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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 31 January 1852

VOL 2—NO. 88. THE DAILY DISPATCH. JAS. A. COWARDIW. Proprietor. DUUn R. t'LKAf*AMTS, Editor. CASH TERMS OK ADVERTISING. j £ US. 181! t f-£ sss r»Communicatioti t are charged at the aame ft* Uuts or I'** makt d tqiuwt; longer idwSemeutt in exact proportion, and payable in ad•VS- Advertisements inserted once a week,twice a wk. or three times a »«k. » il! *>" SO aents for the first insertion, and -17 j cents for each "V®-* Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cents; Funotices 25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or funeral invitation, 12i cents. , The " Dailv Dispatch" is served to subscribers st tix and a garter cevit per y>uk, payable to the ssrrler weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year in ad?ance. THE WEKKI.Y DISPATCH Is nnbrfshed every Friday morning, and mailed for OSK DOLI.AB A YEAH. To CX.CBB. for $5 SIX Copies for $10 thirteen copies; for $15 twenty cotpes; for iS'-lO twenty-seven copies ; _______ fPHE partnersh'p of HENRY ROSENFELD & 1 BROTHER was th...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 31 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. jy TO ADVERTlSEßS.»»Th«>circulation of the Dispatch m thsks tihm aa large aa that Of any other Daily paper ia the city of Richmond. It ta therefore greatly superior to any other as a aaetfiutn of *dvrrti»ing. KICHMOND. TA.i Patnrday Maralaf, January 31» 1833. iy Kee First Page for List of Letters, Correspondence of the Dispatch, &r. INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. From the statements made in the late report of the Board of Public Works, it is apparent that the policy of Virginia has undergone a great, and, with all the facts before us, we confidently believe a most l>eneficial change- Nor haa the change in public sentiment been less radical or less important. But a few years ago, it was with the utmost difficulty that even enlightened men could be innde to credit the necessity of works even of the first rank.— Whole neighborhoods—whole counties—whole assemblages of counties—habitually set themselves in oposition to improvements which were...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 31 January 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. lh*tructire Fire in New York. A fire occurred in New York on Wednesday night, which destroyed about $500,000 worth of property. It commenced at No. 39, Nassau street, occupied by Libby At Forby, importers of dry-goods. Before it couid be stayed, it destroyed that and several tenements in Liberty » reet. The following are the sufferers, with the amounts of their losses, and their insu- rauce : Hustings, Libby At Forby, loss about $50,000. N. B. Oatley, loss $40,000 ; insured for *30,000. Freeman, Hodges At Co-, loss about $60,(W0. John Lockwood, loss on stock about $05,000. Doremus, Nixon At Co., loss about $'250,000. Lester. Fisher Ac Robinson, loss on stock about $75,(500. _______ Kossuth at Pitltburg—Hi* Addreis to the ladies. I'ITTSBCRG, Jan. 29.—Gov. Kossuth addressed the Ladies' Association this afternoon, at the Second Presbyterian Church. About one ' thousand ladtei were present, and a few gentlemen, the proceeds of» hich amount to $1,000. The Rev. Win. Howar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 31 January 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCh TASTINGS OF PUNCH. . The last number fast an unusual quantity of good things. / Punch's Every-Day Book.—January.— This month derives ita name from Janus, who had two faces, one sad and the other smiling; the former contemplating the Christmas bills, the latter looking on at the festivities of the season. In ancient prints, January is sometimes represented as a veteran with a woodman's axe—perhaps the identical one that the old year had just cut his stick with. January Ist.—The practice of giving presents on new year's day is as old as the Romans, who gave each other figs and dates; but the precise date cannot be ascertained, nor <s the earliest fig to be found in any collection of facts and figures. In Queen Elizabeth's time, all the royal servants presented Iter majesty with gifts, and her pastry-cook gave her some tarts; but in these days puffs are, happily, not acceptable to rovalty. Suitors to the courts of law frequently gave gloves as new year's g...

