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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 31 October 1853

YOL. I.—NO. 175. THE RICHMOND MAIL, PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY ROSE & SEMPLE. Oi'ice on Thirteenth Street , between Main and Cary . tKKMS —Daily Paper, in the city, $3 per annum in advance, $4 when raid at the expiration of the ‘ or S U and a quarter-'ents per week, payable to the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in allvane.'- or So, at the expiration of the year. Single roDios, one cent each, [Postage per quarter, to any naituf the State cents.] P THE SESII Weekly, " ill be mailed to subscribers at 41 per year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part or ■glnia. 26 cents.] . , The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in advance: or $2, payable at the expiration ottne year. Postage per annum to any part ol the State, only 13 cents. | ADVERTISING. is THE DAILY. One square of twelve lines, one year Two squares “ each, one year 40.00 One square, one insertion, 01 it each succeeding insertion 25 IN THE SEMI-WEEKLY. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 31 October 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BT C. A. ROSK A. W. M. SEMPLE. The circulation of the Richmond Mail is now very large and increasing daily. Besides the daily circulation in the city ant country, there is also a large Somi-Woelily country edition of which advertisers got tho benefit. MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31,1868. The Opening of the Fair. To-morrow our State Fair begins. So far every thing bos progressed towards a consummation, under tho most favorable auspices, We trust that none of our farmers, far or near, may have been deferred from entering the lifts of competition from any feeling of backwardness in exhibiting their productions, or any too hasty appro heusion of being surpassed by others. The City aathorities have done all in their power. It now only remains for the farmers to avail themselves of the facilities provided. By reference to the local colamu, oar readers will find the announcement of the order of the exhibition, War or no Wart Since the day when tho prospect of a Northwest pas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 31 October 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS. Arrival olftlic Olxlo. New York, Oct. 2S. — The steamer, Ohio, yliich left Aspiuwall on the 18th has ar■ived, bringing $928 000 of gold on freight, ind $200,000 in the hands of passengers. Che Falcon sailed for Now Orleans on the lame day. An accident happened on the Panama abroad on the Ist inst. While the train vhich conveyed the passengers and mails , y the Illinois was passing over, the loco aotive came in collision with a bull just as he train was crossing a bridge, throwing hetrain off the track, tearing up the bridge ,nd precipitating the cars into a ravine 16 ect deep. The locomotive and five cars ,ere smashed. An Irishman and native piployed about the bridge were the only fersens killed Patrick Howard, a pasenger, had both his legs broken, and sevral others were more or less bruised. Eighteen deserters from the U. S. frigate lolumbia had been arrested on the Musuito coast, where they had been making disturbance, and taken to Aspinwall in rons. Jatxms Fole...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 31 October 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. Female Orchestras. —William Beckford, writing from Venice, iu 1780, says; —“The sight of the orchestra, still makes mo smile. You know, I suppose, it is en tirely of the feminine gender, and that noth ing is more common than to sec a delicate white baud journeying across an enormous double bass, or a pair of roseate cheeks puffing with all their efforts, at a French horn. Some that are grown old and Amazonian, who have abandoned their fiddles and their lovers, take vigorously to the keltic drum; mid one poor limping lady, who had been crossed in love, now makes an admirable figure on the bassoon.” Meaning of the woed Papal. —The origin of the term is Oriental. It is derive ~ J from papas, (father,) papal, (belonging to the father,) papist, (one who adheres to the authority of the father.) The word papal was used iu lower Greek, with the signification given, and is still applied by the Greek Church to the priests of that communion. In the Western Church the title w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 1 November 1853

