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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 19 August 1852

HK |»AI L V Ulftir* A 1 i v'' CONGRESS—TiksdaV. In ili ■ S*i.«te, ,he t,i " Ifraniinif Inriil lor the construction of a ship canal around the ia lln of ili* Sault Sir.Marie, in Michigan, was furtherdebated,am) finally was ordered to he engrossed. The River and Hrbora bill was then taken up. The House of Representative* passed the hill sppiopriating ten millions of acres of the public lands lor the benefit of the indigent ins Mi.i'; and afterwards went into committee on the Navy appropriation bill. Cokkkctiom.— 1 lie Chailestown Spiril of JifHereon corrects a statement that Henry James, who is charged with the commission of an outrage upon a little girl in Harper's Ferry, is an Irishman. He states thai he was born in Greenbrier county, is unmarried, lived in Rockingham for several years, and went to Harper's Ferry as a boatsmau under the employ of Capt. Raines, and ifproved to be guilty of the gross outrage with'which he stands charged, will tie sent to Richmond at State expense, ani...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 August 1852

vuL i-NO 253 daily dispatch A COWARDIW, Proprietor. B(JOB K. BUtwr. A?1I TERMSOK ADVERTISING. ,n§o SO 1 square, i month 84 00 I-'* 'l•n«0 75 | 1 do Sraon'bs 700 "t V d« IMI do 3 do 10 00 Iw, < s 1 7.% I 1 do 6 do 16 00 •j «. <»» 275 I 1 do 1 year 30 00 r £oa» are ohsrged at the same ,/f s .> ts.tiur.tt, j, ,i tortus make a square; longer adm■, :■ r, exact proportion,and payable tued- aJvi 'ilsements Inserted once a week,twice J r three times * week, will be charged SO . r the first insertion, and cents for eacft ' rf varri**.- notices Inserted for 25 cents; Ku- " c-s 25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or * . . •; vitation, 124 cents. -pAitv Dispatch' is served to subscribers . a-c a quarter cents per Keek. payable to the ' , rP f weekly. Price for mailing. S4 a yearln adna*&- THE WEEKLY DISPATCH i published every Friday morning, and mailed r oxk collar a YEAR ToClvbs. for 85 sixcoi f„r $10 thirteen copies; for 815 twenty co.f f 820 twenty...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 August 1852

MT vm AVf ■KVIHUB^TMMMUfetIoa •Hm Dispatch it nun ran Mtarm u M o. an other Daily ptptr In the city of Richmond. I' I* therefore grrwtiy superior to toy other M • ■tflw of Adrertlatßt. RICHMOND, VA.« TrMay Msrilni, Ai«iit!iO, 1899. Persons abroad from the city cat have the Di»patch tent to them for any period of time tbey may desire, by leaving their ordera and paying the ea»h for the limecpeeirted. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH, For Friday. August 20, if now ready and for ■ale at this office. It embraces the following articles : Editorials.—Southerners at Watering Places ; The Waveilv Novels ; Life at Newport; The World's Fair at New York ; The Lobos Inlands ; Fifteenth of August; The Protest of - v ; • .c.., s v.vg« rati Camels for New Mexico; The Weather \eslerday ; Huguenot Springs ; Line ofSteamers from New York to Australia; Ihe News; Richmond and Danville Kuilroad; 7he I all Trade ; Shameful Outrage ; Smaller Articles, See. Miscellaneous. —A Tale of Old Mvcrs, the Panther ; Children Mu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 August 1852

