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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 29 April 1852

VOL. 2—NO 163. DAILY ntSPATCH. TAs' a. cow ARDIN. Proprietor. | iU UH KrpTKASANTS, Editor. CA a H TERMS OF ADVERTISING. I-Triessssiwj^wsi 1 J° 1 week* 2 75! 1 do 1 year 30 00 1 dr.» .» chared at the au»e M !ls' £;;,Z or .'«.<» •>«*< o *9**rt; loogpr ad- '.rjoris in exact proportion, and payable in ad '•JX., advertisements liaertedoueea week, twice W- ' '.V tbiw timi a a wtk. w-il be «hatx«sd 50 vr the first n semon, and 37 j cents tor cacti Marine'' notices inserted for 25 cents; Fu- 25 cuts; Deaths, without obituary or faccrai invitation. lai cents. , The" Daily Dispatch is served to subscriber* .» m «ai -J Qi.cnrr emu per payable to the Mriier weekly. Free for mailing. $4 a year in ad- HECrt. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH , OU h thed every Friday morning, and mailed for o.NE DOILAB A vkar. To Clubs, for S3 six co for 810 thirteen copies; for $15 twenty co {>lAt' for #20twonty-9eTen Private practice —L>r plume CO may be coK«uUed, confidentially, for the treatment of the follow...

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. — 29 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. t#- TO Ai>VKKTl*iKli9.~recirculation • ft ibe Dikf4TCH ia thhkk timbs as large aa that of any oth-' Daily paper in the city of Richmond, it Is Us-rwfbrw tr-nCy superior to any other Ha «Mw<l>irn of svlvertiiißg. RICHMOND, VA.i Thn --dar Homing. April 29, KOSSUTH ONCE MORE. We beg pardon of our readers for introduc ing ibis hero of a frast day once more upon the atape ; but hia conduct has been eo extraordi nary since hia return from the South, that the wbole country ought to know it. It will af ford a good leaaon for tbe future, teaching the American people the importance of knowing aoniething positive about a man before they make n God of him. It was but eighteen mouths ago that the Congress of the United States, representing a nation of freemen, who abhor despotism and despots alike, solemnly resolved to send a na tional ship for Kossuth and his companions, at that time held in durancc in a Turkish for tress situated in the interior of Asia Minor. It w...

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. — 29 April 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHERN LIGHT. fifteen Day a Infer from California.. \ ~Kk, April 2T.10 p. M.—The steamer > ,taorn Light arrived here shortly after nine ■or* this evening. She lett Sar. Juan on t i;>tii ;nst., ai.d Havana at 6P. M. on the brings 00 passeugeis. and a small a >unto: specie. H»"rf ngers left Sat. Francisco, on the l»t ( t April, by the Pacific. la - -Vainer Monumrt.;«l City arrived at -•. Jm:: .irl Sud on the loth ol April, under , : * i i Mr. VuduWt, to take those pas rs •: li itpoi; wi;u weie ticketed to; the - -Miner North America. •s J: m was health* ..r J there was r.o sick 's> oe. the l-ithmus. * [.■. M . Mor.-'»«. the Northern Light .1.1: ■ uis with u:e Georgia, steering .{....ii, J on TuesJjy a; licon with tne llli- Ti.e i\: 'msia n ..is w ■"■■■' to leave Sir. Fran o iie «»th ins;., by the Golden Gate, tor fauama. CiLUOKN! \ At I A IK? \ .tier had i'u appointed at San rar.cisco tor the :■ lief oi the North Aswrkt'i i i- s,and a an.t...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 29 April 1852

THE DAILY DIBPATC H CONGRESS—Tumda* . Sbnat*.—Mr. Hamlin made a personal ex planation, defending the Usited State* diau<ct julge of Maine from certain charges made against bim in the Boston Mail, concerning efforts to have his celery increased. Mr., Sumner presented the memorial of the American Statistical Society asking copies of public documents. Messrs. Badger and Cooper presented me mortals from journeymen printers, praying the establishment of a government printing office. A joint resolution from the House of Repre sentatives, declaring the seat of government of Oregon to be at Salem in that territory, was taken up and passed. The deficiency bill was then taken up, and Mr. Seward addressed the Senate in support of giving additional aid to the Collins 1 in^« House or Representative*.—The House went into a Committee ot the Whole on the Btate of the Union, and resumed the consider ation of the homestead bill. Mr. Stephens, of Georgia, made a speech principally in favor of carry...

