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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 June 1852

THE OAILY lIIBFATCH Csrmpsstmiee mf tks tel. Washington Citt, Jum 34th, 1852. The candidate# of the two fMrtiM •» »ow 4,Hy before the people. The ifieada of each ■re burnishing up their armor, preparatory to an unuaually heated and animated content; already the bugle cslla of the respective leaders . to the unk aod file give note of preparation. •• When Greek meets Greek, then comes the •tug of war." Both parties in this city profess to be vastly pleased with the nominations presented by each to the other; to it would aeem that each Convention haadone its work well, in thus rendering such high gratification, not to its political fnenda alone, but to its opponents, also. a » Aa a natural, or at least, an usual concotni tant to a Presidential Campaign, the prac tsce of betting has already commenced, and is btiDg pro»ecuted pretty freely- Democrats are betting on every Southern State in the Union South of Delaware; bets are ofiered, that Maryland, North Carolina, Tennessee and Kentucky...

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

VOL. 2--NQ. 212. XHE daily dispatch A * - " I- ■ _ .. n TaS. A. COW ARDIN, Proprietor. (iron H. IM<KAMANT!*,EdIt*r. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. iMuaw. 1 insertion#o 50 | 1 square, 1 month *4 00 7 \i o s insertion* 075 | 1 do Smontfca 100 , do 3 do 100 1 do a do 10 00 , do 1 1 751 1 do 6 do 1# 00 I do 2 wki 2 "51 1 do 1 yew 30 00 ra> Communication* are charged at the aame N *« at advertisement*. >y Ten una or Use make a tfurt; longer adin exact proportion, and payable in adT *r»- Advertisement* Inserted once a week, twice t week, or three times a w*«k. will be charged SO ~r ;, t l!r the tirat insertion, and XI i cenu for each •ostneance. ry Marriage notices lnaerted for 25 cent*; FuM rn; notice# 35 cent*; Death*, without obituary or f t-wra! invitation, 121 cent*. Tb e "Daily Dispatch' U served to *übscriber* t l iix and i <?>uurtcr centt per week, payable to the **rrier weekly. Price for mailing, 94 a year in adTrtse. THK WKKKI.Y...

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

THE PAfLY DISPATCH "V»» TO APV BKTI3KK.«.-T*^w»ugn.; rnf tSe Dispatch is t*ui tik*s a»l«g s*gM 5 is* other Daily pspsr la the e»ty Is therefore greafly superior to any other as s EFCHWOND. VA.t gatsWsr Msrslsg, Jsst 116, lSs'i. MEAGHER. The reader will find another short speech from this gentleman on the outside. It is a fine specimen of oratory, chaste, beautifnl, and fall of feeling. It is of the old Irish School, the school of Grattan and Curran-vehement, bnt without the slightest shade of hyperbolefall, with no symptoms of extravagance rich, but not florid-highly colored, but not exaggerated. It is such a speech as we should expect from a patriot, a scholar and a man of genius, and we are happy to believe that Mr. M. combines all three, adding thereto the character of a troe gentleman. The great " Magvirc" ought to take lessons from him. Mr. M. has, evidently, a large portion of that fervid imagination which has distinguished so many of his country men; which ran wild ir. Philip...

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

I'HK I.ATKST NfiWS. rr*xCr.JfJ^%SZm f L° n nlm«tion of Scott and Graham. Robert $, n e" wasrhosen IVsident, with one hundred v p President". Resolutions were adopted cardmlly-ndowng (He nominee.. Tjio meeting was a-Wreseedby Col. Hoff \i.. Toinlin«on, from California, and Jas. tt'hVrd'on, of Owego county, and the Fillto ,1,-leeme from the 22nd district, who con 1,-I II J- Raymond'* seat. The proceedare marked bv unbounded enthusiasm. The name* of Scott and Graham. Fillmore, \V>bstft and Clay were, greeted with deafenwas »>y n «- ' v ,< M ,eikers, and the proceedings will .; ni n» till a very Ute hour, I!imr 23, -The telegraph has informed u< ol the nominations by the Whig Con- ' ,j on a ; Baltimore. The announcement was rt , f ,«itii decided favor, and thus far has rirril satisfaction. Mu>r6o*KKV, June 23,—The nomination of General WinfielJ Scott and William A. Grahsin has given full satisfaction to our friends in th>...