■pnuL.uw HLWSI Meetingof ikt Friends ' f of Mr. Webster. August 17.—The delegates to hf Convention of Ihe Iriends of Mr. Webster, " en) hied «' 10 o'clock this morning, in Con- * Hall. Forty-one counties of the Slate f ' if presented by 14(5 delegates. (jeorge Stapleton was railed to the chair, j ,K r Convention was permanently organized 'I'ihe selection of Edmund H. Worrell, of Tal- , s): President, and Gen. B. It. Rutherford nd Col. H. V. Cumroing us Vice Presidents. Ke'oiutions were adopted for a con inittee of •re liomeach Congres?ionii district to report . „ ers for the action of liie Convention, and ; ~n?ni£ them to confer with their political ,/s «!io meet here io«morrov%\ tor the .Vji'i'ispof securing the harmony of the two '.csin relation to die Presidential nominn \;..--r th" appointment of this committee of »Inch tiie Piexident was added, the con- ( iitrt.ed nil to morrow. J-. o s. i'tt convention w ill assemble here to- , ; oinini tt half past 9 o'clock, and , , , much s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 20 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH COMMERCIAL. Klftl.llOM* .UAKKETK, rurtk, Tk*r«t«l *£»>»*. ***** 19. jCA*KFrI.I.V CO«t«*CTfcD.| ontinuei without animation "o alt#* rati a io puce. Virginia cured, bog round, Hi prime Western and Baltimore «ides 10J to II cut - Shoulders 9L tor common, to 9|and 10cU (or stric'ir prime. A (treat many interior Shoulders •n> in market The bet er qualities are scarce.— Harr.« 13 to 14c, *nd scarce. BI'TTKK i» t" g< w "l * u Pf~- e quote firkin 22 to 25 etc per lb.; fresh Roll 23 to 25 Goshen 20 to 2^ce r ts BEESWAX —22 a 23 cts. per tb.—with small receipts. SO change. COTTON AND COTTON YARNS.—The trade In Cotton here is limited. The quotations are 10J cts. Cotton Yarns lc cts per fti COFFEE— Old Java Hi to 121 ; Laguayra 9* to iW , Rio 9i to 9| cts . Cape si a '.'i cts : Manilla I2J. CANDLES—FaIIow 10$ a li; ; HuU'a patent 13; gpertn 43 a 15, Adamantine 22J a 27J. Jackson's patent 12J. COAL 10 to 12i cents on board lor good mixed, tine ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 August 1852

VOL 2--N0 254 ~ DAILY DISPATCH x - A COWARDIN. Proprietor. HI «;H K I*•. KANTf*, Editor. CASII TERMS Of ADVERTISING. , 1 >tionso 50 1 I square, 1 month 8! 00 J''", ' ' .>i af ,. tions 075 | 1 do 2mon»h» 700 , a\ Vdo ioo i do a do iooo . °o 1 w.vk 175 1 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2 weeks 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 fV r.i-i.u r too* are charged at the same n tThf advertisi mtliU. ly j. ' itf or lett makt a tqvort; longer adftr s'• is in exact proportion, and payable Id ad- ", 3 Inserted once a week, twice \ \ ,>r three time* a week, will be tharged SO L n : * t'r.e first Insertion, and J7f cents tor each ■Vy Marriage notices inserted for 25 cents; Fufu. notices -5 cents: Death*, without obituary or if tr» invitation, 12} cent*. ' xi" 1 " Haily Dispatch" is served to *üb«erib«r» (1 nr aid a quarttr rents per <cttk, payable to the e «rrW weekly. Price for mailing, 84 a year In adtscst*. the w kkkly dispatch I, ->afe..shed every Friday mornin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ry to ADVKKTIHKRf .—The circulation of t& Disr atch is wui tons »• »ar« aa that of any other Daily paper In the eity of Richmond. 11 Is therefore grmatly superior to any other aa a Medium of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.i Panrday Morning, Asgaat 91, 1833. pgr* Person* abroad from the city cm have the Dispatch sent to them for any period of time they may desire, by leaving their orders and paying the cash for the timespecitied. THE GUANO QUESTION AGAIN. The New York Express, which ia engaged in a controversy upon this subject wiih several of its contemporaries, quotes the opinion of Lord Stanley given some British captuin or merchant. Here it is : Xord Stanley, of Alderley, lo Mr. Wentttorth liuller. F^f.ics o:tice, M.iy 10 I 9"!, feir —I am directed by Viscount I'almersion to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 18th ult., staling thai you have reason to believe that considerable quantities of guano uaj be obtained frum ih«; uninhabited islunds ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 August 1852

THE LATEST NEWS, jhe Georgia Webster Convention. M August 18.—The number oi per- ' present »t the Georgia Union Convention 51 n tU iaiceiv increased nt the session thin Hon. Daniel Webster and Charles , j en i,n)s will probably lw the nominees for President and Vice President, though some of ■ are favorable to Mr. Graham fur the Utter. , ' \monc the counties represented are— IHt'b Baldw in, Clarke. Crawford, Cobb, Hp--star, Lee. Fraanuel. Fayette, Morgan, MusRandolph, S turner, I'roup, Putnam, Polk, Spalding, Greene, Marion, p.uihiin;:. Slew art, Warren, Washington and other*. f KCOHI) I>I«J'ATCH. >Uco>", August 18 —The third candidate I",invention here to-day, accord' g i,i a In u>!•".ent. l iie committee appointed vesterday rrport- •>.: that the:e was r.o way through which a union with the Scott Convention could be tfleeted. I t), v rr '.cnniende.l (lie nomination of two r , r .% ( iuduiaies, and the adoption of the whig • . •...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 21 August 1852

