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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 7 September 1852

tW~P IUiI.V DISPATCH We learn from a passenger, by the packet, just from Staunton, (says the Lynchburg Express of Saturday,) that there was to have been a meeting of the citizens on Thurs day to consider the recent case of rape in that county. He states that there was a determination not to let the ruffians escape the gallows. If they were not condemned to death, they would be taken out by the populace and hung. The trial took place yesterday. THE CHARGE OF MURDER AGAINST LEAHEY. —We stated yesterday, that Leahey, the "Monk of La Trappe," had been committed to jail at Pardeeville, on a charge of murder.— The Milwaukie Sentinel says: % Mr. Leahey, (who once lectured in Milwaukie which caused a mob among the Catholics some (two vears since,) became suspicious of an Irish friend, by the name of Manly, of having too much intimacy with his (Leahey') wife, and sued him a few weeks ago, but failed to convict him. On the 25th ult., they had another trial, and Manly was again cleared; when L...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 September 1852

VOL 2--N0 269 THE DAILY DISPATCH = A CQWARDIN, Proprietor. HI CH R. PI,KAKA.>TS,BJIt»r. caSH tkkms ok advertising. 1 ijtnira : insertion $0 .50 j 1 square, 1 month $4 00 i 'V» n " nsertion* 075 ( 1 do 2 mon'hs 700 } 3 do ICO 1 do a do 10 00 , ; w«'k 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 i jo 2 weeks 275 | 1 do 1 year 30 00 t-y f*. rr.raun;ciit3on»are charged at the same fi«-« *» ments. £?* T*'< 07 *»<**« « tquart; longer adin exact proportion, and payable in adT4 t-y Advertisement* Inserted once a week, twice < " three times a week, will be charged SO J«'t« r the first insertion, and ,17 i cents tor each - t.iiuiincfi ■ lr.eert»*d for 25 cents; Fu-jg-iJ r.' tiees -5 cents; Deaths, without obituary or #■-.-* invitation, 12J cents. fhe " Daily Dispatch' is served to aubscribers it ttr'ar.d a qhCrttr eetitl ptr week, payable to the »i7rt r weekly. Price for mailing, 84 a year In ad- ? »aae. THE WfcKKLY DISPATCH li publish) ii every Friday morning, and mailed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH, rf xo AI)VKKTI»KIU*.-<Tbeoirculetloe of the Dear atom to thbbb timbs m large a* that ol any other Daily paper In the city of BJehmond. It to therefore greatly superior to any other aa a B«dlum of •drerttoing. RICHMOND, VA.t Wednesday Morning, Sept. 8, 1833. Pertons abroad from the city cm have the Pitpatch teni to tbem for any period of time they may desire, by leaving tbeir orders and paying the eash for the lime 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, cauaing serious inconvenience to all concerned. A little attention on the part of advertisera would remedy the evil. VERDICT OF THE JURY INTHE CASE OF THE REINDEER. The coroner's inquest which sat upon the dead bodies of the unfortunate persons who were killed on board.lhe Reindeer, retunred, as we supposed they would, a verdict acquitting everybody of all blame. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 September 1852

the latest news. "foreign news bv the arcnc. Three arrivals from Australia had brought 30,278 ounce* of gold, and report another ahip with 15,4650unce5. Great difficulty wits found in procuring saiiors, and from 45 to £50 per man were asked and obtained for the run to England* The Six mile Bridge afisir in Ireland continue* to eicite much angry feeling in the locality wbeie it occurred. Mr. C. Deluiege, Justice of Peace, and eight soldiers of the 31 mi Kegimeot have been committe i|t to Ennis jail, in accordance with the coronet's finding against jhem of 'wilful murder.' The celebrated Dotsnvbrook Fair pa«sed of)' tamely this »ear—no! u light to be had for love or money. Hon. KobertJ. u alker was expected ntGalwav on the 2ist, and the Galway Vindicator stir*ini«?s that hi< visit has some connection with the establishment of a steatnpacket line, between N. \ ork and Galwajr. We fun! the follow in; in the London Morning Chronicle ot the 24th: "The Staate# Couront publishes ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 8 September 1852