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

the DAILY L>IBPAT<>H CON G R £ riS—Thc Hat) at. Skkatk. —On motion of Sir. Underwood, the innate took up his resolution amending the rwW» so a. to allow amendments to be laid •pua the table without carrying the bills or wvatuliona with thetn. Mr, Underwood briefly explained. Mr. Badger proposed also to allow amendaaeiittt to emendmenta to be laid on the table- Mr. Hale opposed the resolution, objecting le restrictions. Mr. Adams advocated the resolution.. Mr. Bell also spoke upon the subject. House or Representatives.—The Hou 8 «- concurred in the Senate amendment to in kill to provide for the more effectual f uppr«s•ion of incendiarism in the District ol tolurn Ma* The bill granting lands to tbe several States am) Territories and the District of Columbia m aid of the construction of railroad, and lor achool purposes, being on its passage, a call •f the House was ordered. The House, by taking the yeas and nays, Bfi 4l [)y various oilier proceedings, ...

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

vol.. B—NO. 213 XHK DAILY DISPATCH "jAB A COW - A.RDIN, Proprietor. grGH K. I'I.KAMNTO, Editor. cash TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 c-nns 1 insertionso 50 | 1 square, 1 month 94 00 f ', a insertion* 075 | 1 do 2 month* 700 i ", ? do 100 1 do 8 do 10 00 , a \ i week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 . a t 2 week* 2 751 1 do 1 ye«r 30 00 1 fy I'ommuniCHtion* are charged at the same Htui a.ivirti semen t* ry- Tn lines or less make. a square; longer adin exact proportion, and payable in ad- * rr advertisement* inserted once a week,twice or three times a week, will be .sharped SO ».r,;s i.!T the first insertion, and 37J cent* lor eacb •ir.tr.-ance. Marriage notice* inserted for 25 cent*; Funenti notices '-5 cents . Deaths, without obituary or {tneral invitation. 12J cent*. The Daily Dispatch' t* served to subscriber* ,1 »■: a\a •! quarter cents per week, payable to the ••rrier weekly. Price fer mailing, $4 ayearin ad»tnei'. the wkkki.y dispatch >, c. .shed every Friday morning, and mailed f-,r'o...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH, rmr TO ADVBRTISKfU*—TkeeI reflation tha Dispatch to thmi tims as torn m that of any other Daily paper ia the city of Richmond. It to therefore f ready superior to aajr other as a ■Htdhim of advertising. RICHMOND. YA.i Msalay Wsratag, Ja we B<, ISM. VULGAR AND BLACKGUARD. In oae of Lord Byron's critical letters there occur* a long dissertation upon theae two words, often need aa aynonymea, even by very intelligent persona, though really of very dif ferent, and often, of opposite meanings. The caae put by Lord Byron is exactly in point, being that of Dean Swift. Surely there was nothing vulgar about that great genius, and yet he waa the prince of blackguards. Volta-re.s another example. He was a thorough blackguard, though a great wit, but had not the alightest odor of vulgarity about him. George IV as long as he was Prince of Wales, might have contested the presidency of a blackguard club with any man of his day; yet he can hardly be called a blackguard...

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

NEWS tcrnfultmrsi Vtstt to the I'resiilent—Gentrm Ai and General Scott. ' Washington, June 25.— The delegate* to t u e .National Agricultural Convention, after , hf C onc«o«ion of theit business, visited Presided Fillmore and Secretary V\ ebater, by whom , hey were agreeaoly received. Democrats are extensively circulating Mi. Grtifv's speech against the nomination of General Scott, delivered in the House of Representstives before the assembling of the \V big Convention, «n.l in anticipation of the Convention refusing to adopt • finality Compromise plaitorm. Il is said, however, that Mr. vientry will support the Scott and Graham ticket. __________ HiiiT Ratification Meeting. ft(waßK. June 24.—An enthusiastic Whig ratification meeting look place at Vlashmgten Hall la" evening. Hon. J. <J. Homblower presided. Hie room was filled to overflowing, and a larse number were unable to gain adouef on. Resolution* were passed endorsing the nominees and ihe platform. Speeches were r.i...