TH K DAILY DISPATCH CONGRESS—"THVIUDAT. Senate.—Alter the presentation of petitions, Mr. Hunter moved that the Senate take up thenvilaitd diplomatic appropriation bill for the morning hour. AMer debate, the motion was agreed to, and the Senate proceeded to vote on the amendment*. It was then postponed. The river and harbor hill was taken up, and amendments were adopted. H< UsK or RfcPRKtEKTATIVK*.—The House resume.i ihe consideration ol the bill declaring the Wheeling bridge* to be legal structure* and postrroe», and, after Mr. Ojd* had concluded his remarks in tavor of the bill, Mr. Dean moved that it be laid upon the table. The question was decided in the negative yeas 35, navs 119- . . 0 The bill was then passe I—yeas Ho, nav s W. And after ineffectual attempts to take up the French spoliation bill, The House went into committee on the »avy appropriation bill. Thk Loßos Islands- —Captain Nathaniel Filch informs the New Haven Palladium, that be visited the Lobos Islands...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 August 1852

VOL. 2—NO 25.") f!IK !>\ILY DISPATCH 'AS A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. ITDGH a. PLEASASW,IAt«r. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 1 «,r>-. 1 insertion ■JO 50 I 1 square, 1 month $1 00 . -v, -j • ruoni 075 | 1 2 months 700 , 1, 3 do 100 I do 3 do 10 00 *1 <Jo 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 d o 2 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 rf Cor,.!ii ( tio«« are charged at the lime adv»rtis tn«r.U. j-j" J, '» u" or ,'ets make a tqnart; longer ad- - lei isini xact proportion, and payable inadAdvertisements Inserted onc» a week,twice §* • * or tree times a week. will be SO gfr.ts r the ri.it insertion, and ,J7J cents tor each j,-; ; !.\i*r.ce Vf ■ s '" l "i«<e notice* Inserted for 25 cents; Fu- ». notices .5 cents; Heaths, without obituary or (tivra inv.tai! n, cents The 4, Ds:i.v Dispatch' is served to subscribers st tt" r. , ar'er c-ttut per iruk. payable to the »»rrler week.y Price for mailing, S4 a year In ad»ac«e. rn>: ivkfkly dispatch Ii anb.ishe.i every Fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rwTO ADV KKTlHKßS.—Thecirculation «r Dispatch U thui tim« m l«r»e u thai o' S flter Ml, paper in the c.ty of lUch.ond. I' I* Aorefore superior »o My other M • m«dlum of «dvertistnf. RICHMOND, VA.t Monday Morn in*, August 23, 1854. Pereon* abroad from the city car, have the Dispatch *ent to them for any period of time they may detlre. by leaving their order* and paying the caah for the lime • peel tied. CUBA. It has been scarcely one year since the attempt of Lopez, an attempt originating, in a great measure, from representations manufactured in the newspapers here, was put down with consequences so aw f ul,that they will not sioon be forgotten by the people of the Umted States. The most systematic attempts were t> prop* ' "i'l"*"* to the state of leeling there. We weto to.d. «>> newspapers which seemed to have httle else ,o do than to manufacture Cuban news, that the Creoles of Cuba were in open revolt-that thev had larse forces i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 August 1852

the latest news. l y «rtuv!mr* the Ctiliti** on Lake Erie. We received on Saturday evening the following additional particulars of the late c»l*mjlv on l.ake Erie: The Atlantic had on hoard an immense number of passengers, and it is estimated that ab<iut 250 of thent |ieri shed—chiefly Noiwe--an em grants. When the collision took place the passengers were all in btd, and the ut most consternation ensued, especially among jhe steerage passengers, many of them jumping overboard. The emigrants, who could not speak a word rf English,""' understand a word spoken to Mein. added (•> the horror of the scene by their cries of terror. I he cabin passengers, and those who could understand the eihortations of the Captain, vvrre e<mipaf--.lively calm, and provided thems.ltes w itli ehaiis, setters ami beds. All who },m.) jia'eist life preservers, a number being on ! nard the boat, were saved. The emigrants '. \ • iboard in their terror, and rushed to ceit.-iinde-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 23 August 1852