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

VOL 2--NO. 89. THE DAILY DISPATCH. JAS. A COWARPIN, Proprietor. HUGH R NT*, Editor. CASH TERMS OK ADVERTISING. I square, 1 insertion *0 50 I 1 square, 1 month »4 00 1 do 2 insertions 075 1 do 2 mnn'hs 700 1 do 1 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 ? do lweok 17511 do 6 do 16 00 I do 2 week* 275 | 1 do 1 year 30 00 fpgr Communications are charged at the same Utes as advertisements. r®"" Ten lines or I'*t makt a square; longer adWrusements in exact proportion, and payable in ad- Advertisements Inserted once a week,twice • week, or three times a week, will be «bar<«d 40 eents for the tiret insertion, and .'»7i cenU tor each tontinuance. fte t „ ry* Marriage notlcei Inserted for 2o cent®; rulentf notices 25 cents ; Deariis, without obituary or funeral invitation, 13| cents. The " IJailv Dispatch" is served to subscribers at six and a quarter cents per vexk, payable to the tarrier weekly. Price for mailing, ®4 a year in advance. THE WEEKLY DISPATCII U published every Friday morning, and ma...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. or TO ADVRRTlSßßß—Theolreulstioa «T the Dispatch it thus times a* Urja m that of any other Daily piper la the city of Richmond. (I is therefore greatly superior to tmf other M S ■tedium of advertising. RICHMOND*. T. Monday Morning, February 31, IS.V*. KOSSUTH AND CONSUL HODGE. We publish, on the outside page, an interesting letter from Washington to the N. Y. Express, with the remarks of that paper oo this subject. The statements of the letterwriter sustain the opinion expressed by us the other day, that there was nothing iu the conduct of Mr. Hodge, to justify the furious denunciations of Kossuth and his partizsns. On the contrary, the first named functionary appears to have acted with singular forbearance throughout the whole affair. Through his influence, and much against the wishes of the French Government, the Hungarians had been permitted to land at Marseilles, upon the express condition that they should not be dressed in uniform, lest their appearance in t...

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

THE LATEST NEWS. The Steamer Powhatan. The steamer Powhatan was in a fog Saturday evening, and with great difficulty made the trip to Aquia Creek. At that point, so dense was the fog that the way to the landing could not be seen, and she got aground. The passengers, mail and baggage, had to be landed in boats. The cars consequently did not reach here till 12 o'clock Saturday night. The cars from Fredericksburg arrived yesterday evening at an early hour, without the Northern mail. This was occasioned by the grounding of the Powhatan. She was unable to get off in time to perform the up and down trip. MRS. FORREST. Mrs. Forrest, according to notice, will appear to-night on the stage in New York, at Brougham's Lyceum. It is said that she will not accept the liberal alimony decreed by Court, but wishes to owe her support to her own exertions. It is reported that Mr. Forrest will play during the week at the Broadway Theatre. A letter from New Yor, alluding to Mrs. Forrest's appearance, sa...

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

THE DAILY PIS?A,TQH A 818TRT8 DEATH. Bh» died upon * winter's night, wt£i£2s,lSMfc. bl . A* it ah one on thabreturt of the froaett tooafc, And over the Ae.4*«f anew. At she lay that night Ir the pale moonlight, Which fell on herresceful bed, She teemed ttk* the Tom ol a sculptured saiat Without aign of woe or of mortal taint, With a glory aroocd her heed. With her eyelidt cloeed, t«d her lips apart, And her annt like theaatrble fair, Crost'don her bosom, and gently press'd, 6be lay, at lift; tank to her peactfulrett, In the mute repote of prayer. When the morning broke, and we gazed again A tmile to her lace teemed given ; And though our spirit* were crushed and sad, The Ch'i«tma*b"lls *oon made u« glad, For we knew *he woke in heaven. How to Procure Rai.*.—A letter from Bevrout in the Observatore Tn<r»tino, states that the OtJoman Government has ordered everv Mussulman to pray for rain on account of the great drought, and givea the following description of ihe ceremony: ...

