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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 19 June 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH THE CHINESE IN CALIFORNIA. The following extract from the Sao Fran ciace correspondence of the New York Cou rier, places the exemplary conduct of the peo ple in a strong light. The Lynchers about the mine* had better ceaae to persecute them, and strive to imitate their virtues. It ia deplo rable that aucb a lawless aet of scoundrels, should ha v* in their handa the destinies of ibe Eastern trade : "They certainly make a valuable class of citixenal Out of twelve thousand or more, who are now in California, we have yet to see the first drunkard, gambler or pauper. I here has not been a single arrest among them for any crime. There has not been an application at any hospital. Thev never fight or get up a diaturbance, except when entrenched upon by their disorderly christian neighbors, while they pa- heir taxes and duties cheerfully, and ia tome instances have even gotten up hand some subscriptions for the Church. The crimes they are accused of are, in fact, the neces...

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. — 21 June 1852

VOL. 2—NO 208. rue DAILY DISPATCH jAS A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH K. PI.BASANTS, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. • sit*' 1 insertion «0 50 I 1 square, 1 month HOO *do 2 'a*"*™* 075 1 d 0 * 700 i V: 3 do 100 1 do 8 do 10 00 do 1 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 i do 2 w«*>ks 575 j 1 do 1 year 30 00 rf Communications are charged at the same advertisements. r* Ten lines or less make a square; longer ad in exact proportion, and payable In ad ' \-sr Advertisements Inserted once a week, twice a "k. or three times s week, will be charged SO tor the first insertion, and 37$ cents for each joiif.nusnce. r>- notices inserted for 25 cents; Fu- notices 25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or '*n«nu invitation, I2i cents. The " Daily DisiMrcH" is served to subscribers ,1 i« ana a quarter cents per week, payable to the nrrier weekly. Price for mailing, *4 a year In ad vance. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH I, pubdshed every Friday morning, and mailed ;, r o.vk dollar a TUX To Clubs, for ti six co pies; for $10...

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. — 21 June 1852

the daily dispatch. ry TO APTiKTi»m«Biiit mm» ■r <3e Dispatgr t> tun Ttini as Hie as feat of an* other Daily paper in the eity ofllokflwad. Ittatherrfore f ready superior in aifMher aaa MtprHrtlnf. RICHMOND, TA.« Maafcr Maralai, Jaae SI.IUS. A LEADER. it ia Saturday! day l»th Juna; year, one thousand eight buadrad aad fifty-two of grace; hour half past tight ia the morning; place a ▼ery hot room fronting on Governor street#— Editor (solas.) Editor loquitur. This ia a very warm day, and it is Saturday, too. Wo wwer coold do aar thing, of account, on Saturday. It fees not wem to as that it was mada for work. If it was, why bare the scboohnastere new feoad it out! We alwaya found, when wo west to aebool, that they alwaya knew when work ought to be going on. At least they used to know very well when we ought to be at work. Yet they never made us come to school on Sa turday. The reason is plain. Saturday was not made for work. At any rate, we do not mean to work thia bleaaed day. O...

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. — 21 June 1852

the latest news. fy For proceedings of the Whig Conven or! and Foreign News, eeefirer page. r(rr««rs* dfa<>(! «ft** Dlsfttek. DEATH OK YOUMG THOMPSON. FsTKasßcae. June Id, 1854,10 oclock A. M. j Uesrt KMtori:—Young Thompson expired aa knur »ince, pasriog off apparently without pain — , Thus ha* cone one in the prime of manhood, who 'at h»ve been an ornament to our city. Cher- X? his virtues bury his toibles. Montague still , in bis Innocence, but the evidence appears tn be conclusive aa to bis guilt; there cannot be a doubt m to his havtng committed this hoiriU.e mur d< Geo Sharp, of your city, waa arrested here yes tcrdav afternoon, lor a tempting to shoot vounj UtPwsloe He w»s duly cared tor and locked m i'l ' This morning be attempted to liberate him Vf hv cutting through tbe wall, but being over he-rd bv officer Finn, in his operations, was con ducted to a stronger cell, not however, without a otur.lv resistance, coming near severely injuring the officer with » brick. 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. — 21 June 1852

