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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 15 July 1853

YOL. I.—NO. 87 TUEMORMiNG MAIL, 18 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SU>DAY EXCEPTED) BY BALDWIN & ROSE. Office on Thirteenth Street, between Main amd Cary. TERMS —Daily Paper, in the city, $3 per ann urn in advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the year; or six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in advance ;or §5, at the expiration of tho year. Single copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any part of the State cents.] The Semi Weekly, will bo mailed to subscribers at $3 per year, iu advance; or $4 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of Virginia, 26 cents.] The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in ad vance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. I Postage per annum to any part of the State, only 13 cents.! ADVERTISING. * One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 Two squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 j One square, one insertion, 60 • « each succeeding insertion 25 I All adv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 15 July 1853

THE MORNING MAIL. (J. I*. ualoTvuvTc c. a. kose, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS, JAS. W. LEWEIiLKN, Assistant Editor. FKIDAY MOENINQ, JULY 151865. jrgg” The Senior Editor will be absent for a time from the city, in pursuit of health, but will endeavor to keep up communication with his readers, by continuing his contributions, as far as possible, to the editorial columns. Russia and Turkey. If we are to place any confidence in telegraphic statements, it seems at last doci ded that the ultimatum of Nicholas ha* been rejected by the Sultan and war must be the inevitable consequence. Turkey is said to have sought and received assurances of the armed intervention of both Franee and England, and the former has already gone so far as to offer to furnish her with 60,000 muskets. In visw of this opposition, the Czar asserts in the most unequivocal manner that the destruction of his whole fleet will not prevent the invasion which he contemplates. Notwithstanding all this, there are yet those whose o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 15 July 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS. ARRIVAL OF THE ARABIA. j'our Days Latsr from Europe. New York, July 13. — The steamship Arabia arrived this morning, bringing 60 passengers and Liverpool dates of the 2d inst. She passed the steamer Canada and the ship Sovereign ot the Seas in 14 days from New York, going in. MARKETS, j Liverpool. July 2. —Cotton has been ir regular, and prices of some qualities have slightly declined, while others are firm.— The sales of the week reached 60.000 bales, 'of which speculators took 9,000 andexpor tera 6,000 bales. Fair Orleans 6fa6|-d.; Middl’dgs s|a6d. Fair Mobile and Uplands flfd; Middlings 5 15 J6a6d, ! The Manchester market was unchanged 'Breadstuff's had largely advanced, and • were in active demand. Flour had advanced Is fid per bbl. during the week, Sand white corn Is per quarter; Cuual Flour 365; Ohio 26s fid; white and yellow Corn 80s fid. ( Tubkev. —Nows from the East is scarce, and everything is yet in doubt. Nothing has yet occurred from the Porte’s rejec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 15 July 1853

POETRY. Heart. What is’t in woman most we prize ? la it beauty, is it grace, Noble air, or lovely face, Fair, clustering curls, or speaking eyes ! Ob, no ! ’tia none of these. Say, is it wit or learning’s power, Flowing language, fancy light, _ Memory stored with treasures bright, Clear thoughts to enrich the social hour? Oh, no! not even these. Dwells it in the lighter graces, Easy manners polished air, Powers of music, rich and rare, That wrap the soul iu sweet embraces 1 The charm’s not there. Nor grace, nor learning, wit, nor art, Gives sweet woman’s strongest power, No! To glad our every hour, And blesa us richly—give us heart. The charm lies there. 4*VpXS THE LASTCLOCKOF FIFX ty.” ’Tis the last Clock of fifty Left standing alone, All its noisy companions Are purchased and gone. No watch of its kindred, No time-piece on tick, To reflect back its music, Or give click for click. I’ll not leave thee, thou lene one, To pine on the shelf, Since nobody will buy thee I’ll keep thee my...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 16 July 1853

VOL. I.— NO. 88. TUE MORNING MAIL, IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY BALDWIN & ROSE. Office on Thirteenth Street , between Main amd Cary. TERMS Daily Paper, in the city, $3 per aim um in advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the year; or six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in advance; or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any part of the State cents.] The Semi-Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers at $3 per year, iu advance; or $4 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of Virginia, 26 cents.] The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, m advance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. { Postage per annum to any part of the State, only 13 cents.] ADVERTISING. One square of twelve lines, oue year §30.00 Two squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 One square, oue insertion, 50 ‘ “ each succeeding insertion 25 advertisements, unless o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 16 July 1853