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

the DAILY DISPATCH THE FOOD OF MAN. Bayard Taylor, now travelling in Afric% presents • v*ry different opinion upon the vegetable and meat-eating natives from that which vegetarian* promulgate. They boast of the superiority of the rice aud milk eaters.-— Taylor boasts on the opposite side of the road Here is what he say s: "The scenery of the Nile, southward from t*hrndy, is again changed. The tropical rains, which fall occasionally at Abou Hante nird and scantily at Berber, are here periodi cat, and there is no longer the satne striking contrast between desert and garden land. The plains, extending inward from the river, are covered with a growth of bushes and coarse ♦ grass, which also appears ir. patches on the sideol the mountains. The inhabitants cultivate but a narrow strip of beans and dourra along the river, but own immense flocks of sheep and goats, which afford their principal sustenance. I (noticed a new kind of grain called'dookhu,'ol>hich they plant n larger q...

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

VO!. 2—NO. 214 DAILY DISPATCH /jl3 A CO 'V \RDIN, Proprietor. KCtiH K. IM.KAJsANTfS Editor. . TKHMS OF ADVERTISING, i ■■ $0 50 j X square, I month 84 00 !»<*• • ' o T , S f !ior« 075 j 1 do S mon«hi 700 M 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 week V 75 j 1 do 6 do 16 00 i X-< 2 wivks 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 r«s> (":%-,n'nimictitioi>a are charged at the lame . , s advertisement* ' tf T< '• > >•** or iesi make a lf*urrt; longer ncinr - ts in exact proportion, and payable In ad- \ <j *e rttsemet; t* Inserted once a week,twice time* a we»k, wiU be SO , ■„ ; r the first insertion, ana S7i cents tor each * - jf '• Marr.ace notice* inserted for 25 cent*; Fun.'Uce* 25 cents , Deatii*, without obituary or , invitation, 18J cents. TV " Pails Dispatch' is *erved to subscribers ft nr a ••i.i a quarter ten it prr treek, payable to the •arrie: w; ikiy. Price for mailing, 64 ayearin &d- TRE WtKKL,V DISPATCH j ...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. s^SSSiSS «* rior 10 Ml BMdfom of %dTortl«tar. RICHMOND . YA.« TmfaT i Jsie3t| 18tt9« rrJIRTiNE'S HISTORY OF THE RESTORATION. The second volume of this work, embracing the " Hundred Days," lies before us. We are indebted for the copy to Messrs. Nash & Woodhouse. Of all the queer historians whose works have fallen under our observation, M. de La* marline is surely the queerest. There is a boldness in his disregard of facts which is absolutely startling. Even when incidents are so notorious as that nobody else is -gnorant of them, he seems to take a peculiar pleasure in showing that he forms an exception to the million. In fiction alone does he retain h<s character of poet, for his images are grotesque, and his style execrable. We have neither the time nor the space to enter into a lergthened review of his second volume. We shall content ourselves with a few remarks upon that portion of i: which we are sure attracts most of every reader's atte...

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

LATEST NEWS s 7y&To«KMd« of Ithis paper for the latest r „ropean and Me.ican intelligence. loiter from the Plaint. I wi?. June 26*—The male from Santa T ;, 'Independence on the 21st. Buai- " 1-aiiiaFe was improving. Cot. Sum* had removed his head-quarter* back to n nVe. Gov. Cslbonn and hi* party were " >(i at the Lower Sinianone, on their way S *hVStates. The Governor's health wasim* '"; n «• A party 'Mexicans were met at ihe place, who had been buffalo-hunting 'tTtVort Atkinson. The Camanchea and Apaches complained to f commanding officer tit that post, that they J rtin tne buffaloes out of that countr* . lie IVred them to return across the Arkansas v f r l.ut as they did not seem inclined to do 1 f'e wont out with a body of troops, capture '•'several ot their chiefs, and detained them hiihp daya« Mttior command was met at rort Atr;scn on the 10th, en route for New Mexico. th«. health of the Major and his troops was , 0( j t t,e cholera having disappeaied fr...

