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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 27 May 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Vlrginia Legislature. WEDSKSDAT, May 26. fimtc. The bill from the Houm districting the State for the election of Commissioners of the Board of Public Works, defining tbeir duties, was taken up and made the order of the day for the first Tuesday in December next. The House bill, providing for (he discharge of the Executive functions in certain cases, was passed. The amendments of the House to the bill prescribing the powers and duties of lite Sheriff of the City of Richmond, were agreed to. [The bill provides that the Sheriff 'o be elected for the city of Richmond shall, instead of the Sergeant of said city, attend the Circuit Court and collect the taxes assessed in said city. The city jail to be the jail of the Circuit Court as well as the jail of the Corporation Court, and the Sergeant to be the Jailor tor both Courts. These are the main provisions of the bill, which w ere r.ot correctly under stood when we first heard the bill read at a late hour en Tuesday nigh...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 28 May 1852

VOL. 2—NO 188. Xriß DAILY DISPATCH. 7a3. A COWARDIN, Proprietor. Bl'tiH R. f LliA*A>Tf*, Editor. CASH TERMS OK ADVERTISING. , l insertion 80 50 | i square, 1 month 84 00 f* «o 'J insertions 075 ! 1 do 8 month. 700 1 ii 3 do 100 1 do 8 do 10 00 : da 1 wook 175 J I do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2 weeks 275 j 1 do 1 year 30 00 rv Communication* are charged at the same n -.H »• advertisements jry* )i-Mt <rr Usa «t.ikr a tqiiort. longer ad iw eaact proportion, and payable In ad "ry Inserted once a week, twice or three emi'i A w<aek. will V «h»rqv-d SO mt.m for the first insertion, and 37 j cents tor eacb •oquiiuunc* 1 • r-f Marriage aotiess Inserted for 25 cents; Fu notices 2o cents. Deaths without obituary or f guursl invitation. ...f cents ... The "Daslv Dispatch is served to subscribers fa and a vr-tt pir wtek, payable to the «rrter weekly t'rlce far mailing, 84 a year in ad v»a»< - THK WKtiKLI DISPATCH li published every Frviay morning, and mailed (it ons dollar a vkab To Clubs, for...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 28 May 1852

the daily dispatch. TO ADVKKTlHKKS.—TbecireulatiuD •f the Dispatch is thsk jm of any other Daily paper in ti« city of Richmond. Il Is therefore greatly superior to any other as a Medium of advertising. HitBMOXP.VA.i Friday Maratag, Ms; itß, IM'2. \jg' Ue must positively request our adver tising friends to send us their advertisements as early as they possibly can. Our advertising is very heavy, and when the.v are received at a late hour they impose a heavy buidenon tbe THE WEEKLY DISPATCH For May 28, is now ready and for sale at this office. It embraces among other articles the following : Editorial.—Mr. McDonald and Justice; Tehuoniepec Treaty , Benjamin Botts acnin; The Committee of Investigation ; Another Diplomat in Hot Water; Twenty-second of May ; Champ I)e Mai; The Waverly Novels; Hon. John Barney and M. De Sartiges; In ternal Improvements; The Hulsemann let ter ; Jenny Lind and her Husband; Impor tant Political Movement; Mr. Wvlftff and M iss Gamble ; Smaller Artiel Miscella...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 28 May 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. FURTHER NEWS BY THE CAMBRIA. In addition to the foreign new a published under our telegraphic head yesterday, we se lect from the copious details in the Northern papers the following : England.—The proceedings of Parliament ate of considerable interest. A motion was made in the House of Commons on Tuesday, inquiring into the svsiein of education pursued at Mavnooth College. An amendment was added to consider the bill to repeal the May nooth College endowment and all other grants for ie!i£iotis instruction. The resolution to abolish the duty on paper newspaper stamp and odveitiseiuent tax, was rejected. The Government intends to send a military force to Australia. The woolen manufacturers are alarmed at the prospect of a deficiency of wool in Au stralia. ... The militia bill was still being discussed in l'aiiiamenf, without any decisive actiou hav ing been attained. TheCrv«tal Palace, which was purchased fir i. ri'.tHKl, is to tie immediately re-erected at Sydenham, ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 28 May 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Virginia Legislature. Thuiud.it, May 27. Bmat«. A bill incorporating a Company to con struct a Railroad to York River, and a bill in corporation the Virginia and Antwerp steam ship Company, panned the Senate to-day. Hou»r of Delegates. The reaolution from the Senate, providing for the execution of a new and accurate map of Virginia, was indefinitely postponed—ayea 62, noes 46. The following House bills were passed to day : Incorporating the Bank of Marion, in Smythe county—Concerning the Bonds of Sheriffs and other collectora of taxes (the amount of bomla to be not less than $30,000, nor more than $90,000) —And a hill athorising the Piltsylvnnia and Lynchburg Turnpike Company to convert their turnpike into a plank road, and to extend the same. Also, the following Senate billa : Authoris ing the establishment of a branch of one of the banks of Virginia in West Columbia, Mason county—To incorporate the Union Savings Bank of the city of Richmond—To incorpo rate the H...