I H R JMiLY DISPATCH The Clayton (Ala.) Banner, alter giving an account of the affiay in which W. M. Lightner was killed by J. A. McCrary, adds the following, under the head of "Foil Fights Commenced." On last Monday, a man by the name of Cox assaulted and came near killing another by the name of Andrews with a knife, a few miles below this place. Also,on the same day, a man (whose name we could not learn) came n< ar being killed in an affray at the election precinct in Heat No. 13. We understand he hns since died. And also, on the same day, at Missouri,in Pike county, a man by the name of Blackman was assaul ed and nearly beaten to death, t Add to ail this the fatal affair that cccurred here on Tuesday morning, and it looks iiae the work has realiv begun in earnest. And ii these are the fruits of a county election, pro rata, what may we not expect from the ensuing piesidential campaign! rr Maretzek has given serious offence to the Mexican dilettanti, by the performance o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 August 1852

VOL 2--NO 256 1 HB DAILY DISPATCH /AS A CQWARDIN. Proprietor. HUGH R. ri,KAf*ANT» t MWr. TERMS OF ADVERTISING* i 1 insertion £0 50 I 1 tquare, 1 month |4 00 1 do 2 mwrtioiJi 0 75(1 do 2mon»h» 700 { S? 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 I do 1-511 do 6 do K» 00 i do 2 w«wk» 275 1 1 do 1 ye*r 30 00 Coramun ciHonstre charged at the i«me n * adverti* bb< r.to. r'Sr T< i • iff or It-tt nuke a tquare; longer ad--menu iu exact proportion, and payable In adTV j ■ >,-■ eH • i i i U inserted once a week, twice # » t or three time* * week, will be charged SO ~•» t.-r the ti.et insertion, and j7j cent* lor each # :;r.u»nee £"j> J Mat rime n.'ticea Inserted for 25 cent*; Fuaa *.: .tiees cents . Deaths, wi'.hout obituary or fa «i*l tavitatii n. 19} MM. Tm- " Daily Disfatch' i» served to subscribers tt tl' aid a quarter tinU per veek, payable to the M rrie. r weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year In ad»»3*e. THK WEEKLY DISPATCH W pabushed every Friday morning, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rf TO AoTKKTl»*M—Tbeeir«mlatJo« of tM Dispatch ts nui rm»« *• M th * l o' any other Daily papa*tha City of Richmond. 11 Is ierefore greatly superior to any other M • HihUubi of advertising. RICHMOND. VA.i Tir»dsr Morning AsgMt 'J4 , 1832. ry Persona abroad from the city cat have the Diapatch sent to them for any period of time they may desire, by leaving their orders and paying the caab for the time SrwriSed THE MORMONS, OR LATTER PAY SAINTS IF THE VALLEY OF THE GREAT SALT LAKE.— By LI kit. J. W. Gi'NNtso*,Top. Eng. lAppincott, Grambo Af Co., Philadelphia—lßsJ. This work is an acceptable addition to our .knowledge of the followers cf Joe Smith. The -author is an officer of the U. S. Topographical KTine'rs. whn h"Jonr' , d 11 exploring P\1*4411011 (em out t.y government l«» Hie lireut Salt Lake, under the command of Capt. How* ard Stansbury. He appears to be well pleased with the kindness and hospitality extended to him by the Mormons, speaks most favorably of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 August 1852

"THE LATEST NEWS. further of the Atlantic Ditanter. Bcffalo, Aug. 21—The greateM excitenient p rev-ails at Erie against the persona havjnecharge of thesteamer Atlantic, sunk with •Ufh loss of lite by coming in contact with the propeller Ogdensburg. At a meeting of the gurtivors, a series of resolutions were passed strongly condemning ihe inefficiency of the so exiled iife-preservers, the want of boats, &c., and calling for the arrest of all the officer* stid men of the two vessels. ("apt. Pettv remains in a very dangerous condition. The second male of the Atlantic ff)\sthat he saw the lights of the propeller aho u < two minutes before the collision,and put the wheel aport and kept her off. She. was n.thin four miles ol the shore,and he gave imniediste orders to steer for it. He also gsve j!ic details ot the subsequent proceedings, and • aid il the propeller hud pul her wheel nport when she fiixt saw her, the Atlantic would have cleared her. A coroner's inquest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 24 August 1852