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. — 30 April 1852

v ? ()L. 2—NO 164 •V'\- ) \ ],y DISPATCH. 7-1: A COWAHDIN. Proprietor. ,jr<; ? k~F ;a> \ vh, Editor. cA; ;TK - ' • ADVERTISING. , „ ... tj » rsi. a *.f" > I sauarft, 1 month l< 00 ; , .>-ti,.rUoas )75 j I 'do Bmoi»*h» 700 ; .' 1 da 3 do 10 00 L .. '- ;75 , I do <5 do 16 00 * ,* , e » 275 I 1 do 1 year .10 00 I— — V i-nur ■•t'i v.* charged at the same * '-.a.Ke a ; longer ad *» , • ~r~ piruon. and payable inad "r - ~j. ; M iv '* .--.sorted once a week,twice *' •„> Uv. < » wi-ek. will be charged Stl *, hrst u".t >r'.an. and 174 cents tor cacti ''f-y-r'tA .nartti'4 for2scents; Fu | .^r r V:. A ci'-."-' D«atb«. without obituary or f ,i ~it D 'is served to subscribers ' " 4 . „ i per vteir. payable to the *-- '.. « \ & ; s Prt :-" .." u-.niag, $4 a year in ad raK Wiiiinl.i DISPATCH . ...... a .*• ■ t: :«y morning, and mailed a ili3 'To Clubs, for 85 sixco .i, rit > thirteen for 815 twenty co i 'wenty -■«•• copies T)K! V VTE PRACTICE—Dr PLUME >k | • ) ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 30 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. OP TO ADVBKTIHBIW.—The circulation mrSe Dispatch it thus ti.-ms u large as that of any other Daily paper is the city of Richmond. It (• therefore gneatly auperlor to any other as a ■Mtditim of adverting. RICHMOND. VA.t Friday Msralaf, April 30,1592. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH, For Friday, April 30, is now ready, and for tale at this office. It embraces full particulars of the great Fresh ; th« particulars of the Execution of Reed and Clement*; a Story of a Queer Character; Articles concerning Kossuth, Greece, Japan, Mexico and Cuba ; a full Report of the Proceedings of the Medi cal Hate Convention, and of the Annu4l Meeting of the .Medical State Society ; Legislative Proceedings : Foreign and Domestic New* and Correspondence ; Anecdotes; Poetry ; Miscellany, 4 c., Ac. Trice 3 cents per single copy, $1 per annum. CHINA. A rebellion, which seems to be of a very bloody description, is in full progress in the Celestial Empire. From ihe accounts received by the Franklin, it ...

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. — 30 April 1852

Fhe latest news VOREIIGN ITEMS BV THE NIAGARA. KSRLAM'- I ord John Russell's trienJs. fearing his de ,at in London, are trying to smuggle him 111 rv Uctfc expedition sailed oa Thursday, 7V V * York clipper ship Witch of the Wnv artive.i at Loi.uou on the Knh inst., in v '; vs t;wn Oaotoa, l«e;3g the shortest pus *'v • io''n Matheison. owner of the Island of * \the «-f st coan of Scotland, has otfered *" _ j t ,; r ( \ riitaeat 'or a penal settle- WiN. n ':>»« • signed the Professorship , .>oph>, in v of his ape. . w :: n* ;»f Carlow county, Ireland, ,i ~ ;i iu i U.e population of one i 'r« ' . : the Government o; abol.s-' r.g '•"« First Vice \ \ i 1 V« KKANCF. w ,-if tlciiies - v difficulty has oc ■\> ' -tween the French and English Gov- M :i stet c: 1' : ic Instruction lias is -.tt-rs toschoolm-icrs to assume manners -.vnpatiblc with their profession, •vr.ne Pro* ;>cinewspapers have been !••'»<«•/b» government since December. \ -rat dtouclit prevails in the South ...

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. — 30 April 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. RI(ILUUNO .markets, J>W Itu **** r*at*s Tkurtdty Evening, Apritltt fc*a£mir cok&xrntD ] BACON continues very firm, Virginia cured, hog (wind. 12 it*; p; «-'we Western and Baltimore sides Hi to 111 cts . st julders lO to lOi cU; Hams 12 to W( BI TTER i» vrry scarce and high, with a bare w*rket We qot te rtrkiu 22 to 25 c.U per lb.; fresh K.»ti t7< to 40, • i .then 35 cenU. RKEpWAX— -a 23 eta. per lb.—with small re ceipt. no nhsnge. COTTON AND COTTON YARNS—The trade la Cu'.ter aere if limited. The quotations are ?} a ft» Cotton Yarns 17 cts per lb. CO/KKE—Old Java Hi to 12* ; Laguayra 0} to 3*l Rio Pi to 10 ;ta; Cape 81 a 9 eta; Manilla ;2j CANDLES—TtIIow 10» a IIJ ; Hull s patent 13; aiPTn; 4'. a 45, idaman line 2'Jj a'Jjj. Jackson'* pavnt IS}. COAL —1C cents on board for good mixed, tine SBtti lump; Bto fc cents for blacksmith's coal. CORN—SB to 60 cant* per bushel ol 56 lbs. let olti and new. <X)RN MEAL—TO to 75 cent* per 'umbel. KLOUii—L...