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. — 29 May 1852

VOL. 2-NO 189 fTTi.' DAII.Y dispatch a. COWA.RDIN, Proprietor. Hl uH K.i t Editor. r*-f' TKKMS OK ADVERTISING. , '.ortinn*o SO 1 1 square, 1 month 94 00 * om 075 1 do a months 700 1 a , V do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 a , vt.n k 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 J rfo iw< «'k» 2 75|1 do 1 year 30 00 * (>.v,r..ur.:CHtions are charged at the same rtisemcnu. jy' v iir.c t or less nr.kt a sq\Art; longer ad )" exact proportion, and payable tn ad- X( .. T .»nh''mt>nt* Inserted once a week.twice •* 1 *, t ' n timet a week, will be SO '? ' " :r *'" f - rs! insertion, and 37i cents tor each Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cents; Fu !JS „>a cent? , Deaths, without obituary or ' «-*-*'• uiv.uson, 1-i cents. ' The oailv Dispatch" is served to subscribers • I ii.- ana quarter rents per veek. payable to the M rrt«r J I,r - ce m aihcg, $4 a year In ad vso»*. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH I, pabi.sn.d every Friday morning, and mailed f,r o>k doll as. a YBAK ToClubs. for $5 sixco p>s; for »Hi thirteen copie...

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 May 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. jy TO ADVJSKTIKKK«.~TbecircuiaUon •f the Dispatch ia thrik nana u large a* that of an* other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. It ta therefore greatly superior to my other aa a ■edium of advertising. WtHJIONH, TA. i Saturday Morning, May 29, ISS2. . pr We must positively request our adver tising friends to send ua their n&reriiaemeatß as early as they possibly can. Out advertising ia very heavy, and when they are received at a late hour they impose a heavy buiden on the printer. ON DIT—THEY SAY. \ Lady Teazle. Sir Peter is such an enemy to scandal, I believe he would have it put down bv act of Parliament. Sir Peter. Foregad, Madam, if they consi dered sporting with reputations of as much consequence as poaching on manors, and passed an act for «&e preservation of fame, they would find manv 'o thank them for the bill. LaJv SneerwelJ, O, lud! Sir Peter Would us of our privileges. Sir P. Yes, Madam! and none should then have the liberty to kill characters...

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 May 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. From Anttralia The Panama Herald of the 4th inst. lav a that the Brit.sh bark Anne Melhuis arrived at Valparaiso on the Bth ult. from Sidney in 41 dav*. . , ... The production of gold is Mill on the increase. Tirr weekly mail from the mining districts, with a government escort had arrived, ana the gold received at the treasury was as follows:— From Turon 1852 oz ; Ophir 9*2 oz.; Bathurst ;$$ oz. Other arrivals by the regular mail during the same week amounted to 891 ounces. The Tdron mines are exhausted and lame points are now entirely deserted by the numer als discoveries recently made in other points. I he colony of Adelaide was becoming depopu lated from rntigmiion to the mines. A petition was incourse of signature praying the (internment to interfere by assaying the pcld dust which had found it* way'into the nvirkef, and permitting it to be received in pay ment for land taxes. (I .! to the xalueof jC">0,000 was in market, and was louud to be wholly unmerchant...

