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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 1 July 1852

rHB DAILY DISPATCH Cwrwyon<e«ce #f the Dltfaiek. Frkukbi ckibukg, June 28. Messrs. Editors The people of thia place are voting. to-day, upon (be proposition to appropriate $15,000 for the extension of the Frtdeiicksburi, and Valley Plank Road, front its present terminus this side of Orange Court Hoaae to Liberty Mills, and upon the pro,io* iwtioM, also, to risk $2500 in keeping open the Rappahannock Canal. Fro® present "PP e " r ' ■aces, the appropriations will fsucceed by a large majority. The fact is, Fredericksburg has just opened her eyes, and now see* that something must be done or she is lost, ■roper spirit now seems to pervade the con - monitv, and much of the prejudice heretofore existing against these improvements—particalarly the canal—has been entirely removed by the able expose made in public meeting by the Presidents of the two companies. Ihe Plank Road succeeds admirably, and atfer it •hall have been completed to Liberty Mills, it is proposed to eitend it to...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 2 July 1852

VOL. 2—NO 217 rHK DAILY DISPATCH JAS A. CQWAIRDIN. Proprietor. urGH K. I'LKAMM'ft, Editor. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 Mi-jsm 1 insertion 80 50 | I square, 1 month #4 00 i ', i>,n*ertion* 075 i 1 do 4 months 700 } , 0 j do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 do i week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do - weeks 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 rjr c»;'i:nunic«tion« are charged at the same m advertisements. .-y f f n lines or matte a square; longer adin exact proportion, and payable In adAdvertisements Inserted once a week,twice a week. or three times a week, will be <hargcd SO tor the first insertion, and 371 cents for each fontinuance-f-y Marriage notices inserted for 25 cents; Fuasrsl notice* ST> cents, Deaths, without obituary or { jnwrai invitation, 12i cents. Tbe " Hail* Dispatch' ts served to subscribers ,1 ,-t a quarter rente per week, payable to the <srrier weekly. Price far mailing, (4 a year in ad»«oee. THK WEEKLY DISPATCH I» i>ubiished every Friday m...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. JfcS? *•»nun ran* aatarge aathat ofany otter Daily paper la tbe c.ty of ficbmnd. It U therefore greatly superior to any other aa a ■•mi# of adrertial&c. RICHMOND. TA.i FrMay Morntag, j«i y 9, 1352. THE V EEKLY DISPATCH, For Friday, July 2, is now ready and for sale office. It embracea the following aiti■cloa: Editorial .—Vol gar and Blackguard ; The Washington Monument ; William Sidney Smith; Tbe Approaching Canvass ; Naval Engineer* -, Alboni; Rather Too Late; Meagher ; Daniel Webster ; Lamartine; Huguenot Springs; The Arctic Regions; Death of Mr. •<3lay ; Hearv Clay ; Colonel Fremont; The Cherokee Nation ; Smaller Articles. Mucellaneout.—The Bride's Departure ; Report of an Arson Trial; Court Proceedinga ; A Happy Home ; Important from the Rio Grande; Trial of Rand; Gen. Scott's .Letter of Acceptance ; Meagher's Speech ; Anecdotes; Latest News and Correspondence; Ratification Meetings ; Items, Si.c. Price 3 ct*. per copy; $1 per annum, in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 2 July 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. The SJe*pintki Confettion. THiLAPKLrHiA, June 30.—The court interpreter had m» interview with Matthias Bku« mnski tliis morning, who now strenuously den,e(. having made such disclosure*. and demands to be confronted * ith the informer — The latter, who is a workman at Cornelius' ras-fixtures factory, emoya a good reputation, and apparently would have no object in thus hoaxing the public and peijuring himself. Whig Ratification Meeting. Boston, June '29.—The Whig* at thin city held a ratification meeting to night in Faneuil Hall. A large number of person* were present arsd great enthusiasm prevailed Among the cherts given were three for Daniel Webster. Hon. Robcit C. Winthrop presided, assisted by*iv> Vice Presidents. In taking the chair, Mr. Winthrop very feelingly and with great eloquence, alluded to the death ol Hem» flay, and then posited on to speak of ,he oi'iect !or which the meeting hnd assem bled. "After which resolutions were adopted declaring ad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 2 July 1852

