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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 14 June 1852

FJUD4T. ~ Senate.—Mr. Dawson presented the creden tials of ihe Hoa. Robert M. Charlton, Senator appointed by the governor of Geoigia to fill the meaner occasioned by the resignation of <he Hon. J. M. Berrien. The private calendar wu poatponed till one o'clock. Mr- Hunter reported back the navy and the invalid penaion appropriation bills, and they were considered and passed. A bill regulating the payment of awards un der the commission to examine claims under tbe treaty with Brazil was reported, taken up, anrfpassed. The bill granting further remedies to paten tees was taken up and after amendment, was further postponed. Mr. Atchison then moved the private calen dar be postponed for an executive session, and, after debate, the motion was agreed to. House of Representatives.—Tbe House fused to lay upon the table the motion to re consider the vote by which, on yesterday, tha bill granting the right of way and a donation of public lands to aid in the construction of -railroads io Flo...

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. — 15 June 1852

VOL 2--N0 203 fHK DAILY DISPATCH lAS A. COWA.RDIN, Proprietor. HCGH PLEASANTS, Editor. <*A«H TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 «cc»r*. 1 insertion 80 50 | 1 square, 1 month *4 00 ■; 11 '2 insertions 075 j I do 2 months 700 \ t 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 , j i 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 { 2 weeks 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 par CsnimuEic.tioni are charged at the same ** advertisements. ry Tf> li-im or lesn make a »?ttart; longer ad in exact proportion, and payable in ad- Advertisements Inserted once a week,twice « iwk or three times a we#*, will be shared SO tents for the tir»t insertion, and 37$ cents tor eacd aoct.nuance. ry Mnrriage notices inserted for 25 cents; Fu oeriJ notices via cents; Deaths, without obituary or • invitation. 12i cents. The •' Daily Dispatch" is served to subscribers tt r.T a\d a quarter c-enu per »eek, payable to the carrier weekly. Price for mailing, #4 a year in a-% tub weekly dispatch I. published every Friday morning, and mailed f r ONE DOLLAR A YSCAB To CLUBS,...

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. — 15 June 1852

the daily dispatch. *WTO ADVKKTIHBaS—TWrWBIeIio* mttSu Dmpatch ia nui Tins attane aa that 5 „T oth« Daily paper ia the el* efrfcbmood. Itt.therefore greatly aapertor to another asa | MI M — of advertiatny. Richmond, TA.I TMslax Msntsi, JuslSi 1853. ' THE NEW TAX ACT. We observe that the 'Peterabnrg Intelligen cer has already broken < ground against this Most oppressive law—a law which aeema to have bad ■ in view no other object than that of rea trio ling trade, and crippling, aa far aa possi ble, tbe business of tbe towns. It is the least creditable legislation, to thoae concerned in it, that iit have ever known. It ia a confeaaion, on the part of membera, that while the coffers of tbe State undoubtedly need replenishing, tbey are afraid to tax their ownaonatitue nta for that purpose. They, therefore, fall withoot mercy on the towna, which being unable to re sist, must of course bear the burthen. There ia a district of country in Mexico, spoken of by Ruxton, the inhabitant of whi...

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. — 15 June 1852

THb LATEST NKWe. "FURTHER CALIFORNIA NEWS. BT THK STKAMKR ILLINOIS. The steamship Illinois brought f1,868,1tt . o | t ) just, of w hieh 500,000 were in the hud. !Ir oacsepgert. The Inreest consignment w.. to * Co.. $445,755. We notice among the deaths at Sacramento the na" ie nl, Thompson of Virginia. THK CHtMiSK DIFFICULTIES. The principal feature of the uewa i. relative , 0 ilie difficulties between the native miner. tad Chinese,in relmiou to which the Alt. C. lil'ornia, ot the latest date, remaka: The excitement in many pans of the mines, in opposition to Chinese labor among our mountains, is evidently on the increase. Mass meetings have been held at the North and Sou'li. corresponding committee, appointed, and. i» general, steps taken to clear the entire mining 'legions of the Celestials. From statistics carefully prepared, it appears ll.at il:e number of the Chinese population may letdown in round numbers at 12,000. Of the>e. «even only aio women. In addition to tni*. large ...

