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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 5 May 1852

VOL. 2-NO 168. THE mil.Y DISPATCH. =TAlifX~cbw A R pf IST, proprietor. Ijr jjH R. PI.KAHANT]3» Kdlt»r. So rKS 1 7?|l do 6 do 1100 1 a! a»|i do lyW 30 00- gy* Cwmaic*!l«t are charged at the same fiy Ten tin** v '-' u rt *T iari ' ?t ?al--an«iUin proportion, and payable Inad- T * r -y inserted once a week, twice , three tern * a week, will V *har«ed » eants lor the first .cuertioo. and .Tj ceaU tor each *°rW* U M i » n.:lea Inserted for }5 cents: Fu notices A* . Death*, without obituary or f antral inritafc'ia. Ist centt. . .. The"DAitr Dispatch u served to subscriber* at m .1W • <*** V* P*7*ble o the ®a<Her wwklf. Prioe for rnaiLag. $4 a year la ad iraoae ran WUKLV I>ISPAT€H I, e-ry Fr-iay m>nung and mailed for osx a vsu o Cixbs, for *5 sixeo otM for #10 ttt.."te'*n c >ple*; for 9-5 twenty co pM: for tw.-nfy -s-ven copte*. fM'KKK. *—Iron and Wire Railing i»lnn- J ufactorr, Mam .-treat, between Bth and 9th, N0.216. liastfide . , , . Tne subscriber? saving built a new sh...

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. — 5 May 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. jar TO AJDVEH.TIKERB.—The circulation •f me Dispatch is rem Times as large as that •f any other Daily paper is the city of Richmond. It la therefore greatly superior lo any other as a ■ertinm of adrertiainf. RICHMOND. VA.i Msielsg, Wsy 8, I^*- THE MEDICAL SOCIETY ANDQUACK ERY. Our friend, the Lord Mayor of Fredericksburg is certainly a very candid man. He boldly •tows, in the middle of this nineteenth centu ry, (as the demagogues say,) standing, not in the South porch of the capitol," bat in the ■hade of his own sanctum, not under "anOc tober sun," but in the cool breeze of an un commonly cool May-day, that so far as he is concerned, he is " a believer in quackery," and never " uses any other but Quack medicines!" Oh! Mr. Semple, Mr. Sernple! You know not what you are saying. If you should chance to be taken-sick, how do you know that the doctors may not bleed and blister you to death? To be serious; we think the object aimed at 4>y the Medical Society an exce...

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. — 5 May 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. FURTHER CALIFORNIA NEWS. Among the passengers by the Cresen' Citv weir Capt. S. R. Knox, U. S. Navy; Major B. F. VVhitier, delegate from California to the Whig Na:ional Convention; Major Loring. de legate to the Democratic National Conven tion; and Mr. and Mr*. Chas. Thome, the well known actor and actress. Signora Biscaccianti had given seven toncerta at San Francisco, at last accounts She was a great favorite, and h&a continually increased in popularity. The population of California is increasing at a rate truly astonishing. By intelligence from China, we learn that almost every ship in the ports of that country is taken in passengers for the Eureka State. We have similar news from the different countries of Central and South America. In one day, last week, the population was increased to the extent of one thousand, by the arrival of that number of Chinamen and Chilians, not one of whom can speak a word of English. The Legislature was still in session but ex p...

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. — 5 May 1852

nk DAILY PISPATCfI Ctrrf»fM4»e« «f ik« Dispatch. Washington, May 3, 1852. Mr. CUy, it i« thought, is rapidly sinking, •nd we are prepared, at any moment, to hear of hia exit. . The death of the Re*. O. B. Brown, on yes terday morning, waa not unexpected. Owing to ill health, ne resigned twelve months ago, the pastoral charge of the Tenth Street Bap tist Church. Mr. Brown labored faithfully in his holy calling for upwards of forty-five years, •nd was the oldest minister in the city except one (the venerable Dr. Laurie.) He now rests from his labors. In his death, the triumph of the christian faith was most mamfeat. In the hour of disso'ution be rejmced in that fee had so long preached, and in the faith he had kept. ' 'Mark the good and perfect man, and behold the upright; for the end or that man is peace." Gen. Houston returned to the city on Satur day. He looks remarkably well, and seems ready to enter, with spirit, into the grand con test for the Presidential stukes. The Union is o...