rag !>AfIV DISPATCH COMMERCIALRICHMOND MAkKBTS. tsr (As wet «i%4ing Tkurtdaf Smnmg, July Ist [CAAKTCLLir COaUCTKD-i BACON.—We do not alter our quotations, though thaie are few sellers at the tower figures. Virginia cured, hog round, lit cents; prune Western and Baltimore Sides 10} to U eta; Shoulders 9» to 9* cts: Hams 13 to 14, and scarce. BUT FER is in good sup'J/. We quote firkin 22 to 25 cts per lb.; fresh Roll 25 to 30; Goshen 25 cts. BEESWAX—22 a 23 cts. per lb.—with small reC< SoTOlulll COTTON YARNS.—The trade la Cotton here is limited. The quotations are »} cts. Cotton Yams 17 cts per lb. COFFEE—OId Java Hi to 12*; Lagu»yra 9i to - 10; Kio 9* to 10 cts; Cape 81 a 9* cts; Manilla IS* CAKDLEB—TaIIow 10* a 11* ; Hull s patentlJ; Sperm 43 a 45, Adamantine 22* a 27*. Jackson s i patent 12*. , . . . COAL—IO cents on board lor good mixed, fine sad lump; Bto 9 cents lor blacksmith's coal. CORN is scarce and much wanted. Small parcels would bring 65 to 70 cents....

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

VOL. 2—NO 218 THK P.ULY DISPATCH .'AS. A. CO WAR DIN. Proprietor. HIGH *t. t'LRAfA.NTg*, Editor. CASH TKKMS Or ADVERTISING. I rtuxre, 1 itnertiorefO 50 j I square, 1 month <4 00 1 i,i 2 insertions 075 ( 1 do amnn'hi 700 i dj d ° ioo i do a do io oo i do iwk 175 j 1 do 6 do 16 00 I dn - week* 275 j 1 do 1 year 30 00 rsr CojamunifHtion* »w» charged at the uisd n j, f „i advertisement*. -•if- Xrn lint* or Its* makt a tquart,- !onger ad-,«-t;t<>ment* in exsc: proportion, and payable In adT *»-y Advertisements Inserted once a week, twice ( «<vk. or throe times * woek, will b« -•.hanj.-d 50 *,>r,t? ! r the first inscrti m, and cents lor each #jcrnuance. ry Marriajre notices Inserted for 25 cents; Fur."rices 25 c»-nts; Deaths, without obituary or (tntral invitation, ISJ cenu. The" Daily Dispatch' is served to subscribers ( l giz and a quarter cents per week, payable to the, «irrler weekly. Price for mailing. 61 a yoar in ad vsoee. THE ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 3 July 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ry TO AD VKHTIHEHM—ThecircuUt ca ofthe Dispatch U thui tikes as large u thai of way other Daily paper in the City of Richmond, (t to therefore greatly superior to any other a* a medium of advertising. RICHMOND. VA.t Satirday Morning, July 2, IS.W. HONORS TO MR. CLAY. The death of this illustrious statesman, announced to the Senate on Wednesday, by Mr. Underwood, drew forth a larger number of eulogistic addresses than has ever been known on any similar occasion. From them we make a few short extracts, feeling convinced that they will be far more acceptable to our readers than anything we could supply of our own. The first extract which we shall make is from the speech of Mr. Underwood, and we •elect it for the uncommon fidelity of the picture which it presents. It is the living likeness of the man, so correct that it cannot le mistaken, and in it may be delected the secret of liis greatness: "No man was ever blessed by his Creator \rith faculties of a higher order...

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

ihe latest news. 'i See first p«£e for Ir.te foreign mwi. |S-H TS TO THS AMERICAN CoNSCI. AT ACAt , co .—1( appear* that the .Mexican authorij si Acapulco recently attempted to sell the \ -.riican (steamer Commodore Stockton, to .<v certam alleged claim*. Mr. Kice, (he Consul protested against tlie sale, and ( oiirtff Mooed to hear any appeal from him. u I,* s xt caused notices to be posted, in Engand French, warning persona against huyL , ex. The judce ordered the plaintiff "in " -uit —n «'<*'> named Snyder— to tear the , res down, including one in the Consular Mi. Kice placed n pistol at Snyder's ..t. naming him that it he persisted in thus -passing upon Ins promise* ins life ahould tuttVit. Snyder lelt, but the same night £~t ;i warrant Irom the judge to throw the -u! into a dungeon i>( the Castle, which was , qin (Jen. Moreno. 'I'he general, to avoid " < :i ju-e aWe responsibility, made a hasty ,\i; to his c««otiv seat. '1 h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 3 July 1852

