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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 January 1852

VOL 2—NO- 83. fHK DAILY DISPATCH. \ cOWAßDlN^Proprtetor. HUGl'l HrFi.KA«A NTS, F.dltor. TKRMS of advertising. ' , ..i , n 4<) 50 | 1 square, 1 month #4 00 1•<«*• ' ,0 75 1 do 2moß'hs 700 i itf V d' ioo i do a do 10 00 11° i «Jk 1 »II do 6d016 00 i f 2 751 1 do lymr 30 00 1 fommui. -stions are charged at the nine WJ, * f <" lfff w,!i " 0 11 <""*•' longer ad rf r *.,4u in exact proportion, and payable in adW2 r °„ inserts one* « week, twice t three times * will V» <h*r*ed SO • w . I a... luti insertion, and J7i cents lor eacn se-''•* K • ' w*nwe notices inserted for 25 cent*; Fulf, cents ; Draths, without obituary or fcrTrs invitation. 124 cents. "r • Ultv Dispatch" is served to subscribers . J' .rd acuarrtr cer,u per truk. payable to the wivkly Price for mailing, a year in adfiisce. THE VKKKLY DISPATCH rr-b'shed every Friday morning and mailed \ s J o s* doilak avkar To Clcm, for $5 sixco!jL forflO thirteen copies; for $15 tweuty...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. I IT TO AOVKKTlMMM—ThedreulatUw of the Disfatch is THa*m ram aa large aa that •f any other Daily paper ia the city of Rtekiaoad. It 1* therefore greatly superior to any other aa • Medium ot advertising. RICHMOND. V A.i Monday Morning, lusary !tt, 1853* "MEDIOCKAC Y." The reader will find in another column, an Article upon this subject, from Chambers' Edinburgh Magazine, aa full of truth, aa it ia of •nergy and spirit. It is mediocrity that governa the world, that has alwaya governed it heretofore, that will always govern it hereafter. The man who does not sacrifice to thia omnipotent monarch, ia a doomed man. He may possess all the genius of Shakapeare, all the acience of Newton, alt the learning of all the learned men that have ever existed, and unless ha bows before her throne, he can no more make hia way through the world than a vessel can cross the Atlantic without sail, steam, oar or rudder.— Look around, and see how common-place every thing is—listen to the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 January 1852

the latest news. THE MAILS. Latt night we received newspaper* from Baltimore sud Washington of the 21st, 22nd, dill 23rd inst. No papers, however, from baromi Baltimore, came to hand. Letters were received from New Vork, of date the 20th, and Washington and Baltimore to the 220 d. Oiir letters give some idea of the intensity of »inter at the North. f n£ Sitawer Powhatan —Her Struggles on the Potomac. The National Intelligencer says: "At »c» form" period, at least since steamboats have been in us* on our rivers, have they hod so much to contend with as during the present winter. The toil and vigilance, and even danger, to which the crew of the Powhatan !,*»e been exposed since the prevalence of the sevre weather deserve a commendatory nolice fro to the press and the acknowledgment of the travelling public." IjjJ* The members of Congress have taken measures to celebrate the approaching anniversary of the birthday of Washington. Correspondence of the Daily Dinpatch. The East Ricer Brid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH ARRIVALS AT THE PRINCIPAL HOTELS SATURDAY AM) SUNDAY. EXCHANGE HOTEL.—Mr Richardson, Providence, K I; FN Hall, New Haven, Cl; J Morrtoon, }f«wark, N J; P Busbce, Thos Settle, Jr, Mim Settle ud Miss Graves, Ncrth Carolina; J Johnson, Greenville; Wis Collins, Portsmouth; H B Games, Petersbnrgi H Tinslcy, Georgis; J A Anderson, J H Raymond and Tho* VV Bailey, New York Geo V Scott, Petersburg; S H Roger* and C B Saunders, North Carolina; R Ford, Williamsburg; S W Co'kle, Lynchburg; R II Pleasants, Baltimoic; W C T Conway, J Enable and John B Ives, Prince Edwsrd; Mr and Mri J Hartshorn, Montgomery Co, Md; Rich Epes, U H Hardaway; Mr Hardaway, MftiltT Hardaway and R W Roberta, Nottoway C H; J B Lee, Lyncal.urg; W L Smith, Hanover; J R Branch, Petersburg; Capt Harnngtoß, Va; W T J one«, Gloucester; O B Barraud, Norlulk; Joott 13 Harrison, Hanover Academy; James Carmicbael and John T Brown, New York: J C Past. Wilmington, Del; Mrs J S O'Nealc and Win A Saunders, Jr, Phila...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 January 1852