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

VOL 2—NO. !H). r 111 |)\II,Y DISPATCH. /AS A. COWARPIN, Proprietor. [ICG II r7 I' >TH, Editor. r*,*V. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. , 1 insertion f0 50 1 1 square, 1 month $4 00 1 * do 2 insertion. 075 | 1 do 2 n.on'h. 700 * j •> <to ICO 1 do «S do 10 00 1 t 1 w<*k 1 751 I do 6 do 16 00 1 J° •> weeks 275 I 1 do 1 vear 30 00 1 Communication. ar« charged at the same * as advertisements. r,,, i„ us or left makf a fqvare; longer ad•elements in exact proportion, and payable in adn2S-'. u\ ertiseraents Inserted once a week, twice J { or three times « week, will be 4 har*ed iO u ti r the hrst insertion, and J7i cents lor each *°rar Marriage notice* inserted for 25 cents; Fua», u „. g Ig cpnts ; Deafhs, without obituary or Sfrtf'-H, invitation, 12i cents. The I )A "- V Dispatch" is served to subscriber. - and a quarter ctta* per ttftk, payable to the weekly- Trice for mailing, ti a year in adt.oce tHE WEEKLY DISPATCH i. -reV.shed every Fridav m...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH, *#- TO AUVKKTIHSRS-Thectmipo* •f the Dt»rATGM is thhk* tikks u Urge m that •f any other Daily paper in the city of JRickno&d. It t* then-fore »n*ntly superior to as?other m • mriium of advertising. RICHMOND. TA.i Taeaday Moraia«, February 3, 1853. INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS The second great improvement noticed in the report of the Board of Public Works, is the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad. It is impossible to over-estimate the importance of this great undertaking, not only to the State of Virginia, but to the whole Union. The country through which it passes, is surpassed byno other on the continent in productiveness, whether its agricultural character be taken into consideration, o? the vast amount of mineral wealth which it is to develope, und to bring to rusrket. It "threads'' the most fertile portion of the James River Valley, in connection with the South-side Railroad to Petersburg, and iti continuation to Norfolk. It penetrates the immensely rich m...

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

THE LATEST NEWS. The Rumored Fraud on the Government--The Trial of Wells--The Thaw and the Potomac, &c. Washington, Feb. 1.--In regard to the rumored great fraud detected by the government, I learn that there has been no such thing discovered as a fraud on the Treasury, and that there is a misconception in the matter. The rumor, I presume, refers to the fact of the arrest of an American here, by the government, on account of some illegal intrigue with Mexico, touching transactions between that government and our own--the illegality of shich may be perceived in an extract of the law published by the State Department as a warning against such interference a few weeks since. Our Criminal Court met as usual yesterday, but, in consequence of the severe indisposition of one of the jurors in the Wells case, the arguments were postponed. Great apprehension is felt here that the breaking up of the ice on the Potomac will endanger the Potomac bridge. The weather continues mild and...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH C>«*»s>«i<»act sf the Dally Dtepatcfc. Two Execution*-Mr». Forrett on the Stage. Fourierum profitable. SfC. New York, Friday, Jan. 30. Tbe murderer Gruniig was not executed toJay. Another culprit, however, paid the penalty of his crime by hia life, to day. Lawrence Reilv, convicted of the murder of hia mother-in-law, was executed at noon in Brooklyn, by the aheriff of Kin; countv. This is the first capital punishment that has occurred ia that county since the Revolution. At the same time, another man, Hiram Knickerbocker, was executed at Buffalo, for murder. The theatrical world is anxiously awaiting the debut of Mrs. Forrest upon the stage. Sbe appears on Monday next as lady Teazle, in the School for Scandal. Some scandal is excited by this movement on her part, though the friends of the lady apologize for her on the ground of prior engagements, and her inability to meet the heavy forfeiture which would ac- . crue. It is also asse...