THE DAILY DiSFATCH Csrrri|>sn4esee sf Che .Dispatch. Washington, July lat, 18. r >2. Henry Clay, the honest man, the old roan • uquent, the eminent atateatnan, the patriot and Moial hero, is no more. He breathed bis last at a quarter pastil o'clock,on Tuesday morn i g—at hi* lodgings (the National Hotel,) in thw city. A nation mourna his loss; wherever civil and religious liberty has un abiding place, throughout the world, there will the name, the memory and the services of Henry Clay, be honored and treasured as a rich and precious inheritance. No nation or people can especially claim him as its own, for he was indeed, and »u truth, the man of the age. Virginia claims to be his mother—Kentucky, owns biin ns her adopted son. But the votaries of freedom everywhere—will lament the loss of it>e eloquent champion of their cause, the uncompromising defender of their faith, the w 'onii re•owned patriot and statesman Henry Clay. Allow me to direct the atten...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 5 July 1852

VOL. 2—NO 219 rUK DAILY DISPATCH ;AS. A. COWARDIN. Proprietor. tlCGll It. I'l.btfAM'f, Editor, CASH TERMS OK ADVERTISING. 1 «4U*rc, 1 insertion®o 50 | I square, 1 month 84 00 i do 2in»fl;*tioo»o 73 , 1 do 2mon*h* 700 1 do :t do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 do 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 I do 3 we.-kt 275 j I do 1 year 30 00 jy Communications are charged at the same n;. t m advertisements. tr Ti :< if/tr or Uss nakt a tfnart; longer advertisements in exact proportion, and payable in advance ty Advertisements Inserted or.ee a week, twice a week, or three times * week, will be iharged 50 aents tor the first mseiti in, and J~i cents tor eacb continuanceMarriage notice# Inserted for £5 cents; Funend notices 25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or f anvrs'i invitation, 12$ cents. The " Daily Dispatch' ts served to subscribers at fir and a ynartrr rents prr *cttk. payable to the •trrler weekly. Price for mailing, 64 a year in advsnee. THK WKEKI.V DISPATCH II published every Friday morni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 5 July 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH, rmr TO ADVKKTWBRB.«ft«eBNIiaa •f the Dispatch is thus mna « tarn u that Of any other Daily paper in the city of Rkhmond. It Is therefore (ready aupertW to any other as o ■ixilam of advertlslnf. HCHMOWB, VA.i JlMHlay Msrslsn, Jaly 3,1552. tW Aa the celebration of our National Anniveraary takes placo to-day, no paper will be i««ard from this office to morrow morning. FOURTH OF JULY. It ia faahionable, we believe, for a'l papers to have a leading editorial upon this subject, at leaat once a year—that is to say, as often aa the day comes round. Tbe subject, therefore, has beeo pretty well exhausted, and of courae can receive no additional interest from anything we can say. Besides this is not the 4th ofJnly; it is the sth, tbe anniversary of the battle of Chippewa. Reference will be made, no doubt, to this fact in many a toast, tbia day to be given. The fact that the sth is celebrated lor the 4th in that year in which Gen. Scott is brought forward for the Presidency,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 5 July 1852