VOL. 2—NOS4. I jjI,- DAILY dispatch. ' g A C O\V nn;ll tt. Editor. .. ... TKKMS OK ADVERTISING. i . ..n tiori #0 50 I 1 square, I month t4 00 l „r.»re. \ ; 75 1 do 2mon'h. 700 1 d 0 VZ\ CO 1 do 3 do 1000 1 } ■ w-k 175 ] 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 d ° o «wk» 2' 5 i 1 do I year 30 00 Iry CoiriwwiMtioM M« dttpd « 'he »«»« t)r & & make a t quart; longer adtw , T , iVi# in oxnct proportion, and payable in ad- , , r -rii<oment* inserted once a week, twice rr £££ time, a week, will be ,harmed SO " r thr insertion, and 37j cenu lor each notice inserted for 25 cents; Fu- " ' 0 cents. Deaths, without obituary or **"*' " 'V h' on. 1-i cents. tv. : '.'lu'itv Dispatch" is served to subscribers arirr ct>u* V' r payable to the JJ r £ r "w'!v*iy' Vricr ,or *y t *» rin Advisee THE WKKKI.V DISPATCH r-r*!"shed every Fridav morning, and mailed tl OSF dcllak A year. To Clubs, for *5 sixco--2 . f7, r f;o thirteen copiea; tor $15 twenty CO- ' (\* i'M ;wnitY-«*»vn copie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 January 1852

fsreat Britain paid to Ocean steam companies •pwards of $3,500,000, or three and a half times M much as we paid. To the Cunard line ah* paid up* aids of $700,000, nearly doable •» much aa we paid to their auperiora in every reaped, the Collins line. It will he a crying shame if the proprietors should be obliged to sell the Collins steamers to the Czar. •fH£ DAILY DISPATCH. £jr TO A DVEKTIBKKf4.-Theeireulatioß sf the DtsrATCH is thkks times as large as that m any otner Daily paper ia the city of Richmond. It is therefore jtrestly superior to any other as a ssedium of ndvcrtitinj. RICHMOND. YA.t Taesday Morning, January 27, 1833 MESSRS. RIVES AND WEBSTER. The correspondence between these two gentlemen, in relation to the conduct of the first ia not presenting himself at the levee of Louia Napoleon, until his usurpation had been con* irmed by tiie vote of the people, will be found •a our lira! page. We think the course of Mr. Rives, a:id the instructions of Mr. Webster, will be approve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 January 1852

The latest news. the mails. ,„t amount of mail matter was receipt post Office here yesterday. It was con 81 Ibv the overland route fiom \V*shingtot VC ' Kred'erickJburg, in six wagons. But litth W ,»w«s brought by the papers. tC Th( , moderate weather now prevailing, wit ... i nable the Powhatan to reuew her tripi on ihe Potomac. , rrP ,pondrnc- oi lhe Dntly DWpntrh. Washington CiTT.Jan.24, 1852. 1 , mblished correspondence between Cap 1 onp nnd M. Kossuth, attracts consider* " c ! Vttentioo. U Capt. Long acted hastily ' , subsequent conduct toward the great Mag 'shouldexonerate him from all censure.— t renowned "attache," whose letter (calum . u <-tith) went the rounds olthe press ratine . * V s -or-ifr*—and *«rewdlv suanec* l!]to be John L. Hodge, U. S. Consul, ni ". . placed in this correspondence, noven enviable attitodebefore the Ameri ir ' Should he prove to be the author r i ill s demanded by every principle ol ; \ ~'o a''. iionor, which should characterize well as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Carrcaporteaee of the Dlspatefc. Washington Citt, Jan. 22. | The joint resolution making Land Warrants assignable, passed the Senate yesterday by a decided majority. No doubt exists of its passage by the House. This action of Congress will considerably enhance the value of these warrants. You will hare observed that a change recently took place in the editorial department of the Duily Telegraph of this city. General Duff Green" now edits the paper. For the past month or two its columus have been teeming with the most acrimonious and disgusting attacks on the distinguished Secretary of State; these attacks were provoked by the action of Mr. Webster in regard to tlte payment of the last instalments to Mexico. Mr.Green contemplated "putting money in his purse" by a certain transaction connected with the payment of these instalments; butthe action of the Secretary supervened, and hence the dissipation of his golden dreams. Mr. Bayly, too, as Chairman of the Finance Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 January 1852

