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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 25 August 1852

THE PAILY DISPATCH CONGRESS—MOKDAT. Sksate.—Th« civil and diplomatic bill was taken up, and discussed until 1 o'clock. The river ar.d harbor bill waa taken up. Alter debating various amendment* until 9£ o'clock, the bill was reported to the Senate ; ami the Senate adjourned. Hook of Representative* —The bill for the better protection of life on steamboats,&c. was considered, and, before it was finally dis« posed of, the morning hour expired, and then the bill granting a pension to John Le Roy waa taken up and passed. Mr. Olds introduced a resolution for the appointment of a select committee to inquire into and report upon he connexion of Mr. Corwin with the Gardiner claim as counsel ; which, after being debated, wag agreed to. The House next considered the nava! stenmer appropriation bill in committee ol the whole on the slate of the Union, which was subsequently passed. Afterwards the bills for the relief of Margaret L. Worth, widow of the late General Worth, of the Uni...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 August 1852

VOL 2—NO 2.">S r ,i. IMSIW TC H IAS A COWARDIN. Proprietor. »jl ~il R. PI.KAWANTB,B4iHr. CAB H iuis OF iDVSKTUIW. 1 " ■' "-rtion $0 50 j I square, 1 month ft 00 ," . 2i C » tioM 0 7.°> \ do 2 months tOO I v \ a.o 100 l do 3 do 10 00 i do !«">k 17511 do 6 do 16 00 1 do •.' * X. 275 I 1 do 1 year 30 00 X3T ( r ' u: ' c> t'onsare charged at the same »« >as »>'•<« rtif n«i U. -- j I, , f > tr it*s make a tqiiart; long«r adwt! -i • xa.-s proportion, and payable in adT * r>- \ -vi -tivj-iei'U lnierted onc« a wivk, twice ( « k or t time* * w«-fk. will be charged if #f > •• r s!' fcrst insertion, and J7i cents tor each £0 VI -iHl.C** Mar >~ • Uc>'« Inserted for 25 cents; Fuie*>Tni xu-rf f-r.ts; Heaths, without obituary or (t y~* in* ta'.l ill. 12J cents T\. Daily !>i i'atch' :» served to subscribers ,1 , r and <i cr-.tr wits per...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. r» TO ADVBRTIMBRB.--The circulation o'the Dispatch 1* thui times at large a* that of mit other Daily paper In the city of Richmond. I < ta therefore greatly superior to any other aa a BJ-dtum of advertising. RICHMOND. VA.i Tkindsjr Msrning, Aignit26, lfMJil. .CP* Per«on« abroad trom the city car have the Di'patch tent to them for any period of time tbey may desire, by leaving their orders and paying t" e cub for the lime «pecirted. rr* Our readers will recollect that we published, a week or two ago, the decision of a New Hampsh re Judge, in a breach of promise case, to the effect that an epistolary correspondence being maintained between a lady and gentleman, not related t<? each other, and both unmarried, was sufficient to establish the intention of the latter to a»k the hnnd of the former "l i. atiiuio .). Ti;i.->decision, so wel! calculated to upheave society, seemed to us, at the time, a proper topic for editorial remark, but ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 August 1852

"the latest news. The Steamer Atlantic Catastrophe. Biffato, Aug. 24.—The inquiry into the catastrophe of the steamer Atlantic is still progressing. l»a«t ni?ht evidence wa» brought forward which strongly inculpates the officer* of the propeller Ogdensburg, leaving no douht that she violated the mles of navigation. It was also pioved that the Atlantic was well provided « ill) lite preset vera, but that the want o? presence of mind prevented the passengers from availing liipmselves of the means of pre., nervation provided for them. Trouble .I'Hongtl the Buffalo Firemen Bi'FF'ai.o, Aug. 24.—A1l the (ire companies cf this cit> turned out this morning, and marchit.c to a point wiieie they had elected Libertv poies, publicly disbanded. Serious riots are apprehended to nigh.', should the fire«bells ring. Apprehended Ri"t tit liuffalo. BrFFiLo, Aug. 24.— A special meetirg ol the common council was held to day, and the t ipz< ns notified to tuin out to-night in case of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 26 August 1852