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. — 6 May 1852

VOL. 2--NO 169 THFLP ulv dispatch. TaITA- COW AR DIN. Proprietor. ar«H B. PL KAMA NTS, Editor. CASH TERMS Ot ADVERTISING. I 1 insertion §0 50 , 1 square, I month 94 00 I Kjoare. 075 1 do a mon'hs 700 il V do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 \ i week I 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 it 3 weeks a 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 or Cotnmuuicatioasare charged at the sum r«l«« •» advertisement |V Ten »*« " u ** 0 ,< W r fj&r Bisnt. in exact proportion, and payable in ad "£»■ 4drertUeaies:s Inserted once • week, twice . ffk or three time, a w«<*. will be SO •ants for the first inserCon, and 37* cent, tcy each "ttrM^iage Botfwn ituerted for 05 cents; Fu 25 cents; D-ath., without obituary or fvMral invitation, lit cents. , The "Vailx Dispatch" is semsd to subscribers fw-rtse ceu pe> P»y»b'.e to the Jirrter weekly. Pricfl f« maiLn* *4 a year in ad rue" THE WEEK I. V DISPATCH is oab .shed every Kr.iay moraiag and mailed fjroNj rH)LL ab a v*aß To femfof #5 six co pie* for SlO thirteen copies; tor $15 twenty co p...

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. — 6 May 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. QT TO ADVBKTlHEßS.—Tbecirculatloo of the Dispatch is thrxk tikis m large as that of ant other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. It is therefore greatly superior to any other as a ■tedium of advertising. RICHMOND. TA.i Tlwrsday Marrtag, May >, lgjit. THE EFFECTS OF THE LATE GOLD DISCOVERIES. Nearly the entire newspaper press, both of this country and | Europe, are engaged in speculating upon the effect which the enormous •mount of gold discovered in California and Australia will have upon the business of the world. Upon all hands, it seems to be agreed that, the relative value of gold and silver, will undergo a very rapid change, and some even apprehend that the metal which is now consi dered the baser ol the two, may, at no very re mote period, come to be regarded as the more precious. There seems, at the same time, to be but one view with regard to the effect which it will have upon prices all over the world.— These, it is supposed, must inevitably go up, ...

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. — 6 May 1852

THE LATEST NEWiS, Printer*' National Convention- Cincinnati, May 3d.—The Printers 1 Na tional Convention assembled in this city this morning, «t 10 o'clock. After the transaction of the usual preliminary business, permanent officers were appointed as follows :—Presi dent, M. C. Brown,ot Philadelphia; Vice Pre sident, Mr. Lewis, of St. Loaie, and Mr. Wil dei, of Boston: Secretaries, Messrs. Jseig and Baker, of«jCinciiuiati; Treasurer, Mr. Nafew, of Albany. Messrs. Bosworth, of Indianapo lis, Auniach, of Columbus, and Lewis, of St. Louis, were appointed a committee to draft mles Messrs. Green, of Kentubkv; Foster, of Missouri; Thompson, of Ohio; Nafew, of New- York; Kandell. of Maryland; McKnight, of Tennessee; Wilder, of Massachusetts; Hub baid, of Pennsylvania; and Bosworth, of Indi ana, were appointed a commit ee to prepare business for the Convention. The Convention then adjourned until! 10 o'clock to-morrow morning. There are delegates present repre senting 1- States and "22 Prin...

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. — 6 May 1852

TH6 DAILY DISPATCH CsrresysalMtt sf the Mspatek, Washington, May 4,1852. It i< stated, Hid by wtme, confidently, that ere tuaiiy days alapwe, Gen. Scott will come oat with a letter which will be satisfactory to Mr. Seward, and, at the same time, qaiet the apprehensions of the South. If he can frame amck a statement, then wa shall award to the General. or if you please to Mr. Seward (who may perhaps have a finger in that pie,) far greater tact—cunning, it may be—than is even now conceded to either. TMs is, however, but the revival of a rumor prevalent here a month ago, and little reliance can be placed in il» . "loa," has an-admirable letter in the Balti more Sun of thia morning. His • ,ric,ur " "" the tardy action of Congress, m refer " c * J® measures of great national coocern.sresea sonable, and well deserved,»rnnirres«iona'l alludes to the growing evils Jo°g remnonad iaterfrrence in President , -i-u. are assuming a very serious aspect. Ihe of the people «eem <„ their h eh v...

