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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 7 August 1852

THE DAILT DISPATCH *f A® Bllptteli Old Point Co*ro*T, Va., ) Angmtt 5, 1852. \ Mi*»ri. Ehitorm—On looking ovor the pa per* io (he reading room attached to the Hy reis Hotel, my eye fell upon a number of the Richmond Dispatch. and »o wan t to ge t hold of it befor- an* »oe else—for the pre ference it has over all other Richmond papers ia verv ei*at—that I threw down the "mam moth"' New York Herald, and commenced perusing, the "little pet," as it ia generally termed by all who have ever read two num tors of it. I found it very interesting, ami did I intend remaining here any length of time, I should like to have it mailed me regularly WMJ day. U.i For the life of me I cen'c conceive why such a finely situated watering place ss this, should have such a small nsmber of visitors, espe cially at the height of the season. I here is nothing wanting, I assure you, on the pari ot the gentlemanly proprietors of the Hvgeia Hotel, Messrs. Reynolds &. Co., to render the sqjourn cf the seeker ...

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. — 9 August 1852

VOL 2--NO 243 rHK DAILY DISPATCH 7aS A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. Hl lill R. I'MiAMNTS, K<ilur. CASII TEKMS OK ADVERTISING. 1 1 interior f0 50 | 1 square, 1 month 94 00 1 <3o 2 insertions 075 j 1 do 2 months 700 I ao 3 do ICO 1 do a do 10 00 I do 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2 week* 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 jy Communication* are charged at the tame rati** at advertisements. jy Ttn liiet or lot makt m if««r«; longer ad ftrusements in exact proportion, and payable in ad . , rjr Advertisements inserted once a week, twice a wivk. or thrye timet a week, will be charged SO tents tor the first insertion, and 37J cenu tor eacto tantinuance. jy Marriage notices inserted for 25 cents; Fu b«"k. r. A ticfs 25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or fto«rai invitation, 12$ cents. Tin' "Daily Dispatch"la served to subscribers at m aid a quarter unit per ttceit, payable to the «i<-rier weekly Price for mailing, #4 a year In ad- V.-<W. TIIK WEEKLY DISPATCH It published every Friday morning, ...

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. — 9 August 1852

the daily dispatch. VmSmFSi ■idtanof miivrMmt. RICHMOND, VA.i Mnndny Mamlng, Aifiit 9, 1859. j-y Penoa* Abroad from the city en hare the Dispatch tent to them for inj period of time they may desire, by leaving their order* and paying die eaab for the lime (peel tod. WHO KICKED McDONALDf It it * fact which every one mud have ob served, that all mysteries which have never been satisfactorily explained, are perpetually recur ring to the minds of men for elucidation. Thus it is tliat the authorship of Junius —a question which has not the remotest bearing upon the present condition of mankind —is made the sub ject of unceasing and curious investigation.— Sir David Brewster, devoted his leisure mo ments during thirty years of his life, to rhis subtle inquiry. Other philosophers, less re nowned than he, have addressed themselves to the vexed question of "Who bit Billy Patter, son ?" and thousands of inquisitive intellects have been turned to the unhappy fate of Milly Macpherson. It will no...

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. — 9 August 1852

the latest news. E*ec*t*»* qf Jiattkia* Skupimki Philadelphia, Aug. 6.—The execution of Matthias Skupinski took place in the jail yard this morning at 20 minutes to 11 o'clock. He was hung m presence o( the jury and the few officers only who were admitted. The unfortnnnteman waa dressed in blftck pants, black silk vest and blue coat. He walked from the cell and ascended the scaffold with a firm step, and manifested no eigne of fear. He met his death without anv apparent stnicple.the Sheriff, .Mr. Deal, performing his painful duties in person. On the scaffold he repeatedly aaid that he haJ nothing to sav farther than he had made hi* peace »itli his God and was perfectly wi|. ime to suffer the penalty of the law. After the body had been suspended ab-jut thirty minutes, it was delivered over to the priests, in accordance with the request of the d\ ing man. ' About thirty persons witnessed the execu tion, the Sheriff having withstood the innu merable solicitations made to him for admit....