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. — 15 June 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH LATER FROM MEXICO. By the arrival of the brig Sefino, we have iece'veJ papers from the citr of Mexico to the I9tb and Jatapa to the 33d ult. The Monitor KepuMicano publishes the fol lowing important decree: Mariano Arista, President of the United Mex ican States, to the inhabitants of the Repub lic; the Geueral Congress has decreed aa follows : Art. I. The Government will conclude a contract, or promote the formation of a com ply, *ho, preferring natives in all cases, or of foreigner*, or of both, for the opening, by canal, railroad or wagoAroad, of u line of communication between fte Atlantic and Pa cific oceans, bjr the isthmus of Tehuantepec. The Government shall not have the power to execute any contract, unless it be previously approved ty the General Congress. Alt. 2. The Government, in exercising the powers conceded to it by the previous srticle, •ball be bound by the following conditions : 1. That the contract shall contain no clause which may favor, by th...

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. — 16 June 1852

VOL. 2—NO 204 THE daily dispatch V|R a. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH K. ITKAHANTS, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. insertion $0 50 I 1 square, 1 month $1 00 7 Z 2 insertions 075 1 do 2tnon»hs 700 iin 3 do 100 1 do 3 do iO 00 I we.* 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2 weeks 2 75) 1 do 1 year 30 00 j-y ommunicatioM are charged at the same r» 7*m advertisements. rsr TVs or k*s a iqvjtr*; longer ad —ir.ft.u n exact proportion, and payable in ad idvertifeinents inserted onee a week, twice , wt**. or three times a wowk, will b* «har(~<d SO ogr,:t tor the tir«t insertion, and 37J cents tor eacb •oaunusaee. ry* Marriage r.otiees inserted for 25 cents; Fu ,o-2; notices 25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or f gcersi invitation, 12i cents. Toe " Pailt Dispatch" is serred to subscribers ,1 m c-iG a c<-4rier tmtt per vttk, payable to the carrier wtikly. Price for mailing, 9-1 a year in ad the weekly dispatch I 4 ..iib-shod every Friday morning, and mailed f>r oxs cc-las 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. — 16 June 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. «r% fhsFATCH is TUU TiKis islam as that Wt say other Dally paper (a tfceeity of fiehmond. It Is therefore greatly superior to aaj other as a ■niton of advertlsta*. 11CHWOWP. ▼ A.i Wetaootfajr Msrslsg, Jiss 11,11 THE NEW TAX BILL. propose to notice some few of the fea ts res by which this masterpiece of Legislation it distinguished. AH salaries, with the exception of those at tached to the offices of Governor and Judge, are to be taxed the fourth part of one per cent, (that is 25 cents for every hundred dol lars) if they exceed $10>) per annum. If tbey exceed $850, 50 cents for evei7 $100 sbove that sum. If tbey exceed $500, 75 cents for every $100 above that sum. If sbove $1000, $1 for every $100 over. The Governor, who receives a salary of $5,000 pays no tax on his income; the Judges of the Court of Appeals, who receive $3000, ere likewise exempt •, but the youth just commencing business, with a salary of $fioo, pays s tax on his hatd earned wages of $3.75! I...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 16 June 1852

°the latest news. * 1 —Whig Nominee.—The Baltimore cor- of ihe National Intelligencer thus speculates: There seems at present to be a very strong (fUne in favor of Mr. Webster; and, in caae *1 friends of Mr. Fillmore and Gen. Scott cannot agree, his ehances of success are ex ceedisgl* flattering. For one, I should be nlfifeS to *«*e the giant intellect of Daniel Webster elevated to the highest position of honor that the world affords. The Republic correspondent says: >Ir. Fillmore ia atill the first choice of Ma. rtiand, and Mr. Webster the second choice.— the Whig ladies are unanimous for Fillmore, an ,] will make some strong demonstrations ; n his favor, prior to the nomination. Fatal Accident.—We learn from the Staunton Vindicator, that Mr. Elias Strns barg, <>f Augusta county, while engaged, last Thursday, in removing n stable, accidental ly fe'l head foremost, from the height of about ten feet, and was so badly injured as to cause his dfath the following dnv. No bonea ...