Wait wfewoed naerchaow to think Am with the presant diversion of |aMr /lwa agricultural district* in Australia to the MU.miM* ihera* there em be jpdoeltf the rntpfif of wool from thence will be lessened tot a serious extent; and that it i> not improbable lt*t this will be stierapted to be replaced by swxiag cotton and woolen to a greater extent ■no how exists; and that is a slight degree it asav cause an increased consumption of the fantter staple. Later From Havana. « Charleston, June 18.—The steamer Isabel, Cfcpt. Rollins, bas arrived from Havana, with tMaa from that city to the 15th inst. An arrival at Harbor Island reports the Istsoe Mary, frow New York with a cargo Of ice, wrecked on the Bahama Islands. The Island of Caba wss quiet. K# political or conoidFcitl iwvi of mo* The Augusta Constitutionalist says that on Taesdav, a crop of one hundred and thirty two bales Cotton.classing Fair, belonging to Cel. B. W. Heard of Wilkes county, Ga., was said by Messrs. Dye & Heard ...

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. — 22 June 1852

VOL. 2--NO 209 r;u: 1 >.VILY DISPATCH JA.S. A. COWA.RDIN, Proprietor. Hl tUI K. PLEASANT!*, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 «,'»re 1 insertion SO 50 I 1 tquare, 1 month 64 00 i d*' 2 insertion* 075 , 1 do 2mon»ha 700 1 do 3 do 100 1 do a do 10 00 1 do 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2 wi>ek» si 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 jy Commu:..c*tion« are charged at the same af advertisements. ry Tin lines or Left make a iqvari; longer «d- Ta-tis 'iu'-nu in exact proportion, and payable in ad vance. . j-y Advertisement* Inserted onee a week, twice a week, or three time# « week, will be {harqud 50 «er.r* for the tirnf insertion, and J7i cents tor each continuance. rjf Marriage notices inserted for 25 cents; Fu nariJnotices 25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or f aat ral invitation, 124 cents. The " Daily Dispatch" is served to subscribers it iu tirid a (fMrlrr enitt per truk, payable to the ssrrier weekly Price fer mailing, #4 a year in ad vanse. the weekly dispatch !< pnbuthed every ...

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. — 22 June 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH^] a the DtVATca k tm** w® ™ * M t other hi ariiaay wwilor >» mmmmt •• »dr'rt3rtn,. EICHWOWD . V A.i TH(4tr M«rali|, JimM, 1889. THE TWO CONVENTIONS. Whatever may be thought by tbe heated members of either great political party, the calm and reflecting mind maat draw from the proceedings of both, auguries most favorable to tbe indefinite eiiatence of our Union, and the equally indefinite series of blessings which we derive from it. Tbe great ma*im of Tbo mas Jefferson with regard to this government, that it is the strongest in the world, becomes every day clearer to the perception of even the leaat reflecting. In Europe it is found necea aary to muzzle the preas in order to preserve order, and to prevent anarchy blood abed- Not so in this country. The press mav say what it pleaaes-it may, from day to day, denounce the men and the mea sures which control the government for the time being-it may even bring those men and those measures into utter contempt with all ...

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. — 22 June 1852

THE LATEST NEWS WHIG NATIONAL CUNVBNTKHT, FOCHTR DAT. Saturday, June 19. We have received a detailed account of the proceedings of this day, during which there were twenty five balloting* and find that the morning session was characterized by nothing beyond the balloting! of any special moment. At the commencement of the evening session Mr. Call of Florida, read, for information, th* following resolutions: Reared, That we th« delegates of the Whi* party in Convent-on -ssembled, do herebv pledge ourselves to each other and the couri trv, to support, in good faith, whoever may be nominated as the candidate for President and Vice President by the Convention, provided they occupy substantially the platform adorned |»y this Convention. ' Rcsoitrd further, That this Convention will not strain adjourn, except for the observsnce of tlie Hoiy Sabbath, until nominal,ons for Pre sident sod Vice President shall be made. Retolred further, That if no candidate shall receive a majority of the elec...