' HK daily iMSFATC' CONGRESS—TI'K*DAT. SfclUTt.—Mr. Morton presented a commu niraiUm from lion. Mr. Yulee, in relation to the seat which he contests; which wus rend, «nd ordered to be printed. The Civil snd Diplomatic Bill w a* taken up. The river and hathorhill was then taken up. After discussing various amendments until after a:x o'clock, th* amendments were ordered to be engrossed, and the bill read a third lime; whereupon The Senate adjourned. Hocsr. of Representatives.—The morn* ing hour was devoted to the further consideration of the bill for the better preservation of life on steamboats, which was not disposed ol at toe expiration of the morning hour, when a Senate bill establishing an additional land office in Minnesota was taken from the Speaker's table and passed. A resolution designed to "keep alive" over the recess all business still iothe hands of the House Committees was next passed. The House then went into Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union, Mr. Venable...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 August 1852

VOL 2--N0 "259 y :\ • jTmly dispatch A3 A. :OWAHDIW, Proprietor. U\ t,n .>" ' T"a «« \ vi>», Editor. Trk.MS OF ADVERTISING. i . -in* : f. rt'otiSO 50 I 1 square, 1 month 94 00 i .ii BS <»rticn« 075 t 1 do 2 months 700 . l V d. ICO l do 2 do 10 00 : y n 'i we k 1 Tsl 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do - woekf 2 751 1 do 1 ye*r 30 00 rV* C, ■'•>' ic tocaare charged at the same n..r.U. »-y id or (JI man/ a sgnart; longer adt» rT ir.oiUi in exact proportion, and payable In ad'Vy- inserted once a week, twice #*% oi t! timi * a wck. will b« chared Sfl •- • • the ftrv. insertion. and j7j cents for each «0 Mtuwnce Marriage notices inserted for 25 cents; Fu»»\!notices 25 cents, Deaths, without obituary or *, ! a. in%iut:..n. WJ cents fhe " Daily Dispatch" is served to subscriber* gi rtr avd a quarter rtntf per vet*. payable to the ®»rrier weekly Price for mailing, $4 a year la adficce. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH U published every Friday morning, and mailed for OXK doll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. c==fe=: ~T^.^uT'iwKH>4.-.Tbfclrcul»tloc l/taSSto" irrratlj superior «o .ny otter ui ■ -dlum of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.i Friday Morning, Asgsstiir, 1889. ry pereoM abroad from the city eao have the DiSpatch «ent to them for any period of time they may desire. by leaving their orderi and paying the cash for the time spedtied. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH, For Friday, Augusl 27, is now ready and for sale at this office. Amongst other interesting articles are the following : Editorial.—Cuba; Steamboat Racing at the North; Tredegar Iron Works; Enlargement of •the Dock; Mad as a March Hare; the Mormons; European Intervention in Mexico; The Donvt'He R .ilrotJ; Lore' Dundonald the Fishery Question; The News from Havana; The Guano Controversy; The Fisheries; Rural Life and Sociality; Count D'Orsay; The Crops; The Possibility of a War between the United States and England; Bachelor Deri ■ion; Smaller Items, &.C. Miscellaneous.— Description of the Mammoth C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 August 1852

"tmlTlatest NEWS. lIIE STEAMER ASIA. Three Day* letter from Europe. y T * York, Aug. 25.—The steamer Asia hs ' g a r r ivrd, with Liverpool dates of the 14th "The Asia brings 83 passengers. On the .V jd when 30 miles east of Cape Race, she the Niagara. ENGLAND. The Humboldt arrived at Southampton on the 12th inst. The English sloop-of war Vestal had been w )ered to the fishing grounds, and the Tiger as fitting out.it was supposed, for the same >'itination. There were also four screw ..earners fining out at Spithead. \ committee of naval and shipwright offi "j, haH been ordered to assemble in London 1 .decide upon the proper arrangements lobe on the merchant steamers, provided , , v should !«e needed for war purposes. l'j -ii that Thomas Baring is coming to f United States on a special mission to set- :, ri>het\ dispute. Public feeling was rin relation to the matter, but mor« j."' .« were fitting out at the Navy Yards. ileavv gales had been experienced on the c ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 27 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH ~ RICHMOND MARKETS, Thurtdaji Keemnf, Angktt 38. (CAHKrVLLV COHRCCTEB.j BACON—Continue* without animation. No altc ration in price. Virginia cared, bog round, llf cej.ts: prime Western and Baltimore Side* 10$ to 11 cts; Shoulders 9i, for common, to 9) and IQcU for strictly prime. A treat many inferior Shoulder* svein market The bet er qualitie* are scarce.— Il*mi 13 to 14c, and tcarce. BI TTER is in good supply. We quote firkin 22 to 25 cts per lb.; fre*b Roll 23 to 25 Go*hen 20 tc 2?certs. BEESWAX—22 a 23 ct*. per lb.—with (mall recent*. no change. COTTON AND COTTON YARNS.—The trade in Cotton here i* limited. The quotation* are 10$ ct*. Cotton Yarn* le ct* per lb. COFFEE—OId Java 111 to 121; Laguayra 9$ to m ; Kio 9J to 9} ct* ; Cape 8| a9J ct*; Manilla 12$. CANDLES—TaIIow 10$ a 11*; Hull's patent 13; Sperm 43 a 45, Adamantine 22$ a 275. Jackson * patent 12$. COAL —10 to 12$ cent* on board for good mixed, tine *nd lump; 9to 11 cent* for blacksmith'* coal. CORN—Ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 August 1852