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. — 29 May 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Virginia Legislature. Friday, May 28. Seaatt, A bill providing percussion rifles for a rifle company in the county of Dinwiddie. and • bill authorizing an exchange of arms for the Virginia German Rifles, were rejected lor want of constitutional majorities in their favor. Motions to reconsider keep the bills before tke Senate. A bill providing compensation to jurors was pending at the time the Senate adjourned. House of Delegates. The resolution adopted some days ago by the two Houses, for the election of various of ficers on Saturday, was reconsidered to-day, in the Senate, and' the election of said officers postponed until the extra session in November next. To this postponement the House also agreed to-day. , , . Mr. Bottom called up a bill, and a substi tute therefor, prescribing the duties and regu lating the compensation of the Public Printer. Mr. Patrick moved that the bill and substi tute be referred to the Committee of Courts of Justice; and the House so 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. — 31 May 1852

VOL. 2—NO 190. T HE HAIIV DISPATCH. 7AS A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. Hl tJH K. I'l-KAMVIW, Kilior. cash tkkms OF advertising. I .« «re i insertion $0 50 I 1 square, 1 month 94 00 * "«, rUc.n« 075 , 1 do 2 months 700 , a!i 3 do 100 I do 3 do 10 00 i do * week 175 j 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2 weeks 275 j 1 do 1 year 30 00 1 o rnnnications are charged at the tame Jjfu K rtiae«Ml(. py j r . us or Uf mate a square; longer ad- '.n exact proportion, and payable in ad 'Vj- Ad •rt!#emenU Inserted onee a week, twice ( ; three, times * week, will be «hargcd SO «ents 'or we first insertion, and .17i cents tor each ry Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cents; Fu- MraTnotice* 25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or f f-wral invitation, 12i cents. The "Daily Dispatch"' is served to subscribers at »tr ait! a quarter unit per v>uh, payable to the aarrier weekly- I'rice fer mailing, $4 a year in ad ?>a ze. THE WfcKKLY DISPATCH {i pubi'.s.-ed ev.-ry Friday morninft, and matted fir ox* dollab a year. ToClubs...

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. — 31 May 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ry TO ADVKKTIHBIMI.—TbedreuIatIoB eftfee Dispatch Is tuui times as large as that of any other Daily paper ia the city of Richmond. It la therefore greatly superior to aoy otter as a pwrtlnin °f advertising. RICHMOND. TA.t Mssdsr Msrslsg, Hoy 31, 1859. V\ e must positively request our adver tising friends to send us their advertisements os early as they possibly can. Our advertising ia rery heavy, and when they are received at a late hour they impose a heavy buiden on the printer. COMMODORE STOCKTON. We return our thanks to tnis gentlemsn for ft copy of his speech on Harbor defences, which he was kind enough to send us. The occasion upon which this speech was delivered was the following : In 1842, Congress passed an act authorizing the Secretary of the Navy to contract with _ .Robert L. Stevens of New York, a gentleman of most eminent skill as a nautical construc tor, for the tuilding of a war steamer, shot ond shell proof, piincipally of iron, and appro priated t...

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. — 31 May 1852

"the latest news detention of the cars. The Northern mail train did not arrive until a [ate hour la-t night. The detention was caused by the breaking ol a driving wheel of the engine, at .Milford. The locomotive "Eclipse" otarted at 15 minutes alter seven, to bring du* n the train. THE CAMBRIA AT BOSTON. One Pay l-atcr from Europe— Telegraphed from lAtndon. Boston Mbv *28.—The Royal Mail Steam er Cambria, Capt. Leiteh, from Liverpool, May jsth via Halifax the 261h, airived at her wharf at Fast Boston,at so'clock this morning. Annext d is the latest news received by tele graph just previous to the sailing of the Cam bria. . K>gi »m>.—roreign exchanges present very little alti'Mtion from yesterday.? The accounts from Hamburg report exchange on London stesdv. Frame.—letters from Paris report the mil itarv fetes as having been brought to a close i,\ a giaud liatit|iiei at tin' Kcoie Mililaire.— The banquet was served to the officers of the arn v, .it the personal invitation of the...

