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

THE DAILY DISPATCH of the Whetting Bridge BUI. it is a source of congratulation that the Wheeling biidge, a structure of great importance to the interests of Virginia, is likely to remain unmolested. The action of Congress on (his subject has been wise on<l judicious.— Notwithstan.ling the decision of the Supreme Court, which would hare resulted, il carried out. in the destruction of the Bridge, the House of Reorrsematires a short time since passed a bill declaring it a post road, end the Senate on Saturday, added the same to the post office bill, and thus passed it. We presume it will be re-psssed in that form by the House. Incidents in New Yokk.—ln the New York Herald of Saturday we find recorded ihe following incidents : An unfortunate young wo man named Rosanna Brady, a natire of Ireland, committed suicide by taking laudanum. J.inies Deane put an end to his existence in tiie same manner. William McCaul was crushed under some falling timber, and dangerously injured. He...

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

VOL. 2--NO. 263 THE DAILY DISPATCH "tab. A. COWARDIN. Proprietor. nr<;" r. Kditer. TtKMS Or ADVERTISING. 1 ~C 4- r ; insertion $0 30 J 1 square, 1 month 84 00 , VniertionsO 75 i 1 do 2month» 700 | A . ■»' do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 \ To i week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 g" -J weeks 275 1 1 do 1 p*r 30 00 c.mmun.cktouare charged at the lime n i«. *<iverti«< meito. ' £\p- Tin ii-ua or utt ma<t a tquart; longer adin exact proportion, and payable in adT Vy Advertisement* Inserted once a week, twice • week. or three time* a week, will be charged SO w , t , icr the timt insertion, and 37i cent* lor each ry \; arriace notices Inserted for 25 cent*; FuB U; n ,iticw* 25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or (i".»rn. invitation, 12} cent*. Xh>' " "»aily Disfatch' is served to subscribers it fir ana a quarter cents per tetik, payable to the 4 »rri»r weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year in adfinse. THE VVhhhlit DISPATCH li pub..s • d every Friday morni...

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

,THE DAILY DISPATCH. rw TO ADVKKTlHKKS.—Thectrculatioc ofiSe Dispatch is thus thus as targe as thai of aav other Daily paper in the eity of Richmond, it Is therefore greatly superior to any other as a Bedlam of advertising. RICHMOND, VA.t Wednesday Morning, Sept. 1, 1833. Person* abroad from the city cat have the Dispatch sent to them for any period of time they may deaire, bjr leaving their orders and paying the cash for the time specified. To Advertisers.—We earnestly request our patrons to send in their advertisements early in the day. Our paper is frequently delayed until a late hour by advertisements, causing serious inconvenience to all concerned. A little attention on the part of advertisers would remedy the evil. View ficx thk Summit or the Capitol.— We have otten heard surprise expressed that no means are afforded, whereby a view of our city can be obtained from the summit of the Capitol. Standing in the centre of our beautiful, picturesque, and much admired "city cf seven ...

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

the latest news. Terrific Storm at the South. jjf« Oriians, Aug. 28.—A terrific storm , te ed all along the southern coast on Wednes* :' s v at'fi Thursday last, doing immense dimjrp. No mail has been received or sent from "scity for t» o dm s. The Morse Southern ■e ol telegraph is down, but the O'Reilly line j working finely. Mobile the storm was very severe, and .| off of property w ill reach $ 1,000,000.— y'af aster came Hp Dauphin street as far as ■V \,:\crtifer office. and many steamers were ~,ired. Houses had been blown down and Jnwled. The dwelling* of the lighthouse ",,-pers of Choctaw Point were flooded, and . lr -arsons drowned. H.loxi the Gordon House was prostrated, «r.d ranch property destroyed. The ship Aland schooner Mercer were blown ~ re at Cedar Point, and both dismasted.— , ,ris from other points show that there << ken gioat loss of life. (iretil Freshet at Augusta, U'-i'sta, Aug. 28.—There has been nn im- • -p !.-»1 iof ram above. The river ...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT CONVEN- TION The following resolutions were adopted by the late Internal Improvement Convention, in Union, Monroe county : Resolved, That the time has arrived when Virginia, if she would retrieve her declining fortunes and save herself from the burden of perpetual taxation, must boldly, with confidence in her own energies and with a firm determination, strengthened by a proper State pride, not to be thrust aside by younger and more enterprising States, resolve to contend for her legitimate share ot the trade of the great valleys of the Ohio and the Mississippi. 2. That, in the opinion of this convention, the burden of taxation, now sensibly felt by the people of this Common wealth, can only be thrown off by the completion of the of internal improvement, in which the State has already made large investments, and by promptly forming advantageous connexions with the channels of commerce and the thoroughfares of travel iu other States. 3. That, iu...