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

THE DAILY I<IBPATCH KKO*l .UfcXIUO. «r* find in the N. O. papers news from Mediae tv th« Bth u.st. Nothing is said eft the rejetiien of the Tehuantep«c contract. Kan us were afloat for tome time before the Mi, vt a forthcoming coup d'etat from the goverumeut. All was quiet at the last Hates, but #c I'rait d'Lnioii coustrues this silence and quiet into the proinonilory omen ot a cotumotwm. The fovermnent bad resolved, end were about carrviag out their intention, to establish * w*H organised administration. It was said that the government had sent orient k> the custom houses in VeraCru?. and S»e;it!an, to suspend the payment of all sfaarges against them; to stop the issuing ot draft* fron the customs in Vera Cruz, and to tenri« there, i:i specie, the proceeds of marine Mjvsts, at the disposal of the government. Orders arc said to have been sent to the adof the customs in Mazatlan, to put sMo the hands oi l). Isidoro de la Torre, a mer«&act in that pla...

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

VOL. 2—NO 215 [ HF. DAILY DISPATCH JAS A. COW A.RDIN. Proprietor. ftr<H( 8. » , l,KA>A>TS,Bdlt«r. CA.- I TKRMS OK ADVERTISING. It#-' ■ -< : n S-0 50 ) 1 itjuare, I month »4 00 i ;n 2 insertion* 075 t 1 do £ months 700 I * - .? d 100 1 do 8 do 10 0() *1 do - Week I 75! 1 «io 6 do 16 00 1 Jo - w«vk« 2 731 1 do 1 year 30 00 r.F Communication* are charged at the tame , f «? advertisements. r<>> o*tt or Uts mnkeasqvare: longer adie:'laements u exact proportion, and payable in ad VI J"? Cg" Advertlsemeott Inserted once a week, twice * wcoX. or three timet * week, will be iharged SO #enu for the tirst insertion, and 3~i cents tor each continuance. Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cents; Fu-i ae-s; notices J5 cents; Deaths, without obituary or) ; « tfra": invitation, l-> cents Th."" Daily Dispatch' is served to subscribers] «l ft aid a fuaier ttnts per week, payable to the; i*r-ior weekly. Price for mail...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH ■^^7TDVKKTlßßltM.~Thecircul»tt < * to THMt TIMS •• thst tf MT Other Daily P«V*> r •* tb " •»** of 'x®" 4 f r4Sy«.p«rJo» to snyofcer as. dMtom of m>v*rtl#ny. RICHMOND. **•' WdM*'«7 Mwtogr Jußf Mt ISBa - DEATH OP MIL CLAY. This long expected event has occurred ai last. About • quarter past twelve o'clock, or yesterday, Mr. Clay left the scene on which for more than forty years he had been so con- spicuous an actor. He fell full of honors and of years, like a noble oak of the forest, which bating flourished its allotted time, bows its bead to the earth, without difficulty and with out effort. The public mind has long been prepared for the event; yet was he so wrapped up with all the public transactions of his day, that it hardly seemed possible. Even now we can, with difficulty, realise the fact that he is no more; that his voice will never more be heard in the Senate; that his wisdom will never more be the soul of the council. In man...

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

I, v VEST NEWS . F pfANcTBY GEN. SCOTT C l , THB W.nG NOMINATION. # T ,„ National Int«>lHßrncer ol ve.»erd«j T , ~ ||,(» letter* cf the President of th E -"convention to Messrs. Scott andGr. ~ t their letter*, of acceptance. Bc.u, 4 ,i> th« letter of Gen. Scott: ' WarHio.ton, June 24, 1852. • „ Hnnorsble J - G. Chapman, 1( ?J of /he Whip Xotionai Contention pr*s*'jk J e ,i, e honor to receive Iron i »,!< tlio official notice of my "unani >'°" r mination «* the Whit candidate foi in 1 31'iwdent of the United States,' copy of the Resolution* " ,f 'T M I | ' p Convention, expressing the* P - """" « nivn fame of the most p row inert o.. ,«ti"n* N* tu,nnt «*° lic y.- . . r■ treat distinction, conterred by a nume " #•< patriotic body, rcpresen ' u "* ' on* of my countrymen, sinks deep intt ' : k .[ imi. leiwembennß the very eminent , n 11 Which before the Convention ii 1 ' . , ompetttiM *ith my o*«, lam mad< s oppressively ...