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. — 22 June 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH IhuTM OF a Tigrh Hunter.—We an ■MMM* «gretthe death of Captain C. *"*"?» ®J Hw Maje«ly'a 98th regiment, and Wwuandin* the convalescent depot at Muree, •**' 'he following dintreaeing and warning •wrumstunces:—On the 30th of last month, Colby went out tiger shooting at the foot " hillaoo which the Muree depot is aitu ••a. and having come upon a large inale tiger at and wounded him, aa h? supposed, ■oitally. Upon thia he drew near with bia aieptoant, a ad, deaceuding, approached the ani ■y, which lay to all appearance dead, but ywtch, on his coming close to it, sprang upon M»»nd mutilated him dreadfully. He was ■ ataeoed by the Mahouta and other natives of Ae shooting party, tome of whom immediately ■tnnedfor Rawul Pindee to give information «Tthe occurrence, on receipt of which two me 4ml officers at once mounted an elephant and ■■paired to the scene of the accident, which Aejr reached early the next morning. They flMad Captain Colby dreadfully wounjed,at& jiHge...

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. — 23 June 1852

JIL. j - I I A — W aiMm M VOL g-Nono. HlB iniLY DISPATCH YaS. cow ARDIN, Proprietor. HI GH K. PLEASANTS, Bdltwr. ... tvkMS of advkrtising. CA SO 50 | 1 square, I month 14 00 5 *«uare, 1 n • Q-5 j jo Smon*hs 700 1 f s do IMI do 3 do 10 00 1 1° i w.rk 1 751 1 do 6 do 1« 00 } f 0 llZu 3 7511 do HO 00 1 Jr CoV.m.-.tv.cti. ns are charged at the same maka a tenant longer ad m exact proportion, and payable in ad "rsr Inserted " thrse time* a week. will be .sharped SO the first insertion, and 37* cenu tor each notice* Inserted for 25 cent*; Fu ■r. xace* S cent*. Deaths, without obituary or '.nvitation, 12* c'-nte. ' r», - iuilv Dispatch" Is served to subscribers •i-fid o<, iuarttr rcr.is per treek, payable to the lirrter w. :kij. Price for mailing, 54 a year in ad nose. ____________ VHE WEEKLY DISPATCH i ah fo-i every Friday morning, and mailed pou-A* A vkas. To CLCifs, for $5 sixco [L. for* 0 thirteen copies; for 815 twenty oo gt,'■ «-Vtwenty-aeven copies, r ' rHE DAILY DISPATCH. bull a...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 23 June 1852

Trite daily PKBffflGfT. ar re amvmhh—> 1 •r t£s Dismtcb l> nm ram astar*«att4« WA* of adverSslar. j; lICW MOW . T A.i Mwbg, J— 88, IW». MORAL EFFECT OF THE FEOCEED INO»OF THE TWO CONVENTIONS. Now York Herald of tbe Slst, in the course of ao article upon this sutgeet, aaya: The Whig Coavention has declared essen tially ia favor of the same fore.™ "d do°>« tie policy a* that which marked CowaatU. Both of these solved the two great JJ? "^ d {"* otoraal union of these United States, amjthe undying determination never to meddle with the internal affairs of Europesnceunmes. Theae are the two pomtsand aapectsfrom which both Conventions w»ll bo remembered to? years to come, in U»e poii£ eal affairs of this country. Both Wbiga and Democrats, in solemn Convention assembled— no matter who may be thejr candidates have mad* these declaratione palpable to the world, and recorded their utter hostility lo the raving, treasonable, disreputable agitation of the fana tics of the North and of ...

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. — 23 June 1852

'The latest news" CONVENTION, FIFTH DA*. Monday, Jane Si, HOKNtNG SESSION. The first busiuess of materiality wae thecon ,,Vr*tion of rhe following preamble and leao j,,ons oftred by Mr. Reneau of Geo: Whereas Henry J. Raymond of New York Holds his seat in this Convention by a ques .L.hle title, and whereas he has accused its Lmtxrs of corruption and foul play, and whereas it becomes them to disavow theee Lgrccs most emphatically: Therefore Rtsolretl. That this Convention will ahow 10 the countrv « n d to the Whig party of the I rion its emphatic denial of these imputations upon it* honor snd sincerity hy deprivfng the Mme Henrv J. Raymond of his seat; and that the skid Ravtnond be ami l.e is hereby expelled from this body. [Loud applause and some Mr. K. in the course of a speech sustaining his resolutions, stated that the delegation from the States ot" Kentucky Tennessee and Va„ wtre specified by Air. R. in the New York Time-, a* entering into a bargain, providing, that ii'the frien...