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. — 9 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH CONGRESS— Friday, BWatc—A resolution was adopted, fixing A»£*ily hour of meeting at eleven o'clock, Mr. Felcb, from the Committee on Public lj**d«. reported the Homestead Bill and lite Land Distribution Bill adversely. Mr. Bor.. Imp* stated that a minority of the Committee mm Public La mis were in favor of the Home- Mead Bill, but that they intend to ofler a sub stitute for the - Bennett Bill " Mr. Sew ar : submitted a resolution, which was adopted, inquiring whether any proposi airas have been made by the King of the Sand wiafe Inlands to transfer the sovereignty of those Wands to the United States. b Mr. Houston submitted a resolution, which was adopted, for the appointment of a commit tee of five, to inquire into abuse*, bribery, or ftaad, in the prosecution of claims before crr**, commissions, or the departments; and Messrs. Houston, Borland, Underwooi, Meri wether, and Brooke were chosen as the Com mittee. The private calendar was postponed, and Ae Indian App...

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. — 10 August 1852

VOL. 2—NO 244 THE DAILY DISPATCH IAS A. CJWARDIN. Proprietor. IH'lill R. PLKASAiNTH, Editor. CASH TERNS OK ADVERTISING. I square, 1 insertion JO 50 I V eqnare. 1 month 94 00 I do '2 insertion* 075 | 1 do 2mon«h«7 00 1 do 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 do 1 vf«k 175 i 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do - w.ydu 'J 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 igjr ri r.:manic*tioa» are charged at the aame ftlfj m nov rUsrment*. GF Ti ft us or U*» make a t quart ,- longer ad wrt'* rr.ccu in exact proportion, and payable in ad n n<e. |3P"" Advertisement* inserted once a week, twice • week, or three times a »vek. will be *harg*d SO aet.ts 1. r the tirst ltsertlon, and J7j centa tor eacts #51;'. ruauce. r*r >t»rri ase notioe* Inserted for 25 centa; Fo bs: a! notice* is cents; Deaths, without obituary or {tu.-ra! invitation, 12$ cents The " Daily Dispatch" la served to aubscribera at jit and a quarter rent* per tcttk, payable to the «arrl«<r weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year in ad- T'QCri- TIIE WEEKLY DISPATCn It publi...

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. — 10 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. LcrTO AUVKHTlWßKM.—Theelrculatloo tr •& DisrATc* is nfui n«*a as targe as that or mi other Daily paper 1b the c.ty of Richmond. I, iTierefore greatly superior to any other aaa ■ *4tum of advertiatng. RICHMOND, VA.t TaeMlsr Maialu Anynt IP, IBW. jy Persons abroad from the city cat have the Diapstch sent to them for any period of time they may desire, by leaving their orders snd paying the cMb for the time specified. THE JAPANESE EXPEDITION AND AMERICAN FOREIGN DIPLOMACY. We copy the subjoined article from the London Globe, for the purpose of showing our readers ihe views taken by "outsiders" of progressive movements in America • [Frotr the London Globe, July 23 ] The American newspapers, which are gar rulous enough, and sufficiently communicative on public as well as private matters, have of late been remarkably taciturn on the subject of the great Yankee armada fitting out in the various dockyards of the Union, and destined to go forth against the Islands 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. — 10 August 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. further by the pacific. The moat deaperatfl election riot« had oc curred in Ireland. At Limerick ihc mob at tacked ihe military, when the latter fired upon them, killing 8 persons and wounding many others. Changes are talked ofin the English rab; inet. M- Grinnell'a American yacht Truant won the prir.e at Liverpool on Saturday. It was currently rumored in Paris that another coup d'etat would take place on the lith August. The approaching marriage of the President with the Princess of Baden, eicites much talk. She is a Protestant, and giand-daughter of Eugene Beaubarnais. The ports of Cuba and the Brazils have been placed under quarantine at Lisbon. , Liverpool, July 28th.—Cotton has been very active at |d advance—tiie sales of the last three da> s reaching 14,000 bales, of which exporters took 5,000 and speculators 12 000 bales. Londok Markets.—The Money market was steady —Consols closed at 100$ a 100| Coffee dull at 44s for Ceylon; Cotton was brisk nnd tending u...