the daily dispatch "TSbTtklegrai h.—The age is progressive. A few years bene-, every section of our great and glorious country will be linked by a chain of artificial lightning. An important step toward* the consummation of thii event, ia the line of telegraph now extending from Richmond up through the valleys and over the hill* to Lynchburg. No better proof of the ulilny of this connection can be produced than the fact that a g'eat number of messages daily pats over the wires. Ine superintendent, Mr.Tree, and his assistant Mr. Crowley, whose head quarters are at the office in this citv, give general satisfaction to those having business to transact with them. .Speaking of this line of telegraph, reminds us of a case of spiritual rapping, w hicli it i* said occurred a few days since. Duiifigthe late storms, the wires got out of oider, and such an electric excitement as was heard in the office has seldom been equalled. Putting his ear to the instrument, Tree managed to gather, in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 September 1852

VOL 2—NO 270 ;HK DAILY DISPATCH /AS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. iirtSH kTi.kam NTS, Editor. CASH TERMS OK ADVERTISING. touxre, 1 insertion $0 50 j 1 square. 1 month 84 00 d ,•> 2 insertions 073 j 1 do 2 months 700 di 3 do 100 I do 3 do 10 00 d i 1 week 175 j 1 do 6 do 16 00 <j 5 2 weeks 275 | 1 do 1 year 30 00 Corr.r.iun exfcoJMare charged at the same u ndvertut- Kscnto. ry T,' i■in or tjj fxnke n r^n-nre; lonrer adh: • -tnf » exact proportion, and payable in ad--1 CP , J! • Adver' semecu inserted once a week,twice ~ . or three timf t * wees. will be charged SO ; : ih'.:.*ir»t insertion, and J~i cent* for each ••• '. .. n fees inserted for 25 cents; Fu- ,. r. '■ •'»' centa; Deaths, without obituary or . ,rvilarien, 12J certs. •Da»t.y Distatch' is served to subscribers j., r. :a it ancr rt'it* per vtc.k, payable to the , r Price for mailing, $4 • year in ad-t-i* • rii K vy t;;vc \ u i -»patcH [;, ,u! d every I'riUny r.;:rniiig. and mailed •ve b-jli. •... a v.un. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 September 1852

.. /HE DAILY DISPATCH. ry TV AOV KKTIs»KK»»~Thf circulattos of the DisrATCH Is tksm of aay other Daily paper In the e.ty of Richmond. I( ti therefore greatly superior lo aay other hi Medium of advertising RICHMOND, VA.« Tkarsdny Msralsg, September 9. 1852. rjf Persons sbroed from the city car have tbe Di»p«tch sent to them for any period of time tbey may desire, by leaving their orders and paying the cash for the umespecified. To ADVERTittRs.—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 remedv the evil. COCHRAN S MACHINE. The reader will see an advertisement of this machine in another column. e have seen it ourselves, and we regard.it as a wonderful specimen of art. That it is calculated to answer all the purposes to which the advertisement alludes, we have not the least doubt. B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 September 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. XrkVVAI. OF THE NORTHERN LIGHT. \t» ORK, Sept. 7.— The steamer Northern , ht ailived here at 11 o'clock this morning. . , [irmps :<6O passengers and $312,000 in gold. . r made the pas«aee in less than 20 days. v The steamer Pacific arrived at San Jiiunon , : >th July, with passengers through from . ,nnia, inr «53 days and 6 hours. \- Sail Joan the weather «m line and good prevai ed. file British steamer Great •,!!!! was there last, from Tampa Bay. ' 1 !•(. geneml new s from California has been tr ;,.patedby your full despatch from New u >. with fliivires by the Daniel Webster. H ;. r. Urtnl Mciiaughey, a member of CW- . ... 10111 Indiana, died on t!:e Otii insU, at : a, of tliPf'Tonama fever. j , news ot Mr.Clay's death on its rrrepI'an iint,created the most profound xnen. I'he city was arrayed in mournmg ~«o weeks, and the funeral procession was nt would have done honor to ,\i'» Yoi*k . ; Iphia. - ..tel • Sall« r, of Philadelphia, d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 9 September 1852