THE MORNING- MAIL. “• I*. BALDWIN <te C. A. ROSE, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. JAS. W. LEWELLEN, Assistant Editor. SATURDAY MOIINING, JULY 16,:;:1563. Public Opinion. Public opinion is now the governing power of the civilized world. We speak not of those sudden excitements and alarms, originating in misinformation and misconception, and often leading to sudden action, and immediately to sudden repentance.— Large masses of men are peculiarly liable to such excitements, because each individual strengthens the convictions or fears of each other individual in the crowd around, until all doubt and hesitation are overcome, and they rush madly forward like a herd of buffaloes, or fly back like a x flock of sheep. It was these storms or panics, which ruined the ancient democracies, and against which our own republican institutions, uncorrupted by fillibusters and young Americans, are so well adapted to guard. The public opinion which governs, is something far more respectable and del...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 16 July 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS. Opening of tl»e Crystal Palaec. New York, July 14.—At 10 o’clock this morning the committee of the City Council, together with the Committee of Reception, arrived at Castle G-arden, having the President of the United States and suite in charge, accompanied by Governor Fort, of New Jersey, whilst salutes were being fired from Governor’s and Bedlow’s Island, and from the battery, under the direction of Brigadier Gen. Morris. After entering Castle Garden, which was thronged with people, the President was formally welcomed to the city by the Mayor, to which he responded in a neat and appropriate speech, which was received with great enthusiasm. The first di vision of military were stationed on the bat tery, with an immense throng of spectators and was reviewed by the President, on horseback, amid the shouts and the hurrahs of the multitude. The procession then formed, and was full one hour in passing out of the Battery. The parade was verj splendid, but a severe storm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 16 July 1853

POETRY. Another Parody on “Ben Bolt.” JOE JONES. Don't you remember lame Sally, Joe Jones ! Lame Sally, whose nose was so brown ! Who looked like a clam if you gave her a smile, And went into fits at your frown ? In the old goose-pond, in the orchard, Joe Jones, Where the goslings are learning to swim, Lame Sally went fishing one wel, windy day, And there by mistake tumbled in. Under old Sim’s brush fence, Joe Jones, That winds at the foot of the hill, Together we’ve seen the old camel go round, Grinding cider at Appleton’s mill; The mill-wheel is oven wood now, Joa Jones, The rafters fell on to a cow ; And the weasels and rats that crawl round as you gaze, Are the lords of the cider-mill now. Don’t you remember the pig-pen, Joa Jones, Which stood on the path to the barn ? And the shirt-button trees, where they grew on the boughs, Which we sowed in our jackets with yarn S The pig pen has gone to decay, Joe Jones, The lightning the tree overcome ; And down where the onions and carrot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 18 July 1853

VOL. I.—NO, 89 THE MORNING MAIL, Is PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY BALDWIN & ROSE. OJJicc on Thirteenth Sired, between Main amd Cary. TERMS —Daily Paper, in the city, $3 per ann urn in advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the yeir; or six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in advance ;or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any part of the State 19 cents.] The Semi-Weekly, will bo mailed to subscribers at S3 per year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of Virginia, 20 cents.] The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in advance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year, j Postage per annum to any part of the State, only 10 cents.] ADVERTISING. One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 Two squares •* “ each, one year 40.00 One square, one insertion, 60 ; “ each succeeding insertion 25 advertisements, unles...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 18 July 1853

THE MORNING MAIL. <>. StAEinViN <te C. A. ROSE, EDITORS AND I’ROI’RIETORS. . JAS. W. LEWELLEN, assistant Editor. MONDAY MORNING, JULY The Virtues anil Sorrows of the Poor. The Edinburgh Review remarks : “First among the virtues of the poor (of Scotland) must be reckoned what Monckton Milnes so justly calls ‘ the sacred Patience of the poor.’ The extent to which this virtue prevails can be only appreciated by those who have mixed intimately with the working classes. Distress they submit to without surprise, and generally without murmur, as one of the appointed incidents to heir lot. They are often very deficient, it s true, in the foresight and self-denial which might provide against the recurrence of privation ; but, when it comes, they meet it with a cheerful, manly, simple resignation, accepting ‘ Each ill As a plain fact whose right or wrong They question not, confiding still That it shall last not overlong; Wining from first to last to take Tho m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 18 July 1853