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. — 23 June 1852

»QAiLt KOSSUTH-INrERFERENCE IN AME RICAN POLITICS. It appears that Kossuth is not coolant with the figurs bo deeigna to cot in the forthcoming revelations In Enropo. Ho appears on the •tags as a revolutioniat also in America. The New York Herald baa the following, transla ted from the New York " Staats Zeitung," a German paper: About ten o'clock on Saturday morninf, nboot twelve German citizens visited Kos suth. They were presented to the Governor by Col. Ihaxi, when Mr. Jacekel made a short address, referring to the sacredneet of their cauae,and their valor in upholding the same. Koaauth replied aa follows—German Citi zens : You are atroug enough to effect the election of that candidate for the Preaidency who gives the most attention to the European -cauae. I find that quite natural because be tween both parties there is no difference as rs cards the internal policy, and because, only by -toe inanity of the German citizens of this coun try, the election will be such that, by and by...

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. — 24 June 1852

VOL 2—NO 211. r UE DAILY DISPATCH TaS A COW ARDIN, Proprietor. HFGH H. PI-KASANT9, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING, i lanum 1 insertion tO 50 | 1 square, 1 month #4 00 , do iinsertions 075 ( 1 do 8 months 700 , £ 3 do 100 1 do a do 10 00 \ 5: l week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 t do 2 weeks 875 | 1 do 1 year 30 00 rar Communications are charged at the urns J*if advertisements, C® r T,n li *** or U ** m * k * * 'l* 4 **' longer ad- in exact proportion, aad payable la ad "tip* Advertisements Inserted once a week, twice a or three times a week, will be charged SO ««nt* tor the lirst insertion, and 374 cents for each gor.cuuance. rjr Marriage noticea Inserted for 25 eents; Fu notice* 2s ceatt; Deaths, without obituary or {V n*ral invitation, 12* censs. The ■' lUilt Dispatch" is served to subscribers at fit an* a quarter mat per week, payable to the carrier weekly Price for mailing, 94 a year in ad v«a«e. THE W'tKKLV DISPATCH 11 pulMithed every Frideymoraiag, and mailed for ovi doi.lax a yea*...

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. — 24 June 1852

TMSTTuILY ■nrff-- of KICHMOWP. ▼ A»« f TMiWny Msndag, Jsse M, 18M. THE INDEPENDENCE OF SAN JUAN. The news brought by the Prometheos ia of vaat importance, not only.to this country, but to the entire commercial world. The question which Inm ao long diaturbed the relatione be tween tiua country and Great Britain, ia settled ut last. The independence of San Juan ia not only acknowledged, but guarantied, by both countries. There are, therefore, no longer any obstacles to the union of the two oceans, save such aa are entirely phyeical, and can be easi ly overcome by labor and capital. The work will be immediately commenced. Thirty mil lion of dollars worth of the stock will be taken in London, the entire practicability of tbe work having been rendered evident by the report of Col. Chiles, who eurveyedthe route. We are happy to find that thia momentous queatiou haa been disposed of amicably, and inn manner tonducive to the interest of all ptrtiee. Ode hundred years ago, the difficul tiea ...

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. — 24 June 1852

the~lati:BT wtws ~Rctponst* to Otn. Scott • RosT ,„, Juno 22—The announcement of Ja Scott's nomination »» jTW I with mingled and IMm,itheJet , . predominating. The friends of llt. Web r«eree^atlvcl.agnned, and the streets with pw>l ,|<! discuMing the nomina in a sullen mood. To-day, however, there hetter freliog among ttteu, but still much ' and angrv debate. o, iCrti *««>• Me.. June 21.—TheWhiga here .re in fine «pir»t», and «re giving expression to ihfir dflifiht at the nomination of General £ f{ ,„ by the firine of guns, rockets, &c., and a ocniral illumination. O>cont\ N. H , June 21.—Scott's nomina tion h»» ) IIS ' b "' n rpcei * e «' much indigna ion among the Webster whiga; bnt there i« m( , c V, Mtisfaction among the free-soilers. Th« democrat? are plcssed.and are urging the whigs to rive a salute, offering to pay for powder.— The . (far li*» not l>een accepted. Aiba*t. June 22.—The snnouncement of the nominations of the Whig Convention have l^eoteceived a...