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

J VOL. 2--NO 165 IrHV DAILY dispatch. I fig a. COW AR DIN Proprietor. I UTOH r7pLKA;*aSt*, Eiltor. ' CASH TERMS OIK A»V KHT . .nwrUontO 50 fl squaiv, 1 taaatti $4 00 ! 41 *> ir sertions OTS I do 2moa«ha7 00 1 3 do ICO 1 do 3 do 10 00 ! 1 rvlt i 75 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 5" 2 weeks 2 751 I do 1 year 30 00 j £«• ci sinunications ar* chared at ttaa urn* 1 ,55m *d-. .- rtiscnieatt. j 'U. }r.ft or let* ***** n *tr::%r?, laagsr ad | ic exact proportion, aad puya'oie iaad- "_y Adrf-l.S''rr. or. -oo wwk twice ,\ > r thre« terries a wi»ek. w<!'t b» sharped SO - ;! ■ ihp tirst insertion, au j 37-| centa tor eacn -usace. Murriw notice inserted fv>r 25 cents; Fa vi . cents, Deaths, without obiSuary or Vj-a^riu;.». 141 ««u. IV •. AJtv Dispatch" :s served to m ;>scribers r z-U a >ar;tr cents per «•<**, payable to the ' -■>: ixt; Price for mailing, 84 ayaarin ad- TTIK WEEKLY DIMPATCH r;h»iahfd rrery Friday moroiag, and mailed \kdollar a year. ToClchs, for S5 sixco • .."forSl thi...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 1 May 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. of ur other Daily puper fa the cit? of Richmond. It to therefore greatly anperior to any other m • iwdlaa of advertiainf- * RICHMOND. VA.i (tourdar M«rals(,«ay 1, ,1859. THF. NEWS BY THE NIAGARA This news is of great importance to the mer cantile community, ipatmuch as it indicates an improvement in the markets both for cotton and breadstuff, and imports that money is more plentiful than it has been for many years.— j Consols have gone up nearly to par, a thing that has not happened for many years. The London Times, of the 16th ult., passes a high encomium upon the New York clipper abip Witch of the Wave, which had made the run from Canton to the Downs in ninety days, ■with a cargo of great value. She lay in the East India Docks, at London, where she was daily visited by great numbers of persons.— Her performance had created most intense excitement, on excitement which was indeed almost national. This affords another proof, if another were wanting, of the deep in...

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. — 1 May 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. Trie Courts.—ln the criminal court yester dav the case of the United State* r« I)r. John Bald*in. charged » i'h aWstractinp paper# from the files afihe State Department, was conclu ded. The i:irv witho >»t leaving* the bo* re turned a verdict of"not guilty." Carliale, Key, mid Coxe,t"jrdefen isnt. The jury in the Case of the United States r*. William S. Brown, charged with forwarding false vouchers to the War Department in the settlement of ft militr.i v claim, (w ho had I'eeti locked up in their rivin since Tuesday,} again announced their inability to make up a ver dict, and alked !» discharged; and thev were dismissed. (It i* understood that the v sto.»d seven for rcquitta! and five for con v'ction; and thar th>? former jury, when, dis cha»?ed. polledeijltt (or. and foat against, «vc qFriday. St i>p: v Dv \T!t. —On Wednesday la«t, Mr. \\ ;i. 11 Miller ami Mr. Ja:res McDonald had an altercation on Ba. k Creek, in relation to some rails » hicb bad drifted o...