VOL i—NO 260 rill- 1 i> \I!,Y DISPATCH - IAS COW ARDIN. Proprietor. Hit;:! uTFi. KASA >TS, Edlf r. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ■ i 'is»rtioi»Bo 50 | X square, 1 month 64 00 , 'V' o 075 i 1 do 2month»7 00 , l i°. do 100 1 do a do 10 00 * A iw.Hk 17511 do 6 do 1600 : - 0 •> weeks 2 751 1 do 1 ye*r 30 00 1 c> tow are chargod at the itme M Jf M «walk ' y-yr- f \ i'.< or .«» nakt a tqiiart; longer ad- ~ , n». t*'-3 exact proportion, and payable Inad- T \<gr advertisements inserted once a week, twice • wrt-k' or three time* * week, will be charged SO 'f r the tir*t insertion, and 37jt cents (or each 4) Enusnot'. r^ 9 " Marrafi' 1 notices inserted for2sccnU; Fucotices cents; Deaths, without obituary or i t . h. '.ovitatioß, 121 centa. The •' Daily Dispatch" i» served to subscribers ar ,d n tpuirter ctnlt per ttcek, payable to the w ,o; w. e»:y Price for mailing, $4 a year In advsase. ___ TilK WEEKLY DISPATCH li publish-J every Fri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. APVKKTlHKKM.—Thccircolatloc of t£ Dispatch ts thbb* times as large as that of any other Dally paper In the city of Richmond. I' ts ierofore greatly superior to any other aa a ■ ;dlum of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.: Pnturitey Morning, August 28, 1853. Persons abroad trom the city car have the DWpatch sent to them for any period of time they m«y desire, by leaving their order* and paying the crsh for the timc»peciaed. THE NEWS. We publish this morning further frreign intelligence by the Asia. An important feature of the news is the contemplated visit of Thomas Baring, a brother of Lord Ashburton, to this country, on a mission for the settlement o' the fishery question. The apparent willingness of John Bull to settle this controversy is ftrcar evf' , , rce of li:« disinclination to a rupture witii tiie United States. We anticipate a speedy adjustment of the difficulty, and thu3 a fruitful theme will he withdrawn from the newspapers, while our country will continue to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 August 1852