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. — 7 May 1852

VOL. 2--NO 170. tke pau.y dispatch. j A3. A. COWARDIN. Propria tor. Ht"«H It. PLEASANTS, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING, i 1 insertion $0 50 j l square, 1 month S4 00 ! do 2insertions 075 , I do Smooths 700 j do 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 do 1 wee* 1 751 I do fi do 16 00 j do - week* 2 751 I do 1 year 30 00 Communications are charged at the same r|t ,,, »,iverti»<un"nts ry Tm lint* or lt*» wuike «/ifutr*, linger ad in eisct proportion, and payable in ad- T 'ry Advertisement* iuferW once a w-»-k, twice , week, or three bane* a week, will be charged K> for the first insertion, and 37f cents for each fggr Marriage notlc-s Inserted for 22 c"nts; Fu- M r*: notices 25 r^'i. Deaths, withju: obituary or r jc-T-sl irritation, lij cents The "Pailt Dt3fArcH" is serv'M to subscribers il r.x and a quarts eenu per tmm, payable to the M rrlM weekly Price fer mailing, a year in ad rsose. THE WKKKLY DISPATCH , aubr-shed evei'y 1 ri<ia y morning, and mailed fir oks dcllab a vs.ia. To Club...

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. — 7 May 1852

JTHE DAILY DISPATCH. rr TO ADVEKTIBBRB.—The circulation ■®f the Dispatch is mill timks as laree as that of any other Dally paper in the city of Richmond, ll fa therefore greatly superior to any other as a Medium of advertising. RICHMOND. VA.i FrMay Moaalag, May 7, 1853. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH IFor Friday, May 7, is now ready and for sale at this office. Its contents embrace full re ports of the Virginia Medical Society and the •American Medical Association; a Temperance Story; .Tale of La Kesiere; Articles on the Re lationsifeetween Editors and Scribblers, China amd Sir John Franklin, Gold Discoveries, Med ical Societies, Fredericksburg, Dismissal of Coaeha, &c.; Proceedings of the Legislature; Foreign and Domestic Newa and Correspond ence; Items; Anecdotes, Poetry, &c. Price 3 cents per single copy; <1 per annum in ad vance. LOLA MONTES. Eminence, in this naughty world of ours, has never failed to excite envy, and by conse quence, to induce persecution. This the lady, whose...

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. — 7 May 1852

the latest news. Mkthodist Conference.—The Northern Methodist Conference is in session at Boston.— On Tuesday, after the presentation of a multi tude of petitions— A resolution dissenting strongly from the decision of Judge Nelson in the church division o! property case, in New York, was presented; vet while dissenting, it proposed to submit to ihatjudical decision. The resolution recommended that no appeal should be made to the Supreme Court of th« United States. . The resolution was temporarily withdrawn, some objection being made. Cincinnati May 4.—The Printers' National Convention was in session to-day, pursuant to adjournment. Most of the session was taken up in the disussion of a resolution in reference to the apprentice system, which was finally adopted. A resolution in regard to the estab lishment of a National I'rinting Office was dis cussed. nnd retered to a committee of three, composed of Messrs. Handell, Bosworth and Montgomery. Burning of a Sttaniboat. Cincinnati, Alav ...

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. — 7 May 1852

THE DAILY PISPATCti COMMERCIAL. RICHMOND MARKETS, ffer tkr. wtt*i ending 7%xrt4*f Evening, May 6. ■ CAMSFUIXT COa&CCTED.) BACON continues veryftm. Virginia cured,bog round, 12 ct.«; prime Western and Baltimore Sides Hi to ilj rU; Shoulder* 10 to 10} ctt; Hams 12to BUTTER is very araree and high, with a bare market. W» quote firkin 23 to *5 eta per lb.; fresh Roll 37} to 40; Goshen 35 cents. BEESWAX—3B a 23 eta. per lb.-with small re ceipts. no change. COTTON AND COTTON YARNS.—The trade In Cottou here is limited. The quotations are 7|a r} cts. Cotton Yams 17 eta per Id. COFFEE—OId Java lit to 12} ; Laguayra 9f to Hio 9} to iOcts; Cape 8» a 9 cts; Manilla 12}. CANDLES—TaIIow 10} a 11*; Hull's patent 1J; Sperm 43 a 45, Adamantine 22} a 27}. Jackson a patent 12}. . . „ COAL—3O cents on board for good mixed, fine and lump; Bto 9 cents for blacksmith's coal. CORN—€ 3 to 62} cents per bushel ol 5b lbs. for old and new. CORN MEAL—7O to 75 cents per bushel. FLOUR—Last sales of Scotts vil...

