joiivei. and the sanation of the coun- /'iorida Pi nucroti< State Convention. Ch»Ri !■ ston. Apr.t Colli.—On the 19th inst. t DfioovTiitn 1 State Convention of Florida * s , . D | ct | n; i ;•<>:' i ite.! James E. Brown, E-.i.i'a*...

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. — 28 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCfc Virginia Legislature. Tcksdat, April 27. Senate. On motion of Mr. Shackleford, the Commit tee on Finance were instructed to inquire into i the expediency of authorising bv law the an nual sale of so much of the bank stocks held by the State of Virginia as shall be equal to one per cent.on the debt of the State existing on the first day of January, 1832. Mr. Thompson presented a petition of citi zens of Brunswick county, asking an act of in corporation for a Plank Road from Lawrence-, ville to some point on the Boydton and Peters burg PI ink Road; which was referred to the Committee on Roads ind Internal Navigation. On motion of Mr.Sbeffev, the House Bill re ducing the capital of the Central Bank of Vir ginia, was considered and passed. On motion of Mr. Shackleford, the resolution in relation to granting authority to the Orange and Alexandria R&iiroad Company to extend their road to Lynchburg, was taken up, to gether with the recommendation of the Com mittee o...

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