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. — 16 June 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH cotroitESS—Norau. Suatk.—The Chair laid before Um Senate ■ communication from the Secretary of the Treaaury, in reply to absolution of the Sen ate calling for information concerning the prac tiaabilitv and coat of constructing a ahip canal •cross the peninsula of Florida. Mr. Seward presented the resolutions of the New York Chamber of Commerce, isf*>tr of reciprocal trade with Canada, free navigation of the St. Lawrence, 4tc,; and t The reeolation directing a select committee to Mwnire into the expediency of purchssing Cat lin • collection of Indian portraits, St c. The bill granting further remedies to paten lees, was taken up and debated. Hours or Representatives—'The House look op the bill granting lands to all the States, and equalizing such donations—the new States to appropriate their quota for railroad*, and the •Id to educational purposes. A motion to lay the bill upon the table was made, but did not prevail, and further proceed ings upon the subje-l we...

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. — 17 June 1852

VOL. 8-NO 205 the daily dispatch JAS. A. COWA.RDIN, Proprietor. HItJH E. PLBASANTS, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. I seaare* 1 insertion «0 50 | 1 square, 1 month« 400 i do Siaserttaßa 075 ( 1 do imonths tOO 3 do ICO 1 do a do 10 00 \ So 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 \ ;j 0 2 weeks 8 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 rjf communications are charged at the same ra M lOTKruiiiuuiiMi. ry Tr% lintt or less makg a tqumr*; longer ad w Elements in exact proportion, and payable in ad "ry Advertisements Inserted once a week, twice a week, or throe times • week, will be 50 ter.u for tbe first insertion, and 37i cenu tor eacb aonunuance. ry M&rrisfe notices inserted for 25 cents; Fu ns r»T notices 25 cent*; Deaths, without obituary or f a u-ral invitation. 12J cents. The " Daslt Dispatch" is serred to subscribers at rii a-.d a quarter unit per *>eek, payable to the aarrier weekly. Price fw mailing, 94 ayearln ad t»ne>«. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH I, pribiishud every Friday morning, and mailed f ONK d...

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. — 17 June 1852

Tire DAILY DISPATCH. TSnS'jLyrMMfiwrtMi -tUbM* s »ieft !»>♦ TA.I ~ iigi—m J«>t it, i«aa. the southern PLANTER-HAR VEST, fee. Mr. Bernard sent as in the Jane No. of the Planter two days i{o. We »« happy to an that k gives no indication of flagging "»>«■ c »" mr of useful n©sa, unlike many jouroala which atart off like quarter saga, and braak down be- fore they are well clear of the starting post.— % Mr. Ruffin, however, begins to complain, al ready, of the foiling off among those contribu tors who thus for have offered him so much valuable information. Thia inconvenience, we arediapoaed to think, will be of a charac ter merely temporary, and we have no doubt it will be well aupplied in the interim, by the editor'sown induatry. There are thousands of thinga connected with farming and planting, which ha has not yet touched npon, with re gard to which no man haa a better right to "lay down the law." Everything connected with the form—from pitching a crop of wheat or to bacco, 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. — 17 June 1852

THE LATEST NEWS 1 ** *** ifm | I PerramWco.— itiifw Feper. u .n arrival "tN. York we have date# from r mhuco lo (he Bth ult. The Yellow Fe- out wiih the most fatal reaulta. V % blk h.»Vn established at Pernambu w„h a capital of one millien of mtllreaa, to bTdonbled if oeceaaary. i if(i»ciion of anchorage du*a on vessels foreign voyage. (mm WO to 300 reala per Z i»ke« Place on and after Ist of July next.- s7 rf rai reaaet* have recently been 6ned for ron delivery ot letter* and to avoid trouble, captain* should deliver all their letters to the boarding officer on arrival Flour wa* in moderate demand at $14 a $17 per bt>l for Philadelphia and Baltimore brand*. Hides are firm at 105 reals per lb. Dcath or John Randolph's Body Skr VINT , We learn from the Troy (Ohio) Timed that John, the faithful body servant of the late John Randolph, ol Virgiuia, died near that place recently, and was buried on the groundM of the Randolph Colony, un Stillwater, in jHisiiii county. John went to Ohio...