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. — 8 May 1852

VOL. 2"NO 171 daily DISPATCH. A GOWARDIN, Proprietor. - grUH H. P i7kA S A NTS, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. . _ J i C s»>rt:>n #0 50 j 1 eq-.-aro, 1 month 4H 00 4 • c 075 , i do 2 months 700 3 ' a.-> ICO t do a do 10 00 i 1 wee* 1 751 I do 6 do 16 00 (i. -2 2 75(1 do 1 year 30 00 v -*mmi4r.iC»tioßS a;-» ca%rg>sd at the same iwKTUst tn<*nts. Vy To .»i.v or Uss n-nks t% ; longer ad , . menu in enact proportion, and payable In ad *rs~ Advertisements Inserted once * week,twice jTj or three times a weok, will b» SO gat, ->ir ite first insertion, and 374 cents tor each jeeruanee rf notices inserted for 25 cents; Fu- B 7?sa notices's esets; DeitUje, without obituary or ir ,.. r s. -.liTitao in, 12J cents Xfc,> ■ Daily Dispatch ' is serrod to subscribers I r : a%d a ciarur cnu per vewi. payahta to the jrrtir wt*>kiy. Price for mailing, $4 a year In »d THK WEEKLY DISPATCH , pub.iahed every Frulay roaming, and mailed >r exs ivot-LAA a vkah To Cttrss, for $5 s...

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. — 8 May 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rap TO ADVBKTlMßKS—Thecircolalton oftee DisrATCH is THUS TIMES *» large as that of ut other Daily paper la the city of Richmond. It is therefore «reatiy superior to any other as a of advertising. RICHMOND. TA.« Hmtmrdmj Mormiag, May 8, 1853. THE TEHUANTEPEC TREATY. Our atatement of the circumstances attend ing thia treaty, on yesterday, being made from memory, the papers in the case having been lost or mislaid, waa full of inaccuracies. We take thia opportunity to correct if, by on arti cle in the New York Times, which is too long for insertion here. In the year 1842, Don Jose Garay, a citizen of Mexico, foreseeing the great advantages of fered by the Tehuantepec route, procured a grant from the Mexican government, of the exclusive right of way across it, and of loca ting a canal or railway for that purpose. The grant was made on the Ist of March of that year, and waflßigned by President Santa An na, who in a clause thereof, solemnly pledged the faith of the nati...

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. — 8 May 1852

the latest news. The I'tab Appointment*. M«v 6.—Orson Hyde,a Mor - 0„ « 8 s nominated (o the Senate by the Pre _j( j P nt, to-day,as Associate Judge of the Ter .' v of I tah. vice Judge Brocku», resigned. Mr. Richards, a Mormon, was also nominat ed Secretary of Utah, vice Harris, resign ed Judge Brandenburg, of Utah, resigned ye«- tfr ,i a> i have not learned the name of his fl :ccf!-«or. I). Harris, late Secretary of Utah, has. 1 learn, declined the. Secretaryship of New Mfi <o. tendered .him by the President. Important from the Rio Grande, >fv» ORiiANsi, May 3.—Hates have been received from Brownsville to the 28th ult. The firmest excitement prevailed at Rio Grande in cons< quenccof the murder of Wm. Pat too, a rrtpectablo American merchant, by a band of Mexicans. A number of citizens pur surd and overtook the murderers and lynched theu.. together with six ethers of an organised band formed for the robbing and murdering of Americans. The murderers professed to act unde...

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. — 8 May 1852

■HFdaily dispatch FURTHER BY THE EUROPA. PThe steamer Europa brings 52 passengers. Fergus O'Connor was among them. KttOI.AIID. J. Went worth Butler has written a letter to the London Time* denying that the Guano Islands 01 Lobos belong to Peru, aa they were not enumerated among; her possessions when she declared her Independence. Flax-planting is going on extensively in the North of Ireland. A remarkable statement appears in the Lon don Times respecing the course to be pursued by Austrin, Prussia, and Russia in the event of Louis Napoleon assuming the title of Em peror. The substance of it is that Prince Sch wa; zeaoerg had addresacd a circular to the European Courts expressing bis conviction dial Napoleon was about to erect an imperial throne, adding that Austria felt no alarm, and advocating the claims of Napoleon to thejfriend »hip and alliance of their respective Govern ments. Prussia answered this circular on the JBth, and Russia on the 29th of February, and the tenor of both r...