1 HE DAILY DISPATCH THS FIRE if AMUU4»«*» L*.—The Ne# Oflean* papers of lh« l»t. received yesterday, contain brief accounts of the destructive fne in Alexandria. La. t on the 4th. ItJ originated in the crocerv .tore of D. Sullivan, first equate above the Courthouse,between 8 und 9 o'clock, and raged for several hour*, burning down the building* on the i*o front squares, the principal location of business, and those on the t»o squares in the rear ol them, mainly dwelling bouses. The less is estimated at $100,000. Mortality in New Orleans. —'I lie (olal number of deaths in New Oileans. for nine weeks ending Augufl 14.wa51580. Of these, 314 died of cholera, and 19" of fever. The Medical and Surgical Journal snys there is liitle likelihood of the yellow fever becoming epidemic this year. Fire ix Wheeliso. —O.i Thursday morriw ing last the root ol the large actory of the Wheeling Cotton .Mills «as. discovered to be on fire. The roof, and steeple and more than o.»?-hill the Ii ill atary, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 11 September 1852

V(){, 2--NO 2?2 K: PVILY DISPATCH a. COWARDIN, Proprietor. H. PI.KASAVI'H, Editor. , I ; THMS OF ADVERTISING. tr , ; rtionSO 50 | 1 square, 1 month 81 00 > •« iuse: tion* 075 I 1 do 2mon*b* 700 X, 3 do ICO I do 3 do 10 00 / 0 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 j " 2 weeks 275 | 1 do 1 year 30 00 *.gr r :r.aiuv. cstiocaare chargod at the same r.ii'.ylEfflti. "-»• . or •*** malte a I quart; longer fed n -.-.ts in exact proportion, and payable in adrW' . Inserted once a week.twice * ; v :; t rr.t s a week. will bo stargcd 50 1 ■ " ! ret insertion, and ,i7i ccoU tor each r r- ,i.e c. tio-i in«ertf4 cent*; Fu- *' ■ i cents ; Death*, without obituary or ~ «. WJ rents. V ,:i.v Dispatch" Is aerrod to subscribers . -.urter cents per tcttk, payable to the i ? Prica for ccaiLng, §4 a year In tilT Wiil libl lJl!-PATCn , . i every Friday miming, and mailed . a vrak. fo Clubs, for 85 tlxco- , t.iiit<'«n«cp:ea; for 815 twenty c 0.5 .5 ■ i-ntv-wvnn copies. J7 ■ ' ■ lUtliiiOAU. N OTI O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 11 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. ■■ . Thrcirculatloo or TO AD* m 1 k( that of tie msrATCHt.™*" f j^ chmond . —— madinm of advertising. MCHMOWP, VA.I Slorslngi Sept. 11, ISSH. ~*9* Prr*«n« abroad trom the city cai have the DinMteh tent to th«-m for any period of time they say deaire. by le»Tins their orders and paying the for the timenneclrted. Public Executions.—The propriety of public executions forms a subject which has given rise to much discussion—one side against and the other in favor of them. Nearly all of the States, through their Legislatures, at some period or other, have considered the subject; and while some have deemed it prudent to abolish public executions, others have thought it unwise to «Jo so. The subject was before the Legislature of Virginia, at its late session ; and after a long and animated debate in theJSenate, in which the question was considered in all its bearings, that body refused to make any change in the present law, and order capital punishment to be made in priv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 11 September 1852

the latest news. and Confession of Critty flie of JS'athan Crist, ihejyoung convicted at Mobile, off (he de- .' <rat P murder, at Eutaw citj, , a fellow traveller, named Tjnodore Nye, place on the 2d inet., in »he pretence cf j' n immense multitude. The Mobile Regiater pgl? • IV s»d details of the atrocious act for j., f hi hr suffered—of his arrest nt Cleveland, "y.i. I'v Marshal McGibbony, of Montgomery his'identification there by Mr. Roulston— . his srrital s>.nd trial here—are vivid in the emon of us all. His calm and confident fa - pa nor durinjt the trial—the evidence proliCe,l in his favor at it—and the constant as ..ierstions of innoCf nee, made many skeptics t , tothe verdict tnat doomed him to anignomi* is.irath. To all such—to all who consci--j.ously doubted the pnipriety of condrmna- , on circumstantial evidence—it must be in a great relict that in the morning he :t . a full confession of his guilt to the Rev. <Massey, of the Episcopal Ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 11 September 1852