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. — 10 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH <>*«!■ «o4 Mt. Gen. Wnrd.of Westchester,is spoken of na the Oemocrstic candidate for Governor of New York. The Woman's Rights Convention held last year at Worcester, is to meat again this year at Syiacuse, on the Bth of September. The voters of Elizabeth City county, Va ,by • majority of 220, have decided in favor of the continuance of the free achool system. Anew bonk, called the Farmers' Bank of Virginia, has just gone into operation at Lewis fcure, Va. The hay crop of Connecticut is so po"r that in some parts there is hardly hay enough to pay for mowing. A fight occurred in Aberdeen, Miss., on the 21st ult.. between Mr. Joseph Hunt and a man named Brigs*, in which the former was killed. An attempt was made to murder S:r Robert Peel, by some hired pugilists, on the day of the North Warwickshire nomination in England. The corn crop ol Berkeley couutv, Va., now promises to b» as large, if not the largest ever produced in the county. Mr. Wm. Simpson, of Lawre...

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. — 11 August 1852

VOL. 2--NO 245. rUK, DAILY DISPATCH JAS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. Hl litl K. t'KKASANT*, Editor. cash terms or advertising 1 square, 1 insertion 80 50 I 1 square, 1 month 94 00 1 do 2 insertions 075 | 1 do 3 months 700 1 do 3 do ICO 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 do I week 175 I 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2 wwki 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 tr Communications are charged at the aama fate# *« Kii vcrliieir.t'nU Tei hut or Utt mak* a tqiLart; longer ad vart'«'iucuu in exact proportion, and payable in ad rance. tr Advertisements Inserted once a week,twice a week, or three times a we«k. will be sharped SO cants for the tint insertion, and J7j cenu (or each continuance. jy Marriage notice* Inserted for 25 centa; Fu ll'af notices 25 centa; Deaths, without obituary or f tiwral invitation, 12$ centa. The " Daily Dispatch" la aerred to subscriber* at ftz and a quarter ctntt -per teeek, payable to the •airier weekly. Price for mailing, li a year In ad **n«e. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH Ii published every Friday morning, and ...

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. — 11 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH* L (J> TO ADVKHTIMBKJS.—TfceeireaUUon of%DisrATCHU thmmu that of aar otter Daily paper is the ctf of BUbmi. It U uerefore greatly superior to aajr other as a ■ xltam of advertiabtg- UCH3IOND, VA.i Wod—Msriln, As|s»t ll> ISJ3- fy Pervom abroad from the city cat have the Dispatch sent to them for any period of time they ■aay desire, by leaving their orders and paying the cash for the lime specified. Th* Victory over the Yacht America. —The fame of the yacht "America" as a fast aailer haa invested the account of a late regatta ol the Royal Yacht Club with peculiar -nter est. The telegraph announced some days since that abe was beaten by the "Arrow, one of the oldest cutters in the squadron. An En glish paper says, "it i* gratifying, withjall her previous performances, and the great prcitige of her name,' The America,' that, alter making all our English yacht owners hide their dimin ished heods, and retire in dismay from the contest, on the sume waters, and with...

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. — 11 August 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. North Carolina Election. Two more counties have been beard from which give • small Whig gain. Thin far, Reid's majority is 3325, being a gain of 143 on the tote of 1850. The Election in Mittouri. St. Louis, Aug. 7.—C01. Thouias H. Ben ton has a large majority in the First (St. Louis) District over the regular Democratic and Whig candidates. In the Second District, Alfred Lamb, demo crat is elected by about 300 majority over Por.. ter, whig. In the Third District, John G. Miller, whig, is re elected. In the Fourth District, Mr. Oliver, whig, is elected over James H. Birch, democrat. In the Fifth District, John S. Phelps, dem ocrat, is rv -elected. Gen. Sterling I'rice, Democratic candidate for Governor,is elected, by at least ten thous and roaj. The parties in (he Legislature will be dis tinguished as Benton and ami-Benton. I'reparations for the Free Soil Contention. l'irT*BCß«.. August 9.—The delegates to the National Free Soil Convention are assemb ling in great nu...