VOL. L—NO. 17 G. THE RICHMOND MAIL, TS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY BOSE & SEMPLE. I Q t y ice on Thirteenth Street , between Main and Cary. I TERMS —Daily Paper, in the city, $3 per annum ia advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the Year- or six and a quarter cents per week , payable to the carrier. When mailed, $i per year, in advuuce; or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any ;Wt of the State cents.] n f 'pug Semi-Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers at S3 per year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of Virginia, 26 cents.] . The Weekly will be sent for si P er year, in advance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum to any part of the State, only 13 cents,] ADVERTISING. IN THE DAILY. I One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 Two squares “ “ each, one year 10.00 . 1 One square, one insertion, . •>“ H&am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 1 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BY C. A. ROSE <fc TV. M. SEMPLE. caii.-~r:r— ■ -- ■ ■ l=l rSS* The circulation of the Richmond Mail ia now very largo and increasing daily. Besides the daily circulation in the city and country, there is also a large Semi-Weekly country edition of which advertisers get the benefit. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1,1553 Agricultural Pursuits. A few reflections on this subject will not be deemed inappropriate at a time when we have among us so many farmers, and when the public mind is so much directed to Agriculture and its products, — Poets have sung of the beauties, advantages and pleasures of this glorious life; — Statesmen after the turmoil and labor of political life, and the contentions of the legislative hall, gladly seek repose and retirement on the farm ;-merchants after the vexations and toils and uncertainties of their calling have worn down their health and energy, longingly hope to spend the remnant of their days in agriculture ; Professional men,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 1 November 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS Addltl° lial NevvsDy tile Arctic. jfgw York, Oct. 30.—The steamer Arc* tic has arrived, bringing Liverpool dates to O C t, I9th and 220 passengers. Among the latter are Signor Martucelli, the Neapoli!i tan Minister; Hon. D. D. Barnard, late Minister to Prussia; Judge Douglas, Messrs, tdj Lenfby and Lami Effendi, Commissioner from Egypt to the CrystaTPalace. *** v.i Constantinople, Oct. sth, — The city is & tranquil. A part of the Russian army will ;!i go into winter quarters at Bucharest. 6 Odessa, Oct. 6.—The Turkish declaration Is of war has been received here. The corps ■lf 0 f Gen. Luders is still in this vicinity, ex peeling marching orders;. The greatest ;V confid encß prevails in commercial circles. I The Eastern Question. — The London S Times says that the Turkish manifesto is 1 one of the strongest and most unanswera ble State papers issued during the present century. "Russian subjects in Turkey have been placed under Austrian protection. ouThe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 1 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. La Faroe Hotel.—Tim ib the next of the pplendid hotels to hd completed in this city, (saya the Journal of Commerce,) and now rapidly in progress.— The marble front is almost finished and is among the most imposing on Broadway. The interior is decorated i i the richest manner, with the design of surpassing all predecessors. From 450 to 600 guests will be accommodated. The public opening is expected to take place some time next April. The architect is Janies Ren wick, jr. Beautiful Extract. —The velvet moss grows on a sterile rock, the mlsletoe fl >urishes on the naked branches, the ivy clings to the mouldering ruins, the pine and cedar remain fresh and fadeless amid the mutations of the receding }'ear; and, Hea yen be praised ! something green, something beautiful to see and grateful to the soul» will, in the darkest hour of fate, utill twine its tendrils around the crumbling altars and broken arches of the desolate temple of the human heart. Goochland —...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 2 November 1853

YOL. L—NO. m THE RICHMOND MAIL, 7 „ pUDLISUEB BVKKY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) , BY ROSE & SEMPLE. ,u nmee on Thirteenth Street, between Main and Cary. TUIIMS —Daily Paper,in the city, $3 per annum n advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the ... or six and a garter cents per week, payable . o the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in nd■or $3, at the expiration of the year. Single ooit'.L one cent each. [Postage per <iuartcr, to any : .art of the State 19% cunts.] Ve Semi-Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers it 43 per year, in advance ; or $4 at the expiration >f they ear. [Postage per annum, to any part of ilKfeiaia, 36 cents.] , . , \ The Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, in adtrance; or $3, payable at the expiration of the year. postage per annum to any part of the State,pnly M 3 cents.] ADVERTISING. IN THE DAILY. One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 s Two squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 : One square, one Insertion, 60 n u each su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 2 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BY C. A. ROSE <fc W. M. SEMPLE. ttiy- Tbo circulation of the Richmond Mail is now very largo and increasing daily. Besides the daily circulation in the city anl country, there is also a large Semi-WeeUly country edition of which advertisers got the benefit. '■WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2,1553. Advantages of the -‘Agricultural Fall-.” In an article in yesterdays paper we promised to allude to this subject again.— In this utilitarian age, (and we do not ro> gret it is so) whenever any scheme is proposed or carried into execution there are always enquiring minds who will ask “Cut bono?” or what is to be accomplished by it ? We are not Agriculturists enough to perceive in all its bearing the good that is to result from the important event which is now agitating and interesting our State and City. But we believe that it will form an important era in the history of Virginia. It will assist in some censiderable degree in developing the Agricultural...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 2 November 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS. Meeting in Reference to Bronson’s Removal. New Yoek, Oct. 31, —A meeting of the me chants was held at the Exchange today, which was organized by the election of G.B. Lamar as chairman. Resolutions wc re passed denouncing the removal of Judge Bronson, but no speeches were made. The meeting was fully attended. Fire—Collision at Sea. b Portsmouth, Va., Oct. 81.—The Beacon office in Norfolk was fired last night, and the upper part of the building much burnt. The materials were saved. The sebr. R. Fawler, hence for Portland, was run into on Friday night by a brig, and lost all her fore.'.^ing. Heavy Bank Robbery. New York, Oct. 81. — The Bank of the State of New York was robbed/to day of $87,000. No clue has yet been had to the robber or robbers. t Tub Ohio River. — We understand that a telegraphic despatch from Wheeling, received yesterday morning, states that there was a depth of six feet in the channel of the river at that place, and that goods were shipping rapidly...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 2 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. For the “ Mail.” Impromptu Lines. TO ON RETURNING A ROSE BUD. It has graced my young brow—it has lain oo my breast, And close to my warm heart, all night it was pressed; That heart whose pulsations, tho’ many or few, Will beat while they last, for none, love, but you. Then take the sweet bud, though of beauty bereft, And its delicate odour is all that is left—’Till be dear for the truthful assurance it gives, That all the devotion I once felt still lives ! R. Richmond, October 29th, 1853. Earthquake in Central America. —Late advices from Central America state that there had been felt a very severe shock of an earthquake in the town of Canas on the 24th of August. Not only were all the houses unroofed, but several of them were entirely demolished. Persons thus left houseless had to occupy some of the public buildings in Bagases. The earthquake was' repeated, though with less demand, on the Bth of September, and the shook continued with more or less violence al« mos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 3 November 1853