TUB DAILY DISPATCH Awful Tkagedt.—Two brothers named Hiram ami Warren Francisco, following the occupation of clock peddling, agreed to meet at « public house in the vicinity o! Brownatown, on Friday last. One of the brothers reached the tavern ahn<tt 9 o'clock, and inquired if his brother bud arrived, snd was informed by the landlord that he had not. After eating his supper he called for a light, and asked to be shown to bed. The landlord informed him that he bad no candle* about the house, but if he would follow him, he would take him to bed. Francisco followed the landlord into a dark room, and undressed himself and retired to rest. The bed seemed to be wet, and having •otne matches about him, lie stiuck a lifiiit. -Upon examining the bed he found that it was wet with blood. Discovering a candle on a table near bv, he lit it, and, looking unoer the bed, saw the body of his brother, with his throat cut from ear to ear. and perfectly J» «* less. Fastening the door immedia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 September 1852

VOL 2--NO 273 the daily dispatch "jAS. A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. BI iiH B. PI„EA?»ANTJ*, Editor. CASH TERMS OK ADVERTISING, ltftiare, 1 insertion #0 50 1 1 square, 1 month $4 00 i do 2 insertions 075 i 1 do 2 months 700 { jo 3 do 100 1 do 3 do 10 00 1 jo 1 week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 1 do 2 weeks S 751 1 do 1 year 30 00 |y* Common cations are charged at the same j»\>»s advortist mrnts. rjr Ten It-ut or its* make • t quart; longer ad-ve-usements in exact proportion, and payable In advance fy Advertisements Inserted once a week,twice a wivk, or three times a week, will be .-.hargiid SO «ei" tor the first Insertion, and 37 J cents tor eactj fontinusiiee. gy Marriage notices Inserted for 25 centa; Fu>s~ai notices 2o cents ; Deaths, without obituary or fintfral invitation, 12i centa. The •• Daily Dispatch" Is served to subscribers at sir and a quarter rents per reek, payable to the asrrler weekly. Price for mailing, $4 a year in ad?anse. THE WEEKLY JDIBPATCH is publis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 September 1852

THE DAILY DISPATCH. •"of to AUVbKT IME heelreulatioo of is IH»»* Tl«*3 "J**? ot h P r Daily paper in the city of Richmond. to an,other as. n>dl'Jin at advertising. RICHMOND. Vl.i Momlny Morning, September 13, IMB. reruns abroad trom tbc c'ty c-' sent to them for ol nme they may desire, by lesvin* their orders and paying th caso for tbe THE DESTRUCTION OF THE REINDEER. Kay we not regard the burning of the Reindeer as prompted by a spirit of revenge implanted in ihe breast of some one whose feelings had 'been greatly wrought upon by the awful tragedy of which it had been the theatre] Te take rexenpe in such a manner is not reconcilable with law s human or divine ; but the feeling which might lead to such an act is a part of hutnan nature, and can only be governed and properly controlled by proper education and proper laws. Whatman, for instance, who had beheld the mangled and blistered bodies of the dead on the beach, and who had heard the cries of the agonized livine, coul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 September 1852

| THK LATEST NEWS. More Fishery Trovbtea. If jjgcroN. 10.—The corespondent of I Jl( Atlas write* that the commander of the | c ! iS ih cutter N< tley continues to annoy I ; .. [jean fishermen. On the 20th August, the | N ,: fV boarted the schr. Powlona, Captain 1 £ einf,ami Leader, Captain Hibbard, both I' l.ubec, between Cainpo Bella nnd Grand j , , n . where there was no fishing ground; 1,l j after searching the vessels. endorsed on * in-rn<c "found tinder suspicious circum ' The commander ol the Netlev told ' -iiainCoggins he observed lite Yankee pa- . stated thete would l>e no more trouble ; ','he fishing vessels. He would like to ~.hesaid, w here they got their inform*They would lind him doing in future, | ..«# he had always done. The above stateI «as obtained Irom Capt. Coggina. Vermont Election. F »ro*. Sept. 11 —Fairbanks, the Whig [ ...uh.ltteler <> 'vern.irol Vermont,is undottbt ~, U c-e.l I'v the people. His majority ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 13 September 1852