the latest new.-?: \rnral of Mr. Clay'* Remain* at Philadelphia—The Funeral Pageant, Sfe. Fhii W>ku , hia, July 2.—About ten minute* 9 o'clock, * rocket from the vicinity of ' (irav's Feny, announced the approach of "the —in of cam from Wilmington, (which left Baltimore this morning,) with the remains of Vr. Ciay, accompanied by the Congressional i'\>mmiuee of Arrangements, a Committee troin Wilmington, and a number of gentlemen fioni •.(altiinore. The linng of minute Runs from tarii'U* pcints was immediately commenced n accordance with previous arrangements, iid all the bell* in the city commenced tollm response to the booming of the canB °4t ft o'clock, the tiain reached the depot on • ,* corner of Pine and Broad streets, when remains *eie taken in charge and placed , no magnificent funeral car in waiting, .idrr the direction ot the pall bearers. The f!t r was then moved into line under the escort , i the First City Troop and the Washington tj rt r&gt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 5 July 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH " IPLPKIBIiB CNOK. »r C. w.CCTTt*. Tho' many aod bright »*e the atsra that appear la that Hag, by our country uafnri'd - And the stripe* that are awet'iog in majesty ttere, Like a rainbow adorning the world— Their light ia unsullied, aa those in the aky, By a aeed that our father* have d >ne— And they're leagued in aa true and aa holy a tic In their motto ol "MAftr m ost " From the hour when tboae patriot* fearlessly flur.g "Chat banner of star-light abroad, Krer true to themselves, to that motto th'y clung, Aa they clang to the promise of God ; By the bayonet trac d, at he midnight ol war, On the fields where our glory WOD ; ~ Oh I perish the heart or the bsnd that would ma. Our motto of "mant i* ost." Mid the (make of the content, the c.ainun's deep roar. How olt it has gathered renown; White those stars were ,n r 'l'"° f S ° re ' Where the cross and the iiou weU down • And tbo* few were the lights in the gloom of that Vai ih« J heart« that were strik...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 July 1852

VOL. 2--N0 220 . !'•; DAILY DISPATCH ;TAS. A COWARDIN, Proprietor, HUGH K. PI.KASAMTB, Editor. CASH TKHMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 tffcare. ! r.sertionSO 50 j X square, 1 month $4 00 do ' 2 insertions 075 i I do 2tnon»ha 700 , ;» do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 , is 1 week 175 i 1 do 6 do 16 00 I j. 2 weeks 275 j 1 do 1 year 30 00 ' »--sr t'ommunication* are charged at the imtw -~^7m advertisements. 'rap />« iin*s or lest make a sqaort; longer ad- » n>< ;r.rtuu in exact proportion, and payable in ad- ry Advertisements Inserted once a week, twice t ik. or three tunes * week, will be charged SO ~ ,« if,r the first insert! >u, and 37i cents tor each tootinuiutce • ry Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cents; FuM r». ;:> !-ces 25 cent*. Deaths, without obituary or far*-*- imitation. 12j cents. The " Dailv Dispatch' Is served to subscriber* i ,i .<1 quarter mils per ttetk, payable to the »«rrier weekly. Price fer mailing. $4 ayearin advisee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 July 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH, rw TO ADVKKTlfßKW.~Th«alro*totto« JKvZltm ia THUI T.«M M * any other Daily paper la the Ht« therefore *t*«tly superior to any other m a eedkim of advertising- RICHMOND. ▼ A.i We4ae«4ny M>rnlag,Jily 7, 1853. SIXTH OF JULY. (Tbi ■ rticle should have appeared yesterday, but no paper was issued on that day from this office.) Thia ia the anniversary of the great battle of Wagram (1809) which was preceded by the passage of the Danube, one of the most extraordinary military feats on record. We have seen that after the bloody, but indeciaive battle of Essling (22d and 23d ofMay) Napoleon withdrew his forces into the isle of Lobau. With the activity so natural to him, he immediately began to repair the losses which he had incurred. Large reiuforcementa were drawn from France; the Saxon troops, under Bernadotte, joined him, and the entire army of Italy, victorious over the forces opposed to them, followed shortly after. The entire length of the Danube, throughou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 July 1852

che Latest new frj, Merica* Claim*—The Reported Re- " arrest of Dr. Gardiner. Washington, Julv 4,1852. —Dr. Gen, A. Gardiner, ihe head of the alleged Gardiner isim . who was previously out on b«i! i n the sum of forty thousand dollars, under an in;lfliiieDt for p»o«ry, wan again arrested by or lf X nf the government and brought before Crawford,between 10 and 11 o'clock last ,;»M, under a new indictment which waa , T ; ,i bv the grand jury yesterdav, charging t ,v Gardiner with torguve the signatures of he Governor and of the Secretaiy of state of ?»n I.uw Potosi, the prefect of Rio Verde, and v* secretary, and the «il of the State. The , v .»rnment demanded hail in the sum of $100,\>o, Jii<!ce Crawford required $'20,000, failU io obtain which Gardiner was committed , pji » hcie he still remains. Henry M«y,F><|.. of Baltimore, (a democrat,) :Vpus» Attorney General of Maryland, has 'rtn associated » ah the District Attorney here eonHuct the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 July 1852