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. — 17 June 1852

THlt DAILY DISPATCH CMiMl*t «fce PhuMl. WashiKoton, June 15,1852. Quite an animated and exciting debate wnM mp in the House am yaalaiday. Mr. liMij>,<fTiniiiii, bad the floor from Sat- v wad M being general ly known that be would rajM? to the speech of Mr. Stanly, (be lobbies and floor of lha Boone were crowded with Whir delegates, who, for •eveml days pa»(, Have been here is great numbers. Mr. Gentry's speech was marked with much •biUly; be ia one of (be moat accomplished debaters in Congress. Great sensation waa produced by bit emphatic aod caustic denun * Cfufion of the course of Gen. Scott's friends. If the latter gentleman receives ihe nomina tion, Mr. G. avowed bis purpose to abandon that party, with which lie has for so long a limn uniformly acted. What effect bis remarks may have upon the couree of the Baltimore Convention, it is, amonr ihe multiplicity of opinions afloat, impossible rightly to deter- To-dsr, Mr. Fillmore seems to be the favor ' He, although Gen. Scott...

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. — 18 June 1852

VOL. 2--N0 206. THE DAILY DISPATCH J A3. A. COW ARDIN, Proprietor. arcn n. PLEASANTS, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING, i waare. I insertion »0 50 | 1 square, 1 month *4 00 i la 2 insertions 075 i 1 do 2 months 700 5 di 3 do 100 1 do i do 10 00 j do 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 i do 2 weeks 3 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 ry Communications are charged at the same tttZu* advertisements. ry 7V* lines or U-rt m&kt « tqi,nrtj longer ad- in exact proportion, and payable in «d --?4jry* Advertisements Inserted once a week,twice a or three times a week, will be ihargsd SO aar.w for the first insertion, and X7i cents tor each continuance. ry Marriage notices inserted for 25 cents; Fu !#r»i notices 35 cents; Deaths, without obituary or !»n«ral invitation. 12i cents. The " Daily Dispatch" is served to subscribers 4 tit and a quarter ceitf* par vuk, payable to the 4 Tier weekly Price for'mailing, 94 a year in ad ir.se. THB WEEKLY DISPATCH ■j published every Friday morning, ar.d mailed fir ONE DOLL...

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. — 18 June 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ■s==s» i, ... — — n rarTO A®VKKTIt!!BKB.—'The circulation •f the Dispatch is Ttnuui rnua as large as that of snyotber Dally paper ia the city of Kfehmoad. It to therefore greatly superior to any atfcsr as a —itfrim of advertising. KICHWONP. ▼ A.. Friday Xsraiif, Jane 18, 1839. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH, For Friday, June 18, U now ready, and for aale at this office. Among ita contents are the following articles: Editorial.-—Tht Fourteenth of June j Pasta and Malibran ; Louis Napoleon and the Holy Alliance; Ratification Meetings; : Fracas; Monkies vs. Men; the New Tax Bill, two articles; Mr. Meagher, the Exile; the Wheeling Bridge Case; the Danville Rail road ; the Southern Planter; the Harvest; Lu igi Elena; the Huguenot Springs; Smaller Articles. Mitcellantout —Story of the .Surrender of Cornwallis, by Lisut. Chub; Description of the Best Mode of Harvesting ; Proceedings of the Whig National Convention; Report of the Trial of P. B. Hoge, for Robbing the United States M...

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. — 18 June 1852

THE LA.TEBfr NEWS =SXTIOSAI. WHIG CONVENTION. MUST D#Y. Wednesday, June 16. At ten minut s before Jtwelve o'clock, Mr. Geo. C Morf an, of Maryland, arose and was about to call the Convention to order, when Mr. frimeon Draper, of New York, rapidly called the Coaveation to order, and moved its oreanitation by naming tbe Hon. Geo. Evans, of Maine, as President pro tempore. The question was taken on this motion, and Mr. Draper announced that it bad been carried. Mr. Evans, on taking the chair, made an ap propriate address. Messrs. Upton, of Louisiana, and Bryan, of South Carolina, were appointed Secretaries, On motion ol M;«.Brodhead, of Missouri, it was resolved to appoint one from each Slate, to be selected by t». J delegations from each Slate, to act as a Committee to report perma nent officer* tor the Convention. Mr. Sevier, of Louisiana, protested against the Convention bavin,: been called together before the hour of:X?. .Notwithstanding this appeal of Mr. Sevier, the resolution fo...