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. — 11 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH Cerrrsp«a4eace sf the Dispatch. Washisgtok Citt, Aug. 9. Tbe announcement of the death of Hon. Ro bert Rantoul took moat of our citiseas by sur prise, on yesterday morning. Few were aware of his illness, and his death was wholly unex pected, even by his wife, 12 hours previous to hi* exit. Truly, in the midst of life we are in deaih. • The probable reelection of Gov. Reid, of North Caiolina, has considerably dampened lh« spirits of the Whigs hereabou's, while the Democrats rejoice over the result, and claim the State for Pierce and King in November. I have been unable to ascertain for what •articular purpose the Senate Committee, with Gen Houston at its head, (to investigate cer tain frauds and corruptions alleged to exist in •ad on the departments of the Government,) was appointed. Specific charges have not yet keen made, and what these frauds and corrup tions are. no one seems fully to understand.— Gen. Houston, however, seems to have scented Ml some flagrant ab...

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. — 12 August 1852

VOL. 2—NO 24(3 rhe daily dispatch TaS A CO WARDIN, Proprietor. ll'On K. HI.tAhANT!*, Editor. CASH TERM* OF ADVERTISING. 1 Miiare. 1 insertion SO 50 I X *quare, 1 month 414 00 i do 2 insertion* 075 11 do 2 mon»h* 700 1 do 3 do 100 1 do a do 10 00 j do 1 week- 175 j I do 6 do 16 00 i do 8 weeks 2 751 1 do 1 ye«r 30 00 Qr Ccn mumcktiona are charged at the same n ;,>< *' advertisements ry J,-, or lis i malt* a $ quart; longer ad nrvl mean .n exact proportion, and payable in ad ry Advertisements Inserted once a week, twice * or three time* a week, will be chargsd SO tenu !> " the first insertion, and 37j cent* for each •Oicnusnce. ry- Marriage notice* inserted for 25 cent*; Fu tg-h! notices "ii cents, Deaths, without obituary or f toeral invitation, 12$ cent* The "Dailv Dispatch" la aerved to *üb*criber* ■I rix and a quarter cents per teeek, payable to the aarrter weekly. Price for mailing, 91 a year in ad V »u*o. THK WEEKLY DISPATCH Is pubii*hed every Friday morning, and mailed...

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. — 12 August 1852

„ MCHMOMP. TA.i Tkmfar A——ll», 119. ra> Persons abraad front the titj em haw* the Dispatch sent to tfceaa for any period af time they 4aslre, by ieavtag their or** spaying*# caafa for tha Uasespeeitied. We have received from Messra- ffash St Voodluxue, the sgesta for tbia city, dw July Tfa. of (fee Weatminater Review, which haa beea reprinted with great promptness by the American publisher*. The appearance of this number affords as an opportunity of submit ting some remarks of Iho preaent character and literary tendency of this Journal, which we hava long designed to lay before our read ff|. Few works cf the character of the Westmin ater Review are conducted with greater ability. And the liuwy tone of its articles lias greatly improved wiiLiu a few years past. It jsnot difficult to see that the papers which it gives to the world on the manifold subjects that come under its observation, are written by men who think and feel, wrongly, it i« true, "but strongly. Such intellectual la...

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. — 12 August 1852

CONGRESS—Tot«DA¥. SENAti.-Tba Cfa*tf U*dJ>fm ibsßiwm atoinnntnfcetwn from the Treasury Depart* with • statement of the revenue recti** ed in California while Mr. Collier wm collec tor thei*. Mr. Fish repotted adversely upon the pre position 10 establish a nary-yard and dry-dock on the lakes. Mr. Bright reported a bill to establish an gli3 -°ni»i t»nd navy yard near the falls of the Ohio- . . The Indian sppropriation bill was taken up, # nd numerous amendments were discussed un til the hour of adjournment. Hoosk or IUrKK>fc.NTATiVKs.— Mr. Aiken, rising to a privileged question, replied at some length to what he conceived to be an unwar ranted assault on his constituent*, found in a fpecc'i of Mr. Durket recently appearing in iltr official reports of (lie proceedings of the House. The bill to regulate the costs and fces of officers of the courts of the United El ites w»* next taken up, and upon it (he House was addiessed ut length by Mr. Meade for it, and Mr. Letcher against it....