NEWS BY THE MAULS. Later from Port an Prince. Pbiladkmbia, July 16th.—The barque Charles E. Lex arrived here to day with advices from Tort au Prince to July Ist. The country was quiet and business extremely dull. The importations from the United States were larger than ever before known within the memory of the old merchants. Fish would scarcely bring the duties paid on them. Pork, Flour and Butter were selling at lees than the invoice prices. Coffee and Logwood were scarce. Coffee on board brought $1,50 per 100 lbs. Logwood ISO per 1000 pounds. Doubloons $270. In other matters there was no particular movement. The abundant supply of products for the United States will tend to keep down prices for some time to come. Washington Affairs. Washington, July 16th.—Com. Shubrick left for Portsmouth, N. H., to assume the command of the Fishing Squadron. He was accompanied by Lieut. Maury, W, Lewis, and Col. J. S. Cunningham, his private Secretary. J. D. Ward, of N. C,, who indefinitely decl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 18 July 1853

POETRY. . . lUliJuiem Dy the Sen. HELEN IRVING, I bssr th® esa-ivaves dashing And roaring on the shore, But n Tcic® is in their chorus That I never heard before ; A voice whose sound hath power to fill My listening soul with dread— A voice that moans unceasingly, A wail above my dead. Moans of a summer midnight Beneath a foreign sky, When in the hush of murmuring winds, Was heard a last, low sigh— And a noble soul—a soul I loved, Took flight for the starlit heaven, And a noble form—a form I loved, To the starlit deep was given. Cold is the sea, but colder yet Is the brow that its waters lave, And the tide is still in the breast that heaves To the rock of the restless wave; The bloom is gone from his glowing cheek, And the love from his pleasant eye, And none there heed on his pallid lips The smile that could never die. Oh, I pine, beloved, to hear once more Thy cheerful loving tone, And I pine to feel thy living heart Throb once against mine own ! I pine for all thy brother-love, Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 19 July 1853

VOL, L—NO. 90. THE MORNING MAIL, Is PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY BALDWIN & ROSE. Office on Thirteenth Street , between Main amd Cary. TERMS —Daily Paper,in the city, $3 per annum in advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the year; or six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carrier. When mailed, $1 per year, in advance ;or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single dSpies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any part of the State cents.] The Semi-Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers at $3 per year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of Virginia, 26 cents.] The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in advance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. | Postage per annum to any part of the State, only 13 cents.] ADVERTISING. One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 Two squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 One square, one insertion, 50 “ each succeeding insertion 25 All advertisements, unless o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 19 July 1853

THE MORNING MAIL. «>. P BALDWIN - *. C. A. KOSE, KDITOBS AND PBOPBIETOBB. JAS. W. LEWELU3N, Assistant Editor. TbKSDAYAIOkNTNG,JULyi9,r:;::::-.-:::::;1863T - War ii» tile East. The last advices render it not unlikely that we may prove false prophets about the course of the emperor Nicholas. We very naturally inferred from so haughty a prince’s condescending to address a large and elaborate manifesto to the world, that he dreaded the censure of that world, and might bs restrained from swallowing the prey over which he was gloating, by fear of its disapprobation. It seems, however, that he had gone too far, that his appetite for conquest had become too keen, and his pride of consistency too great, to stoop to conciliation and compromise, especially in the face of threats. We do not pretend fully to understand the question at issue between Russia and Turkey, involved, as it is, in a cloud of words, and a tangled web of diplomacy, sadly puzzling to us plain republicans, who “ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 19 July 1853

NEWS BY THE M AILS. Steamboat Disaster—Loss of Life—A Large Number Scalded. New York, July 17. —At about 2 o’clock on Saturday morning, as the steamboat Empire was on her down trip from Albany to New York, with 100 passengers on board, and when about a mile north of Hamburg, she was run into by a sloop, and her guards turn away, loosing tbo boiler fastenings and causing the larboard boiler to explode, blowing down the smoke pipes and tearing through the decks, bursting the paddle boxas and blowing them into the river, killing two persons, and scalding twelve or fourteen more, three of whom subsequently died of their injuries. A schooner called Mustaßbro came alongside and took off the passengers, about 200 in number, and landed them at Clinton Point, where every attention was paid them by the family of Mr. Van Hens eelaer. Several passengers state that they saw five or six persona jump overboaad at the time, and late accounts state that several dead bodies have been taken from the r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 19 July 1853