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. — 1 May 1852

THJ£ DAILY PldfATCh CamwrNrfMCt mf tkm Otopaiek. Washikotow Citt, April 30, 1853. • Lata ad* icea from France, inform ua that s two thousand petition* have been presented praying the establishment of no Imperial Go vernment. The Empire will, without doubt, he proclaimed; and the aooner, the better.— Franc ean never be fn*;«ociety there ia com ixwd of elements, too heterogeneoua entirely to hope fur concert of action. Frenchmen wecd #« Imperial Master, the weight of whose iron heel upon their aecba, will constantly re mind thetn of faia presence, and bia power.— If there i» one reflection more mortifying than another to an American, it is the remembrance of that exuberant and universal outburst of joy with which the establishment of a Repub lic upon the ruins of the Empire, was hailed is this country. We regsided it as an auspicious omeo of the triumph of Republican principles; we be lieved that the seed of liberty had, at last, taken , root oo th>» continent of Europe, and augure...

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. — 3 May 1852

VOL. 2--N0 1(56. THR mil.Y DISPATCH. TAS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. ai'UH K. Pl,K\"A>tH,Bdlt>r. CASH TERMS OK ADVERTISING. I m iww. I insertion $0 50 • i square, 1 month §4 00 1 do »insertions 075 j 1 do £ months 700 1 do 3 do 100 1 do 3 dj 1800 I d,i 1 week 175 j 1 do 6 da 100 I d» 2 weeks 2 751 1 do 1 y<*r 30 00 jy c*mmunications are charged at laa si-na as advertisements. gr TVn lints or less makt a tqiuvr?,; laaga- ad rsrusements in exact proportion, and payable in ad- Advertisements Inserted once a week,twice , 5S»k, or three times a week, will be SO tor the first u-.ierr.on, and couu lor each #>Uv.:uanc»* jy* Marriage notices Inserted for 28 ceats; Fn -0,-,. notices &"» cents; without obituary or f aural invitation, ISi cents. The "Dajtr Dispatch is served to subscribes* »; ttr and a quarter rents per iceek, payable to the •airier weekly. Price for mailing, 84 a year la ad- THR WEEKLY IHMPATf 3 11 -i bushed every Friday raoming. and mailed fjr oss dc llah a v'Ka...

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. — 3 May 1852

THE DAILY DISPAT CH. rf* TO ADVKRTlSS*S.~Th«circuUticn of the Disfatch iiiTHU* TtKIB M large u that of any other Daily paper la the city of Richmond. U to therefore greatly superior to any other M a ndiqm of adTerthtay. RICHMOND. TA.« Monday Moralag, May 3, 1552. RELATION BETWEEN EDITORS AND SUBSCRIBERS. A correspondent of the Examiner having -tret complained that his communications were not attended to, winds up by saying that he "had supposed the press was free to all. To this the editor replies as follows : One of ihem he thus expresses:—' / had tvpposed the press teas free to all. 1 hat is a common idea, but it is a mistake. The press is onlv free for its editors, and to those whom its editors believe to have good ground for ad dressing the public, and something to say which the public has an interest in hearing.— We would recommend those who labor under this mistake to consider the following fact that newspapers are made for the large class who want to read, and not for the sma...

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. — 3 May 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. CONGRESS. Wmhikgtok, May 1,1852. Sesatf.—The Senate was not in session to ''"iloiTsE.—The Bouse assembled at the usual I,our. but a slim attendance present. After the regular morning business of no general im portance. the bill for the relie'.of Osborn Cross was taken up and discussed. Later from Cruz—K> icction of the Tehuantepec Railroad Bill. Nvw Orleans, April 30.—8y an arrival here, we have advices from \ era Cru* to the I7th inst. A cood deal of excitement and un easiness prevailed there it consequence ol op position to the requirements of the .Mexican government with regard to 'he collection tit taxes. Otherwise there was not much else of moment. Sickness prevailed to a considera ble extent. Some letters report that the bill to grant the right of way tor the Tehuantepec railroad had been rejected by one vote. There was doubt, however, in regard to this report, as there was a rumor prevailing that it had passed by one majority. Wreck of tit* Sttitnskip Mete...

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. — 3 May 1852

THE DAILY PIgPATO i Virginia Legislature. Satukwat, May 1. HeMte. following bills passed tbe Senate, to- A bill from the House, authorising Thomas Ash to_ recover the guns and other property, aunk in an English frigate at V'orktown — Amending the 2d section of the act incorpora ting the Blue Ridge Turnpike Company — Amending the 6th section of chapter J 52 of tbe Code, so as to entitle the party giving a "bus pensioj bond" to the possession of the proper ty—An act amending and re-enacting the act incorporating the Independent Bank of Ports mouth —And an act incorporating the Emaus Savings Bank. A joint resolution, in relation to the appoint ment of a select committee, to take into con sideration the proprieiy of reporting a conjec tural estimate for a tax bill, (pas taken up and passed. The resolution from the House, concerning the reprinting of the Ist volume of Leigh's Reports, by Colin Sc Nowlan, was taken from the table, and passed—Ayes22, noes 10. Mr. Martin, from the Special C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 4 May 1852