VOL. I. —NO. m THfi RICHMOND MAIL* IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) BY ROSE & SEMPLE. Office on Thirteenth Street , between Main and Cary. TERMS —Daily Paper, in the city, $3 per annum in advance, $1 when paid at the expiration of the vear; or six and a quarter cents per week, payable to the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year,m advance ;or SO, at the expiration of the year, single copies, one cent each. [Postage per quarter, to any cart of the State 19% cents.] .. The Semi-Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers at $3 per year, in advance; or $1 at the expiration of the year. [Postage per annum, to any part o* Tirginia, 26 cents.] . , The Weekly will be sent for lj.l per year, in advance; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year. [ Postage per annum to any part of the State, only 13 cents.] ADVERTISING. IN THE DAILY. One square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 Two squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 One square, one insertion, . n a each succeeding insertion 2o ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 3 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BY C. A. ROSE &, W. M. SEMPLE. jjtg- The circulation of the Richmond Mail is now yory largo and increasing daily. Besides the daily circulation in the city and country, there is also a largo Semi-Weekly country edition of which advertisers got the benefit. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1863. Rotation In Office—Distribution of Offices among the Sections of a Party, or of a Country. We speak of these things together, not because there is any necessary or proper connexion between them, but because they have been advocated upon the same false and dangerous principle. That principle is, that the object of having offices, is not to promote the good of the community, bat to reward office-holders. A consequence of this is, that these rewards must be distributed with due impartiality among all the classes, and individuals of society, all portions of a country or party. Now it is evidently a sheer impossibility to give every citizen an office, without doing whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 3 November 1853

NEWS BY THE MAILS. Mariisc Uisastcrs. Boston, Nov. I.—Portions of a wreck, supposed to be of the steamer Ajax, were seen on Sunday night 40 miles from Cape Cod, The Ajax tow boat left Boston harbor, with thirteen persons on hoard, eight days ago. it is supposed that they have all perished. The schr. H. Jenkins from Holmes’ Hole, picked up at sea a boat containing the crew of the schr. Edmund Adams, of Philadelphia, from Port Richmond for Jersey city, which had sprung a leak and been abandoned. The crew bad been in a boat for two days, without provisions and water. Democratic aud Frce-Soil Coalition. Boston, Nov. I—The Democratic and Free-Soil Conventions, which met at Con* cord yesterday, formed a coalition, each party nominating three candidates for the Senate. The Democratic Convention passed a resolution declaring insubordination and dictation, on the part of a public officer to the head of the nation, treason to the democracy, and that the removal of Collector Bronson by the Pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 3 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. Sheridan Knowles Lecturing on Pope - RY.-The celebrated dramatic writer, Sheridan Knowles is delivering lectures in Scotland against Popery, especially in reference to the welfare of Ireland, and the evangelization of the Irish living in Scotland. A Spanish engineer has just made the discovery of a gun with which sixty shots may be fired in succession. This diabolical weapon has been presented to the Spanish government. Eight hundred Poles, refugees and exiles, have put down their names at the Ottoman Embassy in Paris, as ready to take arms against Kussia for the Sultan, in case of war. t|W* A queer society has been formed in the city of Philadelphia, called the ‘Bro-ken-Hearted Club.’ Its members are a sad set of miserable dogs, who have been badly used by the world, and whose only consolation will be the recital of their mutual sorrows. Fairfax News comes to us much improved in its typographical appearance, and evinces great industry on the part of its editor. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 4 November 1853