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. — 31 May 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Virginia Legislature. Saturday, May 29. Heaate. The proceedings of the Senate were devoid of general interest to day. The bills passed were either of a local ot unimportant character. Hosse of Delegates. The House having reconsidered the rote agreeing to the resolution from the Senate post poning the election of officers by the joint vote of the two Houses, the question of agreeing to the Senate's resolution was agaiu submitted to the House, and the House again concurred in the resolution for postponing said elections un til the extra session in November next —Ayes 66, noes 55. _ Mr. Taliaferro, from the majority of the Com mittee of Courts of Justice, made a report on the case of Jordan Hatcher anJ the communi cations of the Executive in relation to the com mutation of the punishment of said Hatcher. The Committee recommend that the House adopt the following resolution : Retolred, That while this House respectful ly, but distinctly dissents from the doctrines ex ...

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. — 1 June 1852

vol*-Nom. fIE nAILY DISPATCH ' f COW ARDIN. Proprietor. I «ri:n Krr»,KA»ANT*, Edli.r. i-il TKHMS OK ADVERTISING. 1 '-«.rt!»nso so I 1 square. 1 month #4 00 ,;p r *joa» 075 j 1 do j™ 0 ?* ,! d" V ICO 1 do 3 do 10 00 io n 175)1 do 6 do 1600 io ' 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 L Attentions are charged at the same .tin.-raento. or I'tt make. a tqn&n; longer ad- IB exact proportion, and payable in ad -.'iemer.U inserted once a week.twice E* \ lH .times * will be charged 50 " ! IhVsirst insertion, and 47J cents for each t v atr? notices inserted for S5 cents; Fu ll* s 3 edits, Deaths, without obituary or ,ri ' r V n, .'it cents Dispatch" is served to subscribers ! rL-rv rents per week, payable to the Jy* Price f«r mailing, #4 a year in ad- THK WhKKI.Y DISPATCH d .>very Friday morning, and mailed ; V a'vkah To Clubs" for 65 sixco fo thirteen copies; for Sls twenty co i jo twenty-seven copiea. fSf = Ml-V DISPATCH. WilV's Blast ii|{a«n»t Tobacco. .-e the corner from morning to night, lis smo...

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. — 1 June 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rw TO ADTBETniMUTkctlmliUoi .tibe DwrATOM to nui timw a* liriiutM 4 ®f an* other Daily paper in the city of Kl«iion2 It to OMrefore greatly superior to njotlK »• I BMittTr- of adverttetnt. : RICHMOND, YA. t Tiwtoy Msralng, JiMl, 1943. fy We mutt positively request our adver tieiag friends to aeod us their advertisement* as early a* they possibly can. Our advertising is very heavy, and when they are received at a fete hour they imposes heavy but den on the -printer. ARTI SLAVERY AGITATION. There seems to be no end to the expedients which the fenMics of the North are determined to resort to, to disturb the peace of the coun try, and produce, if they possibly can, the dis solution of the Union. Having failed in thia generation, they are bending their efforts to poison the minds of those who are to come, white they are yet too young to ba conacioua of the dsngerous doctrines to which they are «o be committed. A more hateful execrable plot against the happiness and sa...

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 June 1852

the LATEST NEWg. further re»s by the arctic. The Asia arrived at Liverpool on the evening of Saturday, the 15th instant. In the House of Commons, on Monday, the Colonial Secretary stated that the Govern ment was devising mean* for abiding: the (tarring Highlander* and distressed hand-loom wraveiK ol?<ciitl«nd to emigrate. The Lord lieutenant of Ireland ha<} refused to countenance the petition in favor of the re lease of Smith O'Brien. On the 16th inst.. the village of Maria, in Cambridgeshire, was nearly destroyed by The weather in Ireland and Englaud has been extremely favorable for good crops. The census of France has been published, an<i shows the whole population to be 35,781, 625. It is rumored in Paris that tfie Minister of Police has been vested with discretionary power over ail foreigners in France. Georgy's book on the Hungarian war lus been suppressed by Austria. The premium on gold is rising alarmingly urCV-nstantinople. new coins of 100 piasters being current at...