VOL 2—NO. 85. XHE DAILY IHSi'ATCH. 7 aS . a. COW A K DIN. Proprietor. aC(«H K. eiJK VSA NTS, Editor. rA>Il TERMS Of" ADVKRTIBINO. „ ii„„,rtionfo 50 I 1 square, 1 mouth #4 00 TT-S ».0 75 !do imon-h. 700 \ j V do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 \ 2°, I w.vk I 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 \ jo 9 weeks 275 i 1 do 1 year 30 00 X&" Communications are charged at the same "*rw* Ti -''iwif !**' mltit a longer advisements m exact proportion, and payable in ad-»,lvertis»-ment» Inserted once a week, twice or three times a week, will be t harg,xi SO r tir»t insertion, and .J«j coats tor each notices inserted for 25 cents; Fu• »*., .' , vs cents; IVaAs, without obituary or ''~vitation, 12| cent#. -IT• ihilv Dispatch" is served to subscribers at «>><!'iinartcr cevu r>cr **ek, payable to the JJrri, r *,vkV Price for mailing. $4 a year In ad»ance. TOE WEKIiI.Y DISPATCH w pubrshed every Friday morning and mailed for OVK DOLLAR A year To Ct.vßS. for six co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 January 1852

instant. While I return n>_v heartfelt thank* for your kind expressions toward* myself, officer# and crew, 1 cannot but express my sincere regret that circumstance! have induced {ou to proceed directly from England to the inited States, which hss deprived roe of the pleasure I had anticipated in conveying you •safe to our shores. That you, your family, and those of your associate# who accompany you, may have a pleasant and safe passage hence to the United States, is the sincerest wish of your obedient aervant. J.C. Lotus, Capt. U. S. N. To Louis Kossuth, Ex-(£overnor. President of Hungary. Another letter, dated Annapolis, January 13, signed J. Van Ness Philip, one of the officers of the Mississippi, states that Kossuth's conduct on board wss perfectly unexceptionable, and in relation to the letter of the attache says: "I do aguiti denounce, and brand the statements inude by the attaches* acollection ofthe tnoet malicious untruths which ever have been published in a public...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 January 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. THE AMERICA'S NEWS. gome fuller detail? by fte America, at Halifax, which left Liverpool on the 10th January, we copy below. We find only one or two items of any interest: ENGLAND.—A dissolution of the English Cabinet is belie* eti to be ine« table. After a Cabinet Council on the Bth, John Russell proceeded to Windsoi resile to confer with the Queen. It was geneiallv supposed that the Whig Government would tall through before the meeting of I'nrlittnetit. The Times savs the attempt to s'lrugthen the Ministii bv an alliance With ke Peelites had signsllv failed, and the Prime Minister would be compelled to meet Parliament without any addition to hi* strength. The Marquis ol LanJsdorine had tendered his resignation a> President of the Council. GF.RMA.NV.—The Germany Journals anrcmn'ce that great «<*nsation had been produced at \ ienna by the intelligence that Don Juan Infante, second son of Don Carlos, had run awav from his »if«, a sister of the D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH REUBEN AND PHfEBE. A PATHEKIC BALLAD. B* HI. H. K. BLIFKINS. In Manchester a maiden dwelt. Her name was Phnebe Brown; Her cheeks were red, her hair was b'ack, And *ke was considered by good judge* to be by all odd* the beat looking girl in town. Her age was nearly seventeen, Her eyes were sparkling bright; A very lovely girl was she — And for about a year and a half there had been a young tnan paying attention t« her by the same ot Reuben W right Now Reuben wfc* a niceyoung man, As any in the town; And Phoebe loved him very dear— Bat on account ot his being obliged to work for a living, he never could make himself agreeable to old Mr. and Mrs. Brown. Herparents were resolved Another she should wed; A rich old miser in the place— And old Brown freuqently declared that rather than have hi* daughter marry Reuben Wright, he'd sooner knock him on the head. But Phoebe's heart was brave and strong, She feared .riot parents' frown*; And as for Reuben Wright so bold, I've ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 January 1852