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. — 18 June 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. BICHHOM> markets. Jkr tfe we*M ending TkurnUf Evening, Jm*t 17. [CtftnUT COaKBCTED.) CACON U • tract on lower, but very Arm at the *dh,e. Virginia cured, hog round, llf cents; a»r rt'rtitm and Baltimore Side* 10) to 11 eU; SknvKfrr* 9) to 9} eta; Hams 13 to 14, and acarce. UTrt* U in good We quote rirkin 23 «»S5 cts jxt lb.; freab Roil 25 to 30; Goabeo 25 eta. BEKSWAX —22 a 23 eta. per lb.—with small re mUi no changn. COTTON AND COTTON YARNS.—The trade to Cotton here ia limited. The quotation* are 9} sto Cotton Yarns 17 eta per lb. WFEE—OId Java 11} to 12) ; Laguayra 9) to W; Kio 9) to 10 eta; Cape 8) a 9) cts; Manilla »2) CANDLES—TaUow 10) all); Hull's patent 13; fcuin 43 a 45, Adamantine 22) a 27). Jackson's prtant 12). COAL—IO cents on board (or good mixed, fine mi lamp; Bto 9 cents for blacksmith's coal. CORN ia acarce and much wanted. Small parcels wtmuror!ng6sto 70 cents. CORN MEAL—7O-to 75 cents per bushel. FLOUR—Last sales of Scott* villc an...

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. — 19 June 1852

VOL. 2--N0 207. r |J £j)AILY dispatch jas A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. urt:H R. PL.RASANTS, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ! ,« .re 1 insertion #0 50 I 1 square, I month *4 00 ■ 'i , -1 .nsertions 075 I do 2 months 700 \ 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 V, 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 { wreks 2 751 1 do I year 30 00 communication* are charged at the same kvTm advertisements. jy j-f S !ines or Itu make a t quart; longer ad wiuiem«:» in exact proportion, and payable in ad ".y Advertisement* Inserted once a week, twice « «,vk. or three times a week, will be charged SO «ar,ts for itc firet insertion, and 37f cents tor each r ry* Marriage noticcs Inserted for 25 cents; Fu ceraTnc'tice* iScenu, Deaths, without obituary or f invitation, 12* cenu. The " Daily Dispatch" is served to subscribers t l iii sid a quarter cents per week, payable to the M rrier weekly. Price fer mailing, #4 a year in ad vsa*e. THE WKKHLY DISPATCII I. } n:b:ith<?d every Friday morning, and mailed f,t o.vs dollar a year. ...

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. — 19 June 1852

the daily dispatch. C^^AUVKKTl»KK» r j i «^cu.«o» ft it greatly •uperior I J RICHMOND.- VA « "ThE CkitvAUbk TfctffcMAMrTAr HOME. The Vienna correspondent of the New lork Herald communicates the follow,og singular remarks, extracted frou> La J retie, an Aus trian Ministerial Journal, published in that «lfit is allowed, on the other side of the • reat ocean, to be not only a common fool, but flw cue, it arises from the fact that the^primeval wilderness .s so near and the world so tar. 1 here is still room enough in .he forests of North America for fools of all kinds; and even if a number run about before the woods and turn political suui "rsets it's not at all dangerous. It doesn't disturb "Brother Jonathan" in the least. Thus Austria could have quietly laughed as the foolish Kossuth enthusiasm raged in the Uni ted States. Whether Jenny Lind, Lola Mon tez, or Louis Kossuth amuses the people over there, mav be quite the same to our govern ment. They are all after the dollars ; but 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. — 19 June 1852

the latest news. |-y For Proceedings ol the Whig National Convention, see first page. The Am in of Mb. MoMuuie* —The fol ;,,wing is another version of the affair between r , >|rMullen ai d Mr. riteworth. We find it in the Baltimore Sun. We are informed that Mr. McMulleu had occupied « feat in the train from New Vork, stid at one ot the Mopping places had tempo rarily left it lor a moment, taking carr, how ever, to let his umbrella remain at the spot.— On returning he found the sent occupied by a . en t!eman and lady, and not knowing that the* w< n> > n company, or in any way connect* ed,"he informed ihat gentlenunihat it was hia •eai, and asked that, so tar as the gentleman w as concerned, it khould be given to him.— This wi'S positively refused, and on the matter approaching a serious aspect, the Indy left her peat ami took another opposite,which was th< n tendered her. But it being in no wise the dis position or intention of Mr. McM. to withhold His scat from a lady...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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