THR DAILY DISPATCH The Catactkophe ok the V. Afrß T. Railroad.—The Lynchburg Virginian gives the following particulars of the late catastrophe on the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, of which we have already published a telegraphic account: Painful Occurrence.—A most painful and distressing accident occurred yesterday morning on the Va. and Tennessee Railroad by which two lives were suddenly lost. The passenger train of cars had passed the Forest Depot, about a mile, when the boiler of the Locomotue "Lynchburg" burst, killing, instantly Mr. Wood, the Engineer, and Mr. Henry Long, Fireman. Mr. Wood was fiom Boston, and csme here about the time of opening the roatl. He has a family at the North and, on lost night, was to have left to bring them on. He was intelli Sent, sober, skilful in the discharge of his uties and coinmauded the fullest confidence of the managers of the road, as well as the respect of all who knew him. Mr. Lone is from Baltimore, but has resided here for eight or t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 September 1852

VOL 2--NO 274 J fHK DAILY DISPATCH | Tar Jl COWARDIN. Proprietor. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. J 50 I I square, Imonth «4 00 Wnassertions 075 1 do Smon'hs 700 ? , V do 100 I do 3 do 10 00 \ i week 1 751 1 do 6 do 16 00 \ rfn 0 weeks 8 751 1 do 1 ye«r 30 00 * l - ommu n:catloMaro charged at the aame ■ETm *.iv"ertis< men*. or If mak* a tfuart; longer adin exact proportion, and payable in ad "ri* Advert! fements Inserted once a week, twice ' or three time* a week. will be SO I. r she fi r,t insertion. and J7i cents tor each Marriage notice* Inserted for 25 cent*; FuM ~ n ' ; . r ,. s iri cents; Deaths, without obituary or (antral ii viiHtiiWi, 12j cents. ( Th? •• Daily Dispatch' is served to subscribers it rtz a-ia a {'t.arirr ctnts per week, payable to the * ni(>T «<" kiy. Price for mailing, $4 a year In adfSß«e. YUfi WKEKI.Y I?I»PATCH li pat.ish'-l every Friday morning, and mailed fjr ' C>K dollar a year. To Clubs, for $5 sixcoates f r ? ) thirtee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 September 1852

the daily dispatch. L rrTO ADVKKTlHKß*.~Thrcircol«ttaß otts« Dispatch U thsbb l*r««a* thai of any other Daily paper in the City of Kichnioad. 111* Uwrefore greatly superior *o any other u • of urir^rtWng. RICHMOND* VA.i Taeadny Morning September 14, ISJ2« cy Pereona abroad from the city car bave the Dupatch sent to them tor any period of time they Sdeaire, by leaving tbeir order* and paying the for the Ume«pectited. Woman's Right* Cosvewtio*.—' There i* fun going on in the world—fun, in the midst of calamities and horror* which have been so rife of late—fun, for tbe outsiders merely ; for the perpetrator* sit gravely like Roman Senator*, uprooting the very foundations of society, tumbling down the pillar* of civil government, and building up on the ruins thereof a new order of thing* ! And who, think you, dear reader, is doing all this f Why, the strapping women of the northern cities, to be sure ; the Amazons, the blue-stockings, the fierce Lucretia Motta and Harriet Huhts of New Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Dispatch — 14 September 1852

THE LATEST NEWS. "FCRTHKR B¥ THE ILLINOIS. The e-tenir»<" Illinois, with 120 passenger* end $1,370,000 in eolil has arrived. " The news from California is of no imporadvices, of the 31st ultimo, state that the English steamer Asia had arrived on ihe 1 Sth, from Peru, with a large amount of treasure. Among her passengers were I)»n Jose deO-ma, the Peruvian Minister to the 1 nited States, """1 S. l>. Crane, bearer of despatches to Washington. Gov. Ilerreta.of New Grenada, who came passenger in the Lima, had un interview with Flores on the wsy down, since when Herrera had received orders from Bogota to take chare? ol the forces of the Republic and hold hiiiiseli ready to march at a moment's notice- .... Win - S. Mi Knight, late of St. Louis, died at San Francisco on the 14th. .1 rriral cf the Sierra >'ratio—Peru defend• (he Guano Islands. ftj-w \ ukk, Sept. 12.—The steamer Sierra .Nevn!ihas arrived with 160 passengers and $150.1 !! 0 in gold. Among her ...

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