"rilE LATEST NEWS. 7'-tr<J lof the Empire City—letter from vana\fW Orleans, August 24 —The Empire \ has arrived with Havana date* of the 18th. • j excitement on the Island was daily in•isiiig. and fresh arrests had been made. No v vet, however, it »tis believed, had been put icath. It w * s stated that many Spaniards './engaged in this conspiracy, and that fur* ,- r seizures of munitions of war have been s if. i'ne Crealto de la Habana recently publish^ ,n»riicle slating (hat the Governor General ■\ Known from.the beginning the persons 1 in circulating revolutionary docuhut was waiting for more certain in» ,:iiio:s. ihe Governor has announced that j persons convicted ot these publications , be put to death. , c!u l< ra, jeliow fever and small poj is » issme to a frightful extent, and robbe> . :..j were of daily occur- : :< ot the £rowing crops were fnvora- . :. ir .juiet but ii:;:i. Tae stock of Cof , r ui. I" ieij;!i;rt liuil and vessels ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 28 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH METHODS OF CLRING PRIZE HAMS. Tbe hams of Virginia and Maryland have Itmf erjojed a wide celebrity. At the laat tabibitiou of the Maryland State Agricultural Society, four premiums were awarded for hams. We are informed by those who had an •ppertunitv of examining them, that they were •f the first quality. The following are the recipe* by which these hams were cured : T. E. Ham Melon's recipe—\*t premium.— To every 10U pounds oi pork, take 8 pounds of G. A. elit,B ounces saltpetre,2 pounds brown aogar, II ounces of potash, and 4 gallons of watei. Mix the above, and pour the brine over the meat, after it has laid in the tub some two 4avs. Let the hams remain six weeks in brine and then be dried several days before smoking. I have generally had the meat rubbed with fine salt when it is pacKed down the meat should be perfectly cool before packing. J. Glenn's recipe—2d premium.— To 100 pounds of pork, taKe half a bushel and half a p*ck of salt. 3 pounds saltpetre, 3 p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 August 1852

VOL 2—NO. 2(>l THE DAILY DISPATCH "/AS A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. Editor. tf.kms ok advertising. , • 5 , rtionlO 50 I 1 *qur.re, 1 month #4 00 } ' ; . CS ertion* 075 1 do 2 month* 700 : A V do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 , % - w,~k 1 751 1 do C do 16 00 ; I 2 week* 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 4 |.y r.'mmuti chtioM»re charged at the *ame „If»! advi rt'S- ment*. C¥" <** ■ ■ or iet) mal " a sji'Wt; longer adwrtllexent*iaexact proportion, and payable insd- • I rST Advertisement* tn*erted once a week, twice # ,|i, cr thr< e time* a week, will he *harj{cd SO a «-it* tor the first insertion, and 37£ cent* tor eact 9 f3*~ Marriage notice* Inserted for 25 cent*; Fut s •.'> cents ; Dwrtll, without obituary or fMjivra. **-*1 a.ion. cent*. Xh'" " Daily Dispatch' is served to *Tib*crlber* gt »r o .d a quarter cents prr treek, payable to the weekiy. Price for mailing, $4 ayearln ad»*uee. THE TVEEKL.Y DISPATCH la pubnsr.' d erery Friday morning, and mailed lor one dol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. jy To ADVKUTlMKUa.—Thecirculatlon Of the Dispatch Is thekk tikis as largeas that of any other Daily paper In the City of Richmond. It Is therefore greatly superior to any other as a medium of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.i Monday Morning, August 30, ISS'-i- tSP* Person, abroad from tbe city eat DUpateh sent to tbem for any period of timet y may desire, by leaving tbeir orders and P) I cash for the lime tpecified. THE FISHERY DIFFICULTIES AND . MR. BARING. A Telegraphic Dispatch in our paper of Saturdav announced that the New York Express of' Friday slated that .he fishery difficulties between this country and Great Britain had been settled. We have now before us the Express of Friday. It states that letters had been shown to the EJitors from high and reliable authority, which give the most positive assurance to their correspondents here, "that the fishery question has already been satis factorily adjusted between the American Minister and the British Government, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 August 1852

"the latest NEWS. arrival of the falcon. FIFTKEN days latkk fkomcali. FO It Si I A. (Jold—A 1 l-ge nmoimt of Gold en route for New York—California Mown. Nkw Orleans Aucu«t tin.—The »teamer Falcon d-rivni here today. hringin* airicea from San Krsncifco to tin' 30tb July. J*he lelt Atpinwall on 1..r l'.'ih "it, br;ngi.ig iwi hundred pa«M ng>«r» and ihrrf hundred thoJtand dollar* worth of gold dust t . n trright and in thehaud« ol JUMenger*. The •termer On-pm, it *»i >.aid. had arrired at Panama frt ni >1 t 1 ranri-eo wltn five hundred pas- > r.ijeT* and over two RtiUioc* dollars in gold dust en tr'Ltat. >':e a'po bun?* th-> Pacific in&ila Tnt i:e;i:n"r Ohio with t.te Calif ml a mail a and ibree Lur.drt d jiaa»eng»'r«, ends fair amount of gold haii .isewiee r ached Panama. The «:• rr.er Florence by the way of Oregon, left A»psn«hli on the i'-'th in«t. f >r New York. Xiie I'nited M*te» Cotmni ftoner...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 30 August 1852