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. — 12 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH OMiawl Bade. The Pittsburgh Union has three Men in that •ffice that can set 13,000 enu each, •olid matter, •a ten iioura, and one who will aet 16,000 in the aame length of tune, for a wager of $500. J.S. Thrasher, Esq.. formerly of Havana, •i 'rewd the Granite Club at Coocord, N. H., •a Friday evening. Daniel Rogers, the father of the three chil dren burned to death in Boston, died at the Hoi>p'tu) on Thursday evening from burns re ceived in attempting to ssve them. Col. Littleberry Mason, one of the first set tlers of south-west Missouri, died in Berry eoHntv recently. He was a cousin of Hon. John V. Mason, of Virginia. The Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad m oow completed and the cars ruuning across the Catawba liver. Interesting to Topers.—According to the action of Judge Crosby, says the Lowell (Mass.) News, the cost of getting -'tight" in Lowell, under the new liquor law, is three dol lars more titan under the old. I>r. Andrew McFarland, superintend...

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. — 13 August 1852

VOL 2—NO 247 7he~ daily dispatch A. cowARDIN, Proprietor. jH tJ» «• Editor. -<<H TERMS OK ADVERTISING. . i insertion SO 50 1 1 square, 1 month fl 00 ntrti n.O 75 1 do 2 month. 700 V 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 , 1 week 1 7.5 i 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2 wo, k. 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 1 ( - l tn mun,rations are charged at the same ML I »« advertisements ,-j~ j ( .. j yitf or Utt nakt it /quart; longer ad wrrs.-tr.enu in eMCt proportion, and payable in ad 'Vy \dvertt«e.meriU inserted once a week,twice > r thr.-e times a week, will be charged SO •» ! r the tirst insertion, and 37j cents tor each ' Vnniaae notices Inserted for 95cents; Fu «e-*r,, 25 cents , Deaths, without obituary or f «• . -a invitation. 12i cents. The " Daily Dispatch" is aerved to subscribers tii r.~.d a quarter cent* per vrrk, payable to the ».rrl.T w -ekiy Price for mailing. 84 a year in ad V tsae. THE WEEKLY DISPATCII Ii put-.;sbed every Friday morning, and mailed far ox k doli.as A YEAE. ToClubs, for $5 six CO...

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. — 13 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. urrO AWVKKTI«KIO».-Tbeeir«iiattol» o-i&DMritcH ia th»«« rant aa lar«j»a that o' «BT Other Daily paper la the city of Richmond. 11 i«oerefore greatly .uperior to any other aa a m dlum of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.i Friday Morning, A«int IS, 1838. ry Pernona abroad from the city cat hare the Di7patcb aent to them for any period of time they maydeaire, by leaving their orders and paying the caab for the time apecifled. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH, For Friday, August 13, is now ready, and for tale at this office. It is s deeply interesting number, and com prises, amongst other instructive matters, full reports of Court Proceedings and Trials ; A Sermon, by Rev. Mr. Ryland, to his African Congregation ; The Confession of Skupinski, the Murderer; Several interesting Tales ; Ed itoiials; Poetry; Correspondence; Latest News ; Items, &c. Price 3 cents per single copy ; $1 per an trum, in advance. We have before u» a printed circular sent forth by the President and Directo...

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. — 13 August 1852

THE LATEST NEWS- Sortk Carolina Election. j> e rrßf RiRG, August 11.—We have now rpiurnc from a" bill 19 counties in the State, Bni ) (here on" be »<> doubt of Rcid's re election i v about 3500 majority. In addition to the \Vhig gams reported yesterday, in the House 0 f Commons they have gained another mettj [ yr jn Lincoln and one probably in Person, which would se« in to give them the lower house. The following is the vote for Gover aor' 1852. Held. Kerr. 1) W. Co's vesterday, 19,108 13,799 Hurke ,oa Cleveland 565 Pavidson 205 [lavie r 164 Lincoln 1254 Mecklenburg 690 Person 209 Row*n _64 Rutherford t> Randolph 810 51 Counties 22.569 IG,2tS7 Reid's m»j. 6,302 Reid's gain 543. Free Sot/ Aatiouai Convention. PiTT«mtKC, Aug. 11.—6. P. M.—The con- Tontion re-assembled at 3, P. M. Frederick l>ouala-s appeared and took his seat asSecre« jarv suii'l loud applause. A resolution wos adopted prescribing the mode of voting. Kaeh delegation to cast t!,f electoral vote of' their...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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