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

VOL 2--NO. 92. •THE nATLY DISPATCH. % s A . COWARDIN, Proprietor. bcoh Editor. TERMS OK ADVERTISING. . -..X' {insertion 90 50 I 1 square, 1 month 94 00 | re, insertion* 075 1 do Si mon'h* 700 1 i° i dT ioo'i do a do iooo 1 , w.-ek 175 I 1 do 6 do 16 00 \ So 2 week. 2 Tsl 1 ao 30 00 EST c onuuunleadoM are charged at the fame —rfa, advertisements. , _ . r/i um«• i"" mAht a •" J2SK *1 in exact proportion, and payable In ad- lavertiwmenU inserted once a week, twice ~r three times * week, will >>« iharged SO J t! • the ftrtt insertion, and 3~i ccnU tor each notice. Inserted for 25 cent.; FuVertices 25 cents Deaths, without obituary or invitation, 12* centt. , .. h.ulv DftPATCH" is served to subscribers ». m and a «a-rftr c*»U per r«*. payable to the wi-ekiy- Price for mailing, *4 a year in adf»coe. ___ ,— the wbkklv dispatch „ pushed every Friday morning and mailed tor o<c* doixab a vkar. To Ci.ubs, for 95 sixcoSet for $10 thirteen copies; for $15 twenty ...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH,! Mr TU AUtr*RTlrtlU*«.-nieclr^tioa Cthc ?>wr*TCH is tkju» tmbs aa largo that any otlMf D*ily paper i» th« city oCJtidmond. II to lacrefoce greatty superior to aa a wediura «f advertising. RICHMOWP. T/U Wednesday Manrtag, fafcraary 4,185 J. ~ EUROPEAN AFFAIRS. We fool extremely anxious to receive the ■ewe by th« Ham bold t in full, the telegraphic despatches having done little more than raise our curiosity. That Louis Napoleon ia determined to carry every thing with a high hand, a sufficiently evident. That he will aucceed ia making himself Emperor of the French, there cannot be a doufct. When seven millions of men, over twenty-one years of age, in a single nation, vote that they are not fit for self-govern-ment, no man has a right to complain. If Lonis Napoleon be, aa wi doubt not he is, a great rascal and a great tyrant, he is still, according to oar republican maxim, that all power emanutes from the people, the most legitimate .Monarch tbat ever sat ...

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

the latest news. Vestructi ** Of the SUXtfrfiute at Coi*nb*i, Coloibos, Ohio, Feb. I.—The old Stateu oU se was completely destroyed by fir# this mo. nine. The fire broke out in the Senate dumber, about 3i o'clock, and before the Van ce could be reached the heat had become " intense as «o drive the firemen and othera to !S-h a distance as to render all efforts to save t h e building unavailable. The deak of the c u,k of the House was saved, together with moat of the valuable papers of the bod), but eirr y thing else was destroved. The Legislature will probablv adjourn after t e reception of Gov. Kossuth, who is expected here on Wednesday. The Odeon, fro I','s Hall, or the Supreme Court room *;;! probablv be used for the meeting of the 1 o • :sla:ure until other arrangements ure made. CONGRESS It; the Senate Monday the bill for the payment of the next instalment of the Mexican ind'eaiuiiy, and the bill tor the relief of the \s.erican citizens lately iraprisioned and pardoned by the Qu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 4 February 1852

THE DAILY* DISPATCH ' fAIWT LEE. " nxmtmtbtT, Fanny Lee, lliiaay day* of old, When both our youthful heart! wet* free Fran taint of guile or gold f Doyou remember how they passed, Those long and happy days t We thought they would forever last, With all their brtWurt ray a PmM me of i summer's day. When though the old barn-door, The sun slid in to join our play Bpeh the slippery Boor; When, tirod of play, we sat and made Those chains of flowers and grass. We Utile thought how flowers will fade— Those scene* like *hadow*pass. Do *oi remember, Fanny Lee, When we were older grown. We eat beneath the willow tree, Just by the lske, alone t The shimmering of the early moon, Across the water came, To listen, aa. in murmured tone, We spoke each other's naoae. I'm aitting now, this summer's dawn, Beside that pla.id lake. And thinking o'er tbe pleasure's got e — My heart is nigh to break ! Oh. Fanny Lee. where'er thou art, Haat thou forgot tbe pact? Doe* Memory ne'er around thy heart Hex food ...