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

THE DAILY UlSfA'ffua Cirrf«rtwlrar« of the Diipntrh. Washington Citt, June 28th. 1852. Much anxiety is fell here in regard to the political whereabouts of Merer*. Toomb* and Stephens of Georgia, and Clingninn of North Carolina. Rumor state* that Mr. Toombs will tnke the earliest opportunity to define his position, which, it ia believed, will he adverse to the nominees of the Baltimore Whim Conven lion; ditto in regard to Mr. Clingmon. Should such prove lo he the case, Georgia and North Carolina will wheel into the Democratic column. The popularity of Mr.Clingman in hia district (the first) is very great, and his influence can turn the scale either way as it may be exerted. Mr. C. is not n reliable politician; although professedly a VVhi£,yet hi* leanings and sympathies have, for the past few years, been decidedlv Democratic. He is ot the same, school of politicians with Mr. Venable. and may be accounted an extiemesl in his peculiar and sectional prejudices and views. It is pretty ge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 1 July 1852

~VOLT 2—NO 216 THE DAILY DISPATCH T^TaTcQWA.RDIN, Propitetot. HI?OH R. PLKASANTB, Bdlttr. cash terms of advertising. • mot, l insertion #0 501 1 square, 1 month |4 00 • do * insertion. 075 1 do Smooths 700 ! do 3 <*« 100 1 do S do 10 00 , do 1 week 17511 do 6 do 10 00 I do 2 4 751 I do 1 year 30 00 or Communications are charged at the mm n !r u advertisements. ear Ttn lint* or lets smAs mf Mrs; longer ad„rt!#emectt in exact proportion, and payable in ad T *rj2p Advertisements Inserted onee a week, twice . or three times • week, will be sharged SO aanu for the lirst insertion, and 37J cents for each aoahnuance. rtP Marriage notices inserted for 25 cento; FnBsrSl notices 25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or f antral invitation. 1514 cents. The " Dam.* Dispatch" is served to subscribers !t nz *nd a quarter ctnu per week, payable to the M rrier weekly. Price for mailing, *4 a year la advance. thk weekly dispatch It published every Friday morning, and mailed for o»R doll aa a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 1 July 1852

THY PAILT PIBPXTCH. or TO of t£e Dispatch to tmii tmms asjttge«Mfcat of Mir other DmUy paper ia Am c.ty dfwinhmail. It Is therefore greatly superior to N? Other as a Hilliim of advertising. EICHIHOWP*. TA.i Tlsrwhr IRsralag, Jaly 1, 1883. HENRY CLAY. The death of thia renowned statesman ia still the theme of every conversation. In the freshaeas aad reality of the grave, all the bitterness of former daya seems to be entireiy forgotten by the oae party, and all the admiration with which they have been accustomed to view him, to be revived with increased intensity in the minds of the other. Henry Clay, the head of a great party, is no longer spoken of. But Henry Clsy, the mighty orator, the far-seeing statesman, the unshaken patriot, is remembered > by all, and by all acknowledged to be worthy of the lofty station which he will occupy in the temple of fame. There will be few, in coming ages, who will not feel it an honor to have been bis countrymen, as the Englishman feels b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 1 July 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. === Reception of Mr. C7<ty*» De*ik. H*RR«*» ijr6 ' P»-)J UD *29 ~Th«M»cttnc*. ment of the death of the Hon. Henry CUy »u rofcivcd here at half past 11 o'clock this morning. Governor Bigler immediately issued orders to close all the public office* until Thursday, as a testimony of respect to the de erased. The bell* have been tolling all the after. »on, and tile digs are suspended at half Vhii abflphia, June 29.—The bells of the fl i\, including the old Independence bell in the State House, have been tolled all the alter noon. Flags draped with crape are displayed ai sli points ot the city and from the shipping at halt-must. Ihe City Councils will convene to-morrow morn ng, at the call of Mayor Gilpin, to take action relative to a suitable testimonial of respect to Mr.Clay's memory. ' \m Vokk, June 29.—Since the announceisent of the intelligence of the death of Mr. Clay, this morning, our city has been in a commotion, and business has teen pretty generally...

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