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 June 1852

Monday, Mar 31. Tire preamble and resolutions from the House providing for the presentation to Con- Ureas of a petition to secure for the officer* and men of the Petersburg Volunteers pay and emolument* for aervicea rendered by them in the war of 1812, was agreeJ to. The bill lor the relief of John K. Martin, Adm'rof Elijah Brown was laid on the tables and subaequently Mr. Stovall, from the Committee of Finance, reported a joint resolution instructing the Attorney General to take an appeal from tbe judgment of the Circuit Superior Court ol Richmond in favor of said Martin as Adm'rof said Brown, to the Court of Appeals. On motion of Mr. Kee, the House reconsi dered the vote of Saturday, adopting a resolu tion for the appointment of a Special Commit tee on the Armory; and the question on the adoption of the resolution being again snbinit _ted, the House rejected the resolution appoint ing said committee. ... , . , A bill from the Senate, providing Tor the cot lection of State Revenues...

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. — 2 June 1852

VOL. 2--NO 192. ThK DAILY DISPATCH "tar A. COWAIRDIN, Proprietor. ar«H k7 I'LKANANTS, Editor, terms of advertising. 1 „ ,*-• • i'ui'rtioniO r>o I 1 square, 1 month 84 00 { iqJ v j insertions 075 1 do 2months 700 , " do 100 1 do A do 10 00 , T, 1 week I 75! 1 do 6 do 16 00 J jv- t'ki 2 75! 1 do 1 year 30 00 * i"sminumcations are charged at the samp as advertisements. 7. -j ;•;*» <»r less make a square; longer ad ** a* a u u exact proportion, and payable in ad- Advertisements inserted once a week, twice * week. or three times * week, will be charged SO efl - ti r the first insertion, and 37 i cents lor each * 3 Cr Marriage notices inserted for 25 cents; Fu notices S5 cents. Deaths, without obituary or f snsrai invitation, lvli cents. X-. •• Dail* Dispatch is served to subscribers *tri a <i 'j-arur cents per tetek, payable to the «»rrfer w- • kiy Price for mailing, $4 a yearin ad »»nee THK WBKMiY DISPATCH i, rir fr d every Friday morning, and mailed f ,rcsr. r illab a vrab. To...

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. — 2 June 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. qr TO ADVKRTlßKßß.~Theatre«]atSas •f «»« Dtsr atch is nui tikii as lane as that of an* other Daily paper la the city of Richmond. It ia therefore greatly superior to say other as a Me Hum of advertiaisc. Richmond, va.» Wsiaesfay Msraiig, Jaiel, 1852. _ jBT \\ e moat positively requeat our adver tieiag friends to send us their advertisements •a early aa they poaaibly can. Our advertiaing ia very heavy, and when they are received at a fate hour they impose a heavy buiden on the printer. THE FOREIGN NEWS. We give copious extracts to-day from the foreign journala. The most interesting items •re the supposed agreement of the heuds of the Holy Alliance (blasphemously so called) <o enforce the treatiea of 1814-' IS, when they had all Europe under their feet. We are dis posed to think they will find thia rather a dif ficultjob, iadeed, so far as France for whom the measure ia intended is concerned, quite impracticable. It was easy enough to do it in 1814, just after F...

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. — 2 June 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. New Yors Items.—ln New York, taut Sim/ dav morning, a man, named Robert Barney, slabbed another, named Jam's Black, with a knife, in the«tom«ch, inflicting, as is thought, a fatal wound; and another, named Sunnan, struck Jame* Dunty a blow on the head with a heavy piece of wood, which felled him to the pround and fractured his skull to such an ei tcnt «* will probably cause his death. On Sunday night. a party of men got into a gene ral row in a porter house, and three of the num ber were shot, receiving dangerous, probably fatal, wounds. Preparations for the Convention.—A great meeting of the Democracy was held in Monument Square, Baltimore, on Monday night. Col. Thompson and Messrs. McMuilin ami Rosier, of Virginia, were among the speak ers- Congress.—The Senate on Monday passeu the Deficiency Bill as amended by the inser tion of umny additional items of appropriation. Both Houses have taken a recess, in order that members may have un opportunity of at tending the ...

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