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. — 10 May 1852

VOL. 2--NO 172 TIIF D\H,V DISPATCH. Tils. a. COWARDIN, ProprtetofT ur<;il R. PI. It %*A>TH, Editor. CA*H TV.RMt-' *.>F ADVERTISING. 1 n - i*re, 1 inK-rtion #0 SO | 1 square, 1 month 91 00 1 do 2 insertions 075 ( 1 do SmoatJxs 700 i do 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 do I week 175 j 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2 weeks 2*5 I 1 do 1 year 30 00 are charged at ths sama rttes as advertisements. 7V* iihtt or U.-s tick/ a tquwrt, longer ad »#rtosetne»iUi in exact proportion, and payable la ad Tfc-ice. rr Advertisement* inserted once a week, twice • w?-ek, cr three times a we»»k, will be «harged 50 •«n?s for the iir*i iuieruoc, and .VTJ cents for each »>:itinuance. jgr Marriage n< tices inserted for 35 cents; Fu- B«r*i notices 25 cent*; TeaUis, without obituary or f antral invitation, 12i cents. Tho •• Daily Dispatch" is served to subscribers at in <jnd a qu(.r*.tr uvis per tce*k, payable to the •arrier weekly. Price for mailing, $-1 ayoaria »d- Tiaaa. TITK WKKHLV DISPATCH 11 published...

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. — 10 May 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rgr TO Al>VK»tTlMKßß.~Theclrculatioii •f the DisrATCH is threk timks as large as that of any other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. It I* therefore greatly superior to any other as a ■utdiuui of advertising. RICHMOND . VA.t Monday Morning, May 16, 183*. INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. We once heard an anecdote of a very weal thy Virginia farmer, one of the most intelli gent and successful of his class, which was somewhat to the following effect. He had in herited from his father a very large and a very splendid estnte; but it was considerably en cumbered, und during a long minority, with the best intentions on the part of the guardian, his lands had been greatly impoverished. On taking possession, he found himself in a condi tion which was anything but agreeable. He was embarrassed by the debt hanging over him, vet he neither wished to sell his paternal scresj nor the slaves with whom he had been raised, and who stood to him in the relation of humble friends and de...

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. — 10 May 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. Railroad Accidrnt and Last oj Life. Ogi>fv?buk«. N. Y., May ~th.—At Pierpont on the Watertown and Kom« Railroad, four ladies who weir amusing themselves in n hand cor. were killed by being run upon by the freight train. Several others were injured — Misses Peafc, of Pierpont, and Mann and Wright, of Oswego, were among the killed.- The head of one was severed and thrown two rods from the body, and the bodies of other* were much mutilated. Mr. Clay's Health Washington, May 7th.— Mr. Clay feels the genial influence ot ihese balmy breezes of May. A few days since he expressed to his physician an apprehension that as his debilitv increased, he might not be able to rally strength t • thr.m olVthe accumulated phlegm, and thus die of strangulation. I>r. Hall assured him mat his decline would be so gradual that he would pass away without himself or friends perceiving his dissolution. This assurance was most gratifying to him. I welcome death, fft>d he, but do not de...

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. — 10 May 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH C«rre<if«Rdeice of the Dlnpntcb. Washington, May 7th, 1852. Notwithstanding the popular feeling ai (he South in I'nvor of Mr. Fillmore, I am pcr fc»ct!y Hkiioiiftti (from recent developments) tliut Gen. Scott will be the nominee of the Haiti - more Convention, No. 2: and equally assured am I, that Mr. Buchanan will he chosen as the mo iHiiH bearer of the Democratic party. With these opposing candidates in the ap promthing canvass, it requires, I imagine, no very f reat depth of penetration to conjecture the result. It is well understood in political circles here, that Mr. Douglass yields his j claims for the present, with a prospective view to the "succession," and will throw the weigh! of his name and influence in Buchan an's favor. _ . . Democrats, as well as Whigs, are of opinion that :io ninn can carry Pennsylvania against Scott, except Buchanan; and the Keystone State always determines the election. It is evidc. i that the high claims of Mr. Fillmore, the ...

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