Trtb IMIbY cjjh ~Thk Rkceptior or Mr. Cut'i Rcm&iks at Nkw York.—The body of Mr. Clay was received at Jersey City by the Mayor of New York, the Common Council, tirade of Departments, also the Clay Festival Association, and the Washington Grays, as a guard of honor to the remains. The hearse was a neat, but unpretending vehicle. It was hung around with crape, in festoous, with large peudants. 1< was drawn by eight white borsas, decorated with sable plumes, and led by colored grooms' attired in black ; and wearing badges on iheir arms. The crowd was immense at Castle Garden, the flags of the shipping and public buildings were at half-mast, und minute-guns were fired during the solemn ceremonies. The procession itself was very large. The Herald says, it covered only about a quarter ofa mile* and it was by no means an imposing pagaent, being only the reccpcion of the remains, preparatory to the great funeral which is to be held on a future day. The pro cession mar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 July 1852

V'OL. B—NO 22 L he daily dispatch r A r v A COWARDIN. Proprietor. K. Editor. CASH TEKMS OK ADVERTISING, t iotmre l insertion SO 50 | 1 square, 1 month §4 00 i ,t, 2 insertions 075 . 1 do 2mon«bs7 00 t do ;? do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 i ,>o ! week 17511 do 6 do 16 00 { <>~ * weeks 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 Communication* are charged at tho iim« »« advertisement*. V-jr 'fen line* or Uf» nakt a , longer ad'n exact proportion, ar.d payable In advisee jy Advertisements Inserted once a week, twice , or thrive times « week, wii! be jhargtd SO tentf for the first insertion, and 37j cents tor each continuance. ry Marriage notices inserted for 25 cents; Funotices 25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or i >n «rai invitation. 121 cents. The " DaIX.IT Dispatch' ts served to subscribers st fix ni a a charier ctnu per ipayable to the #«rrfer weekly Price f»r mailing, fel ayearin advsnee. T»l K WEEKLY DISPATCfI 11 published every Friday morning, and mailed fjr on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 July 1852

THE uAib* UiaFATCh. rw TO AD V KKTI Thecircalatlt* af |S» DMTATCH U THMtB TIMI M Urge as that 3 m,. other Daily paper in the city ef Richmond It ta therefore greatly superior to any other aa a RICHMOND. ▼ A.i Tfcaraday Morals*, July 8, 1853. SIXTH OF JUNE. (COSTISOKD.) These unheard of preparations having been completed during the month of June, Napoleon gave orders for the entire force with which he intended to operate, to be aaaembled in the island on the 3d and 4th of July, and leaving Schoenburnon the 30th June,he established his own head quarters there. These troops defiled under the superintendence of Gen. Mathieu Dumas, and conaisted, when assembled, of the corps ot Massena, Davout, Oudinot, McDonald, Bernadotte, Prince Eugene, Marmont, de Wrede, and the guard, in all 150,000 men. Of these one-sixth were cavalry, und onetwelfth artillery. This enormous force was provided with 550 pieces of cannon. All things taken into consideration, the world had never beheld such a host, br...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 July 1852

I M b, laIKST NEW ft ARRRIVAL. OF STEAMER CANADA. ' Halifax, July 6.—The steamer Canada bring? 83 passenger*. 1 ENGLAND. Parliamentary proceedings were unimpor"xhe house of Dixon, \\ alve &. Co., at Liverpool. had The libel suit brought by Dr. Achilli, the apostate Roman Catholic priest, against Dr. |Sp«msnn, the apostate from the Church of England for charging him with numerous specified seductions and debaucheries, has for three .toys, and caused great interest London. The jury gave a verdict of guilty. ... , „ I'he Negotiations going on between England. France and the United States, relative to a reduction of postage, were still pending, no g!) «»ft having liecn received from the United States. Tlx >rhr. Isabel, tilted out by Lady Friukiin. will soon soil. The University of Oxford hod presented r splendid gold salver to the American Bishops now on a visit to England. FRANCE. The continued manifestation of opposition to the President had affected the funds. ...

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