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

VOL 3--NO. 93. =y7g A COWARPIN, Proprietor. | HIGH RTVIttASANTH.gaifr. rA c H TERMS OK ADVERTISING. , • «so 50 I 1 square, 1 month (H 00 1 nusre, l ,n rt J i do Smoti'hi 700 If £ ICO Ido3 do 1000 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 d<- \ * 2 Tr< t d 0 i ye«r 30 00 1 t3T CommuntcaUor.s are charged at the *ame maie a ,<nt ? e; ,o h rr a a* in esact proportion and payable in ad-»,i,-#rtisements Inserted once a week, twice » —k. will be » lor the first insertion, and 37j cent* tor each Marriage notice* inserted for 25 cent*; Fu25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or Ui'lv D iATCH"*is served to subscribers andl ctnts prr payable to the * r *>r weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year in adTHE WEEKLY DISPATCH . _„hrtshed every Friday morning, and mailed for OVF DOLL A R *0 CLCBS.for #5 *ix CO[f, for #10 thirteen copies; for #15 twenty c 0*,,,; *~,; for 320 t STOCK OF DRY GOODS IN Yr FOR ONE MONTH LONGER.—It L n .'impossible, on account of our still large s...

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

THE DAILY DISPATOH. CT TO Att»B»TIKICIM -Ttotln «l tke t>isr atch ia tmkeb nnt aa Uttfs a* feat ef aay other Daily paper »■ the city of Richmond. It la therefore greatly superior to aay other aa a medium of advertising. RICHMOND. TA.t Tfc«rw*ay Msnriag, Fehmary 3,1899. TRADE OF THE SOUTHWEST. A letter from Lieutenant Maury to the inviting committee of the late railroad convention in New Orleant, is published in the Washington Union. It is eminently characteristic, netting forth at considerable length the bold and original views of its distinguished author. He discusses at considerable length, the causes of the decline of the New Orleans export sea trade, and attributea it to the entire change in the whole commercial system. Railroada and canals have taken off in other directions, the produce which formerly found vent, only thiough the inouth of the Mississippi, and the sugar of Louisiana, now goes'up, instead of down that stream. For this there is no remedy, nor is it to ...

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

NEWS. = KOSSI!TH IN CLEVELAND. u ssuth addressed a great multitude in r ,„ri a ,,d on ihe 2nd inst. In the courae of ,peecl), he gave the cold shoulder to the \ S -!iiioni*Wi by declaring that he would not k upon particular questions on which he fr ' 1 requested to give his opinions, be- ' ' ■ j| I( ,v w ere not his business. To discuaa Questions, b< - said he would only behelp--1 , j ,!o the work of Hulsemann and Bodisco, c not fool enough, he said, in that i so become the tool of Russia. i> e lin.i determined to decline a public re- - ,r. in Cincinnati. His letter to the come , :ce pi that city says : I decline, in the most solemn way, every •Jsiun. illumination, banquet and costly •, ta nmenl. Allow me to provide for my '&! mg and board. Whatever you have . ;«od to bestow for these objects, let the , be given towards the Hungarian L\ nJ." I - t'-e afternoon of the 2d, Kossuth made an .. to a meeting tit' the friends of Hungary, i -.ilii it was th...

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

THE DAILY dispatch C«TTW|«»<WM »f ffc* ©•■#■«■&• Xm)» IW-Tk Ctpiai* «/ <i« i*»rt **' York, Sunday, Feb. 2. The distinguishing month of Irftp Yew opens to vi to-day. The Bloomers now have their chance, end they «eem to be determined to improve their opportunities for the friends of the new costume. "Strong-minded American Women" have issued a manifesto in which they declare their decision of dying, if need be, for their "rights," the said rights consisting in the donning of boots and pantaloons. Vexily! American women are up to the spirit of (ne times. The evening pspers publish a rorrespond'nce between Mr. Webster and Don Calderon de la Barca, coupled with letters from the Presidents of the Mutual, Union, and Mercantile Insurance Companies of this city, regarding the services of Don tiuillermo Chaca, Captain of the port of Havana, to United States vessels in distress. The Insurance Companies named, have presented to this officer a service of family ...

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