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

VOL. 2—NO. 204 rin. DAILY DISPATCH jAfi A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. Hl'Cll R - t'I.KAKAVM, Edltar. CASH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. i .ami* 1 insertion SO 50 I 1 tquare, 1 month 9* 00 2 insertion. 075 ( 1 do 2inonth»7 00 J A* 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 \ ao 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 \ " 2 week. 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 t3T CommuniCktioMan charged at the fame as advprtist nicntt. C3T Ten li us or It— n*)u«sf**ri; longer advtruaements in exact proportion, and payable in adT, Jy- jvertl«oment» Inserted once a week, twice . or three time. a week. will be «har*cd SO tents for the first in.ertion, and 37 J cent. for each notices Inserted for2scenta; FuMral notices 25 cents; Death., without obituary or f mnsrai invitation, 12i cent.. ... The '• Daily Dispatch' is served to subscribers «t §u and a qunrttr unit per tcuk, payable to the ■trrier weekly. Price for mailing, «4 a year in advwae. THE WEEKLY DISPATCH Is publishtfii every Friday morning, and mailed for ONE pollab a viAft. To Clubs, for 85 si...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH. OTTO of the Dispatch la thus tubs m large as that of mj other Daily paper la the city of Blebmoad. It is therefore greatly (aparlor to mj oOwr M a ■arftam of adrertiaUif. RICHMOND, VA.i Tfcweday Msnlsg, Beytwler 8, 183*2* Hp* Persona abroad from the city cat bare (he Dispatch sent to them for any period of time tbey may desire, by ieevtec their orders and paying the cash for the time specified. iy The uaual quiet and law-loving community of Lynchburg has been aroused wiihn a few days past, to a pitch of intense excitement, by reason of a war of extermination begun by the police upon the dogs of that town. The elements of society there are upheaved, and the whole population incapacitated for the ordinary business of life, by this dog revolution. Our desrly beloved contemporary• the Express, comes to us filled with daily accounts of the furore, and its contents have prepared us for any intelligence, no matter how sanguinary, from the seat of operations. Teterrima c...

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

NEWS. 7< <*< 'l«"* *2,500,0 00 if# Gold* New York, August 31.— I'he steamer Oh io, r ' i, nin wall, via Kingston, has arrived with S pH»l«r« »"<> fWOO.OOO in go'd- »he ieft Kingston on the 24th. The health ol Aspinwall *m improving Therr »as but little lever in the I stilus a nd "Vlie tioWen Gate, on her trip op with I :he Recment ot Infantry, lost many of the a 01-1 1 or s 11\ cholera, nn<l it is slated that iW 1 >ad they left New York. The tunall-pox at Kingston ha* abated. 1 »ut „a* 'till prevalent at many parts of the iela id. There h«J been several severe aJ Kicks of earthquake at Jamaica. When two hours out from Kingston, the Ol lio was boarded by a boat from the English m ail Meamer Paraoa, which had broken one cyl in:er K mi was behind tune. The Ohio passed the Sierra Nevada off i Jt. Dcmingo, August 2jlh. The steamer Columbia, with the mails, l< ft \ C apulco for San Francisco on the i?d...