VOL. L—NO. 179 r fl PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING (SUNDAY EXCEPTED) 1 BY ROSE & SEMPLE. Mice on Thirteenth Street, between Main and Cary. TERMS —Daily Paper, in the city, $3 per annum advance, $4 when paid at the expiration of the or - or six and a quarter cents per week , payable the carrier. When mailed, $4 per year, in adnfe •or $5, at the expiration of the year. Single .; es ’ one cent each. [ Postage per quarter, to any rtof the State cents.] raK Semi-Weekly, will be mailed to subscribers iter year, in advance; or $4 at the expiration the year. [Postage per annum, to any part of pffinia, 26 cents.] . rTiE Weekly will be sent for $1 per year, m adace; or $2, payable at the expiration of the year, tstage per annum to any part of the State, only cents,J ADVERTISING. IN THE DAILY. )ne square of twelve lines, one year $30.00 Vo squares “ “ each, one year 40.00 )ne square, one insertion, oO { “ each succeeding insertion 2d IN THE SEMI-WEEKLY. 3ne square, one insertion, 75 « “ e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 4 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. BY C. A. ROSE & W. M. SEMPLE. The circulation of the Richmond Mail is now very largo and increasing daily. Besides the daily circulation in the city and country, there is also a largo Semi-Weekly country edition of which advertisers got the benefit. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4,1853. The Fair—Order for to day. —To-day at ten o’clock the reports of the Judges will be read from the stand and the premiums distributed. After the public exhibition of the premium animals there will be an auction for the sale of live stock. Wliat Is a Brick I When Admiral Saunders, that terror of old Fogies, and formerly editor of the Democratic Review, was about to leave New York to enter upon the duties of an office to which he had been appointed, he addressed a letter to a Hard-Shell Convention in that city, in which he denominated Collector Bronson, most emphatically, a brick. As it is evident the Admi ral did not allude to that useful parallelipipedon known to masons as a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 4 November 1853

news by the mails. Massachusetts National Democrats. Boston, Nov. 1. —The national democrats of Essex county met at Salem to-day, and selected a senatorial ticket and passed re solutions endorsing the Baltimore platform, the President’s inaugural, and setting forth that they await with patience the act of the cabinet which shall show thatit means to carry out in good faith the wishes and intentions of the national democrats who nominated and elected General Pierce; also, declaring that, though they have confidence in General Pierce’s appointments, those made in Essex county have been in direct opposition to his pledges.. The course of Mr. Bronson is approved, his removal being attributed to Mr. Cushing. Great Trotting and Pacing Race. Hew Yoek, Nov. 2. — The great trotting and pacing race for a purse of SIO,OOO, between the celebrated trotter Prince and pacer Hero—distance ten miles—came off over the Centreville course, Long Island, yesterday. A large number of persons were present....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Richmond Mail — 4 November 1853

THE RICHMOND MAIL. A New American Vocalist. —ltis stated that private letters from Europe speak most highly of the great progress made by Miss May, of Washington city, who has been for two years pursuing a severe course of study with a view to become an operatic singer. It is supposed she will make her debut in one of the European capitals at the next musical season. The Russian War-Cht.— I The Russian proclamation to the army concludes with these words : “ Russia is called upon to annihilate Paganism, and those who would oppose her in that sacred mission shall be annihilated with the Pagans. Long life to the Czar. Long life to the God of the Russians I” B3?” Hon. VVm. C. Preston has returned to South Carolina from a protracted sojourn at the North, in improved health. The improvement of the soil with the facilities within the reach of the farmer, and well fed stock, are more certain means of reward than the fancied theories of speculators. 1®” The man who ‘embraced a favorable oppo...

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