THE daily dispatch CONGRESS—Fridat. In the Senate Friday, the Florida contested election cane was decided hy declaring Mr. Mallorv to be the duly elected Senator. The Civil and Diplomatic "Appropriation bill was considered d. hated, and amended, and was sot disposed ol at 11J, when the Senate adjourned. . The House of Representatives, among other business transacted Friday, elected Genera! Robert Armstrong, proprietor of ihe Union newspaper, Public Printer for that body, to trrte during the remainder ot the Congress. Mr. Johnson, of Tennessee, made an on successful attempt to submit a report from the ■elect committee appointed to investigate the facts touching the Gardiner ele.ini and the connexion of Secretary Corwin therewith; the substance o! which was tnat there will not be time during the present session for them to act in the premises. Sacs and Foies.—The delegates of the ancient tribe* of Indians, Iroiu the Osage river, west of the State of .Missouri, who arrived in Washingto...

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

VOL 2—NO. 2<)2 tTu; DAILY DISPATCH JAS. A. CQWARDIN. Proprietor. artill K. I'I.fcAMNTS, Editor. CASH TERMS Ob ADVERTISING. 1 leusre, 1 insertion $0 50 | 1 square, 1 month 84 00 i do 2 insertion* 075 i 1 do 2 month* 700 1 do 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 , 5o 1 week 17511 do 6 do 1600 l do 2 weeks 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 jy Coicmun:c*tiooaare charged at the same fsv*« hi advertisi ment*. rs- l,n li lts or make a tquart; longer adrartisemenU in exact proportion, &ud payable in ad▼a ice ry inserted once a week,twice a or three times « week, will b« SO iu for the first insertion, and J7j cent* for each ®03tinu*nce. Marriage notice* inserted for 2o cent*; FuBera; notices 'J-> cenM; Deaths, without obituary or fia. ral invitation, 12J cents. The"DAiL* Dispatch' is served to aubicriber* at tii and a quarter cent* per week, payable to the asrrior weekly Price for mailing, 84 a year In vateeTHE WEEKLY DISPATCH h every Friday morning, and mailed for osk dollar a Y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 31 August 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rar Til ADYHKTlfKJtS.—Tbecirculatloo of tM Dispatch i* th»b* timks u lerje u that oT mt other Daily paper in the city of Richmond. I < U therefore greatly raperlor lo any other as a B»dlum of adwtiainp. RICHMOND, VA.i Tuesday Morning A«nnit 31) IS3B. Person* abroad from the city cat have the Dupatch »ent to them for any period of time they may deaf re, by lesvinit tbeir orders and paying the cath for. the time ipeciiied. OLD BULLION. The moat peculiar, certainly, if not the most remarkable man in the Unites Stales, is Col. Thomas llaiit Bextos of Missouri. As our readers know, he has recently been elected to the House of Representatives from the St. Louis District. Immediately after the result was known, he made a speech which was the richest specimen of Bullion that ever came from the mind of the " great Miesuurium." We regret that we have not room to publish this truly Bentonian production. The Examiner, which has a great knack at seizing upon good t...

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

the latest.at.ws ARRIVAL OF TiIEP£TREL. VoBK, Aue. The steamer Petrel , ....fived, will*Permuda dales of the 261h ,Jj m. Thomas os the 20th. The Barbadoea market was lively. The brigs Kate • Pendergaat and Extra, of n a |tin)ore, w ere at St. Thomas. The small po*>was disappearing from Jamai- \ musing planters had been held to fac.liiate emigration to Australia, and large number, wore going. . , .. \i Pmnerara the yellow (ever had disappeared an<l the weather was fine. - Sugar mek-,,-g rapidly. Antigua, a sever# drought prevailed.— Tbclnagua salt crop was promising. The Jlnrbadoet Sugar crop reached 47 000 bbds. "'e drought was severe, and wood iv.n scarce. American produce scarce. Vl I'rindad-a sad accident had occurred.— Xiic «ieamer Victoria, running between Port and San Fernando, burst her toiler, killing maov passengers. Ciov. Klisoti, suite and family were among the passengers on board the Petrel, lie has been reralied as Governor of Bermuda, and *■ proba...

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