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

""THE DAILY DISPATCH CONGRESS. Washi.notos, Aug. 31st, 1852. Siwatc.—The Senate wti called to order «t9i A. M. The reports of the Connnitteea efCoof-rence on the Army Appropriation and * fltvy Appropriation and Pom Route bill* were made. Agreed to and the several bill* finally passed. ... A resolution was oflered by Mr- James to appoint a select committee to sit during the iccess of Congress, to have power to investigate the supposed frauds of the revenue; wliicli Wan passed by yeas 40, nays 14. The report of the Committee on Conferee on the Post Office Appropriation bill was submitted and adoptedThe names of those appointed to constitute the select committee, are Messrs. James, Bright,JDawson, and Shields. The resolution to pay Mr. ulee, the con* testing member, his per diem and ui.leage, was taken up and debited,and finally laid on the tabic* At eleven o'clock, the Senate went into exe« cntive session. , . _ The Senate remained in Executive session ■st l belt pa 4 l II o'clock, wh...

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

VOL 2—NO. 200. fnK nAILY DISPATCH = ias. A COWARDIN, Proprietor. Ul tJH K. I' I,KA*A NTS, Editor. pajH TKRMB OK ADVERTISING. i i s.scrf.onßo 50 I 1 square, 1 mcnth Mi 00 }i insertions 075 1 do 2 months 700 "j, 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 \ ri' o 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 J >;• weeks 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 -y Commun citsoaaare charged at the same fitet ss ad v erti#« nit eta. ttP* 'i ut or '**• "SSI« s?JMir«; longer adin exact proportion, and payable In ad*Vy Advertisements Inserted once a week, twice a or three times a week, will be -.harmed SO for the first insertion, and J7J cents tor each •jr.t nuance•y Marriage notJcua Inserted for 25 cents; Fu'.itices 25 cents; Deaths, without obituary or ftm-raS Invitation, 12* cenu. The " Daily Dispatch' Is served to subscribers a t in and a qi.-arter rents per vttk, payable to the carrier weekly. Pricw for mailing, 61 a year In ad- THK WEEKLY DISPATCH It published every Friday morning, and mailed for ojii dollar a ykab. XoCtrBS, ...

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

THE DAILY PI3PATCH. TO AD » **TI»KKA.-Taeclrculati<* Of tiw DwrATCH la nui roota aalarfe •• that of idt other Dally paper la tka city of Richmond. It la ttarefore greatly aaperto* to any other aa a medium of «dvertialnj. _______ RICHMOND, VA.i gatirtay Mmlag, Bapt. 4, |gr reran* abroad from the dty Di*patch »e»t to them for any period of th y may desire, by leaving their order* and p«j 8 oaab for the tune speeded. WHEAT.—Virginia, according to the recent census, ia the third wheat K rowin f,f "J!" 1 ' Union. In 1850 ahe producco 14,516.950 bush el. of wheat; and we have the op.n.on of the most competent judges, that the quantify harvested the present year will amount to .0,000,000 bushels, equal to so many dollars at present prices. We wish to show, however, what would be the effect, if a failure were to occur in Europe, and the price were to advance here. This every one can eatimate for himself, as well as see what would be the effect upon the whole Union, when we state ...

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

the latest news. ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA AT BOSTON. Boftos, Sept. 2.—The steamer America arrived at her wharf from Halifax, at 7 o'clock this morning. Her mails to the 2lst ult., for the South, cannot consequently leave until tomorrow. 1 send you the lollowing further items oi news by her. ESGLAM). Parliament ha« been furth*t prorogued to the2l«t of October, but as the order of Council does not say that it will then meet for the dispatch of business it is certain to be further adjourned. The Giobe says till the third week in November. The harvest i* proceeding favorably, both in F.nclaii'i and Scotland. KRA.VCK. >1. Thiers hss arrived at Paris. Louis .Napoleon is seriously ill with nervous itiitation. . , , General Pettitt s death is contradicted. The Moniteur contains a decree obliging all French thips to carry lights from sunset to sunrise. The I'pper Chamber of the States General is convoked for tiieSth September. GERMANY. The Plenipotentiaries of Darmstadt agreed upon ...