i HK I»AiLV DISPATCH I irmn. The Lowell New# *ay« thai Samuel L. Hamblet, a "mesmeric physician," ha* beett arrested in that city on a warrant from Brunswick, Me., charging hint with having obtainrd, in thai place, the sum of $250 under false pretence*. by making a disreputable charge again*! a citieen of Brunswick, and extorting the above *uni to keep it aecret. He .was taken to Brunswick on Saturday lor Iris I. A petition to the governor ot Ohio to par don James Summon*, under sentence of death for poisoning, is in circulation in Cincinnati. The United Stat<* Marine Hospital at Chicago, has been completed, and is now occupied. The cost of its erection was forty-five thousand dollars. A villain named Darrow was arrested at Buffalo, on Saturday, charged with beuting and biting his wife in an inhuimn manner. The poor woman died on Tuesday from the effects of her wounds. No person was in ihe house with her and she was found dead in her bed in the morning by the neighbors. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 August 1852

VOL 2—NO 257 THE DAILY DISPATCH JAS. A. COWARDIN. Proprietor. HUGH K. PI. BAB A NTS, IflUti TKK.MS OK ADVERTISING. I usun 1 . 1 insertionSO 50 j 1 square, 1 month S4 00 i do 2iu*»rtion§o 75 i 1 do 2mon«h«7 00 i do 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 j do 1 week 17511 do 6 do 1600 1 do 2 wv>i 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 ry Coir.mun titioMtra charged at the lame jg , , ertta mentt. •-rr- / , f« irr tut make a t quart; longer admeru in exact proportion, and payable In ad- ry Advertisements Inserted once a week, twice t w ■ r or three time* * week, will b* charged SO :t t, r the f.r*t insertion, and J?i cent* tor each :t;nuanee. r"3T Marrißge notices Inserted for 25 cents; Fu- ,« k notice 25 cents. Death*, without obituary or [i ,ra: invitali'n, 12J cent*. • The " Oaji-y Dispatch' 1* served to subscriber* jtt and a■, •■rirr unit per v-etk, payable to the week.y Trice for mailing. a year in advscae. Til K WhKKLY DISPATCH !| published every Friday morning, and mailed foi o>k douah ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. EV TO AD V K KTIWBRW.-Thectrcul.Uoo or tfoDMfATCH U THUI WM «I"®,,"*? O' any other Daily paper> D clt T of Mehmond. I |« therefore greatly superior lo any other aaa m xifum of adverting. BHHMO>D, VA.J Wed«n»d«T Morning, Avfunt OS, IM'i. .CT Persons abroad from the city cat have the Difjiitrh sent to them for any period of time they way desire, by leaving their order* and paying the cash for the time specified. We depart this morning from our ususl custom, to introduce a communication whose purport, we think, will quite justify us in making it the subject of a few remarks. Some months ago, one Mrs. Harriet Hercher fstowe took to the publishing house of Phillips, Sampson & Co., in Boston, the MS. of a boo -which she offered them for their considerate •ISS to lb* term* on «»' ich fbey would bring it c-C. 1 lie"- gentlemen, we uiiUeretaau, .->utiofied themselves bv a hasty perusal of the sheets that the book was &g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 August 1852

"ThTlatest news. TV Steamer Atlantic Dt tatter—Further Particular*. IU ffaio. Attg.23.-Wm. B-iF. Field, with Wl fe nnil two children, reported as lost, are *J r< hitting bceu picked «p floating on a porloot ate Thomas Lewit, of Dowhose bodv, together with a little girl, 1 picked up yesterday by the steamer St. I*,'jpc. Also, Mrs. Marks, ol Willisiown; Elizabeth Ann Hogenhurg, ol Halfmoon, < * s t.'"s county,>. V.; Mrs. Williams and Mr ami Mts. Fo*,oiN. V.; and a little girl n , ' teais «>t'age,who wan going to her friends M iwaakic, 111 charge of a gentleman whose n illlt' IS Ul.k OV» 11. Mr and Alis. Lyman Birch, Mr. and Mrs. \ Hucenhiirg. sn< ' Mi-s I'hoebe Birch, with li'e preserving stools, with which ,i . , ~!•( r* i* suppl ed, committed themi,»toth » iter. Mr«. Birch lost her stool, , eto Mrs. Van 11, when Mr. Birch .prang forward r o assist them. Mr. Van Ho- : al id Miss Birch wera nn4 and all the iesi dio^ti'ed. V!in n C...

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