VOL 2--N0 86. THE DAILY DISPATCH. jAS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. rt,EA*ANT3, Editor. CASH TKKMS OK ADVERTISING. 1 ««*"». * insertion $0 50 1 1 square, 1 month «4 00 , do 2 insertions 075 I 1 do 2»non«hs 700 1 do 3 do 100 1 do 2 do 10 00 l do 1 week 175 ] 1 do 6 do 16 00 i do 2 weeks 275 j 1 do 1 year 30 00 fy Communications are charged at the same mie* as advertisement*. ry Ten lines or Use make • tqutcrt; longer advertisements in exact proportion, and payable in ad"ry Advertisements Inserted once a week,twice B week. or three limes a week, will be (harmed 50 •ent* lor the tirat insertion, and 37 j centa tor each tontinuanee. fjr Marriage notices inserted for 25 cents; Futentfnotices 25 cent#; Deaths, without obituary or funeral invitation, 12i cents. The "I)a:ly Dispatch'' is served to subscribers at tii and a quarter cent* per week, payable to the carrier weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year in advance. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH is pubfished every Friday morning, and mailed for o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 January 1852

'FUe daily dispatch. OT TO AI»V*RTIrt*RB.--Theeirctila«to» ot the Oi*r *tch i. mui mm ha lar*a aa that Of aay other Daily paper la the city of Rieluwad. I» to therefore greatly superior to my othar aa » ■Mdimn of advertising. __________ KICHMONP. ▼ A.t Thwsday Morning, J a awry g».lß<g. Report of the Board of Public Work*. We h»ve just finished the perusal of tbia document, the worki we belJftt, of the iate Governor of Virginia* It ia written with (feat force and ability, and will be apt to command, out of the limits of the State, a very unusual degree of attention. We do not recollect to have seen any where ao full, »o clear, and at the earae time ao satisfactory an exhibition of the entire system of internal improvements, its progress, its present condition, its aims, and its anticipated results. We are not yet prepared to enter fully into the vait and complicated subject, which this Report has thrown open to the inspection of the public. But we think it proper even, in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 January 1852

the latest news. The Pawbataa Afala aa Daly. The steamer Powhataa—WHlCH ta pluck w the back-bone—is again cutting her way jf,rough the ice. Tueaday morning the left ►Washington City and forced her way to Aquia Creek, reaching there about 9 o'clock at night. Yesterday morning she returned to Washing* To day she will attempt to resume her 1 VYc have had a very lively description of the %of ,he Powhatan down the river Tuesday The opposition of the ice was extremely obstinate, and was overcome with great difficulty. The boat was frequently stopped by the icc, an 1 had to go back for some distance ,- 4 j a fresh start. When this was done, K, c passengers and much of the freight were I translated to the stern, so as to elevate as as possible, the bow of the boat. She nauld then run with her whole force upon ice, and break it in with her weight.— Csptain McCauslakd displayed indomitable cci'igy »• well as tact, in his battle with the Wo trust that the Captain and his boat have psss, d over...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 29 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH The Old ftreea Laae, It ELM A COOK. •Twas the very merry aammer time That garlands hills and dells. And the south wind rang a fairly chisae Upon the foxglove belle; The cuckoo stood on the lady-birch To hid her last good bye— The lark sprang over the village church, And whistled to the sky, And w> had come front the barrett sheaves, A blithe and tawney train. And tracked our path with poppy leaves. Along the old grsen lane. 'Twas a pleasant way on a sunny day, And we were a h «ppy set, As we idly bent where the streamlet went To get our fingers wet; With the dog rose here, and the orchis there, And the woodbine twining through ; With the broad trees meeting every where, And the grass still damp with dew Ah! we all forgot in that blissful spot The names of care and pain, As we lay on the bank by the ehepherd'l cot, To rest in the old green lane. Oh ! days gone by 11 can but sigh As 1 think ol that rich hour, When my heart in its glee but seemed to be Ano...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 January 1852