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

THE DAILY DISPATCH C*rresp*n<enc« * r the Dispatch. Rockbriugc Alvm Spring*, > August 28th, 1852. J Messrs. Editor®—For the relief of those insil — who have bees poring or«r the columns ofthe "Dispatch" for th« la*t two weeks and b«ve found "nothing in it,*' (which class, no doubt, it infmitessimnlly small,) I send you a few "sketches" of mountain travel, scenery, 4ce., hoping that the timely assistance will be imiy appreciated by them and you. I call them "sketches'* because of the many fash» ionable names for travels, such as penciling*, skiing*, rambles walks, talks, etc. There is none that suits ine as well, and to some others I have an insuperable objection. For instance : I never was fond of rambles, as Byron thought great importance should be attached to the lact that "Fairy'' rhvined with -Mary," so whenever I hear of ramblea, the irst thing I think of is l/rambles, and my imagination immediately conjures up the appearance of a man selling off solitary ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 6 September 1852

VOL 2--NO 267 T lj K DAILY dispatch '/AS a cowARPIN, Proprietor. ill B r7*T. ft A?» A.NTH, Kdlf r. Oi tF,r£s~OF advertisiho. __ ; '~-rti.in $0 SO I 1 square, 1 month $4 00 j ■ ,'_ rt j Oßi 075 I I do 2 mon<h* 700 1 1° V do ICO 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 , \ w.vk 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 J f' •>«,vXs 2 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 rW" iVt.'mun'CiitkiMare charged at the Mine «» o i v crtif> meet*. " r j» , .-,rf cr it** Vkukr a *$\are; longer adW „,, a uto exact proportion, and payable in ad- " rjr servient* Inserted oncc a week, twice jV or three time* * woek, will be -'.harmed SO ® *[* (i ... .v.? unit insertion, and 37$ cent* tor each w f V y »-n«e notices inserted for 25 cent*; Fu- .... , 'j.i cent*; Deaths, without obituary or K-i-i invitation, 12* wnU. Tb'< "OAti-v Dispatch" la served to subscribers . n , Chapter rent* per vetk, payable to the JJrrici wetktf. Price for mailing, $4 a year in ad- TUX WKKKI/V DISPATCH , pol-iUhf.i every Friday morning, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 6 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ' rw-TO ADVKKTWBIM.—' TbeetroalaUoa is triii Tina as large as that 2' any other Dally paper hi the city of Hialunoad. II bSer«for« (jreatly "nperior to a*y otker aaa m <tdlum of «dvertt«tß>. RICHMOND, VA.I M*m*»y Nsralsf, Heptetber 6, ISJ2. rp Persons abroad Irom the city cm h»ve the Diapatch seat to them for any period of time they may desire, by leaving their orders and payia( the easb for the timespedaed. TRAVEL AND RECREATION IN THE VALLEY. The Fincaatle Whig atates the travel through that place the paat two months exceeds that for the same period of any previous year.— There are four stage routea concentrating at that town, and the travel upon all is unprecedented, according to the Whig. This travel, ol course, consista almost wholly of persons who •re seeking health or pleasure in the mountains and vallies of Virginia. The attractions are yearly increasing in that region of our country as well for the seekers of health as of pleasure. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 6 September 1852