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. — 24 June 1852

THE DAILY DISPA-TCt {incidents or a Si-hk—The Ctoeiooat Commercial, with the philanthropic design o benefitting the whole race of BenedicU who are addicted to carrying bricks m their hats, gisM the following melancholy facts. We ha»e'nt the slightest doubt that every thing oc curred just ss the Commercial man says it did, And with emotions which we will opt attempt to describe, we wonld commend the moral to the afflicted: " A tnmm having a marked proclivity to those indulgences which set the wits a wandering, succeeded is an effort through n maudin maae. to reach his home on Plum street, night before last. He opened the door, went up »tairi«, and fell into bed. In the dresmy suspicion of sn alarm of fire, along about two in the morning, he got up, and, mm culotle. as we say in French, went forth to 'ttie beauties of the twinkling of night,' as we say in poesy, and finding that the alarm had a strong savor of humbug, for which he yet holds tjie previous enjoyments of the night accoun...

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. — 25 June 1852

VOL 2—NO 211. THK DAILY DISPATCH AJRDIN, Proprietor. ] ' ar ,;ll R." I'I.HAHAWTjIi B«IW. TKhXM OK ADVERTISING. . linsertiontO 50 I 1 aquare, 1 month 94 00 1 sqaam h 075 i d 0 8 months 700 t 3 do 100*1 do 8 do 10 00 tw«k 17511 do 6 do 18 00 } Jo a W,vk. 2 751 Ido 1 ymr 30 00 r-ar Communications are charged at tbe uiM advertisemento. TV Ten hnts or lets make a rqnart, longer ad f#ret.'tn«nu in «*act proportion, and payable In ad- Advertisements Inserted am % we«<k, twice ilk or three timet a «r«ek. will be ehargud SO for the Unit inie.rtion, and 371 cent* tor each Marriage notices inserted for *5 cento; Fa aersTnotice* 5 cento; Death*, without obituary or fiowrai invitation. 12i cent*. V " Dailt DisraTca i* served to subscribers >t m o vnarter cents ptr week, payable to the Mirier weekly. Prioe far mailing. $4 a year in ad- THE WEEKLY DISPATCH U published every Friday morning, and mailed for OKI dollar A y*a*. To Clcbs, far 85 six co pie* for §10 thirteen copie*; for $15 twenty ...

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. — 25 June 1852

iSstzsEr"" ■ •**# • ' tICHMOWP^' FtH»T Mwt««, J— .THE WEEKLY DISPATCH For Friday June 35th, « now reedy « for m)« at tbia oAee. It embraces among other articles, the following Editorial —Chevalier Hnloenann at Home; Political Foresight j the Chinese in California; A Loader, Kossuth; Correction; American Colonisation Society; Eighteenth of June; A Hew Paper, the Tehuantepec Route; Murder of Thompson; the two Conventions and their moral effect—two articles; Thomas Moore; Blackwood; Taking it Coolly; Independence of San Juan; Nine Cheers; Smaller Arti- Tale of a Rattlesnake; Skinned Alive; A Raasian Incident; The boy and the Panther, a Western Scene? Description of the Holy Sepulchre; a Bull and Bear fight; Speech of Meagher the Eiile. Miscellaneous—FuW reports of the proceed ings of the late National Whig Convention; Foreign and domestic news; Correspondence; LatestNewa; Items; Anecdotes fcc. Price 3ceots per single copy, $1 per annum in advance. THE APPROACHING CANVASS. Occupying a p...

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. — 25 June 1852

tHRLATEST NEWS. A fireultr dat«d at WMfeingtoo, and «fn«d by <«muel U*' B ' «*«"»»> ha< h®* B *•«•*# \lling "a National Convention of delegate* j-.heFfee Democracy, at the city of Pitta Jurfh. on Wednesday, the lt& day of An nest.at noon, for the purpose Of select or ,-andidatea for the offices o! President and Vice resident of the United State.." Friends j the principles declared at Buffalo, at the me- Arable Contention of August, 1848, are re.. •..tod to send delegates. In connection with ffiSn! that the Hon. Mr. Durkee, gmtative from Wisconsin, is determined £ oppose the election of Pierce and King.— Otber Democratic members of Congress, it is j will do the same, and amongst these is i>r Townsend, of Ohio, and the Hon. S. P. Chase, Senator from Ohio.—JV. K Express. ARRIVAL OF THE NIAGARA. Halifax, June 23.—The steamer Niagar irT ived off the liar last oichi; but, owing totha sog, did o" 1 U P li " u, -day at uuou. ENGLAND. Parliamentary proceedings were unimpor ta...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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