VOL 2—NO 87. the daily dispatch. JA3. A. COW ARPIN, Proprietor. i)C(ilI K. PI.KAfA VT!*, Editor. cash tekms"oe advertising 1 aquare, 1 insertion *0 50 I 1 square, 1 month 84 00 , do 2 insertions 075 | do Smon-hs 700 l do 3 do 100 I do 3 do 10 00 1 do 1 we, k 173 I 1 do 6 do 16 00 I d,i 2 week. 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 ty Communication* are charged at the same rat- s as advertisements. ftn Ihus or less make a square; longer adt»rtseinenM in exact proportion, and payable in ad**££s= Advertisement* Inserted once a week,twice • or three times i *-*>k. will be iharjjed SO ier.ts for the first insertion, and .57 j cents tor eacti Marriage notice* inserted for 25 cent*; Fuleriifnotiees 25 cents, Deaths, without obituary or fsnerHi invitation, 12j cents. The " Daily Dispatch" is served to subscriber* at six and a quarter centt per week. payable to the tarrier weekly. Price for mailing, §4 a year in advance. TFIE WEEKLY DISPATCII la published every Friday morning, and mailed for ON...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 January 1852

hei> and who that looked on her fiur ruffled brow, or listened to the music of ner low, •oft voice,could imagine that in her breast c*ery particle or womanly softness wii banished-— that her thought* were onlr of revooge and death! It was at the altar's foot, her adored Victor had been torn from her artna; it should be at the altar's foot the rxpittory sacrifice ahould be made, bis murderer destroyed.— She procured from the East a deadly poison, the simple inhalation of which produces abrupt and certain death. Every flower in the bouquet waa steeped in the deadly essence: its effects hare been narrated—and thus, by one of those frightful transitions which _cir cumstances accomplish in human destiny, where the restraining influence of fixed religious principle is absent, Isabelle, once loving and irresolute, became a murderess and |a anicide. THE DAILY DISPATCH. £7*- TO AOVKRTlWKJlM—ThecircuUtion of the Dispatch Is thxkk timks m large u that of an; other Daily } ap*T in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 January 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. THE NORTHERN MAIL. The cars arrived last night at a few minute* past nine, bringing Washington and Baltimore papers of yesterday. Aa fixation of the Chesapeake Resumed. The steamer Georgia, from Norfolk, arrived at Annapolis on Tuesday. On her way up the passed near Sharp's Island, and went alongside of the ship Flora McDonald, which she supplied with provisions. As the officers of the tieorgia make no mention of apprehension of danger to the ship, or the existence of distress on boaid of her, the presumption is that there Was no w ant of provisions. The Georgia left Annapolis for Not folk yesterday at noon, and the Jewess was to leave Norfolk for Annapolis at the same time. It is expected that their daily trips will l>e regular hereafter. — Sat. Int. Fatal Railroad Accident. Boston,Jan.2B.—Last night the train of < nrs from New ton, on the Lower Falls branch of the Worcester railroad, coming in contact with a sleigh,containing George \V. Shaw,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 January 1852

fSTHE, DAILY BISPATCH COMMERCIAL. RICHMOND MARKETS. Jfer the wttk ending Thurtdmy Earning, Jint. 29. (CikOTLLT OOBUCTBD.] We hare but little chance to notice in onr Market. this week, the late closing of our watercourses tj ice having almost suspended business. BACON it In fair demand. Virginia cured, hog ground, lOf eta; prime Western and Baltimore Bides 9} to 10 c*a; Shoulder* 8| to 9i; flams 101 »o lit. BUTTER—Firkin 10 a 1« ctt. per lb. Frcih Roll BO a 25 eta. Goshen, in kegs, 13 to 19 eta. BEESWAX—22 a 23 eta. per lb.—price nominal, •one in market. COTTON AND COTTON YARNS —The trade "In Cotton here is limited. The quotations are 71 a B cts. Cotton Yarns 17 cts per lb. COFFEE-Old Java 111 to 121; Laguayra9J cts; Bio £} a9l cents ; Cape 8i a 9 cts; Manilla 121. CANDLES—TaIIow 10* a 111; Hull's patent 13; Bpenn 43 a 45, Adamantine 221 a 271. Jackson's patent 121. COAL—IO cents on board for good mixed, fine and lump; Bto 9 cents for blacksmith's coal. CORN—3S to 571 cents per bushe...

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