■ntE LATEST NEWS. Letters received in New York w, ihe Empire C.ty give detailed accounts of 'e arre»t of the persons concerned in publish- ' ! ,|, f revolutionary paper in Havana. From '"felt" in the Courier ami Enquirer, it ap. *. i that although the Government had an- ** need that they had known from the begin- . where the Vol was published, still it Hs< betrayed bv nn Englishman; one Mr. • ! «lio litrd in one of the interior rooms v ihe'liouse, and pretended to be a (treat .r';end of 'h , ' FP "ho undertook to re issue that ff . Betraying thsm at a proper moment, ;, S f ' v „. cr e cft'Sht in the Almendares printing •flee. The men arrested were taken to prL in hea»v chains, and it is reported that • PT will »U he garrotted in a few days.— fanedo. " i'h his African ferocity, will enjov •he deed r.c if it were a frast. The leiter furiiier w. T * ! ' wt "'h e actual state of this country '< tioniM", »'•<! if 'he humane Government of . o I nitoi! Stat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 6 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH C*rre«|»«n<te»ce »f the Ulipatek, WAffltitofW Cmr, Sept. 4. After a lengthened visit to Old Point and fVor'olk, by the way of Richmond and James rirer, 1 am "bock again," having returned via fee Chesapeake Bay route, in (tie magnificent •teanx-r North Carolina, Captain George VV. Russell. The North Carolina Was built in Baltimore, ••der the immediate and constant superintendence of her present highlv efficient and accomplished commander. Her mot'el and all ktr interior arrangement* and appointments ■elect credit on the superior ta-t« and •kill, net only of Capt. Russell, but the world-re-■owned mechanic# of Baltimore. The North Carolina is decidedly the finest ■teamer South of New York, and Capt. Rusted is acknowledged to be, by the ladies particularly. the** Prince" ol Commanders. We experienced that comfort, and proverbial ••lite attention from Capt- R. and his gentleManly clerks, Messrs. Aspiill and Parks, and » sense of security, withal, while on bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 September 1852

VOL. 2—NO 268 the daily dispatch Tas.A. COWARDIN. Proprietor. HCGH K. FLKASANTB,KdIIer. ca-'H terms of advertising. 1 M«are 1 insertion SO 50 | 1 square, 1 month *4 00 \Tio iinsertions 075 1 do 3 months 700 { T n 3 do 100 1 do » do 10 00 * do 1 1 75 1 1 do • do 16 00 } i 0 9 weeks % 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 1 communieattoaaara charged at the tame fas« ** sdvertistmente. >*• fn tries or less nail a squxtrt; longer adfarusemeus exMet proportion, and payable in ad**r3r Advertisements Inserted once a week, twice a iwk. cr three times a »«k. will be «harged SO «anw tor st e hr,t insertion, and 37| cents tor each aoctinuan ce. rjr Marriage notices Inserted for 25 cent*; Ru«ar?notico» 2T> centa; Deatha, without obituary or f«n<ral invitation, 12i centa. The " Daily Dispatch" ia served to aubacribera at gtx*nda quarter cent* per week, payable to the aarrier weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year is adrsnae. thk weekly dispatch U published every Friday morning, an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. TO of the Dispatch U thjlki nut as large as that of any other Daily paper In the city of lUelnßond. It la therefore greatly superior to any other a* a medium of advertising. MCHMOKP. VA.I TaeaJay Mwtag. ttpteaiber 7, 1533. QT Person, abroad from the city Dispatch sent to tbem for any pniod of time tb y may desire, by leaving? tbeir orders and paying tbe eash for the time specified. To Advertisers. —We earnestly request our patrons to send in their advertisements early in the day. Our paper is frequently delayed until a late hour by advertisements, causing serious inconveuience to all concerned. A little attention on the part of advertisers would remedy the evil. THE LATE STEAMBOAT DISASTER ON THE NORTH RIVER. We have rarely ever known the Richmond public more excited by any occurrence than they have been by the late terrible disaster on the Hudson. Before, it bad been common to read of disasters—to think .of them as distant occurrences, dreadful enough, it is tru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 September 1852

THE LATEST NEWS- From California. The mail of last evening brings the following addition#! item*, received by the Daniel Webster : The Indians in the interior wrre somewhat troublesome, but nothing serious was apprehended. A duel had been fought at Sacramento between Mr. E Gilbert, member of Congress, and Gen. Den vers. They fought with pistols. Mr. Gilbert was killed. A splendid procession had taken place in San Francisco in honor of the memory of Mr. Clav. It was the largest and most imposing pageant ever had it* ttiat place. There were fOO Chinese in the procession. Business was steady anil the supply of all kinds of produce abundant. Prices of breadstuff* aud groceries were rather on the decline. The clipper ship Staffordshire, of Boston, reported to have been lost, arrived out safe ou the 13th. She was 101 days in making the The Frigate St. Lawrence had arrived out. The mining news was less favorable, owing to the dry n ss of the Benson. Oregon dates to August 7th, state that a...

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