VOL. 2—NO 167. t hk daily dispatch. Tas7A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HTOIt R. PLEASANTS, Editor. I'a.sh term? of ADVEH-nawo. ; "'r.! eSSB 8! 1 "ST {SSW S O: ss 5 ss« r, as ] do 2 weeks a T3! 1 da lywr 30 00 ' EST CmmuuicuSioas are charged at tha tame aHvorl-som^nU. Trt a-M or ,>« note a longer ad r,=nsements ia exs:t proportion, sad payable in ad- Advertisements Inserted once a week,twice or three time* * week. will charged 50 «ent» n r the ftrst uis. rt.3o, and 37J cents tor each ' w yiniM'S inserted for23cents; Ftt -0,-Tnotices '£> - !r.tK, .">-sths, without obituary or f ,-it-si invitetioo 12} c^nu. Tae - Dailv Dispatch" is seevad to subscribers ,t t" a~.e a •n-tr'.f c*%u per now* payable to the verier w «iiki"y. Pric-j far mailing, §4 a year in ad rsase. . THK WKfcK I. Y DISPATCH ihed every i- r.iav miming, and mailed fir OKI doxxab AVMah ToCi.CBg.Wr t5 six CO d;jw for #10 thirteen copies; for §15 twenty co p's for S'JO twenty-a"~en copies .HAIL ARRAS(JK3IENT. Hichnnnd Pout...

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. — 4 May 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. Of TO ADVKHTlßEHß.—Thedrculatlon of the Dispatch ia wui times u large u that of any other Daily paper ia the city of Richmond. It to therefore greatly superior to aay other aa a ■odium of adverttotag. RICHMOND. ▼ A.t Taeotay Moralag, May 4,1832. CUBA—THE DISMISSAL OF CONCHA We find the subjoined, extremely interesting narrative ia the New Orleans Picayune, of April 27th: The Dismissal or Concha .-—We were conversing vesterday with a friend turned from Havana a few days ago, had many opportunities oflearnine the politi calondits and ronnceuvres which are known onW in certain circles. Many rumors have been in circulation touching the cause of the dismissal of Concha, the late Captain Gene ral of Cuba. That which appears to be most credited in Havana, among the 'knowing ones, " Tho«e of our readers who have been to Ha vana will remember that the city proper is sur rounded by fortifications, which, of course, take up a large space of ground. The city has overleaped i...

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. — 4 May 1852

the latest news. TkkIVAL OF THE CRESCENT CI TV. >r.w York, May 2nd.—The steamer Cr-s --rent City has arrived with the California mail* oftheSinult. She bring* $2,000,000 « old on freight, and $<>00,000 in the hands of 100 pas stnsrers. She lett Aspinwall on the 22nd ulf. Her passenger* passed oxer the railroad from Buena Vista. The road is now completed within 12 miles of Gorgona. Passengers go from Aspinw all to Gorgona in one day. The Mexican Congress on the 27tiiol April, mected the Tehuantepec treaty by a unani mous vote. A line of American steamers will shortly run between Panama and Citllao, touching at all the ports. The mine? of Cholo, known to be very valuable, and situated on the great water courses between (he gulf of Darien and the bay of Bueiiavemuro, are exciting great atten tion a; Panama. Ice-water sells at Panama at 2 ditnea per drink. Dysentery of a violent type had ap peared on the Isthmus. CALIFORNIA AFFAIRS. The advices from California do not possess mu...

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. — 4 May 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCI C«rret|tM<eßr« of the Dlipatch. Washi NCTOtf, May 1, 1852. This is a great country, and Washington a ;rtat place, uud occasionally we get up things 3« great style. The political world has been so long agitated and convulsed by the two great ••ta/oukit parties of the country, that the physical world, «e if in a spirit of sheerjea* lousy, gave tiie assembled wisdom of the na rion a pretty direct intimation that other com motions could be raised, and other " thundei" xisted, ihen that which is daily fulminated from the capiiol. Stirring and ludicrous scenes were witnessed in several localities of the city on the occaaion of the earthquake on Thursday, in the build iags of the Interior .Department and Pension Office, the consternation among the Clerks was terrific; and, without waiting for an order of ejectment, they incontinently left, and , rumor says, that some are yet running. The ] Secoud Auditor was not seen nor heard of un til the next day, and other Chiefa ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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