POETRY. “Olil would I were at Home.” Th j rosy lit horizon’s flush Held in its depths afar. Soft as the wane of Beauty’s blush, The paling morning star. In snowy folds the silver mist To wood and water gave, A veil, through which the sunshine kissed The still and sleeping wave. ’Twas joyance all, —the valley smiled, The very air was balm, Yet sadly moaned a mountain child, Where waved the lowland palm. Alone, and sick at heart he lay Beneath its leafy dome, And sighed and murmured all the day. Oh ! would I were at home.” I weary of this emerald plain, And of the breezeless lake, This broad expanse of waving cane, Where no bird echoes wake. I weary of this changeless sky’s Untroubled deeps of light, And of the garden's gorgeous dyes, With blossoms always bright. Oh ! for the mountain’s breezy side— The roaring of the pines— The eyrie where the eagles bide— And red the beacon shinks! Where o’er the beetling crag the loud Voice thunders crashing come, Swift riding on the driving cloud—...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 20 July 1853

VOL. L—NO, 91 THE MORNING MAIL, IS PUBLISHED EVERT MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY BALDWIN & ROSE. Office on Thirteenth Street , between Main amd Cary. TERMS —Daily Paper,in the city, $3 per ann um in advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the year; or sir and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in advance ;or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any part of the State 19% cents.] ‘ the Semi-Weekly, will he mailed to subscribers at $3 per year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration ofthe year. [Postage per annum, to any part of Virginia, 26 cents.] The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in advance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum to any part of the State, only 13 cents.] ADVERTISING. One,sqaare of twelve lines, one year $30.00 Two squares “ “ each, one your 40.00 One square, one insertion, 50 .< “ each succeeding insertion 25 4£g»All ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 20 July 1853

THE MORNING MAIL. O. p, BALDWIN vV c. A. ROSE, EDITORS AND I’ROI'KIETORS. .IAS. W. L.BWELLKN, Abustakt Editor. WEDNESDAY MOKNXNG, JULY 20,:::::::;::::;::i868. Charity ForbcaY-ance. “ ’Tig barbarous to insult a fallen foe.’ 1 “There is a lust in man no charm can tame, Of loudly publishing his neighbor's shame; On eagles’ wings immortal scandals fly, While virtuous actions arc but born and dio.” Making the above quotation, the Philadelphia Inquirer remarks: Some men appear to think that they have the privilege of mingling with society, for the purposes of denouncing the weaknesses and errors, and assailing the reputation of their fellow citizens, They delight in abuse and vilification. They are never so happy as when by reason of some misfortune or some fault, an acquaintance or a neighbor may with some degree of impunity be denounced and anathema tized. They are eager to circulate and magnify scandal—they are impatient to detail and exaggerate evil tidings. This man is held up as a k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 20 July 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS. Vessel Burnt at Sen. Philadelphia, July 18th. —By the ship John Farnham at this port, from Pernambuco, we learu that the British barque Beamier, from Australia, for Loudon, with a cargo of wool, aud 25,000 ounces of gold duet, was burned at sea, (no dates given,) in lat. 4S, Her passengers and crew. 126 in number, were taken oft’ by the French barque Charles, at Pauline, aud carried into Pernambuco, '['he gold was also saved, aud placed in charge of the British Consul. The Steamer El Paraguay Condemned as nnsenworthy. Providence, July 16th,—Late advices from Maranbam received here, state that the steamship El Paraguay, from Nsw York, bound to Paraguay, had sprung a leak, when near Maranham, and having returned to that port, had been condemned as uuseaworthy, and ordered to be sold. The passengers and crew were all well. She was insured in Now York. More Religious Troubles. Louisville, July 18.—An Anti Catholic lecturer, named Kirkland, is holding forth here. Bisho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Morning Mail — 20 July 1853

POETRY. Hallowed l)c tliy Same. BY MISS ELIZA COOK. List to the dreamy tone that dwells In rippling wave or sighing tree; Go, harken to the old church bells, The whistling bird, the whizzing bee; Interpret right, and ye will find ’Tis '• power and glory” they proclaim ! The chimes, the creatures, waters, wind, All publish “ Hallowed be thy name /’’ The pilgrim journeys till he bleeds To gain the Altar of his sires ; The hermit pores above his beads, With zeal that never wanes or tires ; But holiest rite, or longest prayer, That soul can yield or wisdom frame, What better import can it bear Than Father ! “ Hallowed be thy name !” The savage kneeling to the sun, To give his thanks or ask a boon; The raptures of the idiot one, Who laughs to see the clear round raoou; The saint well taught in Christian lore, The Moslem prostrate at his flame— All worship, wonder, and adore ; All end in “ Hallowed he thy name /” Whate’er may be man’s faith or creed, Those precious words comprise it still...

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